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UFreceives authorization to raise dorm ratesBy



KAREN MEYER students better and at the same time do it in
Alligator Staff Writer + the most economical way,
+
Hard TimesAt "I. am interested in asking questions
The Board of Regents authorized Mondayan beyond resident assistants and washing
increase in UFos housing rates if the UF linen" Marston said.
administration deems it
necessary.
THE ONLY POSSIBILITY IS !
the linen
UF originally requested an increase from UF '
service.Hennessey said adding it would cost
$5 to $20 a quarter for residence halls and
the students more to do it themselves.
from $5 to 12.50 a month for married
Sheets and towels laundered weekly are
housing units to help meet rising electricity
and utilities costs. $80,000 to $100.000 and that the number of paying about $5 a ,month more he said, with provided for $11.25 a quarter. Hennesseysaid
rrsident assistants be reduced. special adjustments for McGuire Village at a cost of about 12 cents a pound.To .
UF STUDENT,BODY PRESIDENT Steve UF DIRECTOR OF HOUSING James residents. have them laundered elsewhere would
Merryday and Director of Consumer Affairs Hennessey said "there is no way" housing can The proposed hikes amount to "about an cost students about 30 cents a pound.
Dan Lobeck suggested the increases mightnot manage without rental increases as the 8 per cent increase across the board, Hennessey said.
be necessary and other alternatives shouldbe current ,fiscal situation stands. Hennessey said. Lobeck requested the regents wait until
explored.. "But we're going to wait:' he added. The increases, to be effective July 1 for March before granting UF the authority to
Reducing "certain services not integral to "Things can change either way." married housing and fall quarter 1975 for increase rates.
dorms would cover the expenses," Merrydaysaid. Single student housing would increase dormitories, can wait right up to billing to be The regents instead amended the
about $20 a quarter airconditioned spaces effected, Hennesey said. authorization to include the stipulation that
He and Lobeck suggested the mandatorylinen and $10 quarter for non-air conditioned UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston said increases would be effected if the UF administration
service provided for dormitory residents spaces. Hennessey said. he would like to "look at the range of services determined it necessary after
could be eliminated at a savings of from MARRIED STUDENTS WOULD BE provided and see if there are ways to serve the examining all possibilities.




The Independent /
TUESDAY


Florida Alligator FEB. 4, 1974


67 NO., 74Regents :

Puolished by Campus Communications Inc., Gainesville Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida :

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slash budget by $78 millionBy




chases for current personnel.The one of them or some combination of all three
Alligator Staff Writer regents also recommended $8 million will have to be the result (of diminishing '
budgeted for operating capital be transferredto resources)," Harris said. )
The Board of Regents Monday approved a help pay for inflated utility costs. Since the regents rejected a plan to" '
strategy to cut S78 million from next year's SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz will presentthe eliminate freshmen at two universities Harris
State University System (SUS) budget. regents proposals to Lt. Gov. Jim said raising tuition or restricting class offerings
The reduction plan was in response to a Williams Wednesday. and further enlarging class-size were
request by Gov. Reubin Askew to reduce the ALTHOUGH the regents-approved plan the'only alternatives.
1975-1976 SUS budget to the 1974.1975 level. can reduce the SUS budget to this year's level THE REGENTS will consider proposals for $"" "
TilE 11-POINT PLAN included proposals state revenue for 1975.1976 is expected to be a tuition hike at a March 3 meeting in %
'to: five per cent below'1974-1975 appropriations. Tallahassee.In '
Eliminate faculty and staff salary increases Regent Marshall Harris estimated the other action the regents officially ap < -
totalling $30.7 million. university system will have, to cut an additional proved SUS plans for achieving a 3.3 per cent ti '
Eliminate $14 million budgeted tb $16 million from next year's budget.If reduction in this year's operating budget. "" 4 ".
offset added costs due to inflation. Harris' estimate is correct, the amended Mautz said the budget cuts can be accomplished
Reduce faculty positions by five per cent SUS budget for next year will be $94 million without layoffs of state employesas'
resulting in a class-size increase averaging five below the original amount requested by the previously feared. .
per cent or about 30 students per class. regents. THE 3.3 PER CENT reduction was applied, "
t Eliminate $11 million budgeted to HARRIS SAID he saw three possibilities evenly to all budgetary units, Mautz said.A ;
offset faculty workload increases. for accommodating further cuts in'state recent allocation of university system
Eliminate all new programs except the appropriations for the nine state universities; emergency savings giving UF $730.000. or 73
solar energy center and the Equal Employment larger classes and fewer class offerings, increased
Opportunity Plan. tuition or fewer students. MARSHALL HARRIS
Eliminate increased equipment pur "All three'alternatives are uppopular, but (See 'Budget, page four) estimates more cuts


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Cheating inquiry spreadsas



more students confess.



By STUART EMMRICHand confirmed that hearings or trials! were held
Monday but refused to comment on when the
DEBBIEBERT next ones would be. '
Alligator Staff Writers TilE FIRST UF !student convicted of
t' \ _ r F La \ cheating on the business college exams was
e Honor Court proceedings in the College of given three quarters suspension from UF by
Business, Administration cheating investigation the Honor Court Friday.
students adding their names to the list of Office of Student Services for action. Rob
confessors and a tight cloak of secrecy Denson UF director student conduct said
surrounding the Honor Court. he had not received the recommendation in
Honor Court Atty. Gen. Paul Marmish said the mail yet but added he expected it to come
Monday his office was still! taking confessions today.
hiresE.T.
photo by chip
declined how MOST OF THE Honor
but to say many he expected. Court operations
Marmish said no summary hearings were involving the cheating investigation has
York, chancellor/ designate of the State
scheduled Monday for students who have moved from the main Honor Court office to
University-System, and UF President Robert Q. Marston been implicated in the alleged widespread an office in the activities center on the third
had more than the usual Monday morning blahs cheating on business college final exams tall floor of the J.' Wayne .Reitz Union.
Blah' yesterday as the Board of Regents! slashed quarter. He added that some would probablybe Marmish said the move was made for
budgets all down the line. And then there was talk of held "later this week.

tuition. Plunk Fizz. ,Bobert Harris.: Honor Court chancellor. (See 'Cheating. page four)


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I _, : students abuse. food stampsBy I

Ford.'who is also scheduled to appear at the
30 conference
food prices as high as per
ALLAN GENGLER President'the power to set stamp
Smith flew into Atlanta shortly after he presented a $349 billion
income, according to Kenn
of
Alligator Wire Editor cent a person's net
Division of FamilyServices. dollar budget to Congress. His budget, if. approved in its
food administrator in the
ATLANTA W. of Health regional stamp
Casper Wineberger Secretary entirety, would leave the nation with a $52 billion deficit, the
Education and Welfare Monday termed student use,of the deficit
Wineberger said the food stamp "is a program largest peacetime ever.
federal food abusive.He program
stamp program abused, as in He said, "What has been proposed is an increase of 30
which I'm afraid has,been rather substantially per
was speaking at a White House conference on domestic, .
and economic affairs.WINEBERGER the case of college students and others whose need is not cent in the cost of food stamps which would stil1l leave the

said this is one of the reasons why the nearly as great as some of the people who are most in need." people who are receiving food stamps paying somewhere in
of the neighborhood of 17 per cent of their income for food.
REMARKS a two day
WINEBERGER'S came as part
administration is seeking to increase the cost'of food stampsby
30 cent. conference that attempted to explain, and convince the publicof "This is well below what those people not on food

He said per the measure could save the federal government up the need of President Ford's domestic and economic plans. stamps would have to pay," he said.
to $650 million.An "We do have a substantial number of abuses of the

amendment to the Food Stamp act of 1964 gave the program, for example the people who are increasing most
rapidly as beneficiaries of food stamps are college students.
[Tuesda/R t "College students are found to be eligible because state andlocal

Ford budget administrators Implement the program, look only at
Wir Editor the income of the college student, but not at his total family
income," Wineberger said.
is in Congress' capsule A regulation which went into effect Dec. 31, 1974 after

!being: approved by the Department of Agriculture bars college
students who receive more than half of their from
support
WASHINGTON (UPI) national product was 2.2 per
President Ford sent Congress cent.The Overseas food aid another household from receiving food stamps.

Monday a S349 billion budgetof budget calls for a $51.9

"honest self denial" which billion deficit and outlays of boosted $622 millionWASHINGTON Democrats act
calls for the biggest deficit in $349.4 billion in fiscal 1976

peacetime history and' which starts next July. (UPI) President Ford has approved a
This is increase of with dismay
predicts rising unemploymentand an only
$622 million boost in overseas food aid which will raise
inflation in 1975 and 11 per cent barely keeping shipments by more than 2 million tons, officials said Monday., I
1976. pace with inflation-over the The long-expected increase covers food aid spending in the WASHINGTON (UPI) defense spending would be
The forecasts were the $313.4 billion the governmentis current fiscal year which ends June 30.: It was disclosed in Congressional Democrats cut back substantially.
bleakest the administrationhas spending this year. figures made public simultaneously with Ford's budget for expressed dismay Mondayover Rep. Morris K. Udall, D-
issued. "The budget being sub- the fiscal year beginning July 1 1. the size of President Ariz., said the budget was "a
'My God, said Rep. Sam mitted here today" is a Agriculture Secretary Earl L Butz said the additional food Ford's projected budget bloated, saddening document
Gibbons, D-Fla. "It must compassionate one, Ford aid confirms U.S. intentions of supplying needy nations and deficit and the size of his ,replete with monumentally
said in remarks he deliveredas
mean that he is going to be a he the can be shipped without driving up} retail prices for Americans. proposed cutbacks in misplaced priorities reflecting
two-year President." signed budget "There has been some easing of wheat supplies," Butz said programs that benefit people. a sorry insensitivity to the
message and sent it to in a statement, "and we should be able to take care of ad- They said the defense needy the elderly, the
Ford forecast .
greater Congress.Ford ditional (food for peace) programs without any threat to budget was the only one disadvantaged."
economic stagnation this asked for
year approval domestic supplies." showing real growth in Ford's The Democrats called Ford
than last with national $17 billion in cutbacks and
callous to the effect inflation
proposalsand even con-
output dipping by 3.3 per cent said the deficits for the
servative Democrats and recession were having on
when increases due to inflation current and next fiscal
years
I predicted the increase in people.
are left out. Last would top $100 billion if I Newspapers closedSAIGON
year's drop in the gross Congress did not comply.

(UPI) The editions confiscated for Ford pushes Viet aid

Syria seeks talkSoviet Nguyen Van Thieu publishing a "political
peace government shut down indictment" of Thieu WASHINGTON (UPI) President Ford proposed today
five newspapers Mondayand issued by an opposition that Congress send a delegation to South Vietnam to judge for
Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko Monday announced the activist, the Rev. Ran Juu itself whether additional American aid is needed.
secured Syria's blessing for an immediate resumption of the jailing of at least 15 Thanh. Assistant Senate Democratic Leader Robert C. Byrd
Geneva Arab-Israeli conference as"the only guaranteed way"to publishers and newsmenit The Thieu Government reported l Ford's 'proposal after a White House meeting
lasting peace in the Middle East.Gromy'ko described as "un frequently confiscated between the President and Congressional leaders from both
then flew to Egypt which wants to give American derground Communist editions various papersin parties.

step-by-step peace efforts time to succeed before returning to cadres." the past but this was Byrd said Ford "apparently feels that if that step were
Geneva.A The five papers were the first time in the taken it might persuade Congress" to approve the $300
communique on Gromyko's talks with Syrian President among nine' Vietnamese president's eight years in million in additional aid Ford has proposed.
Hafez Assad called for the Geneva conference to meet before language dailies which office it revoked any Byrd said there was no immediate agreement on whether to
the end of February or early March and a full Soviet role in all had their Monday licenses.TUCKER'S adopt Ford's suggestion but he said resistance to further aid
phases of Middle East peacemaking. remained strong.



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Regents lift freeze ; tuition hike dueBy I



KAREN MEYER was recommended to be partially lifted by the popular" alternatives. Harris said increasing students taking fewer hours with the new per
Alligator Staff Writer regents' finance committee Jan. 23. tuition fees or increasing the studentteacherratio. credit hour tuition Mautz said.
The three-member committee at that time Other alternatives suggested for explorationwere
The Board of Regents voted Monday to lift suggested a moratorium, remain on entering "At what pointdo you reduce the quality :
the freeze on freshman admissions statewide, freshmen until a decision can be made at the. education if you keep adding numbers but no
and Service Fee :
contrary to its finance committee recom March ,3 board meeting. new dollars?" asked Harris. Shifting some Activity I
mendation last month. All enrollment applications will now be THE FINANCE COMMITTEE proposalto funds into matriculation funds or entrance
The Regents aslo voted to give no further accepted for spring quarter and beyond. study the possibility of eliminating lower tees which met with objections from the state
consideration to a proposal eliminating fresh. REGENT MARSHALL HARRIS said the division at FTU and USF stirred a con Council of Student Body Presidents
men and sophomores at the University of board's, action effectively eliminated any troversy that packed some 250 people into the Having the student bear 30 per cent of
Florida and Florida the total cost of his education to be accomplished
South
Technological possibility of cutting back freshmen Orlando regents meeting.The .
University, making a tuition hike a certainty enrollment at the regents next ,meeting in move would save approximately $1300 over an extended period of time;
Increasing tuition by 10 cent for both
tor reducing the budget. March per student, with a total budget reduction of per
THE FREEZE THAT halted admissions to Lifting the admission moratorium $3.2 million. graduate and undergraduate students.
Florida's nine state universities early January statewide leaves only two equally "un- Gainesville regent Jack McGriff cautionedthe The tuition issue was palced on the registerfor
public notice as being considered prior to
that four of Florida's nine state
regents
any decision to be made in March, in accordance
-- universities already have no lower divisions. '
with the Administrative ProceduresAct.
"THE BOARD,OF REGENTS has always '
(t.::, said there should be five four-year com
J' prehensiye universities, in the state," said REDUCING the number of out-of-state
:: McGriff. fee waivers was another possibility, Mautz
,:'ht Theyshould not be concentrated in the
f1.; ,"< north, but spread across the state, he added. said.With the change of legal age, students 18
: .;' State University System Chancellor Robert years of age or older can live in Florida one
Mautz said a tuition increase is a certainty, year while in school and become residents.
,v but how much :'is going to be hotly debated." Out-of-state fees have dropped from $5
1 AT LEAST a 50 cent per credit hour fee million to$1.5 million, with the number of
)k,; + a increase is necessary to compensate for waivers remaining the same, Mautz said. '.



i : UF cannot assure jobs

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a _4+ y for fired grant holders :

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: JANET PARK Apr
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,'". Alligator Staff Writer '

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}}h eE o f P Three professors and a design engineer from the UF N oq
Department of Speech who received notices of terminationlast
week cannot be guaranteed a faculty position next year,
f according to Dr. C.A. VanderWerf, dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences.Dr. .
Stephen Feinstein, Dr. Howard Rothman, Dr. William
Brown and Wayne Harrington were notified by VanderWerf
1 i: their contracts would be terminated as of August 31, 1975,
: with another year's contract possible.The .
four are under contract to UF until Aug. 31, 1975, but
r \v ? i the Board of Regents operating policy stipulates'they cannotbe
H: I %\ terminated without a year's notice.
THEY ARE PAID by research grants and not from state WAYNE HARRINGTON
funds, but if those grants end before August, 1976, UF must Systems design :
find state-funded faculty positions for them.
VanderWerf said he is "absolutely unable to guarantee"that
faculty positions will be found for the three professors.The .
design engineer is classified as an administrative and
professional employe, according to Dr. Robert Bryan, interim t. t
Y vice president for academic affairs.

.imwi 1.11 Bryan said Monday UF is obligated to pay these persons
even if their federal grant money runs out before'August,

,1976.
"STATE LINES(open positions with money in the budgetfor
salaries)must be found. We will find them piecemeal if we
have to, from people who have gone on sabbatical or are on
leave," Bryan said. .
Under Board of Regents operating policy, a year's notice of
termination is required if the,employe has been at UF more
than two years.Feinstein .
;Rothman and Harrington said they all have beenat
UF for more than the two-year requirement. Brown. refusedto
comment.
Feinstein and Rothman have non-teaching positions and DR. HOWARD ROTHMAN
are employed at UF as assistant professors. Their work includes t. speech
research and some supervision of graduate students,
they said.
z BROWN IS also, an assistant professor but he refused
comment on his duties.,
t
photo by John moranSingin' ti>
Harrington is an associate in systems design. He designs
the blues complex' equipment for the Communications Science
Lab. This ,equipment. which Harrington makes cheaply
|| Johnnie Hines is singing the blues In the plaza as will many students next from U.S., government surplus parts, is one of the main
II week when mid-terms hit. reasons why the National Institute of Health's sight' inspectionteams
UF
give high ratings.
The health institute is a principal source of the lab's grant

money.
The lab i is run completely on grant money. UF pays for only
Irish ess"ov contest .the l local: "phone"service, and the offices, located, i in the
opens basement of the Arts and Science Building.No .
explanation was given in the letter of termination from

For the first year the third annual Stephen of Irish culture. VanderWerf; under the regents operating policy, the four are
O'Connell Irish Studies Award, will only be The essay should be 18 typed pages in the entitled to write to ask the reasons they were terminated.
open to graduate students. Modern Language Association Style. They Three of the tour said they writing their letters
,DR. FEINSTEIN
....... ;.TheStOaawanl.ij. auardedonce:> year/o/,.tfWgW J>>taken to Little'Hall roOm 431 of 330'" M6c\day. Brown, the .fourth one terminated/-refused?''. STEPHEN. .speech
an outstanding essay written about any aspect by February 28. comment on any aspect of the situation.

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'E GgTas's"'recy.cling.truc.k: may- roll by MarchBy I

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truck will barrels loaded on a rented truck to transportthe
the
JANET TAYLOR Before the truck is used EAG plans to STREIT IS HOPEFUL that
Alligator Staff Writer partition it into three or tour sections to be in operation the 'last week of February.The glass.

separate different colors of glass. proposed pickup, system would have EAG RECEIVES $20 for each ton of glass
After two months of waiting,. the En- Streit said they have asked Elam P. Pat' the truck picking up )glass on campus on they take to Jacksonville. With the new truck
vironmental Action Group (EAG) this week terson, assistant professor in the College of weekday and in different parts of Gainesvilleon they will, b$ making.$120, an increase of $40

will get the truck that will be used to haul. Mechanical Engineeringt assist them in jhe the weekends. ,.over:!the'old ,system.- -.'
glass iin their glass recycling program. .renovation ,VN ;;. ."" .:,W* rf W i The cap Htr: ft the nevf truck\ 'ill.[be aiiout" :
EAG Director David Streit said, "1 thoughtwe PATTERSON SAID He could not give an six 'tons. EAG could only carry about tour Streit also pointed out that they would no
would have it two months ago, but the last exact cost for the renovation because he had tons of glass when they used the 55-gallon longer have to pay rent on the old truck.

I heard was we would have it by the end of this seen the truck only once but he estimated the
week." work will cost "a couple of hundred dollars."
STREIT EXPLAINED that the purchaseof Patterson said the actual work will be done Cheating I

the truck had been tied up in paperwork by til'/ ? mechanical, research laboratory.
because it had to clear through' Student Streit said the cost for the renovation will

Government, UF, the city of Gainesville and probably be covered by taking out a loan from ( ) activity money, decided to transfer $2,000< >
the state of Florida., SG and paying it back within 12 months.earned from page one from their $175.000 surplus, into ,Student

"security reasons.". Government's .special request fund for the
Honor Court.to use,in hiring the
The press and public are barred from the secretaries
two Honor Court offices now, and officials say for two months.
Budgetfrom only persons "on official Honor, Court :THE PROPOSAL passed over the objection

business" 'will be admitted.All of committee member Sue Cline who

,( page one) on the basis of enrollment figures. hearings and trials are held, in closed questioned the legality of the Honor Court's
EVEN WITH the $730,000 emergency sessions and the names of,the students are closed hearings.
per cent of the total was also approved over reallocation UF is still funded at a smaller being kept confidential.THE '"What about the rights of the students who

the objection of: Florida State University per, cent of need than FSU, Boutwell ,said. SCOPE OF the, investigation has didn't cheat and received lower grades," she
President Stanley Marshall. Regent Chester Ferguson said, "UF is not become so wide, according to Honor Court asked. "They won't find out anything from a
FSU received: nothing in the emergency receiving any favorable treatment." officials, that they do not expect to finish this closed hearing'other than, that they've been
allocation. Julius Parker, a regent from Tallahassee quarter, and are adding professional staff screwed over again."
"FSU WILL SUFFER, very severe hard- questioned the fairness of UF's large members, to handle the extra load. She said the committee, should use their
ships as a result of the' cutbacks. I am sure reallocation on the basis of 600 freshmen 'The Honor Court was granted $2,000 power to withhold money and "ask the Honor
more severe than the other universities in the admitted in "clear" violation of a regent. Monday night to hire two full-time Court to open the hearings to insure that due
system" Marshall said. imposed 2,900 freshmen enrollment limit. secretaries- one for the prosecution and one process is observed"

However SUS Vice Chancellor Ken Mautz said the 600 extra freshmen had for,the defense, to accurately record student Other committee members argued,
Boutwell said FSU was the only university to never been counted in any funding con .confessions. however, that the Board of Regents insists on
receive: more than 100 per cent of its funding siderations. The Activity and Service Fee Advisory keeping the names, of those involved con
needs before the most recent allocation.UF Neither would the extra students be Committee, which, makes recommendationsto fidential and.that any violations would resultin
,only received 98.2 per cent of what it counted next year'as sophomores, !autz said. the Student Senate on allocation of student an overturning of possible convictions.

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Florida Players ,offer ,';,

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timing of the Shrew'



By KAREN MEYER in time and space with Gi'een's concept of this
Alligator Staff Writer play within a play. Most cast members

"The taming school; what, Is there such a lind Shakespeare's long lines of 'iambic
place?" pentameter: much easier! to memorize .. yet
nAy mistress, and Pelruchio Is the master; requiring t rnuch more concentration on
That teacheth tricks eleven and twenty diction;! and making sense
long,' "It's like memorizing !song lyrics," says
To tame a shrew and charm her chattering Susannah Gilbert who plays the shrew's
tongue" sister,
When watching leading lady Leticia
So Shakespeare sets about, not only the Jaramille !stretch her breath to get out that
taming of the shrew but the training of UF last word of a 12 verse! line it's understandable -
actors, actresses and audiences in the art of
why one cast member calls it. a .
Shakespearean comedy.: .}
"very physical play. .
,.
The glitter and flamboyance of NOT ONLY is 1 ;
it vocally taxing but \. Jj
theatricality, the resonance of boasting voices ....'" '.'" ." "" \:"..",,> ..
energetically: equally avid. Servants and other ): ,.; .. rift": f -!-
and the acrobatics of court jesters and ser stock characters '' { f 1 ,
practice around, ;) M" "
running .
vants are a few elements of this production of falling down, even getting kicked, all in the \ ;i1 f11lJl4.'fi: ..;;j t 1. ." j
The Taming of the Shrew." name of precision. ; :', : ; >: ;J. t; '{ /.
WITH A SLIGHTLY different approach to "It's; all more theatrical, bigger gestures :f [ :. ,
the script director Dr Richard L. Green is livelier" said Jaramillo. : ';H.. .. ,!., ....,.fi \ :
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building an educational opportunity both for Theatrical than ; ;.. .. .. ... ., :/j/f/ 't:" : ?: < ; '
moreso other productionsof ifttt.. -
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performers and audiences. {,,i.;o.(. vf'v".,".. ,?1 :'.'\$ ...,ttI' ., ., .
"Shrew" because Green has chosen to do.
Shakespeare's works have, gained such a the show in its entirety.. FLYING FLORIDA PLAYERS 'photo by at w.hlbura
distinguished position in the literary world That is, it actually begins with a drunken
Kim Williams and Leticia Jaramillo portray Petrucclo and Kate, lead "Shrew"an
that people often forget they were written and bum and some lords who decide it would be a
played for the common people. great trick to dress him as a lord and tell him
"Despite the language and style,in which it he's been asleep 15 years. To entertain the actor playing a role and therefore has far bawdy than it was meant to do."
was written, it's still a play for people" new "lord," they arrange for a play to be put more freedom for "theatricality." Tickets are available free for students, and
observes the cook. Martin Teitel. on, "The Taming of the Shrew," It's not the classical "staged should be picked up in advance. The
DICTION, BREATH control, energy, Each of the actors in the Florida Players' Shakespearean type"thing. explained ser- production will be shown at the H.P. Con-
movement, rythm: .all integrated to precision production is acutely aware on stage that he is vant Steve Root. '"We're doing it even more stans Theater Feb. 1015.


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BURKHOLDER "Last lango' and "Night. Porter"" raised eyebrows and hotel one day over a decade later.
Alligator Staff WriterIt quickened pulses across Europe somehow the North At first she is repelled at the idea of sharing a roof with
Americans remained unapprised of the Cavani film's panting this personified past memory but gradually she comes to wish
is to. "The Night Porter'v"great misfortune' that its quality prior to its U.S. release-something which hadn't for a re-enactment of those times' exciting and uninhibited
advertising plumps for favorable comparison with Bernardo 'happened with the long-awaited, "Last Tango." perversion. Eventually both Max and this young woman.
Bertolucci's "Last Tango.: in Paris" So what one's left with is a seemingly porny-enough cashin Lucia (Charlotte Rampling), get together to submit to the
For the voyeurs in the movie-going audience, such a notion on one of the more financially and dramatically successful mutual-and writhing-carnality which seemed so much a
ought to be dismissed out of hand: Liliana Cavani's "Night motion pictures of this decade. In fact the sheer gall of part of their collective Nazidom existence.
Porter" takes only an "R" while "Tango" boasted an "X," mentioning this film's name in the same breath as Ber Soon Max's Nazi friends find out about the liaison which he
Therefore, by Motion Picture Association of America tolucci's ought to provoke some suspicion on the part of even and Lucia are sharing. Although she and Max swear that
standards this former flick can't be as "hot" as the latter. the unhippest movie patron. revelations to the authorities about Third Reich days are not
FURTHERMORE, "Night Porter" didn't carry the pre- HOWEVER for those ,of us who have viewed"The Night! forthcoming, the underground cell plots to break up the
release publicity that the Bertolucci movie did. While both Porter" the unfavorable comparison with the Bertolucci ,romance anyway "for purposes of security."
product does not end there. What Ms. Cavani has pur it is at this point that the viewer is introduced to the main
posefully created is a motion picture that looks and sounds thrust of conflict in the film: how to keep the bad old Nazis
Don Cooper at B&B like an imitation Bertolucci. The directing techniques, away from the protagonists' on-going revel.
editing !set lighting and cinematography here all reflect the YET BY this time the moviegoer is also aware of the film's
supervisory presence of a Bertolucci camp follower. main failing: unlike the romantic twosomes in "Tango" and
What grates onus more than anything else, though, is the "Conformist" the duet of principals here haven't strong
slavish method in which director Cavani and fellow screen personalities. Max and Lucia are weak, vacillating, and
writer, halo Moscati, attempt to cross major plot and buffeted by outside forces instead of being driven to(more than
character elements of "Tango" and another Bertolucci film, purely sexual) action by their own innate complexities of
"The Conformist" (which dealt with the 1930's ascendancyof character. They therefore so completely come to share the
European fascism). pleasure in their sensual amorality that their beings becomemere
The resulting hybrid is a bastardized mishmash of kinkysex extensions of their sexual libidos and defensive reactors
practices Naziism and moral degeneracy which is impaled against the now-aggressive Nazis.
upon the capricious characters of the film's two The one thing that Cavani and Moscati! forgot to take from _
principals. Bertolucci was his willful and independently spirited
RZs MAX (DIRK BOGARDE), an ex-SS "physician" and characters, which were the essential strengths of his "Tango"and
photographer in a Third Reich concentration camp Is, by "Conformist." Cavani and Moscati's opting for
1951, situated as the night porter of an antiquated Viennese psychologically debilitated principals ultimately contributesto
hotel. lie looks after the hotel denizens, some of whom include little but the dilution of the film's overall Impact
pederast studs effeminate closet ballerinas and pasty- CERTAIN OTHER Bertolucci hallmarks are herewith in
faced aging! courtesans. Max unhappy in this vocation evidence,.though, as we noted earlier: brooding chiaroscuro
yearns forthe glory-filled 1940's days and to this end his Nazi cinematography halflit interiors, and bittersweet background
underground 'contacts are seeking his admittance?into: an music (a mix between Georges Delerue's nostalgic: "Con
ODESSA-type organization of unreconstructed Hitlerphiles.There formist" and Gato Barbieri's Jazzy "Tango" scores) are
:t1 is ,one hitch (naturally) and..tblw.f.9.n eir, .,!jjie utilized rather extensively These at least make for. some
*. ;if I,. .,;!;v.jI possibilityhaftnot\ all of Max tormeron wntVatibn' camp aesthetically pleasing visual and aural images.
.,. victims may be dead. Somebody says Nazi contact Klaus, Nonetheless, our advice to those who contemplate seeing
\ may still be alive who could file against Max and subsequentlyindict this film is to stay.home, save your $2.50 admission fee. and
Don Cooper an extraordinarily tine tolk5in er. will be at the rest of the movement. wait until the end of the quarter,when you can attend a Union
the Beef and Bottle tonight through SAturday. for free! This one person, so it turns out.is the girl with whom: Max showing of "Last Tango in Paris"'for a nominal price. For
Cooper is known fn the folk circles for his .\vivid. .lyrical I, had an affair while in the camp. An Inmate who enjoyed being most of us it should prove.better to view the vaunted parent
focus..Thls'.shouki. "toI'ftuy +dodi4""*."' ..L r' ;y" ." MfteSWJetfotMamafo't1'' bf t''ai31's'ezkit'k's'tirdreed'fehalio.\ flint again than.spend an occasion watching one of its highly !
.knife lashings and the like) she just happens to appear at the imperfect offspring. "tThe

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EVER NOTICE

HEE-NEE..WATCH TN15 I f\ t HOWUPnSKTTHE, < '
BUSINESS I MAJOBS
BrotherhoodHonor ,? i. <
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Court Chancellor Robert Harris is an O
alumnus of Tau Epsilcn Phi (TEP) fraternity.And .

thus, through the mist of secrecy
surrounding it, can be seen some clue to the form
justice could take in the Honor Court's investigation
of alleged cheating in the UF College of

Business Administration.At .
least nine members of TEP were among the

30 students initially subpoenaed by the Honor v

Court in its investigation.And .
for what it's worth, we pass on what
Chancellor Harris told us yesterday:
"I can tell you that I will be sitting in the cases
of some TEPs."

