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[II' Cheating trials halted ,


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By STUART EMMRICII dieted with Marston's claims of running an "open ad rd
Alligator Staff WriterA ministration" he replied "We're going to find th it out whenwe s p
appear before the judge."
preliminary injunction issued in a Gainesville circuit The Honor Court has been operating under a Board of .
court Friday has temporarily halted all UF Honor Court Regents policy mandating the secrecy of students' records and
hearings dealing with alleged widespread cheating. on Co liegeof prohibiting the release of the names of the students chargedand
Business Administration fall exams. convicted of Honor Court offenses.
The injunction was issued by Circuit Judge R.A. Green and Press and public have been excluded from all hearings
was requested jointly by The Alligator and the Gainesville Sun. concerning the present cheating investigation which Honor
An identical petition was also filed by Judy Collins, a UF Court officials have predicted will probably involye 200
law student. business students.
Bill Cassel, another law student and a prosecutor in the THE INJUNCTION WAS REQUESTED on the legal \
Honor Court, helped Collins do the legal research and file her grounds that the secret hearings violated Florida's Govern ..
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petition. ment in the Sunshine Law. ,.
'Cassel said Collin's name was the only one on the petition The law states "All meetings of, any board or com
because of "tactical reasons" but refused further comment. mission. .at which official acts are to be taken are declaredto
ALTHOUGH HE IS a prosecutor in the Honor Court, be public meetings open to the public at all times."
Cassel emphasized that he has not been working on any part Attorney Larry Turner, who argued the case for the X43 ,
"of the cheating investigation. petitioners pointed out Friday the Honor Court is an advisory
Judge Green will hear arguments Tuesday afternoon on board to the UF president and an opinion by Atty. Gen. _
whether a permanent injunction should be issued. prohibitingall Robert Shevin stated that all such advisory boards are coveredby
future closed' Honor Court hearings. the Sunshine Law. '
Summons were delivered by the Alachua County Sheriffs The petition requests that all action concerning the
Department Friday afternoon to UF President Robert Q. cheating investigation be declared null and void if the judge "
Marston, Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris, Vice decides that the hearings were held violation of the Sun
Chancellor Vicki Jay, Atty. Gen Paul Marmish and Chief shine Law. photo by eric estrln ,

Defense. Counsel Byron Petersen. But Turner said there was a possibility that all past actions MARSTON GETS SUMMONS
The summons order them to appear before Green done in secret by the Honor Court might be overturned by
, Tuesday.Marston: the judge. hearing set for Tuesday .
after receiving the summons, said the next step "I don't really know, but actions of one or two years ago I
; was to "get the University lawyer to read this and advise; me
. ,what to do." ,. (See 'Injunction' page four) Marsfonfa/ks/
ASKED IF THE SECRET Honor Court hearings con-

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UF President Robert Q. Marston is testifying,today before
the Florida House of Representatives education committee ,
z< hearings in Tallahassee.The .
r education committee, composed of-several committees,
is conducting "an evaluation of all facets of education,"
according to Gainesville's Board of Regents member Jack
1,1 McGriff.

I'I'I AMONG THE TOPICS of the hearings is the authority of
the regents in granting tuition increases.
State Rep. Sidney Martin, D-Hawthorne, has filed a bill
I that would prevent further tuition increases without
I Y"a legislative approval. .
I The regents submitted a tuition increase last year which
became law when the spring session of the Florida Legislaturefailed
to act on it.
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.'W( STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Steve Merryday filed suit
.against the regents but lost.
The statute in question reads "the legislature must approve
$ alter amend or change" the schedule of fees submitted
by the regents, Merryday said. .
OUTSIDE HONOR COURT photo by hip hires HOWEVER, seventh district Circuit Court Judge EL.
Eastmoore interpreted the statute to mean that a failure of
.deputy issues summons to Honor: Court Chancellor Harris
the legislature to disapprove a tuition hike is the same as an

I. Freshman drowns in sinkhole approval.Martin's bill provides that upon failure of the legislature to .:
act on a fee increase current tuition rates are retained. J
Regent McGriff said "If he (Martin) wants to put in a j
By JOE MORAN escaping from the spring he was able to reach a house nearbyand tuition bill, that's fine but there should be some sort of \'
Alligator Staff Writer call the sheriffs department shortly after 2 p.m., ac-' fallback position." .-
cording to Proctor.BRASOVAN McGriff was concerned that if anticipated funds from a I
Charles Barone. a UF freshman from North Miami, COULD NOT BE REACHED for comment. tuition increase were eliminated by the legislature's disapproval 'f
drowned Saturday in a diving accident at the "Blue Sink," a Proctor said divers not trained in proper techniques of or'failure to act, there is no provision to cover revenue .
spring 14 miles northwest of Ocala, according to Marion diving in deep water may use as much as ten times more air
loss.McGRIFF
County Sheriffs Corporal C.R. Proctor. than expected, causing a rapid depletion of air supplies. SAID he favored: a clearer definition of regents
Proctor said Barone's body was recovered from the 264-foot When a diver is faced with such a situation, Proctor said, he authority."As .
sinkhole at 8:30: p.m. by a diving expert from Orlando. may panic and attempt to surface quickly, causing the much as possible we need to get clear-cut lines as to
THE SIIERIFF'S OFFICE was notified of Barone's "bends." who does what" he said.
disappearance by Louis Brasovan another UF freshman who THE"BLUE SINK," the deepest sink in Florida, is used by State University System Chancellor Robert B. Mautz will
was diving with Barone, according to Proctor. the U.S.: Navy for deep diving training. Proctor said. also be appearing before the committee today.
_,Proctor said Brasovan told investigating officers he and Although Mautz could not be reached for comment,
Investigation of the accident is continuing, according to
Barone started diving around noon and.ran out of air while in. McGriff said Mautz would be presenting the budget to "bring
Proctor, to determine the exact cause of Barone's death.
the spring. them (the committee) up to date" on Florida's nine state j
Although Brasovan was suO"efingfrom the "bends" after Proctor said the investigation may completed: today. universities.

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Congressional group


[Nixon-a 'lonely man'FORMER


asks Ford to cut aidforCambod'ia


SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (UPI) -
Richarc M. Nixon, six months from a : Vietnam'
shattered presidency and with transition
funds cut off, was described Sunday by a ,

confidant as a "lonely, troubled man."
1t ,w 1. Rabbi Baruch Korff, who heads the

+ 1 Nixon: Justice Fund in Washinton, visited WASHINGTON (UPI) Eighty-two American assistance may perhaps prolong the
i4 with the former President at his oceanside members of Congress from both parties asked life of the incumbent South Vietnamese and

N 1y'f' 1M villa here for three days. President Ford Sunday to stop all aid to Cambodian governments, we can see no
4 "PRESIDENT Nixon is a lonely Cambodia and South Vietnam. humanitarian or national interest that

troubled man who faces staggering! legal This is no time to start "an acrimonious justifies the cost of this assistance to our
fees and hospital bills that he cannot national debate" on Indochina: they said, nor countty," the lawmakers said.

kfi p afford," Korff told a newfc conference at is it a time for a new confrontation between Neither keeping up nor cutting off aid to
the San Clemente Inn. Congress and Ford when other matters are that area will bring peace by itself, they
y' The Justice Fund has undertaken the more pressing. argued.

t r.'xf' 1 I' responsibility of paying between $400.000 FORD, IN an interview with the Chicago "Another prolonged disagreement over
and $500,000 in legal fees for Nixon. Tribune Saturday, said he would be willing to events in Vietnam and our policy there may
Korff said he discussed Watergate with pledge an end to Indochina aid in three yearsif well lead to acrimonious accusations over who
the former President and Nixon told him. Congress would support the countries of the 'lost Indochina," the letter said.

"I should not have allowed a climate to area fully in the interim.
reverberate that would ever lead to aWaterj.tate The legislators 74 Democrats and 8 Senate signers were Democrats Clark,

." 0 Republicans, belong to members of Congressfor James Abaurezk and George S. McGovern of
KORFF ALSO quoted Nixon as saying, Peace Through Law. Headed by Sen. Dick South Dakota, Alan Cranston and John V.
"It was wrong of me-and because of it I Clark, D-lowa. They work together on issuesof Tunney of California, Philip A.. Hart of
left office-I could not continue to"subjectthis foreign aid and defense policy. Michigan, Floyd Haskell of Colorado,
nation to a state of bedlam. They told Ford in a letter they are willing to William D. Hathaway of Main, Adlai E.
Transition funds for Nixon ended at start "a dialogue on the means of phasing out Stevenson of Illinois, Harrison Williams Jr. of

PRESIDENT'NIXON> midnight Saturday, cutting back the staff United States support" in Cambodia and New Jersey, and Hubert H. Humphrey of
and ending the communications equipment South Vietnam. Minnesota along I with Republican Sen.
troubled
a man provided former residents. "WHILE CONTINUING high levels ofI Mark O. Hatfield of Oregon.


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I Demos near unveiling own planWASHINGTON /capsule Wire Editor




(UPI) Congressional Democrats are' Reuss is on a special energy task force chaired by Rep. Jim

almost ready unveil their own energy program including a Wright, D-Tex. He is also chairman of the House Bankingand !
proposal for discouraging gasoline consumption without Currency Committee and a member of the Joint Population projectionsrevised

raising its price, Rep. Henry S. Reuss said Sunday. / Economic Committee.
'THE MILWAUKEE Wis. Democrat said the task force
downwardWASHINGTON
plan is "in the final stages! of development." He would not say
exactly what the proposal would finally include, but added
IRA restores ceasefirefor that the hallmark of a successful! energy program "is that the (UPI!) Population projections for the
American worker deserves and (gets)the gas he needs to get to year 2000 have been revised downward 2 to 4 per cent because
and from work" and make essential errands without paying young women expect to have fewer children,. the Census

Britain IrelandDUBLIN higher prices.He Bureau reported Sunday.The .
suggested a high tax on high.powered autos as one way census now estimates U.S. population wiil range from
to discourage gasoline consumption.Reuss a low of.245.1 million to a high of 287 million at the turn of
(UPI) The outlawed Irish Republican Army said the Ford administration's energy proposals hurt the century. Last yea' the projections placed the extremes
announced Sunday night it will restore a cease-fire in Britain the working man and would increase unemployment by from 250.1 million to 300 million.

and Northern Ireland effective from 6 p.m. Monday.In forcing closure of energy dependent industries. Fhe current population is estimated: at 213 million.Dr. .
a brief announcement, the IRA said in view of REGARDING the economy as a whole, Reuss said the Campbell Gibson chief of census population estimatesand
discussions which had taken place between its political envoys outlook ahead will brighten "because we in the Congress have projections, said the trend has been moving steadily
and British officials an effective arrangement had been seen what a hash the administration has made of our downward since the late 10\
reached to ensure that there would be no breakdown of a new economics and we are now determined .to stop being polite The census said the new projections resulted from a slight
truce. and go out there and see what needs to be done. increase in the average life span, continued steady im
The announcement restores the Christmas truce the IRA "This means job programs! lower i interest rates, get a' migration and a lower birth rate.
terminated Jan. 16 after 25 days and came after continuous handle on inflation and do something with the international Young women questioned by the census! surveyers dropped
secret talks between British officials and envoys of Sinn Fein, dollar.. their estimates of the number of children they expect to have,
the IRA'a legal political organization. Reuss was interviewed on ABC's "Issues and Answers. the census said.

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200 copiesfor By RENA EPSTEIN According to Steve Weiner, chairman of UF's Accent '75,

only $3.95 ; Alligator Staff Writer delay.Ziegler's agent called Friday and asked UF ,to accept the

or 1000' copiesfor Controversy over the scheduled appearance of Ronald "WE WERE GIVEN a choice of,dates beginning the lastweek
Ziegler, former President"Richard M. Nixon's press secretary, in March and running through April Weiner said:
$9.95. may.come to an abrupt halt. However, he said UF now has the option to accept the new
Without giving any reason, Ziegler has asked for a delay in date or cancel Ziegler's appearance because he failed to keep
Same day service, on most orders. his lecture tour, which would have started this month. He was his part of the contract with UF.
Copies as low as 1 1', scheduled to visit UF Feb. 20. Weiner
on sai4 UF is in "good shape" unlike other schools
1632 W. University Ave. n which cancelled Ziegler's appearance but are required by
In the Renaissance Fair 372-7436 contract to pay him anyway.
Weiner said he will meet with presidents of the UF student .
V body and senate to decide whether to accept a rescheduleddate.

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WEINER .IS ALSO ASKING for student input into the
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"We're asking students to mail; us their opinions," he said.
According to Weiner, Accent 75 is a service organizationand

A STEAL FROM IHDIA it is up to the students to decide whether or not to bring
Ziegler to UF.


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,Alligator Staff Writer _

A Gainesville Police Department (GPD) patrolman was
injured and nearly killed in a Shootout which left his attacker
Al / dead early Saturday morning according to GPD spokesmanDick

,Gerard.
? .:.; Officer Donald Dennis was in "satisfactory" condition,
r R according to a University Hospital spokesman, after being
shot in the abdomen and leg.
After Dennis was hit, his attacker pointed a pistol at his
\ : head and pulled the trigger, Gerard said. The pistol was
: either empty or misfired, according to Gerard.,
i 6895t GERARD SAID THE NAME of the man wljp was killed is
t rIly not being released pending notification of his family:
Dennis and Officer E.T. Shelley spotted what appeared to
ry.f be an assault and abduction in progress, Gerard said at
'% ea)
r about 3:25: a.m., after they had signed off duty.
Gerard said the officers approached a car containing two
"Ipn men and a woman and identified themselves as police officers.
Gerard said one of the men "just came out of the car
lu.. ll t .,. shooting," firing three rounds before officers could return

fire.DURING
THE ENSUING gunplay, Dennis and the

There's a great casual look in this creamy white'blouse'made gunman were shot.
of carefree crepe. Imported for you from India,this free and After the assailant pointed his gun'at Dennis' head and the
easy style has lots of open weave at the neck and a bodice with pistol failed to fire he collapsed and was taken to Alachua
plenty of pleats and tucks. The'elasticized waistband and cuffs General Hospital where he died, Gerard said.
pull it all together for a just right look anytime anywhere.: The other man fled from the scene during the exchange of
SIZES: S. M L fire, Gerard said, and was found "a couple of hours later"-at
photo by rick rosen his home.
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UNDER INTERROGATION, the man corroborated the
The Smuggler r' Hair raising accounts of the two officers and said he tried to intervene in

his friend's attempt to steal the woman's purse, Gerard said.
P.O.Box 1211 Dept.C4 According to Gerard, no charges had been filed against the
So. Lake Tahoe CA 95705 While some people sprawled lazily' in the sun man as of Saturday afternoon because it appears he had no
Enclosed find PIUS SI.00 postage & hldg. for a others-like this hairy dancer-responded to the part in the attempted robbery or shooting.

Sue ,Send Blouse'5 for Sorry, NO/ C.O.O.'s) vibrations of Atlanta Rhythm Section's concert Gerard said the shooting has not had any effect on the
C complete catalog ((1 1
Satisfaction Guaranteed Saturday. Dogs, tots and beer-guzzling students all morale of the other GPD officers.
Calif res. add 6% tax
gathered on the Union north lawn for the free "It's something we all accept," Gerard said. "We try not to
concert. think about it."



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said all the reception centers were exceeding their limits, but
By MIKE HORN closed the prisons to new inmates last September.The
detention he does-not expect the prison to quit accepting new inmates.
Alligator Staff WriterA increase is primarily affecting local jails and
facilities which were already overcrowded and feeding their The Lake Butler reception center population last Fridaywas ;
skyrocketing increase in Florida's prison population that overflows to city jails for holding. 1,182, only 20 inmates short of the 1.203 population
forced a freeze on new inmates last September has again The Alachua County Adult Detention Center, built for 100 which forced it to shut down last September.
.reached critical capacity, according to figures released by the persons, now houses 107 inmates awaiting transfer, the O.J. Keller, secretary of the. Department of Health and
Florida Division of Corrections. prisons,according to Lt.Jim Dyksterhouse of the center; .Rehabilitative Services, said he will outline some emergency
Florida's prison facilities had a total population of 11,531as recommendations for the governor this week.
of Feb. 1, and there was a backlog of 761 in county jails "WE ARE REACHING a critical point," "
awaiting transfer to state facilities. Dyksterhouse said. "Some of our minor offenders have "We are going to find room somewhere, he said. "We are
THERE WERE 11,521 in state facilities and 518 in county already been transferred to the Gainesville City Jail.) going to do everything we can to keep from shutting down the
jails when Division of Corrections Director Louie Wainwright Sidney Fortner, superintendent ..of.. Florida state prisons, prisons.

Injunction1!
(from ) THREE CHEATING SENTENCES were handed down by to another student and the third student tried was given and E
page one the Honor Court Friday before the injunction was issued. in Statistics 320 and three penalty hours.
All three students pleaded guilty to cheating charges and Chancellor Harris presided over one case and Vice
HONOR COURT OFFICIALS have argued that openingup received E'sin their classes and penalty hours from the Honor Chancellor Jay sat in the other two.
the hearings would harm the function of the Honor Court Court..
and its effectiveness. One student received an E in Marketing 331, Accounting Sixty charges have now been filed against UF students,
Petersen who heads up a staff of 65 defenders, has said he 301, and Business Administration 300. He was also given six allegedly involved in organized cheating last fall according to
opposed the opening of the hearings because it would destroythe penalty hours. Paul Marmish, who said he still expected to charge 200
"rphAhilitative function of the Honor Court." An E.in Marketing 331 and three penalty hours was givenIi' students. .


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MLLOOMIhG: HOME HUNTERSWe C Quartet performsThe


INC: BAND E\lERV: : WEEK: : can help you find a home,
apartment, mobile home,or Cleveland Quartet a string ensemble will be per
roorrfmal. the ea'y way! forming in Gainesville Feb. 12 for Pro Arte Musica's second

This week MONTREAL SOFTWARE OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE concert of the 1975 season.
The quartet has given tours all over. the world, .and has.

fit ALL TH-E: EER: : OR WiNE: JOEL\ ,," R. BRIDGES. II received A children's a Grammy program nomination.will be given at 4 p.m. followed, by a
REALTOR .0.> SW 4th Ave.
377-6700 classical program at 8:30 p.m. Both concerts will be given in

YOU CARE: TO DRINK Open 7 Days 1117:00.: the Tickets Health can Center be purchased auditorium.at Strictly Folk Rebel' Discountand .. .

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TV Channels,and 9 FM and 4 AM
stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY .
SPEAKERS BUREAU Applications for the Florida Blue

Jacksonville Gainesville I TELEVISION CABLE CITY CO. INC Key Speakers Bureau are available on the third floor of the J.
Corntr of Pork ft King 1430 S.W. 13 Street I 522 N.'MAIN ST. Wayne Reitz Union. Interviews will be held through Wed
nesday. For further information call 3777912.
ARTS AND SCIENCES PHOTO CONTEST: Entries must
deal with any aspect of the college itself or with college life.
There are two divisionsblack-and-white, and color. First prizeis
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information call 392-2154.
"WANT TO SCORE?": The spring water polo season is
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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION: sponsored by Student
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FLORIDA PLAYERS: will meet today at 4:45: p.m. in H.P.
Constans Theatre. For further information call 3921390.
FUTURE FARMERS: will meet tonight at 8 p.m. in Me- .
S"S Carty Hall room 1031. For further information call 392-
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:' : J .;S cvt w # HIKING CLUB: will meet tonight at 8 p,m. in Florida Gym
room 22.; For further information call 3775329. Plans for
S, Suwannee River and Smokey Mountain Hikes will be
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5c\ is HAMS: The Amateur Radio Club will meet tonight at 7:30 in
Reed Lab.
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW by Florida
Players will be presented tonight through Friday at 8 p.m. in
,S 4S K. E S a r av the H.P. Constans'Theatre. Admission is free for students; $2
for the general public.
MAKE SOME CHANGES: The Advisory Board of Disabled
Students will: meet at 7 this evening in the J. Wayne Reitz
Union room 118.
EAG MEETING: with speaker Dr. Frank Maturo will be
held tonight: at 7:30: in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 347.
For further information call 3921635.
'aa"a WILDLIFE SOCIETY: ,will hold a meeting Tuesday at 7
p.m. in McCarty Hall, room 1151. Speaker will be Dr. Wayne
Marion UF wildlife professor.
TESTIMONY The weekly testimony meeting of the
Christian Science College Organization will be held Thursdayat
7 p.m. on the third floor of the J.Wayne Reitz Union room
362. For further information call 373-6022.
YOUNG DEMOCRATS: will hold their convention planning
L meeting Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at the Regency Oaks Apt. G-
232. For further information call 373-8007.

