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Florida Alligator h FB. 7. 1975 .

/ I VOL. 67 NO. 77
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Is U F state agency ? Rule official says ves '.

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I, By BRUCE MORRIS government, are bound to comply with the DR ROBERT Bryan interim vice TilE COMMITTEE however, has no
Alligator Staff Writer provisions of the act regarding .rule-making president for academic affairs said if UF does recourse if the agency, refuses to modify or
Webb said. come under the act, even more interpretationswill withdraw the rule. Only a person affected by
He said university proceedings that might( have to be made concerning just what dayto the rule has recourse ultimately through. a
UF is .covered by the Administrative be covered by the APA are policy-making day procedures are covered. court of law. he said
Procedures Act (APA), according to Carroll committees Student Government procedures The purpose of the act is "to prevent state The 1 only wcy any agency can avoid com-
Webb, acting director of the Administrative and policy -- making for dormitories.Dr. bureaucracy from subverting the intent of the plying with the procedures of the APA is by
Procedures Committee in Tallahassee. Ernest Jones professor of law said some legislature. It is the application of the act that requesting an exemption from the governorand ,
However, Webb said he is not sure to what Honor Court proceedings may also be could grind this place to a halt," Bryan said. cabinet sitting as the Administrative
extent UF is covered in its day to day regulated by the APA. TilE LAW states "No agency has inherent Committee Webb said.
operation. JONES TEACHES administrative law and rule making authority." The only rule- This committee must hold a public hearing
TilE APA went into effect Jan. 1 J. and has been involved with interpreting the APAas making authority an agency has is regulatedby before granting, 'an exemption and must
requires-state agencies that make rules having it applies to the university system. the act, Webb explained. propose alternative procedures.
,; the effect of law to: UF Executive Vice President Harold After reviewing a rule submitted by an STATE SENATE President Dempsey
;,: make an agenda of all scheduled meeting, Hanson said, "There is a question whether we agency, the Administrative Procedures Barron. author of the APA. said the act was
J hearings and workshops available for public (UF) come under the act. We are going to do Committee can tile'an objection to the rule if intended to apply to all state agencies including -
: / inspection and copying at least seven days in what (UF attorney) Tom Biggs says." it deems it necessary, he said. universities.
:, advance Biggs would not discuss the matter UPON NOTIFICATION of a committee And. in his opinion "the( university oughtto
; submit to the Administrative Procedures Thursday. objection, the agency must do one of the comply until it, receives exemption."
t Committee a copy of rules it proposes tor JONES SAID there are plausible following within 30 days:
r;. adopt 21 days prior to the effective date. arguments on both sides. modify the rule to meet the objection
0\; Webb said the law specifically states the Florida has had an APA since 1965, but withdraw the rule in entirety
r only governmental branches not covered by according to Jones the legislative history as to refuse to modify the rule.
the APA are the legislative and judicial. how universities are affected is indecisive, and If the agency fails to do one of the above
UF AND all state universities, as agenciesof there is no new specific language. to clarify the within 30 days the rule is automatically
+ the Florida department of Education which matter. rendered invalid and unenforceable Webb
comes under the executive branch of "It is very much up in the air," he said. said.

j, Barron says universities not producing 1. J Y A I

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{ By TOM SIIRODER "WE CAN CUT back spending without at state universities. r
< Alligator Staff Writer damaging essential services," he said."That's "The answer, to recession is productions
my main point." We're not, getting adequate production in the
" State Senate President Dempsey Barron sat As Barron began to talk about the evils of university system" he said, "College
y; on the terrace of the Gainesville Hilton big inefficient',government his.secretary fed professors,are not producing like taxpayers I
i smoking a ,slim brown cigar reflectively. him facts and figures from a stack of dark are producing."
>, "Some people think 1'want to be governor.I blue folders. BARRON CITED some figures from the
1.. I don't want to be governor." Barron said. Government spending is growing twice as blue folders. The average teaching load is only
a BARRON IS a Democrat from Panama fast as production, the figures read. State 10 hours a week. If professors taught 15 hoursa
p City and shares the mild drawl'of that region. spending has increased from $2 billion to week the state would save $35 million.
: Barron may not be running for governor more' than $4 billion in five years. There are Another two students per classroom, would
.w: but at a time when the state government is millions of dollars floating around in ,the save another S35 million, he said. +1y Yr
1 falling all over itself to cut spending by $230 bureaucracy that are not being used. 'Why can a student be educated in a junior
million in mid-year, his political philosophy is THE SYSTEM is incredibly inefficient, he college tor $1,200 when it costs $3,300 to F
.. made to order. said.Talk educate the same student in a. four year
:"i t Barron has long been an adversary of big of inefficiency in government led to college; Barron asked.
i expensive government. the topic Barron is famous (or notorious) forAlcoholism "WE'VE HEARD evidence, and my own
:j, ... .,.. ',il4 personal experience would confirm this that
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." j' : ; $ :(i 1} : grades one through three are more difficult
/ .:5 : i:: ., fA than universities. Why are we paying $3,300for DEMPSEY BARRON
college students when grade school is more
.: .I' .. .. state senate president .
-,' .,.: difficult? Barron asked. .
h "1 agree that research and community
contributions are important aspects of a t
university, but teaching should come first. "I 1 haven't seen any evidence that students
"Most professors place teaching last. That at junior colleges are getting a poorer
bothers me a great, deal" Barron said. education than those at four year in-
HE CHEWED on his cigar for a moment, stitutions." he said.ALTHOUGH .
then shifted gears."I BARRON said he believesit's
1 don't have anything against students In the junior college, system that has brought
universities. For the most part they're doing Florida "10 the forefront education," he
just tine. .I I don't have any quarrel with said Florida ought to have a nationally
education. I think education is the first prominent university somewhere in the state.
obligation of society. but that doesn't mean it "It would ,be a mistake to label these ideas y
can't" be cheaper." he !said. as ni)' program..( I'm speaking language that's '
.. Barron meant cheaper for the state, but he (lowing from the senate eduration committee -
is also against' tuition increases. ," Barron warned.
"GENERALLY I believe education should Alter an hour his secretary told him it was
he free. I don't think we should try to 'solve the time to deliver a speech. -
university system's financial problems by "Come !see me_ you're ever in PanamaCit
raising tuition" he said. ).." he said, then walked slowly across the
Barron said he believes in steering! more carpeted lobby to address the waiting
students into junior colleges.).! !government: officials.In .

I- ," Alcoholic rehabilitation beats jail I

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: ,EDITOR'S NOTE Since the Mjers Act went Alachua County and the state, the effects of
into effect Jan. 1, alcoholics can no longer be drinking, and the laws which keep the county
.i\ arrested for public intoxictatlon; Instead, they dry on Sundays. The personalities in the,
are given rehabilitation alternatives. Today' Bridge House story are composites based on
Alllgator-Staff-Writers Gloria Akel and Lisa Interviews* Ith alcoholics there. See stories,
fieldbart. examine'the programs for alcoholics page seven.. '


Page 2, Til* ln< .nd.nt Florida Alligator,.Friday, February 7,. 1975 1

friday /UAN: Jobless rate expected to jump

/ (UPI!) -. The Labor Department Thursday prepared a The December rate.of 7.2 per cent revised upwards I
cSpsuleHouse January unemployment report all but certain to show the from the earlier reported figure of 7.1) per cent -- is the
Should the January rate exceed 7.5 .
in 25 highest in J 17 years. _
highest jobless years.In
it would be the worst irate
related developments the department said 2.5 and it was expected to do so jobless
million more persons applied for jobless benefits for the since October.. 1949. when the rate was 7.9 per cent. I
first time during a three-weeks period of January and twosenators The Labor Department said 4.77J.OOO persons received
proposed' $7.8 billion to give'}public jobs to ,I 'unemployment) insurance payments during, .the weekending
group million recessionictin1S.. Jan 18. Not all unemployed. persons receive

"THE NATION is moving at alarming speed toward benefits.
depression-like levels of unemployment in terms of absolute
tax bill number .. the truly human measure," said Sens. PRICES on the New York Stock Exchange closed
passes Harrison A. Williams D-N.J., and Jacob K.Javits R-N.Y. slightly lower after being up and down most of the day in

both are key members of the Senate Labor Committee heavy trading. Volume totaled 32 million shares second
on record. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial
and they promised speedy action. highest
for businessesWASHINGTON Current law provides $1.5 billion for 250.000 public stocks closed at 714.17 off 3.68 after being up more than

8 points in early trading.The .
jobs.The proposal came shortly after the Labor Departmentsaid early gain subsequently wiped out in a heavy selling

2.5 million persons! claimed unemployment com spree, came'chiefly in reaction to the lowering of the Prince
(UPI!) A House committee approved pensation for the first time. in the first three weeks of Interest Rate to 8 3-4 per cent from 9 per cent by Morgan
$3.8 billion in business tax incentives and tax relief Thursdayand January. Guaranty & Trust. the nation's fifth largest-bank. Other
neared approval of more than $15 billion in tax cuts and TilE PROPOSAL came a day before release pf the major banks were expected to announce similar cuts

rebates for persons with low and moderate incomes. January unemployment figures that were expected to show Friday.
The Ways and Means Committee turned down however $1 the nationwide unemployment rate soared to nearly 8 percent The Prime Rate .. interest banks charges their most

billion in special tax cuts financially troubled companiessuch or about 7.5 million persons out of a work force of 91 credit worthy corporate customers. has not been below 9
as 'Chrysler and put a limit of $100 million on the million. percent in nearly a year.

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The business tax portion of the bill was approved by voice election investigated.MONTGOMERY.
vote after a day of wrangling over specific i issues. Rep. Al Wallace's .

Ullman D-Orc., committee chairman promised to completethe
entire recession-fighting bill by the end of this week even if Ala. (UPI)) The Justice Department The spokesman said if it i is found ,he state erred. Alabama. l

late night sessions were necessary. f said Thursday was checking into provisions of the 15 would then be required to submit the amendment for review

Voting I Rights Act to determine whether Alabama. Gov. "The amendment will then be evaluated" to determine if it lu"
'George 'C. Wallace is holding office illegally. a' discriminatory! purpose or effect.

Labor secretary to resign .At issue is.a 1967 !state constitutional amendment which
reversed an Alabama law preventing a governor from succeeding
himself. The 1965 Voting Rights Act' provided that Jackson seeks presidency

WASHINGTON (UPI!) Peter J.. Brennan. 13th labor any. law change in Alabama or five other southern states

secretary, said Thursday he is resigning.His i which might affect minority voting rights had to be submittedto
successor is expected to be John T* Dunlop, former the Justice Department in Washington/ for approval.The WASHINGTON 'lUPD\) Pledging to "help the pcopK-!
director of the Cost! of Living Council. Alabama amendment w as not submitted, and a Justice this country who are getting hurt." Sen. Henry M. Jackson;, !\

In an interview Brennan told UPI: "I'm sending my Department official said the department was trying to formally declared Thursday that he is running for president in

resignation. It probably will go in today." determine whether it should have been. 1976.
Brennan said he expected to remain in office until "the "One major question to be answered first is whether the The Washington! Democrat's long-expected announcement
latter part of March," allowing Dunlop time for a smoother Alabama succession amendment is a change covered by the increased to lour the number of candidates for the part s

transition.! ,. provisions of the Voting Rights Act" he said. presidential nomination next year.



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Tighter security necessary on exams prof says

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,, By STUART EMMRICH Because he graded on a curve, Boewadt "It's going to be a lot of work to go back incidents as well, such as copying.
'''}, Alligator Staff Writer said he was going to have to go back and lookat and look at all the grades." Boewadt said, but "I really don't see much difference betweena

1'1 the grades and see where the cheating said it had to be done.: person selling an exam or people copying oil
A UF business professor whose class was !students placed in the class, and'possibly''
re- BOEWADT one another. It's just some money being
plagued by cheating on final exams fall evaluate the grades. ADMITTED the experiencewith "
made, that's all, Boewadt explained.
quarter says the experience has "confusedand the cheating has shaken his faith in the
disenchanted" him. UF honor code. Boewadt said the evidence of cheating on
Boewadt said the number of students his exams has convinced him that, honor codeor

Robert Boewadt, who taught Marketing involved in the cheating will determine if any "I'm very skeptical about the Honor Code no honor code, he is going to have to have

331 last quarter, said he learned his class had grade, re-evaluations. have to be made. nowl 1 found out people cheat here,they really tighter security on future exams.
of the incidents of fall do Boewadt ,said.
one cheating on
"We STEPPING UP PROCTORS in exams, the
don't know yet how 'studentswere
final exams in the College of Business Ad-
ministration.; involved. If there are sufficient numbersof "I think very few people really believe in it use of more than one exam, using different
students involved, then it may change the (the Honor Code) any more" he added. testing 1 places> and sitting students as far awayas
grades. possible are measures Boewadt said will
currentliconducting BOEWADT SAID he would like to see a probably have to be used.

cheating in the hearings business and trials last concerning "1 HAVE'TO LOOK at the grades of the poll done on professors and students to see if He said he thought the business college was
college quarter.,
they still believe in the Honor Code.
students who were penalized with E's and see going to start using safes in each departmentto
No Honor Court hearings were held how that will change the curve" Boewdadt Boewadt added he wasn't just angry about keep the exams under tight security.
Thursday, but were scheduled to resume
today. explained. the organized cheating that apparently occurred "It's kind of ironic this all has to be done

on business college exams fall quarter, under an honor code." Boewadt said. "It's a
""I've been with calls from honest
Eight of the first 13 students found guilty of kids that might deluged have missed an A by one or but also at the growth of simple cheating strange commentary on our system.

cheating on fall quarter business final exams two points and who want to know if the "

were in Boewadt's Marketing 331 class. cheaters were the one who set the curve. They ; ,,' ,.. ::1..,
want to know 'what's going to happen to '> 1. ---

ALL THE STUDENTS found guilty by the me,'" Boewadt said, adding he wasn't sure yet f : -

Honor Court received E's in their courses as how many grade changes would have to be r
part of the penalties. made.

RUB continues debates on

water, sewage rate hikeBy

RENA EPSTEIN "If the proposed rate structure is .r. d.

