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H; Extra students cost UF $700,000

I"' ..
:,\ By TOM SHRODER specific' students who were admitted in Matuz said UF would not receive funding
Alligator Staff Writer violation of the 2,900 freshmen limit. for the disputed students at a January
"UF was simply in violation of Regents' meeting of the Regents' Finance Committee.. 4 '
Six hundred freshmen admitted in excess ofa policy: We have to take steps to insure the BUT UNTIL TUESDAY UF ad-
Board of Regents enrollment limit will cost other universities will not be penalized for ministrators were uncertain how Mautz would
UF $700,000 in state money next year. UF's mistake," Mautz said. identify the students who were in excess of a
State University ,System (SUS) Chancellor Six hundred students will be subtracted 2,900 freshmen limit. V V'4
Robert Mautz said \\JF will not receive state from the total freshmen enrollment before Dr. Bob Burton Brown, dean of University : Z ,
funding for 600 sophomore students in 1975- funds are allotted, Mautz said. College, said last month, "When they come I
1976. THE 600 STUDENTS could have earned to identify the 600 freshmen who were over
ALTHOUGH STUDENTS in this years $700,000 in state money.The the limit I suspect they may have all droppedout.
freshmen class may drop out by next year, the, $700,000 loss will compound a myriadof ."
full 600 students will subtracted from state other financial problems next year due to a Brown, said Tuesday the full $700.000 loss
funding, Mautz said. likely cut of$78 million in the 1975-1976 SUS would be felt thoughout UF and not solely in
No attempt will be made to trace the budget.Squeezy UC."THE
MONEY WILL BE taken off the
.. top. By the time the loss gets to UC it will be : 4f "BrPf
filtered down through 28,000 students" 4 : in
Brown said.
V UF President Robert Q. Marston said UF
interpreted the freshmen 'enrollment
limitation to allow admissions in excess of the
limit if UF was willing to absorb first year
rs costs in its budget.In .
the past UF colleges have been able to
transfer more than_$80,000 from operating
capital to pay for, additional teaching n
This year a huge budget deficit swallowedup
all slack in appropriations. '
UF Executive Vice President Harold ROBERT MAUTZ
Hanson said the 600 disputed freshmen cost .UF at fault
% UF under $30,000 this year.


Harris removes self

In TEP cheating cases I

f'r By STUART EMMRICII TEP if Harris tried to rule on any cases involving
s w- Alligator Staff Writer TEP members.
ls4 Marmish said he felt the challenges would
"disrupt the system, but I would rather take
UF Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris care of it now," than let challenges come after
said Tuesday he would not rule on cheatingcases sentences are already passed.
involving students that he knew from "THERE IS NO DOUBT in my mind that
Tau Epsilon Pi (TEP) fraternity. he (Harris) would be fair,'but rather than let
,, Harris said he would not take himself out of that speculation (about Harris giving
'i iy any cases just because the defendant was a preferential treatment to TEP members)
F. a. v t member of TEP, but would only do it if he come up, I am going to challenge him,"
"I WON'T TAKE MYSELF off any case just After the first hearing was over, however,
because it involves a TEP person, a Jewish Marmish said Harris had taken himself out of
person, or a white person. I will take myselfoff the cases"voluntarily."
any case that involves a person I know," Harris refused to say if he ruled in the first
Harris explained.He case Tuesday or not. ,
added, however, that he did not know HARRIS ALSO REFUSED to discuss how
"90 per cent" of the current TEP members. many more hearings were scheduled this
The first full round of summary hearings in week.A .
the College of Business Administration UF business student was sentenced to
cheating investigation began 'Tuesday, ,and three quarters suspension in a' special
u II 4'1 3 Harris acknowledged he did not sit on some of summary hearing conducted last Friday.
them. Harris said the hearing was held ahead of
HE REFUSED, HOWEVER, to say how its scheduled time because the student had a
many of the cases he had removed himself "critical illness" in the family.
L front allowing)) Honor Court Vice CHancellor' THE NAMES OF THE STUDENTS involved -
Vicki Jay to preside over them/ in the cheating investigation are being
Harris is an alumnus of TEP but does not kept confidential,'and all hearings and trialsare
live at the fraternity house, and said he secret under a Board of Regents policy
doesn't know who most of the members are. mandating the secrecy of all Honor Court
4 At least three hearings "were conducted proceedings.Three .
3"1 a /7 g Tuesday, and Honor Court officials indicated Honor 'Court officials will be on
they expected a total of four or five "Come Together," a WUFT, channel, talk
photo by chip hires ALTHOUGH HONOR COURT Atty. Gen. show tonight at 11:30.:
rider Paul Marmish said early Tuesday he was Harris; Marmish. and Chief Defense
planning to challenge Harris if he sat on any Counsel Bryone Petersen will discuss the
hearings involving TEP members, Harris' College of Business Administration cheating
Please don't squeeze the shopper, and a'' price comparison to keep, your decision was apparently voluntary. investigation they are now conducting.The .
especially not one- ,so small,and soft. For pocketbook from getting, ,the big Marmish, said he was going to challenge show will)) be rebroadcast Saturday at

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2,Independent Florida Alligator,Wednesday February S, 197,

-House- delays. Oil depletion. allowance kept

WASHINGTON (UPI) consider it ithin the next 90 i I Republicans voted for repeal. Ullman\ who has promisedto

The House Ways and Means days as part of an upcoming Although no one men push a tax cut bill throughthe
food stamp hike Committee refused on a 22.14 energy tax proposal. Ullman tioned it, the depletion issue committee by the end of
vote Tuesday to include an warned that the depletionissue also could upset Ford'sapparent the week said the oil
WASHINGTONUPI( )-The House voted overwhelmingly end to the oil depletion would delay the tax cut, willingness to acceptthe depletion repeal would be
Tuesday to order a delay in the administration's plan to allowance in a pending which he said is gravely committee's bill. The 'irresponsible procedurally
i increase.on j< March I the 'cost of food stamps now used by multibillion dollar tax needed to stimulate the President has expressed his and substantively";,when the

more,than J 17 ,million; American .... ,reduction,bill.Proponents...." ""I economy. opposition to repealing the committee would immediately
. The measure passed on a 374-39 vote, would delay untilDec. "To amend this bill in allowance. consider energy taxes.
30 1975. the plan to raise the present average cost of 23 of the oil this way at this time would bea Ford said in Atlanta
per cent of a person's adjusted income for stamps to 30 per depletion repeal, led by Reps. very grave error although I Tuesday that while he would The half-century-old oil
Sam Gibbons D-Fla., and have publicly stated many want to see the fine print he depletion allowance allows oil
cent.The Senate Agriculture Committee planned to,take up the William J. Greene. D-Pa., times that 1 would !support an felt he could go along with the and gas companies to deduct
House measure Wednesday and expected to send it unchanged promised to take the matter: end to the depletion committee's plan to junk his 22 per cent of the income
to the Senate floor this week'' for final congressionalaction. to the House floor. allowance, Ullman said. $12 billion tax rebate in favor from wells even before other

Committee Chairman Al Voting against repeal were of a combination of tax cuts tax deductions are taken. It
Ullman, D-Ore., swayed the 14 Republicans and 10 and rebates mainly for will mean, if not repealed
Ethiopan rebels strikeADDIS committee against the Democrats. Fourteen moderate and low income $2.6 billion to oil companiesthis

depletion repeal promising to Democrats. but noPitts persons. year
ABABA (UPI!) Hundreds of Eritrean guerrilla j
infiltrators battled 'government troops in the streets of -
Asmara Tuesday and a massive American and French airlift and Lee .

moved foreign nationals out of. the embattled provincial
wedneSd ALLAN' J.
capital. sentence upheldTALLAHASSEE Wire: editorcapsule
Residents said the street fighting erupted in a score of ,
places after a relatively quiet morning when the rebels
(uP)) They were tried again
managed to slip past government troops surrounding
Asmara. The first stage court of and convicted.The .
appeals upheld Tuesdaythe appeals court said it
The U.S. embassy chartered three Ethiopian airlines planesto
double murder "credible evidenceto
take about 200 American, Canadian and European Abbey seige over
victions of Freddie Pitts support the (Marianna)
nationals out of Asmara to Addis Ababa. A French airlift
and Wilber Lee, Port St. jury's verdict." It said jury
carried French and other foreign nationals to Djibouti in Joe blacks who have selection in Jackson was SHAWANO, Wis. (UPI) Chanting Menominee indianswere
French Somaliland. escorted from the Shawano County Jail to the courthouse
civil in
a rights cause similar to the system
celibre. Duval and upheld the trial 80 feet away Tuesday and charged in the 34-day occupation of
War convoy hit Pitts an abandoned Catholic Abbey.
and Lee were judge in finding no
convicted of the Aug. 1 I. evidence that blacks were Thirty-nine Indians were taken into custody Monday night
PHMON PENH(UPD))-Cambodian rebels sank or heavily
1963 murder of Jesse systematically excluded. when they ended their armed takeover of the Alexian Brothers
damaged six vessels in a Mekong River en route to
convoy Burkett and Grocer Floyd Under Florida law, Gov. Novitiate. Nine of them were juveniles.
South Vietnam for food and war material Phnom Penh Port
Twenty-eight were charged Tuesday morning with
both Port St. Joe service Reuben Askew could not
sources said Tuesday.The station attendants. pardon the men but could disorderly conduct and criminal trespass. More charges were
insurgents also lobbed two 107 mm rockets in expected later.
Their conviction was recommend to the State
downtown Phnom Penh and five more at its airport killing
overturned by the Pardon Board which The evacuation followed an agreement under which the
live persons and wounding 30 in the first shelling inside the state court in 1971 supreme after consists of the Governorand Alexian Brothers agreed to transfer the facility to the indians

beleaguered capital in two weeks. they had spent eight yearson Cabinet. He would for"51 and other considerations."The indians plan to use the
The Mekong River convoy included a tanker three death row at raiford have to have three consenting building as a medical center or other social service center.
tugboats, four barges and two navy escort boats. Thirty-five prison. votes. The indians took over the novitiate New Year's Day and
crewmen were wounded, the sources said. held it through a drawn-out_series of negotitations.





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"' Independent Florida Allllgator, Wednesday, February S, 1975, Page 3
New DimensionsIn

MEDITATION, PRESENTED Nursing BY AAUP protests letter

As taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi SIGMA THETA TAU

CHAPTERSU.F. By GARY BALANOFF assume by this motion we will obtain remedial
/ \ Alligator Staff Writer action."
f Mk WIU GIVE YOUProfound : AND F.S.U. If such action is not taken, Fisher said it
rett for the The American Association of University would be up to AAUP legal'counsels whetherto

.body Rtleote of ttreit. FLAGLER INN Professors (AAUP-Fla) indicated Tuesday pursue further legal action against the
eniiort FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 they will take legal action following a Board of regents.
e .mind A clearer, sharper 9:30: 4:15Symposium : Regents letter which prohibited department UNTIL THE COMMISSION makes its

,''n "I and iklllGnoler presenting collective bargaining.A chairpersons as part of collective bargaining
i roles of nurses in
e Mtltfottion/ In Jan. 23 letter from Dr. George C. Bedell activities."I .
research and
your(job your family life practice,
;/ yourself education from both director of personnel and faculty relations for personally think it's an unfair labor
Tallahassee and Gainesville the State University System, to a University of practice' Dr. Ron Carpenter AAUP-Fla.
areal. North Florida Administrator stated "If a vice chairman said referring to the Bedell
person wishes to t retain the position of letter.

FREE LECTURE TONIGHT $1.00 Students department chairperson, he or she must "It's clearly harrassment" Dr. Norman
$3.00 Others 'cease or desist' from all organizational ac Market. United Faculty of Florida (UFF)
Wed. Feb.
tivities. president, said.
McCarthy Auditorium Dr. Bob Fisher chirman of AAUP-Fla., Dr. Al Guy. UF chapter president of UFF,
8 PMINTERNATIONAL Directed toward practicing said Tuesday afternoon his faculty sent a letter to UF President Robert Q.
nurses, nurse-educators,
and students organization will file.a motion with the Public Marston stating "The Board of Regents has
MEDITATION SOCIETY P.O. Box 12917 Phon. 378-2742 Inactive nurses
Interested In nursing. Employees Relations Commission (PERC) to no legal authority to determine whether or not
protest the letter. chairpersons will be included in the
THE MOTION FILED by Fisher will bargaining unit."