Rgf( tt STUDENT AGRICULTURE COUNCIL will meet Tuesday
55 A$ 5 afternoon at 4:30 in McCarty Hall room 1041.
BOARD OF COLLEGE COUNCILS: wjll meet Tuesday at
7:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 1041.
SPELUNKERS: The Florida Speleological Society will meet
Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Little Hall room 215. For further in-
S'S S i formation call 378-6144.
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Gov. Reubin Askew and Sen. Richard vironmental considerations manpower
Stone will address a conference on Florida urban waste disposal and energy allocations. Valentine's Day.
Food Production Feb. 11 and 12 at the J. Askew will make the keynote address of the
Wayne Reitz Union. conference at 3:30 p.m. Feb. 11. Stone ,will ;;. 'IJ
The conference 'Entitled Agriculture address more than 500 guests at a banquet 'I,', ","
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Growth Wan Urban Age, is'being hosted by p.m. on .
the UF Institute of Food and Agriculture Dr. Kenneth R. Tefertiller. vice presidentfor ,
Sciences ((1FAS). agricultural affairs at UFo said ,Florida I.t
THE CONFERENCE is designed to help agriculture must continue to grow not only to ,: t"
solve problems facing the state's agricultural assure adequate food supplies but to continueto : .
industry and also offer 10-year projections for bolster the state's economy. f '. ,
26 agricultural commodities produced in ;1
Florida. Tefertiller said the key, to the, further
Emphasis will center on increasing success of Florida agriculture is increased
technology to aid productivity and ways productivity. These increases (rely on '" ,- ,
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taxation water resource management, en. he said.
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STUART EMMRICH under which the Honor Court should operate. \
Alligator Staff Writer The Honor Court currently follows the t .
Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure but $5
> some critics have suggested that using administrative
1 The UF Honor Court is currently coming rules might be fairer. Well how about your Mom?
under the close scrutiny of a judicial student -ADMINISTRATIVE RULES are more ,
faculty task force which was appointed by informal and do not rely so heavily on legal -- - -- - -- rj ---- - ;
Student Body President Steve Merryday last technicalities
quarter., The task force is also looking at the honor j L ll am enclosing $5.50 per quarter for_quarters :

The task force headed by law professor code trying to find out if students really abide the \
mail subscription to Independent Florida :
Michael Gordon has been looking into the by it.. or if it should be discarded. : : .
honor code and how effective its enforcementhas Craig Mitchell assistant attorney general I Alligator 1j \
been. who is also representing the Honor Court on
Task force members have set a March 1 the task force told the members at their j [ l II| am enclosing $20 for 1 year's subscription. '1 1 1I
deadline for their the honor
report on system. meeting last Monday that he thinks the honor \
They plan to start considering draft proposalsat code does work because "50 percent of I t tI
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a meeting this afternoon. .cheating cases are reported by students." I
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public will be held in the President's BoardRoom force include the reasons for students II
in Tigert Hall at 4:30. cheating and what kind of enforcement there STATE 71P II
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By GARY BALANOFF "We're ready to go as soon as possible"
Alligator Staff Writer Ben Stevens United Faculty of Florida state
academic affairs chairman, said Sunday.
"The longer we wait the more rushed
The Public Employees Relations Com- negotiations would be."
mission is scheduled to decide by Friday THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION of
where and when the opening of formal University Professors (AAUP-Fla.) and four
hearings on faculty collective bargaining will faculty associations representing various tom: i
be according to commission legal counsel schools at UF also submitted suggestions for
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Curtis Mack. the hearings."It .
Faculty unions and associations interestedin would be a disaster if all parties didn't rye
intervening in collective bargaining were proceed in a prudent way," Dr. Ron Car
required to make written proposals of penter vice chairman AAUP-Fla. said.
suggestions concerning the date formal The legal motion came-as a response to a
hearings should begin by last Friday. Board of Regents letter which stated
THEY WERE ALSO REQUESTED to chairpersons were part of management and
include where they thought the hearings were not allowed to participate in union
should be and in what order issues should be activities.
discussed. Mack said nothing will probably be done The latest arrivals in our growing spring collection
Most of the faculty groups have indicated "until long after this decision" referring to are these 31-2 cork wedges from
they would like to 'see as many hearings as the decision on the time and place of formal Boutique Marco.
possible in Gainesville. commission hearings. Also just J" 'IS a selection of color-coordinated

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rees recommended for rec career services IBy


DEBBIE IBERT graduating students. The cost, paid for by student activitiy The committee agreed and passed recommendation for the
Alligator Staff Writer fees would be$1 for 50 copies per student. construction of six new four-wall courts, costing $50,000 at
Snell Field near the law center. Also approved were two
The Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee(ASFAC) THE COMMITTEE ALSO DECIDED on budget requests squash courts which would cost $11,000 to build.
has recommended six heard from the intramurals and the UF Chambering
that new racquetball courts, two squash department Another $1,100 recommended for intramurals would add
courts, and five different improvements in the Career, rs. .
V""' 1'\ ,on-off,switches to the present automatic lighting system oncampus
Planning and Placement Center be funded with student 'Intramurals Chairman Dr. Paul Varnes said the "100 per fields and courts.
activity fees. cent increase in students playing racquetball" in the past 10 The committee decided to refer a request from the UF
The cost of the recommended proposals585,986wouldcome years had created a "serious problem in the competition for Chamber Singers for $2,900 over to Student Senate Budgetand
out'of the $175,000 surplus left over from the budget of using courts." Financing Committee.
the last fiscal year. .
THE COMMITTEE, COMPOSED OF seven students, INSIDE INFORMATION .
advises the Student Senate on the allocation of activity fee

funds which come from the $2.27 per credit hour in student (EDITOR'S NOTE Inside Information b a weekly feature In lift, as one no longer has the pallor of a shut-in.
fees every student pays in tuition. The Independent Florida Alligator, providing readers with For one with an excessively oily skin, the type prone to
The student senate must still approve the recommended authoritative Information on all aspects of personal health develop acne, the drying effect and light peeling is helpful
proposals before funding will be allocated.IN and policies of the Student Health Service. Bring your but carefully controlled exposure is necessary.
A MEETING THURSDAY, the committee recom- questions to room 305 Reitz Union or the lobby of the Student Also,the conjunctiva of the eyes is especially sensitive to the
mended funding for five Career Planning and Placement Health Service. For further Information please contact the lamp rays. Eye lids are too thin to be protective except for a
Center proposals: Health Education Office at the Student Health Service Room very brief exposure, and so care must be taken to protect,the
Provide graduating students with a computer program 237))
that will match their qualifications to the potential employersin eyes.What
Is the best treatment for a blister?
their field. The cost to students would be $10,000 to cover
the hiring of a systems analyst for one year, and $500 for How safe are sunlamps? Can using one repeatedly cause Usually blisters are best left alone and kept clean, dry and
covered. The fluid inside is a good culture medium for
clerical and office expenses damage to the em or skin?
Purchase seven student-employer interview cubicles at a bacteria and should not be contaminated. No cover availableis
cost of $6,000. The portable partition-desk components Sun lamps quite; distinct from heat lamps, are usually as protective as skin.If .
would: provide more privacy inn interviews and may attract composed of quartz crystals. These crystals are made to a blister needs .to be opened for whatever reason.i.e.,
more employers to UF, center director Maurice Mayberry vibrate thus sending out photons or rays of energy of short location, performance, etc. then under clean conditions the
said. wave length and great frequency which are chemically active.In top layer of skin should be removed and an antibiotic oint
Microfilm student qualifications placement records and light spectrum they appear at and just beyond the purple ment applied.
references for storage for 30 years to be retrieved or violet zone. They are cousins to the dreaded X rays and The best cover we have found is called "moleskin" and is
students alumni. The available ,commercially. Moleskin is quite useful in
reproduced by or equipment would cost gamma rays.Frequently, .
. $5,419. repeated sun lamp radiation is damaging. It prevention of blister formation.
Reproduce student qualification records to be used for apes the skin, causing drying, thinning and abnormal blood How do cancer cells behave differently from normal cells?
job interviews and sent by the Center to prospective em vessel formation. These changes( are of a precancerous Normal cells grow for a purpose-to form the body or to
ployers not interviewing: on campus. The proposal would cost nature. repair worn or damaged tissue. Cancer cells grow for no
$963.48 annually and serve present students and alumni. In defense, the skin pigment cells produce a tan and the reason. They displace or destroy normal cells, and if unchecked -
Use a printing process to reproduce resumes for chemical reaction is a healthy glow. Psychologically this is a spread to other parts of the body.


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Housing rent.


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Rent hikes for UF housing, like, the ones now

being considered by Tigert Hall, are getting to be S'S

something of an annual affair. } r.

Dorm rent has increased every year for the last
three years. The overall increase for dorms and e. r 4 #

married housing is 47 per cent for the .past three i

years.
UF Housing Director James Hennessey says the

way things look now, rent will have to ,be in- 2

creased. Housing, because it is an "auxiliary

service," has no income other than rent.

So last week the Board of Regents authorized a

rent hike at the discretion of the UF ad-

ministration.The .

r question is, even without a dramatic changein

economic conditions, are there places costs can

r be cut as an alternative to raising dorm and

married housing rent?

Before a decision is made on the rent increases,

a public hearing should be held to get input from How to make it in business I

student tenants. Vice President for Student

Affairs Art Sandeen has indicated such a hearingwill I,
be held. Max always had been a low down, barrel bottom, trash can, .
dirty dealing cheat, from the time he crawled out of his r )
Faced with rent hike student tenants should TONY ARNADE
a mother two months after her abortion. He was the only baby .
examine what services, if they were given a choice, \In the hospital to cut his own umbilical cord, and he did it
they would do without to keep rent at the current with his teeth. SATIRE
level. AS A KID he double-crossed, back-stabbed, and crotch. ,

Student Government Consumer Affairs kicked his way up through the educational system. He gave

Secretary Dan Lobeck presents figures which book reports on books that never existed, he wrote essays first on us. It took,an hour to dig our way out and I guess they
and outlined them afterwards. In fact, by using a lead pencil
must have had some sticky questions on them because whenwe
suggest well over .$100,000 could be saved by Max scribbled so many test answers on the top of his desk it
home attached all like
got they were over us sandspurs or
eliminating linen service in the dorms. was later donated to a munitions factory and recycled into something."

Laundering of sheets and towels costs students bullets. "Four. lies. You doing great son. What did you do after
$11.25 a quarter, about the amount of the But sixteen years of education had polished Max up quite a that?"
bit and he figured the job interview would run smoothly.
,proposed increase for a non-air-conditioned dorm "The right,just and ethical thing to do. I threw them away
"And you think you have the qualifications to work with
before moral standards. But week
they
corrupted high a
room. corporation and fight it out in the world of big business?" my
Based just on our own experience in the dorms, the executive asked through his cigar. later I sold my trash can to some non-brothers and I guess
there were still a few of those around at the
exams laying
it seems there are a substantial number of students "YES, I'VE.had. four straight, well four solid years of bottom because the administration
next thing you. know the
who supply and wash their own linen, and thus are education at the University Florida. accused me of selling exams."
"You didn't take of those
sociology psychology or
any any
paying for a service they don't use. other homosexual-type courses did you.. "FIVE LIES. You just might make it. What did you do
Of course, even if linen service is a practical after that?"
"Oh no sir. It was business all the way through. I got
place to cut costs, it might just run into oppositionfrom my language requirement by taking statistics I can even "Well a couple of GPA freaks got down on us and they
accused of
me raising the in all the business classes and
the administration, since it is an in-house speak a little COBOL (computer language). In fact I even curve
making things those who had
rough on to compete against
operation whose elimination might cost some joined a fraternity. such ,
a high curve.
"And how did in this ?"
you get fraternity ,
career service jobs. That, we don't think, is.. a "I lied." Max replied. "So what did you do?"

good enough reason not to cut linen service to "YOU LIED, that's a good sign there son. You might "I sold them the test and they shut up."
avoid a rent increase. make it in business after all. Tell me.can you speak Arabic?" "Did the administration believe your story?"
Another budget area that deserves scrutiny is "Yes, sir." "Well some of them doubted the dumpster part. I mean I
"Two lies in one minute. That IS a good sign." guess it seems kind of odd for a fraternity boy to be
the number of Resident Advisors. But RA's
are, is GPA, if it scrounging around when
"And what your as matters. dumpsters we always said we were
after all, students, and we don't like the idea of "It's a perfect four-o sir." too good for a lot of the buildings on campus. After all, a pairof
cutting students from the payroll. "Three liesl I You are gonna make it son..' $40 socks just doesn't mix with a bundle of trash. But I got

Then again, we wonder whether an RA on every "No, it was a perfect four.-o.: I read all the exams the night away with it."
floor is really necessary. Dorm dwellers whould before the tests. I even managed to gain a monopoly on test "WELL,anyone who can lie, cheat, steal, and get away
sales, so I also made a lot of money on the deal." with it is bound to be a success in business. You're hired boy
examine whether they want to pay for .an RA "AND WHAT clever strategy did you use to acquire these and one last word of advice if you want to be able to com
service they don't need or use. Along the same exams?" municate with your associates.

line, we wonder if the Housing bureacracy isn't a "I found them in the dumpsters. They were stuffed full of "What's that? Never tell them the truth?"

bit feather-bedded, what with Hall Advisors over exams. One day I just happened to be crawling around in one "Well that's one, but you better also polish up on your
with my date and this whole pile of tests came tumbling down Arabic."
the RA's and then area supervisors and their staffsat

the next level.

And student tenants should be warned that The V
Independent David smith 1errl Wood
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Editor-in-chief
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only way the Board of Regents can legally FloridaAlligato. ..

maintain a policy of mandatory dorm residence for Clll Gmet'tcan;
freshmen is to claim these "counseling" services n* ? David Klein" Conna Brugman Brian JonesCP

rrovide a definite educational' benefit. News Editor Layout Editor Layout Editor

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: The argumentsof the exams prior to the test into the courtroom won't
Florida Alligator, date.
the solve these
problems. While If
Enrique Martinez, and Sigma Obviousely with the worldas the Honor Court\ officials"and*', _ ? 'I
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Delta Chi' fall short of their competitive as it is, the journalistic zealots fight it
of proceedings in coupled with human ,
goal open nature out on the front page and in
the cheating trials. there will always be those who the editorial columns, the '
TilE RESPONSE of the will strive for personal gain at problem of cheating will slip .
and Sigma Delta the of others.
Alligator expense on by. Having not! even made -
Chi to the secret proceedingswas BUT EVEN that is too 'it to the copy room floor, let '
predictable as Pavlov's simple. If the exams were fair, alone the back page..so x. "
dogs. The word 'secret' is that is if they were a com much for public scrutiny. w1
uttered and every journalism prehensible evaluation of the
student within miles begins to knowledge gained on the

salivate. subject. Then only security Peter W.',Jones ".. '
It's apparent that the issue measures need to be dealt ; ,!.(
here is not the fact that ."Y! ..
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with.But tnorc urna.e w nn.t AuxcAY! .
several students cheated on if one or more of the ,.; .. ':. '
exams that they had gained exams were a means of ;
access to. But that it's createda elimination in order to .
'scandal', to borrow the quickly cut down student That wasn't .J

term from the beginning of numbers or if possibly the .
Sigma Delta Chi's executive exam was unfair result of a The extra 600Half
statement. And scandals seem poor professor-student '

to be the order of the day for relationship, then the .
a truth, half a truth exactly right .. '
the local campus media. problem lies within our Half a truth onwardTo
The Alligator has enough educational system. These are the University
trouble handling the news it the areas in need of public Strode the six hundred.

determines publishable, as is. scrutiny, not that the Forward the student brigade! EDITORi I was quoted Megill. Blye and Cornwellcases

Mere courtroom reportingcan newspaper can't get Here are our cards! they said." incorrectly in the 127 are still in the courts.
not adequately cover the photographs of the accusers Into the basement of Tigert Alligator to the effect that no incidentally, AAUP did not
complexities of trial hearings.IF and the accused.Mr. Strode the six hundred. 'serious new cases involving hold that Dr. Cornwell "had

WE COULD each Martinez's spiritual "Welcome!" officials cried, violations of academic his academic freedom
personally scrutinize the message comes close when he Smiling and shifty-eyed freedom or other professional abused." AAUP's concern
entire proceedings, then refers to grades, testing "This class has multiplied! standards had occurred was directed chiefly (but not
perhaps we could react in- schemes,confidence and Someone had blundered. "since Dr. E.T. York was UF only to the facts that, the UF
tellegently and rationally. more determination. Theseare Theirs not to make amends' President." What in fact I administration took no actionto

However a reporter's problems of education. "These are the latest trends stated was that there had remedy the UF Senate
collective data is filtered However, he ends up with the (That's how the budget bends.) been no such cases since Dr. Academic Freedom & Tenure
through their mind and later, mark of Cain, moral Into the basement of Tigert York became President.OF Committee's finding (after an
further edited in the form of a positions, and adulthood Strode the six hundred. THE six major cases extensive hearing process)
news story. which don't solve the problemof with which I am familiar, one that Dr. Cornwell's depart-

What has happened is that why people cheated and Registrars to the right of them (Jones) developed initially ment had improperly applied
people have cheated on' their how it should be dealt with in Deans to left of them. when Dr. Reitz was President, UF tenure criteria, or to

exams and many were able to the future. Vice Presidents in front of them five (Lamborn, Megill, implement the Committee's
because they had access to THE mere act of getting Volleyed and thundered. Capehart, Blye and Cornwell) recommendation that the
while Dr. O'Connell administration in
was co-operate
Handled the crisis well:
President. The Lamborn and attempting to secure a line-
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Fired some personnel.Grad
resolved item for Dr. Cornwell in
Capehart cases were
students on the outs -
Defense ( with another another which
Departmentwouldn't along' potentially department
"Are we men or are we Mautz?
serious dismissal ) in due then
,
case might course,
Dean of the College, he's
during Dr. O'Connell's determine whether to
Making apologiesTo
think twice the six hundred. presidency. The Jones case recommend tenure. Other
was resolved, and preliminary issues included the vaguenessof

EDITOR In your editorial "Injustice," you overlooked a When will their glory fade? proposals for a procedure to certain UF tenure criteria
resolve the involved (since then deleted)
Blye case were ,
very important point that Mr. Weinberger made, which was They stormed the barricade -
initiated during Dr. York'spresidency and the failure of the Board of
"the U.S. could save up to $650 million," (in cutting down on Noble six hundred.
which time hear
during Regents to an appeal.
the abuse of food stamps." What though the classes swell?
also number of UF
Our Department of Defense would never think twice about What though the standards fell? a major
wasting that much to build tanks that won't work and jet On paper it looked well: Policy Manual changes were
made in to Richard H. Hiers
fighters that can't fly. An extra six hundred. response
Maurice Meshugeh recommendations from the AAUP Chapter President,
National AAUP office. The 1972-74
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EDITOR Student Housing is again involved in one of its Although the supposed goal ot. James Hennessey's
periodic rip-offs of student tenants. Supposedly due to increased organization is to provide low-cost housing for students, : On page 11 of Adams' possesses to supporthis
utility costs, it is raising all rents, including rent for keeping costs down has never been one-of its strong points. In Thursday's Alligator you (apparent) implicationthat
married student housing. addition to raising our rent, their latest brainstorm is con- report certain observations by "suicides and break-

HOUSING knows very well that tenants in married housingpay sideration of putting cable TV into Diamond Village, which Mr. Richard Adams on downs" during final
their utilities separately from their rent, and that the cost would raise all Diamond Village residents' rent another $3.50 British Universities. It is examinations in Britain

of utilities already has been raised. Thus the extra five dollars per month. regrettable that they present a exceed the number of similar
they are tacking on (the third such increase in two years) has FORTUNATELY, this latter proposal has been left to the picture distorted beyond all misfortunes in American
convenientmeans tenants' discretion, and will probably not be approved. (Most recognition.The colleges.
nothing to do with utilities costs, and is simply a
of slipping an increase past the Board of Regents. of us are here to study, not to watch TV.) .
A procedure is badly needed so that Housing in the future type of rigid 'super. Fortunately my years at the
cannot go to the Board of Regents to request rent increases vision' to which he alludes Universities of Cambridgeand
without prior notification of* tenants. Presently, tenants are passed away long ago even London have not taughtme
faced with increases as, accomplished facts, and have no at Oxford and Cambridge. I to regard British studentsas
The Independent opportunity to present opposing information to the Regents. should say that British "just cold fish." I willingly
We are generally first aware of increases through articles in students enjoy a measure of endorse Mr. Adam's remarkson
Florida AlligatorDoug the "Alligator", and by then it is too late for any effective freedom quite as great as that the friendliness of their
action. Student Government, which claims it does something, found anywhere in the world. American counterparts: but
Dial Ron Cunningham could substantiate its claim by publicizing proposed increaseswell do not feel that,'in doing so, I

Entrtoinm Editor, ,Associate! Editor. in advance of the dates upon which they will be acted by The assertion that'"there's must denigrate my corn
', """-,. :;'.. :, :"'the Regents. n'nv" ,. still'V.feeling women, have no'1 'patriots :-' even, '**wth! a
"
,George, Kochoni.c"Jr.{ :'" '. THANK YOU for tyring to keep us informed of what theY' business' in 'college" is, I am smile ." .. v::i ...

Photo Editor (the University administrators) are doing to us, rather than for glad to'say, too, absurd to ,'
merit detailed refutation.It .
Greg Form Mind! KwmanAwt. us. D.W.T. Vessey

Spom Editor N.w.Editor would be interesting to Visiting Associate Professor
R.E.Ball learn what evidence Mr. Greek and LatinTht



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E Student named to check profits of bookstore ,I

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By JANET TAYLOR compared to the campus bookstore's profits.In than four per cent by any means. .
is about
.Alligator Staff Writer the spring of 1974. Getzen said, the campus bookstore's Getzen said the bookstore's present profit margin

profit margin was around four per cent, according to one per cent.According.
Dwight Hall, 1 1UC, a UF finance and banking major will Lobeck's study. to Schiffli. UF policy is that the campus

examine the financial' records of the Campus, Shop and Lobeck said he checked with Florida Bookstore'ManagerDavid bookstore not compete with the other bookstores 'and'must.\

Bookstore today. Bauldree and found the profit margins to be between acquire just enough cash to'remaln in business.:
Hill was named by'' Student Government Secretary of 1.7 and two per cent. However Lobeck claims if they have a 1.7 per cent profit

Consumer Affairs Dan Lobeck to check the records of the TilE STUDY ALSO REPORTED that Malone's Book and margin as the other bookstores have, then they must be

bookstore following a Jan. 28 meeting with Richard Schiffli, Supply Manager Bill Zeanah said his profits were "no more making a profit.

UF business manager., .
Lobeck charged the bookstore with making excess profitsat -
that time. Robbery suspects caught in La. I ITwo I

"WE SHOOT FOR a low profit and we achieve a low .
profit," Schiffli said. He added the bookstore was operatingon Gainesville youths wanted for the robbery of the First youth was wanted by checking a national computer listing of

a profit margin of 1.7 per cent. Federal Savings and Loan of mid-Florida at Gainesville Mall wanted suspects. .
Sam Getzen, manager of the bookstore, would not allow were arrested Friday night in New Orleans, according to Under interrogation, the youth revealed the location of his
Hill to see the records until he had permission from Schiffli. Gainesville Police Department (GPD) spokesman Dick accomplice. The other youth was apprehended in a mobile

Schiffli said at the Jan. 28 meeting the records would be Gerard. home in Kenner Louisiana, Gerard said.
available for an audit. Gerard said the youths have been charged with kidnappingand

He said excess profits might be an accumulation of profit Gerard said GPD had been notified by authorities in New auto theft as well as armed robbery.The .
that the bookstore. had not counted on. Orleans that one of the youths was arrested within the city youths abducted two employes of the savings and loan

"HE KEPT INSISTING on things that I just felt weren't limits of New Orleans when his car,was stopped on a routine during the robbery and released them near Melrose.
accurate," said Lobeck of the meeting with Schiffli. check. Gerard said extradition proceedings to bring the pair backto

Lobeck did a study of the competing bookstores' profits Gerard said, the New Orleans police discovered that the Florida for prosecution have begun.id .




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Saturday, February 15 2:00p.m. ROOM


University AuditoriumU 4th FLOORJ. e E'


WAYNE REITZ
of f Students NonStudentsFREE
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MON. FEB. 10 7:00 9:30
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The Emigrants tells the story of the great.
Children under J2 SI 1.00, must be accompanied by on adult. Suggested MSB AUD. 50t
for Swedish emigration to America in the middleof
Grades K 6 specially
the 19th century, Those who set out on this
PHOTOGRAPHY DISPLAYBy great adventure were the most adventurous,
/
'- the bravest,the most dar;ng and .resourceful.Tired .
of poverty and tyrorm; social injusticeand
religious persecution in their homeland,
EVELYNE WALBORSKY they resettled in the Medwest to create a
"The new and better world. Thei cast Includes Uv
.. Night FEB10throughFEB21' Ullman and Max von Sydow.

Second Floor and wm. i THUL, FEB. 12M3 6:30:9:302ND :
Thoreau Spentin Q Arts&Crafts Display Cases FLOOR AUD. SOc:



Jail"Saturday ARTS & CRAFT SHOP


February 15 8:15: p.m.