Alligator SUIT Writer inequitable, a new one must be formulated..
Greene said.
Controversy is continuing over a proposal

to charge more than $600 per hook-up for At the public hearing on Jan. 29, Greene
new water and sewage customers and to said the possible $300,000 increase in water

increase the monthly charge for service. and sewage bills at UF might force him to

The proposal was debated at a public layoff workers.

hearing conducted by the Regional Utilities UF now pays a little more than$200,000 for
Board (RUB) last Wednesday but discussionwas the services.

continued at another meeting this UF President Robert Q. Marston has

Wednesday to allow more citizens to express denied the possibility of layoffs but Greene a
their views. said he is not sure whether Marston's remarkson

The engineering firm of Black, Crow and water and sewage increases were "com

Eidsness, which compiled the report, said the prehensive."

hook-up, called a capital facilities charge, is Greene said ,he wanted to arrange a
photos by andy newman
fair because it of between UF
represents the actual cost meeting representatives and the
building new water and sewer plants to servicenew RUB. Florida field will be get a new Astro"The old surface has rotted and

customers. However, City Commissioner Russell Turf surface within two weeks. been patched over in places, it was just

The proposed hook-up charges are $250 for Ramsey opposed Greene's position.He The old Astro-Turf, was removed this not serviceable anymore" said Asst.

water and $370 tor sewage with some said, "The RUB should not get into week under contract with the astro-turf Athletic Director Bill Carr.

variation depending on population growth.In discussion with UF over rates although we do company. The surface is being replaced in' the,

terms of average monthly use the same not want to become an adversary of UF." fourth year of a five year warranty with
calls for increase from $6.70 According to the Florida
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is expected to begin as soon as Association Is expected to share some of
tied in with water use, would increase from dardized basis for state universities.At .
we get a week of dry weather". the
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Calvin Greene, physical plant director at presented three alternatives to water and r

Uf made a second appearance before the sewage charges: Nursing school workshopThe

RUB to urge the city and county commissioners No waste-water return cut-off

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PB9+ .4,1h.'lndpnd Florida/ Alligator,Friday,February 7, 1975

Evaluation team visits

f By GARY BALANOFF During the two full days the threemanteam
Alligator Staff Writer will be on campus, they will "meet with ,
a combination of administrative staff of the 49ie43
Each of the three members of the university and faculty:' Hemp said.
University College (UC) evaluation team will ACCORDING TO HEMP many faculty
receive $1,500 to cover all expenses incurred members have indicated they would like to see
during their stay in Gainesville.Dr. the evaluation team, but they wanted "some
Eric Goldman, Rollins Professor of degree of anonymity," so he would not release GAINESVILLE MALL
History at Princeton, Dr. James McCain, their names.
president of Kansas State University, and Dr. Dr. Albert Guy, president of the UF 2546 NW. 13th Street
John Silber, president of Boston University, chapter of the United Faculty of Florida
were selected to evaluate UC on Feb. 1718. (UFF), sent a letter to UC Dean Bob Burton
UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston Brown, stating they preferred the sign up list
ordered the evaluation team after a UC survey of persons wishing to see the evaluation team
!showed more than 50 per cent of the faculty be moved from Brown's office as soon as

said morale was poor. possible.
Dr. Gene Hemp, interim assistant vice Although Brown has a list. Dr. Hope Bock THEINFASHION
president for Academic Affairs, said chairman of the UC inside evaluation Al
Thursday I that $4,500 was allocated to pay for committee, has started a list in her office.
the three men's travel and living expenses as Hemp is also making a list of people who _
well as the costs of preparing individual wish to meet with the team when they visit STORE
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& SweatersJ., : .J. . :. :', ..!"t. ,t'. -.. ,... .'. .'... .-.' ..2.49it'" I. Accent was given authorization to bring during and before the legislative sessions.
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*;> . . ... . quarter for $3,750 was signed by Student The lobby will be directed solely at the state
*; Pants . . . 7.99 Body President Steve Merryday. legislature and will not subsidize individual
;,J. tJ DEAN'S ACCEPTANCE is still needed. lobbying efforts.
MIENS The committee also agreed to accept the The estimated cost for the service is 2800.
;fi i* I concept of the Florida Student Lobby which is It will have to come before the student senate
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DONIGAN 1123 W. Univ. Ave. B of the Murphree aiea.
3720472CLEARANCE : will be held this evening at Hillel at the two will be held Saturday from 10 a.m.. to
.. ,,,, 8:30: p.m., 16 NW 18th Ave. For further 6 p.m. at 2715 NW 4th Place. Admission $3.
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1. :r .' <) .t.. > k.fi''; :::M' ;": : ::": ::'i;:::': ':a; ::>t !: mm. m; 'i' information call 3722900. for further information call 376-5161.
BAHA'I DISCUSSION: on the beliefs of VIETNAMESE "TET" PARTY: celebratingthe
; Baha'i faith will be held tonight at 8 p.m. in lunar new year..will be held Saturday at 6
I the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 118. p.m. in the Club House of the Regency Oaks
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LITERATURE: will Apartment.. 3230 SW Archer I Rd. For further
L; : be distributed in the J. Wayne Reitz Union information call 376-9179.
IL _-_ Collonnade today from 11:45: a.m. to 1 p.m. MOVIES: "Brother Sun Sister Moon" and
r For further information call 3731850. "Friends" will be shown Saturday at 8 p.m. in
INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCING: the Broward Hall Basement. Admission is 50
Advanced dancers at 8 p.m.; beginners at 9 cents; 25 cents for those with area card. For
p.m. and! requests at 10 p.m. tonight at further information call 3929249.
Norman Gym. For further information call MEDITIATION:. by the Sri Chinmoy
Have those old\ pants \ ;' t.L 376-0224. Meditation Group to organize to function on
l STUDENT LIBERTARIAN MOVEMENT: campus will be held Saturday at 7 p.m. in the
\ down! will hold a meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in the J. J.. Wayne Reitz Union room 357. For further
L 90JOIJ.: Wayne Reitz Union room 150B. For further information call 373-8420.
information call 3783434. RECYCLING: of aluminum and glass will .
s (moyba they area COOL IIAND LUKE: as well as three Pink take place at 10 a.m. Saturday in the SW
Panther cartoons and refreshments all for $1 corner of the communter parking lot. For
tonight at 8 p.m. at the University United further information call 3921635.
Get $ I off Methodist Church. For further informationcall ADVANCED HEBREW: is taught Sundaysat
3728183. 7 p.m. at Hillel for further information call
STRAT.O.MATlC'BASEBALL: league will 392-6714.
on every new pair\ meet tonight and Sunday at 7 p.m. in the J. SIGMA DELTA CHI: will meet. Sunday at 7 _
Wayne Reitz Union room 339. For further p.m. in the Stadium room 236. Topic of
r of pants\ you buy for eachold information call 378-7177. discussion will be the press coverage of the
NELSON VALDES: will speak tonight at Honor Court trials.
\ pair of p n\\. jou bring in. 7:30: p.m. at the Federation of Cuban FLUTE FILM: "Flute Playing; A study with
Students meeting in Spanish in AFA 105B.. Mark Thomas" will be shown Sunday at 7:30:
For further information call 3738420. p.m. in the Music Building room 120. For
JAPANESE DIPLOMAT: Kenichi Ito will further information call 392-6672.
I visit UF today. At the J. Wayne Reitz Union CHURCH SERVICE RIDES: for Christian- I
: w "l room 123. IOa.n1. For further information call Science leave Century Tower at 9:40: a.m. For I
Do those old\ shirts 392-0398. Open for all who are interested. further information call 3731850. I'
JUGGLING: learn the technique Saturday at ISRAELI DANCING: is held Sundays at 8 I
3 p.m. in the Murphree courtyard. For further p.m. at Hillel. For further information call .
l seem \to; qet you depressed information call 3928925. 3722900. '

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State Rep. Ralph Haben is planning a nasty
attack on the First Amendment that we hope diesa
swift death.

Haben, chairman of the House Criminal Justice

Committee, has filed a bill that wouJd make it a

felony to publish or broadcast the names of grand

jury witnesses. ss
Such publication would be punishable by five : sr

years in prison and a $10,000 fine under the

Haben bill.Presently. 1 I s,

the burden of secrecy in grand jury

proceedings is on the participants the witnesses,

the jurors, the prosecutor, etc.
And the placement of that burden is well

founded on the freedom of press guarantee of the

First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.Even .

those judges who seek to keep down l LXrL -
publicity about a trial through notorious "gag

rules" place the burden on the trial participantsfor "1. UNDERSTAND THE ARABS HAVE MADe A FEW AMERICAN INVESTMENTS HERE.Responsibilityfor .*
keeping their mouths shut.

That's the way Gainesville Eight judge Winston

Arnow did it in 1973, because he recognized that

to muzzle the press would be unconstitutional.The .

names of grand jury witnesses are the childWho
newsworthy. The public has a right to know those

names and the press has a responsibility to report

trust our Reps. Sid Martin and Bill Andrewswill shall be responsible for a child? The mother, the SUE VALEK
do their part to kill Haben's bill before it even father the society it lives in?
All of the above according a recent Alligator column.I .
has a chance to be thrown out of court in a test BEG TO differ. Whoever decided to bring that child into GUEST COLUMNISTphrases

case. the world should take responsibility for it.
After all no one has to have a child these days. If one here. Producing, not caring for the child is con
chooses to have a child let her (or him. if he was the one who sidered important to the man. so' he naturally throw
BoondoggleWe desired parenthood) or sometimes both take responsibility.Don't responsibility for day-to-day care on a woman.
expect the rest of us to help you out. This is not necessarily the ideal state of affairs. Th
Of course people tend not to consider the option of women's movement 'concludes that men must be forced t
childlessness. We are socialized to want children. take some responsibility for child care and housework.
know things are getting tough out there, EVEN THE women's liberation movement puts down But should they be forced or even expected to do all this
what with the unemployment rate soaring to an all childlessness. This is odd since lack of children frees a great To find out ask another question: Who wanted that child i i
time high.If deal of time for a woman to'do all the things that will win her the first place? Probably the woman since society expend
recognition as a human being. more effort in seeing that want children.
I you're looking for a job, maybe something to women
I know who is the of
don't accusing movement hating BUT WHILE the pressures are strong if we're smar
tide until the construction
over industry
you opens children but someone must be. because movement women enough to go to college, we're smart enough to'take a look a
up again, we'd like to make a suggestion.Oh are always vociferously proclaiming their pro-child attitudes. what child-raising is like. Put aside your sentimental notion
the work's not too demanding and salary. They leave no room for a rational discussion of the childless and watch mothers in action. Don't ask them what it's like-
isn't half bad around $42.500 to start. But if that state. they'll probably tell you what society told them.
seems a little low consider for a moment the fringe Lack of children can eliminate a number of problems suchas One can also read up on the subject. Ellen Peck's "Th
benefits. : Baby.Trap" is the best known book advocating the childles
Moneys it costs$40.000-575.000 to raise a child from birth life. "How to be a Mother" books will outline the amount o
Like free medical care while on the job through college, closer to $30.000 for one who does not go to work imohed.
chauffeured limousines free auto tags and college, according to a New' York Times study. Having discovered the time and expense involved it make
unrestricted parking in the city where you work. Time: Housework. is cut dramatically when no childrenare sense to discuss the matter with the prospective father. A
Or how about free access to a gymnasium present. so more time is available for more productive woman should find out how much child care and housewor
with and pursuits. he is willing to do before she has the child.
complete swimming pool paddleballcourts. Society however prefers we not think along these lines. SHE SHOULD not wait until she has the child and then tr.
.? Women are told early and often how wonderful it is to have to browbeat the father or the society. in general to help he
' Want more? How about up to $45,000 in term children. They aren't told it's not easy to raise a child and not raise the child.

life insurence regardless of your age or health for always fun. It can be expensive. exhausting and exasperating.Some Why? ((1)l) She is'unlikely. to convince them. so why wast
parents discover too late they wish they hadn't her valuable time?
only 60 per cent of the usual premium costs?
bothered. But it they can't tell anyone for fear of being ((2)) If she considers herself liberated she shows .
a woman.
Or a free supply of i ice or a $2 haircut! ,
bad parents. lack of foresight and self sufficiency. .
(remember those?) free passes to concerts MEN ARE NOT exempt from society's prochild bias. either. Liberation requires taking full responsibility; for all one'
souvenir flags or up to 2.000 wall calendars a year "Virilit)" and "carrying on the family name"are the key actions. There ain't no such thing as a free daycare center
and endless free state county nautical
hydrographic aeronautical maps. many of them -

r suitable for framing. The Independent David Smith, Teheed
Wait there's more. Access to a wide variety of Editor in-chief Managing Editor

gifts from briefcases to typewriters to Christmas Florida .
cards all at cost. And then there's a free travel Alligator -

service exemption from the local income tax. an a t\icau
favorable auto loan rates and special low rates at David Klein Conna Brugman Brian Jones
the nearby hospital. EJ2 News Editor Layout Editor Layout Editor