Harris was one of the judges sitting in the case
last Friday of the first UF student convicted in the

cheating scandal. The court recommended to the
a t
Student Conduct Committee the student be

suspended from school for three quarters.
Asked whether the student convicted Friday wasa

member of TEP, Harris declined comment.We On parenthood and societyYou're I
think it improper for Harris to sit in

judgment of students who are brothers in his old

fraternity.But .
the real point, of course, is that as long as shopping in a department store. You notice a
the trials are closed to the public, we will never woman with two children, one of whom tries to grab JANIS MARAWhy
know if Harris is sitting in cases he shouldn't be something. The mother slaps his hand.
because of conflict of interest. THE BOY bursts into hysterical tears and the mother yells,
of the "Shut up!" not have them today?
There's always hope that some students
How would you react to this? Would you think, "What a ANOTHER unfair expectation is that mothers must take
charged will demand an open trial, which is terrible mother," and feel sorry for the kids? That was alwaysmy sole responsibility for the children. For instance: I saw a tall,
guaranteed under the Student Body Constitution.Until reaction. But my outlook has changed quite a bit since strapping man walking with a woman the other day. She
then, is there still time to pledge TEP? I've started spending time with children. carried an infant, a large shoulder purse, and a diaper box.
Here's an example: Sallie a friend of mine, and her two- He carried nothing.Of .
year-old daughter Joan accompanied me to a restaurant one course, this drew no disapproving stares from passersby.If .
night. the situation were reversed, the man would probably
After we ordered, the waitress brought a high chair for receive smiles of approval; the woman might receive puzzled
Joan. When Sallie attempted to install her in the chair, Joan looks.It .
InjusticeIn released an ungodly shriek that penetrated every corner of the would be far more constructive if fathers were en-
restaurant. Everyone in the restaurant turned and stared as couraged to participate: in parenthood. After all, children
Joan screamed, kicked and hammered her fists on the high need fathers as well as mothers. And it's unfair to put the
chair. entire burden on the woman's shoulders.
what has to be a classic example of mass- "JOAN, please don't be so upset." MOTHERS are constantly expected to perform accordingto ::
" condemnation, U.S. Secretary of Health, At this point, what were our options? To get up and leave others' expectations, and criticized if they do not. A friendof
without eating dinner? To take Joanie out of the high chair, mine was babysitting a two-year-old and brought her to
Education and Welfare Casper Wineberger did a thus showing her she could get her way anytime by raising a class.
grave injustice to over 60,000 American college fuss? To sit there and ignore her, hoping. she would quiet As Sallie, Joan's mother, describes it: "Society says you
students yesterday. down eventually? must control your children. When you're in public and they
Speaking at a' conference on domestic and We chose the third option,since we were starving. We were begin to fuss,you're afraid they'll throw a fit and you won't be
economic affairs in Atlanta Wineberger indiscriminately rewarded with fifteen minutes of tears and banshee shrieks able to control them. The children sense this and manipulateit.
these students from Joan, accompanied with stares and whispers of They demand things, knowing you'll give in out of fear."
passed judgment on
disapproval from the waitresses and other customers.No RETURNING to the scene in the restaurant: It's true the
when he said the Federal Food Stamp program is doubt many of these people thought, "What a rotten other diners were disturbed by Joan's screaming. But what
being "substantially" abused by college students mother! If she can't control her kid, she should stay home!" did they accomplish by their angry 'stares? They certainly
whose need is not as great as others. PROBLEMS like this begin not with the mother or the didn't hush the child. Why penalize the mother for
Disregarding the fact that the food stamp children, but the treatment society gives them. It seems something she obviously can't prevent?
is the responsibility of the Department of unfair to exclude: someone from eating in a restaurant, or People keep putting a trip over on mothers. They're a little
program going to the store, or leaving the house at all simply becauseshe nicer to a father "After all what's a man to do with a
Agriculture and presumably outside his own is caring for a child. child?" But if you're the kids' mother it's "Do something!"
sphere of expertise, Wineberger's intent was to During World War, Two, department stores had nursery In Sallie's words: "Both the parents are human beings witha
push President Ford's proposal to raise the cost of areas with attendants. Mothers could shop without being small human being to deal with. Because one is the'weakersex
the food stamps thereby trimming some "un distracted by the kids or having to pay for a babysitter. ,' she is supposed to be superhuman."

deserving" elements off the rolls. r
Apparently Wineberger shares the vision of

many Federal and state government officials these The Independent ,David Smith T.rYf Wood'
days of students driving up to food stamp offices in Editor-In-chlef Managing Editor

sports cars so they can spend the money sentthemby Florida Alligator
their indulgent parents on pot and booze.
We wonder how many of the 15,000 students all Qmctict1ft
David laeln Canna Brian Jones
who make up one third of Alachua Counties food EJI Brugman
N.ws Editor Layout Editor Layout Editor
stamp rolls would fit into this vision.
With the cost of a college education R.A."Tony"Kendzior. .... ., ,... .. .. .....,.... .... ..,.. ...." ......General Manager
shooting up James V.Cook .,;.. !.....,. ..." ... .,.... ". ,.." ,.,.., ..Assistant General Manager Published by
more than seven per cent in the last year,'and with Mrs. Ev.lyn Best. . ... ...:. .., .....,.,.., ,, ,,, ... ,...1...Administrative. Assistant
the soaring costs of other incidentals like rent, Anne Malphurs ..,... ,..., ...'.'.. .... ..,. ,, ,.,.., ,.... ,., .,.....,. ,Bookkeeper Campus Communications, Inc.
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believe that college students are all that Ray McGee Jr. .1. ..f t<,..,.. ....::i........, I." ..'f..'. .i. ... .r t.Advertising Manager Station. Gainesville, Florida with
needlessly abusive of the system. ,DonnaLubrano .. ..., .. .i......., ..i.,..,.. .,., .., :.,.Advertising Coordinator offices behind, the College Inri
We Mr. Wineberger confine himself to key Harper ,. . .". ,,...,.I .I,.t., ,. ... .. .., ,... ..Special; Sections Coordinator 1728 W.st University Avenue.
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I Marston making extraordinary commitment I

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Last week UF President Roben Q.
Marston virtually "If we can help we will he said. "But I think it would be
guaranteed no UF personnel would be laid off and no stretching it to say positively that IFAS and the health center T SIIRODER
commitments to graduate students would be broken." can totally solve the problem." TOM
THAT IS an extraordinary commitment. 'IT IS., ..
difficult to believe Marston would make such a
For the fast few weeks a seemingly insoluble deficit, of 'dramatic omnitment"unless he was absolutely certain he L ANALYSISperspective
nearly $1 million in UF's general education (E&G) budget could make good on it.

had been threatening the jobs of service personnel and the On the other hand, it seems doubtful Stetson would must differ from that of Stetson.
futures of graduate students. purposely misrepresent his ability to help in a crisis situation. E'& G managed to "save" $1.2 million by eliminating
The uncertainties of the situation were beginning to take a What does seem likely is that Stetson did not realize how purchase of books and equipment. .
toll on the morale of the UF community.Then tar Marston is prepared to go into UF's two relatively healthy ,Another "saving" of about $400,000 was realized by cutting
Wednesday, in a dramatic public statement, Marston
budgets.
operating expenditures to the point where as one dean
reported he had received the necessary power to assure job This year IFAS and the health center.lllust return to the described it,. "it is no longer reasonable to expect to have
security and Tullfill all educational responsibilities. state more than $2.3 million in unspent salary allocations. paper on which to print a tinal exam."
MARSTON said the university system granted him the ONCE THAT amount is repaid E&G. will receive sixty Will IFAS and the health center look on similar. actions in
power to transfer savings from, the J. Hillis Miller Health percent of any further salary savings. their own budgets as "savings?"
Center and the Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences However Dr; Robert Mautz, Chancellor of the State IF MARSTON finds it necessary to exact suchsacrificesfromUF's
((1FAS) to UF's troubled E&G budget. University System, said last month he did not believe there two smaller budgets to save E & G will they feel unfairly
Enough funds can be transferred to assure the eliminationof would be any further savings. By the time they pay back the used?
the E&G deficit, Marston said. state they will not have any savings left, Mautz said. The question is now out of their hands regardless of the cost
The.next day Dr. Chandler A. Stetson vice president for Unlike salary money, savings in operating capital and to normal operation in IFAS and the health center, Marston
health affairs and the health center official closest to the expense money in IFAS and the health center can be transferred cannot afford to fail in his promise.If .
budget negotiations expressed surprise at Marston's op directly to E & G. he does UF and its president may never regain a semblance
timism. It is in this category of potential savings that Marston's of credibility.


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.. ,, *t Gainesville's street people gives too much anyone else. I find their physical appearance
.
," :. I pomp and prestige to the urchin life. I find it offensive, their attitudes obnoxious, and their
'. difficult to give so much credit to individualswith philosophies shallow.:
; such hypocritical philosophies. I marvelat One of their biggest rebellions appears to
their idea of"complete independence", for be against personal hygiene. I find it im-
f fI Ii actually they are totally dependent upon possible to relate to someone who wallows in
I others to fulfill their wants and needs. his own filth and cannot respect someone who
.: ; One who relies on sponging and spare- does not respect himself.
changing to survive is hardly a completely What a pity it is that I, with all my inbred
\ independent person. Insomuch as theirs is a ignorance and loneliness, should be deprivedof
hM "lifestyle of discovery and identity", how such a life! Think I'll quit school and start
much can one discover or identify with at the cruising the dumpsters (surely my act will
stoat M RUT isr H MWON( 0NI1Ic.t or A 1UlCCH11rYI'VIEWPOINTS bottom of a dumpster? I will agree that their come together then) and, to think, all that free
lifestyle is movement for when they get food! Far out.
kicked out of practically every place they go, Hey man, spare drumstick?
they have no choice but to move on.
I seriously doubt that Gainesville's street Nancy Regar ((4AS)



: ,,..' A few corrections I
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EDITOR While it may not seem by some wage increase. At any rate, the library's OPS
.
r. standards very sensible for me to dispute funds were ,not decreased, as many other
:,: > statements made by a strong defender of the units' were.
; University Library, I think that it would be It was suggested by a news article the other
I -I .'\ best for all concerned if some misin- day that an additional $115,000 was being
.
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: I terpretations in Ms. Ella Kay Carl's letter demanded from the University Library.
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"" "Helping the library", were modified. Unfortunately this sort of information can be
'" .'" She objects to the "elimination of new book misinterpreted and I think it was at this time.

purchases cancellation of magazine subscriptions Actually, it was suggested by the Budget
.I. .", "
I, and decreasing hours of operationso Committee who looked at the fiscal records

.., drastically, ," Let me comment.On that this amount of money might possibly be
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: .:',' December 3rd we agreed with the Vice cut from the library budget. -
..... .. President to discontinue' placing any new After our presentation of facts to "the ad
: ?" I : t ', orders for books until 1 July. This means that ministration", the request was modified
-' approximately $62,000 out of $700,000 will downward greatly because it was feared that
not ,be spent. the academic value of the library would indeed -
No magazine subscriptions have been be damaged.
cancelled. While any reduction in funds to the
The hours of operation of the libraries have University Library certainly has an effect on
only been decreased by the elimination of present service and future collections it is my
Friday evening service, 7.10 p.m., in opinion that these reductions in the library
Engineering and AFA, which were very budget for this one year will not be disastrous.But .
sparsely populated then anyway. This was it must not happen a second year!
partially necessitated by the fact that the
legislature failed to increase our OPS funds, G.A. Harrer
while we had to cope with another minimum Director of Libraries


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I Florida Alligator EDITORi In reply to students who, ,may tee) "business ethics" is con May I suggest that
"Cheating Reflects on "cheated" by their own fellow tradictory to our goals. students' call attention and
DougPiol Ron CunnlnghomA Business Ethics I disagree !Students? t)\\u."ntt,..' )M 'rot !jl 1 |r dp_not defend the actionsof uri<1 the faculty i to",take: more
Eptoripinm.nt!Editor.'f .'".,: :' .odd t.Editor'',*.evM: with Mr. Truesdell's In addition there are other those who were involved in "drastic" security'measures.'In : .
.:,.. ," '{. ," statement. : "It is typical that reasons: ((1)I) This "cheating the "cheating ring"" but I do addition, we may also be
.t e ; .t' George( Kochoniec' Jr. this massive ring of cheatingat ring" represents only a hope you and other studentsare more alert in reference to
Photo Editor UF occurred in the minority 'of business school just in judging other unfair practices and op-
Business Department." Has it students. : ((2)) There are many fellow students. Perhaps portunists who may try to
Greg Ferrer Mindl'Kwmon not occurred toOU (Mr. '..vJI,.\rho 1 study.and! ..pre.'!he? r.e"' there is something we can all have their own selfish ways.
. SRgrts..EditQr.._. .... ....A st.Newt U$Or- a's': TruesdYin *that i"t nef e"are"honest because we want to learn: and learn from these recent Emma Maria Sordo
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I', Mass Seating Facility Ideas SoughtWith



/ sity does not plan a "highly visible
the expressed hope that all Committee Proposes 3 Buildings; campaign" for the mass seating facility.

interested parties submit any ideas they He pointed out, however, that there has
might,have, President Robert Marstonhas Four Sites Being Considered been "significant interest" shown by the
released a preliminary report of an
student body, alumni, the Board of
ad hoc committee on a mass seating
Regents, the Legislature as a whole and
14 to 2. A theater for the performing arts that
facility.The 1. A coliseum seating 16,000
the local
of
members legislation delega-
report of the nine-member student- spectators and including a basketball would be acoustically and esthetically .
tion in particular.Dr.
faculty committee, chaired by Associate court; an indoor banded track or suitable for both voice and instrument Marston also said that there has
and would seat 2,400
Affairs Ken- for intramural facilities presentations
Vice-President for Health provisions one; ; been considerable discussion that the
neth F. Finger, recommends the con- offices, classrooms, laboratories and patrons.
might desire to bolster
state legislature
struction of three separate facilities other related facilities for the College of 3. A natatorium to provide for the
physically located in close proximity: to Physical Education, Health and Recrea- instructional, recreational and athletic the economy through construction and
that"sometime in the future this need
needs of the student body. The pool (a
each other: tion, and provisions for seating and
physical arrangements suitable for thebuilding's should be Olympic sized with a separate mass seating facility) will be met"Because
use for convocations, assem- diving tank. The building should be of these reasons, Dr. Marston
Departmental of seating to 2,500 spectatorsand said, "There is a need to move fairly
blies, popular music concerts,speeches, capable up
etc. The building would also contain include office facilities for swim- rapidly.We must work toward a Univer-
dressing rooms for both men and women ming coaches and dressing facilities for sity-wide position on program and location
Chairperson'sStatus and for visiting teams and office and both men's and women's swimming and before it comes down to a fixed
other support space for the basketball teams. decision let" large numbers express
staff. Dr.Marston explained that the UniverEl themselves.
DefinedDepartmental s The committee report contained four
possible locations being considered by
chairpersons in Flor- iv s'' the Division of Planning and Analysis:
ida's universities are "managerial em- 1. Fleming Field- said to be desirable
ployees" and if they hold membership in J&g Produced by the Division of Information & Public because of closeness to other facilities,
aliens Services to communicate official notice & nearby parking, closeness to main
a union it must be "inactive, the Board
ff Important information to students faculty staff
campus, high visibility, minimum dis
of Regents staff has reaffirmed.In Tit the University of Florida.
a Jan. 23 letter to the University of placement of other facilities, excellentsite
North Florida circulated to all universi- topography but undesirable because
ties, Dr. George C. Bedell, SUS directorof PRESIDENT'S SCHOLARSScholarly site may be too small, displaces some
personnel and faculty relations, called athletic facilities and proximity to Uni-
attention to a Dec. 20 memorandum to versity Avenue may cause traffic prob-
the Council of Presidents by Chancellor PapersBy lems.
Robert Mautz pointing out the status of 2. Drill Field- Said to be desirable for
chairpersons. same reasons as Fleming Field, in
Bedell's letter stated that all chair- addition to its large size but undesirable
persons are "expected to cease and Faculty SoughtFaculty because it is heavily used for other .
desist from all organizational activitieson purposes such as football practice,
behalf of faculty unions. Until such are being asked to submit scholarly papers to the newly-established stadium parking, intramural sports, etc.
time as PERC decides to the contrary, University of Florida Faculty Forum as part of the first annual search for and building services extension costs
chairpersons are managerial emplo- President's Scholars.Six scholars will be chosen and each will receive a$200 prize. would be higher.
yees." The scholarly papers should be written for oral delivery, taking no longer than 3. South of Drill Field, including space
The letter states that chairpersons one hour and should be, with suitable modification (references, etc.),publishable. now occupied by Van Fleet HallDesirable -
"may not hold union office, work on Guidelines for the papers stress that they "avoid popularization" but "be for same reasons as drill field but
union committees, circulate authorization significant to those in other fields," approach the subject through several undesirable because of the necessity to
cards, urge faculty members to vote disciplines, or focus on a specific subject with an eye towards its potential remove existing facilities.
for collective bargaining, or store and significance to other areas of academic inquiry.The 4. Site of Flavet Villages now being
disseminate union materials from the coordinators of the University Faculty Forum, which.was established by vacated- Desirable because adequatesize
departmental office. By accepting and President Robert Marston in mid-January< as an "ongoing opportunity for but undesirable because of remote-
occupying a managerial position, (de- scholarly colloquy," are Professors Sheldon Isenberg and Sidney Homan. Papersare ness from other facilities, parking and
partment chairpersons) have relin- to be submitted by May 16 to Dr. Homan, 104 Bldg. D or Dr. Isenberg, 368 main campus; poor site topography for
quished the right actively to assist union JWRU. large facility; building services exten-
t organizing activities." The Faculty Forum, composed of all interested faculty, will meet six times sion may be costly; would displace
b In transmitting the letter to deans, during the 1975-76 academic year to hear each of the six chosen papers read. heavily used parking area, and less
,directors and department chairmen, Papers will be submitted to a panel of judges, selected from a cross-section of the visibility.The ,
Gene Hemp, interim assistant vice- campus's most distinguished scholars. committee has recommended
president for academic affairs, said the The following faculty were asked by President Marston to serve as judges for the "serious consideration" be given to the
letter"has been interpreted to include all first year: Alma Altizer, Humanities; George Davis, Animal Science and south of drill field site.
organizations currently involved in col- Sponsored Research; Irving Goffman, Economics; Molly Harrower, Clincial The committee estimated that inter-
lective bargaining activities." Psychology; Meyer Maskin, Psychiatry; Howard Odum, Environmental collegiate athletics would require ap-
In another letter to the Council of Sciences; Walter Probert, Law; Richard Reynolds, Medicine; James Schaub, proximately 20 per cent of the available
Presidents, Chancellor Mautz has directed Civil Engineering; R.Taylor Scott,Religion,Alex Smith, Physics and Astronomy; time in the coliseum-type structure.The .
an examination'of "the functions and Aubrey Williams, English. committee also pointed out that
performed by assistant and associate Questions regarding the papers may be phoned to Dr. Homan, 392-1580 or Dr. the Division of Continuing Education has
chairpersons and all academic directors, Isenberg, 392.1625.International. need for a facility to house its programs,
including directors of institutes and but except for large plenary sessions that
centers, to determine if any of them could be accommodated in the coliseum-
should be treated as exceptions to type structure, the Division's needs
Regents policy." Students Number 1,413There would be better met by construction of a
separate building:
are 1,413 international studentsat Salvador, 7; Ethiopia, 8;; Finland, 3; The committee also pointed out the
the University of Florida this aca- France, 10; West Germany, 8; Ghana, 4; community's need for exhibition hall
Campus Bus Schedule demic year, from 80 different countries Greece, 8; Guatemala, 8; Guyana, 3; space to house conventions, trade shows
ranging from Antigua to Zaire.In Haiti, 3; Honduras, 3; Hong Kong, 20; and community activities.A .
Alterations MadeDue announcing the 1974-75 international India, 79; Indonesia, 3; Iran, 51; Iraq, 2; total cost of up to $20 million was
student census, Assistant Dean for Israel, 8; Italy, 1; Ivory Coast, 1; estimated. The report did not deal with
to increase in ridership, changes Student Services and International Stu- Jamaica, 17; Japan, 14; Jordan, 4; methods of financing. The Board of
have been made in the campus bus dent Center Director Robert Elting noted Korea, 12; Kuwait, 3; Lebanon, 15; Regents has included in its capital outlay
schedule, according to the Office of that 622 of the students are Resident Liberia, 3; Libya, 1; Malawi, 2; Malaysia asking mass seating facilities for each of
Traffic and Parking.The Aliens,. most of whom are of Cuban 15; Mexico, 11; Mozambique, 1; the nine state universities.In .
bus previously scheduled to leave origin. Nepal, 1; Netherlands, 4; Nicaragua, 5; addition to Chairman Finger, other
Maguire Village at 7:45: a.m., will now' With the exception of the Resident Nigeria, 11; Norway 2; Pakistan, 17; members of the committee were students
leave at 7:40: a.m. This will enable ridersto Aliens, each of the countries representedon Palestine, 1; Panama, 5; Peru, 11; Lori Caldwell, David Cardwell, and
reach the main campus area IIi time to campus is shown below. (The figure Phillipines, 4; Poland, 5; Portugal, 2; Steven Merryday; faculty members
arrive at class and work stations by 8 Antigua, 1; Argentina, 1; Australia, 6; Romania, 1; Sierra Leone, 2; South Manning Dauer, Don McGlothlIn and
a.m. Bahamas, 5; Bangladesh, 6; Belize, 1; Africa,2; Spain,3; Sudan, 3; Sweden, 2; William Wagner, and administrators
An additional back-up bus has also Bolivia, 1; Brazil, 39; British Honduras, Switzerland, 7; Syria, 6; Tanzania, 2* William Elmore and;; Ray Graves.
been added to the Tanglewood-Cin City 7; Cameroon, 2; Cambodia, 1; Canada, Thailand, 22; Turkey, ,,7; United King- Persons desiring to submit ideas
route from 3:30: to 5:30 p.m.An additionalbus 16; Chile, 4; China (Taiwan), 84; dom, 5; United Arab Republic, 11; should do so to member of the
was added to that route's morning Colombia, 23; Costa Rica, 7; Denmark, Venezuela, 55; Vietnam, 33; Yugoslavia, committee or directly any to President
schedule last month. 1; Dominican Republic; Ecuador, 12; 1; and Zaire, 4. Marston.


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The Career Planning and Placement Center schedules employment interviews for plain their business. 1975-style, to stu-
companies recruiting on campus.Students should sign up for Interviews at least one day dents in related fields.
By in advance in Room G-22 of Reitz Union.Employers visiting campus Feb. 5-11 are Guest speakers include Ramon G. h
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UF SenateInternational Wednesday-Arthur Andersen & Co., General Electric Co., R.H. Macy Co., Peat manager of Marsteller Inc. 'advertising
Marwick Mitchell & Co., and Procter & Gamble Co. will be interviewing on campus. agency in New York, and William F.
Thursday-Hartford Insurance Group and Union Carbide Corp. will be interviewing. Noonan, vice president and general
Women's Year((1975)) has General Electric, Peat Marwick Mitchell, and Procter & Gamble will continue their manager of Burson-Marsteller public
been declared by adoption of a resolutionby recruiting. relations agency.

the UF Senate. Friday-Union Carbide concludes its interviews.Also recruiting students will be Allied Political Theatre
The resolution states in part: Chemical Corp., Southeast Banking Corp., Wheelabrator-Frye, Inc.,. and Atlantic
Mark Amitin, coordinator of the Uni-
"Women throughout the world are Richfield Co.Mondaythe.
versal Theatre Movement Repertory in
making great progress in alleviating Army Material Command, Carolina Eastman Co., the Ceco Corp., Naval "- .
New York will speak "PoliticalTheatre"
on
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discrimination against their sex and,yet, Ordnance Station,Pratt&:Whitney Aircraft,U.S. Patent Office,and Arthur Young&Co.
at 8 Thursday in McCartyHall
face an arduous struggle to dismantle will be talking to students about jobs. p.m.
Auditorium. He also will conduct a
barriers in employment, housing, credit, Next Tuesday-Chicago Bridge &: Iron Co., Coopers & Lybrand, Hewlett-Packard Co.,
and class
honors acting
high workshop an
and a wide range of other social and legal St. Regis Paper Co., the U.S.A.E. Waterways Experiment Station, and Westinghouse for the Department of Theatre.
issues. Electric Corp. will interview. Pratt & Whitney will conclude their interviews.
"The leaders of the women's move- Games Tournament

ment,battling those who still embrace an 500 Switch from UF Plan A three-day Intercollegiate.Regional
outdated concept of the role of women in Games Tournament at Reitz Union
national and international life, have begins at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Competitors -
To State Health InsuranceApproximately
organized groups to accelerate the drive from more than 30 colleges in
toward full and equal rights and will not Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi -
yield until these rights are won in fact as 509 employees changed physician's fees and a more attractive will test their skills in chess (Rooms
well as in law. from the University of Florida Blue < plan for major medical expenses. She 346 and 347)), bridge (Rooms 361, 362 and
"Women at the University of Florida Cross Blue Shield insurance plan to the said that the state plan should offer 363)) and table tennis, snooker, pocket
have striven to achieve full and equal state plan before the no-medical-report additional benefits in the future. billiards, three-cushion billiards and
rights for women in Gainesville." deadline in November.This Persons desiring to transfer to the bowling (games area).
leaves approximately 2,400 em- state group must now fill out a medical Winners in some events of the Associa-
ployees in the UF plan, says Mary Ann report and have it approved. This can be tion of College Unions International
ACCENT Seeking Green fringe benefits director of the accomplished by telephoning 392-1225 or tournament will be eligible to compete in
Office of Personnel Relations. Approx- going to room 323A HUB. more advanced eliminations.
Student Workers imately 3,800 UF employees are now
enrolled in the state plan. Mrs. Green Arts, Sciences Valdes Lecture

ACCENT UF's event-planning organ- said that a large number of employeeswho The Cuban Student Federation will
ization,is taking student applications for elected to remain with the UF plan Seeks TeacherOf sponsor a lecture by authoreducatorNelson r,
spring quarter participation in Room 305 are paid from other personnel services Valdes at 7:30 p.m. Friday in
of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. (OPS) funds and not eligible to switch to Year NomineesThe Room 105B'Architecture and Fine Arts.
ACCENT will have a complete changeover the state plan. Dr. Valdes will speak on "Peoples'
in personnel at the end of this The UF plan for family coverage costs College of Arts and Sciences Power in Cuba."
quarter.Student volunteers should apply $13.43 bi-weekly, as of December 1 whenan Student Council is beginning its search
before February 17 for Jobs in areas of increase went into effect. The state for the 1974-75 Teacher of the Year from Architecture Exhibit

publicity, speakers or personnel. plan costs$14.41 bi-weekly with the state that college. Undergraduate and graduate architecture .
contributing an additional $4.99. Any student may nominate a faculty students will exhibit structural
Mrs. Green said that the state plan member within the College by filling out models, graphics photographs, videotapes
offers considerably higher benefits for and submitting the proper forms. Spon- and other projects from 9 a.m. to 4
Tallahassee, Jax, Tampa sorship packets and information are p.m.Wednesday through Friday in Room
Travel available at 103 Anderson Hall. This 110 in Architecture and Fine Arts
Pooh' Pushed Medical' Education week only, sponsorship packets will also Building C. The public is welcome.
be available at tables set up outside the Board members of
Faculty and staff who are traveling to the Florida -Association -
and from Tallahassee and the Jackson- Lecture ThursdayDr. main entrance to Anderson Hall. ,American Institute of Architects,
ville and Tampa airports are reminded No deadline has been set for nomina- also will see the exhibition during a .
that the Office.of Traffic and Parking A. McGehee Harvey physician-in- tions, but the Arts and Sciences Student scheduled meeting at the University on
keeps a travel log on others going to those chief emeritus and distinguished service Council hopes to reach a decision by the Thursday and Friday.
areas. professor of medicine at the Johns middle of Spring quarter. Faculty are Photography Show
Travelers going to those areas should Hopkins Hospital, will present a public judged on written recommendations by
contact Traffic and at 3922241as lecture, "Medical Education: How Did students letters of recommendationfrom An exhibtion of Les Krims'surrealistic
Parking
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Teaching
soan: as the date of a trip is known. In We Get Here and Where Are We Going open
this way trips be combined saving at 12:15: p.m. Thursday in Room Ci-17 of performance in class by the Teacher Gallery Wednesday for.one-month stay.
can ,
fuel and funds. the Health Center.Dr. Excellence Committee of the Student The 40-photo show was assembled by the
Harvey's talk, sponsored by the Council. Visual Studies Workshop in,Rochester,
Department of Medicine,will explore the The Teacher of the Year will be N.Y. The Gallery in Architecture and
DISSERTATJONDEADLINE impact of historical events on the honored at a dinner given in June, along Fine Arts Building C, is open from a.m.
revolution in medical education in the with other Teachers of the Year selected to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. weekdays.
Monday early 20th century; examine present from the various colleges on campus. The 10th annual Art Faculty Exhibitionat
for first February 10, is the deadline and practices In medical education stemmingfrom Questions regarding the Arts and University Gallery will continue until
all related submission of dissertations that revolution; and possible Sciences Teacher of the Year search may Feb. 13. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. 'to 5
Thesis
materials to the medical be directed to Eddie Council and 1 to 5
Section of changes resulting in, future Sawyer, p.m. Monday through Friday
the Graduate School in Room
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Nikon F with F T N meter Coll David 373.2224 k..p trying. (o-IOl- lifetime opportunity only' $995 9566 (o-2t.74-p) $80 mo. quiet 2nd (ft I Terry 377.)1$9 las
must sacrifice. $220 or best offer 66-p)) see at safari Bultoco 125 1972 $300 robert 8 track month 4 $40 dep', (b.51.71.p) H W, nr. sr. S .
toll' 377.4436 (A.10T-65-P) 1973 Honda 350 Excellent Condition, campground in olocrtuo (o-5t-70-p, )' recorder $100 chevy 1964 run'great Fern roommate needed at Place Ap
with helmet Call David 373-2224 k..p 1973 mobile home 12 x 60 2 bedrooms $300 polaroid cp II $20 Birtaln, 10 spied Own bdrm $97 4- '. ut Luxury opt. Walk
trying! (o.1ft.66-p) central air + heat fully furnished! $1200 alloy $100 373-8167 (o-3i.74-p) to Uf Cal,I'Virginia' 392.7612 or.378.6363or
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com by No 116 (b 5t 71 )
1968 Ponhoc large nation wagon ArWFM equity &assume notes of 75 77 month or Super Efficient 61C Formula 4 s eok.rsPerfec' p
radio factory air healer luggage rock mok. offer Janet 373-2064 (o-7t.70-p( ) condition, only 8 month old. Windrneadows unfurnished. apartment 2
power leering tape deck automatic leaving must tell STA 80 stereo Upgrade your system with these qllo"'y'peak.rs 6ft ? bath, carpet drapes AC patiO pool PORTER
super clean $750 378-5934 (o-5l-70-p) "receiver, 80 w output.' 2 speakers + save money $265 373-7231 tennis, courts by Feb Call 373.9896 or 371 .
233W. Unv) Av.. 377-3013 Sear ten-speed "Freeipint" with lock Optimus, Ib headphone, 4 months ed ((0.31.7"p) 3558/ (b.5t 71 p) 1a
end chain. two months old 170.00 3425- ask $290 call Hung 378.3471 or 392.9045 BSA motorcycle '69 650 Fast and
LAST 204 SW. 2nd Ave 373-6118 (o-St-TO-p( ) ((0.5t.71.p) dependable transportation $500 Also BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGE!'" 7)10 lt40
NIGHTSLEEPER A Sanyo 8 track 2 or 4 channel with 220 v electric baseboard heater$10 Jim Now it the time to start looking for that
speaker Excellent Condition Asking, 95 377-4158' ((0-41-74) ,ideal horn for spring or fall qtr. W.
dollars or best offer Need Money! Call AKC registered, german sheperd puppl.S have many listings avail for then a s C cal
2:05: 4140 377-6316 ((0.21.73.p) 3 males 8 weeks old wormed by vet hod small deposit can hold It for you. Call
N w 53,4 trti 50uuv.5o 515151 ".w 7:05: h351NALT Refrigerators 35.00. Dining table 6 shots $100 call 373-9587 after 5 pm ((0' today 377-6992
cahirs Water skis, 1500 Double beds 4i74piFive )) ter N. W t175 If. 111
at 7:30: & 9:30: Dt NEY'STECHNICOLOR" carpets 15 00 up mlsc, gloss top table ph .ipeed m.n' bike txcellent.
377-9835, 2 streets behind, Bowling olley condition $70 with chain, lock Call 372-
1-6 weekdays 9.5 Sat,. closed Sunday 7956 evenings (o-3t-7Z-p! ) With This Coupon
Dealer ((0.31-73-p)

BLAZINGSADDLES Irish setter puppies' AKC registered- FOR RENTWANT 1 FREE DRINK
Canadian stock idols, wormed --
Priced reasonably to sell Gregory 377. TO MOVE? Tonight at
5325 or 472-3050 (a-5t.73- )
: <" p If you desire to move from your present
: Pt1NAVIlOs 1974 Suzuki GT 380 only 2700 miles location we can rent sublet It or find, youa The Connection
excellent A-l) condition call Scott at 392- roommate immediately at NO COST.
8383 osking $1000 I (a-5t-74-p) Call "oday"Unlled !!
LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER IllS ,15
IO 4:35N for sale 120 bass accordion serentlno Real Estate Assoc. Inc. .
model 113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 (b-fr-55-c) GOOD FEB. 4 1975 It
w I7M stun w23.4.0ulevARO exc condo $eo. call vinny 462- ,
STARTS 6t10 $:00 $s$0liii 3409 evenings, (o-3t-74-p) Opt to sublease,available feb 24 close to NO PASSES SORRY OR .
campus, 2 bdr, pool, 172 mo 378-8336 now playing *
DISCOUNT-TICKETS 4
LEWISJ.w.lryCompony after 5 pm. (II 10T-67) RUBY WINTERS THIS ATTRACTION. JI
NO LEASE NO LAST MONTH 2 bedroom .
3500 SW 13th St.
4444 * 41
TOMORROW furnished units from $135 per month; '
CLASS RINGS include water, sewage, garbage pickup r
DIAMONDSWATCH pest-control and yard core Prairie, '
REPAIRS View, Mobile Village 378-4411 or 373-
7:30 ft 9:30 3284 b-20t-69p
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200 W. University Av.. "THE FAMILY"
R 372-4106, female roommate wonted to thare roomin
a two bedroom apt oak forest apt*.
S76.U a month Immediate occupancy STARRING
call 377.5381 (b-5i-70-p)
.. CHARLES BRONSON
HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY Eight mile to
campus Pet OK 0300 + 1-3 util! Call TELLY SAVALAS
fTARTIflti TODflY 373.2766 (b-5t-70-p) I

ROOMMATE. WANTED sublet a 4 bdrm
opt oc pool shag cdrpel. across from SHOWS ,1
-* Tlgert $93 mo. contact the place office. FREE
opt. 160. (b-5t-7Q.p) 9& 11 y

No deposit no 1 lease house on lake Santo &rr
Fe need one to share with $100 mo, utit
incld quiet carpet dishwsr porch yard at tfie RAT ,
don 468-1063 376-2688 (b-St-TO-p) TONIGHT
YOU MAY NOW ORDER Immediate Occupancy 3 bedroom apt
central heat and air, with pool 215 per
month call 373-2209 or 373-3464 (b-5t-
I 70-p( )>> _
YOUR CLASS RING
$20 weeklll Rent by week or month this
rustic 2 Br home. No least, kitchen
equipped, children 4 pels O.KII located
minutes from the CIty. Ideal for student
AT THE
or couple. Better hurry on this one!"I
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Open 9am-8pm 377-6992
2 Br, $140 Walk to campusll Brand new
CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE exclusive listing. This spacious opt.:with
heat, air fully equipped kitchen won't
lost long. P.ts OK I .((13013))
Open 9om-8pm 377-6992
3 Br House $1 SO. Walk or bike to
campus from this fantastic location
1st TUESDAYOF Children t pets 0 K. ((1303))
Open 9am-8pm 377-6992
Fireplace- 3 Bdr, 2 bath with heat air,
den carpets,& dropes. pets welcome ,,
EACH MONTH ((1308))
Open 9onv8pm 377-6992
183 month "- utilities, pd. Cozy apt with
fully equipped kitchen No lease Ideal
for students or coupled ((11275))
United Real Estate Assoc. i
113 NE 16 Ave.
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rear VA & Shands cent air, heat, dish
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utilities call ran after 10pm $80.00.mo

WILL BE AT OUR MAIN STORE Fern 392-0772 roomote(b-4t.73-p.needed) at village opts

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i FEM f).E ROOMMATES wonted torpoolide' GOlD 4 SILVER Top prices paid for ckv MENI' WOMEN I
Quarter Apt 56.25 + '/ rings, old JOBS ON SHIPS'' No EXPERIENCED
",.nch lewelry etc confident, : TYPIST: Fast. dependableRAtes
co experience t a376.4446THERE'S
utlloll" eoth. toll 373.9155 (b.5174-p: ; One 373.389*(c.5.53cl( ) Worldwide travel required Excellent' pay negotiable Term papers. resumesetc .:f ... AiL i1 ;' .J' tA : j .
-- Perfect' summer (lob Coll Phyllis 372-6767 (m.3tsp.
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Room (tot rent Hawaiian Village Apt Umale roomate country gardens near or career Send $3 00 'for information p : INFORMATION

No ,ISO Own Room t bath $64. 00 p. campus and ihondi call( debb after 6 SEAFAX, Dept.10 PO Box 2049 Port SLEEPY HOLLOW Horse Form featurinG' .