University Auditorium MINI COURSESPATCHWORK


The program will include an

I assemblage of prtifacts. QUILTING PHOTOGRAPHY
." music, exhibits and en.
I' "
tertainment from the home A survey of technique and design I In quilting I basic Basic darkroom techniques used In developing black
U of F Students Non-Students country as well as a feastingupon patchwork,,ooplique, and rag craft ,and white film, and printing photographs Beginners
ONLY I
Free $2 SO typical Grecian food. '
This course meets in two sections on Wednesdays:
February 12. 19, 26 March 5
... Jf"I(:!I Tickets are available at the Section A meets from lOom-I pm
University Box Office This course meets February 1 18. ii March 4 Section B meets from I 1:30: pm. 4:30
(Tickets for non-students are available at the University Box Office (Constant (Constans Theatre) beginning Tuesday nIghts 7.30; : 9,30; $8.50 Students prr
Theatre). University of Florida students call 392-1653 to
may secure $7 Students $8 nonstudents .
from $10 50
10 12:30to
unpaid reservations. These reservations will be held at the University Box] February : Instructor: Virginia Solomon Non-students (Enrollment limited to 4 pupils)
(Office until 400 pin, Friday, February 14. 4:30 Monday through Call 392-2378 for more Information Instructor Jennifer Ensign
Friday. No tickets will be Call 392-2378 for more information
Registration I.S Monday. Friday in the Croft Center
Sponsored by Student Government Programs and the J. Wayne Reitz available at the door. Registration 1-5 Monday. Friday In the Croft Center
Union.


NEW PATHS FOR I SELF.DISCOVERY CREATIVE COOKERY WORKSHOP


4w A series of informal lecture-discussions. on various topics concerning
personal growth and development.
the of MATZO BALLS POTATO KOOGLE .
.oJ.' Featuring_ preparation! AND p..paredgln Plutzky
,
ENRICHING YOUR LOVE RELATIONSHIPTim I .
Russell. Ed.S., Marriage Counselor Wednesday February 12. 7:30 p.m. ,; .'*j
Wed.., February 12. 7:30 to 9:30: p.m. J. Wayne Reltx Union Bakery *
r. Lounges 122 I 123 JWRU

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Reservations.required. Call 392-1655,9.30-4.30::( : to hold a seat.
Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union and Student Mental Health Enrollment Is limited so hurry and make re..rvotionllOon.

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:20' x 15* garden plots for students Picture
ID and
full-time studet fee
located" Museum Road across card must t be shown Hiring plan evaluatedBy I
Alice .
frovTttCk $7 fee provides water, fertilizers,
Registrat oft lbtuary 15, 1-4 pm. &t mulches/ tools, stakes, etc: '
gardens forarc Jue 30 t+ieason Call 392-9519. for W'fntormation; JANET PARK particular'' job fields through
,.I", '"Alllgatdr' WrUer"' their attendance at con-
ShjctertIgfrafural Council Gardens j ferences and through the
R
L 1 printing of brochures showing
S onsored bx STUDENT AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL them in research and teaching
Dr. Harold Hanson, UF positions.
,executive vice president, and s.
LC r4orostc4c Dr. Hattie Bessent will visit MOST DEPARTMENTS
individual UF departments RESPONDED to the
@
or. beginning this week to discuss brochure development with
aspects of the departments' the' reminder that they had
approach to UF's affirmative cut their expense budgets so
action plan.Bessent far they could not afford to
an administrativeintern have brochures printed.
currently working on HANSON .Hanson said, "Somethingthat
$\Up R c sTEron9) ,UF's affirmative action plan, .,. .checks AA plan has bothered me all
said she and Hanson, UF required by'HEW. along is this emphasis on the
director for affirmative ac- INSTEAD, IIANSON written plan itself. The' im-
) tion, have evaluated af- SAID, "We are committed to portant thing is to do right."
C. firmative action checklists internally making sure Other areas covered by the
completed by department ,something is happening with checklist ensure applicant:
chairpersons. the plan." selection procedures are on
THE, EVALUATIONS of The checklist was formulated file and have been, applied ...
Qy ja )deb to the checklists will show what to directly relate to equally to all candidates', and
areas in a department's af- specific areas in UF's af- that resources in a depart-
firmative action program firmative action plan, ac- ment are allocated fairly.
need to be concentrated on. cording to Bessent.
Strengths and weaknessesof The plan'calls for data to IIANSON STRESSED
the departments' set reasonable goals for hiring THAT 'some parts of the
''- procedures for im- women and minority workers; checklist "are clearly not
-. plementation of the plan will several questions 'center on applicable for a particularunit
be discussed., No schedule has recruiting techniques. for this year."
Environmental Action Group been set up for the visits; they Bessent said, "Making For example, individual
3x12-Ita' will be on a random basis, these jobs accessible to Institute of Food and
S W. R it n V tri or> 3 or no according to Bessent. different groups of people" is Agricultural Sciences (IFAS)
The affirmative action planis the purpose of widening the units were required to file a
required by law to be field from which job can- checklist but since hiring is
developed and put into ac- didates are selected. done centrally, the sections on .
tion. A supplement to UF's "WE CAN SUGGEST recruiting and hiring do not
plan was submitted to the non-traditional methods of apply.
Department of Health, recruitment," she said. Developing brochures and
Education and Welfare She cited listing job equitable purchase of
(HEW) and is currently being openings not only jn trade resources are examples of
evaluated. journals and the Chronicle of questions not applicable this
The price of' love' is Hanson, as UF's director Higher Education, but in the year under the current budget
for affirmative action, Affirmative Action Registryas picture.
sharply reduced/ between supervises all aspects of the well. I Bessent said the visits to
plan's implementation. He Another area on the departments are not under
U p and 8AM. said he doesn't think this checklist includes demon- any deadline but were merelyto
specific checklist System of strating the presence of ,"offer suggestion for
departmental action is women and minorities in the further implementation."



UPD 'open lines 'sought I



By LINDA WISNIEWSKI interest," Chapman said. problem," Shuler said. '.
Alligator Staff WriterA "For example, one meetingwill "WE HOPE TO discover "
deal with rapes and how the possible existence of
students can prevent them, problems students may have
new committee has been he said. with the UPD, although we're '
CH formed at UF that plans'.to. The UPD Liason Com- not aware of any such
"open lines of communication mittee was formed "because a problems, except maybe with
between UPD (UniversityPolice lot of things last fall provedwe traffic and parking \iolations.
Department) and the needed greater com These (violations)' are not
: } campus community," ac- munication between UPD, necessarily of student origin,"
-- cording to its organizer, Ken the student body, and the he said. .
Chapman."The administration," Chapmansaid "We want the committee to
goal of the UPD citing the "drug in- be a positive program that
j. Jason Committee is to make vestigation" as being the will Inform students more
i students understand the basic "most prominent." about UPD," Denson said.

.. : role of UPD on campus. Mostof The committee recom-
a 9 the problems between UPD THE COMMITTEE IS mended that UPD continueits
and students result from made up of volunteer tours of UPD for student
students being misinformed," members from UPD, UF groups he said.
Chapman said.Chapman staff, and StudentQovernmentSG ,"THE COMMITTEE
plans to "openthe ( ) representatives.Some believes these tours would
lines of communication"by of the committee keep students informed about
holding open committee members are Rob Denson,. UPD," Denson said.
meetings that students can director of student judicial All names of committee
attend to offer "student' affairs and new student members will be made knownto
Dial it yourself and vou can rail anywhere in input." programs UPD police chief students so that they
Florida for no more than 20Ca minute. Its perfect torlongdistance "AFTER EACH Audie Shuler, and Mike "know who to contact if they
lovers who happen to tx> a little short MEETING we'll ask for Papantonio, honor court need help," Chapman said.
questions and comments from representative. Chapmansaid. The committee has not set
on nionev. /S\ the students," Chapman said. up a definite time or date for
e "We. want to"1tarT'cx'ptonng (: A .t total 'of'nine'people are the meetings, but.: plans are
certain areas on a working on the SG sponsored underway toholdvtts? first
general scope. It's tempting togo committee, he said. meeting next week.,
out on a tangent and start "We want the committee to The'meetings will be heldon 1+
talking about parking and be a group that students can the third floor of the J.
traffic fines but we want to come to when they want: ) Wayne Reitr Union

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t'J SALE FOR SALEStereo FOR SALE FOR, .SALE.L DKf RICHARD OPTOMETRIST STEVtNS

MOVED TO

1831 N.W. 13th St. -
ACROSS FROMGAINESVILLEHIGH 1 ::

1974 Suzuki GT 380 only 2700 miles : Tandberg 304 \Ix deck used Buffet' Nine, drawer antique green Roommate Wanted Own bedroom SCHOOL '
excellent A.1 condition call Scott at 392 but mint-$250; Empire 7500 end table formica $75 conrad guitar with case $35 furnished apartment near Mall $80 mo PHONt 372.1229
8383 asking $1000 (o.5t-74.p) spks_ 300- beautiful. N.w Atal 370 Panasonic cassette r.corder$8 373.6118 + H utlllt. Coll Les 378-5272 ((8-5T.76-P) ..
for $489, lilt It $800 Special low prices 3425 SW 2nd Ave $204 (o.51.77-p)
WELL CRAFT 16' Airslot w 140 hp Mer. YOUR OWN BEDROOM AVAILABLE.
cruiser Still under warranty, less than 25 on several Technict receivers and Keosonable: 1974 2 bedroom Mobile Village Apts $80 + % utilities. Call
hrs running. Must see Call 3783365. ((0' cassette decks, plus discount prices full on Home Patio and Awning Completelyset debbie after six p.m. 373-2944 (B-5T76- IMPORTEPPARttmc
10t7S-p) other brand name components. -. up. Brittany Estates Park Lot 174. PI>
378-9192, John 5t
warranty (a 75-p) AduttSectlon 373-2259 After 5 P.M. (A.'

...... ..... .. Queen size" bed $40 Desk $20, both In ST-76-NC) sublet I br apt, furnished all electric
*: pets accepted $145 mo. pinewood opts
<.: excellent condition. Reasonable offers
U. ; : J.; 't .l/ considered call 376-6899 call after 5 pm 1968 pontiac wagon super clean tape 4400-441 NW 39 ave phone 373-8112
uj1.tKiii 'If.\: 'A;: .: ((07 ) deck am fm radio automatic power after 3pm. (b.3t-77.p)

?\: ,. steering windows good tires luggagerock Large room In double wide for IMPORTED PARTS & ACCESSORIESFOR
.* Mtu 12 x 60/Mobile home 19692 bdr windowair 378-5934 best offer takes it (A-ST. responsible female "Prefer grad std
: ""iK{ mu: all disc 1W bath V bldg 2V* ml from 76-P) 95.00 mth /i utls 50.00 deposit. After 6 '
campus westgate' $4250 376-4789 (a'5t75 call 378-0134. (b.5t.77-p) ALL FOREIGN CARSASK
-p) 1974 KAWASAKI, 175 Enduro, Like New.
/4.'! 1 or 2 roommates wanted for Village
1800 Miles, $67500 Call 373-0265
: ANTIQUE aOTHES STUDENT DISCOUNT
SALE. Sal ft Sun Feb 8 Pork Apt. 52.25"mo + V4 utilities call ABOUT OUR
ft 9. 10 am til 8 pm. All hats, jewelry Evening or Weekends (a-5t 75-p)
Shelley' 377-7833 after 4 Keep 'SAT. 10.00-2.00 PM
p.m. PM :
9:00-6:00 :
MON FRI. : :
dresses. suits. ft accessories under $10 I .
SEAKING LIQUID LUST For solequeen trying. move In now or soon (b 5t 77 p)
532 NW 29 Ave. 377.2509. Unique Items 1012 S. MAIN ST. 372.4341
I (a-5t-75-p) size water bed Incl frame liner pod sublet opt 1'/ story I bedrm, bath heat
base ft blocks spread will set up Trey air, carpets three blocks to campus
yamaha 250 Enduro 1970 model runs 3777011 I (o5l78-p) 1824 NW. 3rd place No 3 come by and
good fcoooivx' ft new top end lob ft tune .
23 Sportster custom' seat pipes bar 8000 see ova loble now. (b 5t 77-p)
up $400.00 378-3449-Sisco (a-5t 75-p)
233W.Unlv.Ave.c. 377.3013
ml much chrome primo condition 378- Male
roommate for 2 br opt needed
..\ double mattress & box spring used one 7648 evenings$2100 will talk (o.5t.78-p) $64.50 mo + '/ utll dep $64 country GOING OUT OF
month excellent condition $7500 call
skunk desented male with shots and gardens opts 373-355111sSt-75-PI( )
7:30 376-0352) (o 2t 77 p)
: papers cage and extras 328 SW 34th St 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted tor
booRs OPEN opt 53 $60 for everything (o.5t-78-p) poolside French Quarter Apt. 56.25 + 'V BUSINESSFINAL
R 1 15 ft Fish ft Ski boat with 65hp Mercuryand utilities each. call 3739155 (b-5t-74-p)
hAS P.M.
9.30 .l trailer all In Excellent condition$990 DAYS
tw3th1tsT 2:05 AAO 78-p call morning) or evening 373.5969 (a-51.

7u5 9:35 Walk to campus No lease! Extra sharpe HURRY FOR GREAT SAVINGSFURNITURE
+r apt Ideal for students, spacious bdr, air
ft heat. low rent ((1242))Open 9am

WALT DISNEY'SSWISS FOR RENTWANT 8pm 2 bdr. $140 No lease! In quiet 377-6992 location I II

g Ideal for family or students Air, heat ft i DISCOUNT LAND
; pls.eztoo FAMILYLROBINSON many extras! ((212)) I
TO MOVE? $85 Utilities Paid No lease! Cozy opt. 1201 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. t tI
If you desire to move from your present in secluded area large clean rooms,
G location we con rent sublet It or find youa heat, carpets drapes. ft appliances
roommate Immediately' at NO COST. ((11275)) -
1.2511LL 2:30 PoM: Call today!I Open 9am.8pm 377-6992
I 2 EXCEPT SUNDAYS United Real Estate Assoc Inc. Fireplace No lease) 3 bdr, 2 baths
1 113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 (b.fr:..55-c.) with air heat den carpets pets Independent Florida Alligator
N W 13tH $11111 and r welcomeI! ((1308))
from the people who 7J..I soup ARr, 2:I 5 A:I 0 BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGEIIINow 40 acres- No (easel' Air, heat carpets,
6:00 7:50 9:35 is the time to start looking for that drapes Kids ft pets ok. Call today((258)) CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN :
Ideal home for spring or fall qtr We Open 9am-8pm 377-6992 .
gave you PETER FINCH have many listings avail for then a United Real Estate, Assoc113NE16Ave .
LlVULLMAN N small deposit can hold It for you. Call I 1
"The Jazz Slner"11I11'0' toHav 377-6992 Open 7 days 377-6992 CLASSIFICATION: r '3 g ;

THE 2 br mobile home carpet air pool in I .... II
(b-5t 76-c) for sale
Alomar Gds clubhouse tennis'gomeroom
"' \ '"''''..........wise 0..11.. '" I tg
.- .wrve.aor..w.r. -......_, ""rsa.r ABDICATIONPC basketball no pets $150. mobile home 65 x 123 br 2 bath mobile if I
_.. ._ wanted
rr+ u ru .
-----0.--- month FREE LOT RENT 373-2831 (b-51 75- home close to campus central heat t air
p) condo first months rent plus dep. Infor I
.. call 372-2931 9.5 daily (b-5t-78.p) I autos help wanted r- rt lit I

Sublet I Bdrm furnished Apt, Starting
Feb l 15 rest of F.b. rent free call Judy C, I personal I
M 392-1281 or come by 720-A SE 4 Ave lost S found

3:20.3:00: after 5 pm (b-3t-78-p) I services Q S.I rg
o
6AO.:20 10:00 WANTED I

,, HURRY MUST END SOON I DAYS TO RUN: x I
GOlD t SILVER Top prices paid for ck k..
IF YOU DONTSfOP rings, old jewelry etc' confidential cat* II day ; I
Oztle 373-3894 (c-SO-53-e) o
days
ITYOU'LL Need i or 2 pret female roomates 1 3 days 10 percent I
fireplace! Near duck pond $83.50 + 1 1.3 A days discount
utilities 15 min. from by bike
campus
,. 1 378-22521512 NW 2nd St come by (c.5t. I 5 days or more. 1
75-p) 20 percent discount
i t liberal female roommate own room In :3, I N I

: 3:3) br house furnished, close to campus$75 This form may b. used to
: : ,mo. 1835 NW 5th Ave (c.5t.75-p) I ploc" classified ads either In coI I
i roomaie womea ror trailer$75 mo. + M person or by mail The
utilities own room on 16 acres lot
no I
minimum charge I is $1.25 for
lease no deposit call paul 377-5497 after
5_ pm (c.3l.78-p) 1 four IIn.. For each additional
line add 35 cents. Multiply the n3 1

total by the number of days the '
Rest Cs.M w7:30/ I ad i. to run and subtract the I
FLORIDA BLUE KEY' discount. The 'discount I. -
09:20
I applicable only for consecutive I
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DEATH"R I on the Independent Faodda I 1

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If you've got a 2.0 average and if you've got the' 111'C odvertisin9 copy. =;= 0 I

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CLASS DIAMONDSWATCH RINGS WANTEDNow HELP WANTEDlicensed PERSONAL .

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and girls In Hendersonvllle, N.C. Writ company. Quarannted salary care Call Birthright. 377-4947 (J-24T-
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Gators whip-' LSU 92-76 ,


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ANDY COHEN "Georgia was beating Kentucky by six points at halftime,
Alligator Sports Writer so you know they have a talented group" Lotz said. "We will
once again have to play our best basketball in order to win."
John Lotz shudders every time he hears the name Jacky THE GATORS most recent win was a 92.76 triumph over
Dorsey. Louisiana State. ,
And he's got good reason to. Chip Williams could do no wrong Saturday as the Gator
DORSEY IS Georgia's freshman superstar and is currently captain grabbed down 21 rebounds, a career high and
averaging 27 points .a game for the Bulldogs. The 6-foot-7 pumped in 25 points to lead his Gators to their third con 4
leaper almost single-handedly destroyed the Gators victory secutive win.
hopes in Athens last month as he pumped in 31 points and When Williams wasn't hitting his short-range jumper,
easily controlled the boards. Bruno Caldwell was, as the sophomore guard equalled
But the Gators had six players in double figures that night. Williams' scoring total with 25 points.
and thwarted Dorsey's one man attempt as the Orange and THE ALLIGATOR ALLEY crowd of 4,480 saw the Gators
Blue were victorious by 14 points. mount a 15-point lead on five different occasions during the photo by gvorg kochonloc |fr. .-

Now, one month later, just about the time Lotz has begun game but LSU refused to fold as each time they slowly edged GLENN HANSEN,GENE SHY FOLLOW BOUNCING BALL
i to about he must his face him their back into distance.
forget Dorsey, prepare team to way striking
.Forward Hansen led all scorers with 36 points
I once again as the Gators will host Georgia tonight at 7:30: in After UP went into halftime leading 50-43, mostly due to 20
Alligator Alley."DORSEY opening-period points by Caldwell, LSU came out strong, Gene Shy and Mike Ledermen were also in double figuresfor
IS ONE of the finest players in America," Lotz narrowing the Gator lead, to two points, 50-48 with 18:00: on the Gators as they scored 14 and 13 points respectively.
| said. "And he's only a freshman. He's the type of player that the clock. Along with Williams, Shy and Caldwell, Lotz plans on
can turn a game around by himself. He has added a But Williams and Caldwell resumed their scoring show and starting guard Don Bostic and forward Jerry Moore againstthe
1 tremendous amount to Georgia's team." the Orange and Blue pulled away for the final victory margin. Bulldogs. ,
But despite his presence, the Bulldogs have found it tough THE BENGAL TIGERS' all-everything forward Glenn DORSEY'S supporting cast is filled with youth as a
| winning games recently while the Gators are currently en Hansen put on some kind of performance of his own as the talented freshman crop led by Tony Flanagan and Charley
joying, a three-game victory streak. senior standout scored 36 points. Dorsey aid the Bulldog cause.

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By LOUIS BRANCACCIO The trouble sometimes begins, Bruno said, when he thinkstoo
Alligator Sports Writer long about whether he should or should not shoot. Bruno
did not have that problem Saturday. Nine of 18 from the field
J most! of them coming from 20 feet out, and seven of eight from
Caldwell-the cat. the free throw line.
There's no need to read the name off the,back of his jerseyor The gators built up a huge lead 15 points, only to see it
remember his number. You'll know Norman "Bruno" whittled away once again-this time to two points with 16
Caldwell. UP guard, when he steps on the court. minutes left. '
HE'S THE ONE that pushes that behind the back pass to Brrno said the Gators have a tendency to let down when
his teammate or brings home two points by nailing a .20-foot they achieve a big lead.
jumper He's cunning.He "WE GET nonchalant," Bruno said.
stalks his opponent with fast feet and humming hands. But the Gators won convincingly and Bruno sees an ex-
Before the tight barely begins-it's over. cellent chance for the Gators to finish the season strongly.
Bruno's prey was another cat Saturday afternoon, the LSU "Lots of guys got their confidence," Bruno said of his
1 Bengal Tigers and when it was over he had clawed 25 points teammates.
i1 4 bringing UP to a !stirring 92.76win., Combining last week's Although Bruno had a hot hand shooting' Saturday afternoon
point production against Mississippi, Bruno is one point shy he said he still enjoys the passes he makes.
v of half a hundred. "WHEN 1 make the good pass, the crowd goes 'ooo.' WhenI
BRUNO SAID his main job is to hit' the open man on the I take the good shot, the crowd goes 'ahh.' I like the ooo's
court. But when the open man is Bruno, he takes the shot. better than the ahh's," Bruno said.
"Cpach Lotz gives me a tree hand. I have the go ahead and Caldwell and the rest of the Gators pounce on the Georgia
take it if I got it," Bruno said. Bulldogs tonight.
And Bruno had it Saturday. He said when he takes that first Caldwell. Watch him close tonight because he's sharp.
photo by kochanicc |r.
gorg 20 foot jumper and it eases through the net, it sets up a Take your eye off him and he'll tear the net apart with a
BRUNO LAYS IT UP FOR TWO positive attitude for the rest of the game. jumper quicker than a. .
.has scored 49 points in last two games "I DIDN'T think twice about it. I just shot," Bruno said. Caldwell-the cat.