B'nai B'rith Hillel Jewish request the state commission to inform all ONE OTHER FACULTY association
chairpersons they are still tree to particpate in attempting to be recognized as a separate
Student Center union activities until the commission decides bargaining unit also expressed its concern
otherwise. and state it would continue to include

16 N.W. 18th St. 372-2900 "Until such a time as PERC decides to the chairpersons in their activities.
contrary chairpersons are managerial em "This isn't the BOR's decision to make"

1:00: p.m., Brunch ,ployes, '0 Bedell stated. Dr. Buford D. Thompson, president of the
Sunday: 7:00: p.m. Jewish Newspaper Fisher said the regents have no right to UF Institute of Food and Agricultural
define chairpersons, and should refrain from Sciences ,(IFAS) Faculty Association said.
8.00p.m.: Israeli Dancing by David Ross
", such a statement until PERC makes a TIIOMPSON SAID THE ultimate decisionof
definitive ruling on who'is in the bargaining whetheror not to include chairpersons will
Tuesday: 8.00p.m.: Conversational Hebrew by Dr. Zev, 'Jaegar
have tremendous impact, but added that
4:30: p.m. Talmud Class : THE COLLECTIVE bargaininglaw I IFAS chairpersons were free to participate in
passed last spring, public empoyers suchas the faculty association's business.Dr. .
7 The
: PmPsalms Jewish of Life
Thursday, : : Way ?,. ;: the Regents are prohibited from "en James Quarles, president of the UF
8.00p.m.: Mishnah couraging or discouraging membership in any Law School Faculty Association, said there
900pm.: Israeli songs Janice Gelb discrimination in in his
employe organization by were no department chairpersons
regard to hiring tenure or other conditionsof college, so no one would be affected by the

Friday: 5:15: p.m. Traditional Service employment." Bedell letter.
6:00: p.m. Sabbath meal (Reserve by Thursday) Formal hearings of PERC are slated to Dr. William H. Donnelly president of the
begin my mid-March. During those hearings, UF Health Center FAculty Association said
size of bargaining.units will be a major topicof there are 65-75 chairpersons who would. be
830: p.m. Creative Reform Service.by Linda Emas discussion.The affected by the regents' letter.
hearing'officer will determine after the BUT HE ADDED his association has not

hearings are completed whether chairpersonsshould solicited assistance from any of the chair-
900;: a.m. Bible Study Dr. Barry Mesch ,
be in the units. persons in the health center.
10.00a.m. Traditional Service ;
Saturday: : Fisher said the AAUP position was that "We don't wish them to be compromised"by
10.00a.m.: Liberal Conservative Service ( ) of decisions such this he said.
"they chairpersons are.not. part any as one
5:00: p.m. Afternoon Service management and should be part of the "We would want chairmen and assistant

Hillel sells Kosher-meat on Monday and Thursday 4:00.5:00: : unit." chairpersons in our bargaining unit"
TilE MOTION FILED by Fisher will Donnelly added. "We do not agree with the
The with color T.V is for
lounge open lounging. ,request the state commission to inform all BOR."

chairpersons they are still free to particpate in Dr. Bernard M. Leadon president of the
Rabbi Grafstein is available for consultation and
counseling union activities until the commission decided UF Engineering Faculty Association, said
assistance-call or come to Hillel.. other wise. 'none ot the school's chairpersons had talkedto

"This is the first step," Fisher said., "We him about the letter.

Prof Emeritus Kenneth 'Kidd' diesDr. II

Kenneth P. Kidd, 62, a founder of the
Florida Council for Teachers of Mathematics,
died Tuesday in Gainesville.

Kidd was a faculty member in the UF
department of secondary. education since

1947. He retired in June, 1974, and was
named professor emeritus. '

A member of Phi Delta Kappa and Kappa
Delta Pi 'professional fraternities Kidd was

the author of several math books including 9
""The Laboratory Approach to Mathematics."

Kidd planned to'spend spring quarter as
visiting professor at the University of Georgia.
'Funeral Services for Dr. Kidd will be heldat

11 a.m. Thursday at the First Presbyterian DR KENNETH KIDD
UF faculty member since 1947




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4, The Independent Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February S, 1975 -



4 Alligator Staff Writer

FLORIDA VETERANS: will meet tonight at 7:30: p.m. in the
J. Wayne Heitz Union room 334. For further information call LA

3921677. 81\e\ Qiiutmihj) 9e4otnungSews '\ ,t JtHg, ... .'.
TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION: a lecture on the .Jse ",a.::
; effects of TM will be presented tonight at 8 p.m. in Little Hall CP,1egelfg,
room 205. For further information call 495.2654 or 3782742.
ERA MEETING: The Gainesville Organization for the Equal
I Rights Amendment will meet tonight at 7:30: p.m. at 419 NE "Cinderella"Saturday +joo t i a .
1st St. For further information call 3737003.
GBA MEETING: The Grad Business Association will meet

tonight at 7 p.m. in Matherly Hall room II. The meeting will February 15 2:00p.m.
feature Maurice Mayberry of the placement center. For !r O
further information call 3920380. University Auditorium

ACCENT Applications for the positions of Accent Chairmanand
Vice Chairman are available in room 305 of the J. Wayne

I Reitz Union. Completed forms must be returned by Monday,
February 17.SIMULATED. U 01 F Students NonStudentsChildr.n
noo .
_ COMBATEESt The Simulated Combat club R
will meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. + MN
' room 346. For further information call 3783434.

s PSI CHIt The Psychology Club will meet tonight at 7:30: p.m. *
t in the Psychology Bldg., room 151. For further informationcall -s

3920527. under 12 $1.00: mutt be accompanied by an adult. Suggested'
STUDENT SUPPER: will be held this evening at 6 p.m. at (for Grade K.6 specialty. La Dole Vita is a long and episodic
the University United Methodist Church 1320 W. University.For portrait of Rome a corrupt dark,
information 3728183. Donation is $1 / and place
further call glamorous ugly seen
PRE-VET CLUB: will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in the <<>> through the eyes of 'Ma reel lo (Marcello

4 Mechanical Engineering Bldg.. room 211. Mastroianni), a cynical journalist. likeDante's
, CAPTIVE'S ISLAND: a classic movie by Mashior Shinoda Inferno takes
it us on a journey
,will be 8 in the Law School
, presented Thursday at p.m. "The
Night into the depths of hell. The film markedthe
, Auditorium. Admission is 50 cents. For further information
culmination of found
3922149. a tendency
o call
"TilE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK": a movie in German Thoreau Spentin throughout earlier Fellini films: the

. with English subtitles starring the teutonic W.C. Fields will merging of neo-realism with poetic

be presented Thursday at 7:30: p.m. in AFA 105B. For further symbolic and non-naturalistic qualities. It
information call 3922120. Jail"Saturday is Fellini's best.
BEAM UP TO BEATY TOWERS for a regular meeting of
S.T.A.R. (Star Trek Association for Revival) Thursday at 5 February 15 8:15p.m.
p.nT. For further information call 3928784. University Auditorium WED., FEB. 5 6:30: ; 9:30

ISRAELI SINGING sponsored by Hillel will be held at the .. 2nd FLOOR AUD. 50cI
Student Center located at 16 NW 18th St. For further information !r
call 3786533.

COMPUTING: Capt. ,Grace Hopper. Head of Navy
Programming) Languages Section will be the I guest lecturer at
the A.C.M. meeting Thursday in Weil Hall room 324.REJDEll'S U .1 l F Students Non.Students
Free ak r $350


Tuesday's Alligator incorrectly stated that the
cost for the
Tickets for non-students ore ovoiloble ot the University Box Office (Cone
renovation of the Environmental Action Group's (EAG) truck (stems Theatre). University of Florida students' may call 392-1653 secured
for glass, recycling would probably be covered by taking out a unpaid reservations.. These reservations will be held at the University Box '
loan from Student Government and paying it back'within 12 f Office until 400 pm. Friday February 14
months. .
Sponsored by Student Government Programs and the J. Wayne R.in
The article should have read that the cost of renovation {Union, i
would be covered out of EAG's glass recycling operating

The $600 SG loan will be used to pay tor the truck.
The Alligator regrets the error. .

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ADVERTISING The Independent Florida Alligator Wednesday,fobwrary 5. 1975.fag S


The University in hard times. .


BOR "Moneysaving"proposals/ : BOR memo of 1/24/75 and BOR meeting of 2/3/75

o No salary increases for 1975-76 eliminate, or offer less frequently) ; increase average
o Elimination of virtually all faculty line increases class size by 5 percent

.' Elimination of freshman admissions at the o Elimination of some so-called low-production

,University of South Florida and Florida programs

Technological University ( rejected at BOR o Reduction in faculty positions assigned to research;
meeting due to political pressure) and public service activities

Higher tuition rates for all students at all the state o Elimination of all requests for new equipment

universities o No program improvements or new programs

Reducing the number of small classes (merge, e Reduction of current OCO funds by $8 million dollars

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BOR and university administration statements represent it before the Public Employee Relations
.I and counterstatements throughout the month of Commission. p1A
January concerning budgetary freezes, cutbacks jX return to teaching and research of all faculty {<.
';; and layoffs, and actions like the freeze on all book professional employees on faculty lines who :
t; purchases have made two facts absolutely clear have been assigned administrative duties. '
:: admidst the general panic and confusion: V*A reduction in salary to 1973-74 level for all upper g"
t The BOR and the UF administration are attempting level administrators who received more than a""
i1 to place the burden of the budgetary $1,000 raise for the current year and a freezing of
ii crisis this year and next on faculty and other such salaries until faculty and professional 1 employees \
i professional employees, graduate assistants, receive equivalent pay.
i career service personnel, and students. Reduce line items not of teaching and research t: I
a The faculty and professional employee input positions but from the administrative structure of .
$: into funding allocation decisions will continue at its '. the State University Systemthrough the following "
present minimal level. actions:
The United Faculty of Florida believes that more fXA thirty percent reduction in the number of high
'ft: and not less resources are required for the teaching level administrators on the chancellor's staff. For -
'. and research functions of the University of instance, the Personnel and Faculty Relations ;.
;j Florida; that more and not less faculty voice is ., ) Division increased from six to twenty-one positions ,.
r1 needed in budgetary decisions. : in a ten-week period this past fall
In light of the steady erosion of faculty purchasing / Similar cuts in administrative positions and the "J
power in recent years, the BOR position of University of, Florida and other SUS campuses.
NO 1975-76 SALARY I INCREASES is intolerable. In Qualified faculty and professional employees .
light of the steady deterioration of student-teacher would perform the necessary administrative
-3 ratios during the same period, furthee faculty .:"' functions at their regular salaries. I'
cutbacks would seriously endanger the quality of
education in UF's! classrooms.The Faculty and professional employees should be
given the option of taking unpaid leave, at no
UF goal in this difficult economic situation is
penalty, If they so desire. This is not a subsitute for
to protect the financial and professional well-being
of the faculty, professional staff, and graduate a satisfactory sabbatical program.
assistants, the educational welfare of the students, Development of a plan for optional early ,
and the investment of Florida citizens in higher retirement which will enable retired faculty and ; ;
"' education. Toward this goal, the United Faculty of professional staff to use university: facilities and :t I.
Florida has called upon the BOR, in a letter dated .I', receive full retirement benefits.
:' January 27 to its chairman, Marshall Crlser, to Development of an aggressive plan to make fj
implement the following program: .. certain that educational opportunities will be ;
A basis of system-wide cuts in the administrative : ,;' available to all Floridians during the general
staffs which have proliferated over :" ;'. economic slump. Specifically, the UF proposesthat iJ
the past few years, including: : tuition waivers be granted to all unemployed '11
V The elimination of one of the two chancellors, workers and dependents of unemployed workers. 4 1
which would result in an immediate savings of a : The current budgetary crisis provides us with the i
.r least $100,000 in salary and support costs "r-' opportunity to reassess the administrative h
V The repeal of the "Regents Professorships" structure and function, to check Its rampant w:
". which enable presidents and chancellors to growth, and to redirect its course away from its b
remain on the payroll, which, within three years, current trend toward Industrial management. The >>
will result in an annual savings of $500,000. ; implementation of UF's program would begin the k
,/A halt in the practice of using non-BOR attorneys long-needed process of reducing the administration, r/
and Instead rely on the current legal staffs. For drain on University resources and redirecting
'I' example, the BOR is employing attorneys from Those resources to the areas of Instruction and ;
Syracuse, N.Y. at $75 per ,hour plus expenses to research, where they will do the mostgood. :


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learned a new word the other day:

Pecksniffian.Read .
it in a Wall Street Journal editorial.

Pecksniffian means "hypocritically affecting

benevolence or high moral principles"-after Seth

Pecksniff, character in 'Martin Chuzzlewit, by
Charles Dickens.
The editorial accused Boston. University of

being "Pecksniffian" for reneging on its invitationto

Ron Ziegler to speak on campus. The editorial

pointed out that both Jerry Rubin and Abbie

Hoffman have gotten fat paychecks for talking at

Boston U. in recent years. :

John Wicklein Dean of the School of Public
Communication at Boston is identified as the

chief instigator of Ziegler's troubles. Dean

Wicklein accused Ziegler of doing his best to

subvert the First Amendment (freedom of speech, f

freedom of the press, that sort of thing) and that it ..
would be a "travesty" for Ziegler's speech to be

paid for with journalism department funds (as had "... SO YOU ON FIND WARMTH,SECURCF/AND SATISFACTION IN KNOWING you ARE WEL.\.C\tE\ [)
been planned.)