,tooth nf rniihtd 70-75. furnishes. p m m'ih any turns other*,i 379 8571 Angeles. Washington 98362 (d t-6t'.71,p) the finest, professional Instruction, A the
coll 372 2369 (b 21Mf ( best ,
immediot i open Ic.51.71.p) boarding facilities Its beautiful 373-

) 'female roomate wanted $55 STONE GROUND 100 percent BREAD & 1059 466-3224 (m.IOt-66.p)
+ (
NOIf IN NOWt) female roommate utilities, very short walk to .3 COOKIES fresh from the oven with love Basic Advanced Scuba Classes
compui call Starling
shore I bedrm opt nflotofwood from MOM 604 '
37..552.
needed to r fc St 72 p) nw 13 st 378.522. new Underwater
$95 month + wl'l Pool, low prices ((1.51.73.pl| ) Starting' 'Sates Photography Classes TWO DAYS ONLY
Coll 373-5094 otter 5, (b.2t.74- liberal Roommate' Mole or Female service rental air, trips MORE'
toble tit own Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild
.ar. In 2 br. opt OC, pool, bbc russio berlin, london want to !travel foul Kingdom FREE EAR-PIERCING
.
IL! dote to T V.) Aliens Aquatic t Trail Center 3448 ajLTO SEE WTHCABLlTV!
weeks
Room for lent near campus Reasonable SW eompvs 16th $8250 per mo. + Mull., 948 fellow students foreign' study W_Unlv 3739233 (m.fr.72-t) ( fc Ear.piercing with purchase of
CoIl Mork Of 379.2065 before 10 pm (bImp Ave 372.1019 (rc.5t.72.pJ) leauueJuly $1350 carl marilyn 378.7104. .(1000 24k.gold earrings
2-7'.p1 I need a place to live and lei my Joyce 373.3287 after 5 (|.5t.70,p)) i French. Spanish; Italian, tutoring children C All ear piercing done by
up adults, B A. French
furnished, air conditioned' darVroom. Prefer room in house or Term Papers) Canada largest Service {4.5 experienced trained specialist
. I 2 BR, opt hr Exp 'also in 'tech,
iron-
For
lot, close Working profetnonol! Call Mike 377. catalogue send$2 to: Essay Services, dating leg ""'fJ. Norvaalergenlc. '
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spacious very 3774877Xm St 71 )
comhorn$135$ o month, $30 deposit 1452 keep trying, please (c.3t.74,p) 57 Spodma, Avenue Suite 208, Toronto, DRY p DON'T MISS ITI
,
M On. TORTUGAS! for
Mellow, Canada Also, spring break diving' t. TV Channels,
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377-0049 (Jb- -74- gentle, together campus representatives weather
(KM not necessary person' shore and
house. own mm. bike, 'to campus Must required. Please write (|.35l.70-. from camping trip Fly by seaplane channel, UPI News, New York .
Pi = Pi) Key West March 21.25 Ot' 25.29 All .
-close to furnished, ; really dig' dogs and mutic $68 mo. + '. scuba Stock Exchange, 2 FM stations on .
sublet campus
opt.to ulil, Stu or Suson 378-6964 Ponchos, equipment provided Explore TV Channels, and 9 FM and 4 AM "w."s ,
5t 71
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Call 373-01H. 54 pm 2 bedroom $140mrt p) Packs frames, Fort Jefferson $115 with certification
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stations on the FM band.UNIVHtSITY
Tents
. ,, AC (b.2.73-9)! )_ I or 2 female roomates' for 2 bedroom 2 Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes, White l $150 includes full scuba course 2 East University Ave.

shore two bedroom, bath turn apt ot Country Gardens $60 Slog, Speedo Bathing Suits' Join Univ. toll Scuba Dynamics 373.5069 (m.St.71- CITY 376 892
malt roommate
+ I. utilities, Hiking Club Aliens pI>
mo 3777309 (t 7l. 71p) Aquatic t Trail
two both trailer clamor gardens 87 SOVt Center 3448 W. TEUVISION CABLE CO. INC
+ ul.lit.es. 376-0906 (b.5t.72.f) cJ) Univ. 373.9233 (j.fr-72-. Experienced typist' will type term papers, 122 N. MAIN ST. TUESDAY, FEB.', 1-S:10 p.m.
HELP WANTEDlicensed ,thesis" or d,ssertation. Fast'.A accurate WEDNESDAY, FEB.SSPECIAL
,one room for rent, including all utilities.' Are you a woman who believes, in the service at' reasonable. roles Call 373
good loeolintion for more information, real estate salesperson for equality of'the sexes if so I would 'like to 8923 (m.$1.71.pl) ----------
drop'by 108 nw 13 St or toll 376-9252. notional company Quarannted meet you I am a mole 'transfer student '
salary
Oil for donold Q3t72-p) N Y. DIVE THE BAHAMAS SPRING BREAK
+ commission' Call Cory or SUSIe 377- who loves to dance and totally 1 .1
6973 (E5T-6V-C) believes in people 'liberation. Call unlimited air 3 meals o day-a bunk all ,
Include lot Jeff (
2 br trail' $135 mo rent 378.3683 d( .3t.72- for $140 for 5 glorious' days mar 24-28 for ;
|100 deposit Coll Keith or Susan Of 372- p) more Info ph John Appelboom 392-4755 -THIS WEEK ONLY

7032 alter 5 pm located In Mobile City AUTOS Quality leatherwork never wears out (M.5T-65.PI -
Pets OKI I ,
il always wears in. At MoSanOu we' GRE PREPARATION Course In Your 8-track _
1973 CORVETTE COUPE fully equipped specialize in custom leatherwork Gainesville 18 hrs., $3Scourse

WANTED block leather ml excellent condition purses o belts o coats o jackets o so repeatable free Call ((305)) 854.7466. car tape player S 2. 9 5
$6995 firm 372-0248 after 5 pm (g.St.70Pj )- ndali o travel bogs If It con be made of (M-I'T-69.P) *
t or 2 roommates to rent other rm In :2 ) leather, we can make it' to suit you. cleaned & lubricated.
bdrm birthed opt $60 mo if willing to MaSanDu, 1131 W. University, Ave Self Realization, Assistance A personalrap ,
open
73 Vega GT Hatchback Air Automatic on spiritual evolvement aided
share or $95 mo for own rm + split I0am-6pm Monday thru Saturday, your
27000 miles Excellent' Condition $1 WO by by your astrology chart Dennis 377-4159
utilities, + deposit' Butler Cdn 3780129Jim appointment Sundays t evenings, 373 SOUND DOCTORSBehind
Reason: Going West. and I need a Van
female roomate needed to shore (o.5'.".P) To the Tory blonde playing pool at Gator COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Need a Sound City In front of Shoppe One>
Village Pork apartment 52.25 o month typewriter, calculator, ditto machine?
and % utilities' Coil Porn or Shelly after 69 Ford Galore 500, air all power, Groom Sun at, 2. The bearded gentleman' Or a phone from which you can call? 1251 NW 4th Ave.
4003739293 (c,4t,ir-p) automatic 2 dr V8 better 'than Avg you kept smiling at would like to meet' These and lots more are available in 321 ,
condition for less than avg retail"I bluebook you at Igmpliter' wed 930 (|j.21.7.pl) Norman Hall, (m-lOt 70-c) 377.8913r
molt roommate wanted to share 2 bdm Astrology Charts d,kki-O
$1075 00 asking $95000 call 372 by | more than 20
basic math, calculus,
avail' feb 15. located Tutoring in
opt in country of detailed,
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garden opts $58 month + Yak util call complete pattern of life, 'talents chemistry, biochemistry, physics, and Independent Florida Alligator
377 9642 (c.St.70).p) LLOYD'S CORVETTE PlACE We buy and and future 378-0649 (your|.it.74,p) biology Coll Don at 377-4158 (m 5t 73P I
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LOAN IUV Sill I'M 01, blow waving for the ,in look Vt 05055 (MI5T-63P) I for .rent 5
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Umv Ave. 377 2643 Q( SOt 53 p) WIRED FOR SIGHT .
"The Eyeglass Super Mart" I help wanted :: I

Wedding invitations $II .0 per 100, lost descented Skunk 26th St UNIVERSITY.OPTICIANS nubs
business, cords $9 95, rubber stomps, and University' Reward vicinity Please help us '300 SW 4th Ave 378-4480 I personal Q I
magnetic' s find our Friend Thanks Call 377-8281 (I I-
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Study in Priming 1103 N Mom, (UR.58.C) 51.70.p) r Nnli.a -. I

Guadalajara, MexicoThe ARATE LESSONS Pair, ot Wrens sunglasses found Swn Jan
Small classes $20 per man 26, on Vurphree Courts Call to identify, i I
GUADALAJARA SUMMER 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th Si) Mon thru 373.2594 |II.SI.70.pl t )

SCHOOL, a fully accredited UNI, Sot even, 7 to 9 3787131) (20T-60-P) DAn TO Rita [
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will, offer June 30 to August 9. COED facial hair, removed per 'oil calculator while hitchhiking, ,thur
tnthropology, education, folk monently Coll Edmund Dwyer night ton't afford new one and eed I'day I
lore geography, histOr electrologitt over 20 years eipenence desperately for engineering studies, UU 2 days
mem' 'language and literature.Tuition Call 372.8039 (fj.FR-6I.CI) REWARD call 377.95U ((1 I.St.71.p) 3 10
day. percent 9-
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Goy women get-together />ep M Thur Found 1974 Mist, Stale Graduation
room with 4 dogs discountS
Mexican S245
family 107 N W. 15th T.rr For ,info Coll Jean Ring Call Edward McDonald ot 378-1321) Ci"
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university of Arizona, Tucson, If are pregnant ond need help. we 20 percent discount
Arizona 85721,, core you Coll Birthright, 377.4947 (\J.2.T. lost briar, pipe with black stem r
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POB. 14, Tuesday, February 4,197S




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By JEFF TUDEEN injuries, so Moore and Howard Twilley took
Alligator Sports Writer over the two starting spots. '
"It took a lot of pressure off not having j '
Nat Moore, lounging sleepy-eyed in his them in the:! lineup," Moore said. t r' '4'i m a 4DAr ;?
Gainesville apartment one morning, spoke Pressure or not. Moore was quite a
modestly of his success at snagging Bob replacement.. Just three games into the
Griese passes as a Miami Dolphin rookie. !season, Moore was awarded the game ball
Moore is back at UFo finishing up his B.A. after his TD catch ignited Miami to a 21. ,, ?t r v
degree in Physical Education. He'll graduatein point fourth quarter spurt against San Diego. t-j
June, in time to rest before joining the WHEN WARFIELD recovered, there was ,
Dolphin camp for season No. 2. no doubt either Moore or Twilley would haveto 4i
SEASON NO. was a great one for Moore, go down to second team.
h f' Bowl lor the first time in four years. He I started alongside Warfield. It gave me more
caught 37 passes' for 605 yards which placed confidence. It meant they thought I could do
him fourth in the American Football .Con the job as a rookie," Moore said.
ference in pass reception yardage. And this Even Dolphin veterans were impressed.The .
was after Nat !spent his two seasons at UF in name "Nat Moore" \became a household
the Gator backfield. word in describing Dolphin success. One of AT UF, NAT MOORE WAS GATORS "MAIN MAN"
AT UF ONLY occasionally did he sprintout the most often repeated quotes came near proved to be similar with NFL Dolphins .
of the backfield to catch a pass. mid-season. The Dolphins were showing first
Why the success? signs of looking their old selves when "As a back, 1 was used to getting hit hard, the Year ,award, captured hands down by
MOORE plays down the "natural ability linebacker Nick Buoniconti said something to to having people all over me," he said. Green Bay's Don Woods. Moore couldn't
line." He emphasized the "great teaching" of the effect that if the team voted then, Nat Moore roomed with Warfield on the road. muster a single vote.
two veteran Miami receivers. One's Paul Moore would have been most valuable player. He says Paul and Briscoe grew to be his "I was angered at first, probably because I .
Warfield the other Marlin Briscoe. He says MORE JUST said: "I know a lot of my closest friends. !got a lot of phone calls from writers asking me
they are responsible for "90 per cent of the teammates gave me good PR good quotes "ON TOP OF ALL the help in practice, how close I thought the vote would be between
teaching 1 got." and all. I'm honored. But, honestly, I was they would take me out and show me all the Don Woods and I 1.1 1 never thought I'd get
"It was a series of luck and a couple of just happy they accepted me as a teammate," spots when we were on the road. 1 plan ongoing the award, but I guess I expected something,"
breaks that gave me the chance to show what Nat specialized last season in the improbable up to Ohio to visit Paul and his familyin he said.
1 could do," Moore said. catch-the pressure catch, often on February," he says. There's one .thing, though, that he can
THE BIGGEST of these was early in the third down with defensive backs all over him. Moore chuckles now at a subject he says expect for sure- plenty of playing. time as a
season. Warfield and Briscoe went down with He said playing halfback at UF helped a lot. has really bothered him -the NFL Rookie of Miami Dolphin.
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'Dogs 107104Guard 1 By PAT McGRATH Bishop, who aside from might, for the next six The major area of work is
Alligator Sports Writer coaching one of the nation's weeks or so, be spotted in and around the large lake
finest golf teams capably around the golf course that fronts the green on the
Bruno Caldwell Caldwell made good on the Clear the path! Here comes serves the University Golf sporting a construction par three eighth hole and
sank two crucial foul shots one and one attempt and foreman Bishop! Club as resident pro course hardhat. crosses the fairway on the par
with 15 seconds remaining upped the UF lead to four UF's multi-hatted golf superintendent, tournament LAST WEEK, major three second. Here is a
in double overtime helpingthe points. coach has again dug into his director, and advising reconstruction of several rundown of the face-changing
Gators( to a thrilling The Bulldogs came back cap supply and surprised the counselor to his golfers 'or areas of the course got un operation:
107.104 victory over the with a basket but a world by donning another anybody else who confrontshim der way under Bisjiop's The' existing tees on
Mississippi St. Bulldogs Mississippi St. technical heretofore unknown chapeau. with a problem.In watchful eye. holes number two and
last night. foul which Caldwell
eighteen are being recon
Don Bostic put UF out capitalized on, Iced the
in front 104-102 I with 30 Gator victory. GatorstakeFlaglerplayed structed.NEW TEES are being

seconds to go before The game was hotly ., built on the second (bothladies'
contested throughout and and regular), third,
at the end of regulation, UF's women's basketballteam the Miami-Dade-South so well and deservedthe ninth, and eighteenth holes.
the Gators found them. took first place in the clincher 5.3 guard Bazart had victory" Both the upper and
selves in their second Flagler Invitational Sunday 13 points Chambers had 12 The Lady Gators see action lower tees on the eighth hole
consecutive overtime by defeating Miami-Dade and Brownlee, Kathy Wagnerand again next Saturday againstthe will be reconstructed and, in
game. Community College South 69- Emma Garcey all scored University of South addition, a three-tiered tee
Bulldog Rich Knarr hita 44. 10. Brownlee was 71 per cent Florida in Alligator Alley 'At will be fashioned. Also, a new
jumper at the buzzer to Sunday morning the Lady from the field. 10 a.m. ladies' tee will be built closeto
send the game Into the Gators had dealt FSU a 67.46 The Gators were cold the water. "I( don't want to
first overtime period but defeat to make it into the during the first half of the lose my girls" Bishop
after five minutes the score evening's championshipround. \ictory game with a halftime chuckled.
was tied once again at 9494. -. score of 42.14 Florida. The Greens on holes one,
THE GATOR CAGERShad second half looked as if it two, and eight are being
Mississippi St. forward begun the three-day would be more of the same reconstructed..
Jerry Jenkins led all tournament Friday night until 5-5 forward Emma EACH OF the tees' and
scorers with 37 points winning over Miami-Dade Gracey started to score. greens are in close proximityto
GENE SHY while Gene Shy paced the ,North by a whopping 7241. BROWNLEE, PLAYINGher the lake which itself is
,leading Gator scorer Gators with 26. Saturday morning, the second ,year with the being cleaned and graded.
women beat the University of Florida cagers, had been A The dirt that is dredged from
Miami 5845. but suffered benched by a foot injury until the lake is being used to
INTRAMURALSToday their first and only loss from Friday. The North Carolinianhit manufacture the tees, which
Flagler ,College 83.60 100 per cent from the free shows that the wily Bishop
is the deadline for signing up for Men's Dormitory Saturday nigh( throw line for the entire could also wear the hat of an
Bowling. Law School Basketball, and Sorority Flag Football. Against FSU 5.11 forward. tournament. economist.
Wednesday is sign-up deadline for Open League Basketball. center Sue Chambers led the Lady Gator Coach Paula Ronnie Garl of Lakeland,
Lady Gators with 19 points, Welch was speechless. She ex-UF
Open League is a separate independent league to varsity an golfer whom Bishop
open yank .
and 5-6 forward Suzi had been suffering From >! "
orjbrmer varsity players and those individuals who wish to termed 'a big Gator, ,is the
compete in a higher competitive league Contact the IM Brownlee scored 16 hitting 58' (laryngitis! since Friday, but no contour architect for the
.r 'office 229 Fla. Gym, 392-0581. per cent from the field. one could mistake the victory course. Together with Garl,
Teammate Val Bazarte was in smile. Bishop hopes to rebuild and-
;w Gill Rud rn1a president of the UF Rugby Club, said double figure with 10 points. "It is absolutely I terrific" or add new, tees and greens on
rugby practice will be changed from Norman Field to Lake Bazarte Jilt 83 per cent from Welch hispered. > as she SUZI BROWNLEE every hole during the next five
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I Women in u roar but cove rag adequate J

okay women, let us. as they say, put all of the cards on the more years .. 2,000.
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table.Girls, you say that deep burning feeling inside you comes is THE AMERICAN BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION (ABA)
from the sports coverage women athletes! have been getting. !the an excellent analogy about sports and its coverage. When LOU BRANCACCIOL.
Well let's take a look at,sports and its coverage. ABA broke into the sports world there was little fan in

THERE ARE TWO ,major factors which decide what will terest. So there was,little coverage.*., >*,,, .._. ....... \ ;! !
go into the paper, reader interest and space availability.Now Recently, after many years of play, the ABA tried to that pure white stuff around to lay print on. Daily, both r
the sports department should not run a public convince the television networks that it should have coverage. men's and women's sport stories have to be cut to fit them in.
But the
relations campaign for anybody. The department should not it was -networks thumbs said interest was not great enough and until When the sports department runs into this space problemthe
be there to promote sports but rather to report it. The down. first consideration however, is to cut the news which has
Sports
newspaper is not going to flood the paper with Mary Muppet's departments are not obligated to give anyone little reader interest. Good guess it's usually the women's
12 second 100 yard dash time unless there is truly coverage. And this point is important to remember. The sports.
reader interest. state might be obligated to make sure enough women get into WOMEN'S SPORTS, mind you, is covered. It is found on
Oh, 18 women libbers might write a letter, to the editor now women law school have and the nation might be obligated to make sure the sports page almost every day.

expressing how interested everyone is in women's sports, but But the equal opportunity. But women still seem to have their bras in an uproar as if
they're only kidding themselves. The interest lies in men's TilE SECOND newsPaPer"their only obligation is to the reader. the coverage has rubbed their breasts the wrong way. ,
sports and for a very good reason.. They've been around a few have FACTOR in printing news is the space you You've come a long way baby, but you haven't come far
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Vice President for Academic Affairs has still committee to conduct a phone survey of all
not been set by the search committee. off-campus candidates for recommendation.
10:30
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reference material. Until we get it in, we can't ,obtain. a more accurate picture of the can
set a date for recommendation. And we don't didate in addition to the letters of recommendation 5p I
know when we'll be getting the informationin according to Sisler. ONLY o

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Graduate School. more than just in a letter," he said. I
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UF receives authorization to raise dorm rates By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer he Board ol Regent~ an increase in UF's hou administration ~Ieens it UF originally request 55 to $20 a quarter for from 55 to 112.50 housing units to hel1 tricity and utilities costs aulht)riecl Monday sung rates it the LW necessary ed an increase tori residence halls and north for married p flied rising clueUF STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Steve Merryday and Director of Consumer Affairs Dan [check suggested the increases might not he necessary and other alternatives should he explored. Reducing 'certain services not integral to dorms would cover the expenses.' Merryday said. He and [check suggested the mandatory linen service provided or dornuitorv residents could he eliminated at a savings of from %~0,(XX) to $ l(MJ.aX) and that the number of silent assistants be educed. UF DIRECTOR OF HOUSING James Hennessey 'aid there's no "ay housing can manage without rental increases as the curi ent tiscal sit uation st ands. 'But ~.ere going to s~ ait.' he added. Things can change either i~ ay. Single student housing would increase about 120 a quarter for aircondutuoned spaces. and $10 a quarter or non-air conditioned spaces. Hennessey said. MARRIED STUDENTS WOULD BE Times UF j paying about SS a mirth tore. he said. ~ ith spectat :Id;U5InhLTiI5 for NlcGtjie Village resident. I he pro posed hikes a mount to a ho. it an ~ per cent increasee across the hoard. Htnncssev s~iid fhe Increase', to be effective July I lot married housing and tall quarter 1975 br dorniitories. can s~ait right up to billing to he eflecred. Hennesey sai~I UP PRESIDENT Robert 0. Marston said he would like go 'look at the range of services provided and see ii there are ~. ays to serve the lie host lieson~1 I linen. M 'CUt' ~iriJ it lie suiTe huh do ii in nietestel ii asking questions esudeti I assist iris an (I ~ ashin aisto" said. THE ONLY POSSIBILITY IS the linen service. I-Ietinessev saud, adding it would cost the 4 ude n Is "lore to do it I hem selves Sheets and ttntels laundered ~eeklv are in uie'i for SI I 25 a quarter. Hennessey aid at ~. cost of about 12 cciii' a pound. I o ha'e them aumici ed elsewhere ,~mild cost students about 30 cents a pound, Hentiessey 'aid. I ubock i equested the regents ~ ml until Mirch btfoi e granting U Ithe authority to increase rates. I he regents nstea~i amended the autlioi-iat ion to include the stipulation that increases would be effected if the Uadnistration determined it necessary after examining all possibilities. The Independent Florida P Fuoi'shed by Compus Comniunecotions Inc Co'n.sv.II. Finrido kiligator Not officially os.ocsot.d with he Univ.rsiiy of Fiorido TUESDAY FEB. 4, 1974 VOL. 67 NO. 74 Regents By TOM SHRODER AllIgator Staff Writ., [he Board ol' Regent' Monday approved a strategy to cut 5Th niilhion fi on, next year's State University System SLIS) budget. I he reduction plan was in response to a icquest by (Joy. Reubin Askew to reduce the 1975.1976 5115 budget to the 1974-1975 level. THE Il-POINT PLAN included proposals 0 Flinitnate faculty and staff salary in creases totalling 530.7 ni million. Eliminate $14 nitilion budgeted to offset added costs due to inflation. Reduce t~.cuIty positions by live 'er cent resulting in a class-sue increase averaging five per cent or about 34) students per class. Eliminate 511 million budgeted to ~,iThet faculty workload increases. Eliminate all ne'. progran~s except the solar energy center and the Equal En,ploynien; Opportunity Plan. Elininate increased equipment purslash chases for current personnel. Fhe regents also reconinliended 58 million budgeted lot operating capital be transferred to hel;, pay for inflated utility tosts. S US Chancellor Robert NI iiit, ~. ill 'resent the i egen t s pro pos. Is to Ii Coy. Ii m Will 'anis Wednes~Iav ALTHOUGH the i egents-approved plan can reduce the StJS budget to this "ears level. state revenue lot 975-I 47b ts expel ted to he five per cent helti, 1974-I '~'5 aj>propriat ions. Regent Marshall Harris estimated the iniverst~ system ~ II ha~ e to cut an dclditional Sib million Ironi next 'ears budi~et. It Harris estimate is correct, the amended SUS budget for next year will be $94 mullion below the original amount requested by the regents. HARRIS SAID he saw three possibilities br acc~ininodating further cuts in state appropriations for the nine state universities: larger classes and fewer class offerings, increased tuition, or kwer students. 'All three alternatives arc unpopular. but by $78 million one ol t herii or so," e coni bin at ion of all three ill have to be the result tot diminishing esou rces K Harris sa' d Since the regents reflect ed a plan to eliniinate freshmen at two universities. Harris said raising tuition in restricting class ol lerings and further enlirg.n~ class-sue were the only alternatives THE REGENTS will consider proposals for tuition hike at a March 3 meeting In I allahassee In other act ion. the agents officially approved SUS plans for achieving a 3.3 per cent reduct toil in this years operating budget Mauiti said the budget cuts can be accon, pl ish ed w it Ii out I a~of Is of state en ploys as previously t~ared. THE 3.3 PER CENT reduction ias applied esenly to all budgetary units. Maut, saud. A recent allocation of university system eniergency savings giving UF 5730AXX). or 73 iS.'~' Budget page Cheating as more bun inquiry students MARSHAL!. HARRIS estimates more cuts readss confess photo 6y chip hi,. CT. Voi-k, chancellor d.slgnote of the Stat. universitySystem. and UP President RobertO. Marston had more than the usual Monday morning blobs yesterday as th. Board of Regents sloths budgets all down the line. And then there was talk of tuition Plunk. Fin. By STUART EMMRICH and DEBBIE IBERT Alligator Staff Writen Honor Court proceedings in the College of Buunes~ Administration cheating 'iiwstigauon continue today. ith 'C' er~I more students adding their names to thu list conlessni s and a tight clo.ik ol scerec' surrounding the Honor Court Honor (curt Atty. Gun. Paul Marniish said Monday his office was still taking coti 1055i(ins, hut declined to say hos. it ans he expected. Marnisl, said no sun1mar~ hearings "crc scheduled Mondas or students sho ha~e been unipl cated In the alleged widespread cheating on business college final e'anis fall quarter. He added that sonic ould probably he held later his "eeL Robert Hark. Houior C our? chancellor. ionfirn~cd that no hearings yr trials ~ crc hclt Monday, hut refused to conhitient on ~.hcri he 'ic ~t ones w ott Id lie THE FIRST I 1st u~ient con; icted 'I heating iii he business college exam' ~ a' ei~ en three q Uattcrs suspension Iron, t Iby I he Honni ( our Iriday I he eemniL-ndation lilA' goes In the Office ol Stink-nt Sw ;ccs Mi action Rob I )enison. IIdirector of student conduct, said I, had nipt iccei~ed the iec(lmiilendatiln in the mail set. hut adde~l he c 'peeted it to conic I (lay MOST OF THE Honor Court operations in' oh in i he cheating ''1' station has ii wed Ironi the "an Honor ( our! othce to 'In olfi cc in the act i vit IC' center on the third floor of the I Wa~ne Reut, Linion Marnuish said the move was made to, (Sec Chewing. page four) Hard At budget BIah