And if you likes to keep up with your R.A. "Tony' Kendzior . ;. . . . . .'. . . . Gen.ral Manager
corespondence. you can scribble on to $6.500 James V,Cook . . . .'. . . . _. ; Assl.tant General Manager Publithed.by
up Mrt Evelyn Best . . .'. ; . . . . . . .Adminlstrativt Assistant
worth of stationary a Near, duplicate it for free. Mn Malphurs . . ... :,\ ;'. : . . . .. . . . .Bookkeeper ("'Rn""I,. Crlttuillnirnlirn". In'P.O
and mail it to. all the folks. back home? ...... also free. 'C.RoyShipp"I" . ,Business Manager
'r .. **' : t Box 13266 UniversityStation
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'Theresmore, .much,more. t. -:' "1 xfc': ** Tom MacNQ.mara. .. \t.4- :, '. ,AccoUntont: 'Florida with
{ "' Roy McGee Jr. "'.' ... :: . . . .Advertising Manager :Gainesville.;
Interested? We're' not sure if there are any Donna Lubrano . . ; ...to'. .'. :, .. . .. .Advertising Coordinator offices behind the College Inn.
left but send an application.care 1728 West University AvenueBusiness
openings you can k.y Harper .Specie'. S.ction.Coordinator .
of the U.S. Congress Capital Building. Lynda Homier .. .'. . .... .. . . Adv.rtising Production Manager Office phone: 376-4446,
Diana Snyder . . . . . Editorial Production Manage' Editorial Deportment: 376-4458
Washington D.C. Advertising and Production,
Lynn Sokl.r .Editorial P'ductio"Manager
Am BulletJafclv? . Jon'ce Workman Circulation 6 Classified Departments 3764482.
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Welcome to Florida Mr and Mrs. future resident. You History also .
plays an important role in the tradition of non-amnesty
have entered a land of year-round sunshine, orange groves, Florida. Old-St. Augustine provides the visitor an historicallook
golden beaches and the eternal Fountain of Youth. at the nation's ,first permanent settlement. Everglades
FLORIDA has everything. From the Gulf of Mexico to the National Park i is ,pne:;pf ,the oldest and largest natural
sparkling Atlantic, deserted palm-shaded beaches beckon the preserves.in America. Finally, picturesque Pahokee offers'the EDITOR: I'm sick and service (unpaid, of course)
visitor tp idle days of sun,surf and bikini-clad beauties.For visitor a nostalgic view of rural life in the swamps. tired of Ron Ziegler takingit 'which would use Ron's
the sports-minded visitor, Florida offers a variety of YES Mr. and Mrs. future resident Florida has it all; in the ear from various talents in a way that would
recreational activities. Over 30,000 lakes, rivers and springs (characterization omitted), benefit UF. For instance.
adorn Florida's landscape providing, an excellent fishing, so I am offering the I Ron could instruct the
!skiing or swimming atmosphere. The nation's finest golf BOB DAVIDSON following plan which will Tigert Hall propagandamill
courses and tennis Courts cater to the less aquatic sportsman, allow him to speak without in ways of presentinga
and for the spectator, Florida offers none less than the world offending the UF student better image of the

champion Miami Dolphins.Are SATIRE body whose high moral university to the Board of
springs your thing? Florida has America's largest and standards have become I Regents graduate
most beautiful springs We have Silver Springs, Blue Springs! ; front page news in'the assistants career service I
Salt Springs, Sulfur Springs; Tarpon Springs Manatee Alligator of late. employes, collective
Springs; Wacassa Springs, Wacissa Springs, Wichlecooche perfect clii. A.*. perfect surroundings and perfect prospectsat I hasten to assure my bargaining agents. I'm
Springs and Wakulla Springs. Florida has a spring for ( our perfect prices) are yours for the taking, .So pick an very moral readers that I !sure we can think of
everything. orange, smear on a tan and join the Florida "sunshine do not propose amnesty. !something.
FLORIDA offers the: adventurous at heart the choice of generation". Amnesty would be no Finally. Ron will get to
several year-round gambling opportunities. Horse racing! Jai We hope that every American will discover Florida's earthly sweat but it would be deliver a speech, but not
Alai,harness racing and dog racing are found throughout the paradise and when you decide to move to this Shangrila, be wrong. Rather, I am the one he has prepared on '1
state to bring the visitor an evening of excitement and fun in sure to contact the Shyster-Shaft Development Corporation suggesting earned reentry "The Use and Abuse of
the comfort of ulta-modern facilities. Cicero, 111.WARNING. as it were, which Power," which would .
When it comes to entertainment Florida is second to none. : The Surgeon General of the United States would allow Ron to take surely say something we
Florida has the night life of Miami Beach plays concerts and has declared Florida a health hazard due to overpopulation his place among decent. don't want to hear. Instead -
Insanity World. Yes, the magic kingdom of Insanity World, water pollution, air pollution an inadequate water supply; folk'like you and me. Ron could give a
located just west of Orlando, is a fitting symbol of the substandard schools; housing and zoning codes; chronic The first step would be dramatic reading'from
paradise found in the land of sunshine.Headache. unemployment, and a soaring crime rate. to have Ron sign an Frank Mankiewicz's latest
apology for all the sins we book on Richard Nixon,
think he has committed which I am sure is chock
I I against us. We could call it full of more agreeable
The Operative Statement opinions. .
it is
Motley (which renders all previous This is not an
{ EDITOR: I would like eliminate all new
unreasonable is it?
) plan
statements inoperative
r .to take this opportunity, programs, eliminate increased -
Let's offer it to Ron
I and publish it in the
spurred by anger and equipment When I first read Phyllis problems with apprentice Ziegler.. If he doesn't likeit
frustration to focus all of purchases and on top of Alligator.
Durrell's 'remark about the carpenters.Even
Next Student (expletive deleted) him!
the disgust and disappointment that consider raising CSEF members who ap- the more archaic
I can draw from tuition and-or offering peared at Tigert Hall last definition of motley fits "a Government or the Accent devise
my total being upon the fewer classes, how can they week to call for a budget mixture -on incongruouscolors. committee of alternative Wayne J. Douglass
some sort
Board of Regents and get away with it? hearing I was insulted. "A ." In the union black
Gov. Reubin Askew. I close feeling a pretty motley looking crew*', and white employees with a I I
What a tremendously headache coming on she called them apparently in wide range of views on race
intelligent and far and in need of a drink. I scorn. and civil right'have been ableto inflicted
reaching decision these wish Reubin Askew and On second thought forget their differences and Cornwell not

great men reached on' the Board of Regents all of however, I decided her work together for a common
Monday. Seventy eight the ill will that could comment was an 'apt one. cause. EDITOR Professor Winifred Frazer should restrict her
million dollars deleted possibly befall them. How Webster defines motley as Union members are too writings to those matters of which she has some knowledge.
from the State University can they do it? I could not "an incongruous mixture of diverse to agree unanimouslyon These do not include the Cornwell case.
System (SUS) budget. have imagined a group of heterogeneous elements." tactics and methods. Dr. Cornwell did not ask' to be "inflicted" on any
Damn it, I feel so people could collectively What better word for the That's why we have meetingsto department. He simply asked that he be allowed to take his
helpless. How can (the possess such lack of intelligence CSEF-where clerks in their discuss issues and put themto line item with him from Forestry, and to negotiate with other
Board of Regents reduce and insight. I early twenties work with a vote. But I think you'll) departments which might be interested in him.
faculty positions by five cannot believe it, how can electricians nearing find almost no career service As none of the departments which had a potential interestin
per cent, resulting in class they do this, where is that retirement where employee inside or outside the Dr. Cornwell's services, had open line Items, President
size increases amountingto bottle? Mark Curtiss overeducated groundskeepers union who disputes its goals O'Connell's refusal to let him transfer his line made it impossible

thirty students per class, (3CRJ) join janitors, with a fifth more say better pay, and for him even to be considered.This .
grade education, and better benefits.It's is surely one of the most shameful episodes in the
professional secretaries proudof a reflection,of the need University's history.
Closed trials a farce their skill and experience 'for a union on campus that I John H. Kaufmann

discuss salary and promotion ask my 'name be withheld. Professor of Zoology
EDITOR Closed hearings are a farce. These token in-
vestigations are pacifiers designed to make the ad- .. ... 1\99\
ministration appear dutiful and sincere to the public In- .
vestigators become actors going through the expected \ \ V /I ;

motions onstage to keep- the masses happy. < >.. 1: : ,. ,

Students at UF have been given pacifiers. The Board of J: '., i I' .:01., .
Regents insists on closed hearings of the cheating scandal in ),'j". er T,
order to keep the names of those involved 'confidential. Whyare
they so worried about. protecting the guilty? Why aren't -; ;:.' j1.\ <" :::.:,\ '. .
they interested in protecting the innocent the honest

students that have been associated with the scandal through. .... !. :' i:

generalization? .
Honor Court hearings must be made public- not to point 1J'f':;

the finger at the guilty,but to clearly distinguish the innocent. rv. .
Investigations veiled in secrecy must be suspect. The Nixon
Administration' should have taught us well. The Board of ',.

Regents apparently hasn't learned this lesson yet.

AI Truesdell 'l
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AIIIRator: Staff Writer \see if the }person has any money and using it itto Some continue their treatment at Alcothon t +*r m .., : 1 t ':''< Alligator Staff Writer people for a direct vote unless thr com
call a cab. House a halfway residence for alchoolics. ,.Mn > ', ,;,; .' vM P"-" a" mission recommends a straw vote.A .
Donna was brought up to believe the world 'Most' alcoholics don't' resist,:"' GPD of The' program ,at Alcothon House is simple. T9, i} f<, :. From 2 a.m. ,'Sunday until 7 a.m. Monday majority of the city commissioners could
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revolves around a drink. 'liver, Wayne Lewis said. "They usually stay "As long as alcholics rem'ain' busy they w ; ,\ ", N 'Is' morning. Gainesville is dry. also amend the current ordinance and allow
At age 16. the life of coktail parties, bars, in the student ghettos and crowded areas on won't be sitting around thinking of drinking" -:1": ; "< At one time the rules were different Sunday sales within the city limits."ANY .

and \\ocial. et-toJ.ethers.: seemed exciting to University Avenue and Main Street". James Fannin.' director of the ..Alcothon "Nk "' though. From 1903 to 1962 there were no CITIZEN can put the question ,
her. If the person does resist he can be arrested House said. v t time limits on when beer wine or whisky before\ the commissions/'City/ Commission

Since then ,she's' been arrested 1 11 I times tor for disorderly intoxication, a new charge citedin Each person has a job to do' around the ,.e, A,. ,. could be sold in Alachua County.No Clerk Don, Hope. said. ,
public intoxication. the Myers Act. house it's part of learning responsibility law required package e sales of beer to "A call to the clerk's' office by noon the day
SHE'S' WHAT MOST COPS would call the Police can also take alcoholics to jail for Fannin said.WORKING. rr cease between 2 a.m. and 7 a.m.. on weekdays.No before\ the meeting is the only requirement to .I

evolving( .: door drunk" .. and wind up backin "preventive detention" but can no longer WITHIN( A BUDGET of W t aro .. one said wine and whisky couldn't' be sold have an item placed on, the agenda,"' Hope Ij
jail a few days later. make arrests for loitering, or prowling in about $40.000$ a year. the Alcothon House a+ h a Z. on Sundays. said.
But the Gainesville Police Department Alachua Countyt1OWEVER provides each person with three meals a day t TWELVE YEARS AGO THERE WERE

(GPD)doesn't see many like Donna any more. DEVOT SAID no one has and a place to ,sleep. > NO alcoholic beverages sold at all within the
I Not \since Jan. I \when\ the Myers Act went been arrested on preventive detention or S 1 n ;z f county.. The closest places to buy alcohol were In the last 12 years .
t into effect and put a halt to all public intoxication disorderly intoxication charges so far in in Marian or Putman counties.But .
t arrests. Gainesville.GPD "As Ion alcoholics .. ;;u 4; public
gremain as in 1963 ,the laws changes. only Y one i
: 'I The most wi ely publicized portion of the and the Alachua County Alcoholic ,; pn That was when 8,000, Alachua County
new state law written by Sen. Ken Myers D- Rehabilitation% Center tried to enforce the busy they i ,; "1 a ', ,,, residents petitioned the county commission, hearing has been held '
Miami decriminalizes the' public drunk. Myers Act when it was first adopted by the referendum be (1
'. requesting a wet-dry put on in an attempt to
t Instead of treating intoxication as a crime the state legislature in 1973.' won't be sitting around ,, .> : the ballot.

law defines drunkenness as a sickness. That was just after the city turned over its '", r, ,y ON SEPT. 24, about 7,000, people cast their, extend drinking to 't".'
of ,.,
thinking drinking. ,
And instead of putting a public drunk jail to the county for an overflow facility.. : ,, s, vote to make the county wet .. except on Sundays.County .
[1 behind bars the Myers Act provides a When the agreement was made one N I ,. Sundays.In .
comphrenhensive county and state stipulation was included ..,the city could not r J 5 the last 12 years only one public hearinghas

rehabilitation service.ACCORDING fill the jail with drunks., For those who need to go on.. the state oilersa q 9, e ; ; f "'MW,rb3 y++,Y h been t hfld>< in an attempt to extend the
TO THE National Instituteon WITH THEIR ONLY available space now 28 day program with classes in crafts and time limits. Commission Chairman John

Alcohol Abuse and Alcholism, only three taken away, the city' began looking for group rap sessions. The issue never made the ballot because Durrance said, "I don't have any strong
pre cent of the estimated 300,000, alcoholics in another facility. Although it costs the clinic approximately k some candidates had already qualified to run philosophy in conflict with changing the

Rorida match ,the impression an alcholic The answer was the Bridge House. $575$ for each person put through the in the February 1972 election without the times.:"
living off the streets, one without a home or' a An agreement was reached and police soon program there is no charge if the person N drinking laws as a major campaign issue. "It's standard fashion for the county to
job.But began bringing drunks to the house where cannot pay. For those who can the programcost !. r rfir ? ACCORDING TO GEORGE "''bllow the high density areas. I wouldn't \want;

the rest, like" Donna have a family a they could "dry out.:" is based'on their income. The average fir, NICKERSON, assistant county attorney, a people going from one geographical.: locationto

home and an education. But without any medical equipment and amount a person usually pays is. a .w i : majority vote of.the county commission is all another to look for alcohol after they had
', "I was brought up in a Christian home. I shortage of funds the program soon found, PERHAPS THE BIGGEST problem facing ; that is needed to have the law changed something to drink:" Durrance said.

didn't' \start drinking until I went to school itself:: in trouble. an alcoholic in either a county or state ,'" ,y ,, ,I ,a ti
\ then everyone else did, so I ded too," Louis This lorced the police to take drunks to the supported program is what to do when theyare s rs' i' 9". ,
'said. "I'd take one beer to relax after coming g hospital emergency room for an exam. But sober enough to leave. + y

home from work.. But it usually didn'Ls t stop ,the,already busy emergency rpom was !getting According to Linda Todd from the u I r > 4 Drink 'effects 1
there." over crowded. ?> professional training section at the state ny varyBy

UNTIL SEVERAL WEEKS 'AGO Louis IN NOVEMBER of 1973, Bridge alcohol clinic, about one-third of the clinic's' rM. n 111,

\was\ part ofthe Alachua County rehabilitation House ran short of money, the hospital patients will remain sober tor at least one -

program. New he's' in Avon Park, the state refused to take in any more drunks, and the year, one-third will continue to make ad o ?, r > GLORIA AKEL With each additional drink, the nervous '
.i. ,renter, tor alcohol rchabilation. program died. justments in their lives so they can stay sober,, x y ,a.a a.. z ; Alligator" Staff Writer system and body functions slow down.