The Dean's arguments convinced enough

people at Boston University so that the invitation

I was withdrawn.And Another third-rate burglarySo

theWall Street Journal was upset. After all,

Ziegler had only wanted to "subvert the FirstAmendment"
the almighty state has taken $2,650 from you and
whereas Rubin and Hoffman
decided to give it to Ron Ziegler.HOW'S .
wanted to "subvert the whole Constitution." BRIAN
THAT for a third-rate burglary?
Furthermore Ziegler had never been convictedof '
According to Steve Weiner, the Accent speakers chairman
a Watergate crime, not even indicted. UF students are a bit upset about all this. He reported several DONERLY
Pecksniffiansaid the paper. hundred phone calls protesting the fee to be paid to Ziegler.
We thhik the Journal neglected to mention an That's hardly surprising. However you should keep in
important and essential difference between Zieglerand mind that virtually any speaker brought to campus is going to
NEVERTHELESS.the fee is useful microcosmof
offend-some people. activity as a
Rubin and Hoffman. The
were Moshe Dayan bothered a few people. Anti-Zionists would the entire political process.. Money is taken from you and it
dissenters outside the decision making process. certainly have found some other use for the money spent on is spent in accordance with the desires of politicians. That's
Ziegler was. the official conduit to the world of him. what politics is all about.

Nixon's views. Bringing Scoop Jackson here in 1972 was nettlesome to
Like the eldest child we expected more from campus libertarians among others. Jackson's consistent Here it is a relatively piddling amount of money and the
advocacy of state action as a solution to all problems has won apprentice politicos in Student Government. On the national
him. And we got less him the nickname of "Mr. State." level, it's $350 billion and a cast of millions. But it's the same
By a vote of 80-1 Florida International principle.
And Goldwater's visit
Barry was no doubt offensive to all
University students at the schools's first university peace-loving people. Goldwater is such a militarist that he Basically there are two ways of doing things. There is the
forum voted to invite Ziegler to speak. .but might have gotten the U.S. involved in the Vietnam War if he market method'and the political method.
without the promised $2,150 in fees and expenses. had been elected. THE MARKET method is based on the idea of peaceful
Like our fellow students at Boston University THE POINT of all this is not that Ron Ziegler isn't such a exchange. If Ron Ziegler wants to speak, and you're willing to
bad guy after all. He is. pay, you can listen to him. If other people want Ron Ziegler,
p and Florida International we wonder if it is wise to Instead it is that these problems are inevitable given the they can pay for him..They. can't steal your money to bring
pay several thousands of dollars to Ziegler now way we Finance speakers. Anybody known well enough to him to Gainesville.
while the university is paring away on utility bills, bring to campus is going to be obnoxious to some segment of Or on the larger scale if you want to bailout Lockheed,
graduate assistantships, library purchases and the student population. Accent is always going to be spending you can invest in it. If not Lockneed can look elsewhere. Thatis
course offerings. someone's money on a speaker he or she can't stand.In the way of the market.
fact the same problem attaches to anything which is The political method on the other hand, is based on force.
Don't get us wrong though. We're not againstfree funded from the student activity fee. The money is taken from you and then the decision is made
speech. We just think that this speech shouldbe The activity fee is $2.27 taken from the money you pay for about what to do with it. It could be Lockheed or Ron Ziegler.In .
free. each credit hour. That comes to$34.05 for a student taking 15 these terms libertarianism could be defined as a total
And if Mr. Ziegler doesn't like that hours. It is used to pay for Student Government, Ron Ziegler, preference for the market mechanism over the political. It is a
arrangement we could invite Governor Askew and other reprehensible things. preference for peaceful exchange over force.
ALL OTHER systems employ some mix of the two print
instead. He's due on next week to Local libertarians have been
campus anyway working against the fee for ciples. The measure of freedom in a society is the extent to
address the bigwigs from the Institute of Food and years advocating a voluntary structure in its place.That's stilla which the market principle is still allowed to operate.. The
good idea, but it must be admitted that it is
Agricultural Sciences. not most trend in this country is definitely from the market
With the next legislative session rapidly approaching pressing' project in the world. The state is doing several dozen method and toward the political. If this continues Ron
worse things to us than sponsoring Ron Ziegler.
and of Ziegler will be the least of our worries.
questions university funding on

everyone's mind.it makes much more sense to hear ,.

from our governor than from a third-rate press

secretary. The money saved on an honorarian The Independent
might then be used to help fund a graduate Terri{wood
assistant ship. Florida Managing Editor;
Alligator ; '
How about it, Accent Chairman Weiner?

Oil Qtnettcak ,
David Klein Conna Brian Jones
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Th.Ind.p.nd.nt l Florida Alligator, Wednesday:February 5, f97S.' og"7

I .- .Circle K defends coliseum night at RatEDITOR I

: In reply to Mark Sutton's column
in the Even in the event that the funds for the Center were Mr. Sutton choose to withdraw savings to cover spending, at
Jan. 31 we of the Circle K club
Alligator applaud his artistic available it would be a short term solution at best. Consideran the end of six months he would be forced to cut back expenditures
talent in exaggeration. Not only does he exhibit the example, if Mr. Sutton possessed a savings account bf to the $50 level and also lack the savings he once
ability to overlook some of the facts but is truly hindsighted.Mr. .
earned $100 a month and spent exactly the same .
Sutton should the facts had.I
acquire before. he presents. his amount everything would be fine. However if all the suddenhis AM sure Mr. Sutton would rather choose the latter course
case. 1% pay were reduced to $50 a month Mr. ,Suttonjias" ,bne of of action, The state Js in the same' ;'position as would' Mr.
CUT BACKS are unfortunate granted, but looking deeperwe two options to consider He may either withdraw monies from Sutton. It is true the state could not remove nonrecurringstate
find one problem, acquisition of the Activities Center and the savings to cover expenses or he may reduce his ex- funds to run the University, but even if it could, in a
operation of this University would come from different pendituries comensurate with his earnings in a month. Should short period of time the previous expenditures levels would
funds. This University is operated by the Board of Regents have to be reduced to what we are now contending with.. The
through a budget approved, by the legislature under recurringstate Board of Regents has wisely chosen the proper course.
revenue. The Activities Center would be funded directly Sigma Delta Chi But is a University Activities Center needed? If the
by the legislature through nonrecurring state funds, i.e., "a student body is willing to settle for a second rate bands with
savings account for the state". Thus it would not even be attendant high prices for lacking a large seating facility, no
feasible for the funds for the Activities Center to be poured they do not. If the student does not wish to see fine broadway
into the operating of.the University since the funds would not speaking out. productions then the 'answer is no. If students do not mind
be allocated in that event.Use sitting on the floor or not even getting into University
Auditorium to hear speakers then they do not need a Center.
Statement of the executive Journalists Sigma Delta However if the student body is tired of the above conditionsthen
the bike pathEDITOR committee of the Society of Chi, finds intolerable this the Activities Center is the answer.A .
Professional Journalists, suppression of the press CASE in point is the inordinate high cost of live entertainment .
Sigma Delta Chi, UF and the public's right to here at U.F., not to mention the second rate
: This letter is addressed to the dumb chick who chapter know. nature. Good bands, like the Carpenters and the Stones, are
was riding her bike on Archer Road, Tuesday, January 28th, The Honor Court's out to make money first ($30,000 and up-performance) and
at 5:00: and again at 8:00.: almost hit you Why, on There is a cheating actions, as we see them, will not attend a place like the University of Florida with a
God's green earth, would you prefer to ride on Archer Road scandal being investigatedby are damaging not only to pitiful attendance numbering at around SOOO.'The economicsof
instead of the bike path that runs parallel to it? Is it so that the University of the local press, but to every the situation would force the price of tickets well over the
passersby can see your cute little behind all the better? Do you Florida Honor Court, but person that realizes an going market price of the act in most cases, which no student
prefer danger to safety? Or are you just ignorant of the fact it's the public that is open courtroom is one of wants nor would Student Government book such an act with
there is a bike path? getting cheated. Becausethe the fundamental the attendant high price tag knowing full well that they would
Whatever the case I'd like to say to you and to others I press, particularly the safeguards of a free lose their shirts at the box office. A larger seating capacitythat
have seen that when someone finally does something in you Independent Florida society. an Activities Center would have would make it possible to
behalf, as a biker you totally ignore the fact. A lot of people Alligator, has faced When the courtroom is book bands that are of higher caliber but would also drop the
worked hard to get that bike path and I just can't stand to see serious obstacles in its closed to the public, the price due to the greater volume of sales possible.The .
someone like you throw it all back in their face. reporting of the court's news that spreads is the Activities Center envisioned would not be some
There: I've said it. and I feel better for it. But let me warn proceedings. news of the grapevine. grandoise white elephant but a functional structure en-'

you. If I see you again, riding on the road, I just may lay on During preliminary Rumors spread, many of compassing mass seating, classrooms, theater seating,
my horn when I'm right behind you and scare the hell out of hearings last week, them false and damaging natatorium, and gym. Primary use would be for concerts,
you. Maybe it'll save your life. reporters were faced with to innocent people. In this trade shows and basketball. Revenues would go to capital
Patti McGlave threats by Honor Court atmosphere everyone loses, improvements for the student. Athletic use of such a facility
Clerk Typist II officials of being removed especially the innoncent.We would not be greater than 30 per cent of the total usage.
from the floor of the ,J. of the Society of THE PROPOSED Activities Center would cost between
Wayne Reitz Union where Professional Journalists S15-20 million to build with quite alot of these funds filtering
All of us are students were confessing, fully support the Alligatorin down to the local economy. Even after construction the
and a photographer was its attempts to open economy will reap the profit of such a structure through the
told to leave the area. Honor Court trials to people who will spend money here while in attendance.
on trial hereEDITORi Although the secret public scrutiny. Such a structure would take some 'five years to build and
preliminary hearings have We condemn any actions most of us as students would not see completion of the
ended, Honor Court officials of the Honor Court project. But if the benefits of such a building is considered
It-is said that life is a joke. That is not to imply have announced and UF officials that hindsight then someone better rewrite the dictionary. Circle K
that it is always a funny one, however. With regards to the intentions to keep all trial would keep Honor Court will continue with Coliseum Night at the Rat.and will have
cheating trials one must note one salient fact: we are ALL on proceedings secret, closed trials private, because then Mr. Sutton's "Tummy Award" there.
trial here. That is why the trials should be open. Whether from public scrutiny. This justice could be done for
particulars are guilty or not is an issue to be decided by the was at the advice of UF .no one.Adopted.
courts, but the world's moral guilt has already been determined Attorney Tom Biggs. John M. McGinnis

: guilty as charged.The The executive com at an executive .. .< .' '.... Immed. Past President
accused are accusers, the accusers: the accused. The mittee of the University of committee meeting of Univ.:;of Fla. Circle K'Forgiven'
alleged cheaters are on trial for a tangible offense while the Florida chapter of the SDX Sunday, February 2, I ,. "" .' ". ,"-" ,, .
rest are on trial for an intangible one. Such duality demandswe Society of Professional 1975. \
know exactly what is going on; such absurdity dictates we
know what is going on.
If such importance were not placed on grades there would
not have been any cheating. If the testing scheme were not by the street peopleEDITOR I
sometimes so irrationally wrong there would not perhaps have
been suce an outbreak. If most students had more self- ,

confidence in their work and more determination there would : I'm glad I'm creased heat because And now 1 find these through education, ,the
have. been no case. "forgiven" by the street Gainesville police social cripples are in earning of financial
But there is a trial and if the rest of the "accused", those people. My inborn quadruple their patrol in reality the modern day resources, an a measure of
who do not care, those who have cheated or will cheat those ignorance hasn't yet student areas during the Jack Kerouacs' : far self pride.
who give unfair tests, those who condone cheating, or those managed to show me how spring freak season. superior in their levels of But then the street
who are genuinely concerned, are not informed, then there is lonely I am. 1 am the one who can't freedom and independence people don't "pretend to
no mark of Cain on our calloused souls where perhaps there I can't help wonder how walk into a store without than I.I I. be proud." '
should be one. such a prosaically rosy being closely observed by I who foolishly believe
Let us not let the issue be swept under the rug. Let there be article could be written the watchful eyes of freedom consists of having
one more lesson to be learned outside the classroom. Allow us about the parasites this merchants tired of being options. Options which: Helen Aller

to see one more presentation for our intellect. Do not cheat onUS good town is annually ripped off. can only be gained I." ...... 4JM.
the student body and the world, by not letting us examine plagued with. ..-.....
ourselves on a test whose result is not to be a letter grade, but These are our "brothers
a moral position to be taken during these. our first years of and sisters" who con-
adulthood. tinually accost student-

types such as myself
outside minit-markets for
Enrique Martinez "
change man.
3AS "spare
And when told
"nothing's spare" they

The Independent react with indignant ..
outrage. I guess I owe \

Florida Alligator these people something.
Because I'te chosen the
Doug Dial Ron Cunningham "sophisto" life of gettingan /)11" .