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Poq. 2.1%. Ind.udn* Moddo AilIgabr Twe.day, F.harnry & 1975 Wineberger: By ALLAN i. GENTLER AllIgator WIre Editor Al LAN IA --( ~per W Wirieherger, Secretars ol Health, Education and Welare. Monday termed student use (If the federal food stamp program abusive, He was speaking at a White House conference on domestic and economic affairs. WINEBERGER said this is one of the reasons why the administration is seeking to increase the cost of food stamps by 30 per cent. I-fe said the measure could save the federal government up to $650 illicit An amendment to the Food Stamp act of 1964 gave the Ford 'sin WASHING I I'rcs dent lord Monday a S34~ budget Congress ON (UPI) sent congresss billion budget I honest sell denial ~ hich ills for the biggest (leticit in it c h 1st ory and predicts sing unemployment md inflation in 975 and "7,, I lie loretasts ~~Lrc he bleakest the adniintstration is issued. M; (,o~I. satd Rep Sam (uibbons. D-FIa Ii ilican that he is going to be a ~o-'ear President Ford Iorecosx greater ccononic stagnation this year than last, with national output dipping by 3.3 per cent when Increase' due to inflation are left out. Last sears drop in the gross nationall product cent "as 22 per I he budget calls for a 519 billion ~IeIicii anl outlays of S3-49.4 btl]ron in liseal I 9Th. which starts next Juls I his is in increase ol only II per cent -barely keeping pace wth inflation-o~er the 3134 billion the Izo~ernn1ent is spending this 'ear. 'I he budget being sub'ii itted here today is a compassionate one. Ford in remarks he delivered is he signed the budget message and sent it to Congress. Ford asked approval for S17 billion in cutbacks and said the deficits for the current and next fiscal years would top $l~I billion if Congress did not comply. Syria seeks peace talk Soviet I-oreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko Monday secured Syrias blessing for an immediate resumption of the teresa Arab-Israeli conference as the only Muaranteed way" to lasting peace in the Middle East. (iromyko (lien flew to Egypt which wants to give American step-by-step peace efforts time to succeed before returning to Geneva. A communique on Gromyko's talks with Syrian President Hafez Assad called for the Geneva conference to meet before the end of February or early March and a full Soviet role in all phases of Middle East peacemaking. LOCKER ROOM SPORT SHOP YOUR COMPLETE GOLF S TENNIS PRO SHOP Dunlop -Head -Davis Powerbilt -First Flight Wilson -Titleist -Staff Complete Line of Athletic Shoes And Clothing Over 20 Other Styles Of Racket Ball Rackets In Stock RACKET STRINGING OUR SPECIALTY LOCKER ROOM SPORTS SHOP 3749W. Univ. Ave. Acre from R.ydPut Mi 377.49" students abusefood stamps Cii? the power tO set tOOCI si liii) prices &ent ol .' person' net incoIlle.icLor(IIflg regional tood stamp adrninisti nor in lie I) Sc iv ices is lia~h .1' to Keun vision of ~() per nut h. Ia nil I' Wuneberger said the food stamp program 'us a progr3rt~ which In, afraid has been rather substantially abused, as in the case of college students and others whose need is not nearly as great as some of the people who are most n need WINEBERGER'S REMARKS came as part of a two day conference that attempted to explain, and convince the public of the need of President Ford' domestic and economic plans tuesday capsule Overseas food aid boosted $622 million WASH INC ION IL] ~l -President Ford has approved $b22 mullion boost in o'er'eas food aid which will raise shipnents by tore than 2 million tons, officials said Mondas Ihe long-expected increase covcs food aid spending in tin current fiscal war which ends June 30 It was disclosed in figures n~ade p.ihlic simultaneously with Fords budget ir the fiscal year beginning JuI~ I. Agriculture Secretar~ Earl L But, said the additional nod aid confirms U.S. intentions of supplying needy nations and can he shipped without driving u~ retail prices for Americans Vhere has been sonic easing of wheat supplies. Butz said in a statement, and we should be able to take care of additional (toed for peace) programs without an~ threat to domestic supplies'' I Newspapers closed SAIGON (UP!) The Nguyen Van Thieu government shut down live newspapers Monday and announced the ailing of at least IS publishers and newsmen it described as underground Communist cadres.' The five papers were among nine Vietnameselanguage dailies which had their Monday editions confiscated for publishing a political rid ctncnt ol fheu issued by ii opposition activist, the Res. Ran Thu rhanh The Thieu Government frequently confiscated editions of various papers in the past, but this was the first time in the presidents eight years in office it revoked any licenses. F ~YI(t ~ho p. ilso scheduled to appear .u the Lofliern Ilci~ rut At I anti short Iv after he presenled $34~ (muir budget to (ongres' His budget. it apprm ed in cm rety. would leave the nation with a $52 billion (letch he largest peacetiflie deficit ever. He said, What has been proposed is an increase ot 30 cent in the cost of food stamps. which would still leave he people who are receiving food stamps paying Somewhere the neighborhood of 17 per cent of their income r0, ~ This is well below what those people not ~ stamps would have to pay. he said. We do have a substantial nuniber of abuses ot the program. for example. the people who are Increasing flog rapidly as beneficiaries of food stamps are college students, College students are found to be eligible because 'tate AIM! local idnitnistrators who implement the program, look only at the income of the college student. but not at his total warily iflcOTllC. Wineberger said. A regulation which went into effect Dec31, I 9N alter being appnwed by the Department otAgriculture bars boliege students ~ ho receive m',re than half of their support rn mother household lrorv receiving food stamps Democrats act with dismay WASHING ION (UPI) 'TI ~ressional [)cniocrats espi e~sed disniay Monday o'er he sic of President Ford's projected budget deficit and the size of his p ropused cutbacks in progranis that benefit people. [hes said the defense budget was the only one showing real growth in Ford's proposals -and even conser' at 'se Democrats predicted the increase in Ford pushc defense spending "till It cut hack substantial Rep Morris K I lilt 1) Ariz. said the hudi~et ~ a bloated. saddening dcunirnt replete ith flioflunicnialk misplaced priorities reflecting a sorry Insensitivity tim he needy, the elderly he disadvantaged. flie Democrats called Ford callous to the effect inflation and recession were ha~ ing on people ~s Viet aid WASHINGTON (UP!) -President Ford proposed toda' that Congress send a delegation to South Vietnam to td~w for bell whether additional American aid is needed Assistant Senate Democratic Leader Robert C Rsrd reported ford's proposal after a White House nlcctLng between the President and Congressional leaders from both parties. B)rd said Ford apparently feels that if that step were taken it might persuade Congress" to approve the 13Th) million in additional aid Ford has proposed. Byrd said there was no immediate agreement on whether to adopt Ford's suuestbon but he said resistance to further aid remained strong. FREE We'll heat anyon&sd.aI. anywbem and give you 0 4 day vacation for 2 In Miami Beach or Vail, Cola, wish purchase of a ,~e Icowosaki during Fsbnsayy. (no strings aflodud) Art's Kawusdki Os be uusv~ an an C

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Th. Ind.pnd.n* Houido AiIIg0o., 1u.day, F.bwry 4, 1Y75, rog. 3 Regents lift freeze; tuition hike due fly KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer rhe Board of Regents voted Monday to lilt the freeze on freshman admissions ~tatcwide. contrary to its finance committee reconimendation last month. The Regent' aslo voted to give no further consideration to a proposal eliminating fresh men and sophomores at the Un:~crsiy of South Florida and Florida technological University, making a tuition hike a certainly for reducing the budget. THE FREEZE THAT halted admissions to Florida's nine state universities early January wa~ ie(ollmLtl(IecI to be ,ariiall~ liltecl by the I egenis finance committee Jan 23 The three-member committee at that time suggested a moratorium ienain on entering freshmen until a decision can be made at the March 3 board meeting. All enrollment application~ ~.all now be accepted br spring quarter and beyond. REGENT MARSHALL HARRIS said the boards action effectively eliminated any possibility of cutting back freshmen enrollment at the regents next meeting in Marzh Lifting the admission moratorium statewide leaves only Iwo equally un ii Singin' the blues jeAnnie Hines is singing the blue in the plaza, as will many students next when mld-t.ms bit. Irish essay contest opens For the fled year the third annual Stephen of Irish culture. OComEl Irish Studies Award will only be The essay should be IS typed pages in the open to pause students. Modern equip Anodatlmn Style. They .Thsflfl.wadis ew.d4os~ a year fl,4 flrtakai to Lbile Mall room 4Sf a. 330 an outstanding essay written about any aspect bruar, 28. popular alternatives. liar, is said. increasing lililioll lees. or increasing he student-teacher I into. At what pointdo ~ou reduce the quality ot education if yet. keep adding numbers but no new dollars? asked Harris. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE proposal in study the possibility ol eliminating lower division or FTU and USF stirred a controversy that 1,acked sonic 250 people into the Orlardo regents meeting The move would save approximately $I34X~ per student, with a total budget reduction of 53 2 million. Gainesville regent Jack McGnlT cautioned the regents that tour of Florida's nine state universities already have no lower divisions. "TIlE BOARD OP REGENTS has always said there should be live four-year comprehensive universities in the state." said MeGriff. Theyshould not be concentrated in the north, but spread across the state, he added. State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said a tuition increase is a certainty. but ho* much 'is going to be hotly debated." AT LEAST a 50 cent per credit hour fee increase as necessary to compensate for %t ddent a a king lc~& ci hours ~ at h the ae~ per redit hour tuition Maut, said. Other alternatives suggested tbr exploration crc Shafting some Activity and Service Fee funds into natriculation tunds or entrance tees, which met with objections Item the state C(,uncil ot Student Body Presidents Having the student bear 34) per cent of the total cost of his education, to be acconplashed over an extended period of time, Increasing tuition by 10 per cent for both graduate and undergraduate students. the wition issue was palced on the register for public notice as being considered prior to any decision to be made in March. in accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act. REDUCING the number of out~ottstate fee waivers was another possibility. Mautz said. With the change of legal age, students 18 years of age or older can live in Florida one year while in school and become residents. Out-of-state fees have dropped from $5 million to$l.5 million, with the number of waivers remaining the same. Mautz said. UF cannot assure fobs for fired grant holders ByJANEiT PARK Alligator Staff Writar Three professors and a design engineer from the UF Department of Speech who received notices of termination last week cannot be guaranteed a faculty position next year, .according to Dr. C.A. VanderWerf. dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Stephen Feimistein. Dr. Howard Rothn-ian, Dr. William Brown and Wayne Harrington were notified by VanderWerf their contracts would be terminated as of August 31, 1Q75, with another year s contract possible. The four are under contract to UP until Aug. 31,1975. but the Board of Regents operating policy stipulates they cannot be terminated without a year's notice. THEY ARE PAiD by research grants and not from state funds, but if those grants end before August. 1976. UP must find state-funded faculty positions for them. VanderWerf said he is "absolutely unable to guarantee' that faculty positions will be found for the three professors. The design engineer is classified as an administrative and professional employs. according to Dr. Robert Bryan. interim vice president fbr academic affairs. Bryan said Monday UF is obligated to pay these persons even if their federal grant money runs out before August. 1976. "STATE LINES (open positions with money in the budget borsalaries)must be foundWe~ill flnd them piecemeal if we have to, from people who ha~e gone on sabbatical or are on leave," Bryan said. Under Board of Regents operating policy, a year's notice of termination is required if the eniployc has been at UF more than two years. Feinstein. Rothman and Harrington said they all have been at UP for more than the two-year requirement. Brown refused to comment. Feinstein and Rothman have non-teaching positions and are employed at UP as assistant professors. Their work ineludes research and some supervision of graduate students, they said. DROWN IS also an assistant professor but he refused comment on his duties. Harrlngtom is am associate in systems design. He designs complex equipment for the Comniunicatons Scien. cc Lab. flit equipment. which Harrington makes cheaply from U.S. govanmeit surplus parts, is one of the main reason why the National Institute of Health's sight inspection teams give UP high ratings. The hfith Institute is a principal source of the labs rant money. The lab Is nsa completely on grant money. UF pays for only the local phone rice and the offices, located in the basement of the Arts and Science Building. No esplanatlon was given in the letter of termination from VanderWet uSe the regents operating policy, the four are entitled to write to ask the reasons they were terminated. Three of tue tue said they wrftlq their letters Mttdey. Drown, the fourth one tenrnhated, ichued hi comment on any aspect of the situation. WAYNE HARRINGTON Systems design OP HOWARD ROTHMAN speech W 5131434 NSIUt4 A r

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No.4, Th. Ind.p.nt.tt Moddo MIIgor Tundoy F.bru.ry 4 VS EAG glass recyc By JANET TAYLOR Allijiator Sitif Writer After Iwo nionths it ~aitin~. tilt liiivironniental Action Group (LAd this t~eek will Met the truck that will be used to haul MIass In their glass recycling pro~ran~ EAG Director David Streit said. 'I thought we would have it two months ago. but the last I heard was we would have it by the end of this week. STUnT EXPLAINED chat the purchase of the truck had been tied up in paperwork because it had to clear through Student Government. UF, the city of Gainesytile and the state of Florida, ng truck may rol Rebut he tuack us tused FAG iFin' to 'II 111011 1 111W bILL 0? toUr ,~ij 'dO Al 'r'o' 'S eflw~ 0i .cord len "a!?., ~ n.e Ufld V o 'o'do nt~ SvbML p~e o't 520 ~ or ,o 'S or MSOpr Lik .vb.ous.'.n. -. *W@g~ tj~fi. gann~Y hi it. tud.nn 4w Jn*vmsily -Plwid. Ii. nd.nd.t pi.4. AIleqe '"WV~O itt '* 'fltilatS 'he *yP.To~k*LCoI lOAC o~ oil od ~w"sa-.nI. and 0 SylO a, own OWS~ oil C09v I CiSidft Ob iCtiOnO~I* TI,. Inap~.d*ni Flared. AIIi*cq.' well no. 'snide. o*unnn at flrn.n* for sew odvflis.m.n~s i~ V ~ tP4#OPh mu Cr rot a' monaen of,,on 'nIrt notice S g'r a *. odveel,~,'g ',Oetfl~ dO, ."m -ad."-.nr, $h Aa.id.n F. do A;I.qcieo -. 'a' be ewo,.'t. kj ~ n*'' a -ef' "tin C.,, Iii C *ll'.~~J. tie, L.,pa~. .* * ra. -.e tns**

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Florida Players offer 'Taming of the Shrew By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Write, "Th. taming school: Mhat. Is there such a place?" Ai mistren, amid Petrucklo Is the master: Thai tacheth trick, eleven and t'.enti long, To tame a shrew and charm her chattering tongue. %u Shakespearc sets about. n~ui 'ink the tai~iln~~ I he shrew but he tro'nul~ (it I F actors. actresses and au~1 ences en t he art ol Shakespearean iornvdv the i~Iiiter a,1~l Ilambunance I heat ri calit t hi reson a rice ot boast in occ~ and the .wrobat its ji court esters and set'ant' are a jew elements ol this prod uct ion ol I he raining of the Shrew WITH A SLIGHTLY d'fkrent ipproach to the script. director Dr Richard U Green is building an educational opportunity both for performers and audiences. Shakespeare's works hase gained such a ii distinguished position in the literary world that people often lor~et they were written and played to, the con~mon people 'Despite the language auid style tn ~.hich it ~&A% written, l's still a play or people, observes the cook. Martin Teitel. DICTION, BREATH control, energy. niovement. rythm. all integrated to precisich I iilit* Ir(I 51)4cc ith ( L)Id~ thin a ibid ~P~ikcs~ie.trc Ion cipeanIcter riuch tdicl eqni n~ ii itt ~rt I kt iliLn4,rliil ~isier tflFlLt*pt it his a'' ',emhcrs g 'lilt'S Ol I. Iiicilloi ,e 'et stiri~ II ii '~' l~ rics he I,, C'. S When atthir~~ icaliiig Iad~ Lclicia Jaranhille seiitth her breath to ~el ''Ut that Lasi word .i 2 'trw line Un tlerstaritiablc h~ inc aq nenbcr (ills t a 'ers ,h~ scal Ia NOT ONLY is it 'i'calI' axin~, but energeticilK equally it NI Ser~ants and other stock characters priLt ice running around. tailing dIo~n e'cti ~etIing kicked. all in the a ti e I precision It all "'ore theatrical bigger gestures. l'~ elier 'aid Jaramillo I theatrical nioreso than other productions Shrew' because Green has chosen to do the show in ts en: rctv [hat is. it actually begins with a drunken bun, and sonc lords who decide it would be a great trick to dress hir~~ as a lord and tell him he been asleep IS years I o entertain the new lord. they arrange for a play to be put on. the laming ol the Shre~ Each of the actors in the Florida Players production' acutely aware on stage that he is FLYING FLORIDA PLAYERS Kim Will jonis and Leticia Joromillo portray Petruccic an actor playing a role and therefore has far more Ireedom to, theatricality Its not the classical staged Shakespearean type thing. explained sernot Steve Root. Were doing it even more ph0.by ol vv.hlbuvg and Kate, lead Shr.w' bawdy than it was nicant to do.' Fickets are available free for students, and should be picked up in advance. The production will be shown at the H.P. ('onstans theater Feb. 10-IS. 'The Night Porter tangled in 'Tango RICHARD BURKUOLDER AMple. Staff Write Il is to 'The Nigh' Porter's Mreat misfortune that its advertising plunips for adorable comparison ,.ith Aernardo Bertoluccis Last fatigo in Pan' For the voyeurs in the movie-going audience, such a notion ought to be dismissed t~jt of hand' Liltana (avani 'Night Porter takes oil) an H while tango boasted an X lherel'ore. by Motion Picture Awwiatron of America standards, this former fleck can t he as hot' as he latter. FURTHERMORE, Night Porter ddn earn the inc elcase publicity that the Benoucci 'ntwie did. While both I Don Cooper at B&B I Last I ango and 'Night Porter raised eyebrows and quickened pulses across Europe. somehow the North Aniericans remained unapprised ol the Cavani films panting tiuality prior to its U.S. release-something which hadn't happened with he long-awaited Last Tango.' 'so what one' left with is a seemsngiv porny-enough cashin tin tine of the more financially aiid dramatically successfull morior~ pictures ot this decade In ract, the sheet gall of iilcnti(bning this lilt,, s name in the same breath as 8crti~litccis ought to prosok~ 'tnie suspicion on the part of even the unhippest niovit putroni. HOWEVER br those it us ~tho have viewed The Night Porter' the in lasorable c.iripartson '. ith the Bertolucci product does not Lud there What Ms Cavani has pur* tills created is a tilt ion pict UN hat looks and sounds Like an imitation Bertoucci I he tiireeting techniques. citing. set .~hring and cinen~aograph~ here all reflect the so pert 50~5 I 'irsen cc ii a Bertol ucc I cam p ltllow Cr. \~ hat grates or, us niore than an' thing else, though, is the is I, ni cii' ii in Ii ci, director (at atit and rel lots screen''tIer. 11411 Moscati. *iflempt to doss Titajor ,lot and character clenienn of 'T.in~, and another Bertolucci l~iIit. rhe ('onlornist' (which dealt with the 1930. ascendancy .1 European fasckn,). [he resulting hybrid is a bastardized nishmash ,l kinky 'cx practices. Naziism. and moral degeneracy which is mipaled upon the capricious characters of the filnCs two principals. MAX IDIRK DOGARDE), an ex-SS 'physician and photographer In a Third Reich concentration camp Is. by 1957. situated as the night porter of an antiquated Viennese hotel. He lookg after the hotel denizen., some of whom include pederast ~tw1s. efTenilnate closet ballerinas, and pastyfaced aging courtesans. Max, unhappy in this vocation. yearns forthe glory-filled 940's days and to this end his Nazi underground contains are seeking his admittance into an ODESSA-type organization of unreconstructed Hitlerphiles. There is one hhch (iiaturallv) and possibility that not all of Maxi fornierfliiiip victims may be dead. Somebody. says Nazi contact Klaus. altay still be alise t~ho could tile against Max and subsequently indict the rest of the movement. This one person. wit turns out. is the girl with '-horn Max had on affair s~ hilt in the caf. An inmate who d being "tftfl*&flIfl HftAt'i dstfllflw, flbfto. Linus stashings and the like). sh, just happens to appear at the hotel one da~ over a decade later. At first she is repelled at the idea of sharing a roof wtth this personified past memory but gradually she comes to wish lbr a re-enactnient of those times exciting and uninhibited perversion. Eventually both Max and tti. young woman. Lucia Charlotte Rampling). get together to submit to the mutual-and writhing-carnality which seemed so much a ~art of their collective Nazidoni existence. t00fl Max's Nazi friends find out about the liaison which he and Lucia are sharing. Although she and Max swear that ictelations to the authorities about Third Reich days are not forthcoming, the underground cell plots to break up the onlance anyway i~for purposes of security' it is at this point that the viewer is introduced to the main thrust of conflict in the film: how to keep the bad old Nazis a',av tron~ the protagonists n-going revel. YET BY this time the moviegoer is also aware ofthe filnis main failn~: unlike the romantic itsosomes in 'Tango'' and 'C irtormist' the duet of principals here haven't strong personalities. Max and Lucia are weak, vacillating, and bulleted by outside forces instead of heingdr:ve.~ to (more than purely sexual) action by their own innate complexities of character. They therefore so completely come to share the pleasure in their sensual amorality that their beings become mere extensions of their sexual libidos and defensive reactors against the now-aggressive Nazis. I he one thing that Canto and Moscati forgot to take from Bersolucci was his willful arsd independently spirited characters, which were the essential strengths of his 'Tango" and 'Conformist. Cavani and Moscati's opting for psychologically debilitated principals ultimately contributes to little but thedilution of the film overall impact. CERTAIN OTHER Bertolucel hallmarks are herewith in eVidence, though, as we noted earlier: broodIng chiamscuro cinematography. halfik interiors, and bittersweet background music (a nih between Georges Delerue's nostalgic "Con' lormist" and Gato Darbieris Jazzy 'Taugo" scorn) as-c utilized rather extensively. These at least make for some aesthetically pleasing visual and aura) images. Nonetheless, our advice to those who conten.plaze scala; this film is to stay home. save your 52.50 admIssion he. and s. alt until the aid of the quaner when you can amend a Union showing of 'Last range in Paris" for a nomInal piles. For most of us It should prove tatp to view the vaimlud pest flint apin than spend an occasion watctlng cue of its highly imperfect offspring. Florina Alligator Tun~oy, F.kru.ry 4. 975 P.1.5 I F Don Cooper. an extraordinarily tine tolkainper. s. ill be at lb. Beef and Bottle tonight through Saturday. for free! Cooper I, known in the folk circles ror his skid lyrical S .4

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Pog.6, II. Ind.p.nd.nt Acrid. AiIi.o0,, Tu.dcy F.bi~j.tY & IllS EOITEIRUAU. Brotherhood Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris is an alumnus of Tau Epsikn Phi (TEP) fraternity. And thus, through the mist of secrecy surrounding it. can be seen some clue to the form justice could take in the Honor Court's in~ vestigation of alleged cheating in the UF Coliege or Business Administration. At least nine members of TEP were among the 30 students initially subpoenaed by the Honor Court in its investigation. And for what it's worth, we pass on what Chancellor Harris told us yesterday: "I can tell you that I will be sitting in the cases of some TEPs." Harris was one of the judges sitting in the case last Friday of the first UF student convicted in the cheating scandal. The court recommended to the Student Conduct Committee the student be suspended from school for three quarters. Asked whether the student convicted Friday was a member of TEP, Harris declined comment. We think it improper for Harris to sit in judgment of students who are brothers in his old fraternity. But the real point, of course, is that as long as the trials are closed to the public, we will never know if Harris is sitting in cases he shouldn't be because of conflict of interest. There's always hope that some of the students charged will demand an open trial, which is guaranteed under the Student Body Constitution. Until then, is there still time to pledge TEP? In justice In what has to be a classic example of masscondemnation, U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Casper Wineberger did a grave injustice to over 60,000 American college students yesterday. Speaking at a conference on domestic and economic affairs in Atlanta Wineberger indiscriminately passed judgment on these students when he said the Federal Food Stamp program is being 'substantially" abused by college students whose need is not as great as others. Disregarding the fact that the food stamp program is the responsibility of the Department of Agriculture and presumably outside his own sphere of expertise. Wineberger's intent was to push President Ford's proposal to raise the cost of the food stamps thereby trimming some "undeserving" elements off the rolls. Apparently Wineberger sham the vision of many Federal and state government officials these days of students driving up to food stamp offices in sports cars w they can spend the money sent them by their indulgent parents on pot and booze. We wonder how many of the 15,000 students who make up one third of Alachua Counties food stamp rolls would fit into this vision. With the cost of a college education shooting up more than seven per cent in the last year. and with the soaring costs of other incidentals like rent, clothing, utilities and even books, we find it hard to believe that college students are all that needlessly abusive of the system. We suggest Mr. Wineberger c6nflnc himself to matters within his own domain and leave the question of food s~m~~to the proper department. .. p y (~) 0--0 C C tt ~hj i/-i K C C On parenthood and society You're shopping in a department store. You notice a woman with two children, one of whom tries to grab something. The mother slaps his hand. THE BOY bursts into hysterical tears and the mother yells, Shut up! How would you react to this? Would you think, 'What a terrible mother. and feel sorry for the kids? That was always my reaction. But my outlook has changed quite a bit since I've started spending time with children. Here's on example: Sallie. a friend of mine, and her twoyear-old daughter Joan accompanied me to a restaurant one night. After we ordered, the waitress brought a high chair ibr Joan. When Sallie attempted to install her in the chair. Joan released an ungodly shriek that penetrated every corner of the restaurant. Everyone in the restaurant turned and stared as Joan screamed, kicked and hammered her fists on the high chair. "JOAN, please don't be so upset." At this point, what were our options? To get up and leave without eating dinner? To take Joanie out of the high chair. thus showing her she could get her way anytime by raising a fuss? To sit there and ignore her, hoping she would quiet down eventually? We chose the third option. since we were starving. We were rewarded with fifteen minutes of tears and banshee shrieks from Joan. accompanied with stares and whispers of disapproval from the waitresses and other customers. No doubt many of these people thought, "What a rotten mother! If she ca&t control her kid, she should stay home!' PROBLEMS like this begin not with the mother or the children, but the treatment society gives them, It seems unfair to exclude someone from eating in a restaurant, or going to the start, or leaving the house at all simply because she is caring for a child. During World War Two, department stores had nursery areas with attendants. Mothers could shop without being distracted by the kids -or having to pay for a babysitter. The Independent Florida Alligator LIII &metacan p RA "tnj' K.duir Ma EvMya kM Mn Mdphw. C.RoyIbl~ T.,i MoeNomom by MeG. Jr. Oo~c 6~ bay Krpr. Lyndo H.m1 *ono Snyd.r Lynnio&Mt, JANIS MAltA Why not have them today? ANOTHER unfair expectation is that mothers must takc ~ole responsibility forte children. For instance: I saw a tall. strapping man walking with a woman the other day. She carried an infant, a large shoulder purse, and a diaper box He carried nothing. Of couNe. this drew no disapproving stares from passers~ If the situation were reversed, the man would probably~ receive ~miIes of approval; the woman might receive puzzled looks. It would be far more constructive if others were cii courage to participate in parenthood. After all, children need fathers as well as mothers. And its unfair to put the entire burden on the Woman's shoulders. MOTHERS are constantly expected to perform according toother< expectations. and criticized if they do not. A friend of mine was babysitting a two-year-old and brought her to class. As Sallie. Joans mother, describes it~ 'Society Says YOU must control your children. When youre in public and they begin to fuss, you're afraid they'll throw a fit and you won't be able to control them. The children sense this and manipulate it. They demand things, knowing you'll give in out of fear. RK~URN!NG to the scene in the restaurant, It's true the other diners were disturbed by Joan's screaming. But what did they accomplish by their angry stares? They certainly didn't hush the child. Why penalize the mother for something she obviously can't prevent? People keep putting a trip over on mothers. They're a little nicer to a father -"After all, what's a mall to do with a child?" But if you're the kids' mother It's 'Do something! In Sallic's words: "Both the parents are hums kings with a small human being to deal with, Because out Is *1st 'weaker sex,' she is supposed to be superhuman)' David Sniih EdI~or.In.chI~ David Mein N.vafdigov Ted Wood -St. Do.mno mnigmn Lwo.,t Ut, .0-rn'-AS flnt O.e.uI Mo. In lS.Nv. hSsss Buena An Mv.ddeg Mv.dsng CMhsc. Sp.cld S.etIn Cacidinar Mv.n~.Ing P~.dodon Mawg.r MIt$OI NodueNo., M.Aqr Udlbdd Ptdvdoo Monqe CI.tslatp, A Ch.sf hi Mce.w I 9. ~, I hem -M~ PubiStod by Camp. ComnunIcttIOflt liw P.O. Sn 2104 Unlnnhty Stan. GshwetMb, Mfldo vilds .4W. h~S A. CMhg. kin, 173 WS U@~n.SIy Maiw. bawe k'~~ piwn: fl kIWIS kpflw: 37'MS Advonhing m.d Pmdvction Dawns: w~a -. .1 t A 9 &. .-J I J1'T'~ ~% '%~t.',SA .s~.i. S

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Marston maki Lad '.etk LIPi H r ) ii guaranteed no UI personnel ~suld he ~iiI WI commit ments Co KradLia(e sttilents ~uId hr brkri THAT IS an extraordinary ctbrnriiitnltnt, For the last Ic'. "ak, a sceiviugly risoluble delicir .1 nearly $1 ni hilton in 1 F's general ud Ut at in I Ex ~ hudgit had been threatening the ohs St~ CL flervnnel and the futures of graduate students. [he uncertainties ot the situation i~ere hugirning to take a toll on the morale ot 'he U F corn n~u,,it I her Wednesda~. In a dramatic public ~tatenirit. Niarston reported he had rcce'~ ed the necc'sars pm. Cr to assure 10h security and lullfill all educational respon~ihilitie, MARSTON said the university~ system granted bin, the power to traiisfet sa~ ings from the I 1 1 is Miller HeAt (enter and the Institute br Fomi and Agritt~Itu ral Sciences IFAS) to [IF's troubled E&G budget EnouMh funds can be transferred to assure thu eliminatIon ot the E&G deficit, Mar'.ton said The next day. Dr (handler A. Stetson. 'Ice president or health affairs and the health center official closest to the budRet negotiations expressed surprise at M~irscon's op. timi'nl. ng extraordinary II ~c iji~ help ~c ~u~l he sai~l But I ihiiik it "ould lie Ntrultihiiig ito sd~ Ii5iti~Cl~ that FA~ an~l the health center Lali totally~ sol~ the problem IT IS {litfit ult to belies e Marstor, '~ould make such a liaiiiitic coriiflhiIiiicflL unless he ~~as absolutely certain he LilijId rake ~oo~l it On he othei hand. it seeiis doubtful Sicison s.oWci purpcsel~ ilisrepresent his ability lo help in a crisis situation \V h IC (lies sceiii lik els is I hat Stetson did iot realize how Iai Mirstori is pepared to ~2O Into Uk's t';ti relatisels health flu d gets I hi' 'ear [F AS and the health center mug return to the stile niore than 32.3 million in unspent salary allocations. ONCE THAT aniount is repaid E&C s~ill receive 'ixis pet cent ol an further sjars 'as ings. C~ Cr Di Robert M atit~. Chancellor ol the State I nisersity S~ stern. said last month he did not believe there "ould be .in~ further saungs By the tinc they pay back the q lIe they "ill not h.ne tin sa' ings left. Maui, said. Unlike sMar~ money. sasitigs in operating capital and c~pense money in WAS and the health center can be translerred directly to E & It is ii this category C' of potential Savings that Marstons Th. Ind.p.nd.n~ Floddo AlIIg.$cr Tu.sday. February 4. fY75, Peg.? y commitment TOM SIIRODER ANALYSIS PCI ~~CCii~C must litter toni that of Stetson F & U anj~c~i to 'save $1.2 million h~ eliminating purcha~c ol hooks a rid eq uipnicnt A another sn rig' ot about S4(E.(fl) "as colucd by curling operating ~pendittii'e~ to the point 'there as one dean described it. it is no longer reasonable to expect to have paper on s.hich to print a Thai exam Will I FM, and the health center look on ~initlar action' in heir own hudris a' savings? IF MARSTON finns it necessary inexact suchsacrfkesfrom t.I F's two snialler budgets to save E & C will ibey feel unfairly used" [he question is no'. out ifiheir hands regardless of the cost to norn~aI operation in WAS and the health center. Marston cannot afford to oil in his promise. If he doe, UF and its president niay never regain a scmblance of credibility V 'I Si ilL U K if Street too EDITOR: Gainesville's IWPOINTS people much Jeff Street Ca rden as people gives story pomp, article on too much pomp and prestige to the urchin life. I find it difficult to give so much credit to individuals with such hypocritical philosophies. I marvel at their idea of complete independence for actually they arc totally dependent upon other' to fulfill their wants and needs. One who relies on sponging and sparechanging to survive is hardly a completely independent person. insomuch as theirs is a ''lifestyle of discovery and identity'', how much can one discover or identifS' with at the bottom of a dumpster? I will agree that their lifestyle is movement, for when they get kicked out of practically every place they go. they have no choice but to move on. I seriously doubt that Gainesville's stint A few ends prestige freaks are idealized by college students or anyone else. I rind their physical appearance ofTensive. their attitudes obnoxious, and their philosophies shallow. One of their biggest rebellions appears to be against personal hygiene. I find it impossible to relate to someone who wallows in his own filth and cannot respect someone who does not respect himself? What a pity it is that I. with all my inbred ignorance and loneliness, should be deprived of such a life? Think I'll quit school and start cruising the dumpsters (surely my .ct will come together then) and, to think, all that free IOOd! Far out. Hey man, spare drumstick? Nancy Regar {4AS) EDITOR. While it may not seem by some standards very sensible for me to dispute statements made by a strong defender of' the University Library. I think that it would be best for all concerned if some misinterpretations in Ms. Ella Kay Carl's letter. Helping the library', were modified. She objects to the 'elimination of new book purchases. cancellation of magazine subscriptions. and decreasing hours of operation so drastically Let me comment. On December .3rd '.e agreed with the Vice ['resident to discontinue placing any new orders for books until I iuly. This means that approximately 562.000 out of S7~.OW will not be spent. No magazine subscriptions have been cancelled. The hours ot operation of the libraries have only been decreased by the elimination of Friday evening service. 7-10 p.m. in Engineering and AFA, which were very sparsely populated then anyway. This was partially necessitated by the fact that the legislature failed to increase our OPS funds. "hile we had to cope with another minimumwage increase. At any rate, the lIbrary's 01'S funds were not decreased, as many other units' were. It was su~ested by a news article the other lay that an additional SllS.~) was being demanded from the University Library. Unfortunately this sort of information can be misinterpreted and I think it was at this time. Actually, it was suggested by the Budget Committee who looked at the fiscal records that this amount of money might possibly be cut from the library budget. After our presentation of facts to the adniinstraton". the request was modified downward greatly because it was hated that the academic value of the library would indeed be damaged. While any reduction in funds to the University Library certainly has an efhct on present service and future collections, it is my opinion that these reductions in the library budget for this one year will not be disastrous. But it must not happen a second year! GA. Harm Director of libraries Cheating not result of business EDITOR. In reply to 'Cheating Reflects on Business Ethics." I disagree ,. ith Mr. Trucidell's sloteflient: It is I) pica) that this ,~iassflt ring of cheating jt L' F occurred in the Businen Department.' Has it not occurred to 'ou IMr. 'r~hg&1E *di~i tbere are honest and moral business students who may reel cheated' by their own fellow students? In addition, there are other reasons: (I) This 'cheating ring represents only a minority of business school students: (2) There are many vtn'flq p1u~dyqndJ ace~j'~t because we want to learn; and 3) Your perception of business ethics' ib cone tradictory to our goals. I do not defend the actions of those who were involved In the cheating ring". but I do hope you and other students are just in judging other fellow students. Nrhaps there is something we can all learn Iron, these recent "ents. S ethics May I suggest that students call attention and urp the freulty to take mow 'drastic" security measures. I~ addition, we may alto be more alert in rebreuct to unfair practices and opportwdsts who may try to have their own salbA wa~ Emma Maria Stndo iDA VI r 4' corrections ~1 F r> -t 'C-. '5' AZ The Independent Florida Alligator bog 0.1Eon Cuonlntni I tS4SbWSt$ hue. AUOCIS St., C.tg. KcchOfliC Jr Photo Sitor 0mg Fec., Mmdl Kwtnbfl ~. Si. IjM. * .-