His route to Avon Park began in The revolving door at the county jail began and one-third will go back to their old The more alcohol the stronger the effect.

i Gainesville. again. lifestyles. r + t a There are a lot of old superstitions about Parts of the brain are put to sleep. There's

Occasionally the clinic will have the same alcohol. no permanent damage done just a temporarylack
I;: //lit,. Alligator special ,report people repeat the program. '. '; Take a glass of rum and the cold will go of body and mental coordination.
t The majority of patients however will try to a; away. For years people believed brandy
find a job, now that they have stopped would help revive someone who has fainted, Alcohol tolerance levels vary with the in
: He was arrested three times, for public 'fwo:and-a-half months later Bridge House drinking. a .: and wine would build up the blood. Even dividual. Within an hour the average man
t intoxication and taken to jail. Then he wentto hired a full-time nurse and the legislature tG photo bv rick rosen today whisky is given for snakebites. ''who drinks approximately:
the Bridge House the primary care center postponed the program for another year. Determining alcohol does to the body isn't'
the two shots, of
three ounces( same as s

r.I in "They Gainesville made on me his realize own.where my life was again Now for Gainesville a countywide could program.begin Only planning this Alcoholics/ h / get t h help i at t Bridge[ House only person a differently.scientific .problem. It effects each ordinary damaged whisky will have his judgment

headed. I didn't' want that, so I quit drinking. time it would include medical facilities and "There's' something in the body's' chemistrythat

t. If the Myers Act was in effect a couple psychological experts who could set up an .... makes alcohol poison to some and not to a pint(,of whisky y,will lose consciousness., ,
r months ago. it would have started me individual treatment program for each By LISA GELDBART people within. Jim is only one of about 14 patients \who\ transients, Goodman added. others:" Nancy Walters, registered nurse

t, thinking about it sooner:" he said. person. Even the money was there $$50,000 Alligator Staff Writer ""J'The e Bridge House a nonmedical tacilit seek help at the Bridge House each week. JIM AND MARY, like many others, must supervisor at the Florida Alcoholism the equivalent of 16 drinks will !go i into a '.

HOWEVER, THE SAME LAW which for the year from Myers Act funds. opened in Alachua County) in January 1973. t tis tis MARY STEWART, another patient, has attend therapy sessions Monday and Wed Research and Treatment Center said. coma.

I gives police the ri right to determine if someoneis THEN THE PROGRAM !got a new As he looked in the mirror live-day y beard is funded by Alachua County :and. the Distn t \wrinkles\ lining her forehead which make her nesday nights and on Friday night they watcha
incapacitated from alcohol also gives policethe coordinator. Ken Davidson a 21-year-old UF and red glassy eyes appeared. His clothes Mental Health Board. look almost 60 years old. but she says she is film about alcoholism.The thirty-three drinks will cause the

authority to leave a drunk out on the graduate with a master's degree in were dirty and his hair was plastered to his Lee Goodman, the program):: coordinate only 45.. alcoholics are also given medication to Evidence is currently breathing center in his brain to become

\street if the officer decides he is not in need of psychology.He head.No. has seen 748 people come through! the 0 ol 1 Her family brought her to the Bridge House prevent discomfort and physical injury while paralyzed and cause death.A .

emergency medical attention ,or unable to had just built up an alcohol program in wonder his wife kicked him out. wooden doors of the Bridge House a 1 tor help. Unlike many of the patients she hasa they are going through withdrawal. Goodman' being discovered to
nuke rational decision about his need for' Jacksonville and ,was now coming to small amount, such as one or two drinks,
\ a Jim can't think about giving up drinking, seeking help during the past two >years. a nice green 'leather suitcase filled with said..
care. Gainesville to coordinate the Alachua County though. It's' just too hard. If he quits, he'll GOODMAN, having previously worked : i clothes. After staying in Bridge e House, the patient prove some peopleare causes the stomach fluids to increase causing

According to DeYot.. the law does not Programs including the Bridge House, have to face reality. So he buys himself some mental hospitals and sanitariums. u uidrotands Her hands ,are shaking as she !glances usually either goes back home, skips town of irritation of the stomach lining by the acid

t require police to do anything for an alcholic Alcothon House and the North Central cheap liquor at a nearby package store. the alcoholics because he had t tl j. around the makeshift living room which has goes: to Gainesville's' halfway,house. Alcothon born alcoholic"A juices.In .
\who\ is not bothering anyone. Florida Community Mental Health Center. DRINKING IS HIS clean. House, for further treatment. Goodman said.
r; ESCAPE. Most of the same problem for 20 years. bare floors and three old sofas'pushed severe intoxication the liver is likely to
i "We're not trying to do that but we're not His program took effect last month. On time he '' "WE JUST DRY TIIEl1"out.\ If they
) doesn't know what it's like to be Goodman hasn't had a drink in tour >\'ea c r a against! the walls. swollen cells dried out from lack of
going to become, a taxi service either" DeYot Jan. I I. police took a ISO degree turn and were sober. "I I I SHE choose to something else when they !get "come a
don't like to brag about it it., though.: coo WAS VERY hesitant to receive pursue lot of people think alcohol is a minerals and blood pressure fallen. The
said. again trying to tight the alcohol problem, this Jim realizes that there must be more to life start drinking again tomorrow. I take e* i treatment because of ,"What people would out. they may: Goodman said.A \stimulatant because they go to a party and increased flow of blood to the surface causedby
time without filling the cels.-courts. and "'
up than seeing the world from his dizzy drunken day as it comes" he said.. think.: House for drink and feel better it's not, though. It has irritation of the nerve endings s. can be seen
hospital emergency room. of alcholics return to Bridge e
view But her family insisted she the house lot "'
ly to
go the same effect t as sleeping pills: said in the "bloodshot" eye vessels.
for of
A loophole in the law The only measurement the success He staggers into the BridgeHouse e at 3 It's not important to the staff \what\ the act so far is in the police PERSONS records. a.m.?, and there' staff members are ready to : Or y Not everyone is like- Jim and Mary, comingto "The repeaters are decreasing because involuntarily of center. According to Thomas evidence is currently
gives police theauthority THE NUMBER OF arrestedfor help him '\withdraw\ from alcohol. consider o the house their because of the Myers Act. More are committed
that he is an alcoholic which they on ow n or family .:" being discovered to prove some people are
public intoxication decreased from 471 in to longtime treatment
be an illness. encouragement. Many patients are,brought in alcoholic.
> to leave 306 in 1974. Within an hour an \ size man can
a 1973. to THE BRIDGE said. average
HOUSE is the '' can't 0 by law enforcement Goodman
answer to GOODMAN' SAID "You officers and some are
Charges for drinking \while\ under the in* alcholics' IS READY to depart after spendingfive use up about an ounce of 100 proof whisky the
problems. It is or patients JIM
many the 0 y from
drunk out in the street. only place anything'about or tomorrow hospital emergency. rooms.
fluence., of alcohol decreased by 89 arrests in in Alachua at Bridge House. equivalent of one beer or three ounces of wine "Even though both parents are alcoholics
County an alcoholic while SINCE THE MYERS ACT which no f \ days
i 4 i may go today. says h doorat< t t the e through h normal body metabolismi) .,, ,..,rlhe, child. oetn n.tJl:'. h1ytn y : c;,Thoma$,, ajd. '
one year> ,,,he'is is intoxicated seek help. Of the'' 12 Bridge House- staflers.. six I e: person shall be ,arrested for, public, intoxication As Jim,,operas, h, s the.hea. tb\\jjpogen\ ? ( Since January.. 12 new clients have come (to'I:''! I', ''TW'&MMfc::>' r li ''a"p p'afe r green d houie'bn' ", in house, the glaring IS sim,ujrjtatfl/ F his!\s ejes.. He a is, r'" ,, "It's a recessive trait, like blond hair which
S SW alcoholics' n': Floridaiweniintp, I > Fffecton Janr' ..t'l' '
recovering ,
Most. Gainesville police agree that rather the alcoholic program at the Mental' health s'Second' Avenue,: is H\weathered\' \with\. a Prior1 times'' : alcoholic u I. 1975. a| oholiCa ) treatmetit:' ,t'I. forced to' 'look at the world as a sober man. I t t't'an)' more alcohol )gets( into the blood theetl'ects sometimes> doesn't show up for generations.
age.g to 'More S than '''not.O'n $ taken to ,
than drunk the rehabilitation : further will be noticeable.
taking a to receive begin to
center. The number of clients jumped from its conversion Jim's immediate plans: are to e
\ to a rehabilitation center r-
,center will find center, derstands better: Goodman: said. or to their homes. Rutgers Center of Alcoholic 7 The life a.pectancyof; alcoholics,
they usually try to out wherehe 112 to 124 in one month. Alcothon House.. According to accordingto
members of Delta wIll' at
0 There treatment
Sigma Phi is
fraternity made WHILE IN THE House. Jim a staff on duty 24 hours a day.. and
lives; and either take the person home or BUILDING THE COUNTY PROGRAMis it their home. Bridge g 13 I* S I no Mary\ must return to her family, \where\ she Studies judgement becomes impaired when .Rutgers J is shorter. How ever many
which one
call a taxi. important to Davidson it's a stepping stone through a withdrawal program \\ seeking help (is s turned away. Goodman receive further encouragement. alcohol reaches the brain after being con. scientists 'now say the life of''a "moderate

;. ,",. H ', ." ',-" ....... .THErACT.ALLOwS, ,the officer to 'take' to'the'state' 'clinic fit' Avon' --Park.--...r."...,. Y '' Now not' t as much, care is given to the. between five and seven days. lives\ at the Bridge House:" hopes Goodman to \ pointed< out./'A\ /.: Jot, l1oose.t''", ,>umcd.\, ., and,rarriedthrough.he:[ .,| ,blood.!dreamt drinker:' docs pot differ in.length front that of ','
; outward .
. .... '..... ..'.... ** '' appearance a of-the: 'house.-. ...-,,'v, He will receive room, board and medicattjnif : n .The, majority\ } ,of.{ alcoholics'! .xoming.jto! t the, ,As ,R ,, ,.,,, .' '
I' r'. :. : "reasonable measures t t&help P the'al oh lic. MosV' 'prophr'clon't'gO'bn( -;when, ''iheir' ,it,, 'TODAY'IP, ,IS,''trbcessaty"to' ", house ? ,b back..ou on! r..streets s ',wflh; ,their, \ ..bottle,...,t t tgnttYrr.i' \ >gtt.of'' {''t,atbodvrr( '''' : 'n.':} .ia.lot.;' ,.>bslaijiers, >", .:h !jW', n" I i .Lh+., .k( tip.
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Page )10.Ttt.'Upndnt! Florida,Alligator Friday v February.1975) This page paid for at USUal advertising rates 1

r Askew
North Florida 0

Jobs ListedIn Productd by th< Division of Information fc Public Sen. Stone
-liont Strvicti to communicatt official netlcit &
m Important information to students, faculty It staff Uiqesf
JWR Union Wittl University of Florida. To Be HereA

forecast of Florida food
The Career Planning and Placement state's agriculture -
CAMPUS HAPPENINGSJapanese production and how the
Center in G-22 of the Reitz Union now has urbanizationwill
with rapid
daily employment listings for positions in can cope
be revealed at a special
North Florida, and a comprehensive Job February 1112. It
conference on campus
listing for the entire state once a week. Diplomat will include addresses by Florida Governor -

The listings are provided by the Florida Reubin Askew and U.s. Senator
State Employment Service (FSES)
through their Computer Job Bank. Richard
conference called Agricultural
The job listings are on compressed Speaks TodayKenichi Growth in an Urban Age (AGUA-is)
microfiche cards, and a special microfiche being hosted by the Institute of Food and

reader is available to scan the job Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), It followsan

openings.The intensive 18-month planning effort by
computerized job listings are Ito, first secretary of the rooms 346 and 347, duplicate bridge in hundreds of agricultural leaders and
available to U of F students and alumni. Embassy of Japan in Washington will be rooms,361, 362 and 363, and table tennis, WAS from around Florida.To .

Students planning on interrupting their on campus today as a guest of the snooker, pocket billiards, three-cushion faculty meet growing food demands,
schooling will .know beforehand which Committee on Asian Studies: billiards and bowling in the games area. help solve
the conference is designed to help
jobs are open commensurate with their After an informal coffee-hour discus- Winners in some events will be eligible to
and state's agricultural
level of education and skills. Graduating sion at 10 a.m. Ito will speak and show advance to higher competition in the problems facing
and also offers ten-year projec-
seniors can determine immediate employment slides on contemporary Japan from Association of College Unions interna- industry
opportunities throughout theo 11:15: to 12:05: in a public invited session.At tional tournament. tions for 26 agricultural commodities
state and alumni can have access to jobs 12:15: ,a luncheon hour program will be produced
that require experience and a degree. held in Room 400 of the Unionoppositethe Architecture Exhibit Emphasis will center on increased
Placement Center personnel will also Arredondo Room-during which Ito Anyone curious about what students in technology to spur productivity and on

screen students for job qualification and will comment and answer questions on the Department of Architecture are how agriculture can realize successful
to assure position availability before issues arising in Japanese-American doing can stop by Room HOC Architec- interaction with the state's urban sectoron

referring students to the Florida State relations. His specialty area is the ture and Fine Arts between 9 a.m. and 4 such vital factors as land use control,

Employment Service.Deadline relation of Japan to Communist nations. p.m. today. Models, graphics, photo- taxation, water resource management,
graphs and a videotape presentation are environmental considerations, man-
MondayFor Indoor Sports on display. power, urban waste disposal and energy'

allocations.. .
Contestants in the Intercollegiate Re-
Film Talk
Governor Askew will make the keynote
DissertationsMonday gional Games Tournament at the J.
Young film maker Rick Friedel, a 1972 address of the conference at 3:30 p.m.,
Reitz Union test their skills in
Wayne a
Florida graduate, speaks at 7:30: tonightin February 11. Senator Stone will addressover
is the deadline for first variety of indoor sports all day today, the Reitz Union "Author's' Corner," 500 guests at a banquet beginning at
with final events scheduled for
submission of dissertations and all Saturday Rooms 122 and 123. A feature length film 7 p.m., February 11. The conference will

related materials to the Thesis Section of morning. written, and directed by Friedel will be in the Reitz Union.Exemption .
Fans watch chess matches inI
the Graduate School, Room 380 Grinter can premiere next Friday in Gainesville.
Hall. Test
J azz Satnrda y

'Black History Week' Begins Band The Festival Music Department's swings into sound Annual at 9 a.m.Jazz For JM StudentsA ,

I I Saturday in University Auditorium. Jazz 1
test to exempt proficient students in
buffs are welcome to sit in as two
Sunday for Nine-Day RunUF's University of Florida jazz bands and the College of Journalism and Communi-

groups from Jacksonville University, cations,or students in University College
Brevard Community College and three headed for Journalism, from taking JM
201, Writing for Mass Communications,
high schools jazz it up until 6 p.m.
annual "Black History Week" Tuesday, Feb. 11, the 'Black Student (Contact Band Office, 392-0227.) will be held Tuesday, Feb. 11, Stadium,
runs nine days this year,from Sunday, Union is sponsoring a black Beauty And Atlanta Rhythm Section sounds off Room 419, at 7 p.m.