En .rtolnm;nt Editor A1loc'lote. Editor education and then a A
"il :' job. I am sneered at by the
George Kochani Jr. pathetic: outcasts of thebeautiful '\
people's" 1I
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.: UF prof predicts' food price increase Il ( -,., u1,;, ,L. Southern Bell wins. higher' ratesBy

BRUCE MORRIS 'issues the written order. It is in the process of being written
I II II I D W t Alligator Staff WRIterAn

By PATTI ROTH sportation. Labor and energy costs are rising: therefore. food I Polopolus. i now.The commissioners were forced to approve the interim

'r Alligator Staff Writer prices are rising.. Polopolus explained.. Further recommendations to help students stretch their, interim rate increase granted to Southern Bell increase because of a 1973 Florida Supreme Court rulings'
Ahother theory for the price increase is the stores'' fear oj f r. food dollar are made by Mary Harrison. UF associate LJw LJ- Telephone will increase phone rates for 2.6 million Florida saying that when the utility rate of return falls below the

What can we expect in food prices this year? the re-imposition of price control, said Polopolus.. professor of extension consumer education. Her suggestions s,:-' 1 __ customersfrom, Jacksonville to Key West, including UF and allowable rate set by the PSC, the board must increase the rate

/ We can expect a 6-10 per cent increase, said d Dr. Leo High prices mean a higher base-price level, if the pric e Watch specials. Take advantage of specials which stores, St ,,,<___ Gainesville r residents.The to the acceptable level.
Polopolus, UF department chairman of food and resource control is reimposed.FOR have to attract customers. January phone bill for UF was $$110,800., SOUTHERN BELL'S' allowed,\' average rate of return is set

economics.The STUDENTS on a budget, Dr. Polopolus recommends s i Buy .fruits and vegetables when they are in season. Most According to Calvin Greene, director of the physical plant, at 8.75 per cent..
heaviest increase will be during the first half of the substitution in vegetable protein areas.. roadside stands and farmer's markets sell their produce fore 9 ,. this figure can vary from month to month depending on PSC commissioner Paula Hawkins, inGainsville for'a UF

year. Prices will stay moderately stable thereafter, said Peanut butter is one of the cheapest sources of protein, h he less than t the grocery stores do. 4 added or terminated service. But it is fairly close to the sponsored utilities conference, labeled the court ruling an

I, Polopolus.Even Compare meat prices according to cost per serving average monthly bill, he said. "inflation clause: I had to vote for it (the increase)." she said.
said.This '
though commodity prices are decreasing, food pricesare year beef provides the best buy in meats, Polopolussaid. s .Be aware of meat protein value., Baby beef is leaner and / This bill covers the entire university, including the )J..'Hillis' 110wever..sheis tiling a separate concurring opinion stating her

increasing, said Polopolus. Lower quality cuts of beef contain less fat and are more less expensive per pound than mature; beef... Ground beef is a Y / r ,+ f fr Miller Health Center and .the Institute of Food and views.

ABOUT 60 per cent of the price the consumer pays for foodis nutritious, he said. good buy. Agricultural Sciences. "Regulation (of public, utility rates) takes the place of

for services, b beyond the farm labor, processing, and tran Pork and poultry!. are''expected to rise in price, said Remember other sources of protein which are less expensive sf ? GREENE said he expects this rate to go up but could not competition.." Hawkins said and acknowledged that the

than maat.. such as eggs, dried beans, milk and r ; speculate how much. court ruling defeats that purpose.
cheese. f rrrV The PSC granted Southern Bill an $$85.9 million interim The commission has eight months to act on Southern Bell's'

.. Shop comparatively. Check the store brands and less increase,just part of a$$216.5. million request by the company.It entire request for a $$216.5 billion b increase. If they don't, the

\ popular brands. Compare the price per unit of products when R It is the largest increase ever (requested by a Florida utility. increase will take effect automatically. .
Pantry Pride Big Star Wlnn Dixie Publlx that information is available. Southern Bill was granted the largest single i increase ever ACCORDING TO Hawkins, eight months is not enough

STAPLES Prices fort: Prices fort: Westaate 3 34th Street Budget your money and shop with a list. Don't' shop when 6 permitted, $$82.5 million in December, 1973. time for a complete investigation and the PSC is negotiatingwith
i Jan 7.4' Jan. 75 Jan. 74' Jan. 75 Prices for' : Prices for: you're hungry or tired. '* Gainesville residents will also be affected by the rate in* Southern Bill to extend the deadline.
;': Jan 74' Jan. 75 Jan. 14-' Jan. 7SJ very t tt "
; Don't' throw anything away. After each meal. Harrison crease. "We. can't be ready ((for a vote) until October she said.
J One residential lines will be increased from $$7.35 to The overall increase, if approved, would increase long
I, Bread 20 Sunbeam -- -- ..t8 .55 .49 .55 ..49 ..SSi adds leftovers to the jar in her freezer. Later she said she party .
(, \ makes a soup from this conglomerate. c t $$9.30 a month; two party from $$5.50 to $$7.15; four party from distance rates pay phone calls, installation! rates and also (',.

House brank bread I''.29 011:, .34 .32((1601.1') 34 .29 .33 ,,35 ((2401..49 .) Don't' disregard convenience foods. About 70 per cent are f, F ,y,,,r Adff \ II $$4.30 to $$5.85. initiate charges for directory assistance. ;;-.
r less expensive. These include instant coffee t N I ONE PARTY BUSINESS lines will rise! from $$18.40 to That will not be a mandatory vote;, according t to(,> Hawkins.
orange concentrate
:,. Cheese American 6 oz. ,55 .55 57 .55 59 .63 -- .57 and some canned foods. ''j $$22.10 a month; two party from $$15.10 to $$18.40 ; and four Southern Bill could.be forced to refund part p or all of the

1 IndMd. wrapped Kraft Know what you're buying. Read labels listing ingredientsand t party from $$12.90 to $$15.85. interim increase if a full. investigation reveals that the charges

Z .S .53 ..S 59 9 ..67'' .69 ..69'" '(, .69 .53 .49 nutritional content. The new rates will go into effect 15 days after the PSC are excessive.
};, House brand Cheese i80I.) ((801.a ) ((801..) (8(' 01.) ((1201.) (II'' 01.) ((12 01.) ((6 Ol.)
t .
+) Cottage Cheese 59 ..69 _..:. .69 .' ...;;..:. I .47 __ .69 ..
Breakstone ((16 oz.I') .. ,,; ..-, '((8' 01.1.r LocalrneatjBy rices downSome submits I

Tomato ,.r ,' _:,.' ] Harrington resignationBy
Soup .'r
,13 .19 ..13 ,,19' : !IS 'f ..20 .13 '.19
10.75 oz. can Campbell I 'J'' l Ii;' RENA EPSTEIN of the items were only available in certain sizes and
Tuna 6'/1'/ oz. Star Kist..u .49 .u .u '.19 .49 .44 .49 Alligator Staff Writer hese are indicated on ''the'chart. ,JANET PARK Harrington 'designs electronic equipment' to the
:: Another relief from'rising prices is the decline in the price Alligator'Staff Writer specifications of the researchers.

Chicken or the Sea -- .45 .4// .u .49 .49 .u .45 In a time of roller-coaster prices, it may be comforting to of(eggs. The average decrease was 10 cents although eggs are Harrington, 'who- holds a master's' degree in engineering,

Vegetable Oil __ .68 ,; .671'" .8'' know that some meat prices have declined considerably.. isually lower in s supply.and higher in price this time of year Wayne Harrington, one of five persons in the Com left a job in aeronautical engineering five years ago to come to
.89 ,9S .89 .65
16 fluid Wesson Although the average decrease was only 7 cents, ground tue to cooler weather.HOWEVER'PRICES. munications Sciences Lab who received termination notices UF.
oz '1 beef can be bought for 79 cents a pound' at American Meat ,' HAVE risen for most of the other last week, is submitting his resignation, effective Feb. 28.

(louse brand!, .79 Los .55 ..88 .45 ,99 -- .93 Market. That is a 30 cent decrease from January, 1974 when foods checked .in the Alligator food price comparison. Harrington cited "professional reasons" as his reason for

vegetable oil (24( 01.) ((24 oz.: i (12( 01.). ((16 oJ:,) ground beef cost 1.09 a pound. Although sugar prices are starting to decline from an all.ime resigning. Marston predicts'no
CHUCK ROAST DECLINED AN average of 28 cents and high. prices did rise from $$1.95 for a five-pound bag in Harrington is an associate in systems design in the speech

Instant coffee 10 oz. __ 1.95 1.49 1.89 1.65 2.09 U7 1.96 chicken declined an average of 3 cents. Prices for chicken all quarter to as much as $$3.09 this quarter. department, of which the lab is a division. He has asked Dr.

r'' Maxwell House, varied from one store to another but the cheapest price per Instant coffee also rose, with an average price increase of 44 E.W. Hutchinson.. interim speech department chairman, for doom '
pound of chicken was at Deloach's' which charged 39 cents a ents since winter quarter 1974. Instant Maxwell House gloom'By
6''' 8 oz. Sanka 2.07. 2,45,, .,". 209 2.79 2.17 2.49 .1.99. 2.49 an explanation of the termination. ,
(f..l.. dned) pound. Coffee cost 50 cents more. at Winn Dixie than it did during Dr. C.A.. VanderWerf, dean of the College of Arts and
r Box](, Cereal U oz. :k': The items checked in the survey are staples and food items anuary, 1974.Vegetable will be found for the five' if
,34 ,51 .36 ,::51 ,. ,37 .53' .36 ,51 Sciences, said faculty positions
Kellog''s Com Flakes ?. '/' I'' '' thought to be the basic items on a typical grocery list.. oil averaged 25 cents higher winter quarter 1975 their grant money runs out between now and June ,15, 1976. Alligator Staff Writer

'I The chart compares prices for the week of Jan. 26, 1974.. han \winter\ quarter last year. Big Star charged the most for "IF THE GRANT money continues they can be appointedas '
y" General Mills Wheatles .51 .61 0.53 .65 ,53 '.65 '.5l'' .61 with food prices from last January, published in a similar' Wesson Oil.American. research scientists or research scholars at UF, under a UF President Robert Q. Marston told approximately 100

Milk 1 Alligator price'comparison. cheese and tuna fish were among the most stable recent Board of Regents action," he said.If people attending a conference on public utilities in the
House brand 1.59 1.76 1.59 1.76, :,. 1.59 ..1 1.76' 1.59 1.79. A BLANK ON THE LIST indicates the items were not terns. Although American cheese increased 4 cents at Winn the grant money runs out before June 15, the five will be Gainesville Hilton Tuesday that UF "can meet requirements

: ,, ; ,;. ,:", 'f available in the stores$ we checked.Meat. Dixie. it remained about the same at the other stores. paid by the state, since they have UF ,contracts, but they will for the rest of the year without laying off personnel or
', ""
! Eggs, grade A large I '. : ';" ., .' be forced to leave after their contracts run out, VanderWerf reducing salaries.
.93 .77 .91) ,75 ,79,; ..79 ..89 ..77f In the meeting of the Board of Regents held
doz. (House brand explained.Dr. emergency
:' : ..... J subst itutes safethough Robert interim vice president for academic Monday budget reduction' and priorities were discussed,
Potatoes I Lb. Instant .91 .97' ..: :. ::9; Bryan. .
-- 1.19 said.MARSTON.
-- 'til white Marston
Pillsbury Hungry Jack r ..' affairs, said Monday, "They can stay they grow l
I ,' "'" ,,1' .' .' if the federal continues." EXPLAINED that there is some monetary
,;. ; f"" '* ", ,: 1-, ( beards money
f House brand Instant .3'1' .:.._ _;.. ),...... __ <.r'j., .99 __ .' .65' VanderWerf faculty positions would not be guaranteedafter flexibility. If necessary, money not needed by IFAS and the
potatoes I lb.. -- ((7 01.) .. ByPATTIROTH, the actual nutritional content differs amongl11anufact'urers. June 15, 1976, and there was no question about jobs health center could be used elsewhere and "we could make it it.