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jal ~~vcttiSIflg rites 11. nd.p.nd.n. fond. MIigmbr. rg.d.y, F.bru.,y 4 ISIS, Por9 Nobel 'C ~~2 S DR. IVARGIAUVER Here We~eSy Year Proclaimed By (iF Senate Internatlmal WomuVs Year (lfl) has been declared by adaption of a resolution by the UF Sate. The resolution flfl In part: "Women tinugint the world are asking great progre. In alleviating dmerlmlnatlui against their a and, yet, face an arduous struggle to dismantle banners in employment, housing, credit, and a wide ranged other social and legal issues. 'The leaden of the winiest's movenient, battling thorn who still embrace outdated comqt EU. role of want in national and InternatIonal life, have organized grasp. to accelerate the drive toward full and equal rights and will not yield until thus rights are we In fact as well as In law. "Women at the University of Florida have stive to achieve full and equal rights for wanrn In GaInesvIlle." ACCENT Seeking Student Workers ACCENT, liFt evut-plannlng Stallhats,, I. taking a atadm far 'pimg quartinr paUSpada. in Roe S (I the J. Wayne 35W UnIon. ACCENT will bay. a complete changeover In puimel at the u.d at This ~mfle. ass a dma a~ before Febuary 176w J.h. in areas at Publicity, qnkus -penomaet Tallahassn, Jar, Tampa Travel Pools Pushed Fac* as swam traveling tO and frn ~na~a. and the Ja~Oflyule and Tampa -are isainded that the Oils S bSc au Parking keerisabavskbmnmgolnstotitom 0mM to Sue Wuitact TrOt and Parking at 105.341 ssongtedat.atawplabmln this way Ms an be cenhined, saving DIUg3~yuj~q CHADL DEE Monday Febuary 3, hi die deadline for ('it thuiSm S imflilm and all relg.4 materials to the Thesis S the GnAsh 80.5 lit ROSS 380, Grist Nail. If O?)PoftunitylAffli.ei,, Action Employer As Two Winner 0 Series Surface Physics and Immunology" IS the topic of biophysicist Dr. Ivar Giaever in an 8p.m. public lecture Wednesday In the Reitz Uwon Ballroom. Giaever who won the 1973 Nobel Prize In physics, will discuss hi what he terms an elementary way the reaction betweeD proteins foreign to the body ~antigens) and the proteins manufactured by the body in response (antibodies) and how the reaction can be measured. However works for General Employment fr 0 Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. The lecture Is part of two lecture series: "Mobillmtlon of Mind and Matter for Tomorrow's World," which the Graduate School presents with a grant from the Alumni AssocIatIon, and "FranInterview This The Career Planning and Maca CaSe, acheS. unpIaymeS IntervIews for cOtDpanlu refiling scamp. SbadmU amId sip qiw Sank. at least me day In advance In Romi G-fl of Ret Union. Employee 'Sting campus Feb. 5-11 are listed below. Wedue.day-Artlwr Andersen & Co., General Electic Co., IUL Macy Co., Peat ?durwlck Mitcheli & Co., and Procter & Gamble Co. will be IntervIewIng mi campus. Thursday-Hartford Insurance Group and Union Car Nd. Carp. will be Interylewlug. General Electric, Peat Marwick Mitchell, and Procter & Gamble will cetinia their rea. Friday-Union Carbide concludes Iti interviews. Aim neSting tifl will be Allied Chemical Corp., Southeast Banking Corp. Wheelabrator-Frye, Inc., and Atlantic Richfield Co. Monday-the Army Material Command, Carolina Eastuan Co., the Ceco Corp., Naval Ordnance Station, Pratt& Whitney Aircraft, U.S. Patent Office, and Arthur Young & Co. will be talking to students about job. Next ThesdayChicago Bridge & Iran Co., Coopers & Lybrand, Hewlett-Packard Co., St Regis Paper Co., the U.S.A.E. Waterways Experiment Station, and Westinghouse Electric Corp. will interview. Pratt & Whitney will conclude their interviews. 500 Switch from (IF Plan To State Health Insurance Approximately 509 employees changed from the University of Florida Blue Crass Blue Shield insurance plan to the state plan before the no-medical-report deadline in November. This leaves approximately 2,4K employees in the UT plan, says Mary Ann Green, fringe benefits director of the Office of Personnel Relations. ApproxIniately 3,30 UT employee are now enrolled in the state plan. Mrs. Green said that a large number of employee who elected to remain with the UP plan are paid fran other personnel service (Ofl) funds and not eligible to switch to the state plan. The UT plan for family coverage costs $1143 bi-weetly. as of December Iflm an Increase went Into effect. The state plan cuts $14.41 N-weekly, with th. state contributing an additional HE. Mrs. Green said that the state plan alters considerably higher benefits for Medical Education Lecture Thursday Dr. A. MeGehee Harvey. physIcian-Inchief emeritus and distInguished service professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. will present a public lecture. "Medical Education: How Did WeGetileff and Whet Are We Ucilig?" the Health Cutter. Dr. Haney's talk, ~narid by the Departniit of Medicine, will explore the Impact of historical events on the revotutlout In medical education in the early Mdi century: examine preset practIcal In medial education standing from that revolution and possible changes resulting in future medical science and patient can. physIcIan's fees and a more attractive plan for major medical expenses. She aid that the state plan should offer additional benefits in the future. Persons desiring to banter to the state group must now fill out a medial report and have it approved. This can be accomplished by telephoning 302-1226 or going to roan SUA HUB. Arts, Sciences Seeks Teacher Of Yea Nominees The College of Arts and Sciences Student CowrIl Is beginning its march for the 197445 Teacher ci the Year fran that college. Any indent may naninat. a faculty member within the College by filling out and alxnltting the proper has Spa--and informatia are available at IN Anderson Hall. This week only, qnucrshlp -will also be available at table. at ~mtaIde the main esabanee to Ander sat Hall. No deadline has bout at for inninabourn, but the Arts and Science. Stain Channel hope. to roaSt a dedula by the middle at Spring quarter. F* are JuIgedaaurtftm "S by students, Iflters of recommendatIon fran others and oluuvaflm S tSr pet nance in cia. by the Teacher Excelimee Committee at the Student Council. The Teacher at the Year will be banned at a diner givat In Jmie, along with other Teed., cite Year selected fret the vulam esile gee -aspen. QuestIons regarding the Arts and Scisre Teacher at the Year mrS. may be directed to Eddie buyer, Council member, at an-im. To Here Forces tiers of Science," which Is pmssted by the flop. riaset of Physics and Astronomy and College of Arts and Science with a pant from the National Science Foundation. DmainRed~ John Mitts, Music Departuent faculty member, will present a baum recital at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Belt: Utile Ballroom. He will be hacked by HarpScord, stings and horns. Advertising -PR Day. Advertising and Public Relations Days will be held from 9:5 tin. to 4 pan. today and 9:06 am. to 12:05 p.m. Wednesday In the Bait: Union Auditorlum. Well-known proluulonals will aplain their husks, 19Th-style, to students in related field. Guest speakers Include Ramon G. Gaulke, vice president and general manager of MarMailer Inc. advertising agency In New York, ad William F. Noonan, vice president and general manager of Burson-Marsteller public relations agency Political Theafre Mark Amitin, coordinator at the Univenal Theatre Movemat Repertory In )iew York, will speak on "Political Theatre" atS p.m. Thursday in Mccarty Hall Auditorium. He also will conduct a high honors workshop and an acting class for the flepartnent of Theatre. Game. T.rinmst A three4lay Intereolleglate Regional Games Tournament at Relti Union begins at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. Canpetitors from more than 30 colleges In Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Mliiiwill test their skills in due (Rooms 348 and 147), brIdge (Roam 361, 362 and 383) and table lewis, smoker, pocket billiards, three-cuhion billiards and bowling (game area). Winners in sane events of the Macelation of College Unions InternatIonal totnamet will be eligible to compete In inn advanced ellmlnatlais. VaN. Lear. The Cuban Student Fedntie will sponsor a lecture by authw-educatar Nelsa~ ViM. at 7:10 p.m. Friday In Roan 1053 ArchItecture and Fine Arts. Dr. Valdes will speak on 'People.' Power in Cuba." a, mu Undergraduate and graekata arelitectore students will aihibit structural -gr~ -vidw tapes and flu' projects frei9 am. to 4 ML Wedneeby tinugh Friday in Born 110 in ArchItecture and Fine Arts Building C. The public Is wake. Board manhes S the Florida Amelation, American InState S Arc Stecb~ also will -the edaiNde dating a scheduled meeting at Une Univuity Thnday and Friday. naumpty flew An eflibtiat S La Kul.W arrealMe pbtagrapb.y will apem I. S. TeadSg Gallery Wednesday faa seth stayTim 4ojibcto Sow -ammt bled by the VImI Beadle. W In bd.S.t, N.Y. The Gaiety, In ArSItecbar, and VIneArtsBulIdlng C, Is ape frcm9a.m. toumaandfrmltolpan. weekdays. The lit ama) Art Faculty ~Ab Sm. at Univa Sty Gallery will caSe Feb.ltualsryhewsm9aatol p.m. Mfljr treugia Friday aS 1 loS p.m. SaSsy. Speak Combine Women's Schedule Week a.

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P. IC, Th. I~.p.nd.ntPloddc AjIlgotor, TueMby. hbv~ary 4 1PS AD VE#TIS IN C Just in case you don 'tknow w ho your College Councils are and what they can do for you: JOtJEHALJSM COUNCIL Stadium 23) PH. 373W01 Reed Somb.~ Prn.d.n* Mon Geogler Vice-Prskd.nt Shirley Mdlngton Treasurer Me~ai hfle.~ I. and.,. Lowing. t J.n,.IIu. Uhnvy 3. 1.cher beludon HEAL1I4 EBAIW PIOSIOIdS COUNCIL NI-7 MIS. PH. 3922631 Merit RobItoill. Pt.edent Thomas Smith VIc.-PrSd.nt JoMne Mahoney Treasurer Michel. D.4orloIs Secretory M4 Actyifi.: I. CaNeg. He. C.,,v.c.iIo. 2. Mns.I H.R.P. Cpa, Ibis. 3. MvI.vy bard to C. and Fuculty Canniteet OSCISUY COUNCIL Box 143 M.S.B. PH. 3?8q146 Randy Brown Choirmnor Mien Kaplan S.cr.Iory ~*I. Aciwiteet I. F~.a.t. Stud.' AH.d.nce M AeIeS,,S Cnvolh.,s 2. Halpe Sweet Medial C.av biery Cerd NI. leek b I. M.de.nlc Advhc'y beid to Ce. PHYSICS JCAflON HeALtH AND MCII AlloW COUNCIL tacos 302 FlorIda Ojm PH. 3920584 Richard Nordsvom NSM.t Jerne. Mdorlan. Ac.Pte.$d eq. I La. HeM.nen Treurer So. N.y S.c.et.y a: ).Sd.Ie*lp. C.v.c.tIee Md Iwent. C. 2. Spe. USe.' Rep ree.ab.e so Ad. sal PAMFU US. C-a3. Student AadernI. Aivh.q Beard to he. SWITCH EdGININO COUNCIL 216 Lanen Hali PH. 377.8737 Tony Perez-Falcon Pte.Ideot Nancy Sletor VIce-Preuid.ot Paul Arnold Secretary L.e Moyhew Treasurer Maje. Advlb.: 1. bglne.'. hi, 2. h.dlq .4 TechnIcal and PMesenal Stud.ot Societe. a 3. CMkge ScbehM.Ip AOIICULDJEE COUNCIL 1001 McCarty Hall PH. 377-8187 Pool tendnmn. ~ Orlando Lonni W.-Pr.sJdeit Undo Locket? Secretary tony rod Trecior., Mejer ActIvlIIe*: I. UnIV.iStv Camoinlty G.M. MhCt 2. Agdtubi PS, 3. NhIIc.fln .4 AdgSNew. Lab, UNIVUSITY COUEGI COUNCIL Bo* 378 UnI. Hell PH. 392-1521 Neal Merit. PrnJdeM Scott lOdE., VIcPte.ident Steve Hag. Treasure. Sharon Mikios Covve~onding Secretory JoAnne SuSowicz Recording Secrelory M.Ie. Mtvffiw 1. Speck. bMn Pee. MvI.emnet & C.,. Dey PHARMACY COUNCIL Box 561 M.S.B PH. 392-3401 Rusell W. *Ia.er Preuld.flt Joy Morrow VIce.Pre.id.nt Connie Stein Treasure, Toni Sowczok Secretary M.j. AcilvIlle.: I. CMI.g.4 99.nncy Cunculun' Review Study 2. PinE., of Yea. Aw.M 3. laterecIba(N.w. L.a.) SUSINES COUNCIL 2)4 Motherly PH. 377.7155 G.~g tihoin. hsd.M Dove Stewart 'AcePr.Sde.,t J.fi AsI. Treciorer Shervy DGIIo Secretory Meler AdvMn 1. Inbm,.b. SeeMS On h.dne cab,. 2. S.d. Nw Late. 3. S.d. Ta NI. I U ICAUCI COUNCIL 323 Norman Hall P14. 392-4489 Jim Pouch. Ne.Jdent Betty J. Hedge V1c.P~.~dent L.rea Harmon Secretory Jock Cuter lt.O.ur.r Mjer M4vIfia~ I. Calculete. Lab. IwewwIIe. Lab. Dim S~I. (SINS) andes New. Let. 3. AMa-VbJM Swell. .d NI. led. ARtS AND SC WE COWL lOG And. Hell PH. 392-2154 Geoff Yarema Paldetit Shelde. Ziptan VIce-Ptsdent Candy hown Treosire. Mrien Celdin Secretory Male, AcilvUe.: 1. Peer Mvl.a 3CWW 2. CScvIS.r t 3. hornet. ft. wily md. hand. ibiougA Oq.ub.d NURSING COUNCIL H-tO) Med Center PH. 392-375) Sandy Cleit Preddent KM.In.~ Nb. 'AcePresident Jane Nartiec ?mcaver VICId Heusinkveld Secretory Ma flu I. CeNege 16w. LaSer 2. reef eSeal Ce. Dey 3. Call.,. SdeIMdpe Mlbough ike BooM .4 College Council. Is only six meets old, It has becon,. -eNecliw. agency In c.wdlnSng College Casual mc UviSm. It hm .6. hog. to apseS Sudeat lobed by sewbug -en mdvluey heed to vedous edmIuIsrSv. office on caps. Really, In .Mn is pw~ cqmmunlcSSoe mE 401flmNon wihs in' frSI~ comaudy leg IOwa. S sMoking assure. ib. herd Isodvely maldeg W670 to bet apasont Sudettit JIM POUCH!, Need. Board of College Council. *wb. 4 % C This .d~namd h~ iImh~S~d of Csihg.CeuacIl. ----Bring this to you seunol or to I Room 129, Tigert Nail .*.* .* LAW COUNCIL (J.M.SA) J.M.BA Low Center PH. 392-0490 (9:SI.OO) Craig WoMan Plaident Mete Sn.d.k.r Vlce-Pte.Id.nt Mildred Hlgge.n Secretory Ben Aye. Treasurer Meje. M4wItns 1. Ut.dz MM USA 2. Student I.ng. I G. enneet t.al Council MCINS COUNCIL Sex 4)8 MedIcal Ceuib. P14. 392-3073 Zovi. N.wmor4t Pveddent Ronald PIder 'Ace-Preddefit M4e. Aelivitee: I. Pen hr Medial Studes a~a.m 2. Pweneed M.dhal Ceele. Betery NI. Seek tuIm.ge 3. U.S. SeEwee S#u.denb end Faculty u*uumuuumuuupuEuuuumummummI We want U U U U I your Input Council _______________ I Name __________ a Phone____________ U U a I *4~U U U U U a U a *-';'-t -UU I U I.s.as.ii.w.i.0I I

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S IWO TIME RECENT Tiofry LIN WINNE IN HAIRCUTTiNG UNISEX HAIRSTYLIST lOW AT' 1~ NO. DM0 IN TM U TS 37346U nEW. UNIV. AVI AT WUTOATE SHaMING CNTR. 1 IGHT THRIFT STOREINFLATION SEE OUR COLLECTION OF NEW AND USED FURNITURE. RECYCLED NOTHING. HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ND ANTIQUES -WE BUY AND SELL 1045. MAIN 2 blocks off Univ. Ave. 372-9151 Rfltppgjgg Love for Sal. at the GO.rev S Shoppuno Or on N Main is th. pioce our ittle animal friend. soy hos the things tot mok. them happy And pets for your happiness I La Papillon 332$ MaIn Recyded Clotties 25c to $30 tues -sot lOam 6pm 278 9525 gratefully accepted Do n a I p o rb fl~, QUARRY Rock. A Minerals we carry oquoro rock minerals Job equipment & suppbs. Custom design jewelry speciaLty Visit the Cocius Cord,, 922 NW Ms 5*. 373-3872 for those ci you nIerested an No*olqic Nonsense. Ont. Upon a Ilns Aatlqu.s6NEIssAv. has o wide ossorinien, of old.n but golden atoms AJI.ns Aquatic and Trod Bookpocks Rugby Shirts, VVoolrach Shitts Whit. Stog Speedo Bathing Suits Full 'in. at Camping Gear S Scuba Equip 3448 W UnLV 373.9233. DIN OP DIN U UP N Ye, Allic w. hove books bikes. desks. bed. old ~eliy Unomit. new & old 9I~ NW 41. St 376.9445 NO. I lHRlfl STOM -Why spend mor, ton you hov, to see ourod this pog. 3041 MaIn. We buy and 1.111 Th. VIolM Ho. -Corn. Gon.viII.s only Mrlcon VIoI.t Speciolisls 300 of vouleti. to choos. fran,, lost NIC* Me.? Gigi Prmn'. s u a An. p. non ci ond lb. 177-8465 for he Final sound .quipm.ot an thu pori of F4orldo, Md. Mt. in ft. MilIhopper Shoplng Ct ho. long b.n Mcognhx.d *nthgj.io.t, by Os Gon.villes lines. For ft. I.o.l .xp.,siv. price br all floral n.&, visit bat. P. Howl WhoI.S. Av. Rem.rnb.r. 210 NW In We're o retail *UEUUUUUUUUUUEuUUuuUuuuEEuUuEuEuuuEuuuuEuEUUEuEuEuuuUUu EUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.UUUEUEEUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUEUUUUEUUUUUUU ----------------------~1 G~. vow AS o Hand PStsd entiree Gift &hnotbo4 UOZbud*gt uouuei., WIqj pur%, r 1300 whA tNt COUPOn. Coup. Cued rub. 3J.b. 141975 PLATTER GALLERY lib ShqpIng Carat 171.0202 ----------------------------a ------------I You can have' a COUPon I ad on this' page for' $7.92 ~S Cal 376.4482 I ---mm urns coucon-a--~~~1 ALL RAyon DANNON YOGURT (4) far $1. UMIT 12PM CUSTOMER COW PU. 410th OP AS LG4GAS SUPPlY LASTS. OTHER EARTH in0B4 tOCAT1G4S 604 NW 13th St. S .Milihopper Shopping Center ----------------A Azena --..h -~Sa~& -..t ~ A .~' T. -----------------------I OF ALL PAINT JOBS aTUNE-UPS I THIS WEEK AT Joe's Paint & Body Shopi 5! K WeahoafferlowlabsOfl mechanical mpatsJ ----I. ---------------------I I Your own penonaized Valentku's Day cards I I canpuS awl piked aCOSU t w" bibi, I $2 off regular prlc* Campus Comm imloatlons I I Call Peggy 3764482 L. --:: -------------------~ S -----------------rAREV~flJ GOING TO NEED A RESUME?' 1 [FT US na IT NOW AND GET 100 I PERSONALIZED ENVELOPES FREE I WITH ThIS coupotd I I I Renaissance Printing res I S --------------s.a a~ I i I I -t NESS PING Moth. bM. S4 NW lab St ho. a wide vovi.ty of Nolurol proud. for ft. total body .*p.rlnc. Visit us soOn I MALONE For oil rn.os I styling n.d., wOm.n5 lOir Ii. Country Sqol. ot I-fl 4.wb.,y End ho. ib. .spertIs. to do lb. jb Ight. For app. coil 3775454. Dily. out soon. U-VALENTINES DAY SALE wilt ith ape 10% OR-ALL J lUll? 20% ow -ALL clam'-, WALL HAUGINUI A VASD stEw eqim Feb. II. C 31. 'V 377*81S3 IOsSS4aU v ikIS4uU Miss mu uwas. ~ K see the Alligator VALENTINE'S DAY EDITION Coming Thurs., Feb. 13. SPECIAL VALENTINES MESSAGE PRINTED FRI. P13.14 IN THE CLASSIFIUDS CALL 3764446 The lnd.p.nd.nt 14od4 Alligator, ru.doy. Februory 4. 3975, Pap. FOAMELY Of MAnwN~ 1 i26 Hawthorne Rd. 373-036b I

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P.,. It 1%. Isd.p.d.n, HeelS. MII.ww. IcaSey 9.MsyL 1975 MCMI NUNIUS CL ssI DS or? heir rot ''rid 6 hoir, tiobile horn. or noirnctS I,. easy way Ciii FEE IS R~FQNDABLE Jot 0. 130am II FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT RIALTOP 0,.'? hyb sii 700 05W Mb Ave an .7~ SuItor bd'. S months old p.*eti cond eQ $166 now W9 0. bat o~.r .,Io Nikon with F T N ,t. 'rust socrftc. ~20 or beit oil. oh' 3774436 (A 10t45-P) 211W. Uh A. 377.513 LAST NIGHT Annq.~. 955 ~od truck bcdy, iteb onoin. *,c.19.nt Need. rronsn,.ton Co" Oo~'d 3732224 ~.p Irying 6 66 p1 I 973 lordo 350 ~ Conditior, with helmet Cal' ~oqd 3732224 keep *rytng (0 '09-66 p I~S Porijoc o,~e storon worn AMIM odo odory air heat.r luggage od rower steriro ape d.ck outornotic super dean $750 370-593' {o-5t-70-p~ Soc's 'en -speed leesp.rit wt*k lock and chor~ two months od 570 ~ 3425 204_SW 2nd A~e 373-6918 ~5t 7Op~ F~EED0AA Sler, von camper n-c, eFec, sink s*%dg-cor~et ope-dec~ non's tl ',*.i'm. o~tvrtcJn,** on4y $995 S. 0' solo.' comporound n ohochuc 051 0-pj 073 mobil. horn. 2 60 2 b.~roon'~ .t$rnI Ot r het, hA I~, lutflihd 5) 2~ souly & oflume no,. of 75" month or o~. otici jon.I 373-2064 n-h YOp ~ !r'LJ At 'pit STA ~C ste-cc ~IP!IP! V ( I'Lt' 2 ~o*n&e,, t tlpcOrAon. I 0ih~ cd ~i -,t, 08 34? c, 3Q~ 9045 5 I p A Sor'vo B rock 2 or A chonrei with' .nok.'s E,.c.iIert conditionn Asking 95 dollar, or best ofis, Need Moreyl Call 3778316 'o2, 73-p) ~chwn Met, *3 tp good shop. *Qtits 140 A J *y*nrngs 392 0472 days 3fl 9564 o2t ~4-p} ~ulIoco 25 972 $~ roberts S rock tecOrde? 51W (hoyt, 964 .ini greg? S~ poforotd cp II 520 Birtoir, 0 p.ev oy $I~ 3734)67 (a 3-'4p} Super Ef4ici.nI SIC Formv In 4 *~'.ok.r, ~.r*.ct condr"on only 8 Months old Upgrade your system with the. guohit~ ;peck.,s WV. money 5265 373 72~ o 3' '4-p1 BS.A irOtorrycl. 60 650 *O5I and d.p.ndobl. ronsporlotion $5~ Also 22t v eI.orr bo.boo.d heoter 590 JiM 177 4158 04* 74-c AKC .~,ste.d g*rrnor shepero pupies Jrol.,S week, old wormed by vet hod dots 5)~ coIl 373 05~7 nlter 3 ~M 10 4l~-_ ,n speed yen bk. eucelient Lotion 170 with ho,, lock CoJI 372 ~0S6 everIngs In ii '2 p FOR RENT WAN' TO MOVI' It you des.,. to rove 'ron, your p.sent OtOtiOr we con .1~1 sub1.' br find you a roornrnot. *rnriedictely or ~O C~t United Read E.toq Anoc Inc 3 NE Mb Ave 3fl-692 Ib-Ir 55-' ~p1 to sublease available feb24 close to ompus 2 bd' toOl 72 no 3784336 ofiff 5 pm (* ot-7W NO tEAM lC lASt MG~t~4 2 bedroom urr~.b.d unrts fray,' 5)35 -non*. rclud. *0*4,. sewage garbo. pickup peui-control and yard care Pycir,. View MObile ~itIoe 378-MI? or 3fl 3284 b-2~-4Qp) *enole ro.mr,,oI. wanted to thor. room a wo bodrooni opt cok oral opn S'S 4 0 month immediate occupo~c, coil 3fl-5~l (b-St-7Op) NOUM IN bE C0UN1R~ Eight nil's to ron.pn. P*s O( + -3 tAd Coil 372-Vet (b-St-g-p} O0A~Th WANtED sublr a A bern, -. --shag carpet aerate frem T1r~ $92 mc contact *b. place office or 60. (b-5t-70-pI No ~o'J, nato. heuse on Ok. Santo Fe need on. k ho,. with SI~ mo, ut's incld qtiet cmp.' dhs*,wv perch yard don iS-IOU V6-) b-SID.p) Ininiediate Occuponcy 3 bedroom api cnlr.I heci ond air with poe' 215 pr month coik 373-2209 or p3-3464 b-SilOp I $20 wek'~' U.n by .v.rek or Month this ustie 2 8. horn. No loose. kitchen e~u.pped. chtldr.n 4 p. OK,, locot.d minute front he city Idea? for students or 'Ohiple eel,. hurry or, his onelt 13012) Open Qom-Spln 2k $14 Wolk *.ClutiV* listing nflt dr & fully 'oat long Pets Co., Qon.-p.n 3 b t4oose 3776092 a compusil &ond new This spacious nOt WIth .qu.p.d titchef, wont OK' 377 -4992 5)50 Walk or bike to campus Iron, I,', fantastic location CI-tI&en & pelt OK I203~ Cost, Qom-Spir 377-4992 Ftr.ploc. 3 dr 2 boih with heat o,,, den corpdIs.& *ope, pals *.lcorreli lfl) 0e 9on'-0~n' 3776992 $85 month 141,1 dlat Pd Coiy apI with it *Ouippd kitchen No ease 'deol or ,ludents or coupleil I 275) J~ tied ~eoJ Estate Anor i?3NE i6AvS 0*fl 7 toys 377 6002 ~LJB~E~ BR FLJRN AP' i oyrnr V sot VA & Shards (Cr lit i~eot dish .,osher pool, etc ovn~ ~Aar 376 3753 otter 5 pm b-Jt73-p) role rOOrT'0I* needed Own Oat,, thud coil ran, olter Oar,, S~ W no 42-0772 b.di73-pl Fern roonote needed now own room 580 W anne or morgo cIte. 5 o~ villO4* OptS 1~ illities Cal' pm 377 208 Ib!~ut~ ~CO~i; ~it 0 ttvt~e ~ai. One bI~ 0 51 hoif Fob 9*p tans. I LIne 'SO '"o autot 2nd f 'Pt. 37' '50 0' ,oniht 1~ den Lb St 7 Fe., oonno9e needOt] o' Ploc. Apt C. bdm $97 ~ apt WoW Cot Vgi!o 992 'Ai2 or 375 636. or"t ~y N~ 6 b St 'I p % 'leodo~.s I~n LI' r, shed c~or Men' 2 ~ tInt co'p. drnp. A( poto 000k Cr, t~ouriI by F.b0t $7) 096cr 373 5171 LI B~A1 THE HOVSIN~ SI40TAaI'I 'jaw is he in,. to star, rockingg for d.ot home to, spqlag Cl foil qlr hove nary I .sti rgs ova 0 or then YrOi depot! con hold it to you 'odoy 3,76092 SNOWS liii TONIGHT 91,01 we C Cal FREE t Ott'. 'I vs. I .4 7u1@ 9t L T 4 I A"THE FAMILY" STARRING OIAALES IRONSON TILLY SAVAIAS