Februrary 9,through Tuesday, February Pageant, beginning at 8 p.m. in Univer- at 3 p.m. on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Students who pass the course will be
18, highlighted by a free talk by sity Auditorium. Student Government Productions spon- granted 4 hours credit when they enter

comedian Dick Gregory at 8:30 p.m. Thursday Feb. 13, a concert by the sors the free rock concert. the college. Results will be available
on Tuesday, February 18, and a lecture Spinners will be held at 8 p.m. in Florida Friday, Feb. 14, in Stadium Room 337,
by child psychiatrist Frances Cress Gym. Tickets are $5 each and are Pianist Sunday 3921124.

Welsing (noted for her "Cress Theory of available at the University Box Office, Japanese pianist Minoru Nojima per- To sign up for the test, call Mrs. Hettie

Racism") at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Febru- Rebel Discount and Recordsville. forms'at 8:15: p.m. Sunday in the Reitz Glenn, 392-1124, or sign up in Room 337
ary 12 in Room CHI, Shands Teaching Friday, February 14, a Talent Show Union ballroom as part of the University Stadium in advance.
Hospital.The will be held at 8 p.m. in the Medical Performing Arts Series. University stu-

opening activity in'the week,which Sciences Building Auditorium on the dents will be admitted free, and non- Open Door

provides the opportunity for the campus second Door.Saturday students can reserve $2 seats by calling

community to recognize black achieve- February 15 brings dancingat 392-1657. For Grad Students
ment, is a church service Sunday at 11 the "Red, Black and Green Ball" in Nojima studied under a special schol-

a.m. at the Greater Bethel A.M.E.. the Rathskellar at 9 p.m. arship with Lev Oborin at:the Moscow
Church at 603 N.W. 7th Avenue. Sunday, February 16 will be high- Conservatory in Moscow, and subse- Dean Harry H. Sisler will keep his

The Feb. 10 basketball game with lighted by a Fashion Show at 7 p.m. in theJ. quently won second prize in the 1969 Van office open Wednesday, February 12
Georgia will have students wearing red, Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom. No Cliburn Competition in the United States.'Shrew' from 3 to 5 p.m., Room 223, Grinter Hall,
to talk with
black and green, to honor the black events are scheduled for Feb. 17. graduate students without
movement, gathered in the North End All events are free to the campus Monday appointment about any matter that they
Florida Players start a six-night run onShakespeare's would like to discuss with him or his
Zone, to cheer the Gators. community,except the Spinners concert.
"The Taming of the
Shrew"at 8 p.m.Monday in the Constans The "Open Door" meetings are held
Bus Ad Physical Education Theatre. Students are admitted free. the second and fourth Wednesday of each

I I Non-students tickets cost $2. month from 3 to 5 p.m.

Teach 'The System' Mondav Financial Aid Info Sessions
- - - -
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University of Florida's neurosurgeonDr.

Albert Rhoton, appears on UNI- Student Financial Affairs is continuing
The next session of "Teaching U The administrators from various colleges on SCOPE UF'sstate-wldeTV show, this its information sessions, acquainting
System" (TUTS) will be held from 7 to 9 campus. Present at Monday's session Sunday at 12:30: p.m. on Channel 20, students with various forms of financialaid

p.m. Monday in Room 122, J. Wayne will be Dr. Jack Farley of the College of WCJB.Dr. along with eligibility and deadline
Reitz Union. Business Administration and Dr. Norma James Hooks, director of Theatreat requirements.

The informal discussion sessions, opento Leavitt of the College of Physical the University, describes the new Sessions will be held on Monday at 7

all students, focus on providing a Education.The vitality repertory theatres have broughtto p.m. in the Tanglewpod Apartments

variety of information,about such thingsas TUTS sessions are sponsored live American theatre.,, Commons Building (on,..SW 13th St.), anduti"Wednesday
registration ''procedures, 'perusal of ,weekly by the Office for Student Services' v s..l. ; ; s ( :1tew i Wid ft.n'.': > .at 7 p.m.in the recreationroom
records ,the ,S-U''' option, where to get. under the direction of"Assistant Dean :V, Junior High School, called 'a*-"mlddJ of French Quarter Apartment and

counseling, and other items. Joyce Taylor and Student Services school"by its designers and "fat city" by at 8:45: p.m.In La Bonne Vie Apartments

Each session will have faculty or Coordinator Rob Denson. ,its students. '(both in Cin City area on SW, 18th Ave.)

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1800 Miles, $675.00 Call 373-0265 shag central air and heat many e.'ral. ,
t. ," Evening or Weekends (a.5t.75.p) 160.00 373.5377 after 6.00 (b.3l..75.pi)

1968 pontiac wagon super clean tape YOUR OWN BEDROOM AVAILABLE.
deck am fm radio, automatic' power Village, Apts. $80 + % utilities" Call 'Unix v;
steering windows good tire luggage debbie after six p.m. 373.2944 (B.5T.76. :
1 1 i'' rack 378.5934 best offer take it' (A.5T- P)

76-P) Roommate. Wanted Own bedroom ><<,,.,.Hairstylingji 'i :
Reasonable: 1974 2 bedroom Mobile furnished apartment near Mall $80 mo. *':'::* """,
1 1 Home. Patio and Awning, Completely .. 'I.* ulilit Call les 378.5272 (B.5T-76-P) '3772643 \:...
set up. Brittany Estates Pork. lot 174, "'
AdultSection 373.2259 After 5 P.M. (A. *:tM \S:,.,
5T.76-NC) -

Buffet Nine drawer antique green 7:30:
formica$75 conrad with
guitar case $35
Panasonic cassette recorder$8 373.6118 FRIDAY!
3425 SW 2nd Ave $204 (o.5t.77.p) _j 920
1 t f
double mattress & box spring. used one
month excellent condition. $7500 call
376.0352 (o-2t.77.p)

BOYCOTT GALLO yard tale tat 10 om 4 This Cop Plays Dirty!
pm; 722 e univ aye; donation for the
sole welcome; 378..5229 don I forget CHARLESBRONSON
boycott Gollo Wines (a.It.77.p) '|!1974's Jcrttrt Superstar from


If you desire to move from your present Now he's got a badge and If he can't
location we can rent,sublet it or find you bust 'em. he'll break 'em In
o roommate immediately at NO COST.
Call todayll half!

United Real Estate Assoc. Inc
113 NE 16th Ave. 377.6992 (b.fr.55-c.) "

-L\ is the time, to start looking for that CHARLES BRONSON"State
ideal home for spring or fall qtr. We
hove many listings, avail for then o
small today deposit 377-6992 can hold it for you. Call of Death"

5 blocks from THC STONE KILLER
Home campus on acreage I formerly
Believe Ill) large bdrs on '/, less than
5 minutes walk to campus Rent is $165 6:15 ...
with no last' monthll ((219))
Open 9 om.8pm 377-6992
2 bdr $75 Home on acreage: No e 9 15
I lease small deposit Pets OKI) Student 1M.
.AI Patin welcome!I
w. lfrs S;
I Open 9am 8pm 377-6992 r SOR
r $20 per week Spacious home save

Rober1 I Duvall 1.1 Diane ( ealon lab ell De Nira: Open allowed$These$$ heat 9am ore.,live opts-fully 8pm like located equipped you. wont walking kitchen quiet 377-6992 distanceto area.Pets iw A. DISCOUNT ii1l ACTT TICKET h

Shows 'OrA& 'A.1t 1 1. $75 per month NW 16th St ((229))
Sat. 8 Sun. 2. $110 Efficiency NW 8th Ave
3:30 8:30: I
InemaJ10 1:30.5:048:30: : : ((2210))
3. $130 per month 4 blocks to U of Flo
Sorry-- No PaSSES ;III.nIY'. ''NOIII. 2'2.4"
4. 2 bdr $140 NW 3rd.Ave ((13013))
5. 2 bdr $150 1 4 blocks from U of Flo
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((1122)) _
Open 9om-8pm 377-6992 -- -

SHOULD WIN AN ACADEMY All of these are exclusive listings, with. ****************** ***********$

our office and cannot be found
anywhere else. Come in todoyllSove :
time moneytl '
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113 NE 16th Ave i :

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CLASSIFIEDSSammia Tak I Grump 10 'Blazing Saddles'Barbara


\ Find the grumpiest person you know, someone


F.m roomote needed ot village, opts Nowl Female roommate for 2 who hasn't laughed since the Panic of 1929. Send
of now own room $80.00 + 'futilities, call bdrm.Village Park opt $62 month t13
anne or morgo after 5 pm 377.1208 (b. util Call 373-7408 anytime A-C, pool,
: 5l.73-p) __ ._ near campus (B.2T.76-PI) him to see Mel Brooks'
716, W.:;Univ.. Ave. 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted tor Room for rent $46 including utilities. 1 stih,, .
# poolside French Quarter Apt. 56.25 + 'rn block from campus lease till |tune 116 1
.<'..,J' 3772643. ... \\.", utilities. each call 3739153' (b.5t-74.p'N.W. : NW 16th St. 3776884 (b-lt-77-p) "Blazing Saddles" -
sublet 1 br opt, furnished all electric! ,
pets accepted. $145 mo pinewood. opts
OVER 4400-441 NW 39 ova phone 373.8112 and
HELD you'll a
after 3 p m. (b.3t.77pl) >
large room in double wide, for I r
13th STREET and)
23rd BOULEVARD 2:05 4:40 7:05 9:35 responsible female Prefer grad Jtd benevolent deed .
r 95.00 mth 'Vi utli SO.00 deposit. After 6 it) : ,
call 3780134 (b.5t.77pl)
I or 2 roommate wonted for Village for mankind. i ;
? 1 ADVENTURE OFD i JUNGLE INTOPARADISE Park Apt. 52 25 mo. + '/ utilities, call F.J
THEM ALLI y Shelley 377-7833 after 4 p.m. Keep L >E3 '
AN EXOTIC trying move in now or soon (b-5t-77-p) If "Blazing Saddles" RpO
'' sublet apt 1 I'll' story, I bedrm, bath heat, \ rxisn't
air, carpets three blocks to campus
1824 N W. 3rd place No 3 come by and the funniest .
see available now. (b.5t.77plWANTED)

film of the year,

GOLD & SILVER Top prices paid for ckk.
rings\; old jewelry, etc. confidential cad:i
kSFMILYtS Owe 373-3894 (c.SO.53.cl) I'm not sure .

I or 2 roommates to rent other rm In 2

bdrm share fnshed or $95 opt.mo $60 for own mo .if rm willing+ split to we're ready for the one that's got it beat. "

utilities, deposit Butler Gdns 378.0129
Jim. (c5t73p) __
1 [ Need I or 2 pref. female roomotes
fireplace! Near duck pond $83.50 + 1.3
I I utilities, 15 mm from campus by bike
f WOMITCO TWIN I 378-2252 1512 NW 2nd St t come by (c5t. .


N W. 13th STREET and both mo +Turn'. opt utilities at, Country 377.7309 Gardens(c-7t.71pl$60) BERGMAN RICHARD PRW ALAN UGER.toy by ANDREW BERGMAN F oducedbMICHAELHERIZBERG, [ Duected by MR BROOKS

23rd BOULEVARD 2:15 4:10 6:00 7:50 9:45 Wonted responsible, roommate to shore PANAVISION4 TECHNICOlOR' |[R:|w.. RESTRICTED.. .. l From Werner 1'01.OWir'wCo'nmunlctnoo'Compi0y
x'b opt own room + both $105 Vi uhf
i'' ;E MhiM r: LoBonne Vie, 376.1186 Nerida call or
A woman with a come by opt 306 (c.3t.75pl)
liberal female roommate own room in 3
i a profane love br. house furnished, close to campus $75 1
i f mo. 1835 NW 5th Ave (c-5t.75,p) Ti rest tI1er11sic 44a11
.for a man
mature female wonted to shore apt till
of God.PETER end of winter quarter $70 month + Vtutil
4x Call after 6 373-4769
(C-2T-76-P) 233 W. Univ.-. Ave.
Now accepting applications for summer
r_' Jx camp counselors at PINEWOOD for boys
and girls in Hendersonville, N.C. Write
FINCH P.O. Bo 4585 Normandy Branch, Miami
Beach, Ho 33141 (C-10T-76-P)
Wonted: male roommate for own roomIn
LIV ULLMANNTHE 3 bdrm Williamsburg. $85 per mo +
1-3 utilities, Behind Med center call Dan
377.9633 or 373-5283 (C.3T.76-PI) Great
ABDICATION female roommate wonted "the village"on
archer rood own room in 4 bdr.2 bth
[IPG] townhouse opt-pool, courts, etc call lisle all
378-6489 $80 mo + util (C-5T-76-P)

WANTEDI! Advertising Sales y

MIDNIGHT SHOW FRI fr SAT Representatives Publication Info. Call for 377-0231 a Motor for further Sport 77

25C ALL DRAFT BEER ALL NIGHT Attention Part-time help male wanted and female monday students'through 233 W. UNIVERSITY 377-3013 AVENUE

friday from 5-9 Coll 377-0612. (c.Jt.77.p)


real estate salesperson for
notional company. Quarannled salary
+ commission. Call Gory'or Susie 377-
6973. (E-5T-69.C)

reliable person to help with paper route
good pay one or two weeks.per month
must have own car prefer person that
will be here for 6 momths 378.9167 (eItr77p .-
'! : ) _
mech engineer student to draft several
drawings' for patenting I have a 11
necessary specs see rick 1614 NW 3rd
Place 6 pm or leave note (e-3t.75pl)
YAMAHA"PRESENTS RN'l experienced in ICU and general
medical surgical care for 3-11 and 11-7 Y
shifts. Also, one RN and one ORT for
operating room Must be experienced
Excellent employee benefits, and work
..r ftit'rM environment Please call 372-4321, ext
227 or apply at Nursing Office, 912.SW
4th Avenue.
Address and Stuff Envelopes At Home
I $800 00 Per Month, Possible. Age And '.. .
location Does Not Matter Offer-Details,
Send SO cents (Refundable) To: Triple S,
699-T4 Hwv. 138, Pinion Hills Ca 92372.