Alligator Staff Writer Appledorf said. found for them their research money runs out duringthe through the year."" ,
V'' Instant Breakfast 7045 __ .91 __ .89 ,,j'' '__ .'1.4'' __ ,' 1.39it People should not be afraid to use commercial meat There is no nutritional disadvantage to using them, he said. being academic year. "There is no doom and gloom at the University of Florida,""
it variety pack Carnation ; J ,. '. j.. j ((10 pk.) 110 pk.) substitutes and extenders, said Dr. Howard Appledorf, UF Depending on the particular product.. TVP products can b be. THREE OF THE men who were terminated have written to Marston said.However .
''f ,.; \ ," associate professor of food science. \economically advantageous, and nutritionally better for those. chairman he later said. "we are in a very, very serious ball
(tr; I department *
P I.(.I-b Instant I Hutchinson, speech
__ '. E.W..
,j"j"I." Breakfast ury __ ,. ...;.,I 1.35. __ 1.23 Most of these products have adequate nutritional value, he on" a prudent diet said Appledorf.. Dr. explanation as to why they were terminated. game in looking at what is happening this year and next
: (10( pk) (IOpk) requesting an ""
( i said.Textured FOLLOWING ''substitutes 'and extenders are Dr. Stephen Feinstein, Dr. Howard Rothman and year.
4 Saltine Cracken __ .64 -_ -- vegetable p protein (TVP) products are available as available in Gainesville'grocery stores. They are "WE WILL HAVE the opportunity to examine ''carefullyour
1 lib. box: Nabisco ," 67 .6'' -- 6'' meat substitutes. They simulate meats and extend meats I-B.P.'s.: Valu-Pak is 75 per cent ground beef and 25 per Harrington.David Caldwell, who conducts, his research .in St. priorities,,'""' Marston said.

t Sunshine racker.- -- .64 -- '.66 --' .69 -- when added to ground meat. cent: TVP. The price per package: one pound.. 59 cents; three Dr. was unavailable for comment on histermination.Dr. UF will b be re-examining what a university should do and
asa Augustine.
AN ARTICLE in Consumers' Reseach Magazine (February pounds $$1.69, five poinds.' $$2.69. William Brown refused to comment on any aspect of decide what its long-term goals are, Marston said.
a Sugar Dixie Crystals 5 lb. -- 2.89 -- 2.89 1.95$ 3.09 __ 209j 1074)) says. "Unlike meat, TVP products do not contain all of The taste "beats ground beef." said Robert Fonseca.. Big situation. He said he is trying to.maintain the "educational com

the minerals trace minerals which. h are essential for good Star> meat cutter. the said his resignation, to be submitted this week, mitment" to students and also avoid laying off personnel. .
j House brand -- 2.89 -- 2.15 -- 2.89. __ 2.89 health." Many meat departments make'their own blend of ground Harrington result of the termination. MARSTON SAID he was invited to speak at the con

However, Appledorf said this should not concern the beef and TVP. The blend costs less than pure ground beef. is "OVER not a THE LAST six months.. I've' seen. wave of little vention about topics in which he was knowledgeable. Having
Publlx .. Deloach" American Meat Market Big Star consumer.. THE CONSUMER can do the blending himself, with many years experience in medical fields Marston related
MEAT (per pound) 3-'th' Street 3-32' W, Vnlv. 3317 Archer Rd. bad signs.. he said.
TVP products he said that will packaged TVP' experiences, in biomedical research.
extenders some personal
,. Prices Corl I Prices for: Prices forr Prices for are not missing 'anything Harrington cited cutbacks in graduate programs, con
Jan, 74 Jan. 75 Jan. 74 Jan. 75 Jan. 74 Jan. 75 Jan.,,74 Jan.: 75 cause a gross deficiency. Any nutrient that is missing is minor The TVP extenders reduce cooking losses because the centration on University College students to the detriment of The desire to get immediate results in curing cancer, sickle- ,
and will be taken in with other goods eaten during the day, he vegetable' protein products absorb the water and fat that cookout students and what he considers the general directionUF celled anemia and overpopulation is a major. problem in

Ground Beef[ ..19' t'' .79 .89 1,19 1.09 ,79 1.11 .99 said. ,:'" of meat, according" to. ''Glenda Warren. UF assistant graduate F is moving towards as his reasons for dissatisfaction."In biomedical research;, Marston said. '

f'. "Although TVP products may be considered satisfactory as professor" of extension nutrients., other progressive state, the main'' university is'4he There may not be dramatic cures for many diseases, he ,
L P Chuck Rout 1.09 .89 1.09, .79 protein supplements, they are not adequate as substitutes for Morning Star Food Products have frozen meat substitutesmade any for graduate studies and research,"" he said. said.FURTHERMORE "
1.09 center
''f'. .79 1.1.44 1.09 meat, fish poultry' and eggs." said the Consumers' Research from TVP. These simulations of meats such as ham HARRINGTON SAID he thinks UF is trying to move in no contraceptive can solve the

,., Magazine article. I IbaTh"" a and sausage contain no cholesterol or animal fat. direction of community colleges when it should con population problem. Marston said. Population containmentis
Chicken ,59' ,
",. fryer rut up .79. ,5v ,,. .39. .4'' .49 .63 .49 THAT STATEMENT is false regarding TVP products on Morning Star five ounce package of "bacon" costs 93 the centrate on research aspects. 'a "motivational societal problem" which no contraceptivecan

b. _, .,.1'' t the market today, said Appledorf. c rents$ ln a store which'sells eight ounces of real bacon for 59 Harrington defined his role as a full-time design engineerin cure..
1 Pork cbopt. center rut" -'-:'h ', '.1.19.f.,. ." 1.59 ,-- 1.6'' ..-- "" ,//1.1,29. TVP is ,a complete protein source when methionine is \ents. the Communications 'Sciences, Lab. as supportive of the ""It's' easy to say let's' cure polio' and put a" man' on the
'r'J.: Ij .
yr'r 'J' : added, he said.Appledorf Egg Beaters (more expensive than eggs*claims to have less research professors. moon. It is much more difficult to accomplish these goals," t

:. .' said many. people over consume foods they cholesterol. more protein. more fat and more calories than Harrington is paid by a National Institute of Health grant, Marston said."Simpll ,

., mistakenly regard as essential. The body has no requirements "real e eggs.) one of many grants the institute provides. to keep the lab wanting it to happen won't make it happen,"" he ,
: .. for specific foods, he explained, only chemicals which can be E Egg! ? Stra (more expensive than eggs) claims to have 7 75 percent functioning. added.

supplied by various foods. l !less cholesterol. 75 per r cent less fat and. 45 per cent feweralori This federal funding also pays the salaries of the four Marston stressed that immediate results to these problems
I TVP PRODUCTS nutrients \: o es than real ,. ', notified.of their termination. cannot be expected.
IJI 9 supply many of the necessary eggs. ; professors."ho.,,'ere. ,

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!* 10, The.I Independent_ Florida! :Alligator, Wednesday, February 5, 1975 ......

e TWO$10.00 Ear.piercing 24K EAR-PIERCING" DAYS.gold with earrings purchase ONLYFREE of I GATOR CLASSIFIEDSFOR [

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r 1955 ford truck bod/, tires, i 1773 mobile home 12 60 2 bedrooms l'ovmg, .must"'sell' STA' 80 stereo' Private Room'Maid service male one blk 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wonted 5625 +for''I,
.. engine excellent Need Transmission. central oar + heat fully furnished $1200 receiver, 80 VII output' 2 speakers to Of first half Feb. free lease 'ill June !poolside! French Quarter. Apt. ;
'Int 3754192 v A. Coll David 373.2224 keep trying. (o-IOt- equity t assume notes of 75.77 month or Gptiinus 1b headphone. 4 months old. $80 mo quiet 2nd fl, Terry 377.1 159 lost u"Ioel each call 373 (
66.P) make offer Janet 373.2064 (7t-70-p) ask $290 call Hung 378.3471 or 392.9045 month, .4 $40 dep (b.,5.7t.pl, ) Room for rent Hawaiian Village Apia

1973 Hondo 350 Excellent Condition, Schwm Men's 3 sp good shape, lights, 'a.5i.71 I-p> Fern roommate needed at Ploce Apt. No. 150 Own Room i both $66.00 furnilhea pw
FEB.4,1-S:30p.m. with helmet Coll David 373-2224: keep $40 "A J,"' evenings 392-0472 days 377- Own bdrm $97 4 ut luxury opt. Walk month unfurnished 70-75
WEDNESDAY, FEB. Refrigerators 35.00. Dining 'table 6cohlr. 392-7612 378.6363pr toll 372.2369 (b-2t-
trYing. (o-10l-66-p) 9568 (a-2t-74-p) .. 10 UF Co 11 1 Virginia or immediate opening
Water skit 15.00 Double beds .
b.5t 71. )
116. .
com hy No ( p 74-p) .
carpets 15.00 up misc glass top table ph
a Al. ts.tr MOVE IN NOW I Female roommate
whItlt 377-9835 2ltr..ts behind Bowling alley
730; STARTS TODAY 1 1-4 weekdays 9.5 Sat closed Sunday SUBLET 1 BR FURN APT. country gardens needed to shore I bedrm opt in
Dealer, ((0.3t.73-pl) near VA & Shandi cent air heat, dishwasher Gotorwood $95 month + 'h util
4p t N. W. 11PA f9. pool etc avail Mar 1 '376-3755 cable tv Coll 373.5094 ofter 5. (b-2t-74-
Irish setter puppies AKC registered-
b after 5 pm (b-3t-73-p) pj) _.
9:30: Canadian stock shots, wormed -
Priced reasonably to sell Gregory 377. mole roomate needed own room + V Room for rent near campus. ReasonableColl
5325 or 472-3050 (o-5t.73-p) utilities call ron after IOpm $80.00 mo /Mark ot 378-2065 before 10 pm (It b-
THE NIGHT 392-0772 (b.4t.73-p) 2t-74-p)
tJ 1974 Suzuki GT 380 only 2700' mile
excellent' A-1 1 condition call Scott of 392- Fern roomote needed at village opts
I k PORTER 8383 asking 51000 (o-5t-74-p) now. own room $80.00 + '/, utilities call.
y onne or margo after 5 pm 377.1208 (b
R for tale 120 boll accordion terentino
model I exc., condo $80. call vinny 462- --
3409 evenings (o-3t-74-p) mm 1N
7.10 9:40cH 1:45 PM.

Bultoco 125 1972 $300 roberts 8 track w ,r.st.tet .wd 2:06 1:40
< souuvuo
-- recorder $100 1964 ic'rf715vV':
1 4ELROOKS + chevy runs great 745 lz3S
Z ?, a y Ctrtr w 11 $300 poloroid cp II $20 Birtoin 10 speed
CENTERJtlt olloy $100 373-8167 (o-3t-74-p) WALTDiSNETSk

Super Efficient BIC Formula 4 speakers
M W. 1tH> If. I)* Perfect condition, only 8 months old.

t Upgrade your system with these quality 7 rv yrf'
THEIHFERHQ speakers- save money $265 373-7231 'v .
(g.3t-74-p) }

-no BSA motorcycle '69. 650. Fast and TECHNICOLOR- '
dependable transportation. $500. Also
220 v electric baseboard heater$10. Jim .' LAST "GROOVE
377-4158 o-4t-74-p 2 TUBE"'
( ) DAYI
from the people who lave you "The Jazz Singers .
AKC registered sheperd N Wa. 11.ttt d
german puppies
"UMSiinsMifiniiinf( l KK WIDER SNPOCNS[ bust itsiOll CLUXEIIKSMIIIJIIi ( ) w 3 moles weeks old wormed by vet, hod 7>d soutrvao TOMORROW I

.L lBWOr3rlIMyilOr) ( '( WU IUWISp ...'lBmS!( \ I NOWUN<< SHWHRG? WfORtW shots $HIO, call 373.9587 after 5 pm (o4t74p 233W. Univ.Ave. 377.3013 2:15 7:10 i:00 7:50 9:45
BRGmRIOiiJlfPROKillUaRA.ItAfI1REWt2RGWNnAretrIlllOlAElRRT1[ ; !(RGdnahIIEIBJOOS. : ( ( 6i15 9:15 ) PRESENTS A
PWWSOC( ItCHMQXOR'( (;( From wWIItI Bros fv%A Wwim ConmwMcMiomi C-..nTfie Jt woman
Stereo 304 Ix deck used
: Tandberg '- with love
Jt but mint $250; Empire 7500 end table

( t j 1 'jl l\tslc l +el! *11 DISCOUNT ATTRACTION NO PASSES TICKETStit OR for spkt$489 300, list-it beautiful$800. Special New low Akal prices 370

1r on several T.chnics receivers and
233 W. Univ.:Ave. 377.3013 . . cassette decks, plus discount prices on FRI. Feb. U
other brand name components full
warranty. 378-9192, John (o-5t-75-p) seating
"00 & $5.00
An old friend' 64 Olds, just tuned, new
battery, $200 or best offer call dovid at Tickets Now On Sale i
373-9413 after 5 ((0.3t.7S-p)

WELL CRAFT 16' Airslot w 140 hp Mercruiter. The Original ,
.Still under warranty, less than 25 --- --
ol hrs running. Must see Coll 378-3365 ((0' SPIRITwith .:for a man of Cod

I IOt-75-p) Ed Cassidy and
Queen size bed $40 Desk $20, both In
excellent condition, Reasonable offers Rondy California PETERFINCH
e considered, call 376-6899 call after 5 pm SAT. Feb. 22 !.