I UF wrestlers now 31-0 ., await FlU I


By CHRIS GARRITY Head Coach Gary injured his knee early in his superior decision and is, that Henry Jackson,
Alligator Sports Writer Schneider took a juggled match before he got pinned in Worsowicz beat LSU's Sam defending SEC Champ at
lineup to Cajun Country the final !second of the second Allen 5-1. in the Gator's 190 who missed the LSU
minus three SEC Champions, period of his bout. biggest wins. Allen had been a meet with an ankle injury, will
The Gator wrestling team watched in disbelief as two of Schneider, who said he was ,second place. finisher in the wrestle.
I fresh off its 31st straight duel his wrestlers built up huge just happy with winning the junior, college nationals.
meet victory over Louisiana leads only to lose their meet said after the match UF will put their undefeated According to Lubell, the
State Thursday night in matches. "We had every bad break mark on the line team's leading authority on
I Baton Rouge, will try and Freshman Vic Hollowayhad possible in one match, and once again tomorrow night opponents. "FIU will be R
make it 32 Tuesday night as a 7.2 lead with 30 seconds Holloway's and Russo's against FIU, which Assistant strongest in the; 142.167
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they host Florida International left in his match before he got matches were particularly Coach Chet Sanders says hasa weight classes."
University (FIU) put on his back and lost 10.9 unfortunate.." "pretty good team." a
at Alligator Alley. on riding time. IN SLIPPING BY the THE GATORS will go witha FIU, which is comprised of
UP which had its problemswith JOE RUSSO, filling in for Fighting Tigers, UF had juggled lineup again, as junior and senior college
transfers finished 5th 'in the
pesky LSU squad went injured SEC Champion Tim'Granowitz ,,, outstanding, performancesfrom defending 118 poundchampion ,
into the final bout ">bf that. t ; was winning his Artie Haberman 126, ,. Bob Roberts will be Sunshine"Open right behind
I match behind 18.16.HEAVYWEIGHT. the Gators earlier this year,
134 Bob
,match 9-0 at 142, when he got Mike Collins rested. TIM WORSOWICZ ?
and will be1 trying to
reverse
Mark "Georgia Boy" Saville 150.; Both Granowitz who is still big win at LSU
Totten rose to the occasion for caught on his back in an 'Dan Lubell 158; and Tim bothered by a knee injury and the tables when the match
I the second straight week offensive position and pinned Worsowicz 177; who all won begins at 7:30.
pinning his foe and pullingout himself. decisions. Davis will definitely miss the
the match as he did And Jeff Davis senior 158- match, Jackson, co-captain of. the perienced and wants to beatus
against Kentucky. pounder. wrestling at 167 Saville rolled to 'a 17.3 But, one good note for UF Gators says FIU is "ex- badly"



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j" for the Gators. team, but the foursome failedto winner Horace Tuitt. and garden fresh salad.
: Alligator Sports Writer Wilder a halfback on the qualify for the NCAA's by The "Trinidad Terror's"
.' Last week at the Millrose Baby Gator football team less than a second.
of 1:11.2 almost
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:'"' Gaines in New York, Mike defeated Greg Edmonds who Swede Par Wallin took top $1.59inn
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Sharpe became the first Gatorto "is one of the best sprinters !in honor |jrl the mile rtyn} Robert Quku. a
run 60 yards in six seconds. the country" according to UF winning in 4:13.2.: while Tom runner-up
.. Now Willie Wilder has assistant coach Roy Benson. Doerr was third in the 600- winner.1972 Olympic gold medal 316 S.W. 16th Ave 3764521'ALSO

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from Haines City tiedSha.rpe's four as he captured first placein Philadelphia Track Classic but had to settle for second
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place, two a
when he won the 60- of 2:12.5. second places and one third
yard dash at the LSU In Gomez also ran the three- but the performance of the behind the nation's top-
ranked foursome from Seton
vitational.The quarters of a mile leg on the evening from the Gator pointof

victory was one of four victorious distance medley view was turned in by 600 Hall.MITCHELL GOINGS,

Tuitt, Noel Gray, and ,...,
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ms .... 3:13.3: breaking last
\ THE UF'S WOMEN'S last meeting,but then so havewe improved its record to 10-3 season's mark of 3:14.2. (

SWIMMING TEAM came particularly our divers," Saturday by defeating South Inthe440-yard dash Brownwas
back from a Miami defeat last Halfacre said, adding that she Florida 7935.A second to Seton Hall's cocsmt IQUNOI
weekend to dunk Florida was really pleased with the slow half ended with a Charley Josephs, who won in PRESENTS ,
P' State University (FSU) 68-62 performance of freshman 38-14 UF score. The second 48.7 seconds. Brown was timein RUBY WINTERS

r Saturday afternoon in Florida diver Lynn Bassett. half saw the Lady Gators 49.3. and company

Pool. "We weren't down from the surge ahead in spurts, until Mike Sharpe got second NEW I CONNECTION REBATES I
Lady Gator coach Sue Miami defeat, our main the final 44-point victory. place in the 60-yard dash as .
i' Halfacre said that FSU was a concern was sickness 'on the Leading the Lady Gators he was nipped"at the wire by MON.CON. DOOK NKZES THU1NO. LADIES NIGHT
better team than when UF team," assistant coach "Mo" with 14 points were guards Steve Riddick. Both runners ORIHKS i DOM. 5UR 7$aSnN LASSES I AIEl DRINK DRINKS FOIl 7S..MOSES....

met them in January. Hughes said. Freida Chening and Val were clocked in 6.1. TUBS NO COVM -- DOOR PRIZES
r "They (FSU) have improved THE UF WOMEN'S Bezarte. GATOR IIESLEY Bostic DRSHKS a pOM. REBS 75 c.n'. DANCI CONTEST
considerable over our BASKETBALL TEAM easily Cater" Bonnie Bohall sank tied his own school hurdle WBI( 150 CASH FOR WINNER
HEY(SINGLES NIGHT us SECOND PRIZE
13 points, and 5-11 Sue record of 7.1 set in 1973 when NO CONK -- DOOR PHIZES "MAGNUM" CHAMPAGNI :3rd!
MINKS t DOM. REEK 75 COMHAPPY PRIZE
IT.\ Chambers scored nine points he finished third behind

lIMTKAIrUJRALS and grabbed eight rebounds. North Carolina Central's HOUR
UF WOMEN'S TENNIS charley Foster and runner-up MONFRI
TEAM easily defeated South Willie Davenport. 5:00: PM.S PM ,
Men's Dormitory Bowling will begin today. Men's dorm, DRINKS 75 cents '
) Florida 9-0 Friday. Lady Marty Liquori won the mile DOM. BEER 55 cents
f Little Sisters Sorority and Co-Rec schedules may be picked up Gator Coach Sue Whiddonwas run in 3:55.8: second fastest

'.\{\' in the IM office Friday, 229 Fla. Gym, 392-0581. extremely pleased with time ever recorded indoors. 3500 SW 13th STREET 577.7neINSNI

'{ XO won Orange League Sorority Badmitton and AXO won what she saw as her women UF's Frank Betts was seventhin $ ARM

; the Blue League: championship. netters took to the court for 409.: LASS"E
:'., Today is the Headline for signing up for Men's and the first time this year. Several Gators took part in E
,. Wom n's One-on-One basketball competition. Contact the "I am impressed with the the Mason-Dixon Games
IM office, 229 Fla. Gym 3920581. depth of strength our new Saturday night but the results
c Tuesday is the deadline for signing up for Men's Independent players have given us," were not available at press
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The Independent Florida gator pi~og'sh.d by Lonipus Ccmmuncoton, Inc Go.n.tvill., Fkr.do No, officially os.oc'ot.d w~I4~ h* Univ.ru$y of Florido MONDAY FEB. 10, 1975 VOL. 67 NO.78 Cheating t By STUART EMMUICH Alligator Staff Writ., A preliminary injunction issued in a Gainesville circuit court Friday has temporarily halted all UF Honor Court hearings dealing with alleged widespread cheating on College of Business Administration tall exams. The injunction was issued by Circuit Judge RA. Green and was requested jointly by *e Alligator and the Gainesville Sun. An identical petition was also filed by Judy Collns. a UF law student, Bill Cassel, another law student and a prosecutor in the Honor Court, helped Collins do the legal research and tile her petition. Cassel said Collin's name was the only one or the petition because of tactical reasons but refused further comment. ALThOUGH liE IS a prosecutor in the Honor Court, Cassel emphasized that he has not been working on any part of the cheatinE investigation. Judge Green will hear arguments Tuesday afternoon on whether a permanent injunction should be issued prohibiting all future closed Honor Court hearings. Summons were delivered by the Alachua County Sheriffs Department Friday afternoon to UF President Robert C. Marston. Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris, Vice Chancellor Vicki Jay, Atty Gen. Paul Marnish and Chief Defense Counsel Byron Petersen. The summon% order them to appear before Green Tuesday. Marston .after receiving the summons, said the next step was to "get the University lawyer to read this and advise me what to do." ASKED IF 'TIlE SECRET Honor Court hcarinRs cciv rials halted Ilicted ~ith Marston's cIarn~ of running an open admin.straton he replied, We're going to flid t~t out when we appear hefbre the judge he Honor Court has been ijerat ing under a Board ol Regents policy mandating the secrecy ot students records and prohibiting the release ot the names of the students charged and convicted of Honor Court offenses. Prcs% and public have heen excluded from all hearings concerning the present cheating InvestigatIon which Honor Court c~friciaIs hive predicted will probabi) ,,vogve 2(U business, students. THE INJUNCTION WAS REQUESTED on the legal grounds that the wcre~ hearings violated Florida's Govern nient in the Sunshine law. The law stares 'All meetings ol any hoard or cornivission. at which official acts are lobe taken are declared to be public meetings open to the public at all times.' Attorney Larry Turner. who argued the case for the petitioners pointed out Friday the Honor Court is an advisory board to the UP president and an opinion by Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin stated that all such advisory boards arc covered by the Sunshine Law. The petition requests that all action concerning the cheating investigation be declared null and void if the judge decides that the hearings were held in violation of the Sunshine Law. But Turner said there was a possibility that all past actions done in secret by the Honor Court might be overturned by the udge. MARSTON GETS SUMMONS "I don't really know, but actions of one or two years ago (See 'Injunction.' page four) OJTSIDE 80101 COURT plo1o by chip hi,. deputy muss summonsto Honor Court Cbancell& Harris Freshman drowns in sinkhole Ujion MORAN AUgUst Staff wa. Charles Darone. a UP freshman ftom North Miami. drowned Saturday in a diving accident at the "Blue Sink." a spring 14 mIle northwest of Ocala. according to Marion County Sheriffs Corporal C.RProctor. Proctor said Barone's body was recovered from the 264foot sinkhde at 8:30 p.m. by a diving expert from Orlando. U SHERIFFS OFFICE was notified of BaronCs disappearance by Louis Brasovan. another UF freshman who was diving with Barone. according to Proctor. Proctor said Brasovmn told investigating officers he and Barone stared diving around noon and ran out of air while in the spring. Although Brasovan .as suffering from the bends' after escaping from the spring, hens able to reach a house nearby and call the sheriffs department shortly after 2 p.m. according to Proctor. 3RASOVAN COULD NOT BE REACHED for comment. Proctor said divers not trained in proper techniques of diving in deep water may use as much as ten times morE air than expected. causingarapid depletion of airsupplies. Who, a diver is faced with such a situation, Proctor said. he may panic and attempt to surface quickly, causing the bends." THE "BLUE SINK," the deepest sink in Florida. is used by the U-S. Navy for deep diving training. Proctor said. Investigation of the accident is continuing, according to Proctor. to determine the exact cause of Barone's death Proctor said the investigation niav bc tunipleted tuday. hearing set forlusadoy Mars ton talks to Iegis lators By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer UF President RobertO. Marston is testifying today before the Florida House of Representatives education committee hearings in Tallahassee. The education committee, composed of several committees. is conducting an evaluation of all facets of education.' according to Gainesville's Board of Regents member Jack Mccriff. AMONG THE TOPICS of the hearings is the authority of the regents in granting tuition increases. State Rep. Sidney Martin, D-Hawthorne. has filed a bill that would prevent further tuition Increases without legislative approval. The regents submitted a tuition increase last year which became law when the spring session of the Florida Legislature l~iled to act on it. STUDENT DODY PRESIDENT Steve Menyday filed suit against the regents, but lost. The statute in question reads, the legislature must approve, alter .amend or change. the schedule of fees submitted by the regents. Merryday said. HOWEVER, seventh district Circuit Court Judge E.L Eastmoore interpreted the statute to mean that a f.iIure of the legislature to disapprove a tuition hike is the same as an approvalMartins bill provides that upon failure of the legislature to act on a fee increase, current tuition rates an retained. Regent McGriff said. "If he (Martin) wants to put in a tuition bill, that's fine, but then should be sOme soet of t~llback position." Meflriff was concerned that If antsdpated fluids frow a tuition increase were eliminated by the legIslature's disapproval or failure to ad. there is no provision to cover 'tvemue loss. MeGRIFF SAID he favored a clearer definition of regents authority. As much as possible we need to get clew-cs lines as to ~ho does what." he said. State University System Chancellor Robert B. Mautz will also be appearing before the committee today. Although Mautz could not be reached for comment. Mccriff said Mautz would be presentingthebudget to "bring them (the committee~ up to date" on florida's nine state universities. phot by .fle .*lr.

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Ng. 2, Th. lnd.p.nd.nt Roddo Ailigetor Mondoy F.kuuu.ry '0 975 United States support' South Vietnam "WHILE CONTINUITY in Cambodia and 'IC h.Rh le~ek of group icut aid Congress ioi asks Ford tc for Cam bod WASHINCION lUll) -h members of Congress Iron~ both parties asked President Ford Sunday to stop all aid to Cambodia and South Vietnam This is no time to start an acrimonious national debate on Indoch. 'a. they said. nor is it a time tbr a new confrontation between Congress and Ford when other matters are "lore pressing. FORD, IN an interview with the Chicago Tib.jne Saturday, said he would be willing to pledge an end to Indochina aid in three years if Congress would supportthe countries of the area fully in the interim. The legislators. 74 Democrats and ~ Republicans. heloni~ to members of Congress Ibr Peace through law Headed by Sen. Dick Clark. D-Iowa. Ihey ~ork together on issues of foreign Aid and defense policy. They told Ford in a letter they are willing to start a dialogue tin the means of phasing out American assistance may perhaps prolorw iv lilt of the incumbent South Vietnamese and Cambodian governments, we can 'ec no humanitarian or national Interesi hji ustifies the cost of this assistance to Our Country. the lawmakers said Neither keeping up nor cutting off aid to that area will bring peace by itself. they argued. Another prolonged disagreement o'er events in Vietnam and our policy there may well lead to acrimonious accusations over who lost Indochina' the letter said. Senate signers were Democrats Clark James Ab~wretk and George S. McGovern 'I Sou~I, Dakota. Alan Cranston and Jo),,' Tunney of California. Pbilip A. hart ol Michigan. Floyd Haskell of Colorado, William D. Hathaway of Main. Adli F Stevenson of Illinois. Harrison Williams Jr. ol New Jerscy. and Hubert H. Humphrey ol Minnesota. a I onj~ with Republican Sen Mark 0. Hatfield of Oregon Demos near unveiling own plan WASHING ION UPI) -Congressional Democrats are almost ready unveil their own energy program including a proposal for discouraging gasoline consumption without raising its price. Rep Henry S Reuss said Sunday. IRA restores cease fire for Britain Ireland DUBLIN tUPI) -Ihe outlawed Irish Republican Ainiy aiinounced Sunday night it will restore a cease-fire in Britain and Northern Ireland effect,'e from 6 p.m Monday In a briel .wnouncen~enu. the IRA said in view ot discussions which had taketi place between its political envoys and British ~,t1kals an ethctivc arrangement had been reached toensur~ that there would be no breakdown ota new truce. The announcement restores the Christmas truce the HA terminated Jan. lb alter 25 days and canie atler coniiil~lou' secret talks between British officials and envoys ot Sum Fern. the IRMa legal political organization. Reuss is on a special energy task torce chaired by Re,, Lii Wright, D-Tex. He is also chairman ol the House Hanking and Currency Committee and a ieniber ol the joint Ftcotioniic Committee. rilE MILWAUKEE .Wis. Democrat said the isk 'trce plan us "in the final stages ot de' elopnwnt He would not exactly what the proposal would flnallv mel tide. hut added that the hallmark of a successful enci u~ program i' hai he American ~ orker deserves and (gets) tile g.n he needs to get to and from work' and make essential crrJid~ thou paving higher prices. He suggested a high tax on high-powered jtitt)s as one ~ to discourage gasoline consumption. Reuss said the Ford administration 'citer~, proposals hurt the ~~rking man and would increase unemplovireni hs lbrcing closure of energy dependent industries REGARDING the eeonor,,~ as a whole. Heu~s ,ad hr outlook ahead wilt brighten because we in the Congress have seen what a hash the administration has made ot our economics and we are now determined to stop being polite and ~ooujt there and see what needs to hedone. fins means job programs, lower interest rates get handle on inflation and dc seniething with the international (iolla r.' Reuss was interviewed on ABCs 'Issues and Answers. monday capsule Population projections revised downward WA'dIlN(, ~ear 2O4X)ha'c ~oung 'onien Bureau report 11112 XilstIS I ION 1' P11 -Po pu I .i tioti project loll been reused downward 2104 'Cr cent ~pcct to have lower hid, en, the ed Sund.~ Ill beti ti (~ cn'b' no~ estimates U.S. population ~ihl range roji, a low ol 245.1 ii illuon ~j, high of 28' wrljion Si he d~ ii dl I he cent dry. 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Renaissance P~iMing. mc. idlers FAST OFFSET PR/N T//VG rail, ~r~y ~Hmf~rfl reArly C 200 copies for only $3.95 or im fur $9.95. Same day service on masi orders .aSTEALFRDMINDM Therm's a Feat carnal look in this creamy whit. blouse mdi ol car.*f ret crepe. Imported br you from India, this free and mazy style ha lots of opsi weave at the neck and a bodice with plenty of pints and tucks. The miuticizad waistband and cuffs pull it all together for a just right look anytime -anywhere. SIZES: SM-[ -The flunle' P.O.Box 1211 So. L.A. Tahoe. CA 95705 &,,cIosed lind _________ PLUS SV~ posIaqe& hidg, for. Sae .-.Blous. Sony. NO CO D's) Send 25 C to, i cimplere catalog I Sai~tacton Gua.anteed Cab?. ret add 6% Ziegler delays By RENA EPSTEIN Alligator Staff Writer Controversy over the scheduled appearance of Ronald Ziegler. former President Richard IV!. Nixon's press secretary. may come to an abrupt halt. Without giving any reason Ziegler has asked for a delay in his lecture tour, which would have stared this month. He was scheduled to visit UF on Feb I'd' 4 pilot by tick ma. Hair raising While some people sprawled lazily in the sun, otkieru.-like this hairy dancer-responded to the vibrations of Atlanta Rhythm Section's concert Saturday. Dogs, tots and beer-guzzling students all gathered on the Union north lawn for the free concert. Th*lnd*p*nd.n*floddoMIigatr.Mondoy. F.bnory ~O. 1973. P.3 U F appearance Accordri~ lo Sieve Weiner. chairman of LiFt Accent '75. Ziegler's agent called Friday and asked UF to accept the delay. "WE WERE GIVEN a choice of dates beginning the last ~.eck in March and nmning through April,' Weiner said. However, he said UF now has the option to accept the new date or cancel Ziegler's appearance because he failed to keep his part of the contract with UP. Weiner sai4 UP is in "good shape" unlike other schools which cancelled Ziegler's appearance but are required by contract to pay bin, anyway. Weiner said he will meet with presidents of the UF student body and senate to decide whether, to accept a rescheduled date. WEINER IS ALSO ASKING for student input into the decision. Were asking students a, mail us their opinions.' lie said. According to Weiner. Accent '75 is a service organization and it is up to the students to decide whether or not to bring Ziegler to UF. Policeman shot fly JOE MORAN Alligator Staff Writer A Gainesville Police Department (GPD) patrolman was injured and nearly killed in a shootout which left his attacker dead early Saturday morning, according to GPD spokesman Dick Gerard. Office, Donald Dennis was in satisfactoryy" condition, according to a University Hospital spokesman. after being shot in the abdomen and leg. After Dennis was hit, his attacker pointed a pistol at his head and pulled the triuer. Gerard said. The pistol was either empty or misfired, according to Gerard. GERARD SAID THE NAME of the man wIto was killed is not being released pending notification of his family. Dennis and Officer ET. Shelley spotted what appeared to be an assault and abduction in progress. Gerard said, at about 3:25 a.nv, after they had signed off duty. Gerard said the officers approached a car containing two men and a woman and identified themselves as police officers. Gerard said one of the men 'just came out of the car shooting." firing three rounds before officers could return fire. DURING THE ENSUING gunplay. Dennis and the gunman were shot. After the assailant pointed his gun at Dennis' head and the pistol failed to fire. he collapsed and was taken to Alachua General Hospital where he died. Gerrd said. The other man fled from the scene during the exchange of fire. Gerard said, and was found "a couple of hours later' at his home UNDER INTERROGATION, the man corroborated the accounts of the two officers and said he tried to intervene in his friends attempt to steal the woman s purse. Gerard said. According to Gerard. no charges had been filed against the man as of Saturday afternoon because it appears he had no part in the attempted robbery or shooting. Gerard said the shooting has not had any effect on the morale of the other GPD officers. It's something we all accept, Gerard said. "We try not to think about it. ___________________________ _____________________________________________U Would you like to help students help themselves? If so join to STUDENT Please come and pick up an application at 358 Little Hall through Feb. 14 MORtIftWbftW FOfl A'tiON ~ALL STEVt HAYGEN AT 392-1521 This is a function of University College Student Council w S S S STREET'S somuw cyar 1614MW. lab ST. I DAY *SfliC~ 1 DAY SERVICE FRANCHISE DEALER All. ACCaSCRIES CALL 377-DIKE cm. yarn ass --U 4w&Hatchers jewelers It IMI. Me WI.U92 ADVISEMENT

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Pug. Am. Indep.ndn~ florid. Ailigetor. Monday, Fsbninery 10, ins Prison popu ation again at crit ca proportions By MIKE HORN AUlpeor Staff Writer A skyrocketing increase in Florida's prison population that forced a freeze on new inmates last September has again reached critical capacity, according to figures released by the Florida Division of Corrections. Florida's prison facilities had a total population of 11.531 as ol Feb and there was a backlog of 761 in county jails a~atting transfer to 'tate facilities. THERE WERE 11,521 instate facilities and 518 in county ails when Division of Corrections Director Lowe Wanwright 'Injunction (from HONOR COURT OFFIE page 0,1EV IALS have argued that opening up the hearings would barn, the function of the Honor Court and its effectiveness. Petersen. who heads up a staff of 65 defenders, has said he opposed the opening of the hearings because it would destroy the 'ri.hahilitative function of the Honor Court. dosed the prisons to new inmates last September he increase is primarily affecting local pails and detention facilities ~.lnch were already overcrowded and feeding their overflows to city jails for holding. [he Alachua County Adult Detention Center. built Id IU~ persons, now houses 107 inmates awaiting transfer to the prisons, according to Lt.iin, Dylcsterhouseoftheoenter "WE ARE REACHING flvksterhouse said Some of our a critical point. minor offenders have already been transferred to the Gainesvll City Jail Sidney Fortner. superintendent of Florida state orisons. THREE CHEATING SENTENCES were handed down by the HonorCourt Friday before the injunction "as issued. AtI three students pleaded guiIt~ to cheating charges and received Esin their classes and penalty hours from the Honor Court. One student received an F in Marketing 331. Accounting 301, and Business Adntnistration 31fl penalty hours. I-Ic was also given six An FL in MarketinR 331 and three penalty hours "as given said all the reception centers were exceeding their limits. hut he does not expect the prison to quit accepting new inmates [he Lake Butler reception center population "as 1.182. on lv 20 inmates short of the 1.203 last Friday population which forced it to shut down last September. O.i Keller. secretary of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, said he will outline some emergency ecomniendation' for the governor this week. "We are going to find room wmewherc. lie said We Sire going to everything we can to keep from shutting down the prisorb. to another student and the third student tried was given and F in Statistics 320 and three penalty hours. Chancellor Harris presided over one case atid ( honcellor lay 'at in the other two. Sixty charges have now been filed against U F students allegedly involved in organized cheating last fall aecordin~ to Paul Marnish. students who said he still expected to charge 2(n) 7 I M -I & / L N L )/~flR 'It. N -r Sit Hot Slice -R4d~ \1/hen You Are A~ fPO(ECIE LAThLY? LEOVWkDS 1245 W.UNIVERSITYAVE.SLICES 11:00AM to 1:00AM 706W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Whole Pies after 4:00 PM 318-Si *1 / 'II -Thelns I r