With This Coupon ;




.. o''! Rabel Discount! ,.Bon Office ..,, ... j
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} GOOD FEB. 7, 1975 Reserved Seating' .:-..

now playing

MuV. sic 1 RUBY WINTERS $4.00 $5.00'aj.
L.3SOO SW 13th St. i
233 W. Univ. Ave. 377.3013
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a reliable, part-time arti,.'. out"hour
CLASS RINGS flexible starting $1 50-hr tee rick 1614 NOW OPEN ARRIVED FROM LONDON, Astrology charts by dikki-O| more,thon 20 lost: gold wire-rimmed glasses .in a Basic Advanced Scuba Classes Starling
DIAMONDSWATCH NW 3rd pi at 6pm no ph leave note (E. blow, Specializing In English haircutting pages of detailed analysis" explores the block beaded case lost (an. 28 between Underwater Photography Classes
REPAIRS 3T-76-P) waving for the In look complete pattern of your life, talents mallory and mccarty hall neededdesperately. Starting Sale service rental air, trips
200 W. University Ave. several total music freaks (one pref w- Univ. Ave Drop 377.2643 by Colonial t|50t-53-p Plaza 716 W. and future' 37806495l74(| -p) call karyn at 392-9093 (I- Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild Kingdom
quad tope deck) to produce new music ) write poetry'photo buff? draw beautiful 3T-7e-P) T.V.) Aliens Aquatic & TrOll Center 3448W
372.4106 forms hopefully'to result in records& cut Wedding .invitation. 11.40 per I 100,i doodles? prose genius? submit work for Univ 3739233. (m-fr-72-c)
therein Rick 1614 NW 3rd PI. at 6 business cords 89 95, rubber stamps, consideration In NOW anthology 315 Found: Car keys outside of Bartran Hall .
ph leave notes {E.3T.76.P) pm no ,magnetic sign' offset printing Cliff Hot JWRU 39216345t| .74-p) Call 378-5657 (l-5t-77-p I ) '------------r

9qt. Permanent Gainesville, resident 'to work Printing 1103. N. Main (J.FR-S8-C) Quality lealherwork never wears out lost set of keys between Beatty mfQ1Ki.Eir! I I'II
pan time including evenings and KARATE LESSONS it always wears in. At MoSonDu we Towers and Williamson Hall Call 392-
weekends in retail music tore. Should Small classes $20 per moo specialize, in custom leatherwork 7purses (I.2t77p) 'II I BOOKS COLLECTOR'S i I
be able to read munc At minimum must '1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St, ) Mon thru belts, coals, )jackets, ,sandals PRINTS
Union be able to play o little guitar and Sot even, 7 to 9 378.7131. (Ji20T-60) travel bags If it can be mode of leather'' LOST A CALCULATOR I am tlimbmg: ,the II I II
we can make it to suit MaSanDu, wallsl BIG REWARD! Please call
preferably a little you. Skippy I
banio Must hove COED's
facial hair
Norffo tavyn good working knowledge of classical niarertly Coll Edmund removed per 1131 W.University,' Ave. open 10am-6pm 373-9575 (L-2T.76.P) I LIMITED EDITION PRINTS I
music. as well as 'thorough knowledge of Hectrologisl Dwyer Monday thru Saturday, by appointment 1 17 W. Univ. 3783264r
over 20 !
years experience Sundays S 3737470. 74c : 4-
evenings ( -
current popular. Position involves soles Call 3728039 (J.FR 61.C) |I-sp !!"'
work, checking in merchandise" ordering
and multitude" of additional STONE GROUND 100 percent BREAD & "There ore 'two ways of healing
DEPRESSION ART "FOUND"Public responsibilities, This" .iso busy establishment COOKIES fresh from the oven with love Sickness the first way .through the THERE'S MORE
and requires aggressive individual from MOM 604.nw 13 st 378-5224 new use of material' remedies. The second : Ladies, Gold Watch In vicinity of rftS' TO SEE WITH
.interested ,in music, willing to work hard low prices (|i-5t 73-p) consists in praying to God Both' Leigh' Hall Feb 5, 75. Call 377-8905 (l-5t- :
Offered1937U.S.Gov't and willing to consistently keep Term Papers! Canada's largest Service means should be used and practiced 77-p)
assigned hours. Prior sales work .in a For catalogue send$2 to: Essay Services, Boha'l Writings ((1|-lt-77-c) CABLE TV
retail. store' preferred Reference 57 Spadma Avenue Suite 208, Toronto, Tutoring in basic math, calculus,
required Call Bill at 373-0617 for mterview Ont Canada. Also, campus representatives chemistry, biochemistry, physics, and It,! (ttU
(E-ST-76.C) required Please write. (|-35t-70-- HOME HUNTERS biology Call Don at 377.4158 (m-5t-73-
Pj) PL 8 TV Channels, A weainer
Ponchos, Bookpack, Pack W-frames, WA can help you find a home, channel; UPI News, New York
AUTOS Tents, Rugby Shirts Trail Shoes, White apartment,mobile home,or "JOBS IN ALASK A" handbook! How to Stock Exchange, FM Stations on
Art PrintsA Stag Speedo Bathing, Suits Join Univ roorrfmate the easy ways! work and live .in Alaska latest pipeline TV Channels, d2 9 FM and 4 AM "t.
UOYD'S CORVETTE PLACE We buy and Hiking Club.. Aliens Aquatic & Trail Vt.i Information 05055 sell. Jacksonville Florida 1-3883311, I I- Center' 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (|-fr72c -
)10 and Causal Ave
(g.2Ot-73-p) )
series of rare coincidences Get ,that all over ton at GYMNOS. 20 JOEL R. BRIDGES II typewriter,.calculator ditto, machine?
68 Ford LTD Wagon PS PB 10 Pass T-Htch mm from campus call 373-1407 write Or a phone from which. you can call? 522 N. MAIN ST.
has led to the historic discovery
$6003928790 G-5T.76-P box 12541 32604. Pool
( ) city maintence These and loft more are available in 321
of several thousand sets of full help-needed (SP-76-P) REALTOR 404 SW 4th Ave Norman Hall:(m-IOt.70-c)
color antique art prints that were MAZDA 1973 RX2) only 17000 miles am- If you are pregnant and need help, we Open 7 Days tit 7::00 377-0700
"lost since 1937." fm radio air four door sedan silver grey core. Call Birthright 377.4947 (J-24T- WIRED FOR SIGHT
being offered to the They public.are now Call 3765012 frltil). ((95177-ncl 69-P) __ "The Eyeglass OPTICIANS Super Mort"UNMIi'SITY @ (!!) @ ,

300$W 4th Ave' 3784480

NATIONAL (M-SO-53.C) __ .
Alachua 0OA typing:any material' fast and efficient
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT County 0y 75c-double spaced page. IBM carbon NEW & USED
cl (" \ RABBIT ribbon selectric. greed symbols too Call t: cokmirr Cuss tn.i or
Back in 1937 following
immediately GeneratorServiceAlternatorsStarters o f:' 373-5572 (M10T-76P) HEIOAOING COMPONENTmVINIOtr
the Mrs. "
depression years, ,., will type your dissertation, thesis, '''u''''"
Eleanor Roosevelt and a select # \ WEEK manuscripts, reports. fast and accurate.' -SELL-TIIADE REPAIR

group of a dozen nationally pro- I -Generators- -\ experienced 377-6613 (M-5T-76P)

minent people formed a voluntary .O ) Ready to Work have good wood and I 466.3340 'CA"O''' i
national committee for Foreign CarService "" 43 t tool to build what you please Cus OIT'Wa'erb.d
art frames, finishing,
painting '."AU' IICXW"M..CUN DEALER
& :
appreciation to create an art program -,0 .y()J cheap, Dana 466-3666 after 6 pm (M- o.N/. '
that would give the public a "t rF e (\ 3T-76)

well-needed moral lift It was the Ph. 378-4011 A PASSPORT APPLICATIONS or RESUME
committee's decision select the ia beo. PICTURES over night. service Mondaythru
world's most famous paintingsfrom 508 N.W. 8th Ave. Pr JULY 20-26 (m-5t-Thursday 75-p) RO-MO 3767657

the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, I 27.l8JUL'69Forml8RABBITS
and 20th centuries the best GRE PREPARATION Coursen 1614 N.W.13h ST.
I Gainesville 18 hrs., $35; course
paintings of Matisse, Van Gogh, SPECIAL repeatable free Call ((305)) 654 7466.
Gainsborough, Picasso, Gauguin, I (M.I4T.69-P)

Titian, etc., and to reproduce
them in full color as perfectly as -THIS WEEK ONLY- NEED

humanly possible and make them Your 8-track HORSEBACK RIDING I DAY SERVICE

available to the public at a price ROCMN"M" RANCH 1 DAY SERVICEFRANCHISED

within the reach of everyone. car' tape player $12.95cleaned WEEKS Also Horses horses rented for by sole.the. 591-Hr. DEALER

& lubricated. 1347; 20 mi. So of ALL ACCESSORIES

DOCTORSBehind TOOFAIR Gainesville on new 441 CALL 377-BIKE

For some unknown reason, Sound City In front of Shoppe One IS FAIR.DANDRUFF ( --- -"- tcoupotQ "" '
after a quantity of these beautiful .
reproductions were made, the entire 1251 NW 4th Ave. 377-8913 FREE ELECTRONIC ENGINE ANALYSIS

project was abandoned and WITH TUNE-UP
this collection of perfect reproductions // 10 percent OFF plugs, pts. cond.

was stored in a Brooklyn COMING FEB.15 HAS A WEEK ii !!! & labor thru Feb.70
warehouse, where they remained LL 1952 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-5247
undisturbed since 1937. I SO DOES

The lost collection was "redis II Sinned With Pally... 1111 I

covered" and leading lithographers EARWAX.SANINAPS. ,

the and art critics agree that Where Will II End? /MPOffTEP
subject matter and quality of

incredibly detail and color reproduction Is WHY DOES A CERTAIN REVOLUTIONARY GROUP HAVE A PARTYING
accurate. Over $500
000.00 had
been spent to make

These authentic orginal 1937 COUNTRY MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEARED?
prints are literally collector's WHY HAS THE STAR OF THIS MOVIE BEEN FORCED .


at the$7.00 American Appraisers Assoc. WHY HAS THE PRODUCER OF THIS FILM FELT MON FRI. 9:00-6:00: : SAT. 10:00-2:00: : '
each print. Once they ?
there will be no 1

art more'investment"available. A that truly makes excellent a What Evil Nwer IM He NsxssT GET WELL IN.-

fabulous gift. Torn Was ton Slaws! SONYALYNN



Now after 38 years these full die kidnap
Hoffman i Welder
color 11" AND SHERRI.
x 14" (an. size) prints t

are finally available to the public '' : .; Hi Pro Products t .
at $19.95 for a collection of 18 Natural Vitamins, Minerals

prints!, Send cash, check or money LOUER Herbs, Dairy Products

order to: U.S. Surplus, Dept. Books Cosmetics
X35 P. 0. Box 60S Tarzana,
Calif. Blrkendock Sat dot* .
Fully GUARAN- s1c ll 1 7 Wed Ave.
TEED. Certificate of authenticity T t est tJerQ 44 Gainesville.University Florida Phone 37i Downtown
liven Wft
with each set.Master Charge 377-3013

and BankAmericard OK (give 233 W. Univ:Ave. .wr......_._ t ,"' .. ... ...,r1.ar1.rlRRrRr..4vis
card number). MMM/r


Gators seek revenge L

I against LSU Saturday..

1 By ANDY COHEN in overtime over Vanderbilt and the other in double overtime
t Alligator Sports Writer against Miss. State.
j But Lotz believes in taking each game one at a time and he
definitely remembers his team's defeat in Baton
1 John Lotz has often referred to his team's early season 92-
) Louisiana "We had a rough time of it down there,"Lotz said. "I hopeour
91 heartbreaking defeat at Baton Rouge against
players haven't forgotten about it. I know I haven't.
State University as "a game we should've won, a really tough
loss." "THEY HAVE a talented team and I'm sure they'll give us all
This Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. in Alligator Alley the we can handle.
LSU is led by pre-season all-Southeastern Conference pick
Gator basketball team will get a chance to smell that sweet
Glenn Hansen. Though the talented senior forward got off to
aroma of revenge as they challenge that same LSU starting
a slow start this season, he has currently raised his scoring
five. average to 18.4 which is tops on his team.
TilE CONDITIONS this are quite a bit
surrounding game Mike Darnell and Randy Herring closely follow Hansen in
different from the earlier confrontation.At .
the scoring categories.
that time, not much was known about either squad as :
LOTZ AND his two assistants spent most of this week on i
'\ the conference schedule was just beginning. the road recruiting but after returning, the Gator coach .
But the Bengals have floundered a bit since then as they'vemanaged { f
couldn't help but once again bring up the Miss. State victory.
win three conference though their last
to only games
"You have to give credit to all our people for hanging in
\ loss was a one point thriller to Kentucky. tough when they had to, "Lotz'said. "Chip Williams had one
TilE GATORS, on the other hand, have been coming on "
of his best defensive performances in recent weeks.
revived Chip Williams along with a cast of such
strong as a
The LSU will give the Gators an opportunity to
game go
players as Gene Shy, Mike Ledermen and Norman Caldwell
over the .500 mark in conference play this year as their record
y have led the Orange and Blue to two straight triumphs. One
now stands at 5-5 and 9-11 overall.