((l.6'.75.pl!!: ) ALr 1
12,x 60 Mobile home 1969 2 bdr windowair $3.50 Limited Advanced
; all diet 1 IVt both V bldg 2', ml from $4.00 Gen. Admission LIV
campus westgate $4250 376-4789 (o5t75 -
,p) Tickets on Sale Feb. 10 ULLMAJVJNABDICATION

r A 9. 10 am til 8 pm. All hots jewelry, MELISSA THE.
dresses, suits' & accessories under $10.
532 NW 29 Ave 3772509. Unique Items. MANCHESTERSAT

(o-St-75-p) MAR. 1 $4.00 reserved PG

yamaha 250 Enduro 1970 model runt

good goomie t new top end job l tune For more Info call 377-3013 .
up $400.00 378-3449 Sisce (o-5l-75-p))

l Men's Ten speed bike $40 call tom 373-
6387 ((0-31-75)

1974 KAWASAKI 175 Enduro, like New. 'THE FAMILY"
1800 Miles, $67500 Call 373-0265
Evening or Weekends. (o-5t-75-p)



#' : 'i; t f: t If you desire to move from your present
location we con rent,sublet It or find youa .
roommate immediately ot NO COST. TELLY SAVALASSHOWS

Coll today .
United Real Estate Astoc. Inc.
L \ : 113 NE 16th Ave. 377-6992 (b-fr SS-c)

opt to sublease,available feb 24 close to
campus, 2 bdr, pool, 172 mo 378-8336 g & n FREELAST L\
after 5 pm. ((8 10T-67-P)
>4q. : (
V furnished units from $135 per month;
includes water, sewage, garbage pick.
r J\ L'i.2 / up, pest-control, and yard core. Prairie NIGHT
S Sf View, Mobile Village 376-4411) or 373-
3284 (b-20t-69p)

) Wmdmeodows BR 2 both carpet unfurnished drapes AC apartment polio pool 2

tennis courts by Feb call 373.9896. or 373- otUfeMtT
:f/J8E&38/ @ 3558 (b.5t.71-p) ''I

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tp"ml eatuosFeb. O 3:30 g:30, Cinema I ) NfWtf *l> PHONi 1&2I i Freebie i 4 7:40.10:00: 8 '

Sat. 8 and the BeanPa .

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: On Grass Union N. Lawn riJi

Student Government Productions .

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RENT FOR ,,'"'
LEWISJewelryCompon 8 TV Channels. A weatner
channel. UPI News New York
AT THE HOUSING SHORTAGtlll3w '" 2 br trailer lot These Stock Exchange, 2 FM stations on
is the lime to stort looking for thottool SIOO deposit, acv'sa., 01 372.rent 10 campus are Opts: located walking distance 69 Ford Golox 500 air, all power, CLASS RINGS TV Channels and 9 FM and 4 AM
I home for spring or fall qtr We 7032 after 5 pm. Located in Mobile I automatic 2 dr. V8 better than Avg stations on the FM bandUNIVERSITY ,
bve many listings avail for then a Per. OK I NW 16th' Sl ((229)) condition, for less than ovg retail bluebook DIAMONDSWATCH
oil deposit con hold it for you. Coll -::---- ((2210)h' 'M y NW 8th' Ave $107500, asking, $950 00 call 372 REPAIRS CITY
wwn Mole 3. ) 7004 (g.5t.71.p) 200 W University Ave. TELEVISION CABLE CO...INC.
day roommate' tor 2 br opt needed $130 per month 4 blocks
to U of fla
brae 2 BR, furnished, air conditioned $64.50 mo + '/ util dep $64 country ((227))) 372-4106 522 N. /MAIN ST.
labile home.on spacious'lot, very close gardens opts 373.3551 (b.5t.7S-pf) ... 2 bar $1040 NW 3rd Ave ((13013))
> campus $135 o month $30 deposit Sublet t bedroom furnished Apt ,mmediately 5. 2 bar $150' bloch from U of Fla PERSONAL 11I11I18111
-isle not necessary 377-004 (b 3t 74- 160 per month 378.2759 (b. ((1122))
31.75.p) Open 9am-8pm 377.6992All TYPEWRITER
shore two.bedroom, Room for rent 'in semi.-furnished of NOW OPEN,
female roommate unique these are exclusive Specializing in English haircutting PROBLEMS
listings with
o bath trailer clamor gardens 87.50V before apartment AC 75 mo Coll 376.9755 our office, ond cannot be found blow waving for the In 'look ?
utilities 376-0808 (b-5t-72-p) 5 pm Ask for Buddy (b.3t.7 2 br mobile home carpet air pool in time' ond moneyll Univ Ave 377.2643 (|-50t.53.p) We've got all the answers
Alomar Gds clubhouse tennis United, Real Estate Assoc Wedding Invitations $11.40 per 100,
gameroom basketball no pets $ISO. 113M IAth Ave business cards $9.95, rubber stomps, SalesServiceSuppliesLease
month FREE LOt RENT 373.2831 (b.5t.75. Open 9am to 8 pm 3770992WANTED magnetic signs, offset printing Cliff Hall' ,
STREIT'SSCHWINNCYCLWY P])_- Printing 1103 N. Main_ (J.FR-58-C)_ t
Sublet 1 bdr. luxury opt wall to wail KARATE LESSONS
shog central air ond (heal many extras Small classes $20 per mon ASSOCIi1TEDBUSI1llESS
1614 N.W.I 3h ST. 160 00 373.5377 after 6 00 (b-3t.7S-pi) 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St) Mon thru SYSTEMS
Home 5 blocks from campus on acreage Sot even, 7 to 9. 378-7131. (J20T-60P) '

Believe .111!! large bdrs ont less than If you ore pregnant and need help, we 724 N. Main 373-3359
$ minutes walk to campus Rent is $165 I care Call Birthright 377.4947 (j.24T-
00 with no last month!) ((219)) or 2 roommates to rent other rm in 2 69.P)
Open 9 om.8pm 377-6992 bdrm fnshed apt $60 mo .if willing to
2 bdr $75 Home shore or $95 mo for own rm + spill,
1 DAY SIIVICIit lease small deposit Pets on. acreage Okll 1 1 Students: No utilities. .+.deposit. Butler Gdns 378-0129 'r************* ****$ r
Jim (c 5t 73 ) I. n aft
welcomed p
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Open 9om-8pm 377-6992 GOLD & SILVER! Top prices pc dloTdTl .f r t ;
FRANCHISED DEALER $20 per week Spacious home save rings, old jewelry etc confidential, ca, .. 'f?): "ti *
le ALL ACCESSORIES $$$ heat, fully equipped kitchen Pets. On e 373-3894(t--53)) J;;;,?> .;,lt,
allowed. live like you wont quiet area. female .; ; }'.. tst'
roomote ,
CALL 377-BKE Open 9am.8pm 377-6992 campus and shards country call debbie gardens after near 6 I 'it} ,

p m. m'th ony lime"otherwise, 378-8571 r ; ; \ ;' 4
(c-5i-71-p) isi i: x

female roomate wanted $55 + I 1.3 } 't. :$;;' (;L flI
*' ,:;; ,
FREE ELECTRONIC ENGINE ANALYSIS utilities very short walk to campus call37855U rni x
(c.5t.72-p) :: 4-
110 percent OFF plugs, pts. cond. liberal Roommate Male or Female own *' }I5lH vi sr
Br in 2 br. opt ac, pool, bbc close to FlR
ft labor thru Jan. 31st campus. $82.50 per moi util, 948. *' ,{

152 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-5247 SW 16th Ave, 372.1019 (c-5t.72.p) **'' I : :d

i need a place to live and set up my '
darkroom. Prefer room in house or apt *' }
Working professional. Coll Mike, 377- :
1452 keep trying please (c.3t.74-p) I

tMPORTEPPARTS Mellow gentle together' person: shore *' :,
house, own rm. bike, to campus Must *' : ;
really dig' dogs and music $68 mo. + '. .
util Stu or Susan 378-6964 (c.5t-71.p)

I or 2 female roomates for 2 bedroom 2 .
IHC both furs opt at Country Gardens $60 iE :
mot- ". utilities, 377.7309 (c.7t.71.p) I :
Need I or 2 pr... female roomotes
ALL FOREIGN CARSASK fireplace! Near duck pond $83.50 + 1 1.3
utilities, 15 mm from campus by bike
378.2252 1512 NW 2nd St come by (c-5t75 A

MON. FRI. 9:00-6:00: : PM SAT. 10.00-2.00: PM Wanted responsible roommate to share *' tk!
apt own room + bath $105 Vi util! *'
1012 S. MAIN ST. 372-4341: laBonne Vie 376-1186 Nerida call or
come by opt 306 (c.3t.75.p) **

.. liberal female roommate own room in 3
br house furnished, close to campus$75 *
mo. 1835 NW 5th Ave (c.51.75-p)


ucan QAofe licensed real estate salesperson for

national, company. Quarannted salary .r., .
100's of varieties + commission Coll Gary or Susie 377- ,
6973. (E.5T-69.C) Rw.
1000's of violets r a 1iA. siil+ a'iii
Farm manager needed for new consumer *'
from $1.00 .owned, self-sufficient. natural
form. Contact: lorry Roof, Rt 3, Box Minoru
L the Violet 302 Lexington S C. 29072 (e1t75p) **' Nojima"A
house several
mech engineer, student to draft *
Open 9-6pm 15 SE 4th [ drawings, for patenting I have a 11
rick 1614 NW 3rd *'
Beside the Tenneco Station on S. Main} Place necessary 6 pm specs or leave note (e.3t.75.p) *'
RNs experienced in ICU and general YORK TIMES
medical, surgical core for 3-11) and 11-7
hifts, Also, one RN and one ORT for *'
:'( OVROID-TIME ATINpsPHERE operating room. Must be experienced *' SUNDAY FEB.9 8:15: PM

N1O of' Excellent employee benefits and work *'
Arnrrhoi e8 (( Pet' psrsoI n) environment Please call 372.4321, ext
; It uruhee 227 or apply at Nursing
11 I Ift\pof'te& 'B-r. F.nL.I... Ru 4i w .O.nrser 4th, Avenue jL
.eilurrse Nse -o-\ \o"\o 2* University' Florida' students will, be admitted FREE OF CHARGE to all the programs in this series, A majority; of seats
I SNUroRGER( AUTOS for each performance has been set aside for students and)no advance arrangements are required.

V+ekm O.S. 4k 1 X Non-students may call 392.1657 to make unpaid reservations beginning Jan 16. However,payment will not be *
'1 Vega GT Hatchback Air Aulpmalie J required or accepted prior to the night of the performance. Such reservations will be accepted until" the number *
27000 miles Excellent Condition, $1(00 3"alloted::: for each event is exhausted All performance scheduled to begin at 8:15 p.m.; unpaid reservations will
call 377.8356 After 5 pm.:
For more info be held until' 7:45 p.m.
Isc"tl Reason: Going West and I need a Von *' To be as equitable as possible to the student body and the University Community as a whole, all seating wilt be *'
((1.5'.".P) unreserved We encourage members of the audience to arrive In sufficient, time to obtain the eating, of their *
T LLOYD CORVETTE PLACE We buy and choice. .
/' sell. Jacksonville, Florida. I 1.388.3311.. I I- *******************************'**************
) 10 and Cossot Ave (g 20t 73-p)

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output. Come in to talk it over..we're specialists at solving