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Th~ ~ MI&gSer. JeS~ bbrv.q 4 JUl. Peg. iS FOR RENT 2 *EMA~ RCX)MMAI~S wonted tot ;ranch Quorte' A~' 5635 MIll's ach a11 3739155 (6 St 74.p lad rrt twoilofi VIllage Apti -l%&wn Roan~ ~ bosh I66~ p. IUI* anfrnih~ 7Q.75 tutnshec ,,0~-e o~er~'ng coil 3'2 2364 b 2t U.) AA04 N NOW1 ~ common ndd is hate I b.drrT' ow ,r~ 595 MOnIIi + 4,1 Poet cable Iv Call 2,31094 ~ 5 6 2' ~e. 'I boa for rent n.a' 'orflpfl bes.,.~. Cu Moik at 371-fl& 6.9.,. Open 63-fl.) tug. 2 St fuinitlied, air cond'.ion.d wigb.l. horn. of, spocdO~5 101, very clo. ewmpu. 11350 rnOfl*, m M no, nmnory 3'7~49 6)749) 0 sskl.' close It compOs fuqn,*ed Cj~ 37S0114 5-S pa, 2 M*ocai $140 t AC lb 2t 73-~ l.s.l. roommate shot. two bedroom -~i tro4 alga. govd.n. 8750 + W iAhlif4 374in (b-5t-~2-,~~ .wor, for r.nt ntlud'ng all Ailiti. gad *ahtatiQn let mc. infOrmoFon tpby 4W nw 13 Si -call 3fl-92S2 ~ for ~ona~d (b) 72-ti 2 be 'otis 5125 no include. let reqt IlWdposiIC~lOr5uOflOt $72 -sEn. 5 pa, I.ncat.d in MebI. C$y WANTED 2 roornrnsn to rOot sle. in .r, 2 Sin lnfld -$60 mc If WillIng 10 *s or 05 no for own tin 4 spI. deposit sutier Cdt's 376-0129 sle Coma,. needed *o shore Vhp Pork opoi4in*n' 52 25 a inonit, end jilitei CoIl Pon, gi Shelly after 4~ 3134291 II .'ol n.01. 'oor,,mate wonrod *o share 2 bdrn OrO* let IS 'ocos.d 'n country pd.n aol, 158 month 4 ;t~ I co'1 Study in Guadalajara, Mexico Tt, G&JADALAJARA SUkWER SCItOOL a full *coeOited jNt VARSITY OF ARIZW9A prOs an, wI11 oVt~, Jujw 30 'a August thrOpOlOgy at, #4.taIdon 'OdIt lOre geoaradly, Iditoty g0~tfl 11401 I JOiuh*e at.d lileritute Twt'a,, wilt., 1)90 board awe 'Oem sill, tietic r ally $245 Wt"e IOGUADAI.A)A~A$UWAEP SCICOL 413 Flew. *s~chorog~ Urn war sify at A' p 2Ot'J ?cJc icr Arrona S5~2I Buy anygiont. large or nmdwi peuc ci r~Jor pric, and receive on. pizza of Ike next aaolhr size with equal number of mgredints FREE! 511mg this ad. And FuL4dms FibS ~1tttW!4MfrAYr S WANTED -* --))t & SilVf~ T'~~ 4 ',t l)ti'r~ r!fl95 old !PWPI V ~* a~~f (leo' 0~ a On. 373-3894,c 5053 ern'iI. 'nob 0,0 0<' ~'iHfr~O ,.'], F' 5' JE SinaI. rOOnCIC ,Iried $55 3 .jtiiIr~~ ~*ry LhCt' ~ ii 3~B-5524 5~ 72 p~ iberol *oon~nn.~ "Ole a' kerrne '~ ,r~ 2 br opt oc 0004 Sb, 0%e rQ (omp~is 10250 Ofi' no ~,,l, SW 6th A~e 3~? l0l9!~si;2~ -'nd a ploca to Lye and tel 0 "U dor~yoorr Ptaler roan, ,n haul. or op, ~do.k.ng p'olenronn, Ccii ~! ~ 377 1452 ~* ring pleots it 3i 74 Mel Io qen'' 'oqaihar wI ~0r ~fl P house awn ,,,~ Irks o tbn~rbA 'Al ecIly d'0 do9s Intl 'I' 5, ~ Li,1 Si., or Syton 1706964 K 5' fl p I or 2 leinore 'oorvrol., to, 2 bedron", 2 both turn 00t ul LZourr, -nrdeni 160 ro LilIes 37? ,~ ~, ~ p HELP WANTED LIc.ns.d '.0, asIola tnleboe.oo or notional conipony Quoroonted inlay COrflrns1on Coil Cory or Susre 377 4Q73 (~ ST-4C, AUTOS 973 block Sd-s COPWflI COUPE Lilly s~u~ped teother nt cccl lent andIron finn, 3'20248 otter $ pt,, t Sr 70 p} ~1 Vega "use 1en ~ 'ubm, 4( 0, idC~ 1,0' 40W 1 into oyt 15 i~4'Aj QQ 63* 5 '4p' *tlncr ni' s n'e1e able 'o 01 worIrso Ado,, ~ LOST& FOUND is' Ie~ie Cd )~ Ok 'ii'', ty 26i' ~r -I'' t, ~eward Cole 'eI~ us I j *'l ~onks Cal 77 B281 N ~5'e5 'o-nd Swo ~un ,V,0C ourt~
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Dolphins 'Moore reflects on pros By JEFF TUDEEN Alligator Sports Writer Nat Moore, lounging sleepy-e~red in his (,atnrsville apartnient one morning. spoke iiodestly of his successs at snagging Bob (iriese passes a' a Miami Dolphin rookie. Moore is back at UF, finishing up his BA. degree in Physical Education. He'll graduate In June. in time to rest helore otning the Dolphin cam1, br season No. 2. SEASON NO.1 wa~ a great one for Moore, though tor Miami it ended short of the Super Bowl for the lirsi time in tour year,. I-Ic taught 37 passe' tor 605 yards which placed him fourth in the American Football Conterence iii pass reception yardage. And this ~a' after Nat spent his two seasons at UF in the Gator backfkld. AT [IF' ONLY occasionally did he sprint out at the backfield to catch a pass. Why the success? MOORE plays do,&n the natural ability line.' He cn11)ha',ited the great teaching'' of two veteran Miami receivers. Ones Paul Warrield. the other Marlin Briscoc. He says they .rc responsible tor ~) per cent of the teaching I ~ot 'It ~.as a 'cries of luck and a couple of breaks tl~at gave nbc the chance to show what I could do, Moore said. THE BIGGEST or these was early in the season. Warflcld and Briscoe went down with in uric'. so Moore and Ho~ ard I ~ hey took (ncr the t~u stalling spots It rook a lot of pressure off, not having theni in the lineup. Moore said. Pi-essure or not. Moore was quite a replacement Just three games into the season. Moore was awarded the game ball afler his TO catch ignited Miami to a 21point fourth quarter sport against San Diego. WHEN WARFIELD recovered, there was no doubt either Moore or Twilley would have to go down to second learn "The coaches saw Howard to the bench and I started alongside Warfield. It gave me more confidence. It meant they thought I could do the gob as a rookie Moore said. Even Dolphin veterans were impressed. Fhe Tiame Nat Moore" became a household word 'ci describing Dolphin success. One of the most often repeated quotes Caine near mid-season. The Dolphins were showing first signs of looking their old selves when linebacker Nick Buoniconti said something to the effect that if the team voted then. Nat Moore would have been most valuable player. MORE JUST said: I know a lot of my teammates gave me good PR, good quotes and all. I'm honored. But, honestly. I was lust happy they accepted inc as a teammate, Nat specialized last season in the improbable catch -the pressure catch, often on third down with defensive backs all over him. He said playing halfback at UF helped a lot. As a hack, I was used to getting hit hard. to having people all over me." he said, Moore roomed with Warfield on the road. He says Paul and Briscoc grew to be his closest friends. "ON TOP OF ALL the help in practice. they would take me out and show mc all the spots when we were on the road. I plan on going up to Ohio to visit Paul and his family in February," he says. Moore chuckles now at a subject he says has really bothered him -the NFL Rookie of the Year award, captured hands down by Green Bay's Don Woods. Moore couldn't muster a single vote. I was angered at lint, probably because I got a lot of phone calls from writers asking me how close I thought the vote would be between Do,, Woods and I .I never thought fd get the award, but I guess I expected something." he sad. There's one thing, though. that he can expect for sure -plenty of playing time as a Miami Dolphin. Gators overtime 'Dogs Guard Anano Caldwdl .aak two crucial foul shots with IS stand. remaInIng In double overtime helping the Guts. to a thriving 107.104 victory over the Mhadppl St. Bulldog. la.t ~ht. Don k.ilc put [IF out hi IronI 104-102 wIth 30 seconds to go before GENE SHY leading Gotor scorer 107-1 04 Caidwell made good -the one and -attempt and upped the [IF lead to foe point. The Blido ant back with a basket but a Mhak.lppl St. technical foul whIch Calduell capItalized on, Iced the Gal., victory. The gain. was hotly contested throughout and at the cud of rqulatlon. the Gaton found themselves In their second constcsjllve overtime game. Rich Knar, hIt Jumper at the bunt. to sad the game Into the Ant o~enIme period but after the minute. the score wa, tied once spin at 9494. MIashaIppI St. forward jerry JenkIns led all wofln wIth 37 MintS while Ga Shy paced the Gate,. with 26. INTRAMURAL Today is the deadline for signing up for Men's Dormitory Ro.iling. La~ School Basketball, and Sorority Flag Football. Wednesday is sign-up deadline for Open League Basketball. Open League is a separatee independent league open to 'aruit~ or former varsityy players and those individuals ,ho ~ush to aipete in a higher competitive league. Contact the IM p41cc. 229 Fl. G~m. 392.0581. Gill Rudernian. president of the 1W Rugb~ Club. said rugby praflice nill be changed ftom Norman Field to Lake Bishop oversees course repairs By PAT McGRATH Alligator Spotta Wits. Clear the path! Here comes foreman Bishop! Uk's multi-hatted golf coach has again dug into his cap supply and surprised the '.orld by donning another heretofore unknown chapeau. Bishop. who aside from coaching one of the nations finest golf teams, capably serves the University Golf Club as resident pro course superintendent, tournament director, and advising counselor to his golfers or anybody else who confronts him with a problem. He might. lot' the next six weeks or so. be spotted around the golf course sporting a construction hardhat. LAST WEEK, major reconstruction of several areas of the course got undet way under Bishop's watchful eye. Gators take Flag ler UF's ~onlens basketball ream took flrst place in the Flagler Invitational Sunday by defeating Miami-Dade Community College South (~944. Sunday ilionitag the Lady (titers had dealt FSLT a 67-46 defeat to make it into the ~ en rigs thani pionship ound. THE GATOR CAGERS had begun the three-day tournament Friday night inning over Miami-Dade North by a whopping 7241. Saturday morning the ~.onen beat the University of Miami 58-45. but suftred heir lint and only loss from Flagler College 83.60 Saturday night. Against flU S-Il foardcenter Sue Chambers led the Lady Gators with 19 points. and 5-6 lortard Suzi Bro~nlee scored lb hitting 58 ~tr cent tram the tield. I animate %'al Bazaite was in double figure ~.ith 10 points. Bazarte hit 83 per cent iron, he field. In the Miami-Dade-South clincher 5-3 guard Bazart had 13 points. Chambers had 12 aid Brownice, Kathy Wagner and Fnnia Garcey all scored tO. Bro~nlee was 71 per cent Iron' the field, he Gators ~cre cold titiring the first half of the factoryy game tuth a halftime score of 42-14 Florida. The second half looked as if it ,Aould be more of the same until 5-5 forward Emma Grace ~tafled to score. BROWNLEE, PLAYING her second *year with the Florida cagers. had been benched by a foot injury until Friday. The North Carolinian hit 2W per cent from the free throw line f~. the entire tournament. Lady Gator Coach Paula Welch 'as speechless. She had been sutTering from la~ngitis since Friday. but no one could mistake the victoryy snile. ''It is absolutely terrific.'' Welch whispered .as she .'trained to add. 'Tk ,.omen played so ~.ell and deserved tIle victory.' [he Lady Gators see action again next Saturday against the Univcrsky of South Florida in Alligator Alley fl 10 am. SIJZI BR~NLE key player The major area of work is in and around the large lake that fronts the green on the par three eighth hole and crosses the fairway on the par three second. Here is a rundown of the face-changing operation: flit existing tees on holes number two and eighteen are being reteststructed. NEW TEES are being built on the second (both ladies' and regular), third. ninth, and eighteenth holes. Both the upper and lower tees on the eighth hole will be reconstructed and. in addition, a three-tiered tee will he fashioned. Also, a new ladies' tee will be built closeto the water. 'I don't want to lose my girls.' Bishop chuckled, Cretin on holes one. two, and eight are being reconstructed. EACH OF the tees and greens arc in close proximity to the lake which itself is being cleaned and graded. rhe dirt that is dredged from the lake Is bcrns used to manufacture the tees, which shows that the wily Bishop could also wear the hat of an economist. Ronnie Garf of Lakeland. an ex~UF golfer whom Bishop termed 'a big Cater' is the contour architect for the course. Together with Carl, Bishop hopes to rebuild andor add new tees and areas on every hole during the next five Years. I r ~ A. Pg. 4 legS.y. F.bnwry 4 197$ SRORVS Florida Alligator ATLJF, NATMOORE WASGATORS MAIN MAN' proved to be similarwith NFl. Dolphins

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.'.np.na.nv ronoc AJIi9OO~. lunacy. Fbvvory 4, I?75, Women in uproar but cov~rnnn i~ nd0ni into Okay ,omen, let in. as they 'Jy. put all LII tilt ar(is in the table Girls, you say that deep burning Ieeling inside *u ~ from the ~potts coverage women athletes ha~c hetn Well let stake a look at sports and its coverage THERE ARE TWO major factors which decidee "hat '~ilI into the paper reader interest and 'pace availability Now, the sports department should not run a public relationS Campaign for anybody. The department should not be there to promote sports but rather to report It I he newspaper is not going to flood the paper vith Mary Muppets 2 second 100 yard dash time unless (here is truly reader interest. Oh. IS women libbers might Write a letter to the editor rio~ cipressing how interested everyone i' iti ~M>T1iCnS sports, hut there only kidding themselves The interest lies in men sports and for a very good reason. They~e been around a Ic~ ----.-~flj -----mere 'cii -sa~ 2AXX) THE AMERICAN BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION (ABA) I\ ii CX&Cllcnt dndlog~ about torts and its coverage. When he XHA broke into the sports ~irld there "a' little tan increst 5*, there ~ as little coverage. keen ly. a her in any years ol play, the ABA tried to Convince the television networks hat it should have coverage. But the ilet~orks said Interest was not great enough and until vas -thumbs down. Sports departments are uot obligated to give anyone coverage And his point is Important to remember. The state TfliMht be obligated to make sure enough women get into law school and the nation might be obligated to make ,ure 'tomen have equal opportunity But the newspapertheir only obligation is to the reader. THE SECOND FACTOR in printing news t~ the space you haw available to print it in. There just isn't always a lot of I LOU BRANCACCIO that pure white stuft around to lay print on. Daily, both niens and women s sport stories have to be cut to fit then, in. When the sports department runs into this space problem the flrst consideration however, is to cut the news which has little reader interest. Good guess. its usually the wome&s sports. WOMEN'S SPORTS, mind you, is covered. It is found on the sports page almost every day. But women still seem to have their bras in an uproar as if the coverage has rubbed their breasts the wrong way. You've come a long way baby, but you havczCt come fat enough to jam sports stories down unwilling rea*lersthroats. "Cinderella" Saturday February IS 2:OOp.m. UniveriJey Auditorium UofFStudents Non-Students FREE $2.00 Children under 12, $1.00, must be accompanied by on adult. Suggested for Grades K-6 especially. "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail" Saturday. February Ii 8:15p.m. University Auditorium ~1 U of F Students Non-Students Fm. $2.50 __ V Tickets for non-students ore available at the University 8ox Office (Conatari' Theatre). University of Florida students may coIl 392-1653 to secure unpaid resrnvoflons. These reservations will be held at the University Box Office until 4:00 p.m., Friday, February 14. U PAICI4WOIK Q(JILUNG '0 0 -. 'V in. I5

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Pug. 16,11,. ind.p.nd.nt Rondo Aitlgaor. rundoy F.bruory 4 '975 Search for A dale for the rcconirienttatioi ol a nc~ Vice President tor Academic Aflair~ ha~ still not been set by the search committee 'We're still ir~ the pieces' ot gathering reference material, Until we get it in. ~e can't set a date for recojnnendation, And we clout know when we'll be getting the information in, 'aid Harry Skier. Graduate School. OF THE LIS~ University submitted drawal Utilities, dean of the UIOF 26 name' wi~tcr consideration, one has been eliminated, Dr. Dorothy Arata of Michigan State her request br withVP continues [)cari Sister MondaN a~kcd nenibers of the corn mitt cc to coil't uci a phone 'u rvev of all oil-campus candidates for recommendation. THE PURPOSE OF THE survey is to obtain a nore accurate picture of the candidate in addition to th mediation. according to C letters of Skier More people will open up on the phone. more than just In a letter,'' he said. Committee members were given an average three people each to contact. Sister predicted the committee would meet 'in about two weeks' to discuss the results of the survey goVt discuss Power companies, increased prices, and nuclear power plants will be discussed at [IF's third annual Public titilities (PURCi C Wednesday. on fe ten cc Sponsored by Research Center this Tuesday and the College of Business Administration, the conference will host more than 1W industry, government and education representatives is, the Gainesville 2900 SW 13 St. Center Director Dr. the conference will al Hilton power rotes~ executives and policy-makers Service Commission. The conference begins Tuesdayy and Finishes at noon in the Public at 9:45 Wednesday. Entrance fees are SIt~ for the public and 550 Ibr members of PURC. Speakers Tuesday will include State Senate President Dempsey Barron, PSC members Paula Hawkins. Eugene Brigham said low an exchange of issues and ideas between utility company Ad PR heads S A~hcrtising and Public Relations Days will be held for interested ~tu~Ient, at th Wayne Refit Union. The first session wiql be Tuesday. Feb. honi q 05 an, to 4 p.m. and the second wi Bill Bev.s and William T Mayo. College of Business Administration faculty menibers will present reports on research projects Wednesday morning. peak at seminar Rjnon (A. Gaulko, vice president and general e manager of Marsteler. Inc., an advertising agency in New York, and William F. Nonnan. I. vice president and general manager of II be Wednesday. Feb~~S. Ironi ~.05 am, to 2 05 in tiest speakers at ihe senhlnar will include B urson-Marsteller Public Relations Agency. I he program is sponsored College of Journalism. by the UP BONANZA EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT RIB-EYE SPECIAL ~1.49 Served win boked risp salad, with a cry] Texas T~st potato and choice ot dressLng, 'x~d NWICscme Arnervcn iLxxi at righ neigh bothj price' k. 2445 SEW. No tipping please. ,Iust leave us with a smile," 13th Gainesville, Street Fla. AN OFFER YOU CAN'T REFUSE SUPER LUNCH SPECIAL 10:30 am-3pm ONLY $1.25 Any Sandwich (except A Glass Of Beer Or Soft 0 Potato Chips Pickle Pitcher of Beer Only $1.00 Over 50 Sandwiches To Cho Open tiI 4 i~I DE rink ose From 7 Isis SW 13th St. 'I I How much do you know about (haifloilds? if you're like most young couples in love, you know very little. That's why you should plac, your confidence in a trusted name like ArtCarved. Each ArtCarved diamond is selected by an expert gemologist tar its superb Cut, clarity and color. When it meets ArtCarved's demanding standards. it s placed in a setting that enhances its beauty even more, Come in today to see ow eight distinct ArtCarved fashion coUectionS rarve ci IN THE GAINESVILII MALI. N2fl-4431 ___ r 1'



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UF receives authorization to raise dorm rates By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer he Board ol Regents an increase in UF's hou administration dIeems it UF originally request 55 to $20 a quarter for from 55 to 112.50 a triity and utilitiestosts autorizecl Monday smng rates it the UF necessary ed an increase trm residence halls andl nomth for married p mleed rising cleUF STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Steve Merryday and Director of Consumer Affairs Dan [check suggested the increases might note necessary and other alternatives should he explored. Reducmng "certain services not integral to dorms would cover the expenses." Merryday said. He and [check suggested the mandatory linen service provided lor dormuitory residents could he elimiated at a savings of from %80.(XX) to $ l(M.aX and that the number of Ssident assistants be reduced. UF DIRECTOR OF HOUSING James Hennessey 'aid "there'is no "ay" housing can manage without rental increases as the curi ent fiscal sit uation st ands. "But .e're gomng to wait." he added. "Thmngs can change either iway." Single student housing would increase about 120 a quarter for aircondutuoned spaces, and $10 a quarter ior non-air conditioned spaces. Hennessey said. MARRIED STUDENTS WOULD BE Times UF j paying about SS a minth more. he said. w ith spectat :Id;UIsmnTsI for MlcGtjie Village esidents. I he pro posed hikes a mount to "aho. t an 8 per cent micrease across the hoard. Htnncssev siid fhe increase', to be effective July I lor married housing and tall quarter 1975 or dormiitories, can swait right up to billing to he eflecred. Hennesey saidI UF PRESIDENT Robert 0. Marston said he would like go "look at the range of services provided and see ii there are w.ays to serve the 'ihe most liesond1 I linen. M 'Cet ani it lie sume huh do i im mietestel im asking questions esudet assist inis and (Iwashin aisto" said. THE ONLY POSSIBILITY IS the inen service. H-eninessev saud, adding it would cost the s uden Is more to do it I hem selves Sheets and ttntels laundered weeklv are in uie'i for SI I 25 a quarter. Hennessey said. at a. cost of about 1 2 cenit' a pound. I o ha'e them laundiied elsewhere ,woild cost students about 30 cents a pound, Hentiessey 'aid. I ubock i equested the regents wail until Mairch btoi e granting U I the authority to increase rates. I he regents msteadi amended the authioi-iat ion to include the stipulation that increases would be effected if the Uadnmistration determined it necessary after examinig all possibilities. The Independent Florida P Fuoibshed by Compus Commiunecotions Inc .CGo'nesv.II Finrido kilgator Not officially ossocsoted with the Universiy of Fiondo TUESDAY VOL.67 NO .74 Regents By TOM SHRODER AllIgator StalffWrkt., [he Board of' Regent' Monday approved a strategy to cut 578 miihion fi om next year's State University System tSLS) budget. I he reduction plan was in response to a request by (Joy. Reubin Askew to reduce the 1975-1976 511S budget to the 1974-1975 level. THE Il-POINT PLAN imcluded proposals 0o, Elimmtate faculty and staff salary increases totalling 530.7 ni llon. Eliminate $14 mililion budgeted to offset added costs due to inflation. Reduce tfaculty positions by live 'er cent resulting in a class-siue increase averaging five per cent or about 34) students per class. Eliminate 511 millon budgeted to oiTset faculty workload increases. Eliminate all ne'. programs except the solar energy center and the Equal Enmploymien; Opportunity Plan. Eliminate increased equipment purslash chases for current personnel. Fhe regents also reconmmlended 58 million budgeted lot operating capital be transferred to help, pay for ilated utility tosts. S US Chancellor Robert Mauiit, w ill present the i egen ts pro pos.ls to Lt Goy. Ji m Willhanis WednesdIay ALTHOUGH the i egents-approved plan can reduce the SUJS budget to this "ear's level. state revenue lor 1975-I 47b ts expel ted to be five per cent heltiw 1974-I ''5 ajppropriat ions. Regent Marshall Harris estimated the iniversity system w IlI hai e to cut an additional Sib million Ironm next 'ear's budget. I Harris' estimate is correct, the amended SUS budget for next year will be $94 mullion below the original amount requested by the regents. HARRIS SAID he saw three possibilities bor accomminodating further cuts in state appropriations for the nine state universities: larger classes and fewer class offerings, inceased tuition, or kewer students. 'All three alternatives arc unpopular. but by $78 million one ol t hemi or some conmbinat ion of all three will have to be the result tot diminishing esou rces ." Harris sa d. Since the regents reject ed a plan to einiinate freshmen at two universities. Harris said rising tuition in restricting class ol. lerings and lurther enlirgmna clasre were the only alternatives THE REGENTS w il consider proposals for Tuition hike at a March 3 meeting mn I allahassee In other act on. the regents officially approved SUS plans for achieving a 3.3 per cent reduct til nm this year's operating budget Mauiti said the budget cuts can be acconmplhsh ed w ithIiout I asoffIs of state employees as'previously teared. THE 3.3 PER CENT reduction ias applied evenly to all budgetary units. Maut, saud. A recent allocation of university system emergency savings giving UF 5730.XX). or 73 iS.'e 'Budget. page Cheating as more /ourn inquiry students MARSHALL. HARRIS estimates more cuts spreads confess photo 6y chip hi,. E.T. Voi-k, chancellor deslgnote of the Stat. universitySystem, and UP President RobertOQ. Marston had more than the usual Monday morning blobs yesterday as th. Board of Regents slotshd budgets all down the line. And then there was talk of tuition Plunk. Fiz. By STUART EMMRICH and DEBBIE IBERT Alligator Staff Writers Honor Court proceedings in the College of Buuness Administration cheating 'inwestigauion continue today. with 'Ce eraI more students adding their names to thu list conlessni s and a tight cloaik ol serec' surrounding the Honor Court Honor (curt Atty. Gun. Paul Marmiih said Monday his office w as still taking conti 55ons, hut declined to say hos. mtans he espected. Marnmish, said no sum~mars hearings "erec scheduled Mondas ior students sho have been uiplcated In the alleged idespread cheating on business college final e'amis fall quarter. He added that sonic uould probably he held later this "eek. Robert Harri. Hounor C our? chancellor. ionfirmecd that no hearings yr trials wecre hclt Monday, hut refused to commitent on hcri 1he nec t ones w ottld ie. THE FIRST I 1student ~on; cted 'I theating in the business college exam' w a' einen three q uatrs suspension Ironm t I by I he Honni ( ourt I-riday I he recmmiLndation lilA goes In the Office ol Stind-nt Swi;ccs Moi action Rob I enison, IIdirector of student conduct. said h, had nipt icceined the iecolmiiendatilon in the mail set. hut added he c peltedd it to conic I (lay, MOST OF THE Honor Court operations i'ohing ihe cheating ''m'estwgation has moved Ironm the man Honor ( our! othice to 'In olfi ccim the act i it IC' center on the third floor of the I Wasne Reut, Linion Marmuish said the move was made to, /Sec 'Chewing.' page four) Hard At budget Bla h

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Poq. 2. 1h. Ind.undn* Moddo AlIgabor Twesday, Fehbrnry 4. 1975 Wineberger: By ALLAN i. GENGLER AllIgator WIre Editor Ali LAN I A --( asper W Wimeherger. Secretars ol Health., Education and Welfare. Monday termed student use (If the federal food stamp program abusive, He was speaking at a White House conference on domestic and economic affairs. WINEBERGER said this is one of the reasons why the administration is seeking to increase the cost of food stamps by 30 per cent. H-e said the measure could save the federal government up to $650 millicli An amendment to the Food Stamp act of 1%64 gave the 's in WASHING I I'rcs dent lord Monday a S349 budget Congress s ON (UPI) sent (ongress billion budget I1 honest sel denial t ich peacitmc h1st ory and predicts sing unemployment ,md ilation in 19-7 and "7,, Ilhe loretasts wLrc the bleakest the administration ias issued. "M; (,od. satd Rep Sam Gibbons. D-Fla "Imui ilian that he is going to be a t o-vear President', Ford Iorecosx greater ccononmic stagnation this year than last, with national output dipping by 3.3 per cent when Increase' due to inflation are left out. Last sear's drop in the gross nationall product cent "as 2 2 per I he budget calls for a 51.9 S-94 blrnin liseal IV 9. which starts next Juls I his is in imcrease ol only I I per cent -barely keeping pace with ilation-oser the 3134 billion the Izosernment ispending this 'ear. he budget being sub'ii tted here today is a compassionate one. Ford ain remarks he delivered is he signed the budget message and sent it to Ford asked approval for S17 billion in cutbacks and said the deficits for the current and next fiscal years would top $l0I billion if Congress did not comply. Syria seeks peace talk Soviet I-oreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko Monday secured Syria's blessing for an immediate resumption of the tenesa Arab-Israeliconference as the onlygMuaranteed way" to lasting peace in the Middle East. Giromyko (lien flew to Egypt which wants to give American step-by-step peace efforts time to succeed before returning to Geneva-. A communique on Gromyko's talks with Syrian President Hafez Assad called for the Geneva conference to meet before the end of February or early March and a full Soviet role in all phases of Middle East peacemaking. LOCKER ROOM SPORT SHOP YOUR COMPLET E GOLF S T ENNIS PRO SHOP Dunlop -Head -Davis Powerbilt -First Flight Wilson -Titleist -Staff Complete Line of Athletic Shoes And Clothing Over 20 Other Styles Of Racket Ball Rackets In Stock RACKET STRINGING OUR SPECIALTY LOCKER ROOM SPORTS SHOP 3749 W. Univ, Ave. -ACrfromIll Royd=ut M 37749"0 students abuse food stamps Preiden the power tO set tOOCd sitlmpi prices &ent ol .' person's net income. iccorInfg regional tood stamp admminiti ntor in li I hSc vices is liagh .1' to Keun vision ofa O( per nut h. I-amni I Wumeberger said the food stamp program, '"s a program ~ which In, afraid has been rather substatially abused, as in the case of college students and others whose need is not nearly as great as some of the people who are most n need WINEBERGER'S REMARKS came as part of a two day conference that attempted to explain, and convince the public of the need of President Ford's domestic and economic plans Overs eas f ood aid boosted $622 million WASH INC ION ILUPIl -President Ford has approved $b22 mullion boost in o'er'eas food aid which will raise shipments by more than 2 million tons, officials said Mondas Ihe long-expected increase covecs food aid spending im tin current fiscal wear which ends June 30 It was disclosed in figures made public simultaneously with Ford's budget ior the fiscal year beginig JuIy I. Agriculture Secretary Earl L But, said the additional knod aid confirms U.S. intentions of supplying needy nations and can he shipped without driving up retail prices for Americans "Vhere has been sonic easing of wheat supplies." Butz said in a statement, "and we should be able to take care of additional (toed for peace) programs without any threat to domestic supplies'' INewspapers closed SAIGON (UP!)-The g u y en T h ie l ive newspapers Monday and announced the ailing of at least IS publishers and newsmen it described as "underground Communist cadres." The five papers were among nine Vietnameselanguage dailies which had their Monday editions confiscated for issued by ii opposition activist, the Res. Ran Tuu Than The Thieu Government frequently confiscated editions of various papers in the past, but this was the first time in the president's eight years in office it revoked any licenses. Ic I ru At Iant shortI atr e resenled $3 n4 ins (muir budget to (ongres' His budget. it apprm ed m n en rety. would leave the nation with a $52 billion (letich he largest peacetime dect ever. He said, "What has been proposed is an increase ot 3 0e cent in the cost ofod stamps. whc would stll leave the people who are receiving food stamps paying somewhere the neighborhood of 17 per cent of their income fr roo "This is well below what those people not ongo stamps would have to pay. he said. "We do have a substantial nuniber of abuses ot the program. for example. the people who are mncreasing mlos rapidly as beneficiaries of food stamps are college students "College students-are found tobe eligible because 'tate And local idnmmistrators who implement the program, look only at the income of the college student. but not at his total tarl iflO-eC Wineberger said A regulation which went into effect Dec.31, I 9N alter being approved by the Department oftAgriculture bars boliege students w ho receive m',re than half of their support rnm mother household 'rorv receiving food stamps Democ rats ac t w ithis may W ASH ING ION (UPI) -'T anressional [)cmocrats espi essed disniay Monday o'er the sizc of President Ford's projected budget deficit and the size of his p ropused cutbacks in progranis that benefit people. [hes said the defense budget was the only one showing real growth in Ford's proposals -and even conser' at 'sye Dem ocr at s predicted the increase i"n Ford push defense spending woild I e cut hack substantialk Rep Morris K I dll 1) Ariz. said the budget wa a bloated. saddening dcunmnt replete with mloflnimnialk misplaced priorities reflecting a sorry Iensitivity tm the needy, the elderl, the disadvantaged. flhe Democrats called Ford callous to the effect inflation and recession were hau ng on people ~s Viet aid WASHINGTON (UP!) -President Ford proposed today' that Congress send a delegation to South Vietnam to tudgw for btell whether additional American aid is needed Assistant Senate Democratic Leader Robert C Bsrd reported ford's proposal after a White House meecting between the President and Congressional leaders from both parties. Byrd said Ford "apparently feels that if that step were taken it might persuade Congress" to approve the 13Th) million in additional aid Ford has proposed. Byrd said there was no immediate agreement ont whether to adopt Ford's sugestbon but he said resistance to further aid remained strong. FREE We'll heat anyone's deaI, anywherm and give you 0 4 day vacation for 2 In Miami Beach or Vail, Cola, wish purchase of a ew Kcawosaki during Fsbnsayy. (no strings aflodud) Art's Kawusdki Os e Uuvnl an a

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Th. Independen* Houido Aligto. Tu.day, F.ebrury 4, 1Y75, rog. 3 Regents lift freeze; tuition hike due fly KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer rhe Board of Regents voted Monday to lit the freeze on treshman admissions statewide. contrary to its finance committee recomimendation last month. The Regent' aslo voted to give no further consideration to a proposal eliminating fresh men and sophomores at the Un:sersity of South Florida and Florida technological University, making a tuition hike a certainly for reducing the budget. THE FREEZE THAT halted admissions to Florida's nine state universities early January was iewo~mmtede to be pariialls litecd by the I egeis' linance committee Jan 23 T he three-member committee at that time suggested a moratorium ienmain on entermng freshmen until a decision can be made at the March 3 board meeting. All enrollment applications w.all now be accepted bor spring quarter and beyond. REGENT MARSHALL HARRIS said the board's action effectively eliminated any possibility of cutting back freshmen enrollment at the regents next meeting in Marzh Lifting the admission moratorium statewide leaves only Iwo equally "un ii Singin' the blues Jehnnie Hines is singing the blues in the plaza, as will many students next when mld-trms bit. Iis essa cones opn For the flred year the third annual Stephen of Irish culture. O'ConmEll Irish Studies Award will only be The essay should be IS typed pages in the open to graduste students. Modern Laquagp Ansodatmn Style, They .Thasflfwardis ewsdatys~ a year fq4 plrakai to Lile Mall roomt 4Sf a. 330 an outstanding essay written about any aspect y bruar, 28. popular alternative Hiar, s said. increasing liiionl lees, or increasing the student-teacher "At what point do sou reduce the quality ot education if yeou keep adding numbers but no new dollars?" asked Harris,. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE proposal in study the possibility ol eliminating lower division or FTU and USF stirred a controversy that packed sonmc 250 people io the Orlardo regents meeting The move would save approximately $I3X per student, with a total budget reduction of 53 2million. Gainesville regent Jack McGrnff cautioned the regents that tour of Florida's nine state universities already have no lower divisions. "THlE BOARD OP REGENTS has always said there should be live four-year comprehensive universities in the state." said McGriff. Theyshould not be concentrated in the north, but spread across the state, he added. State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said a tuition increase is a certainty. but ho* much "is going to be hotly debated." AT LEAST a 50 cent per credit hour fee increase as necessary to compensate for studentt ia king eli hours wat h the aew per credit hour tuition Maut, said. Other alternatives suggested tbr exploration were Shifting some Activity and Service Fee funds io nmatriculation tunds or entrance tees, which met with objections Item the state (,uncil ot Student Body Presidents Having the student bear 34) per cent of the total cost of his education, to be acconmplashed over an extended period of time, Increasing tuition by 10 per cent for both graduate and undergraduate students. the wuition issue was palced on the register for public notice as being considered prior to any decision to be made in March. in accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act. REDUCING the number of out-ot-state fee waivers was another possibility. Mautz said. With the change of legal age, students 18 years of age or older can live in Florida one year while in school and become residents. Out-of-state fees have dropped from 5 million toSl.5 million, with the number of waivers remaining the same. Mautz said. UF cannot ass ure fobs for fired grant holders ByJANETPARK Alligator Staff Writar Three professors and a design engineer from the UF Department of Speech who received notices of termination last week cannot be guaranteed a faculty position next year, according to Dr. C.A. VanderWerf. dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Stephen Feimistein. Dr. Howard Rothm-an, Dr. William Brown and Wayne Harrington were notified by VanderWerf their contracts would be terminated as of August 31, 1975, with another year's contract possible. The four are under contract to UF until Aug. 31, 1975. but the Board of Regents operating policy stipulates they cannot be terminated without a year's notice. THEY ARE PAiD by research grants and not from state funds, but if those grants end before August. 1976. UP must find state-funded faculty positions for them. VanderWerf said he is "absolutely unable to guarantee' that faculty positions will be found for the three professors. The design engineer is classified as an administrative and professional employs. according to Dr. Robert Bryan, interim vice president fbr academic affairs. Bryan said Monday UF is obligated to pay these persons even if their federal grant money runs out before August. 1976. "STATE LINES (open positions with money in the budget bor salaries)muist be found. We will find them piecemeal if we have to, from people who have gone on sabbatical or are on leave," Bryan said. Under Board of Regents operating policy, a year's notice of termination is required if the emiployc has been at UF more than two years. Feinstein. Rothman and Harrington said they all have been at UP for more than the two-year requirement. Brown refused to comment. Feinstein and Rothman have non-teaching positions and are employed at UP as assistant professors. Their work ineludes research and some supervision of graduate students, they said. DROWN IS also an assistant professor but he refused comment on his duties. Harrlngtom is am associate in systems design. He designs -omle -qip-n for th Co-iuiatSci-cc L.ab. Thit equipment, which Harrington makes cheaply flrom U.S. govarnmeit surplus parts, is one of the main reasons why the National Institute of Health's sight inspection teams give UP high ratings, The hfith Institute is a principal source of the lab's rant money. The lab Is rua completely on grant money, UF pays for only the local phone rice and the offices, located in the basement of the Arts and Science Building. No esplanatlon was given in the letter of termination from VanderWet uder the regents operating policy, the four are entitled to write to ask the reasons they were terminated. Three of the four said they wrftlqg their letters Mtdedy. Drown, the fourth one ternhated, nihued hi comment on any aspect of the situation. WAYNE HARRINGTON .Systems design OPHOWARD ROTHMAN .speech WR 51EPH34 FENSIt4N A r