, SHY IS leading the Gators in scoring as he's pumped in
16.7 points an outing, followed closely by sophomore Norman 9 KY

back Caldwell averaging 13 points a game. Caldwell is the SEC's

King second Bostic. leading free throw shooter behind counterpart Don

"People always come out to see us play teams like Alabamaand

Kentucky. "Lotz said. ,"I hope they'll support us right photo by George kochonicc Ir.
now when wej-eally need it."
enthrone The Gators' will spend Sunday preparing for Monday GUARD BRUNO footer

night's Alligator Alley battle with Georgia. ,see's second best

ATLANTA (UPI) The reinstatement of Tennessee

freshman star Bernard King has added a whole new The "" ""
deminsion to Saturday's regionally televised basketballclash O [ "Nr YTO

between the 18th-ranked Vols and seventh-ranked Florida Alligator / SP( ) < I S

Alabama. \ S \ / .\ I V-X
,February 7. 1975 +-*
King the Southeastern Conference scoring leader ((27.9
PPG)and No. 2 rebounder. was suspended Monday when
one of his junior high school grades was challenged and
the Vols lost at Auburn because he wasn't in the lineup.
But the 6-foot-6 Brooklyn native was returned to the Philly track classic highlights

Vols' lineup Wednesday and great enhanced Tennessee's
chances for beating the league-leading Crimson Tide.

Without King, the Vols, two games behind Alabamaand
fifth-ranked Kentucky in the SECt figured to be diverse weekend for
knocked out of the league race. runners

"We're going to have a tough time holding our own on
the boards unless King is playing," said Tennessee coach
Ray Mears before he got his star back. by RICK ADELMAN Philadelphia Track Classic. UF assistant coach Roy mile and I expected Dennis to
Kentucky and Alabama are both 9-1 in SEC play and Alligator Sports Writer The race of the evening Benson expects a lot of be number one."
both 16-2 overall. The Auburn Tigers ((13-4)) are one game could turn out to be the mile conference teams to show up Benson is hoping that

behind with an 8-2 league mark and Tennessee ((13-4)) is Jimmy Carnes knows that if reley as Beaufort Brown. because the 'SEC championships !sophomore Kenny Prevatt can

currently in fourth place at 7-3. you want to be the best, you Horace Tuitt. Noel Gray, and will be staged in the take up some of the slack in
Kentucky, which beat Alabama and Tennessee at home have to run against the best. Mitch Goings face the same building. that event.

but still has to play both on the road (Feb. 15 at Tennesseeand That's why the Gator nation's top ranked foursome "IT'S AN ideal opportunityto "I'm hoping that he can

Feb. 22 at Alabama), should take over the SEC lead headmaster is sending from Seton Hall. run on the track that the continue his tremendous
Saturday if Tennessee beats Alabama since the Wildcatswill representatives to three Last weekend at the, SEC's will be run on," Benson progress." said Benson.

be hosting the Georgia Bulldogs ((6-10)). different meets this weekend, Millrose Games. Seton Hall said. "Everytime he's run, he's
A Tennessee victory also could move Auburn into a all of them tough.TONIGHT whipped the Gators and relay "We're taking people who done better time wise."
second-place tie with Alabama since the Tigers are favoredfor IN the City of coach Dave Adkins said his we expect will be in the Other Gator entries include

their Saturday visit to Mississippi. Brotherly love, eight Gators boys are anxiously awaitingthe conference meet. We know 440 .man Bob Rambo miler
will participate in the rematch. the track is fast and I'm Par Wallin. sprinter Willie
"SETON HALL is on the times." Wilder,
expecting fast and pole vaulter Paul
top of the fence waiting to get Steve Gomez and Tom[ Krctcshmer
Did golfer Andy Bean knocked off. said Adkins. Doerr who will compete in

"All my four guys say that the 1000 and 600'yard runs,
they can beat them. The only respectively "are both
team that can go with them is real well"
running accordingto
shaft from USGA? us" Benson.
get Brown and Tuitt will also "GOMEZ WAS terrible at

run in the 440 and 600 yard the CYO meet but since then

runs respectively.Slated he's' von three straight." said
"/ think Aiuly Bean PAT McGRATII for the hurdles is Benson. "I've discovered that

should/ have bc'c"i chosen Hesley Bostic while freshman Steve needs one lousy race

for the Walker/ Cup Mike Sharpe competes in theN before he gets going" Benson
OPINIONBishop's ) dash.
yard laughed
team. He's worthy of
But the coach turned
being a member of that two week layoff will return to
serious when he discussed theinjuries
words old in thiscountry
But I'm notbelracIrin' only grand game action in the two mile run and
group. suffered of his
partially reflect the sentiment tabbed the by two
There's "ten best Frank Betts will be in the mile
no niilers. Dennis
key two
of UF golf followers. amateur players in 'I the
use crying over spilt Everybody feels that Bean countr)" for the bi-annual run. Skelton' and Kevin Holzwart.

milk. You can't change desened a berth on the matches., Andy) Bean despite Saturday. everyone. except "Skelton is having, a bad
the decisionQ4.voi) / / :United States Walker Cup his MjiWislre'ilfly' "Supertarhr Betts will travel to Louisville t'm' $? getting' over .some,
that will face the and Will l1u''SJt1. in 'hii hip and he I
doj*'#? "aPandti squad play since the last Walker join teammates xbai't y q
can British in Scotland on May Cup in August 1973. was Freeman and Steve Ott for might even miss the StC's-
;' prove that your better. 2829. named first alternate to the the Mason-Dixon Games., said Benson. .

UF Coif( Coach Butter TWO WEEKS ago. the squad. While the remainder of the "AND.HOLZWART has a

Bishop. United States Golf Gator team ,will be in Baton stress fracture a bone in his -
Association that august body I Rouge for- the L.S.U. Initatinnal. loot. I was counting on Kevin STEVEGOMEZ

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you THE:: UF WOMEN'S BASKETBALL team goes against the much better than we were doing in Tallahassee" said Welch.
University of South Florida Saturday in Alligator Alky at 10 adding! that a few !strategy changes on her part should help
am assure ajXJator ,\ '. s *
., victory Saturday.)
I The Lady Gators have a 9.2 record and are Coming off the?\1'- ;iJ iwr ** ...
: sonic love : ; number two defeat \vfhich came from ,Florida State University

Wednesday night 5347. THE UF WOMEN'S SWIMMING team faces Florida
"We should \\jn.but to do so we'll have to hit and rebound State University Saturday in Florida Pool at 2 p.m.
Coming off an overwhelming 98.33 loss to the University ot
t Miami last Saturday the Lady Gators' spirits are not dampened

\ I Basketball TixGator I .
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a '11I i iV certainly aren't disheartened." said Lady Gator coach Sue
I ticket manager 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at gate Halfacre.
Hardee McAlhaney would 13. Halfacre said that she didn't anticipate any major problems
II like to remind all full-time against FSU, and noted that the Gators have already defeated
UF students to pick-up Students not able to FSU 81-50 this se';.'on. Halfacre said that she thought
tickets today for both the pickup tickets early may FSU might close the point gap against UF "But we're ,
LSU and Georgia games purchase them begining at definitely going to win this one."
Tickets tor the 2 o'clock 12:30: Saturday, or 6 p,m. e.e
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: W: will, be on sale today\ students tickets are 75 !season opener Friday, this time against 'the University of
between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. cents, spouse tickets $1.00 South Florida at 2 p.m.
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will also be available todayas first-come, tirst'!serve weather.
'\"' : well :its; Monday between basis.! Whiddon said that !she expected South Florida to have a
., < solid team but warned "Our team is definitely tcady.Basketball .
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(fro;" page 14) naments laii; !summer. DAYS SISTER MOON"and
Right while Bean and
"riTi'not quite as hot as, I many others were HURRY FOR GREAT SAVINGS "FRIENDS"sat.

was before but I'm still around the
very gallavanting .FURNltUREDISCOUNT .
disappointed. You know country competing nearly ..feb. 8. BROWARD BASEMENT 8 p.m.

i when you play well for two every week. LAND 25c with Broward-Rawllngj CARD
35c with other CARD
and shooting for area
years your
one goal as I was for the William Campell The is 51-year-another 1201 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. 50c without an activity CARD
interesting case.
Walker Cup, and then five or 1 J -
old veteran (sentiment on the ........-
j guys who you know you committee perhaps) from
are better than end
Huntingdon W. Va. made
the It's real
making team. a
the semi-finals in the
letdown. Bean remarked.
Amateur in '73 and the
"my record speaks for itself NU-WAY DISCOUNT
last For these OPEN
quarters year.
and haven't
they given
any blazing finishes he was namedto 378-
good reasons as to why I Iwasn't
the squad. Never mind the
selected." 7DAYS 1620 W. UNIV. AVE.
fact that he didn't even come
Bean's record since the 73 64O1
close in any other big tournaments
Walker Cup includes victoriesin
like the Eastern or A WEEK
the Falstaff Invitational, .
Southern for instance.BY
I' the GAC Intercollegiate. the
FAR the most
i Eastern Amateur and the astonishing selection was D

j Dixie Amateur. Additionally Dick Siderowf of Westport, a SPECS
he placed !second in the Conn. Siderowf won the '73

Southern and Southeastern British Amateur several
Amateurs, the Dixie Intercollegiate
months PRIOR to the Walker
1 and the Houston competitions. Since then
All-American. He has also

been on the NCAA All- acclaimed Siderowfs him biggest as a surprising headlines 3.20 Value' S U P E I IZES 8.75 Price T FABERGE'Lotion

4 America team each of the second round loser in the '74 7 Oz.

1' past two years. Finally, and British Amateur. His best Our 2.98 Value REg. 1.59 +
in the minds of the nab
uppermost finish in last
came years ;
raii Deod.
!selection committee one'srecord Our Price
North and South Amateur
.. 1.95
in USGA events
when he reached the
..0 Bean has played in the last finals., Other than that, quite 1.89 Reg. 6.00

two U.S. Open cham frankly, Siderowf has played
pionships, making the cut in miserably. Our Price
the latter at Winged Foot in
c'', New York last June. With the Theri is no logical ex 3OO.CLAIROL
However, :
? exception of Gary Koch, not planation. .
r one other player named to the Alabama's Jerry Pate, the 7 Oz. 11 Oz. 14 Oz.
Walker squad can claim the
champ who will be travelingto
distinction of
the last two Opens.IN Scotland in May, broughtup SOFT & DRY REVLON FLEXShampoo

EXPLAINING the a very interesting point. Herbal Essence
!selections, Frank Hannigan "You know they (the twin pack
USGA) don't go by just the
assistant director of the
record," he pointed out.; "A 2.80 1.89FLAIR NEWBubble
USGA, spoke for the committee '
saying, "The selectionswere players attitude and sportsmanship I Value 2.00s"e .

made on the basis of the on the course come 1.39 1701' Both,

subjective opinions of the into it too." ..

fifteen men on the subcommittee IIMM. THERE have been POWDER

for the Walker whisperings to the effect that

Cup. The USGA tries to field the USGA feels Bean has a PENS Body SplashAll

the ten best players in the "bad attitude" on the golf RUBBE.RFLIPFLOPS

country for the competitionand course. It is no secret that Discounted
each committeeman tries their lordship frowns ,upon
his honest best to make the such blasphemies as club '
right choices." pounding and naughty 20C ,All

Each may have "tried his language. (Bean is innocentof
honest best" but the plain neither but really, who is). This week

As truth is that Bean's record But Hannigan categoricallydenied only "THONGS"Reg.
since the '73 Walker Cup the rumors saying that

clearly over-shadows those of this, "had no bearing on the

live other selectees. !selection." ,29CWEAREVER Sale 20%

John Grace was named to Was Bean snubbed by the
the team on the basis of his USGA? Was politics in-

!second place finish in last solved? PolaroidFoster
years U.S. Amateur. Period. 79$ .69CKODAK
Prior to that showing Graces Nobody knows for sure. BLACK .
One thing is certain however.
record,aside from a victory in ,
(the Michigan GA closed A'idy Bean clearly deserves to BALL POINT Grants
be a member of the 1975
invitational was a mystery.In .
United States Walker Cup Avante
fact Grace himself was a
team. But, as Bishop stated,
m>'stery. Few had even heardof Sale FILM PROCESSINGSilk
him. you can't change the decision. & Ski
You can only go out and
"THAT PERFORMANCEis prove your superiority.Don't .13C Borderless-Low Prices GlassesVFasteS
exactly why he's on the
Walker Cup."said Hannigan. be surprised if Andy -

"Remember John only Bean does a lot of proving Service In Town

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Having seen an abundance of overly tense Someone told us that a recent study of Americans
people lately, because of midterms or money showed that if given the opportunity between more 'S/ooooo/ wwww. .
problems or the humidity or whatever, page three leisure time or more work, most Americans would
has chosen to take a look at the fine art of choose work. Well, we surely can't prove that, but Back home in San Antonio we take things kind of
relaxation. we found a few people who enjoy relaxing and slow. Our stopwatches are made of paper and have
here is what they had to say. pictures of the four seasons printed on them; our
A dogs chase cars by rolling over, and when Rip van
Winkle came to town he was chased,out for beingtoo
much of an activist. Hell my own mother spent so
much of her pregnancy in a rocking chair that I was
born seasick.

Tony Amade.

H ut..two.h ree...