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1955 Ford truck); bod/ tires 1973 mobile home 1 12 x 60 2 bedroom 'must';'' -sell STA' 80 stereo Private Ruom'Moid lorvice male one blk 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wonted 56.25 +tor,1
.. .. 2 UP first half Feb. free lease 'ill, June poolside French Quorter Apt.
engine excellent Needs Transmission. central air + heat fully furnished $1200 receiver 80 output speakersOptimus to )
2 Ear 371419a Uxiwrrty A... Call David 373-2224 keep trying. (a-IOt- equity ft assume notes of 75.77 month or .. tb headphone. 4 months old !80 mo quiet, 2nd fl. Terry 377.1159 lost utilities each' call 373.91 barRoom (
66pJ) moke offer Janet 373-2064 (o-7t-70-p) ask $290 call Hung.. 378.3471 or 392-9045 month $40 dep (5t-7l-p) for rent Hawaiian Village' Apts
o.5t. 71piRefrigerators needed at Place Apt. No. 150 Own Room t both $66.00 pet
1973 Honda 350 Excellent Condition, Schwm Men's 3 sp good shape lights roommate
FEB.4,1-5:30: p.m. with helmet. Call David 373-2224; keep $40 "A.J." ev.ningl392.0.72 days 377- Own bdrm $97 + 'a ut. luxury.. opt. Walk month unfurnished, j 7.75( furnished"
3300. Dining 'table 6 372.2369 (b-2t-
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5 trying (o-10.66-p| ) 9568 ((0.21-7.-p) to UF CoII t I Virginia 392.7612 or 378.6363or immediate, opening call
cohirs Water skis 1500 Double beds
tome hy No 116 ((b-5t-71-p) 74-p))
carpets 15.00 up misc. glass top table ph '
l..si. CSet, MOVE IN NOW! Female roommate
99111i' 3779835. 2I1r..11 behind Bowling olley
7:30: STARTS TODAY 1-6 weekdays 9-5 Sat. closed Sunday SUBLET I BR FURN APT. country garden needed to shore I .
otil' Pool,
Dealer ((0.31.73.p) near VA & Shands cent air heat, dish Gotorwood.. $95 month + Vi
& rots MTHE. W. I o s., SIt Irish AKC washer pool, etc avail Mar 1 376-3755 coble tv. Coll 373-5094 after 5. (b-2t-74-
puppies registered- after 5 pm (b-3l-73-p) pj) __
9:30 Canadian stock shots wormed -
: av Reasonable
Priced reasonably to sell Gregory 377- mole roomot needed own room + '/, Room for rent near campus.
5323 or 472-3050 ((0.5t.73.p) utilities call ran after 10pm $80.00 mo Call Mark at 378-2065 before 10 pm (b.2t.74p -
NIGHT 392-0772 (b-4t-73-p) )
1974 Suzuki GT 380 only 2700'miles
excellent....1 condition call Scott at 392- Fern roomote needed at village apt
l Y PORTER 8383 asking $1000 (o-3t-74-p) now. own room$80.00 + 0;. utilities call
-t onne or morgo after 5 pm 377.1208 (b-
for sale 120 boss accordion serentlno
51-73-D) _...:
model exc. cond. $80. call vinny 462- -
3409 evenings (o-3t-74-p)
e 7t10 9:40 j 1:45 P.M.N .

4ta.ek Bultoco 125 1972 $300 roberts 8 track w Iva situ? end 2OS 'k40
P54 eourtvyyt
recorder $100 chevy 1964 runt great 9t35
1 ZViEL BROOKS' + 7105
!7't-u/t wiI $300 poloroid cp II $20 Birtain 10 speed
alloy $100 373.8167 (o-3t-74-p) WALT DlSNEYSTCNNICOt0R
Super Efficient BIC Formula 4 speaker
ISIS N. w. iw 3t. V Perfect condition, only 8 months old.
with these :}Pf :}
Upgrade your system quality
THEIHFERNQ speakers + save money $265 373-7231
-0. BSA motorcycle '69. 650. Fast and

[!!] dependable 220 v electric baseboard transportation.heater$500.$10.Also Jim LAST "GROOVEr

377-4138 ((0..7..p) 2 DAY I TUBE"N
from the people who five you "The Jazz Slnf erMftUNSlEINKRG "
AKC registered german sheperd puppies W IAA 5T5t11 .i d
'aAM1SA00lfS'snxitaEAOUTTf[ [ IlU'lIlR' &1IIfV1G( OoWtUXlISTtW 11m INitSSTARREIJR( 3 moles weeks old wormed by vet, had 954 soutw.eo TOMORROW I

a.9eiw1EEBR00NSMARVEIII' : ( UMe4IIADEUNEff19Isei.lrrlrILlIROOKS( \ I ) ANDREW( shots $100. call 373-9587 after 3 pm ((0' 233 W. Univ. Ave. 377.3013 2:15 7:10: e:00 7:50 9:45:
ftHMSOT, UCHMCOIOR'( ( From WMittr lies A ._CwnmumcMion woman
0 w. Cemewiysic4
Stereo 304 Ix deck used
: Tandberg -- WEATHERREPORT with a profane love
It but mint $250 Empire 7500 end table
T1 spks 300- beautiful. New Akal 370
11 THIS ATTRACTION for $489, list I I' $800. Sp.clollow price
vs> on several Technics receivers and
233 W. Univ.:Ave. 377-3013 9 X )IL cassette decks plus discount prices on FRI. Feb 14
JIL other brand name component' full i
---- seating rvtitr r
warranty 378-9192, John (o-5t-73-p)
An old friend 64 Olds just tuned, new 4.00 ft $5.00 rl, :

battery, $200 or best offer call david at Tickets Now On Sale
eo 373.9413 otter 3 (o-3t-75-p)
cruiser.' The Original ;IIlt __. ._ .
hrs running. Must see. Call 378-3363. ((0. SPIRITwith .:for a man of God.
I IOt-75-p)
Cassidy and
I Queen size bed $40 Desk $20 both In
excellent condition Reasonable offersconsidered Randy California PETERFINCH
1ri 1 .
call 376-6899 call after 5 pm6t.75p SAT. Feb. 22
( ) !
12 x 60 Mobile home 1969 bdr windowair $3.50 Limited Advanced JL
oil diet M' bath, V bldg 2'/' ml from $4.00 Gen. Admission

I, campus westgote $4250 376-4789 (o-5t- Tickets on Sale Feb. 10 ULLMAM

ft 9. 10 am til, 8 pm. All hat, jewelry, MELISSA THE fI
dresses, suits I accessories under $10.I
532 NW 29 Av. 377-2509. Unique "Item MANCHESTERSAT
(o-5t-73-p) AAAR. 1 $4.00 reservedFor [

yamaha 250 Enduro 1970 model runs

good goomi I new top end lob A tune more Info call 377-3013 .
0 up $40000 378-3449: Sisco (o-5t-75-p)

l t : tji 4. Men' Ten speed bike $40 call tom 373-
6387 ((0-31.73-0))

1974 KAWASAKI, 175 Enduro, like New. 'HE FAMILY"STARRING
1800 Mile, $675.00 Call 373-0263
I Evening or Weekends. (o-5t-75-p)



If you desire to move from your present
location we con rent,sublet It or find you .
a roommate immediately at NO COST. TELLY SAVALAS

Coil todoyll. .
United Real Estate Assoc. Inc. SHOWS
113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 (b-fr-55-c)

opt to sublease,available feb 24 close to
campus, 2 bdr, pool, 172 mo 378-8336 9& 11, FREE L\
after 3 pm. ((8 10T-47-P) (

str furnished units from $135 per month
include water, sewage, garbage pick
S i up, pest-control and yard core. Prairie LAST NIGHT
. View Mobile Village 379-4411 or 373-
3284 (b-20i-9p)

I Windmeodows unfurnished.. apartment 2
BR 2 bath carpet drapes AC patio pool tfieRflr r
tennis courts by Feb call 373.9896. or 373-
!Jg8 B 'e I 3558 (b.5t.71,p) > ii

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channel, UP News, New York
THE HOUSING SHORTAGEIII 2 br trailer' $135 mo 'includes lot Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on
'1'I' the time to start looking for that $100 I deposit Coll Keith or Susan at 372 rent to campus ore opts: located walking distance 69 Ford Galon"e 500 air all power, CLASS RINGS TV Channels, and 9 FM and 4 AM
.Ml home for spring or fall qtf We 7032: after 5 pm located in Mobile| CIty I $75 month automatic 2 dr V8 better than Avg DIAMONDSWATCH stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY ,
U listings tval' for then o Pets OKIMate per NW 16th St. ((229)) condition' for less than ovg retail blue
many can hold it for you. CollJ776992 -=--- (221o" Efficiency' Nw 8th Ave book $1075 00. asking $950 00 call 372- REPAIRS CITY
all deposit (
) 7004 (g.5t.71.p) 200 W University Ave. .TELEVISION CABLE CO.'INC..
day roommate tor 2 br apt needed 3. $130 per month 4 block to U of Flo
2 BR, furnished, oir conditioned $64 50 mor '10 utl, dep $44 country ((227)) 372- 106 522 N.MAIN ST..
labile II', home,on spociou lot, very close gardens opt. 373.3551 (b.5t.75.p) 4.2bdr $140 NW 3rd Ave ((13013))
I campus $135 a month $30 deposit Sublet I bedroom furnished Apt. im. 5, 2 bdr $ISO 4 blocks from U of Fla PERSONAL 11II11II1II1II1HHIHHIIIIH1l1HII
01t, not necessary 377-0049 (b-3t.74- mediately, 160 per month 378.2759 (b- ((1122)) .
3t.75.p) Open 9om 8pm 377.6992All TYPEWRITER
share two bedroom, Room for rent in semi,.furnished of NOW OPEN, Specializing In
female roommate uniqueapartment these ore exclusive listings, with English haircutting PROBLEMS
,o both trailer, olomor gardens 87 JOvt AC 75 mo Call 376.9755 our office, and cannot be found blow waving for the In look ?
.nllties 376-0808 (b-5t-77-p) before 5 pm Ask for Buddy (b.3t.75.pi) anywhere else Come in todoyllSove uni.... Drop by Colonial Plow 716 W. 1
2 br mobile home carpet air pool 'in time and moneyll Unlv Ave. 377.2643 (j.50t.83-p) We've got all the answers
Alomar Cds clubhouse tennis United Real Estate Assoc 'Wedding Invitations, 11.40 per 100, ,
gomeroom basketball no pets $150 1l3NE1 16th Ave I business cords $9.95, rubber stamps,, SalesServiceSuppliesLease
month FREE lot RENT 373.2831 (b.5t.75 Open 9am to 8 pm 3776992WANTED 'magnetic signs, offset printing Cliff Hal'I M -
STREIT'SSCHWINNCYOKY Pi)_ Printing 1103 N. Main_ (J-FR-58-C_)
Sublet I bdr luxury apt wall to wall KARATE LESSONS
hog central air and (heat many extras' Small classes $20 per man r ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS
1614N.W.13II ST. 16000 373.5377 after 600 (b3t75pl) 1215 NW 5th Ave(off 13th St.) Won thru SYSTEMS
Home 5 blocks from campus on acreage Sot even, 7 to 9. 3787131. (J-20T-60-P) '

Believe itll large bdrs. on Vi less than If you ore pregnant ond need help, we 724 N. Main 373-3359
5 minutes walk to campus Rent is $165 care Call Birthright 377 4947 (J.24T.
00 with no lost month'! ((219)) I or 2 roommates to rent other rm in 2 69.P)
Open 9 am.8pm 377-6992 bdrm fnshed opt $60 mo if willing to
2 bdr share or $95 mo for own rm + split
$75 "
1 DAY UtVICI 1 lease small deposit Home Pets on acreage OKII!! Students: No utilities,, + deposit Butler Gdni 378-0129 t************** ****.

welcomed!!. Jim (c5t73p) \ .
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Open 9am 8pm 377-6992 GOLD A SILVER Top prices Paid for ckk. .
I. FRANCHISED DEALER $20 per week Spacious home save rings old jewelry, etc confidential cars ;; J;gi
{ ALL ACCESSORIES $$$ heat, fully equipped kitchen. Pets Orzie 373-3B94c5Q-53-c( :) t A *

allowed. Live. like you wont quiet area female roomote country gardens near J )f :" ;'- .
Open 9om 8pm 377-6992 and shands call g;; .
CALL campus debbie after 6
p m. m.th any lime'otherwrse 378.8571 I" ]L t ;";..".,', i
(c 5t 71 p) 1 R

female roomote wonted $55 + 13 ; t\: .
FREE utilities very short walk to campus call
1 .
378-5524 ( 5t 72
c -p) : i
OFF plugs, cond. Liberal, Roommate Mole or Female own F"t" F.
110 pts.
Br in 2 br. apt ac, pool bbc close to 1
!! ft labor thru Jon 31st campus. $8250 per mo. + V4 util! 948. I Cx c
SW 16th Ave, 372-1019 (c.5t.72.p)_ :
1952 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 3725247IMPORTEP ,
I need a place to live and set up my
darkroom. Prefer room in house or apt :
Working professional Call Mike 377- I
1452 keep trying please (c.3t.74.p) IR .

Mellow, gentle together person: share *
house. own rm. bike to campus Must .
< ..
really dig dogs and music, $68 mo. + 'futil. ;
Stu or Susan 378.6964 (c.5t.71.p) i *

PART I or 2 female roomates for 2 bedroom 2 \
IHC both furn opt at Country Gardens $60 Q Ei
mof '. utilities,! 377-7309 (c.7t.71.p) IE
Need I or 2 pref. female roomates
fireplocel Near duck pond $83.50 + 1 1.3
CARSASK utilities 15 mm from campus by bike
378.2252 1512 NW 2nd Si come by (c-5t-

MON FRI.! 9:00-6:00: : PM SAT. 10.00-2:00: : PM Wanted responsible roommate to shore
apt own room + both $105 Vi util
1012 S. MAIN ST. 372-4341 III LaBonne Vie, 376-1186 Nerida call. or :
come by opt 306 (e.3t-75.p) .

liberal, female roommate own room in 3 *
br house furnished' close to campus$75 *
mo. 1835 NW 5th Ave (c-5t-75.p) .