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No.g, Th I6)ndepent.tt Moddo MIugor Tunsdoy F-ebruary 4 VS7 EAG glass recyc By JANET TAYLOR Allijiator Stif Writer After Iwo months it waitmng. thlt lnvironnmental Action Group (EAGd this tweek will Met the truck that will be used to haul Mlass In their glass recycling program EAG Director David Streit said. "I thought we would have it two months ago. but the last I heard was we would have it by the end of this week." STREnT EXPLAINED chat the purchase of the truck had been tied up in paperwork because it had to clear through Student Government. UF, the city of Gainesytile and the state of Florida, ng truck may rol Retl he tauck us used F AG ipim' to 'II 110n 1t m11W bhIL 0? toUr
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Flor ida Players offer 'T aming of the Shrew By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer, "The taming school: Mhat. Is there such a place?" "Ay mistress, amid Petrucklo Is the master: Thai teacheth trick, eleven and t'.enti long, ~ To tame a shrew and charm her chattering tongue.". %u Shakespearc sets about. noui 'nk the tammine f the shrew but the tro'nulng it I F actors. actresses and aud1 ences mn t he art ol Shakespearean iomnvdy the itIiter and~ Ilambunarnce f I heat ri calli t hi reson anrce ot boast ing solcc andt the .wrobat it ji court testers and set'ant' are a jew elements ol this prod uct ion ol ihe ramning of the Shrew WITH A SLIGHTLY d'fkerent approach to the script. director Dr Richard L Green is building an educational opportunity both for performers and audiences. Shakespeare's works have gained such a tt peopl ofe lo 1tthe were rtten and played fo, the common people 'Despite the language anid style tn which it w&A% written, lt's still a play for people, observes the cook. Martin Teitel DICTION, BREATH control, energy. movement. rythm. all integrated to precisich -n iimit I(d 51pace ith ( L)Id thin a pn ibid shaikespiearc I on cienIcmter much etdeic 'i n~ id iat sr hkt ilinmrlvinl sier tfle lconcpt it this \ a' 'a 'emhers g linteS Ol lm I. Imiiloi ,e 'et stiri IIav i lI rics he hI,, C'. S When watthing~ icaliig Iadh Lclicia Jaramhille suetth her breath to gel ''ut that Lasi word .t a 2 ,erwe line esun. dlerstandtable he inc eaq menmbcr ils it a +'ers ph ssical pIa NOT ONLY is it 'i'al' taxmne. but energeticilKs equals itd NI errants and other stock characters prict ice running around. tailing down e'ctn gettmng kicked, all in the namtie If precision It all "'ore theatrital bigger gestures. l'i eler aid Jaramillo I heatrical mioreso than other productions Sf"hrew' because Green has chosen to do the show mn ts en: rctyv [uhat i. t actually begins with a drunken great trick to dress him~ as a lord and tell him he been asleep IS years I o entertain the new 'lord." they arrange for a play to be put on. the laming ol the Shrew Each of the actors in the Florida Players production acutely aware on stage that he is FLYING FLORIDA PLAYERS Kim Willijoms and Leticia Joromillo porry Petruccic an actor playing a role and therefore has far more Ireedom to, "theatricality." It's not the classical 'staged Shakespearean type thing." explained ser-. nt Steve Root. "We're doing it even more ph0.e by ol vvehlbuvg and Kate, lead "Shrew" bawdy than it was mecant to do." Tickets are available free for students, and should be picked up in advance. The production will be shown at the H.P. ('onstans theater Feb. 10-IS. 'The Night Porter tangled in 'Tango RICHARD BURKUOLDER A~igle. Staff Writer Il is to 'The Nigh' Porter's Mcreat misfortune that its advertising plunmps for adorablee comparison ,.ith Bernardo Bertoluccis "Last fatigo in Pan's For the voyeurs in the movie-going audience, such a notion ought to be dismissed tojt of hand' Liltana (avanm Night Porter" takes onl) an H while ango 'boasted an X lherel'ore. by Motion Picture Awwiatron of America standards, this former fleck can t he as "hot" as she latter. FURTHERMORE, eightt Porter" didn e arrn the prn elcase publicity that the Bertoucci mntwe did. While both IDon Cooper at B& B I Last I ango and 'Night Porter raised eyebrows and quickened pulses across Europe. somehow the North Amiericans remained unapprised ol the Cavani films panting tiuality prior to its U.S. release--something which hadn't happened with the long-awaited 'Last Tango."' \so what one' l eft with is a seemmngv porny-enough cashin tin tine of the more financially anid dramatically successfull morio pictures ot this decade In ract, the sheet gall of iilcnbig this lilm, s name in the same breath as 8crtioliccis ought to prosoke 'tome suspicion on the part of even the unhippest miovit patron. HOWEVER bor those it us wtho have viewed "The Night Porter' the un lasorable camripartson '.ith the Bertolucci product does not Lud there What Ms Cavanm has purilseli created is a mtition pict Ur ihat looks and sounds Like an imitation Bertotucci I he tiireeting techniques. ecltmng. set '.ghring and cinemaography here all reflect the so pert 50or 'irsen ce if a Bertol ucc I cam p ltolloweCr. \what grates on, us niore than an' thing else, though, is the i.sh Imei iidi in hi ch director (at ami and rel lots screen'ter, 11411 Moscati. *iftempt to ross Tmajor plot and character elementn of "Taing" and another Bertolucci lim,. he ('onlornmist' (which dealt with the 1930s ascendancy .1 European fascknm). [he resulting hybrid is a bastardized nmishmash ,l kinky 'ex practices. Naziism. and moral degeneracy which is impaled upon the capricious characters of the filn's two principals. MAX IDIRK DOGARDE), an ex-SS 'physician" and photographer In a Third Reich concentration camp Is, by 1957, situated as the night porter of an antiquated Viennese hotel. He lookg after the hotel denizen., some of whom include pederast stwds. effenilnate closet ballerinas, and pastyfaced aging courtesans. Max, unhappy in this vocation. yearns for the glory-filled 1940's days and to this end his Nazi underground contacts are seeking his admittance into an ODESSA-type organization of unreconstructed Hitlerphiles. There is one hhtch iiaturally) and .y.-e, e possibility that not all of Maxi former ip victims may be dead. Somebody. says Nazi contact Klaus. alay still be alise twho could tile against Max and subsequently indict the rest of the movement. This one person. swit turns out. is the girl with '-horn Max had on affair swhilt in the cam. An inmate who d being "tfNttfl* fIfH fAti dstfllflwit flbfto, kiniu stashings and the like). sh, just happens to appear at the hotel one day over a decade later. At first she is repelled at the idea of sharing a roof wtth this personiied past memory but gradually she comes to wish lbr a re-enactmient of those times' exciting and uninhibited perversion. Eventually both Max and tthis young woman. Lucia iCharlotte Rampling). get together to submit to the mutual-and writhing-carnality which seemed so much a part of their collective Nazidonm existence. t00fn Max's Nazi friends find out about the liaison which he and Lucia are sharing. Although she and Max swear that ietelations to the authorities about Third Reich days are not forthcoming, the underground cell plots to break up the romance anyway "for purposes of security" it is at this point that the viewer is introduced to the main thrust of conflict in the film: how to keep the bad old Nazis a',ay trom~ the protagonists' n-going revel. YET BY this time the moviegoer is also aware ofthe filn's maim filmnr unlike the romantic twosomes mn "Tango'' and "( itormist' the duet of principals here haven't strong personalities. Max and Lucia are weak, vacillating, and bul'leted by outside forces instead of heingdrivento (more than purely sexual) action by their own innate complexities of character. They therefore so completely come to share the pleasure in their sensual amorality that their beings become mere extensions of their sexual libidos and defensive reactors against the now-aggressive Nazis. I he one thing that Canto and Moscati forgot to take from Bersolucci was his willful arsd independently spirited characters, which were the essential strengths of his "Tango" and "Conformist." Cavani and Moscati's opting for psychologically debilitated principals ultimately contributes to little but thedilution of the film's overall impact. CERTAIN OTHER Bertoluccl hallmarks are herewith in eVidence, though, as we noted earlier: broodIng chiarmscuro cinematography. halflik interiors, and bittersweet background music (a nih between Georges Delerue's nostalgic "Con' lormist" and Gato Darbieri's Jazzy 'Taugo" scorns) ar-c utilized rather extensively. These at least make for some aesthetically pleasing visual and aura) images. Nonetheless, our advice to those who contenmplaze scalag this film is to stay home. save your 52.50 admIssion hea. and s. alt until the aid of the quarter when you can amtend a Union showing of 'Last range in Paris" for a nomInal pie. For most of us It should prove btter to view the vaimlud paest flinm agpin than spend an occasion watctlng cue of its highly imperfect offspring. Florina Alligator Don Cooper. an extraordinarily tine tolkainper. s.ill be at lb. Beef and Bottle tonight through Saturday. for free! Cooper I, known in the folk circles ror his skvid lyrical S .4

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Pog.6 I Ih. Independent Ard. Ai~aior. Tu.dcy. Febriayj.t & Ill EOITEIRUIAU. Brotherhood Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris is an alumnus of Tau Epsikon Phi (TEP) fraternity. And thus, through the mist of secrecy surrounding it. can be seen some clue to the form justice could take in the Honor Court's investigation of alleged cheating in the U F Coliege or Business Administration. At least nine members of TEP were among the 30 students initially subpoenaed by the Honor Court in its investigation. And for what it's worth, we pass on what Chancellor Harris told us yesterday: "I can tell you that I will be sitting in the cases of some TEPs." Harris was one of the judges sitting in the case last Friday of the first UF student convicted in the cheating scandal. The court recommended to the Student Conduct Committee the student be suspended from school for three quarters. judgment of students who are brothers in his old fraternity. But the real point, of course, is that as long as the trials are closed to the public, we will never know if Harris is sitting in cases he shouldn't be because of conflict of interest. There's always hope that some of the students charged will demand an open trial, which is guaranteed under the Student Body Constitution. Until then, is there still time to pledge TEP? In jstiU e In what has to be a classic example of mass.condemnation, U.S. Secret ary of Health, Education and Welfare Casper Wineberger did a grave injustice to over 60,000 American college students yesterday. Speaking at a conference on domestic and economic affairs in Atlanta Wine berger indiscriminately passed judgment on these students when he said the Federal Food Stamp program is being 'substantially" abused by college students whose need is not as great as others. Disregarding the fact that the food stamp program is the responsibility of the Department of Agriculture and presumably outside his own sphere of expertise. Wineberger's intent was to push President Ford's proposal to raise the cost of the food stamps thereby trimming some "un-. deserving" elements off the rolls. Apparently Wineberger shame the vision of many Federal and state government officials these days of students driving up to food stamp offices in sports cars wo they can spend the money sent them by their indulgent parents on pot and booze. We wonder how many of the 15,000 students who make up one third of Alachua Counties food stamp rolls would fit into this vision. With the cost of a college education shootin g up more than seven per cent in the last year. and with the soaring costs of other incidentals like rent, clothing, utilities and even books, we find it hard to believe that college students are all that needlessly abusive of the system. We suggest Mr. Wineberger conflnc himself to matters within his own domain and leave the question of food stampsto the proper department. p y -----~hj i/-i -K Co On parent hood and society You're shopping in a department store. You notice a woman with two children, one of whom tries to grab something. The mother slaps his hand. THE BOY bursts into hysterical tears and the mother yells, How wuld you react to this? Would you think, What a terrible mother." and feel sorry for the kids? That was always my reaction. But my outlook has changed quite a bit since I've started spending time with children. Here's on example: Sallie. a friend of mine. and her two. year-old daughter Joan accompanied me to a restaurant one night. After we ordered, the waitress brought a high chair ibr Joan. When Sallie attempted to install her in the chair. Joan released an ungodly shriek that penetrated every corner of the restaurant. Everyone in the restaurant turned and stared as Joan screamed, kicked and hammered her fists on the high chair. "JOAN, please don't be so upset." At this point, what were our options? To get up and leave without eating dinner? To take Joanie out of the high chair. thus showing her she could get her way anytime by raising a fuss? To sit there and ignore her, hoping she would quiet down eventually? We chose the third option. since we were starving. We were rewarded with fifteen minutes of tears and banshee shrieks from Joan. accompanied with stares and whispers of disapproval from the waitresses and other customers. No doubt many of these people thought, "What a rotten mother! If she can't control her kid, she should stay home!"' PROBLEMS like this begin not with the mother or the children, but the treatment society gives them, It seems unfair to exclude someone from eating in a restaurant, or going to the start, or leaving the house at all simply because she is caring for a child. During World War Two, department stores had nursery areas with attendants. Mothers could shop without being distracted by the kids -or having to pay for a babysitter. The Independent Florida Alligator LIII &mnetacan RA "tony" K.duor Mnn Mdphw. C.oyomcbl~~oem *ono Snyder .. Lynnso&M ... eJANIS MAltA ANOTHER unair expcation is that mothers must takc wole responsibility for the children. For instance: I saw a tall. strapping man walking with a woman the other day. She carried an infant, a large shoulder purse, and a diaper box He carried nothing. Of course, this drew no disapproving stares from passershs If the situation were reversed, the man would probaba receive smiles of approval; the woman might receive puzzled looks. It would be far more constructive if hathers were en couraged to participate in parenthood. After all, children need fathers as well as mothers. And it's unfair to put the entire burden on the Woman's shoulders. MOTHERS are constantly expected to perform according to others' expectations. and criticized if they do not. A friend of mine was babysitting a two-year-old and brought her to class. As Sallie. Joan's mother, describes it: 'Society says you must control your children. When you're in public and they begin to fuss, you're afraid they'll throw a fit and you won't be able to control them. The children sense this and manipulate it. They demand things, knowing you'll give in out of fear." RETURN!NG to the scene in the restaurant, It's true the other diners were disturbed by Joan's screaming. But what did they accomplish by their angry stares? They certainly didn't hush the child. Why penalize the mother for something she obviously can't prevent? People keep putting a trip over on mothers. They're a little nicer to a father -"After all, what's a mall to do with a child?" But if you're the kids' mother It's 'Do something!" In Sallic's words: "Both the parents are hums kings with a small human being to deal with, Because out Is *1he 'weaker sex,' she is supposed to be superhuman." D.vid Sn-ih MEdIr.InchIef David Mein N.wafiov Ted Wood -.nSt.se Doeno mniugman Lwo.,t Ut .I l.hSssspu siBsena .utodMvsdeg -~ p cldn S i.tIn Cdin I 9. ~, I emoe -M~io PubiShod by Camp.ComnmunIctIOf.iwe P.O. Sen 2104e Unlnnhty stann. GshetMb, flddo vidh .4W. ihiS A. Cahg. in,. ba 'o piwne: fl Advonhing mnd Prmdvcton Dans: w&4na .J I J1'T'~ ~% '%~t.',SA .s~.i. S

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Marston maki Lat w.etk UIPie Hen Rbrt ) 1rs iuilh comi ments o Krad ia ilents ~ud hbrki THAT IS an extraordinary ctbmnrntnt, For the last Ic'w wek, a seiungly soluble delicir .1 nearly $1 nm ilton in 1 F's general ud utat in I Ex b udget had been threatening the rohs Stf svCe pervonnel and the futures of graduate students. [he uncertainties ot the situation were hegimning to take a toll on the morale ot 'he U F cornmnumt I hen Wednesday. n a dramatic public statemnt.MNarston reported he had rcce't ed the necc'sars pm.wer to assure 10h security and lullfill all educational responsihilitie, MARSTON said the untversity system granted binm the power to trainsfet sas igs from the I H 1ihs Miller HeAlth (enter and the Institute bor Fomd and Agritau ral Sciences IlFAS) to [UF's troubled E&G budget Enough funds can be transferred to assure thu elimimatIon ot the E&G deficit, Mar'.ton said The next day. Dr (handler A. Stetson. 'Ice president for health affairs and the health center official closest to the budget negotiations expressed surprise at Mairscon's optiminm. ng extraordinary lI nc ijm help wc mul he said 'But I ihmik it would lhe Ntulihii to sd IitCl~ hat IFAS andlthe healthecenter IT IS '5' AZ The Independent Florida Alligator bog 0.1on Cunnia I Photo Sitoror Gmg Foe. Mmdl Kewnbf gggge, ..IM. ** ..

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ja advctin~fg ries 11. independen. fornd. Migmbr. rg.dey, Fr-uray 4 I97, Pore9 Nobel 'C ~~2 DR. IVARGIAEVER Here Weey Year Proclaimed By (iFSenat Internatlmnal Womn's Year (lf7l) has been declared by adaption of a resolution by the UF Sate-. Women tiuitthe word ar making great progress In alleviating dimerlmlnatliaganst their ar and, yet, face an arduous struggle to dismantle barners in employment, housing, credit, and a wide rangedf other social and legal issues. "The leaders of the winien's movetoward full and equal rights and will not yield until thuse rights are wen In fact as well as In law. "Women at the University of Florida have striven to achieve full and equal rights for wanrn In GaInesvIlle." A CCENT Seeking Student Workers ACCENT, UiF evunt-plannlng Srga.hsatis, I. taig sat aptam far 'pimg quartinr paUdepaca in Roe2 S (I the J. Wayne R35W UnIon. ACCENT wil ay.a complete changeover In puierinl at the ud at this qufede. assue aoeer dhma apy before February 176 lrJob. in areas aft Publicity, qpnkurs -pernomaet. Tallahassne, Jax, Tampa Travel Pools Pushed Fac*ll asd safwham taveling tO and frnm Tnahman. and the JakOflyulle and Tampa -ipot are rsainded that the Oils Sf Tbai aud Parking kees aavskmng megon toitom Traelrsto hSue -ra hud Wuntact Trtand Parking at 105.361 son gstedat fa twp labom. n this way trMs can be cenhined, saving DIg3TATjDN CHADLNE S Monday Fbay3 ideadline for (it thbuirm S imfla nd all relg.4 mtiasothTesis I PofunityAffiei,, Action Employer As Two Winner Series "Surface Physics and Immunology" IS the topic of biophysicist Dr. Ivar Giaever in an 8 p.m. public lecture Wednesday In the Reitz Uwon Ballroom-. Giaever, who won the 1973 Nobel Prize mn physics, will discuss i what he terms an elementary way" the reaction betweeD proteins foreign to the body ~antigens) and the proteins manufactured by the body in response (antibodies) and how the reaction can be measured. GOwever works for General Employment for Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. The lecture Is part of two lecture series: "Mobillmatlon of Mind and Matter for Tomorrow's World," which the Graduate School presents with a grant from the Alumni AssocIatIon. and "FranInterview This The Career Planning and PMaca Cae acheS unpoymeS Intervdews for cOtmpanlus refrlling scamp.s. Smam ud sipgqi Sea nk. e at least me day In advance In RoomG-fl of Ret Uni. Emplnse v'ting campus Feb. 5-11.are listd below Wedumany-Artlwr Andersen & Co., General Electric Co., I.H. Macy Co., Peat Mdurwlck Mitcheli & Co., and Procter & Gamble Co. wHi be IntervIewIng mi campus. Thursday-Hartford Insurance Group and Union Car Nd. Carp. will be Interylewlug. General Electric, Peat Marwick Mitchell, and Procter & Gamble will cetinia their rein. Friday-Union Carbide concludes i interviews. Aimo recrting stidfl will be Allied Chmcal Corp., Southeast Banking Corp., Wheelabrator-Frye, Inc., and Atlantic Monday-the Army Material Command, Carolina Eastuan Co., the Ceco Corp., Naval Ordnance Station, Pratt& Whitney Aircraft, U.S. Patent Office, and Arthur Young &Co. will be talking to students about job. Next Thesday-Chicago Bridge & Iran Co., Coopers & Lybrand, Hewlett-Packard Co., St Regis Paper Co., the U.S.A.E. Waterways Experiment Station, and Westinghouse Electric Corp. will interview. Pratt & Whitney will conclude their interviews. 500 Switch from UIF Plan T o State Health Insurance Approximately 509 employees changed from the University of Florida Blue Crass Blue Shield insurance plan to the state plan before the no-medical-report deadline in November. This leaves approximately 2,4K0 employees in the UF plan, says Mary Ann Green, fringe benefits director of the Office of Personnel Relations. ApproxInealy 3,3 UF employees are nw enrolled in the state plan. Mrs. Gren said that a large number of employee who electd to rean with the UP plan are paid fran other personnel services (OPl) funds and not eligible to switch to the state plan. The UF plan for family coverage costs $11.43 bi-weekly, as of December I fhln an Increase went Into effect. The state plan cuts $14.41 bN-weekly, with th. state contributing an additional H. Mrs. Green said that the state plan alters considerably higher benefits for Medical Education L@cture Thursday Dr. A. MeGehee Harvey, physIcianefd emeritus and distInguished service professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. will present a public lecture. "Medical Education: How Did We GetiHerf and Whete Are We Goilig?" the Health Cutter. Dr Harney's talk, spnaorid by the Departnt of Meine, willexplore the Impact of historical events on the revotutlou In medical education in the early Mdth century: examine present practIcal In medical educationst.nming from that revolution; and possible changs reulig future medical physIcIan's fees and a more attractive plan for major medical expenses. She said that the state plan should offer additional benefits in the futue. Persons desiring to brantfer to the state group must now fill out a medical report and have it approved. This can be accomplished by telephoning 302-1226 or going to roan SU3A HUB. Arts, Sciences Seeks Teacher Of Yea Nominees The College of Arts and Sciences Student CowrIl Is beginning its march for the 1975 Teacher cf the Year fran that college. Any itndent may naninat. a faculty member within the College by filling out and alxnltting the proper' hrs. Spn-o.M -akt and informant are available at IN3 Anderson Hall. This week oly, qpncshlp r-wil also be available at table. at upmotIde the main estranee to Ander sat HallNo adlne has boun aet for inninabior, but the Arts and Scence. Stadint Counnel hope. to roach a dedulan by the middle at Spring quarter. F *lt are Judgedaau rttm "Snnaam by students, fltters of recommendatIon fran others and oblurvaflmo S ther perf rance in cia.s by the Teacher ExcelieCoite ata-o te Student Council. The Teacher at the Year will be banored at a dinner givat In Jmie, along with other Tesed.r, ct e Year selected fret the vuamu esile e asemmn QuestIons regarding the Arts and Sciee Teacher at the Year marSh may beiretdt Edi buwyer, Councl To Here Forces tiers of Science," which Is prmseted by the Deop. rment of Physics and Astronomy and College of Arts and Sciences with a prant from the National Science Foundation. Daion Redta John Kitts, Music Departuent faculty member, will present a baumn recital at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Belt: Unile Ballroom. He will be hacked by HarpSicord, stings and horns. Advertising -PR Day. Adertii. dPblcRelatiosDays will be held from 9:05 tin. to 4 p. today and 9:06 am. to 12:05 p.m. plain their busknes, 197h-style, to students in related field. Guest speakers Include Ramon G. Gaulke, vice president and general manage o Marnaer Inc. advertsing agency In New York, and William F. Noonan, vice president and general manager of Burson-Marsteller public relations agency. Political' 1heafre Mark Amitin, coordinator at the Univernal Theatre Movemant Repertory In iew York, will speak on "Political Theatre" atS8 p.m. Thursday in McCarty Hall Auditorium. He also will conduct a hghonors wokhp nnacting cls Game. Turinamet Game Tornameta Ret i on Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Miiiip will test their skills in dhe (Rooms 348 and 147), brIdge (Roam 361, 362 and 383) and table lenwis, smoker, pocket billiards, three-cushion billiards and bowling (games area). Winners in sane events of the MAsclation of College Unions InternatIonal tournament will be eligible to compete In inn advanced ellmlnatlis.a VaN. Lear. The Cuban Student Fednrtie will sponsor a lecture by autwedatar Nelsan ViMd. at 7:10 p.m. Friday In Roan 105B ArchItecture and Fine Arts. Dr. Valdes will speak on "People.' Power in Cuba." a, m Undergraduate and graekata arelitectore students will aihibit structural -oes gris -htgrps vidwo tapes and fthur projects frei9 am. to 4 pM. W-dn.by tngh Friday in Brn 110 in ArchItecture and Fine Arts Building C. The pubic Is wakue. Board manhes S the Florida Amselation, American In=tate SArch Ste also will -e the eaiMMde daring a scheduld meeting at Uhe Univurity -n Thnrday and Friday. An eflibtiat S Las Kul.W' arrealHe phbtgrapbly will apem I. Sh. Teading Gallery Wednesay fara eth stayVImI adl e. Worde In bs.t~, N.Y. The Gaiery, In ArShItecbar, and VIne Arts BuIdlng C, Is apen frcm9 a.m. toumaonand frml1tol5p. weas The lith amua) Art Faculty -A m at UnivarSty Gallery will camine m Feb.ltu. alry hewrsme9 aa.tol5 p m. Mflrtrugha Friday aSd 1 lo S Speak Combine Women's Schedule Week a.

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P.e IC, Th. Idl.pndnt lord Ajmgotor, Tuesdby, hebrary 4, 197S AD VERTIS INGC Just in case you don 't know w ho your College Councils are and what they can do for you: JOUJEHALSM COUNCIL Stadium 23) PH. 373W01 Reed Somb.g Prnsiden* AMon Geogler Vice-Preskdent Shirley Edlington Treasurer Meai Ahflle; I. anud., Lowng. t. J.n,.Iiu. Uhnry 3. 1.cher bevludoln HEAL14 EBATI PIOSIONdS COUNCIL NI3-7 M.S. PH. 3922631 Merkt RobItoill. Ptredent Thomas Smith VIc.-PrSdent Jo~nne Mahoney Treasurr Michel. D.4iorils Secretory M4le Actii.: I. Calleg. Hoe. C.,,veceieo. 2. Mns.Il H.R.P. Cpa, Hbis. 3. AMvI.y board to D. and Fuculty Canniteet DOSCISUY COUNCIL Box 163 M.S.B. PH. 378q146 Randy Brown Choirmn Aie Kaplan Secr.Iory Ma*I. Actiwie I. Fre.aet. Stud.' AH.ndence M AieeSSio Convonlhs 2. Halpe Sweet Medical C.avr biery Cerd NI. leek bn. I. Mcdemnl Advhc'ry beird to Ce. PHYSICAL JRCAflON HeALtH AND MGCII AlloN COUNCIL tao 30 FloMd Oj& P 3920584 Richard Nordsvoem NSM.dt Jee Mcdorlan. VAc.Pte.d en I La. He.en Tuer Suo., IN.,S.c.r,~ 1. Sd.elhp. C.veceteen AMd Iwpernt. DC. 2.Se. BUde.' Rep reelve s o Ad. al PAHMU S.e 3. Student Acadernk Aivhseq Beard to he.n --TC EGNIRNG COUNCIL 216 Larnen Hali PH. 377.8737 Tony Perez-Falcon Pte.Idet Nancy Sleor VIce-Preident Paul Arnold Secretary Lee Moyhew Treasurer Maje. Advlbs: 1. bnglne.'. hai, 2. h.dl .4 Technkcal and Proeseinal Studeot Societe. aC.hi., AOIICULTUEE COUNCIL 1001 McCarty Hall PH. 377-8187 Pool tendm Prsde Orlando Lonni VWc-Prsident Undo Locket? Secretary Ltory Iroel Trecior.r Mejer ActIvlIIe*: I. UnIivt Caoimnlty G.nM. MhiCt 2. Agdctu ir 3. NhbIkeln .4 AgdgSeNew. Labr UNIVUSITY COUEGI COUNCIL Box 378 UnI.e Hell PH. 392-1521 Neal Merkt. PrnsidenM Scott lufEr, VIc-Preident Steve Hag.n Treasure Sharon Mikdos Covveponding Secretory JoAnne SuSlowicz Recording Secrelory M.Ie. AMtvfiws 1. Speck. bedns .Pee. AMvIsemnent & C.,. Dey PHARMACY COUNCIL Box 561 M.S.B PH. 392-3401 Russell W. *Iaser Preuldelt Joy Morrow VIce-President Connie Stein Treasure, Toni Sowczok Secretary Maj. Activ~e.: I. CMleg. 99.Fhnnecy Cunkulun' Review Study 2. PinE., of Yea. Aw.Md 3. Ilteec~b(New. Le~a.) SUSINES COUNCIL 214 Motherly PH, 377-7155 G.egg Erhonm hrsdn Dove Stewart VAcePr.Sde.,t Jefi AsI. Treciorer Sherry DeGIlo Secretory Meler AdvlMns 1. Inbom,.b. SeeMSe On husdnes Cab,.g 2. BSine. New Lte.e 3. BSid. Tas NI. I U IlCAUIN COUNCIL 323 Norman Hall P14. 392-4489 Jim Fouch. PNe.Jdent Betty J. Hedge Vic.Pr.ident Lorea Harmon Secretory Jock Cutler lt.Osurer Mjler AMuv~iaes I. Calculeter Lab. IwpewwI~e Lab, Dime SeI. (SI1N) .sadest New. Lt.r 3. Auda-VbJMa Swppll. .nd NI. led. ARtS AND SC WEC COWNCL lOG And.r.n Hell PH. 392-2154 Geoff Yarema Palidett Shelde. Ziptan VIce-Pesident Male, Aclv~e.: 1. Peer Mvl.at 3CW 2. CalcvISr tab 3. horne.f.wl d.had.iigAO.ud NUISBING COUNCIL H-tO1 Med Center PH. 392-375) Sandy Clerk Preddent KM.Ilen Neb. VAcePresident Jane Nartie ?mavuer VICed Heusinkveld Secetory Male Aflu"' 2C. e~a C. Dey Although ihe BooMl of College Council. Is only six mets old, It has becon,. -eNecliw. agency In cowlneng College Cauacl mcUiviSm., It hms .6e bog. to eposeSt Sudeat loeda by sebug -n en mdvluely heerd to verdous edmIIsrmiv. officem on camps. elly, In .Mne ioses pw cqmunlcSlloe mEd 401felon wih n feoivr comatudfy le g I|Na. Sf shrking assurce., ihe ord Isodstvely maeldeg W6ys to best apaesont Sludei JIM POUCH!, Nteed. Board of College Council. *wb. 4 This .diblnamltd b'y ith'lid of'Csihg.CeuacIl. -----* Bring this to you e'uOnoli or to I Room 129, Tigert Nail *. .---LAW COUNCIL (J.M.A.) J.M.B.A Low Center PH. 392-0490 (9:SI-.O) Craig Wolfan Plaident Merth Snedoker Vlce-Pte.Ident Mildred Hlggen Secretory Ben Aye. Treasur Mee Matnis: 1. FUtdz MMs SA 2. Student I.ng. I G. enet tRalc Council M~lCINS COUNCIL Sex 418 MedIcal Ceuibr P14. 392-3073 Zovi. Newmorkt Pvedident Ronald Padher VAce-Predidefit Male. Aelivites: I. Penm hr Mediael Studesal ngaiomn 2. Pweed Medhael Cenee Betery NI. Seek tImhage 3. U.S. Seawee Sluden end Faculty CO~nU I * hn______ ...U U a Issmsameeseas I