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Pog.4 The independent feud. AiIIg.ov. Monday february 0. I~75 Askew, Stone visit UF (to' Reubin Askc~ and Sen Richard Stone will address a conference on Florida l-ood Production Feb II and 12 at the I. Wayne Re.tz Union The conference entitled Agriculture Growth in an Urban Age. is being hosted by the UF Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences (WAS). THE CONFERENCE Is designed to help solve problems facing the state agricultural industry and also offer 10-year projections for 26 agricultural commodities produced in Florida. Emphasis will center on increasing technology to aid productivity, and ways agriculture can successfully interact with urban areas through land use control. taxation, water resource management, enGroup probe~ Dy STUART EII4MRICU AtM. Staff Wdte. The UF Honor Court is cunently cowing under the close scrutiny of a judicial studentfaculty task force which was appointed by Student Body President Steve Menyday last quarter. The task force, headed by law profrisor Michael Gordon, has been looking into the honor code and how etThctivc its enforcement has been. Task force members have set a March I deadline for their report on the honor system. They plan to start considering draft proposals at a meeting this afternoon. ThE MEETING, which is open to the public, will be held in the Presidents Board Room in Tigert Hall at 4:30. The group will discuss the sort of rules irorirtental considcraiitn~. niJnpower, urban ~.aste disposal and energy allocations. Aske~ will make the keynote address of the conference at 3:30 p.m. Feb. I I. Stone will address more than 5W guests at a banquet beginning at 7 p.m on Feb II. Dr Kenneth R. Tefertiller. vice president br agricultural affairs at UF. said florida agriculture must continue to grow not only to assure adequate food supplies but to continue to bolster the states economy. Tefertiller said the key to the further success of Florida agriculture is increased productivity. These Increases rely on research, education, better management and striking a balance with growing urbanization. lie said. ~ honor code under which the Honor Court should operate. The Honor Court currently follows the florida Rules of Criminal Procedure, but some critics have started that using admninistrative rules might be (aim. ADMINISTRATIVE RULES are more informal and do not rely so heavily on legal technicalities. The task force is also looking at the hoaor code, trying to find out if students really abide by it. or if It should be discarded. Craig Mitchell, assistant attorney general. who is also representing the Honor Court on the task force, told the member, at their meeting last Monday that he thinks the honor code does work because "SO per cent of cheating cases are reported by students." Other topics being discussed by the task force include the reasons for students cheating and what kind of enforcement thert should be for Honor Code offenders. Bargaining hearings soon By GARY BALANOFF AllIgator Staff Writer I he Public Fniplovees Relations Cornmission t~ scheduled to decide by Friday where and when the opening of formal hearings ~in faculty collective bargaining will be according to commission legal counsel Curtis Mack Faculty unions and associations interested in intervening in collective bargaining were required to make written proposals of suggestions concerning the date formal hearings should begin by last Friday. THEY WERE ALSO REQUESTED to include there they thought the hearings should be and isi what order issues should be discussed. Most of the faculty groups han indicated they would like to see as many hearings as possible in Gainesville. Were ready to go as soon as possible,' Ben Stevens, United Faculty of Florid, state academic affairs chairman, said Sunday. The longer '.e wait, the more rushed negotiations ~.ould be." THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION of University Professors (AAUP-fla.) and four t~culty associations representing Vaflous schools at UF also submitted suggestions for the hearings. It would be a disaster if all parties didn't proceed in a prudent way2 Dr. Ron Carpenter. vice chairman of AAUP-FIa. said. The legal motion came as a response to a Board of Regents letter which stated chairpersons were part of management, and were not allowed to participate in union activities. Mack said nothing will probably be done until long after this decision." referring to the decision on the time and place of tbrnial commission hearings. U U NEW & DIFFERENT OPENING SOON McDANIELL'S FLEA MARKET 1201 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. S 0 0 SELl. YOUR PIOCUCE. CRAFI3, CLOTHING. 5Gb LOCKABLE INDOOR BOOTHS LOW WEKENO MONTHLY RATES CALL. 378-3431 FOR INFORMATION RESERVE YOUR BOOTH NOW. ANliQUB 'PUT YO4JRSKF IN SUSINUS" Give your love an Alligator subscription for Valentine's Day. 4 I I am enclosing $5.50 per quarter for.quorters. 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Fees U,. In4.p.nd.n, florid. Mug.,.,, Monday Mhn~ary IC, 1913. Peg. 7 recommended for rec, career services By DEBBIE IBflfl AllIgator Staff Writer The Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee (ASFAC) has recommended that six new racquetball courts, two squash courts, and five different improvements in the Career Planning and Placement Center be funded with student activity fees. The cost of the recommended proposals-$8S,986--would conic out of the $l75.O~surplus left over from the budget of the last fiscal year. THE COMMInEE, COMPOSED OF seven students, advises the Student Senate on the allocation of activity fee funds which come from the $2.27 per credit hour in student fees every student pays in tuition. The student senate must still approve the recommended proposals before funding will be allocated. IN A MEETING THURSDAY, the committee recoinmended funding for five Career Planning and Placement Center proposals~ Provide graduating students with a computer program that will match their qualifications to the potential employers In their field. The cost to students would be I0,~ to cover the hiring of a systems analyst for one year. and $5~ for clerical and office t~pei1%e~ Purchase 'esen student rnaploeu rten 'e~ cubicles a, cost of ~ Ihe portabac part 't ion-desk comp(.tlrnts ~ou Id provide more pri~ acy .Interim e~s and ma' Attract ri ore em p1ox Cr' to ( [ icr' itt d rector M Un CC M .a' bcrrv 'aid Microfilm student ludiIlLii tii~ IJiaccmet1i recurils jnd references for storage lou 34) year' to N retrieved or reproduced 1w students (,r alumni. The equipnient would cost $5.4 IS. Reproduce student qualification records to be used for job interviews and sen' by the Center to prospectu~t en players not interviewing on campus. [he proposal would itlst $963.48 annually and serve present student' and alumni .Use a printuiip~ process to reproduce resunic\ ~raduatitig students. Ihe cost, paid for by student activatly fees would bell for 50 copies per student. THE COMMIflEE ALSO DECIDED on budget requests heard from the intramurals department and the UF Chamber Singers. Intrarnurals Chairman Dr. Paul Varuies said the 100 per cent increase in students playing racqtittball in the past 10 years had created a serious problem in the competition for Using courts.' (EDITOR'S NOTE: Inside InI.nmatjse ha wee&~ featwe In The Independent Florida Angst., provIding wnden with authovIbtIn lnf.mmation on all iamb of pesomi health and ~lId. of the Student Ihutli Ser.kw. Bring ye qixetlom to room 305 Ret. UsIa or th. lobby of di. Student Haiti, Service. For funk, Information plea co.atact the Health Education Office at the Student HealS, Service Room 237) the conrnittee agreed and passed reconinendation br the construction of six new four-wail courts. costing 150.000 at Snelt Field near the law center. Also approved were two squash courts which would cost $ll.~ to build. Another $1100 recommended for intramural, would add on-off switches to the present automatic fighting system on campus fields and courts. The committee decided to refer a request from the 1ff Chamber Singers for $2.qW over to Student Senate Budget and Financing Committee. lift, as one no longer has the pallor of a shut-in. For one with an excessively oily skin, the type prone to develop acne, the drying effect and light peeling is helpful. but carefully controlled exposure Is necessary. Also, iheconjunctavaoftheeyes isespectallysensitive to the lamp rays. Eye lids are too thin to be protective except for a very brief exposure, and so care must be taken to protect the eves. What I. the hat treatment for a blister? How safe are .unlamp.? Cm. using one repeatedly cause damage to the tin or skin? Sup amps ~uatt distinct tror heat lamps, are usually LOin l>~~~t(~ quart/ crystals. I bese crystals ~irc made to hr~tt hi~ endingg out 1,hoton' or rays of energ~ of short a~c Ica~tF and great frequency ~ hich are chemacall' at ti~c Ir 'wht patiuni the~ appear at ~,iid us, hesoild the purple ~ioht 'ont. I hey are cousins to the dreaded X rays and ''Ii IJVS. I teqtietitly. repeated sun lamp radiation is damaging. It JVC 'F. 'kin causing drying. thinning and abnormal blood nationn. I he~e changes are ot a pre~-ancerous Ildi bit In tat ruse, the skin pigment cells produce a tan and the Usually blisters are best left alone and kept clean, dry and to'cred. [he fluid inside is a good culture medium tor b.ittera and ;hould not be contaminated No cover available "' protective a' skin. It A blister needs to be opened for whatever reason, i.e In. 'Hon. performance. etc then under cican conditions uhe of should he renioved j ml mn antibiotic en' applied The best co'er we have found is called moleskin and I' valuable commercially Moleskin is quite useful ii presenuon of blister formation. Ho. do once, celk believe differently from normal nil.? Normal cells ~ for a purpose-to form the body or to repair worn or damaged tissue. (ancer cells grow for no reason. [hey displace or destroy normal cells, and if onthemii, reaction isa healthy glo~. Psychologically this is a checked, spread to other parts of the body. for J. GEl IS BAND Ticket holders ARE STILL AVAILABLE 0 S UNIVERSITY BOX OFFICE NOON to 4:30 p.m. 0 FEB. 17 INSIDE INFORMATION

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Peg. 8. The Indejiendent florida Miig.flor. Monday, Februery IC. 1915 EDITORIAL Housing rent Rent hikes br UF housing like the ones now king considered by Tigert Hall. are getting to be something of an annual affair. Dorm rent has increased every year lix the last three years. The overall increase for dorms and married housing is 47 per cent for the past three years. UF Housing Director James Hennessey says the way things look now, rent will have to be increased. Housing, because it is an "auxilIary service'' has no income other than rent. So last week the Board of Regents authorized a rent hike at the discretion of the IJF administration. The question is, even without a dramatic change in economic conditions, are there places costs can be cut as an alternative to raising dorm and married housing rent? Before a decision is made on the rent increases. a public hearing should be held to get input from student tenants. Vice President for Student Affairs Art Sandeen has indicated such a hearing will be held. Faced with a rent hike, student tenants should examine what services, if they were given a choice, they would do without to keep rent at the current level. Student Government Consumer Affairs Secretary Dan Lobeck presents figures which suggest well over $1OO,~3O could be saved by eliminating linen service in the dorms. Laundering of sheets and towels costs students $11.25 a quarter, about the amount of the proposed increase for a non-air-conditioned dorm room. Based just on our own experience in the dorms, it seems there are a substantial number of students who supply and wash their own linen, and thus are paying for a service they don't use. Of course, even if linen service is a practical place to cut costs, it might just run into opposition from the administration, since it is an in-house operation whose elimination might cost some career service jobs. That, we don't think, is a good enough reason not to cut linen service to avoid a rent increase. Another budget area that deserves scrutiny is the number of Resident Advisors. But RA's are, after all, students, and we don't like the idea of cutting students from the payroll. Then again, we wonder whether an RA on every floor is really necessary. Dorm dwellers would examine whether they want to pay for an RA service they don't need or use, Along the same line, we wonder if the Housing bureacracy isn't a bit feather-bedded, what with Hall Advisors over the RA's and then area supervisors and their staffs at the next level. And student tenants should be warned that cutting these "counseling" positions may be a sore point with administrators, The reason is that the only way the Board of Regents can legally maintain a policy of niandatorydorm residence for freshmen is to claim these "counseling" services provide a definite educational benefit. The freshman requirement, waived last quarter because of a tremendous demand for dorm accommodationshas been used and may have to be used again to keep the dorms filled, which in turn pays off the bonds that built them. At any rate, we trust a public hearing will be held on the rent increases. And we hope we're not being too optimistic when we trust the decision will be made AFTER students express their wishes at the hearing. Max always had been a low down, barrel bottom, trash can. dirty dealing cheat, from the time he crawled out of his mother two months after her abortion. He was the only baby iji the hospital to cut his own umbilical cord, and he did it with his teeth. AS A KID he double-crossed, back-stabbed, and crotchkicked his way up through the educational system. He gave book reports on books that never existed, he wrote essays first and outlined them afterwards. In fact, by using. lead pencil Max scribbled so many test answers on the top of his desk it was later donated to a munitions factory and recycled into bullets. But sixteen years of education had polished Mu up quite a bit and he figured the job interview would run smoothly. 'Avid you think you have the qualifications to work with ourcorporation and fight it out in the world of big business?" the executive asked through his cigar. "YES, I'VE had four straight, well four solid years of education at the University of florida." "You didn't take any sociology, psychology, or any of those other homosexual-type courses did you." 'Oh no sir. It was business all the way through. I got n.y language requirement by taking statistics I can even speak a little COBOL (computer language). In fact I even joined a fraternity." "And how did you get in this fraternity?" "lied.' Max replied. "YOU LIED, that's a good sign there son. You might make it in business after all. Tell me. can you speak Arabic?" "Yes, sir.'' "Two lies in one minute. That IS a good sign." "And what is your OPA. as if it matters." "It's a perfect four-o sir." "Three lies! You are gonna niake it son." "No. it was a perfect four-o. I read ala the exams the night before the tests. I even managed to gain a monopoly on test sales, so I also made a lot of money on the deal." "AND WHAT clever strategy did you use to acquire these exams?" "I found them in the dumpsters. They were stuffed full of exams. One day Ijust happened to be crawling around in one with my date and this whole pile of tests came tumbling down The Independent Florida Alligator LIII ~ EAlonyK.dzio. JonwV Coo& Mn. EvMyn hut Mn. MoIp4,uin C. Roy Shipp Ton, Mocomoro Ray MeG. Jr. Donna LaM ye no bay Mawr Lyf.dC 14o.nI. alan Snyd.r Lye. S&J.q ian Wodnn TONY AJINADE SATIRE on us. It took an hour to dig our way out and I guess they must have had ~on~e sticky questions on them because when we got home they were attached all over us like sandspurs or something. 'Four lies. You redoing great sonWhat did you do after that? "The right. just and ethical thing to do. I threw then, away before they corrupted my high moral standards. But a week later I sold my trash can to some non-brothers and I guess there were still a few of those exams laying around at the bottom because the next thing you know the administration accused me of selling exams. "FIVE LIES. You just might make it. What did you do after that?" "Well a couple of CPA freaks got down on us and they accused me of raising the curve in all the business classes and making things rough on those who had to compete against such a high curve." So what did you do?" 'I sold them the test and they shut up." "Did the administration believe your stoty?~ "Well some of them doubted the dumpster part. I nican I guess it seems kind of odd for a fraternity boy to be %crounging around dumpsters when we always said we were too good for a lot of the buildings on campus. After .11, a pair of $40 socks just doesn't mix with a bundle of trash. But I got away with it.'' "WELL, anyone who can lie, cheat, steal, and get away with it is bound to be a success in business. You're hired boy and one last word of advice if you want to be able to coinrnunicate with your associates." 'What's that? Never tell then. the truth?'' 'Well that's one. but you better also polish up oil your Aiabic." David Sni* Mitr.in-ehiM Oovidve.gn C N.ws Sitar Tail Wood Managing Editor '01mb Brugmon Loycut Editor G.nvuiMoqwg.r AaiantGennqg~000g, Mmlnlsroslv. Aslacs h~aw loSn.Monag. -.Accoongeqg Mvntsng Managa a ag CnMlnot 1.chl S.ct.uw Cn.diaar Mw.4 Sn, P~oduan Meneg., Idliodal Nodvewon Mc.wgr Sitouw Pu6ecfion Mmnqet C~uhtenhClo~#~Mw luau, Jon. Lsyogt Editor PubliSd by Cam pus Conimginaeation. in' P.O. Son 13266 UInn4ty Station. Gain.dIl., flMId, wit off ka. band t,. College. Inn. '73 W. uiguws,~ Annn. ILISft.Offk. ph.,., man SiionM D.ecewnaw, 37~ MIS Aiv.rthjng and Pmjuctlon Dt~amn: isa I 1 How to make it in business I

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V Tb. kd.p.ndnt Fisgido AJlIgotor, Monday, F.bnscvy 10. 1975, Peg. 9 Looking ltl)ITOR: I he arguments the Florid a Alligator, date iii pie Martinez. and Sigma Oh~ kIM Cmi tall short of their ~is CO I of open proceed ing~ in couple' lit heating trials. I here ~ mE RESPONSE of the "ill Mr \iIi~ator and Sigma Delta the cx~ to the secret proceedings BUl predictable as Pavlov's 'iii, pie lws I be word secret' us that is uttered and every journalism prehen student within miles begins to knowlt' NlEivJIC. sublect Its apparent that the issue measul lere us not the fad that with. ~cveral students cheated on But c'am' that they had gained exann ICLCSS to. But that its created el mi in scandal', to borrow the quickly~ cmi from the beginning of numbe Signia Delta Chi's executive exam gatement. And scandals seem poor robe the order of the day for relatic the local campus media. prohic The Alligator has enough educate trouble handling the new's it the an determines publishable. as is. scrutia Mere courtroom reporting newsp can not adequately cove, the photog complexities of trial hearings. and th IF WE COULD each Mr. personally scrutinize the messa~ entire proceedings, then refers perhaps we could react inscheme tellegently and rationally. more However a reporters are pr collective data is filtered Howevi through their mind and later, mark further edited in the form of a positiui news story. which What has happened i. that of wh) people have cheated ow' their how it exams and many were able to the fut because they had access to TIlE for Sc Ifll\ pilot (0 (be ity nhl)etItlve 1% LI d itt, htainin IhilIr ill ili~ a~ be tho~t we for I)erso Ii .11 tIll peibse ot ~4hicr~ EVEN (Kit ', lot, It the e'anm 'Cr' dii if they ~erc .1 corn sable c'aluatioii the dge gained on he I hen ,nl~ secur't~ re, n cccl It, be dcj I' one ,T mire ol (he ~Cre a flltan. ol ation it, order to Cut clo~ti student rs. or I pos~ihly the *as unfair result ot a pro Cc s s or -st U d e TI t rnship. then the lies within our onal system These ate ens in need of public ~y, hot that the aper cant get raphs of the accusers e accused. Martinez's spiritual ~ comes close when he to grades, testing s. self-conlidence and determination. These oblen~s of education. ~r, he ends up with the of Cain. moral ,ns. and adulthood font solve the problem people cheated and should be deal! with in U re. mere act ol getting Defense Deportment wouldn't think twice EDITOR: In your editorial lnjustwce." you overlooked a very important point that Mr. Weinberger made, which was. 'the 11.5. could save up to 5650 million." (an cutting down on the abuse of food stamps." Our Department of Defense would never think twice about wasting that much to build tanks that won't work and jet tighten that can't fly. Marc Saul 4 AR. andals \thI~ C these problems While lie Honor Court of flci a Is tid h1 Ivurnilistic ,eiVts fight it out on the front page and in am edirortil culuumris. the chc~utin~ ~. ill 'ii by I-In lug not e~en ii~mdc It to the COpS lOlifli 1OOI. let line the hick page '0 111101 for public sercitiny, Peter W Jones That wasn't exactly EDITOR: I was quoted incorrectly in the 1.27 Alligator to the effect that no serious new cases involving violations of academic freedom or other professional standards had occurred "since Dr. ET. York was UF President." What in fad I stated was that there had been no such eases since Dr York became President. OF THE six major cases with which I am familiar, one (jones) developed initially when Dr. Reitz was President. five (Lamborn, Mcgill. Capehart, Blyc and Cornwell) while Dr. O'Connell was President. The Lamborn and Capehart eases were resolved (along with another potentially serious dismissal case) during Dr. O'Connell's presidency. The Jones case was resolved, and preliminary proposals for a procedure to resolve the Blyc case were initiated during Dr. York's presidency, during which time also a number of major UP Policy Manual changes were made in response to recommendations from the National AAUP office. The right Mcgill Blyc and Cornwell cases at-c still in the courts. incidentally. $AUP did not hold that Dr. Cornwell "had his academic freedom abused." AAUP's concern was directed chiefly (but not only to the fads that the UP administration took no action to remedy the UP Senate Academic Freedom & Tenure Committee's finding (after an extensive hearing process) that Dr. Cornwell's department had improperly applied UP tenure criteria. or to implement the Committee's recommendation that the administration co-operate in attempting to secure a lineitem for Dr. Cornwell in another department which might, in due course, then determine whether to recommend tenure. Other issues included the vagueness of certain UP tenure criteria involved (since then deleted), and the failure of the Board of Regents to hear an appeal. Richard H. Hiers AAUP Chapter President, 1972-74 Another student housing rip-off Distorted picture EDITOR, Student Housing is again involved in one of its periodic rip-oth of student tenants. Supposedly due to increased utility coat., it is raising all rents. including rent for tarried student housing. HOUSING knows very well that tenants in married housing pay their utilities separately from their rent, and that the cost ofutilities already has been raised, Thus the extra live dollars they are lacking on (the third such increase iii two years) has nothing to do with utilities costs. and is simply a convenient means of slipping an increase past the Board of Regents. The Independent Florida Alligator Ooo Old Me. Ron Cun.ingloni Aan~o Slier 0.0.1. K.chpna.c Jr. fret. She. hew -as, Mmdi K.wnon Mt N.~ SlUt Although the supposed goal ot James Hennessey's organization is to provide low-cost housing for students. keeping costs down has never been oneof its strong points. In addition to raising our rent, their latest brainstorm is consideration of putting cable TV into Diamond Village. which ~ould raise all Diamond Village residents' rent another 53.50 per month. FORTUNATELY, this latter proposal has been left to the tenants discretion, and will probably not be approved. (Most of us are here to study. not to watch TV.) A procedure is badly needed so that Housing in the future cannot go to the Hoard of Regents to request rent increases without prior notification of' tenants. Presently, tenants are faced with increases as accomplished facts, and have no opportunity to present opposing information to the Reicents. We are generally first aware of increases through articles in the "Alligator', and by then it is too late for any effective action. Student Government. which claims it does something. could substantiate its claim by publicizing proposed increases ,&ell In advance of the dates upon which they wilt be acted by the Regents. THANK YOU for lyring to keep us informed of what they (the University administrators) are doing to us. rather than for us. R E.Ball EDITOR: On page II of Thursday's Alligator you report certain observations by Mr. Richard Adams on British Universities. It is regrettable that they present a picture distorted beyond all recognition. The type of rigid supervi~ion to which he alludes passed away long ago -even at Oxford and Cambridge. I should say that British students enjoy a measure of freedom quite as great as that found anywhere in the world. The assertion that "there's still a feeling women have no business in college is. I am glad to say. too absurd to merit detailed refutation. I: would be interesting to learn what evidence Mr. Adams possesses to support his (apparent) implication that 'suicides and breakdowns" during final e taminations in Britain exceed the number of similar misfortunes in American colleges. Fortunately my years at the Universities of Cambridge and London have not taught me to regard British students as ''just cold fish.'' I willingly endorse Mr. Adams remarks on the friendliness of their American counterparts: but do not feel that, in doing so. I must denigrate my cornpatrio4s -cnn "with a smile D.W.T. Vase7 Visiting Associate Professor Greek and Latin The extra 600 Half a truth, half a truth. Half a truth onward To the University Strode the six hundred. Forward the student brigade! Here are our cards! they said. Into the basement of Tigert Strode the six hundred. 'Welcomet' officials cried. Smiling and shifty-eyed This class has multiplied!' Someone had blundered. Theirs not to make amends 'These are the latest trends That's how the budget bends.) Into the basement of Tiger Strode the six hundred. Registrars to the right of them Deans to left of then,, Vice-Presidents in front of them Volleyed and thundered. Handled the crisis well: Fired some personnel. Grad students on the outs Are we men or are we Nlautz"' Dean of the College. he's Making apologies fo the six hundred. When will their glory fade? They stormed the barricade Noble six hundred. What though the classes swell? What though the standards fell? On paper it looked well: An extra sax hundred. Maurice Meshugeh L