CPeh t tu4 .. .
eke ect g'i HELP WANTED:

QAofe} .
Rican licensed real estate salesperson for :
national company Quorannted salary 3 h. .
100's of varieties1000's + commission Call Gory or Susie 377- ,
6973. (E5T-69C) i x' .
of violets ww a
Form manager needed for new con ,
$1.00 sumer-owned, self-suffcient, natural I
from up farm. Contact: lorry Roof, Rt 3, Box I Minoru

'the Violet House 302 mech Lexington engineer, .student S.C. 29072 to draft(ell75p several) Nojima

'. Open 9.6pm t 15 SE 4th Ave e 377.8465 | drawing for patenting I have a II *
S. Main necessary specs see rICk. 1614 NW 3rd "A PIANIST OF MAJOR SIGNIGICANCE"NEW :
Beside the Tenneco Station on Place 6 pm or leave note (e 31-75-p)

RN's experienced 'in ICU and general YORK TIMES
medIcal surgical, core for 3-11 and 11.7 :

OlD.TIME AT/NpsPNERE / shifts.operating, Also room.one Must RN and be experienced one ORT for .. SUNDAY FEB.9 8:15: PM ..

N)O'2.54osJI Excellent employee benefits and work

rArryl rGlWsia 6t'.oaot'm.ri, {pst pet" person 1 environment Please call Office 372 4321., 912 e.t SW REITZ UNION I BALLROOM
o.-cr 'iil ... R15 227 or apply at Nursing i ifa
I Irvtpoesed '8-r..F.n&. ese R>>4i"'b.{."""iW. +o.l'i. \ 4th Avenue jL
tun w Mrs RuS el+enoa\; .,,:Wd 1 University; of Florida student will, be admitted FREE OF CHARGE to oil the program In this series, A majority of seat
SNUFFY AUTOS ,each performance ho been set aside for student and no advance arrangement are required .

NerrrtT-5 t DODGER( 7 Non-students may call 392.1657 to make unpaid reservation beginning Jon. 16'. However, payment will not be .
JY 71 Vega GT Hatchback Air" Autpmatie J required or accepted prior to the night of the performance. Such reservations will be accepted until the number .
ia\7' 27000 miles Excellent Condition, $1930 I J alloted for each event il exhausted All performance ore scheduled to begin at 8:15 p.m.; unpaid reservation will .
\ for more info call 377.8356 After 5 p7m.: JT be held until 7:45 p.m. .
Reason Gang, West and I need a Von To be a* equitable a* possible to the student body and the University Community a* a whole, all seating wilf be .
sn (a.5t.71.p) Jf1 unreserved We encourage members of the audience to arrive In sufficient, time, to obtain the sealing of their *
T LIOYO CORVETTE PLACE We buy and > choice.

... i sell Jacksonville. Florida. 1.388.3311.. I- *******! ************************************* 7f
10 and Costal Ave (g 20t! 73-p)
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9 .o 01LLS ? TAXES ? DEBTS ? .e,

It's Tax time again end this year is even worse 1 Besides this, .

113 .W t '-. ,... Sail of those nagging bills can amount ametibugh"t4 t lea*e, little! -

I' 11t i t 'or nothing for the other necessities of life( CONSOLIDATE e .

of those bills, pay your taxes and end up with less of a monthly '<

output. Come in to talk it over..we're specialists at solving

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COED facial hair removed per JOBS IN ALAS A" handbook- how to French Spanish, Italian tutoring; children' Tobacco ShopDowntowfF
marently Call Edmund Dwyer work and live in Alosko latest pipeline adults 6 A. French enperienced
COPY eieclrologiit over 20 years experience information $3 00. JIA Box 7, Norwich, 14.5 hr. fap. olio in tech. leg translating '
CAMERA-READY Call 372,8039 (IJ.FIt- l.C) Vl_.. 05055 (M.I 5T.63-Pl 377.4877 (m.5t.71.p) __ IItS.L 69
STONE! GROUND 100 percent BREAD & DRY TORTUGAS for spring break diving, Sot. $-6I
COOKIES fresh from the oven with love a acid camping trip Fly by seaplane
3.95 for 200 9.95 perl ,000 from MOM 604 nw 13 st 378.5224 new typewriter' calculator, ditto, machine? from Key West' March 21.25 or 23.V All --------
copies I Or a phone from which you con call? I III
lows (|.5.73.p) scuba equipment provided Explore
These and lots more ore available in 321 I llHEQIi\1Ei\ &
Term Papers) Canada's largest Service Norman Hall (m-Ot-TO) historic Fort Jefferson $ITS certification
For catalogue send$2'to: Essay:Services "*" $150 Includes full scuba course I COLLECTOR'S I
WIRED FOR SIGHT call Scuba Dynamics 373.5069 (m.5t.71. BCXKSf I
low Same day service 57 Spodma Avenue Suit 208, Toronto, II
Copies as Ont ,Canada Also, campus repreienlatives "The Eyeglass Super Mart" Pj) __ PRINTS I
required Pleas writ. (|-35t70p (- UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS Experienced typist'will type term paper, I
.. as 1 cent on most orders j ) 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 them, or dissertation, Fast t accurate LIMITED EDITION PRINTS I
Poncho's, Bookpocks Packs frames, (M-50-53) service at reasonable rate Call 373-. Univ. 378-3264
Tents Rugby Shirts Trail Shoes, White 8923 (m.5t.71,p)) .l17W.- _...
Stag Speedo Bathing Suit Join Univ
Rennaissance Printing Inc. Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic" A Trail SHVI HANCOCK'S PASSPORT APPLICATION\ or RESUME
.Center 3448 W. Uriiv 3739233fr72(| PICTURES over night service Monday
thru Thursday, RO-MO 376.7657
cj) @OOOO@
AUTO REPAIR' (m.5.7S.p)
Ave. Quality' leatherwork never wears out' -
1632 University
"it always wears in At nAoSanDu we All Work Guoronte.dMojorMinor; Tutoring in basic math, calculus,
s specialize In, custom' l leatherwork chemistry, biochemistry, physics. and "
t purses o belts o coats o jackets o so biology Call Dan at 377-4158 (m-5t.73-.
In the Renaissance Fair 372-7436 ndols o travel bogs. If it can be made of Repairs P) NEW & USfDin
208 N.W. 10 Av.. 371.5185NEED cO"'P\"' in.1 o*
leather, w* con make it to suit you t. ..
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UF returns to Hogtown

: tired: happy after winBy dnrl k:a


added that the entire team contributed to the win.
." Alligator Sports Writer The 107.104 win over State came three days after a 101.90
triumph over Vandy and Grubar says the Vandy game really
.prepared the team for the Bulldogs.
The UF Gators returned home to Gainesville Tuesday "Vandy gave them confidence they could win in overtime,"
afternoon a tired but happy basketball team. Grubar said. "I'm just so happy,it's really nice to win,"
Their fatigue is understandable since in the past three days THOUGH TilE Orange and Blue have given up a tot of List. t ti
they have been involved in three overtime periods(one against points, 194 in all.in the last two games,Grubar feels the teamis tb 3
.. .
Vandy and two against Miss. State). still playing good defense. ( a
AND THEIR jubilation is understandable as well as they "You've got to remember that both Vandy and Miss.State
have recorded victories in both outings.But shot tremendously against us," he said., 'tad when you go 1
the one! Monday night at Starkville had to be the into overtime,you're adding about 12 points a game. :"
... \ 1, !sweetest in a while. The Gators were rewarded with Tuesday off to think about
The Gators came from as many as eight points down in the their two most recent victories. \r.
!second halt, 59-51, and won-on the road-with a packed BUT THE WINS,which raised their overall record to'9-11 a
house rooting for their opponents. and their conference mark to 5-5 will hopefully as Grubar
UPON RETURNING to Hogtown, UF's coaches were tired saidd "be the start of things to come"
as w lIbut they weren't too tired to comment on the victory."It It was about this time last season that UF'made its already-
was one of the,best games we've played all year," said famous explosion in the basketball world. ,
assistant! coach Dick Grubar. "Miss. State shot some uncanny Because last year's talented team took seven of its last nine
jumpers which all seemed to go in. games and. this years team has almost all of the same players ;; '
"But our team didn't lose its poise. Hopefully they're now back. ) ;:; .;, -
.. ,. ..
beginning to find out how good they can really be." The Gators are indeed a tired basketball team and rightlyso. "' "' :'<< "
THE YOUTHFUL Grubar singled out Gene Shy Norman But by Saturday afternoon against LSU,UF coaches hope FORWARD GENE SHY
Caldwell and Chip? Williams for their tremendous effors but that that fatigue will ,turn into energy. ,.,singled out for'tremendous effort



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\ By LOUIS BRANCACCIO from the Board of Athletics.
Alligator Sport Writer THE SWIM TEAM'S
\ / major goal this year Graves ,
said is to finish out the rest of '
The UFswimteam.wrackedby the season by meeting Miamiin
unrest the last month will a dual meet Feb. 22 and
continue to compete in 1976 then gearing up for the
UF Athletic Director Ray Southeastern Conference
c\* / tonight of Graves said Tuesday."I Championships March 6-8 in
\ feel confident there will Knoxville 'Term.
THE UMP1IGHTSRNVV be a swir.' team. I am hopefulwe Graves said he has been to
can continue our swim the Florida Pool almost dailyto
ming tradition" Graves said. watch the swimmers
.AROSE that the swim "They are working very
) the program would be shelved hard" he said.
SOUNDS OF until an indoor swimming Graves said the swimmers
complex could be constructedat would probably have to
PRIDE UF.. This theory was fueled accept the fact that until an
by the tankmen turmoil which indoor swimming complex is
began almost a month ago built UF might not see
LADIES when Tim McKee, a double another SEC championshipor
tonightNIGHT silver medalist winner in the a high showing in the
1972 Olympics, Chip Bradleyand NCAA. RAY GRAVES
9pm Opm David Ray all quit the THE OTHER SEC schools, .'future a challenge'solve
squad. he said, have indoor facilitiesand
Other swimmers began those facilities will the tankmens'
free o&nission tonight missing practice and Graves probably draw the top problems. Head Coach Bill
Tequk finally cancelled two swimmers in the nation. Harlan who has.brought UF
2freedrlnk at scheduled meets with Ten. "Future in swimming here many SEC championshipsand
X 256 nessee and Florida State. .will be a challenge. But we over 60 All-Americans,
for Graves said although he is can hopefully compete even offered his resignation to
cm CITY confident of a' 1976 swim though we don't get the Graves but it was not ac
team the program will be re- ,nationally-ranked swim cepted.
evaluated at the end of the mers," Graves said. "WE STARTED the
LOUNGE year and a final decision Some swimmers suggest season with this staff and
would not come from him but that a new head coach would we're going to finish the
season with this staff. I would
buy one drink get one FREEORYLMS not accept a resignation in the
INTRAMURALSToday middle of the season" Graves

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Fla. Gym, 392-0581. allocate more money to the ..
PROFESSIONAL Murphree handball court may now be obtained by swim team so a full-time head
reservation only for the hours of 4p.m.-10p.m. The Snell four- coach could be hired.
wall courts may be reserved from noon to dark. To reserve But Graves said there is
MOTOCROSS courts players must come by the equipment room, 112 Fla. simply not enough money to
Gym between 7:45: and 10 a.m. on the day of play. University hire a swimming coach
I.D. card is required.In specifically tor the purposesof
Fraternity Basketball, the SAE's beat the TEP's in the coa hi 1g. Almost all of the
Orange League, and KAPsi overcame. TX to win the Blue sports programs at UF with
League championships.Teams the exception of football and
[ are still needed for Faculty-Staff coed flag football. basketball, are coached by
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Atlanta 21 31 .389 17 to out-of-state players, most
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Midwest DivisionChicago
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Golden SUIt" 30 20 .600 who are
Seattle 25 26 .490 5'11' Carlson said.
Portland 22 28.440 I "The final judgment (on
Phoenix 20 27 .426 1'1'1
Los, Angeles 19 30 .318 10'/' the success of the recruiting)
Mill" ':* Games
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Boston 114' Detroit 100
i' Kansas City Tuesday'-Omaha 100 Came, Philadelphia 17 these linemen we can, sign,"

4 Philadelphia, at Buffalo he said.
Los>> Angeles' al. New York
Cleveland. al Atlanta For the record. UF has
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Gulden Stale al Houston signed: quarterbacks John
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