.four..RELAX, !
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"I like to play chess. You have to think about it
and it takes your mind off of everything else.
Right now, I'm spending lots,of time working on
a book. It's gonna be about the trial. Kinds just a
complete story about what would make people
change from volunteering to go to Vietnam to

Take the Flagship fishingWhen being vehemently, against it." Scott Camil

Coordinator for the Vietnam
I want to relax I usually do one or all of the During the past three years, I have spent most of Veterans Against the War
following: my free time trying to shape up ten acres of groundon
1. Toss football with my son;Wes., which our house' Is located. We have several ..it' -
2. Talk with my wife, Ann, about the day horses and are 'Involved in trying to develop
3. Fish with Ann and Wes pasture land as well as landscaping around the
4. Hunt with Wes house. THE SECRET/ / /

5. Go on to the next offical function for instance, This, along with a good size vegetable garden,
there are three between 6:30: and 9:30: tonight. has taken almost all my spare' time, and is
something I enjoy 'doing very much. Also we fish
UP President Robert Q. Marston occasionally on the West Coast.

Doug Dickey
Head Football Coach

Truth In advertisingRelax


?Well, ya know how I advertise how all my
beverages are tested and proven? Well, when I
want to relax that's when I start testing my
beverages. i
Usually I hang around with a bunch of friends
and watch some sports event on' T.V. I'll open up,a
bottle of wine, pass it around and wait for com-
ments. If everyone seems to like it..I'll open up'
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another one. '
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Strawberry yoga ? : M"S i S

.':Are you kidding? I don't know when I've had One of the most relaxed persons around these
any time to relax lately," said Dale Stratford, parts has to be Capt Shellie Downs of the Alachua'
president of UF's Career Service Employees County Sheriff's Dept. Downs who also hosts, a
We put It In I We put it in I Federation. weekly show on,WGVL, dropped by the other day
"Actually, I like spending time in the coun- and told us.hew, he takes, it easy.
"Lots of swimming and fishing. I got my own try.. walking.! ,, ,Anywhere I can get away from "Usually I do my farmwork I've'got.cows and
swimming: pool. Usually I go home and watch the cities is nice. I like to garden, too." pigs. And then, I have to admit that I'm also an avid
T.V. Dale called back up |lust a few minutes after she ,!model) airplane fan. But,_ I get most of rriy relaxatcm, ",
And I like to cook those steaks. And any time my told us the above things.. from flying and scuba,diving;,Oh yoh. .I'm' single,
friends like to drop by that's good too. Make ,sure hAnd yoga too." she said. "I 1 don't know how I so' that turns,me, loose too. '
you put, that in there." could forget that. That's, one of the_most important "Really, the secret of relaxation is just don't get
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photography by acey harperThe

Yes friends,

Great Pyramid of Giza/ ,or the Cheops Pryamid/ ,
now you too was erected by King Knufu about 4,000 years ago. It
covers ?J3 acres and measures 1,000 yards around its

'" can discover base. It is 40 stories high and contains over 2,500,000
limestone and granite blocks weighing anywherefrom
two to 70 tons apiece. It was constructed so that
the secrets each .side faced the four cardinal points of thecompass.

Its altitude is one-millionth the mean
of the universe distance from the earth to the sun.

There is enough stone in the Great Pyramid to build

in your a wall ten feet high and one foot thick all/ the way
around France. Napoleon Bonaparte was the first to

spare time. knows.Sy observe. this. Why it has-not yet been done no one

Laslow claims that a small pyramid he bought

from a New York manufacturer keeps his razor blades
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out pot.Jililucas Pyramid, Bovis placed a dead cat in a corresponding Having once been a soldier, Drbal rememberedsome
says her Pyramid Energy Generator (PEG) position in his model. After a few days it was of the pranks he and his comrades used to playon
makes stale vegetables fresh, puts': sparkle into cheap mummified. No rot, no smell. He continued his experiments each other. One of these was to swipe a buddy'srazor
wines and gives a special "tingly feeling" to the rings with other matter that usually decays blades and leave them on a windowsill over-
and necklaces she places on the PEG every night. rapidly, juicy stuff like calves brain. All brought the night where light from the moon would strike them. In
Byington Sims says he has communicated with same results. Bovis concluded that something about the morning, the razor blades would be mysteriouslydull
"some kind of
extraterrestrial powers" while the shape of the pyramid, he wasn't sure what, and show no signs of tampering.
Inside his
meditating pyramid tent. prevented decay and caused dehydration.Next brbal had always wondered why the moon had
Sound a bit far-fetched? Well maybe, but to the to hit on the pyramid scene was a been able to do this and thought,his pyramid might
above Gainesville residents, members of a growing Czechoslovakian radio engineer named Karl Drbal. have similar powers. Placing a used razor blade
microcult of Americans, pyramids possess special He read Bovis' reports and concluded!! that there is a within a ,six Inch high model of the Great Pyramid,
powers powers that were best understood by "definite relation between the shape of the space oriented true north, Drbal found that the edges of the
whomever built the Great Pyramid of Giza, the sacred inside the pyramid,'and the physical, chemical and blade recovered their sharpness after having been
Seventh Wonder of the World. biological Inside that "
processes going on space. Still ..
What's that you say? The Egypitans built the sounds pretty muddled, doesn't it? But Drbal carried
pyramids? Rubbish. Idle rumor from blind historians. Bovis' experiments a few steps further. (See page ?11))
Everyone who is really into pyramids and their powers
will tell you that space travellers from some distant : Valentine
galaxy built the structures thousands of years ago to I
use as beacons in their 'wanderings. They brain- Classifieds

washed a couple of pharaohs, spent a few cen- "
turies as job site foremen, then split for better places. 1t 1yh J $25 '
Simple as falling off the Sphinx. But, we'll explain all
that as we go along. DANCE
The current pyramid cult in the U.S. and Canada
spins off the theory of a Frenchman named Bovis who ,CONTEST
visited Giza back in the '30s.M. Bovis was standing on
top of the pyramid when he noticed a pile of dead
animals, mostly cats and small rodents, that had been r
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examined the animals and found them to be
mummified-dehydrated despite the humidity inside t '
the chambers.

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to believe that the mere shape of the pyramid might ,
have been responsible for the embalming, made a $1.25 '
model of the Great Pyramid and oriented it to the true mBBD'
north, just like the original. Since the King's chamberwas .1
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story by Jackie harder flavored sportswear"trot.around the ring, waving and that night. Each girl goes through the entire show justIn .
smiling at all the good folks in the television case she makes it to the'finals.
audience. We moved the elephants, 'course, before the girls
photography by John moran Don't it remind you of them horses at,the Shriner's made it jnto the dressing rooms. But you can still
Circus, all/ moving' around .in., step? ? smell 'em when the breeze shifts. :

This modeltn' show? Well, it ain't; much different "faster, girls, faster,"calls/ Gene, one of the ABCTVcrew And then there's George -'George Hamilton, of
from other show have out here at Busch taping the pageant for a Wide World Special. course, the host of this show. He looks good in khaki
Gardens.any The difference we I can see is that these !is Gene's nasal voice is well ,known to the girls, who shirt and pants. Just ask any of the girls. He sings to
girls Instead of only represent member modeling agencies from 21 states. them and they all get to give him a hug. -

'ladies and elephants. welcome to the Modeling Directing the girls like true ringmasters, Gene, Tom '1 was so depressed," says Carmen Gause, a 17-
Association of gentlemen Model, Pageant 75111" The and that bodyless Voice, have been rehearsing with y'ear-old model from Miami. "He rode with us on the

voice booms America the the Voice with no the girls for a week. bus last night. All he could talk about was his little ...
body. through It's been hectic and they're ,all/ tired. But the girls baby. Didn't know he was married,did you?" "

Down the side aisle of Busch's Stanleyville Amphitheater move faster, t their rolled/ hair bouncing curlers off the Barbara McNair, the show's hostess, is a singer,
and up the blue and tinsel stage, 35 floor, hitched up pant legs tangling in feet. actress, and 'the first black woman! to make the


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fr.iLithr otherwise nobody would win.
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Carmen explains,watching the girls perform on stage.
.. k.'t. "Every one of us has a different look.. Every one of
: us. .didn't you notice? One's sophisticated, one's
pretty, one's petite, one's gorgeous. No one's the
"Applause, applause, applause," booms the bored
Filling Station.When Voice.
"Curls Is the in-look now," she continues, "so

everyone's A burst of going blunders to have on curls stage.tonight.George' mock- Lights.............tam era./.......

it's time to refill, drop by Dan's>Dan,doesn't sell staggers, "Where, is this, Schenectady?" "
gasoline, but he does'carry owide variety'ot, beveragesthat "Yes,George,"assures the Voice. "We get off here '"he e were rumors of girls having bellboys in the
taste even better than gasoline -and and change. let's try it again! everyone.' roomsthe first night," Donna says with a grin. Ira:-
At Don's, there's ,never a shortage "Some-of the girls are breaking down," she con- hush-hush "I heardthey sent one girl home becauseshe ,
fides. 'They're not used to a tight.schedule. Some of was too heavy set."
the girls just do a few assignments here and there. /1'/1// be damned. .
They were chosen at the New York convention and of Dressing room is right behind this theater. It's got a
BUSCH N.R.,BOTTLES (SIX1.39) (CASE)5.49 course they're going to come. green tarp over it and big ol' rings cemented in the .
"Models are supposed to project a great deal of floor. Can't miss it.
PABST 12,OZ.CANS (SIX. ) 1.39(CASE)5.49 personality, and sort of act," Carmen says. "I 1 love "Be careful," Donna warns. 'There's roaches and
..c. modeling." ants and those kinds of things back there. There. was.
OLD MIL. 12 OZ.CANS (SIX) 1.39(CASE)5.49 HOW can they pick the winner? Look at 'em. Theyall lizard the other day."
walk the same, all turn the same. all move the Elephant tent, makeshift vanities, pineedgedmirrors
N.R. BOTTLES same. I'm glad it ain't up to me. clamped to tables.
TUBORG (SIX) 1.87 .(CASE) 7.02
''Ther 's 'no time for relaxation,",according to 17- Smell of animal shit, hot.
Dan's Beverages year-old Donna.Milcarek from Las Vegas. 'They're Overhead bare light bulbs
doing fittings and makeup all the time. It's hectic. Chaos. ("Does anybody have any belts? chains, ?
703 W. UNIV. 373-O851 'They gave us'the.bathing suits they wanted us to Anything to keep my pants from falling down?"
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you gotta be yourself." No flair, just a pretty face and a nice figure, nothing
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them silver spray painting the set minutes before the well. ("Isn't she wonderful Isn't she beautiful?")
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twirling, smiling, perspiration beaded on, foreheadsand I had fun, but I didn't care for it. There's always the
upper lips, legs quivering with the strain of West Coast, but I haven't thought about it."
keeping still. The amphitheater/ is empty and a special crew
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left inside for 24 hours.. In fact, now get this, he found POWERSDelicious
that he could shave with one Gillette Blue Blade for as ,
many as 200 times. wines, cheeses,
Being no slouch Drbal) convinced the Czech breads& fruits
government of his! findings and issueS Czech patent Happy Hour Friday 4-7 pm TOWING SERVICE
number 91304 for "Cheops Pyramid Razor BladeS
Luncheon .
11:30-2pm .
arpeners.licensee for the United States is t 2300 NW 6 St.
Drbal's Max Toth of with oil & filter chanrgeU24
Toth Pyramid Co In New York City. Toth Pyramids are I 377-9890
made of cardboard and according to Toth, are also e $ E 4th St 378-0532
good for dehydrating flowers, and mummifying eggs. .
They, cost $3.50, and 'Toth claims to have sold more
,:than a quarter of a million of the things.But .
the real whiz kid( of the pyramid set is Patrick G. uu '
Flanagan, a 30-year old"'California inventor who in
1972 published a pamphlet entitled 'The Pyramid and \
It's Relationship to Biocosmic Energy." Among other
things,Flanagan, who manufactures a line of pyramidtents
claims the structures heighten sexual sensitivityand
provide ideal environments for transcendental
meditation, bio-feedback and yoga.
Among Flanagan's customers is Glorida Swanson,
who 'sleeps with a small pyramid beneath her bed
because she says it makes "every cell in my body
tingle." Actor James Coburn, after he meditates
inside his pyramid tent, puts his cat and kittens over a
nest of tiny pyramids, on the theory ,hot the kittens 1
"may grow in a unique way."
In addition to this an Italian milk company has
started putting its milk inside pyramid shaped cartons.
They have discovered the milk keeps indefinitely -\ INN '-..
without refrigeration >- it sours a bit but doesn't t
curdle.. And, a French firm has recently patented a lr
,ovramidal container for yogurt.
Flanagan first, came to fame ten years ago when
life ,Magazine", in a, special article on "The Take- ,
Over Generation", named him one of the 100 most _,LLiI) j .
Important young people ,in the United States.
Now, Flanagan says he may have found the ancient ., h
secret of prolonging life, through what he calls
'biocosmic energy/
"Death comes about as a result of decay," he says /',,
i in his most recent book. "History is full of phenomena /
which may have been caused by 'biocosmic energy.'
Examples are the Egyptian mummies: the Biblical Ark 1
of the Convenant and the story of Methusalah who 4'ff
lived.to the age of 900.
"Biocosmic energy is, the very essence of the life :
force itself. This energy has been know to exist until
now,but no one has been able to isolate it. The Great N Li
Pyramid of Giza 1 1s a last revealed to the world for it's
true purpose, a very powerful source of biocosmic
,energy. The word pyramid itself reveals it's most
hidden secret. Pyramid means literally "fire in the i

Flanagan says this 'fire In the middle' is the 'long 1
sought biocosmic energy,and claims the Russians
have been Investigating this type of energy for sometime
"They call it bioplasmic or psychotronic energy," he
said. .
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In the book "Psychic Discoveries Behind the ,Iron
Curtain"the phenomenom of Kirlean photograpy was
discussed., Brielfly, this is a means of photographingthe
energy surrounding'objects by exposing them have toenergy TheIns t n tHof Shce 'Readhen You A re. .
sensitive film: Kirlean photographs
shown that all natural objects possess an "aura" that

can be pictured with proper exposure to film. SAD a UThLfl
Similar photographs of pyramids have producedsigns
of energy auras with'beams or ''beacons'that,
seem to protrude,'from the apex. Flanagan has his
own explanation.. AO.
'The' by the
Pyramid of Giza generates energy
simple fact that you have five corners.,We have the
four base are in
corners and an apex. These corners
effect a*type of energy radiator. The radiation from ,,)
the molecules or atoms of matter in the pyramid
combine by the angles of the corners into a beam
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