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N,, P,9.iO. II. Ind.p.u.d.n~ florid. Ailigotor. Monday, ~.bnsc.y tO, 1915 Student named to check profits of books tore By JANET TAYLOR Aliantor Staff Writer Dwight Hall. I UC. a UP finance and banking major, wila examine the financial records of the Campus Shop and Bookstore today. MIII was named by Student Government Secretary of Consumer Affairs Dan Lobeck to check the records of the bookstore following a ian. 28 meeting with Richard Schifihi. UP business manager. Lobeck charged the bookstore with making excess profits at that time. "WE SHOOT FOR a low profit and we achieve a low profit," Schiffli said. He added the bookstore was operating on a profit margin of 2.7 per cent. Sam Getzcn. manager of the bookstore, would not allow Hill to see the records until he had permission from Schiffli. Schiflim said at the ian. 28 meeting the records would be available for an audit. He said excess profits might be an accumulation of profit that the bookstore had not counted on. "HE KEPT INSISTING on things that I just felt weren't accurate" said ix'beck of the meeting with Schiffli. Lobeck did a study of the competing bookstores' profits compared to the campus bookstore's profits In the spring of 1974, Getren said. the campus bookstore" profit margin was around jour per cent, according to Lobeek's study. Lobeck said he checked with Florida Bookstore Manager David Bauchee and found the profit margins to be between 1.7 and two per cent THE STUDY AlSO REPORTED that Malone's Book and Supply Manaaer Bill Zeanah said his profits were 'no more Robbery suspect Two Gainesville youths wanted for the robbery of the First Federal Savings and Loan of mid-Florida at Gainesville Mall were arrested Friday night in New Orleans, according to Gainesville Police Department (GPD) spokesman Dick Gerard. Gerard said GPD had been notified by authorities in New Orleans that one of the youths was arrested within the city limits of New Orleans when his car was stopped on a routine check. Gerard said the New Orleans police discovered that the than four per cc"' by any mean' Getzen said the bookstore present profit margin is about one pet cent. According to Schiffi'. UP policy is that the campus bookstore not compete with the other bookstores and must acquire just enough cash to remain in business. Howeer, Lobed claims if they have a 17 per cent profit niargin as the other bookstores have, then they must be making a profit. ts caught in La. youth was wanted by checking a national computer lasting of wanted suspects. Under interrogation, the youth revealed the location of his accomplice. The other youth was apprehended in a mobile home in Kenner. Louisiana. Gerard said Gerard said the youths have been charged with kidnapping and auto theft as well as armed robbery The youths abducted two employs of 11w savings and loan during the robbers and released them near Melrose. Gerard said extradition proceedings to bring the pair back to Florida tor prosecution have begun. P t 1;

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Th.Ind.p.nd.n*Fqorido Ailigoto,. Monday, F.bau.ry ID, P975. Po* I) Hiring plan evaluated *-V -S taii 392-9519 fo, ff0. information By JANET PARK ?fl[,AcJ(iCLifftiv~I~ r I AllIgator Staff Writer Sponsored by STUDENT AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL tSIIC.' >~*C*S >,~ Dr. Harold Hanson. hF executive vice president, and Dr. Hattie Ressent will visit individual hF departments 0Th. beginning this week to discuss aspects of the departments approach to hF's affirmative action plan. Bessent. an administrative intern currently working on UP's affirmative action plan, said she and Hanson. UF director for affirmative action, have evaluated affirmativt action checklists completed by department chairpersons. THE EVALUATIONS of the checklists will show what areas in a department's affirmative action program need to be concentrated on. Strengths and weaknesses of the departments procedures for implementation of the plan will be discussed. No schedule has Art it-v-i (2 ~ been set up for the visits; they M roflrnerltaI rtLIUII ~.iI"OU~ will be on a random basis. 4VA. ~Jrb Vn~or~ 3 orjn~O according to Bessent. The affirmative action plan is required by law to he developed and put into action. A supplement to UF's plan was submitted to the Department of Health. Education and Welfare (HEW) and is currently being evaluated. Hanson. as UPs director for affirmative action. supervises all aspects of the pla&s implementation. He S '4 said he doesn't think this S specitic checklist system of departmental action is UPD 0~ By LINDA WISNIEWSKI AllIgator Staff Writer A new committee has been formed at UP that plans to "open lines of communication between UPD (University Police Department) and the campus community, atcording to its organizer, Ken Chapman. The goal of the UPD Uason Committee is to make students understand the basic roleofUPDon campus. Most of the problems between UPD and students result from students being misinformed," Chapman said. Chapman plans to "open the lines of communication" by holding open committee niectings that students can attend to offer "student input.' "AFTER EACH MEETING ~cll ask for questions and comments from the students," Chapman said, ploring certain areas on a generall scope. Its teaming to ~o out on a tangent and stan talking about parking and traffic tines, hut we wan, to > *4~'.~*.~~w.-pb i*encrai HANSON ,chmksAA plan required by HEW. INSTEAD, HANSON SAID, "We are committed to internally making sure something is happening with the plan. The checklist was formulated to directly relate to specific areas in UF's affirmative action plan, according to Bessent. The plan calls fir data to set reasonable goals for hiring women and minority workers: several questions center on recruiting techniques. Bessent said. "Making these jobs accessible to different groups of people is the purpose of widening the field from which job candidates are selected. "WE CAN SUGGEST non-traditional methods of recruitnient.' she said. She cited listing job openings not only in trade journals and the Chronicle of Higher Education, but in the Affirmative Action Registry as well. Another area on the checklist includes demonstrating the presence of women and minorities in the en fines' particular job field through their attendance at conterences and through the printing of brochures showing them an research and teaching Positions. MOST DEPARTMENTS RESPONDED to the brochure development with the reminder that they had cut their expense budgets so far they could not afford to have brochures printed. Hanson said, "Something that has bothered me all along is this emphasis on the written plan itself. The Important thing is to do tight.' Other areas covered by the checklist ensure applicant selection procedures are on file and have been applied equally to all candidates, and that resources in a department are allocated fairly. HANSON STRESSED THAT some parts of the checklist "are clearly not applicable for a particular unit for this year.' For example. individusi Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (WAS) units were required to file a checklist but since hiring is done centrally, the sections on recruiting and hiring do not apply. Developing brochures and equitable purchase of resources are examples of questions not applicable this year under the current budget picture. Bessent said the visits to departments are not under any deadline but were merely to "offer suggestion for turther implementation." sought interest." Chapman said, problem." Shuler said. 'For example. one meeting "WE HOPE TO discover will deal with rapes and how the possible existence of students can prevent them." problems students n'ay have he said, with the UPD. although we're The UPD Liason Cornnot aware of any such mittee was formed 'because a problems, except maybe with lot of things last fall proved traffic and parking violations. we needed greater comThese (violations) are not niunication between UPD. necessarily of student origin.' the student body, and the lie said. administration," Chapman We want the committee to said, citing the "drug inbe a positive program that vestigation' as being the will inforni students more "most prominent. about UPD' Denson said. The committee recon,THE COMMITTEE IS mended that UPD continue made up of volunteer its tours of UPD for student members from UPD. UP groups, he said. staff. andStudentcovernment "THE COMMITTEE (56) representatives, believes these tours would Some of the committee keep students informed about members are Rob Denson. UPD." Denson said. director of student judicial All names of committee affairs and new student members will be made knowit programs. UPD police chief to students so that they Audie Shuler, and Mike 'know who to contact if they Papantonio. honor court need help. Chapman said. representative, Chapman rhe committee has not set said. up a definite time or date for A total of nine people are he meetings. bus plans are working on the SO sponsored underway to hold ks first t'oninattee. he said, meeting next week. We want the coniniittee to The meetings will be held be a group that students can on the third floor of the i. conic to ,hen they want Wayne Reiti Union, 5*9S***e ** -4

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'I'hc [ndepen~I~nt Florida Alligator SRO'?TS P.g. IS Monday. F.b.i.,.1 10, 1975 Gators whip LSU 92-76, tackle Georgia tonight By ANDY COHEN Allipto, Sports Write John Lotz shudders every time he hears the name Jacky Done)'. And he's got good reason to. DORSEY IS Georgia's freshman superstar and is currently averaging 27 points a game for the Bulldogs. The 6-foot.7 leaper almost single-handedly destroyed the Gators victory hopes in Athens last month as he pumped in 31 points and easily controlled the boards. But the Gators had six players in double figures that night. and thwarted Dorseys one man attempt as the Orange and Blue were victorious by 14 points. Now, one month later, just about the time Lotz has begun to forget about Dorsey. he must prepare his team to face him 0,1cc again as the Caters will host Georgia tonight at 7:30 in Alligator Alley. "DORSEY IS ONE ci the finest players in America." Lotz said. "And he's only a freshman. He's the type of player that can turn a pcame around by himself. He has added a tremendous amount to Georgia's team But despite his presence. the Bulldogs have found it tough winning games recently while the Gators are currently -joying a three-game victory streak. BRUNOLAYSITUPFOR IWO has scored 49 points in lost two games 'Georgia was beating Kentucky by six points at halftime, ~o you know they have a talented group. Lotz said. We will once again have to play our best basketball in order to win. THE GATORS most recent win was a 92-76 triumph over Louisiana State. Chip Williams could do no wrong Saturday as the Gator captain grabbed down 21 rebounds, a career high and pumped in 25 points to lead his Gators to their third consecutive Win. When Williams wasnN hitting his short-range jumper. Bruno Caidwell was, as the sophomore guard equalled Williams scoring total with 25 points. THE ALLIGATOR ALLEY crowd of 4.480 saw the Gators mount a IS-point lead on live different occasions during the game but LSU refused to fold as each time they slowly edged Q~NN HANSEN, their way back into striking distance. After UF went into halftime leading 50-43. mostly due to 20 ~IWOId H opening-period points by Caidwell. LSU came out strong, Gene Shy and M narrowing the Gator lead to iwo points. 50-48 with 18:00 on br the Gators as ti the clock. Along with Willi But Wilbams and Caidwell resumed their scoring show and starting guard Don the Orange and Blue pulled away for the final victory margin, the Bulldogs. THE BENGAL TIGERS' all-everything forward Glenn DORSEY'S sup~ Hansen put on sonic kind 'F performance of his own as the talented freshman senior standout scored 36 points. Dorsey aid the Btil Caidwell claws By LOUIS BRANCACCIO Alligator Sport. Writer (jWdwell-the cat. There no need to read the nanc otr the back of his jersey or renieniher hR number. You'll know Norman Bruro" (ald.ell, IF guard. when he steps on the court. HF'S THE ONE that pushes that behind the back pass to .ini,:ate or brings home t~.o points by nailing a 20-foot tie ~ialks his opponent ~.ith last feet and hunuriting bands Before h '~ght barely begins-its over Brunos prey was another cat Saiurda~ ittersoon. the LSU Benga Figers. and when it was over he had clawed 25 points, bringing UF to a dirring 2.7h win. Combining last week~ point production against M'ssissippi. Bruno is one point shy of half a hundred. BRUNO SAID his mail, oh is to hit the open man on the court. Rut when the open T1flI~ is Bruno. he takes the shot. "Coach Lot,, gives inca tree hand. I have the go ahead and rake it if I got it." Bruno ~aid. And Bruno had U Saturday. He said when he takes that first 20 foot jumper and it eases through the net. it sets up positive attitude for the rest ol the game. "I DIDN'T think twice about it. I just shot, Bruno said. 4,.GENE SHY ~LIQ~ BOUNCING BALI. amen led all scorers with 36 poInts ike 1.edermen were also in double figures Ney scored 14 and 13 points respectively. aiim. Shy and Caidwell, Lotz plans on Bostic and forward Jerry Moore against porting cast is filled with youth as a crop led by Tony Flanagan and CharIty Ildog cause. Tigers [he trouble sonietimes begins. Eruno said, when he thinks too tong about whether he should or should not shoot. Bruno lid iiot have that problem Saturday Nine of IS from the field. nio~r of them coming trom 20 leer out, and seven of eight from the tree thro~t line, I he gator~ built up a huge lead. IS points, only to see it ~ bitt led n. a' once again~thi~ time to Iwo points with 6 niinutcs [cit Rrrno sa~d the Galors ha~c a tendency to let down when tIic~ zicliie'c ., hi~ lead *~~A' E GET nonchalant, Bruno said. But the Gators ~.on convincingly and Bruno sees an etclIent chance for the Gators to finish the season strongly. Lots ii gi'~ ~ot their contidencenow, Bruno said of his (can",1aw' Although Bruno had hot hand shorning Saturday at> ternoon. he said tie still enloys the passes he makes. "WHEN I make the good pass, the crowd goes ooo. When I take the good shot, he crowd goes ahh. I like the ooos better than the ahh's" Bruno said Caidwell and the rest ol the Gators pounce on the Georgia Bulldogs tonight. Caidwell. Watch him close tonight because he's sharp. lake your eye oil him and hell tear the net apart with a juniper quicker than a Caidwell-the cat. UFwrestlers now 31-0, await FlU By CHRIS GARRIn Alligator Sports Writer The Gator wrestling team flesh off its 3lst straight duel meet victory over Louisiana State Thursday night in Baton Rouge. will try and make it 32 Tuesday night as they host Florida International University (FlU) at Alligator Alley. UF which had its problems with a~esky LSU squad went into the final bout at' that match behind IS-lb. IIEAVWEIGNT Mask Totten rose to the occasion for the second straight week pinning his toe and pulling out the match as he did against Kentuck). Head Coach Gary Schneider took a ju~led lineup w Cajun Country minus three SEC Champions. watched In disbelief as two of his wrestlers built up huge leads only to lose their matches. Freshman Vie Holloway had a 7.~ lead with 30 seconds left in his match before he got put on his back and lost 10-9 on riding time. JOE RUSSO, filling in for injured SEC Champion Tin, Granowmtz was winning his match q-o at 142. when he got caught on his back in an offensive position and pinned himself. And Jeff Davis senior 158 pounder wrestling at 167 injured his knee early in his match before he got pinned in the final second of the second period of his bout. Schneider. who said he was just happy with winning the meet said after the match. We had every bad break 1,~sible in one match, and Holloway's and Russo's matches were particularly unfortunate" IN SLIPPING BY the Fighting Tigers, UF had outstanding performances troni Ailie Haberman 126, Mike Cotins 334. Bob 'Georgia Boy Saville ISO. Dan Lubell 158. and Tim Worsowicz I 7~ who all won decisions, Saville rolled to a 17.3 superior decision and Worsowier beat LSUS Sam Allen S-I, in the Gator's biggest wins. Allen had been a second place finisher in the junior college nationals. UF will put their undefeated mark on the lint once again tomorrow night against Flu, which Assistant Coach Ott Sanders says has a "pretty good team.*' THE GATORS will go with a juggled lineup again, as defending 118 pound tamplon Bob Roberts will be rested. Both Granowitz who is still bothered by a knee injury and Davis will definitely tniss the match Rut. one good note for IF is that Henry Jackson, defending SEC Champ at lqO. who missed the LSIJ meet with an ankle injury, will wrestle. According to Lubell. the teanCs leading authority on opponents, "FlU wilt be strongest in the 142.167 weight classes." FlU, which is comprised of junior and senior college transfers finished 5th in the Sunshine Open right behind the Gators earlier this year. and will be trying to reverse the tables when the match begins at 7:30. Jackson. co-captain of the Gators sq. FlU is "ex1W WCAS~ICZ big win at LSU perienced and wants to beat us badly." 1'

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Ng. 16. Th. Ind.p.nd.mn PagiS. AJIioIor. Monday. Fbnoiy IC 1975 UFsW By RICK ADELMAN AIiIator Sport. Writer Last week at the MilIrose Games it, New York. Mike Sharpe became the first (lator so run 60 yards in six seconds. Now Willie Wilder has become the second. TIlE MUSCULAR sprinter from Names City lied Nharpes record Saturday tight when he won the 60yard dash at the LSU Invitatiwial. flit victory was one of tour Lady THE UF'S WOMEN'S SWIMMING TEAM came hack Ironi a Miami defeat last weekend to dunk Florida Stare University PSIJ) 68-62 Saturday atterroon in Florida Pool. Lady (3ator coach Sue Halfacre said that FSIJ was a better team than whet, UF met then, in January They (FSU) hae Improved considerable over our d e r ties Sharpe record tor the Gators Wilder, a halfback on the Baby Gator football team. defeated Greg Edruonds who is oneof the best sprinters in the country according to lIP assistant coach Roy Benson STEVE GOMEZ cx. tended his winning streak to rour as he captured first place in the I~M)-vard run in a ('rile ol 2125. Gonie, also ran the threequarters of a mile leg on the victorious distance medley Gator S last meeting, hut then so have ~e, particularly our divers,' Halfacre said, adding that 'he ~as really plca~cd with the performance ol Iresh man diver Lynn Bassett We ~erent down trot,, (he M 'an, i defeat, our nain concern was sickness on the team. assistant coach Mo Hughes said. THE UF WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM easily INTRAMUBALS Men's Dormitory Bowkng will begin today. Men's dorn,, Little Sisters Sorority and Co-Rec schedules may be picked up in the IM office Friday, 229 Fla. Gym, 392-0581 XO won Orange League Sorority Badnutton and AXO won the Blue League championship today is thr deadline for signing up for Men's and Women's One-on-One basketball competition. Contact the IM office. 229 Fl. Gym. 392-0581. Tuesday is the deadline for signing up for Men's Independent Tennis and Engineering Basketball. team, but the foursome failed to qualify toi less than a Swede Pai honor, in winning it, A Doerr was t yard run. FRIDAY Philadelphia the Gators the NCAAS by econd. Wallin took top the mdc run. 132 while Ton, hird in the 600NIGHT track picked 'I: at the Classic three second places and one third hut the performance of the evening from the Gator point of view was turned in by 64X11 ports improved its record to 10-3 Saturday by defeating South Florida 79-35 A slow half ended with a 38-14 UP score [he second half saw the Lady Gators surge ahead in spuns. until the final ~-poznt victory. Leading the Lady Gators with 14 points were guards Freida Cheting and Val Bezarte. Gater Bonnie Bohall sank 13 points, and S-Il Sue Chambers scored tune points and grabbed eight rebounds. UF WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM easily defeated South Florida 9-0 Friday. Lady Gator Coach Sue Whiddon was extremely pleased with what she saw as her women netters took to the court for the first time this year. I ant impressed with the depth of strength our new players have given us. Whiddon said. "Inner Horace 1uitt [he Trinidad terrors time of 111.2 was almost a full second better that, runner-up Robert Ouku. a 1972 Olympic gold medal winner. The Gators mile relay quartet set a school record but had to settle for second plact. two tenths of a second behind the nations topranked foursome [torn Seton Ha IIMITCHELL GOINGS, I uitt. Noel Gray. and Beaufort Brown were clocked in 3. 3.3, breaking last seasons mark of 3:14.2. lnthe440-yard dash Brown 'as second to Seton Hall's Chancy Josephs. who won in 48.7 seconds. Brown was time in 493. Mike Sharpe got second place in the 60-yard dash as he was nipped at the wire by Steve Riddick. Both runners were clocked in 6.!. GATOR HESLEY Bostic tied his own school hurdle record of 7. I set in 1973 when he finished third behind North Carolina Central's charley Foster and runner-up Willie Davenport. Marty Liquori won the mile run in 3:55.8. second fastest time ever recorded indoors. UF's Frank Belts was seventh in 4:09. Several' Gators took part in the Mason-Dixon Games Saturday night but the results were not available at press time. EVERY MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET 53-723 PICK VOtE FAVOUTF S.I.cllon of flavor baked pizza and garde. fred' salad. $1.3. Hm inz~ 316 S.W. 16th Ave 376-4521 ALSO NOON lIME LU 1rE "'I., 4 lb St V. r



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The Independent Floridahg ator piuog'shed by Lonmpus Ccmmuncton, Inc Gosnetvill., Fkrndo No, officioly ossoc'oted w~I4 1h* Univerufy of Florido MONDAY F EB. 10, 1975 VOL. 67 NO.78 Cheating t By STUART EMMUICH Alligator Staff Writ.r, A preliminary junction issued in a Gainesvie circuit court Friday has temporarily halted all UF Honor Court hearings dealing with alleged widespread cheating on Co llege of Business Administration tall exams. The injunction was issued by Circuit Judge R.A. Green and was requested jointly by T*e Alligator and the Gainesville Sun. An identical petition was also filed by Judy Collhns. a UF law student, Bill Cassel, another law student and a prosecutor in the Honor Court, helped Collins do the legal research and tile her petition. Cassel said Collin's name was the only one ori the petition because of "tactical reasons" but refused further comment. ALThOUGH liE IS a prosecutor in the Honor Court, Cassel emphasized that he has not been working on any part of the cheatinE investigation. Judge Green will hear arguments Tuesday afternoon on whether a permanent injunction should be issued prohibiting all future closed Honor Court hearings. Summons were delivered by the Alachua County Sheriffs Department Friday afternoon to UF President Robert C. Marston. Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris, Vice Chancellor Vicki Jay, Atty Gen. Paul Marnmish and Chief Defense Counsel Byron Petersen. The summons order them to appear before Green Tuesday,. Marston after receiving the summons, said the next step was to "get the University lawyer to read this and advise me what to do." ASKED IF 'THE SECRET Honor Court hearings conrials halted Ilicted with Marston's claims~ of running an "open adminatration" he replied, "We're going to flind tyt out when we appear hefbre the judge" Ehe Honor Court has been ijperatmig under a Board ol Regents policy mandating the secrecy ot students' records and prohibiting the release ot the names of the students charged and convicted of Honor Court offenses. Prcs% and public have heen excluded from all hearings concerning the present cheating mnvestigatIon which Honor Court officials have piedicted will probabi) mvogve 2(U busines, students. THE INJUNCTION WAS REQUESTED on the legal grounds that the secret hearings violated Florida's Governmient in the Sunshine law. The law stares 'All meetings ol any hoard or comnmvission.at which offcial acts are lo be taken are declared to be public meetings open to the public at all times.' Attorney Larry Turner. who argued the case for the petitioners pointed out Friday the Honor Court is an advisory board to the UP president and an opinion by Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin stated that all such advisory boards arc covered by the Sunshine Law. The petition requests that all action concerning the cheating investigation be declared null and void if the judge decides that the hearings were held in violation of the Sunshine Law. But Turner said there was a possibility that all past actions done in secret by the Honor Court might be overturned by the judge. "I don't really know, but actions of one or two years ago (See 'Injunction,.' page four) OJTSIDE H0N01 COURT plhoso by chip hir,. .deputy msss sumnmonsto Honor Court Cbancell&r Harris Frsman drowns in sinkhoe r dFee UyJioE MORAN Akglst Staff wa.er Charles Darone. a UP freshman ftom North Miami. drowned Saturday in a diving accident at the "Blue Sink." a spring 14 mIles northwest of Ocala. according to Marion County Sheriff's Corporal C.R. Proctor. Proctor said Barone's body was recovered from the 264foot sinkhdle at 8.30 p.m. by a diving expert from Orlando. TU SHERIFFS OFFICE was notified of Baron's disappearance by Louis Brasovan. another UF freshman who was diving with Barone. according to Proctor. Proctor said Brasovmn told investigating officers he and Barone started diving around noon and ran out of air while in the spring. Although Brasovan .as suffering from the "bends' after excaping from the spring, henws able to reach a house nearby and call the sheriff's department shortly after 2 p.m. ac-cording to Proctor. BRASOVAN COULD NOT BE REACHED for comment. Proctor said divers not trained in proper techniques of diving in deep water may use as much as ten times morE air than expected. causing rapid depletion of air supplies. Who, a diver is faced with such a situation, Proctor said. he may panic and attempt to surface quickly, causing the "bends." THE "BLUE SINK," the deepest sink in Florida. is used by the U.S. Navy for deep diving training. Proctor said. Investigation of the accident is continuing, according to Proctor. to determine the exact cause of Barone's death. Proctor said the investigation niay bc tumpleted tuday. .hearing set forlTusdoy to Iegis lators By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer UF President Robert O. Marston is testifying today before the Florida House of Representatives education committee hearings in Tallahassee. The education committee, composed of several committees. is conducting "an evaluation of all facets of education.' according to Gainesville's Board of Regents member Jack Mccriff. AMONG THE TOPICS of the hearings is the authority of the regents in granting tuition increases. State Rep. Sidney Martin, D-Hawthorne. has filed a bill that would prevent further tuition Increases without legislative approval. The regents submitted a tuition increase last year which became law when the spring session of the Florida Legislature failed to act on it. STUDENT DODY PRESIDENT Steve Mernyday filed suit against the regents, but lost. The statute in question reads, "the legislature must approve, alter .amend or change," the schedule of fees submitted by the regents. Merryday said. HOWEVER, seventh district Circuit Court Judge E.L Eastmoore interpreted the statute to mean that a figure of the legislature to disapprove a tuition hike is the same as an approval. Martin's bill provides that upon failure of the legislature to act on a fee increase, current tuition rates arn retained. Regent McGriff said. "If he (Martin) wants to put in a tuition bill, that's fine, but then should be sOme soet of tallback position." Mcflriff was concerned that If anticdpated fluids from a tuition increase were eliminated by the legIslature's disapproval or failure to ad. there is no provision to cover 'tvemue loss. MeGRIFF SAID he favored a clearer definition of regents authority. "As much as possible we need to get clewr-cst lines as to who does what." he said. State University System Chancellor Robert B. Mautz will also be appearing before the committee today. Although Mautz could not be reached for comment. Mccriff said Mautz would be presenting the budget to "bring them (the committee) up to date" on Florida's nine state universities. photo by .rle .*lr.