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S IWO TIME RECENT TioPHy LIN WNNE IN HAIRCUTiNG UNISEX HAIR STYLIST lOW AT' / NO. AM0IN TM TS 37346U0 nE9W. UNIV. AVEI AT WUTOATE SHaPPING CNTR. 1 IGH T TH RIFT STOREINFLA TION SEE OUR COLLECTION OF NEW AND USED FURNITURE. RECYCLED NOTHING, HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ND ANTIQUES -WE BUY AND SE. 1045S. MAIN 2 block s off Univ. A ve. 37 2-9 151 RfltpEgjg Lv for' Sal. at the GOmre,vl S Shoppuno cOr on N Main is th. pioce our little animal friend. La Papilon 332$5 MaIn Recyded Clothes 2sc to $30 tues -,ot lOam 6pm 278 9s25 grateully accepted o n a s r flhQUARRY Rock. AMinerls we carry oquoroa rock minerals speciaLty Visit the Cocius "soli Nonsense. nt. Upn golden toms AJIens Aquatic and Trodl Bookpocks Rugby Shirts, *ool''ch Shit' W'it Stog Speedo Bathing Suits Full 'in. at Campmng Gear S Scuba Equip 3448 W UnLaV 373.9233. UP .N' Ye, Allic w. hove books, bikes. desks. bed., old loely Unomit.new & old 91I NW 41. St. 376-9445 NO. I lHRlfl STOME -Why spend mor, toan you hov, to see oro th" og.34Ma. Go n.viIIs nl Mn VaI~ Prmn: 's ; 377-8465 fo e inal n qimo in ft Milhope hpng ho. long b.n Mognhxr *nhgjeiot, by Gon.villes lines. For ft. Ieosl .xp.,siv. price for "ll flor"l "**, vi "''ba. Horwl WhoI.S.l Av. Rememnber. 210 NW UI We're etili *UE.U.UU.U.uU.u.-u.u.u-uuuu.uEUU.u.u.u" EUU.U.UUU.U.U.UUUUUUUEU.UUE.U.U"U o Hand PVtd entine Gft &hnotbo4 UOnbdigt u oue.,O W~qE ur%,y 13 ) wh | OPn Coup. Ced u. 3J.b1. 141975 PLA/TER GALLERY lib ShappIng C.rat 171020 -------------~ You can have' a COUPon|I ad onthis' page for' ------f -__ mm u~irs ;oucon---~~~~1 DANNN YOGURT (4) far $1.UMIT 12PMR CUSTOMER COW P.4.10t O [OTHIERERTH 604 NW 13thSt. S .Milihopper Shopping Center I OFF SALL PAINT JOBS aTUNE-UPS I THIS WEEK AT I Joe's Paint & Body Shopi 5! K Weahmoafferlowla'bs, i ibod wrkVWmechanical mepatsJ | ~Your own | | personalize |Valentku's Day cards | campusd and sikled aCO.SU t~ dw" bi $2 off regular prlc* |Campus Comm ilans I i Call Peggy 376-4482 AREV YOU GOING TO NEED A RESUME?' LE[T US na IT NOW AND GET 100 PERSONALIZED ENVELOPES FREE Renaissance Printing ~-'----------. ---.e-a":1 I i I I -t NESPINGQ Moth. bM.h S04 NW lah St. ho. a wide voviety of Nolurol product. for ft. total body .xperlnc. Visit us soOn For oil mrn s I styling n.d., wOmen'5 hir Ii. Country Sq*.o I'-fs 4.wb.,ty HEnd ho. ih. .spertIs. to do lh. job Igt.Fr ap. coil 377-545. U-VALENTINES DAY SALE 10% OR -A" J'"""" 20% ow -AL" clam'-, ,,,,, ""m e. C 31. 'V 37781." mu u.weas. K the Alligator VA LENTINE'S DAY EDITION Coming Thurs., Feb. 13. SPECIAL VALENTINES MESSAGE PRINTED FRI. FE3.14 IaN TH ED CALL 376444 The lndependent F4odd4 Aligator ru.doy Februory 4, 3975, Pap.; 1 i26 Hawthorne Rd. 373-0362 ----

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P.,. I 1%.Th Isdep.ni Hisee MlIIelww TIcadey 9.bMey 4 1975 MEM NUNIUS CL ssI DS rrheir yot ''rd6oirm. oporsen riobile horn. or oirmnctS Ih. easy way' CiUi FEE IS REFQ)NDABLE Jot 0. 130am II FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT RILO 0,.'? hybsii700 405WMbA SuItor bd'. S mornths old p.*eti cond eQ $166 now W99 0. bate off.r ,Iso NikonF with F T N ,et.r 'rust saoce 1220 or beit oil.r oh'l 377-4436 (A 10t-45-P) 21W. Uh. A.e. 377.51 LAST NIGH Annqg. '955 Ford truck bcdy, iteb onoin. *,c.1l.n Need. rronsn,.ton, Co"' Oowd 3732224 k.p Irying 6o1r 66 p) I1973 lorido 350 Exele Conditior, with helmet Cal' Doq~d 373-2224 keep 'rytn9 (o0 0-66 p. I96S Porijloc otoe stor-on won AMIM rod~o odcory air heatr luggage rock rower steerio tape deck outormotic super dean $750 370-5934 {o-5t-70-pi Socrs 'en -speed leespit 'with lock and choral two morntbs o'd 570 00 3425 204_SW 2nid A ve 373-6918 t5 70-p) FREED0AA Slep von camper n-c, elec sink s*%dg-corpet Tope-deck n on's m l ',*.i'm. oppvrtun* only $995 Se. 0' sofo.' c-o'p'round 'n ohochuc 0o5170-pj '073 mobil. horm. 2 <60 2 b.droom' tenI Ot ir h ethAIf utlfrihd 5)200 soulty & oflume no,. of 75"7 month o'r ros. oftc jon.I 373-2064 in-h Y-p on !rL At spit STA 61 ste-cco to, tlpc r Ao I 0ihae c "i -,t," 08 c', 3Q 904 A Sor'vo l rock 2 or 4 chonrnei with .noak.'s hEcilert (ondition Asking 95 dollar, or best ofis, Need Moreyl Call 377 8316 'o 2, 73-p) Rchw n Metn *3 tp good shop. *Qghts 140 A J *yenmngs 392 0472 days 37fl 9564 (o2t 74-p} Bulroco 125 1972 $30 roberts S trock tecOrde? 5100 (hoy 1964 .aii greg1 S30 poforotd cp II 520 Birtoin, 0 spev ol'y $I0 373-4167 (a 3-74-p} ',uper EfcienI SIC Formv In 4 *sp.oker, P.r*.ct condrtion only 8 Months old Upgrade your system with the. guohit ;peck.,s + 1v. money 5265 373 723 BSA irOtorrycl. 60 650 *O5I and 'dmpendobl. fronsportinon $500 Also 22t v eIecorir boseboord heater 590 JiM 177 4158 04 74-c AKC regster.d gerrnor, shepero puppies rmol.,S week, old wormed by vet hod dhots 5)00 coll 373 0587 nlter 3 prM 10 ,n speed ryen bk.e eucelient tion 170 with hom lock CoJI 372 '9S6 everengs In ii 72 p. FOR RENT WAN' TO MOVE' It you des.r. to move 'rom, your p.sent OtaOni~ we conr.1m sub1.' bir findyou a roomrnro *rnriedictely or NO COSt Jnied Read Estoqe Anoc Inc '3 NE Mbt Ave 3fl-6992 Ib-Ir 55-' op1 to sublease available feb 24 close to o mpus 2 bd', toOl 172 no 3768336 ofifr 5 pm (B 1ot-67-' NO tEA$E NC lASt MGNtH4 2 bedroom turrn.bed unrs fray, 5)35 -e m~on*., rclud. *04, sewage garbo. pickup peui-control ,and yard care Pycir,. View MObile Vitlage 378-MI?7 or 3fl *e al o~rI wanted o to.room na two bodrooni opt cok toralt opns S'S 4 0 month i.meie occ,.occ, co 3fl-5sl bSt-,O) NOUME IN THE C0UN1RY Eight nil's to ron-pn ''-' O( + -3 tCoil 372-2Vet (b-St-7g-p} RO0A~TE WANTED sublrt a A bdrm, -. --h "'are a""*" f*"' T grt $92 mc contact *b. place office or 0. b-5-70-pI No deoJ, nao.as heuse on Oak. Santo Fe need on. ko hor. with SI00 mo, uts incld qtiet cmrp.' dhs*wvr perch yard don iS-OU3 V6-)8 (b-SI.p) Innediate Occuponcy 3 bedroom api cenr.I heci ond air with poe' 215 per month cok 373-2209 or p73-3464 (b-Si$20 week~ Uent by .veek or month this ustie 2 8. horn. No loose, kichen equwpped, children 4 p. O K, i ocoted minutes from the city Idea for students or cOhiple eer hurry or, is onelt (1302) Open Qom-Spln 2kB $141 Wolk *.clutiV* listimg nflt der & fully 'oat long Pets Co. n.-8pm 3 br tHose 377-6092 ao compusil &rond new This spacious nOp WIth .quipped titchen, won't O K '(SE 377-4992 5)50 Walk or bike to campus Iron, tI,' fantastic location CI-tIren & pelt OK I033 Cost Qom-Spmr 377-4992 Ftreploc. 3 Odr, 2 boih with heat o, den corpdts,& drope, pals *.lcorrel 0pe n0-n 37760992 $85 month u41.N dla Pd Coiy apI with it *Ouipped kitchen No lease 'deol or ,ldents or coupleil I 275) Un iled eoJEstte Ansor i?3NE i6AvS 0D*rl 7 toys 377 6002 ULJBET BR FURN AP' sorr Vaon sor VA & Shards (Cr lit ieot, dish .,osher pool, etc ovna MAar 1376 3753 otter 5 pm (b-3J-73-p) role rOOmrT'0 needed Own rOam + thude coil ran olter 'Oarm S0 W0 no 42-0772 b.di-73-pl Fern rgooe needed now own room 5000W anrse or morgo cate. 5 o| villO4* OptS +~ ,llities Cil pm 377 208 Ib'''te MCO4' Ei '0 tt"'e mai. One ba 0 51'es hoif Fob frep 'tas. I June 'SO '"o autot 2nd f 'Ptr .377 '150 0o' e', roon*no'e need0] o' Plc. p C.M. bdro $97 -,. ap WoW C ~ot V.,gie~o 992 'Ai2or 375636. ormt by Nc. 6 b St'I7 p' % 'lmedows Iun rshed porrMen 2 M bth co'p.drnp. A( poto 000k Cr, t souriI by Febrot $7)096cr 373 5_ 171r _LI BEA1 THE HOUSING SH40TAGaI'I 'jaw is lhe tim, to star, 'ocking for dota home tor spqlag Cl foill ar hove nary I sti rgs oa' 0 or then. smOi depot!i can hold it tor you 'odoy 3,7602 SNOWS TONIGHT 91,01 we C Cal' FREE t Ot-''I vs. *eee I .4 7u1@ 9t L T 4 I A"THE FAMILY" STARRING CHAALES IRONSON TELLY SAVAIAS

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Th ine~e*ed MIgSer. JeSde bbrvs.y 4 Jel, Peg. iS FORRENT 2 *EA ORXMMAIES wanted tot ranchh Quorter Ap' 5635+ Melsach ca1 373-9155 (b St 74-p Nl%& wn Roan bsI6 p IUI*h anfurnihe 7Q.75 tutnmshec. ,,~e openg coil 3'2 2364 (b 2rt EA0 N NOw1 smt oona ndd is. hate I brrT ob27w 595 nI + mp 4,1 oets boa fr ren na onflpf b3 es. Mno, nnry 37449 6b)74* 0 s. dlose Itcompus fuqn,*ed j 37S.0114 5-S pa, 2 Medocam $140 ti AC (b 2t 73-p -ebi tro4ade lgma govden. 8750 .onero for rent, inlud'ng all Ait i. gaed *ahetaion le m ifrmoFeraon tpyby 4Wnw 13 Si -r call 37-92S2 eil fo' donald (b)3 72-ti 2 e ots,,25 no .rclud.sl.t req WANTED e 2 roornrns to rent slhe. rm .r, 2 Sin fd -p $60 mc If Willng 10 *sw or 095 no for own tin 4 se, deposit sutier Gdn's 37029 sl.e Cooma,. n.eded ~*o~~hoe Vhpeg Pork opoitmintn 52 25 a mnoni, gend n jiltae CoIl Pon gi Sh'elly after 4@ 33291 |I .'or l n.01. 'oormmate wonrod *o share 2 bdrn *s OrO* let IS 'ocosed 'n county pd.n64 al 158) onh4*; Ic Study in Guadalajara, Mexico Tt G&JADALAJARA SUkW4ER SCHtOOL a full *ccrellted JNt VERSITY OF ARIZW9A prOs an, wI'1 ofter Junw 30 'a August + athrOpOlOgy art, #4taIdon 'OIk lOre geogradhy, Iditoty g0wtfl 1141 Ji uhge an~d lileriatu e Twt'na, wilt. 1)0 oard anw 'Oe"m sill tieic r fally $245 Wrae IO GUADAI.A)ARA$UWMEP SCICOL 413 Flew. *sychorogy Arrerna S fA5on T2Iri Buy anygiont. large or nmdi peuca ci rgJor pric, and receive on. plza of Ihe next allhr size with equal number of mngredients FREE! 511mg this ad. And FuL.4dms FibS8 ~1tttW!4MfrAYr WANTED -* --))t & Sivfe T'wo4 ,t ~i rinl95 old !PWPI V e.a~(e' 0 en a On. 373-3894,c 5053a -' J SirnaI. rrnCIC ,re $5 .jt,i~rs v*ry Lhor' i 3""5 ~ 2p iberol *oonmma.~ e a e ne SW 6h Ave 37? l0l9! si2~ 'nd a ploa to ,y an -e do m~or Ptaer roanm rn ha. oop ~dok~g "oenonn Ci 4 377 1452 ny rng pleot i 3i 74 Mel Io qen'' 'oaihre I 0 fP house awn .,, rk ,o nrb 'A '""ly '0 dooms Intl' 5, o Li, Si', or Syton .1706%4 K 5' 7l p I or 2 lemnore 'oomvol. +o, 2 bedron"m 2 bot tun 00t uloury -aredern 16 HLP WANTE Licensed re0,as ea tn lebpesoo or notional Conipony Quoronted inlay +COrflrnsson Coil Gary or Suse 377 4Q3 (~S-C AUTOS 973 block Sd-s5 COPMflI COUPE Lilly squ pped t--'her nt -c-cl ln nro finm 3'20248 otter $ pt,, t Sr 70 p} o1 Vego a A otrbor6 A' Aicor r9F r d r 'en,50 ond no St -loor ,n 7 .11 17 m35 A*?, 5O q'oto ,rn' Weino ne a 'eld Jor D' oa 3 '0 ond so At. j)rI A PSONAL SAMMIlE 5 ARRIVED FPOM ,0m N10W QPEIN Spec ae~ F Eg. ifho -ufliflg blow waog 'a' h'e noch jse.| Droc at co'on.,' G'oro 716 'i U-I Are ir 2M ,t SO 3o fVedd'rg r.idt or's 1' 40 per JU busness cO'dt 5095 yate' 9io,, moagnair ,'9r, okset p' nt' r, C Ho v'n-n r"03 N Mon FR C -ARAt TESSONS brna lasses $20 OC',,,r 215NW 5ue c 'oft1311,5 Mo' -h ba een7 oQ9 378 7131 20T 6P9 ro'enily CO'' fdrr' d IN' aer ,l erro log.t 0 '' 20 rear, .per e" Coil 372 83 ) PR 61 C Coy war en el age h, 1i P -y Tn,,325 5 '0-c' PERSONAL ,iAAX ~r~ F0 ) Bo. 2049 I'Qr '1e u~'_ 262 rt '4 7p tOM Rfji 'JO I D p tm B#FAD 4 (K IF reI 'he ovenl 'v.1 po, '"' b, I, orndo'' nri *0 'rOval foit. *s~kt.110 Aident, ore'gr 1tuidy soeO'deuy $ 350 cor I mar 'r 3t 'I04 jce 273-3287 "ter $ St 5 70 p) tsrPopersy Conad I or;. Srdc Fo catloue 'nd $2to Esso ySerrvices SSood'no Areiui Su,'s 208 loronto On anada Also campus represen, 'o ""e' 'qred Pieos te I 35t 70 ph ~ondho s nokpork. Por *W-fro e tet Rugby SI,'nt Tra'Il Shoes WhI, i Sto Speedo Bolhin0 Su its loin Jnm Are you '1 wcmon 'vho believes .p the -"ifirlyof 'hasexes if to *wouldhlke to mae. yatr on a male transit suet NY whoye to donce end totally a always wears In At MoSon~u we SPec'IIIS 'ni fuston, leotherwor, *dols 0 trov.L bags If,, con be mod. o4 motherr we con make iia losur you Ma Or, 93) W Uniersity 4.e opeir Io n,n ,rMonda ir ardyb ppo'nrn,.It Sundays evenings 373.0'' n''e' 4d 9 30 2''dp A ~0Q~-ir 09d'kk, .a m'Ore *n-' 20 Ini, d jwol 9'I p oo re rd KK. 78'i649 5 74p 0, ~d~ ,0 4Ws 1 ntho oy 115 01eos worso LT& FOUND -' t eward olae 'eIp us .j *'l Monk a 7 B281 ,,0Cosourts,_n' rO deot fy '325QJ r 'Op. _____ c'e 'a *' S r rch*'nqr 0ur me, ye s eg9, no ad cad MEA.JO a 07 95'4 5r l p .4 ci i'e ','ataOn I r 1 M o'd or 378 32' -.'F' e.Yr, SERVICES E*plfNtED TYPiI1 st deprndoble ~Ar 'F egot'oble Term paper' etume, StEEPY HOtIOW Hot. 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Dolphins Moore reflects on pros By JEFF TUDEEN Alligator Sports Writer Nat Moore, lounging sleepy-eyred mn his (,atnsville apartment one morning. spoke modestly of his 'uccess at snagging Bob (iriese passes a' a Miami Dolphin rookie. Moore is back at UF, inishing up his B.A. degree in Physical Education. He'll graduate In June. in time to rest helore lotnig the Dolphin camp, br season No. 2. SEASON NO.1I was a great one for Moore, though tor Miami it ended short of the Super Bowl for the lirsi time in tour year,. He c taught 37 passes tor 605 yards which placed him fourth in the American Football Conterence mi pass reception yardage. And this wa' after Nat spent his two seasons at UF in the Gator backfield,. AT [UF ONLY occasionally did he sprint out at the backlield to catch a pass. Why the success? MOORE plays do&n the "natural ability line.' He cnmpha',ited the "great teaching'' of two veteran Miami receivers. One's Paul Warrield, the other Marlin Briscoe. He says they .rc responsible tor "9) per cent of the teaching I got 'It w.as a 'cries of luck and a couple of breaks tlat gave nme the chance to show what I could do," Moore said. THE BIGGEST or these was early in the season. Warfield and Briscoe went down with iuric'. so Moore and How ard I i hey took (ner the twu starling spots "It rook a lot of pressure off, not having them in the ineup. Moore said. Pressure or not. Moore was quite a eplacement Just three games into the season, Moore was awarded the game ball afler his TO catch ignited Miami to a 21point tourth quarter sport against San Diego. WHEN WARFIELD recovered, there was no doubt either Moore or Twilley would have to go down to second learn "The coaches saw Howard to the bench and I started alongside Warfield. It gave me more confidence. It meant they thought I could do the gob as a rookie" Moore said. Even Dolphin veterans were impressed. Fhe Tiame "Nat Moore" became a household word mc describing Dolphin success. One of the most often repeated quotes camne near mid-season. The Dolphins were showing first signs of looking their old selves when linebacker Nick Buoniconti said something to the effect that if the team voted then. Nat Moore would have been most valuable player. MORE JUST said: "I know a lot of my teammates gave me good PR, good quotes and all. I'm honored. But, honestly. I was lust happy they accepted mec as a teammate," Nat specialized last season in the improbable catch -the pressure catch, often on third down with defensive backs all over him. He said playing halfback at UF helped a lot. "As a hack, I was used to getting hit hard. to having people all over me." he said., Moore roomed with Warfield on the road. He says Paul and Briscoc grew to be his closest friends. "ON TOP OF ALL the help in practice. they would take me out and show me all the spots when we were on the road. I plan on going up to Ohio to visit Paul and his family in February," he says. Moore chuckles now at a subject he says has really bothered him -the NFL Rookie of the Year award, captured hands down by Green Bay's Don Woods. Moore couldn't muster a single vote. "I was angered at lint, probably because I got a lot of phone calls from writers asking me how close I thought the vote would be between Do,, Woods and I .I never thought f'd get the award, but I guess I expected something." he said. There's one thing, though. that he can expect for sure -plenty of playing time as a Miami Dolphin. Gators overtime 'Dog Guard Bruno Caldwdll .aak two crucial foul shots with IS stcand. remaInIng In doubleovertime helping the Guts. to a thrilling 107.104 victory over the Mhadssppl St. Bulldog. last niht. Don keilc put [UF out i IronI 104-102 wIth 30 seconds to go before GENE SHY .leading Gotor scorer 107 -04 Caidwell made good -n the one and -n attempt and upped the [UF lead to foer point. The Bldo sante back with a basket but a Mhakislppl St. technical foul whleh Calduell capItalized on, Iced the Gal., victory. The gain. was hotly contested throughout and at the cud of rqgulatlon,. the Gatorn found themselves In their second constcsjllve overtime game.o Rich Knarr hIt Jumper at the bunt.r to sand the game Into the Anrt overnIme period but after fthe minute. the score wa, tied once sgpin at 94.94. MIshaIsppI St. forward jerry JenkIns led all wofln wIth 37 pintS while Gan Shy paced the Gate,. with 26. INTR AMUR ALS Today is the deadline for signing up for Men's Dormitory Roiling. Law School Basketball, and Sorority Flag Football. Wednesday is sign-up deadline for Open League Basketball. Open League is a eparate independent league open to aruity or former varsity players and those individuals ,ho wuish to ailpete in a higher competitive league. Contact the IM p41cc. 229 Fl. Gym. 392-0581,. Gill Rudernian. president of the UF Rugby Club. said rugby praflice nil be changed ftom Norman Field to Lake Bis hop overs ees cours e repairs By PAT McGRATH Alligator Sporta Writsr. Clear the path! Here comes foreman Bishop! U F's multi-hatted golf coach has again dug into his cap supply and surprised the '.orld by donning another heretofore unknown chapeau. Bishop. who aside from coaching one of the nation's finest golf teams, capably serves the University Golf Club as resident pro course superintendent, tournament director, and advising counselor to his golfers or anybody else who confronts him with a problem. He might. lor' the next six weeks or so. be spotted around the golf course sporting a construction hardhat. LAST WEEK, major reconstruction of several areas of the course got undet way under Bishop's watchful eye. Gat} os tae.lg e UF's wonmen's basketball ream took flrst place in the Flagler Invitational Sunday by defeating MiamiDade Community College South (6944. Sunday mlornmtg the Lady G(ttrs had dealt FSLU a 67-46 defeat to make it into the e enigs championship ound. THE GATOR CAGERS had begun the three-day tournament Friday night Sinning over Miami-Dade North by a whopping 72-41. Saturday morning the .onmen beat the University of Miami 58-45. but suffered heir linst and only loss from Flagler College 83.60 Saturday night. Against FlU S-l foardcenter Sue Chambers led the Lady Gators with 19 points. and 56 lort ard Suzi Brownlee scored lb hitting 58 per cent fram the tield. I anmate V'al Bazaite was in double figure w.ith 10 points. Bazarte hit 83 per cent iron, the field,. In the Miami-Dade-South clincher 5-3 guard Bazart had 13 points. Chambers had 12 aid Brownice, Kathy Wagner and Emm~na Garcey all scored tO. Brown nlee was 71 per cent Ironm the field, he Gators were cold ditrmng the first half of the 'actory game tuth a halftime score of 42-14 Florida. The second half looked as if it ,Aould be more of the same until 5-5 forward Emma Gracey stafled to score. BROWNLEE, PLAYING her second *year with the Florida cagers. had been benched by a foot injury until Friday. The North Carolinian hit 2W0 per cent from the free throw line for the entire tournament. Lady Gator Coach Paula Welch as speechless. She had been sutfering from laryngitis since Friday. but no one could mistake the victoryy snile. '"It is absolutely terrific.'' Welch hispered. as she trainednd to add. "Tke ,omen played so w.ell and deserved thle victory." [he Lady Gators see action again next Saturday against the Univcrsiky of South Florida in Alligator Alley at 10 am. SIJZI BROWNLEE .key player The major area of work is in and around the large lake that fronts the green on the par three eighth hole and crosses the fairway on the par three second. Here is a rundown of the face-changing operation: Thet existing tees on holes number two and eighteen are being retesnstructed. NEW TEES are being buit on the second (both ladies' and regular), third. nmnth, and eighteenth holes. Both the upper and lower tees on the eighth hole will be reconstructed and. in addition, a three-tiered tee will he fashioned. Also, a new ladies' tee will be built closeto the water. "I don't want to lose my girls." Bishop chuckled, Greins on holes one, two, and eight are being reconstructed. EACH OF the tees and greens arc in close proximity to the lake which itself is being cleaned and graded. The dirt that is dredged from the lake Is bcrns used to manufacture the tees, which shows that the wily Bishop could also wear the hat of an economist. Ronnie Garf of Lakeland, an ex-UF golfer whom Bishop termed "a big Gater'" is the contour architect for the course. Together with Carl, Bishop hopes to rebuild andor add new tees and areans on every hole during the next five years. r ~ A. Florida Alligator ATLJF, NAT MOORE WAS GATORS "MAIN MAN' .proved to be similarwith NFL. Dolphins

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.'.pEan roo AJiOd ~ ludy bvoy4 ? Wome in proar but covernna~n~iit Okay ,omen, let in. as they 'Jy. put all LII thi t ardis in the Gais, you say that deep burning Icelng inside *eu coes from the sports coverage women athletes hasc heten eog Well let'stake a look at sports and its coverage THERE ARE TWO major factors which dlecide "hat wilI Into the paper, reader interest and 'pace availability Now, the sports department should not run a public relations campaign for anybody. The department should not be there to promote sports but rather to report It he newspaper is not going to flood the paper with Mary Muppet's 2 second 100 yard dash time unless (here is truly reader interest. Y Oh. IS women libbers might Write a letter to the editor rnow pressing how interested everyone i' im womeTinS sports, hut they're only kidding themselves The ierest lies in men sports and for a very good reason. They~e been around a Iec ----.-~flj -----mere 'cii -sas 2AX)()( THE AMERICAN BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION (ABA) I\ i X&llcn dndlogs about sorts and its coverage. When he XHA>roke io the sports wiorld there "a' little tan imcerest 5*, there w as little coverage. keen nly. a ter many years ol play, the ABA tried to Cnvince the television networks that it should have coverage. Bu the itworks said interest was not great enough and until va -tub dw"n. Sports departments are uot obligated to give anyone cvrgeAd this point is Important to remember. The state Tmight be obligated to make sure enough women get into lw chool and the nation might be obligated to make ,ure 'tme have equal opportunity Bt the newpaper their only obligation is to the reader. H E SEC ND ACOR in printing news ts the space you ha availale to print it in. There just isn't always a lot of LOU BR ANCA CCIO that pure white stuff around to lay print on. Daily, both nmen's and women's sport stories have to be cut to fit then, in. When the sports department runs into this space problem the first consideration however, is to cut the news which has little reader interest. Good guess. it's usually the women's sports. WOMEN'S SPORTS, mind you, is covered. It is found on the sports page almost every day. But women still seem to have their bras in an uproar as if the coverage has rubbed their breasts the wrong way. You've come a long way baby, but you havcz't come fat enough to jam sports stories down unwilling readlers'throats. "Cinderella" Saturday. February IS 2:O0p.m. Univerity Auditorium U of FStudents NonStudents FREE $2.00 Children under 12, $1.00, must be accompanied by on adult. Suggested for Grades K-6 especially. "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail" Saturday, February I5 8:15 p.m. University Auditorium U of F Students Non-Students Frm. $2.50 Tickets for non-students ore available at the University 8ox Office (Consanai Theatre). University of Florida students may co Il 392-1653 to secure unpaid resrvoflons. These reservations will be held at the University Box Office until 4:00 p.m., Friday, February 14. Union. PAICI4WOIK Q(JILUNG 0 -'V Pig. I5

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Pug. 16,1T,. independent Rondo Ailtgator. runsdoy Februory 4 '975 Sear ch for A dale for the rcconmm~endationi ol a nec Vice President tor Academic Aflairs has still not been set by the search committee 'We're still in~ the pioces' ot gathering reference material, Until we get it in, we can't set a date for recommendation. And we dlon't know when we'll be getting the information in, 'aid Harry Sier,. Graduate School. OF THE LISJ drawal Utilities, dean of the UI+OF 26 name' winder consideration, one has been eliminated., Dr. Dorothy Arata of Michigan State her request or withV P continues [)car Siter MondaN akcd members of the comnmitteec to cond'tuci a phone 'u rvey of all oil-campus candidates for recommendation. THE PURPOSE OF THE survey is to obtain a more accurate picture of the candidate in addition to th mendation. according to e letters of Skier "More people will open up on the phone. more than just mn a letter,' he said. Committee members were given an average ofthree people each to contact. Sisler predicted the committee would meet mi about two weeks' to discuss the results of the survey gov't discuss Power companies, increased prices, and nuclear power plants will be discussed at [UF's third annual Pblic Uitilities (PRg Wednesday. on fe ten cc Sponsored by Research Center this Tuesday and the College of Business Administration, the conference will host more than 100 industry, government and education representatives in, the Gainesville 2900 SW 13 St. Center Director Dr. the conference will al Hilton power rotes| executives and policy-makers Service Commission. The conference begins [uesday and Finishes at noon in the Public at 9:45 Wednesday. Entrance fees are S100 for the public and 550 Ibor members of PURC. Speakers Tuesday will include State Senate President Dempsey Barron, PSC members Paula Hawkins. Eugene Brigham said low an exchange of issues and ideas between utility company Ad PR heads s "Adhertismng and Public Relations Days will be held for interested studIent, at th SWayne Refitz Union. The first session wiql be Tuesday. Feb.4 ronm q 05 an, to 4 p.m. and the second wil Bill Bevis and William T. Mayo. College of Business Administration faculty menibers will present reports on research projects Wednesday morning. peak at seminar "Rjnmon GA. Gaulko, vice president and general e manager of Marsteller. Inc., an advertising agency in New York, and William F. Nonnan. I. vice president and general manager of II be Wednesday. Feb~. I romi 9.05 am, to 205 p mn tuest speakers at ihe semmlar will include B urson-Marsteller Public Relations Agency. I he program is sponsored College of Journalism. by the UP BONANZA EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT RIB-EYE SPECIAL ~~1.49 Served win boked risp salad, with a crn] Texas Toost potato and choice of dressing, 'xd Wlscmne Arnerevn i0xi at right neigh bothy price' k. 2445 SEW. "No tipping pkease. ,Iust leave us with a smile." 13th Gainesville, Street Fla. AN OFFER YOU CAN'T REFUSE SUPER LUNCH SPECIAL 10:30 am-3pm ONLY $1.25 Any Sandwich (except A Glass Of Beer Or Soft 0 Potato Chips Pickle Pitcher of Beer Only $1.00 Over 50 Sandwiches To Cho |Open 'tiI 4 i'"* DE rink ose From 7 I515 SW 13th St. How much do you know about dhifmoilds? fyo'r lkemotyougcoesinlveo know very little. That's why you should plac, your con'idence in-atrusted name-like ArtCarved. Each ArtCarved diamond is selected by an expert gemologist tar its superb Cut, clarity and color. When it meets ArtCarved's demanding standards. it's placed in a setting that enhances its beauty even more, Come in today to see ouw eight distinct ArtCarved fashion co~ectionS rarvedc IN THE GAINESVILI MALIL N2fl-4431 ___ r 1' the e, rt