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PNg. 2, Th. lndependent Roddo Ailigetor Mondoy Febkuury '0 197s United States support"' South Vietnam "WHILE CONTINUITY in Cambodia and NGC high leveks of group icut aid Congress ioi asks Ford tc for Cam bod WASHING ION lUll) -Eihit members of Congress Irom~ both parties asked President Ford Sunday to stop all aid to Cambodia and South Vietnam This is no time to start "an acrimonious national debate" on Indoch. 'a, they said. nor is it a time tbr a new confrontation between Congress and Ford when other matters are mlore pressing. FORD, IN an interview with the Chicago Tribujne Saturday, said he would be willing to pledge an end to Indochina aid in three years if Congress would support the countries of the area fully in the interim. The legislators, 74 Democrats and 8 Republicans. helong to members of Congress Ibr Peace through law Headed by Sen. Dick Clark. D-Iowa. Ihey work together on issues of foreign Aid and defense policy. They told Ford in a letter they are willing to start "a dialogue tin the means of phasing out American assistance may perhaps prolorw inv le of the mecumbent South Vietnamese and Cambodian governments, we can 'ec no humanitarian or national mnteresi thj justifies the cost of this assistance to Our Country." the lawmakers said Neither keeping up nor cutting off aid to that area will bring peace by itself. they argued. "Another prolonged disagreement o'er events in Vietnam and our policy there may well lead to acrimonious accusations over who 'lost' Indochima" the letter said. Senate signers were Democrats Clark James Abouretk and George S. McGovern 'I South, Dakota. Alan Cranston and Johr \ Tunney of California. Philip A. Hart ol Michigan. Floyd Haskell of Colorado, William D. Hathaway of Main. Adlai E Stevenson of Illinois. Harrison Williams Jr. ol New Jerscy. and Hubert H. Humphrey ol Minnesota. a Iong with Republican Sen Mark 0. Hatfield of Oregon Demos near unveiling own plan WASHING ION (UPI) -Congressional Democrats are almost ready unveil their own energy program including a proposal for discouraging gasoline consumption without raising its price. Rep Henry S Reuss said Sunday. IRA restores cease fire for Britain Ireland DUBLIN tUPI) -Ihe outlawed Irish Republican Aimiy aiinounced Sunday night it will restore a cease-fire in Britain and Northern Ireland effective from 6 p.m Monday In a briel .nnouncemenu. the IRA said in view of discussions w hich had taketi place between its political envoys and British otlicals an etfectivc arrangement had been reached toensure that there would be no breakdown ot a new truce. The announcement restores the Christmas truce the RA terminated Jan. lb alter 25 days and came after coniiiluou' secret talks between British officials and envoys ot Sum Fen. the IRA'a legal political orgniiation. Reuss is on a special energy task torce chaired by Re,, bi Wright, D-Tex. He is also chairman ol the House Hanking and Currency Committee and a number ol the joint Etcoinimic Committee. rTHE MILWAUKEE .Wis. Democrat said the isk 'trce plan us "in the final stages ot de' elopnwnt "He would not ws :xactly what the proposal would flnallv menctide. hut added that the hallmark of asuccessful enci program i' hai the American w orker deserves and (gets) tie gas he needs to get to and from work" and make essential crraind thou, paving higher prices. He suggested a high tax on high-powered jtts as one way to discourage gasoline consumption. Reuss said the Ford administration 'citergy proposals hurt the working man and would increase unemploymreni hs lbrcing closure of energy dependent industries REGARDING the eeonorm, as a whole. Heuns ,aid thr outlook ahead wilt brighten because we in the Congress have seen what a hash the administration has made ot our economics and we are now determined to stop being polite and go out there and see what needs to be done. Tfis means job programs, lower interest rates get a handle on ilation and dc seniething with the international (iolla r."' Reuss was interviewed on ABC's 'Issues and Answers." monday i capsule Populto pr/10 objections revise ed down ward WA'IlN(, sear 2O4X ha'ec soung 'omien Bureau report 11h2 XstISu I ION 1' P11 -Po pulI.itioni prolect lonl been reused down ard 210o4 per cent expect to have lewer childen, the ed Sund.y Illth betiuti (ten'b' nos estimates U.S. population wihl range 'roji a low ol 245.1 niikllon toj, high of 28' mrljion Si the den iit I he cent dry. 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P. 4,. heIndependent forid. Ailigetor. Monday, Fsbninery 10, i975 Prison popu ation again at crit ca proportions By MIKE HORN Alpegor Staff Writer A skyrocketing increase in Florida's prison population that forced a freeze on new inmates last September has again reached critical capacity, according to figures released by the Florida Division of Corrections. Florida's prison facilities had a total population of 11l.531 as ol Feb iand there was a backlog of 761 in county ils awatting transfer to 'tate facilities. THERE WERE 11,521 instate facilities and 518 in county ails when Division of Corrections Director Louwe Wamnwright 'Injunction (fom HONOR COURT OFFICE page 0,neV IALS have argued that opening up the hearings would barnm the function of the Honor Court and its effectiveness. Petersen. who heads up a staff of 65 defenders, has said he opposed the opening of the hearings because it would destroy the "riehahilitative function of the Honor Court. closed the prisons to new inmates last September 'he increase is primarily affecting local pails and detention lacilities whlnch were already overcrowded and feeding their overflows to city jails for holding. [he Alachua County Adult Detention Center. built for I00 persons, now houses 107 inmates awaiting transfer to the prisons, according to Lt. imn Dyksterhouse of theocenter "WE ARE REACHING flvksterhouse said "Some of our a critical pomnt. minor offenders have already been transferred to the Gainesvrlk City Jail." Sidney Fortner. superintendent of Florida state orisons,. THREE CHEATING SENTENCES were handed down by the Honor Court Friday before the inlunction "as issued. AtI three students pleaded guilty to cheating charges and received Esim their classes and penalty hours from the Honor Court. One student received an F mn Marketing 331. Accountng 301, and Business Adnmmistration 300. penalty hours. HeI was also given six An FL in MarketinR 331 and three penalty hours "as given said all the reception centers were exceeding their limits. but he doies not expect the prison to quit accepting new inmates [he Lake Butler reception center population "as 1.182. on ly 20 inmates short of the 1.203 last Friday population which forced it to shut down last September. O.i Keller. secretary of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, said he will outline some emergency ecomnmendation' for the governor this week. "We are going to find room womewherc." le said "We aire going to do everything we can to keep from shutting down the prison. to another student and the third student tried was given and F im Statistics 320 and three penalty hours. Chancellor Harris presided over one case atid ( honcellor lay 'at in the other two. Sixty charges have now been filed against U F students allegedly involved in organized cheating last fall according to Paul Marnmish,. students who said he still expected to charge 2(n 7 I M -I & / L N L )/~flR 'It. N -r Snt Hot Slice -Rady \1/en You Are A f POECIE LA ThLY? LEOVARD'S 1245 W.UNIVERSITY AVE. SLICES 11:00AM to 1:00 AM 706 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Whole Pies after 4:00 PM 318-Si0 *1 / 'II -ThelIns I r

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Pog.46 The independent fed MiIgatov. Monday February 0o. I975 As kew, Stone vis it U F (to' Reubmn Askcn and Sen Richard Sto ne will address a conference on Florida l-ood Production Feb I I and 12 at the I. Wayne Reitz Union The conference entitled Agriculture Growth in an Urban Age. is being hosted by the UF Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences (WFAS). THE CONFERENCE Is designed to help solve problems facing the state' agricultural industry and also offer 10-year projections for 26 agricultural commodities produced in Florida. Emphasis will center on increasing technology to aid productivity, and ways agriculture can successfully interact with urban areas through land use control. taxation, water resource management, enGroup probe Dy STUART EIIMRICU AtnM. StalffWde.r The UF Honor Court is currently cowing under the close scrutiny of a judicial studentfaculty task force which was appointed by Student Body President Steve Merryday last The task force, headed by law profrisor Michael Gordon, has been looking into the honor code and how effective its enforcement has been. Task force members have set a March I deadline for their report on the honor system. They plan to start considering draft proposals at a meeting this afternoon. THE MEETING, which is open to the public, will be held in the President's Board Room in Tigert Hall at 4:30. The group will discuss the sort of rules itrorimental considcraitons. mianpower, urban waste disposal and energy allocations. Askew will make the keynote address of the conference at 3:30 p.m. Feb. I I. Stone will address more than 500 guests at a banquet beginning at 7 p.m on Feb II. Dr Kenneth R. Tefertiller. vice president bor agricultural affairs at UF. said Florida agriculture must continue to grow not only to assure adequate food supplies but to continue to bolster the state's economy. Tefertiller said the key to the, further success of Florida agriculture is increased productivity. These Increases rely on research, education, better management and striking a balance with growing urbanization. hie said. s honor code under which the Honor Court should operate. The Honor Court currently follows the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure, but some critics have stggmted that using administrative rules might be faime. ADMINISTRATIVE RULES are more informal and do not rely so heavily on legal Te task force is also looking at the hoaor code, trying to find out if students really abide by it. or if It should be discarded. Craig Mitchell, assistant attorney geneal. who is also representing the Honor Court on the task force, told the member, at their meeting last Monday that he thinks the honor code does work because "SO per cent of cheating cases are reported by students." Other topics being discussed by the task force include the reasons for students cheating and what kind of enforcement thert should be for Honor Code offenders. Bargaining hearings soon By GARY BALANOFF AllIgator Staff Writer I he Public Emiployees Relations Cornmission ts scheduled to decide by Friday where and when the opening of formal hearings oin taculty collective bargaining will be according to commission legal counsel Curtis Mack Faculty uions and associations interested in intervening in collective bargaining were required to make written proposals of suggestions concerning the date formal hearings should begin by last Friday. THEY WERE ALSO REQUESTED to include there they thought the hearings should be and isn what order issues should be discussed. Most of the faculty groups have indicated they would like to see as many hearings as possible in Gainesville. "We're ready to go as soon as possible,' Ben Stevens, United Faculty of Florid, state academic affairs chairman, said Sunday. "The longer '.e wait, the more rushed negotiations would be." THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION of University Professors (AAUP-fla.) and four taculty associations representing Varlous schools at UF also submitted suggestions for the hearings. "It would be a disaster if all parties didn't proceed in a prudent way." Dr. Ron Carpenter. vice chairman of AAUP-Fla. ,said. The legal motion came as a response to a Board of Regents letter which stated chairpersons were part of management, and were not allowed to participate in union activities. Mack said nothing will probably be done "until long after this decision." referring to the decision on the time and place of fbrmial commission hearings. U U NEW & DIFFERENT OPENING SOON McDANIELL'S FLEA MARKET 1201 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. S 0 0 SELl. YOUR PIOCUCE, CRAFT3, CLOTHING,. 5GLb LOCKABLE INDOOR BOOTHS LOW WEEKEND MONTHLY RATES CALL 378-3431 FOR INFORMATION RESERVE YOUR BOOTH NOW. ANTiQUES "PUT YOUJRSKF IN SUSINEUS" Give your love an Alliator subscri ptionfor Valntnes ay II am enclosing $5.50 per quarter for.qUrters mail s ubscription toth IndeOpendent Forida AlligatorI m enclosing $20 for NAE GF REiIPIENT 4. *~.~~9*.4*%t 4, .Is~. Well, how about your Mei ? 1 year's subscription. -sy r I I I I I

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Fees Uh. In4.penden, florid. AMug.,., Monday Mhbnuary IC, 1973. Peg. 7 recommended for rec, career services By DEBBIE IBElTl AllIgator Staff Writer The Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee (ASFAC) has recommended that six new racquetball courts, two squash courts, and five different improvements in the Career Planning and Placement Center be funded with student activity fees. The cost of the recommended proposals-8S,986-would conic out of the $l75.O00surplus left over from the budget of the last fiscal year. THE COMMInfEE, COMPOSED OF seven students, advises the Student Senate on the allocation of activity fee funds which come from the $2.27 per credit hour in student fees every student pays in tuition. The student senate must still approve the recommended proposals before funding will be allocated. IN A MEETING THURSDAY, the committee reconmended funding for five Career Planning and Placement Center proposals: Provide graduating students with a computer program that will match their qualifications to the potential employers In their field. The cost to students would be I0,00 to cover the hiring of 'a systems analyst for one year. and 50 for clerical and office txpe1%es Purchase 'esen student emaploseu rmtern ew cubicles a, a cost of 5600 Ihe portabac part't ion-desk comp(.tlnts woulId provide more prinacy .Interim ews and ma' Attract more em plox r' to ([ i ite t director M Ur Ce M.a' bcrry 'aid Microfilm student udialLan tsi Ipaccmeti recurdls jnd references for storage lou 34) year' to bN retrieved or reproduced by students (,r alumni. The equipment would cost 5,4 S. Reproduce student qualification records to be used for job interviews and senm by the Center to prospectuat en players not interviewing on campus. [he proposal would itst $63.48 annually and serve present student' and alumni .Use a prmntiip process to reproduce resunic\ graduatitg students. Ihe cost, paid for by student activatly fees would bell1 for 50 copies per student. THE COMMIflEE ALSO DECIDED on budget requests heard from the intramurals department and the UF Chamber Singers Intramnurals Chairman Dr. Paul Varuies said the "100 per cent increase in students playing racqtittball "in the past 10 years had created a "serious problem in the competition for Using courts."' (EDITOR'S NOTE: Inskde InIormatjo s a week&y feature In The Independent Florida Anlgst., provIding wnedern with authovIt In lfommation on all iapmcb of persomil health and polled. of the Student Ihuli Servlkw. Bring yer qixestlom to room 305 Reit. Unsea or th. lobby of dh. Student Heaith Service. For funke Information plea contact the Health Education Office at the Student HealSh Service Room 237) t he committee agreed and passed reconmmendation bor the construction of six new four-wail courts. costing 150.000 at Snelt Field near the law center. Also approved were two squash courts which would cost $l.0 to build. Another $1.100 recommended for intramural would add on-off switches to the present automatic fighting system on campus fields and courts. The committee decided to refer a request from the UFf Chamber Singers for $2.9qW over to Student Senate Budget and Financing Committee. lift, as one no longer has the pallor of a shut-in. For one with an excessively oily skin, the type prone to develop acne, the drying effect and light peeling is helpful. but carefully controlled exposure Is necessary. Also, ihe conjunctiva of the eyes is especially sensitive to the lamp rays. Eye lids are too thin to be protective except for a very brief exposure, and so care must be taken to protect the eves. What I. the bhat treatment for a bister? How safe are .unlamp.? Cm. using one repeatedly cause damage to the tins or skin? up 'amps ttte disinct trom heat lamps, are usually LemOin l>01( quart/ crystals. Ihbese crystals aire made to hbratt this ending out photon' or rays of energy of short wasc IengtF and great frequency w hich are chemacall' a tiec In 'wht spetiumi these appear at anid lus, esoind the purple niohe 'ont, I hey are cousins to the dreaded X rays and gammi IJys. I teqtiettly. repeated sun lamp radiation is damaging. It JVCs 'F 'kin causing drying, thing and abnormal blood seueiuation. I hese changes are ot a prec-ancerous Ild bit In tat ruse, the skim pigment cells produce a tan and the Usually blisters are best left alone and kept clean, dry and to'ered. [he fluid inside is a good culture medium tor baitterna and should not be contaminated No cover available "' protective a' skin. It A blister needs to be opened for whatever reason, i.e, In.''on. performance. etc then under cican conditions uhe M 'yerof kwshould he renioved jn ml n antibiotic m Sen' applied The best comer we have found is called "moleskin and I' available commercially Moleskin is quite useful ii presentuon of blister formation. Ho. do conce, celks behieve differently from normal nil.s? Normal cells gro for a purpose-to form the body or to repair worn or damaged tissue. ( ancer cells grow for no reason. [hey displace or destroy normal cells, and if onthemii reaction is a healthy glow. Psychologically this is a checked, spread to other parts of the body. for J. GEl IS BAND Ticket holders ARE STILL AVAILABLE UNIVERSITY BOX OFFICE NOON to 4:30 p.m. 0 .FEB. 17 INSIDE INFOR MA TION

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Peg. 8. The Indepiendent florida Miiggflr. Monday, Februery IC. 191s EDITORIAL Housing rent Rent hikes bor UF housing, like the ones now being considered by Tigert Hall. are getting to be something of an annual affair. Dorm rent has increased every year lir the last three years. The overall increase for dorms and married housing is 47 per cent for the past three years. UF Housing Director James Hennessey says the way things look now, rent will have to be increased. Housing, because it is an auxiliaryy service'' has no income other than rent. So last week the Board of Regents authorized a rent hike at the discretion of the UJF administration. The question is, even without a dramatic change in economic conditions, are there places costs can be cut as an alternative to raising dorm and married housing rent? a Before a decision is made onthe rent icreases. student tenants. Vice President for Student Affairs Art Sandeen has indicated such a hearing will be held. Faced with a rent hike, student tenants should examine what services, if they were given a choice, they would do without to keep rent at the current level. Student Government Consumer A ffairs Secretary Dan Lobeck presents figures which suggest well overst $1O3 co be saved by Laundering of sheets and towels costs students $11.25 a quarter, about the amount of the proposed increase for a non-air-conditioned dorm r oom. Based just on our own experience in the dorms, it seems there are a substantial number of students who supply and wash their own linen, and thus are paying for a service they don't use-. Of course, even if linen service is a practical place to cut costs, it might just run into opposition from the administration, since it is an in-house operation whose elimination might cost some career service jobs. That, we don't think, is a good enough reason not to cut linen service to avoid a rent increase. Another budget area that deserves scrutiny is the number of Resident Advisors. But RA's are, after all, students, and we don't like the idea of cutting students from the payroll. Then again, we wonder whether an RA on every floor is really necessary. Dorm dwellers whould examine whether they want to pay for an RA service they don't need or use. Along the same line, we wonder if the Housing bureacracy isn't a bit feather-bedded, what with Hall Advisors over the RA's and then area supervisors and their staffs at the next level. And student tenants should be warned that cutting these 'counseling" positions may be a sore point with administrators, The reason is that the only way the Board of Regents can legally maintain a policy of miandatorydorm residence for freshmen is to claim these "counseling" services provide a definite educational benefit. The freshman requirement, waived last quarter because of a tremendous demand for dorm accommodations,has been used and may have to be used again to keep the dorms filled, which in turn pays off the bonds that built them. At any rate, we trust a public hearing will be held on the rent increases. And we hope we're not being too optimistic when we trust the decision will be made AFTER students express their wishes at the hearing. Max always had been a low down, barrel bottom, trash can. irtydealing chat, frm the tie he crawle ot of bhi iji the hospital to cut his own umbilical cord, and he did it with his teeth. AS A KID he double-crossed, back-stabbed, and crotchkicked his way up through the educational system. He gave book reports on books that never existed, he wrote essays first and outlined them afterwards. In fact, by using.a lead pencil Max scribbledso many tes nswes onctthe top of hs desk i bullets. .But sixteen years of education had polished Mau up quite a bit and he figured the job interview would run smoothly. 'Avd you think you have the qualifications to work with our corporation and fight it out in the world of big business?" the executive asked through his cigar. "YES, I'VE had four straight, well four solid years of education at the University of Florida." "oteu didn't take any sociology, psychology, or any of those 'Oh no sir. It was business all the way through. I got my language requirement by taking statistics I can even speak a little COBOL (computer language). In fact I even joined a fraternity.".,, .d o did yo e t in this fraternity?" "YOU LIED, that's a good sign there son. You might make it in business after all. Tell me. can you speak A rabic?" "Yes, sir.'' "Two lies in one minute. That IS a good sign." "And what is your GPA. as if it matters." "It's a perfect four-o sir." "Three lies! You are gonna niake it son." "No. it was a perfect four-o. I read ala the exams the night before the tests. I even managed to gain a monopoly on test sales, so I also made a lot of money on the deal." "AND WHAT clever strategy did you use to acquire these exams?" "I found them in the dumpsters. They were stuffed full of exams. One day Ijust happened to be crawling around in one with my date and this whole pile of tests came tumbling down The Independent Florida Alligator E A.lonyK.dio.r. JomnwV Cook& An. Molp4,uri C. Roy shipp TonMocoamoro Ray McG. Jr. Donna Labe no Lyed. S&Jt -ia Wdnan TONY AJINADE SATIRE on us. It took an hour to dig our way out and I guess they must have had sonme sticky questions on them because when we got home they were attached all over us like sandspurs or 'Four lies. You'redoing great sonWhat did you do after that?" "The right. just and ethical thing to do. I threw then, away before they corrupted my high moral standards. But a week later I sold my trash can to some non-brothers and I guess there were still a few of those exams laying around at the bottom because the next thing you know the administration accused me of selling exams." "FIVE LIES. You just might make it. What did you do after that?" "Well a couple of GPA freaks got down on us and they accuse megsfraisng the curv in all the businclasse a nd such a high curve." "So what did you do?" I sold them the test and they shut up." .Did the administration believe your stoty?" "Well some of them doubted the dumpster part. I mecan I guess it seems kind of odd for a fraternity boy to be %crounging around dumpsters when we always said we were too good for a lot of the buildings on campus. After al1. a pair of s40 socks just doesn't mix with a bundle of trash. But I got away with it.'' "WELL, anyone who can lie, cheat. steal, and get away with it is bound to be a success in business. You're hired boy and one last word of advice if you want to be able to comnrnunicate with your associates." 'What's that? Never tell then. the truth?'' 'Well that's one. but you better also polish up oin your Aiabic." David Sn,ih Editrin-ehiMf Oovidvellgn C News Sir T.i Wod Managing Editor '01mb Brugmon LoycutEior ..GnvuiMonwgp Asaiantoennqg~000., .Mmlnlsrsl. sac --.Acconeq 1.echl Sectuw necdaar Mw4 ng PFduaen Mee. cIrial Nocdewon~ M.wgre lau Jon.s Lsyogt Editor PubiS by Cam pus Conmminmetions.in' P.O. Sox 13266 Unnetyu Station. Gain.dl., fMd, wist offe ka. bad t. Colleg. Inn 'y73 W.e uius,t Annn. ILI~t.ffk ph.,., s-ma. Dtaamn: iy~sa. I 1 H ow to make it in bus in ess I

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V Th. kndependent Fisgdo AMlIgotor, Monday, Febncvy 10. 1975, Peg. 9 Looking ltlITOR: I he arguments theex of heFlorid a Alligator, date niiqpe Martimez. and Sigma Ohsl kelt Chi tall short of their ais co I of open proceedings in couple' it theating trials. I here w mHE RESPONSE of the "ill sMr \ihiator and Sigma Delta the ex ( to the secret proceedings BUTl unpredictable as Pavlov's 'impie lwgs Ihbe word 'secret' us that is uttered and every journalism prehen student within miles begins to knowle' NEivJIC. sublet. It's apparent that the issue measure here us not the fadt that with. several students cheated on But c'am' that they had gained examnn ICLCss to. But that it's created el miin a scandal', to borrow the quickly cem from the beginig of numbe Sigma Delta Chi's executive exam statement. And scandals seem poor ro be the order of the day for relatic the local campus media. probie The Alligator has enough educate trouble handling the news it the arn determines publishable, as is. scrutia Mere courtroom reporting newsp can not adequately cove, the photog complexities of trial hearings. and th IF WE COULD each Mr. personally scrutinize the message entire proceedings, then refers perhaps we could react inscheme tellegently and rationally. more However a reporter's are pr collective data is filtered Howevi through their mind and later, mark further edited in the form of a positiui news story. which What has happened i. that of why) people have cheated ow' their how its exams and many were able to the fut because they had access to TlE for sc mfll plo to (0h(e it mpletItlve 1s LI i. d with htunn Iilum *ill iliw aw be thosewto ve for Ipersonal .1 at peinse ot othicrs EVEN (hit ', to lI the e'anm wer' dii, Si they werc .1 com sable c'aluatioiio the dge gained on the I hen ,nly secur'ts re, needc t, be dce l' :fone ,r mire ol (he were a melan. ol ation it, order to Cut dlown student rs. or Il possibly the was unfair result ot a profcs s or -st Ud enTt rnship, then the lies within our onal system These ate ens in need of public ~y, hot that the aper can't get raphs of the accusers e accused-. Martinez's spiritual e comes close when he to grades, testing s. self-conlidence and determination. These oblenms of education. ~r, he ends up with the of Cain. moral ,ns. and adulthood fon't solve the problem people cheated and should be deal! with in U re. mere act ol getting Defense Deportment wouldn' tinmk twice EDITOR: In your editorial, "lnjustwce." you overlooked a very important point that Mr. Weinberger made, which was. "the U.5. could save up to 5650 million." (mn cutting down on the abuse of food stamps." Our Department of Defense would never tinmk twice about wasting that much to build tanks that won't work and jet tighters that can't fly. Marc Saval 4 AR. andals \the these problems While lie Honor Court of ficia Is tid h1 Ivurnilisti ,eedots fight it out on the front page anl in am hedirrtil cuoluumis. the liable alchceating w.ill h 'in by I-In g no ean iimd It to the COpS lOlmfli O. let aline the hick page '0 m111h for public scitmny, Peter W Jones That wasn't exactly EDITOR: I was quoted incorrectly in the 1-27 Alligator to the effect that no serious new cases involving violations of academic freedom or other professional standards had occurred "since Dr. E.T. York was UF President." What in fadt I stated was that there had been no such eases since Dr York became President. OF THE six major cases with which I am familiar, one (jones) developed initially when Dr. Reitz was President. five (Lamborn, Mcgill. Capehart, Blye and Cornwell) while Dr. O'Connell was President. The Lamborn and Capehart eases were resolved (along with another potentially serious dismissal case) during Dr. O'Connell's presidency. The Jones case was resolved, and preliminary proposals for a procedure to resolve the Blyc case were intiated during Dr. York's presidency, during which time also a number of major UF Policy Manual changes were made in response to recommendations from the National AAUP office. The right Mcgill. Blyc and Cornwell cases at-c still in the courts. incidentally. $ AUP did not hold that Dr. Cornwell "had his academic freedom abused." AAUP's concern was directed chiefly (but not only to the fadts that the UP administration took no action to remedy the UP Senate Academic Freedom & Tenure Committee's finding (after an extensive hearing process) that Dr. Cornwell's department had improperly applied UP tenure criteria. or to implement the Committee's recommendation that the administration co-operate in attempting to secure a lineitem for Dr. Cornwell in another department which might, in due course, then determine whether to recommend tenure. Other issues included the vagueness of certain UP tenure criteria involved (since then deleted), and the failure of the Board of Regents to hear an appeal. Richard H. Hiers AAUP Chapter President, 1972-74 Another student housing rip-off Distorted picture EDITOR, Student Housing is again involved in one of its periodic rip-ofts of student tenants. Supposedly due to increased utility coat., it is raising all rents. including rent for tarried student housing. HOUSING knows very well that tenants in married housing pay their utilities separately from their rent, and that the cost of utilities already has been raised, Thus the extra live dollars they are lacking on (the third such increase ini two years) has nothing to do with utilities costs, and is simply a convenient means of slipping an increase past the Board of Regents. The Independent Florida Alligator Ooog Oldi "Me.* Rton Cunmingloni ano lier 0.0rg. Kochpnaec Jr. fret. Sher ewenr -arsir Mi Kewnon Mst N. SlUt Although the supposed goal ot James Hennessey's organization is to provide low-cost housing for students. keeping costs down has never been oneof its strong points. In addition to raising our rent, their latest brainstorm is consideration of putting cable TV into Diamond Village. which would raise all Diamond Village residents' rent another 53.50 per month. FORTUNATELY, this latter proposal has been left to the tenants' discretion, and will probably not be approved. (Most of us are here to study. not to watch TV.) A procedure is badly needed so that Housing in the future cannot go to the Hoard of Regents to request rent increases without prior notification of' tenants. Presently, tenants are faced with increases as accomplished facts, and have no opportunity to present opposing information to the Regcents. We are generally first aware of increases through articles in the -Alligator'. and by then it is too late for any effective action. Student Government. which claims it does something,. could substantiate its claim by publicizing proposed increases ,&ell In advance of the dates upon which they wilt be acted by the Regents. THANK YOU for lyring to keep us informed of what they (the University administrators) are doing to us. rather than for us. R.E.Bal EDITOR: On page II of Thursday's Alligator you report certain observations by Mr. Richard Adams on British Universities. It is regrettable that they present a picture distorted beyond all recognition. The type of rigid 'supervision' to which he alludes passed away long ago -even at Oxford and Cambridge. I should say that British students enjoy a measure of freedom quite as great as that found anywhere in the world. The assertion that "there's still a feeling women have no business in colleg&" is. I am glad to say. too absurd to merit detailed refutation. I: would be interesting to learn what evidence Mr. Adams possesses to support his (apparent) implication that 'suicides and breakdowns" during final e taminations in Britain exceed the number of similar misfortunes in A merican colleges. Fortunately my years at the Universities of Cambridge and London have not taught me to regard British students as ''just cold fish.'' I willingly endorse Mr. Adam's remarks on the friendliness of their American counterparts: but do not feel that, in doing so. I must denigrate my cornpatriots -cnen "with a smile D.W.T. Vase7 Visiting Associate Professor Greek and Latin The exra 60 Half a truth, half a truth. Half a truth onward To the University Strode the six hundred. Forward the student brigade! Here are our cards! they said. Into the basement of Tigert Strode the six hundred. 'Welcomet" officials cried, Smiling and shifty-eyed "This class has multiplied!" Someone had blundered. Theirs not to make amends 'These are the latest trends -" (That's how the budget bends.) Into the basement of Tiger Strode the six hundred. Registrars to the right of them Deans to left of then, Vice-Presidents in front of them Volleyed and thundered. Handled the crisis well: Fired some personnel. Are wemen"orare"we'Nautz"' Dean of the College. he's Making apologies fo the six hundred. When will their glory fade? They stormed the barricade Noble six hundred. What though the classes swell? What though the standards fell? On paper it looked well: An extra sax hundred. Maurice Meshugeh L

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N,, Pg. iO. II. Indepeundent forid. Ailgotor. Monday, .bnscy tO, 1915 Student named to check profits of books tore By JANET TAYLOR Alliator Staff Writer Dwight Hall. I UC. a UF finance and banking major, wila examine the financial records of the Campus Shop and Bookstore today. HiII was named by Student Government Secretary of Consumer Affairs Dan Lobeck to check the records of the bookstore following a ian. 28 meeting with Richard Schiffii. UF business manager. Lobeck charged the bookstore with making excess profits at that time. "WE SHOOT FOR a }ow profit and we achieve a low profit," Schiffli said. He added the bookstore was operating on a profit margin of 2.7 per cent. Sam Getzcn. manager of the bookstore, would not allow Hill to see the records until he had permission from Schiffli. Schiflih said at the Jan. 28 meeting the records would be available for an audit. He said excess profits might be an accumulation of profit that the bookstore had not counted on. "HE KEPT INSISTING on things that I just felt weren't accurate," said ix'beck of the meeting with Schiffli. Lobeck did a study of the competing bookstores' profits compared to the campus bookstore's profits In the spring of 1974, Getzen said. the campus bookstores profit margin was around jour per cent, according to Lobeck's study. Lobeck said he checked with Florida Bookstore Manager David Baucdhee and found the profit margmns to be between 1.7 and two per cent. THE STUDY AlSO REPORTED that Malone's Book and Supply Manaaer Bill Zeanah said his profits were 'no more Robbery suspec Two Gainesville youths wanted for the robbery of the First Federal Savings and Loan of mid-Florida at Gainesville Mall were arrested Friday night in New Orleans, according to Gainesville Police Department (GPD) spokesman Dick Gerard,. Gerard said GPD had been notified by authorities in New Orleans that one of the youths was arrested within the city limits of New Orleans when his car was stopped on a routine check. Gerard said the New Orleans police discovered that the than four per cen' by any mean' Getzen said the bookstores present profit margin is about one pet cent. According to Schiffi. UP policy is that the campus bookstore not compete with the other bookstores and must acquire just enough cash to remain in business. However, Lobeck claims if they have a 1 7 per cent profit margin as the other bookstores have, then they must be making a profit. ts caught in La. youth was wanted by checking a national computer lasting of wanted suspects. Under interrogation, the youth revealed the location of his accomplice. The other youth was apprehended in a mobile home in Kenner. Louisiana. Gerard said, Gerard said the youths have been charged with kidnapping and auto theft as well as armed robbery The youths abducted two employs of 1hw savings and loan during the robbers and released them near Melrose. Gerard said extradition proceedings to bring the pair back to Florida tor prosecution have begun. P t 1;

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Th. IndepndnFqorido Aligotor. Monday, Febary 1D, P975. Po*e I) H iring plan evaluated n -taii 392-9519 for ff0. information By JANET PARK ?fl[,cJ~i~iffiv~I r IAllIgator StalffWriter Sposoed y TUDENT AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL tSII.' >*C*S>,~Dr. Harold Hanson. UF executive vice president, and @ Dr. Hatte Ressent will visit 0T\, beginning this week to discuss aspects of the departments' approach to UF's affirmative action plan. Bessent. an administrative intern currently working on UP's affirmative action plan, said she and Hanson, UF director for affirmative acC g tion, have evaluated afYOO&O Mfirmativt action checklists completed by department L \ 7 chairpersons. THE EVALUATIONS of the checklists will show what -areas in a department's affirmative action program need to be concentrated on. Strengths and weaknesses of the departments' procedures for implementation of the plan will be discussed. No schedule has w oelArt ionv Groun been set up for the visits; they M rofrneltaIrtL UII .iIOU~will be on a random basis. 4VA. HJr t Vnuor 3 Sorj dO according to Bessent. The affirmative action plan is required by law to he developed and put into action. A supplement to UF's plan was submitted to the Department of Health. Education and Welfare (HEW) and is currently being evaluated. Hanson. as UF's director for affirmative action. supervises all aspects of the plan's implementation. He S saidd he doesn't think this S specific checklist system of departmental action is UPD By LINDA WISNIEWSKI AllIgator StaffWriter .' A new committee has been 4 formed at UP that plans to "open lines of communication between UPD (University 5 Police Department) and the campus community," atcording to its organizer, Ken 6 Chapman. "The goal of the UPD LUason Committee is tomake students understand the basic roleofUPDon campus. Most 8 9of the problems between UPD and students result from students being misinformed," Chapman said. Chapman plans to "open the lines of communication" by holding open committee niectings that students can attend to offer "student input."' ''A F TER E AC H MEETING we'll ask for questions and comments from the students," Chapman said, poring certain areas on a general scope. It's tempting to go out on a tangent and stant talking about parking and traffic tines, hut we wan, to HANSON ,.chmksAA plan required by HEW. INSTEAD, HANSON SAID, "We are committed to internally making sure something is happening with the plan." The checklist was formulated to directly relate to specific areas in UF's affirmative action plan, according to Bessent. The plan calls fir data to set reasonable goals for hiring women and minority workers;: several questions center on recruiting techniques. Bessent said. "Making these jobs accessible to different groups of people" is the purpose of widening the field from which job candidates are selected. "WE CAN SUGGEST non-traditional methods of recruitmentt" she said. She cited listing job openings not only in trade journals and the Chronicle of Higher Education, but in the Affirmative Action Registry as well. Another area on the checklist includes demonstrating the presence of women and minorities in the pen fines' particular job field through their attendance at conterences and through the printing of brochures showing them an research and teaching Positions. MOST DEPARTMENTS RESPONDED to the brochure development with the reminder that they had cut their expense budgets so far they could not afford to have brochures printed. Hanson said, "Something that has bothered me all along is this emphasis on the written plan itself. The Important thing is to do tight.' Other areas covered by the checklist ensure applicant selection procedures are on file and have been applied equally to all candidates, and that resources in a department are allocated fairly. HANSON STRESSED THAT some parts of the checklist "are clearly not applicable for a particular unit for this year.' For example. individusi Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (WFAS) units were required to file a checklist but since hiring is done centrally, the sections on recruiting and hiring do not apply. Developing brochures and equitable purchase of resources are examples of questions not applicable this year under the current budget picture. Bessent said the visits to departments are not under any deadline but were merely to "offer suggestion for further implementation." s ought ierest." Chapman said, problem." Shuler said. "For example. one meeting "WE HOPE TO discover will deal with rapes and how the possible existence of students can prevent them." problems students m'ay have he said, with the UPD, although we're The UPD Liason Cornnot aware of any such mittee was formed "because a problems, except maybe with lot of things last fall proved traffic and parking 'iolations. we needed greater comThese (violations) are not miunication between UPD, necessarily of student origin." the student body, and the lhe said. administration," Chapman "We want the committee to said, citing the "drug inbe a positive program that vestigation" as being the will informi students more "most prominent." about UPD" Denson said. The committee recom,THE COMMITTEE IS mended that UPD continue made up of volunteer its tours of UPD for student members from UPD. UP groups, he said. staff. andStudentcovernment "THE COMMITTEE (5G) representatives, believes these tours would Some of the committee keep students informed about members are Rob Denson. UPD." Denson said. director of student judicial All names of committee affairs and new student members will be made knowit programs. UPD police chief to students so that they Audie Shuler, and Mike "know who to contact if they Papantonio. honor court need help," Chapman said. representative, Chapman rhe committee has not set said. up a definite time or date for A total of nine people are the meetings. bus plans are working on the SG sponsored underway to hold ks' first t'omittee, he said, meeting next week. "We want the committee to The meetings will be held be a group that students can on the third floor of the i. conic to ,hen they want Wayne Reiti Union, -4

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a' Pae12, The Independent rd.a Algedor, Monday, F.6ruery IS, 197S FOR SALE 974 Suzuki '>1 380 only 2700 mile, excel lent A I condition cal I Scott at 392 8383 asking Sl00( 5 4-) WEtLl CRAFT 16 Airslot w I 40 hp Me' (rUiser Stil under worronty less than 25 hrs running Mutt see toll 375-3365 (0I0' 75-cl maU flaw. Univ An rn-u:: 729 ft 926 -, I* j C twill feeg ekea -epl nos gave flus "'The jazSlugs'" *aa' .a.,. .u itS I ~ -a~ -I -.---S. -'s.Wont to travel around ihe the University of Florida to FOR SALE Stereo Tandberg 304 2 deck used but rnmt 5250. Empire 7500 end toble ,pks 30 beouhiftul New Ako' 370 for $489 list is $%) Spec 101 low prices on .veroI Technics receivers ond cassette decks, plus discount prices Un' oilher brand nomn. comTponents full warrfnty 3?8-9192, John 0o 5t-75-p) Queen ii'. bed $40 Desk $20, both in excellent conditon, Reosonoble offers cons'derd, coil 376-6899 coil oiler 5 pm (o-4 75-p) 2 '60 Mobil. horn. 960 2bd window air oil clsc 1% both V bldg 2% ml fron, Campus wesigote $4250 376-4789 (a 5S!5-p)} ANTIQUE CLOTHES SALE Sot & Sun Feb 8 & 9 0 om, tii pm All hots. eowelvy. 532 Ave37 250 Unqe item yornaho 230 Enduro 1970 model runs good ooowmSa new top end lOb 8 tune up $0 I~ 375-3449. Sisco (a-St-75-p) double motrfrns &box spring used one month ellent conditon $75 0 coil WAT D Nl ROINSON NW 3a stflt ci's ?. hogtVAtIk 2:15 4:10 8:00 7:80 9:35 PETER FINCH LIV ULLMANN ETHE ABDICION State speaking about various organizations? FOR SALE Buffet Nine drawer antique gr*Cfl formico $75 conrad guitar with cose $35 ponnsor,'c cassett, recorder $8 373-6118 342S SW 2nd Ave $204 (a St 77pl tteaownmbl. 1974 2 bedroom Mobile tomn. PuSho nd Awning, Completely -e up Brittony Eulotes Pork Lot 174. Adult~edtion 373-2259 Afier 5 P M (AST-76-NC) :968 portiac wagon super clean fop de7-p) Mole roommate for 2 br ape needed $64 50 no + 4 util dep $64 country 2 FEMALE ROOAIlES wanted tor poolside French Quodse Apt 56 25 + utilities each coil 372-9155 (b-Tt74p, Wolk to campus No leases Extra sho'p. opt ideal fo, students, spacious bdr ,air & hoot, low rent (1242) Open 9onmRpm 377-6992 2 d $14 oeasl n quet -tio ideal for family or students Air hoot 8 $85 Utilities Paid No easel Cozy op. in secluded orco Large cleans rooms, hoot, carpets, drapes & opplioncet S1275) Open Qom 8pm 3f7-.M92 Fireplace No teasel 3 bdr, 2 both, with cir, heat, den carpets pe*s welcornell (I3fl) 4tact. No leasel Air, hadl corpt* drop. kinds I pets ok Call today (258) Open ain-8pmt 377-6992 United Real Estate MAsc i13NE IbAve Open'doys 377-4992 (b-54-7h-c) hon cloe to campu central heater cond first months ren plus de. infor coil 372-2921 9-5 doily (b-5t-78-p) Subt I drm furnished Apt, StorIing Feb 15 rest of Feb rerntfre.'ohi JijdyG, 392-1281 or come by 720-A SE 4 Ave ohler 5 pm (b-St-78-1) WANTED GL ILE lM op prices paid for ckta np.s old jewelry, etc. confldfltifl Ca,, OzzIe Jc3-a94 A&-55L Need i or 2 pret female ro.,bls. fireplacel Nwa duck pond SUSO5 + 1-3 utilte IS nn fromh conmpus by bikle 375-2252 1512 NW 2nd Si come by (c-&75-p) ______________ liberal female roomnmole own roon, in 3 br house furnished, close Is camp.,.7 S nmo 1835 NW 5th Ave (c-5n-75-,) rootote womjnteo ro ot., $75 ma + uthitt own roan, on lb ocres lot no lea., no depoit coll paui 317-5497 oiler 5 pm (c-3-78-p) ar rI fle "R.MAJISTyK" "ST-oATE ii OF BOTH" .3 '*18 9:15 e* ,* ,* ,* SO., 40 PASSESOR DISCOUNT TICKETS THIS AR-ACTION * DR. H-J STEVENS MOVED TO 163) N.W l3th S. ACROSS FROM GAIN ES vyLLE NIGH S(.-OG PH(Mn 372-1229 ATS 10 RUM: 2 days S doy s or mar. 20percent dlincount thi orm moy be used to Place closlIlied ode *llher in Epencin or by mul, The mInInmum charge ii II 25*0,r EIot' Anes, For each oddifionol line odd 3SceMne Multiply thie E t by The d$mb.rogn d s h 114U AENO RSJN6 I cnd ajt. o binding oguertenr -nthe hsdesd fl N.M Sags o pIlhS.Jd coy. The .adepensd.M eIdd. Sg~es ,mne tie rigis vrS.n copy wuined k.r pAblcstIoo. and th. righM i ed, stylve. del.y or 'elect any .d*Ing copy.'R Do doys pnor 'a storning day NOT OU~i IV M4W41 toil lt's ad wilt, remittance < preered) S MIlgsov Cleaiet. P.O. h.ISI Univeally Ulesen aaln a ne~l. as0 mu Fr rnr r r-"'" .r Crt r~ T t '~~1 ~->-'~ -H~--m ~i ~i ---1 -TI -~ -"-.~ I-I FLORIDA BLUE KEY SPEAKERS BUR EAU U b N q I I I I -r

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The IndependntFMoIda Ailigotor Monday, Ebnsory 10, 1975, Pag. 13 CLASS$RiNGS 20W lv.WiY AV* 37t-4106 1WHANCOCICS AUTO REPAIR Mojor-Minor Repolvs 2O N W b0Ay. 377.5185 PRINTS MATED EDfT1CN PRINTS I 17 W.Unv. 37-3264 e t ~1 CUSM Aie MIK'S Tobacco Shop Limb. Cout .ulorator Service it. nato rsSicrtse-GenerclorsForeign Car S ervce PH. 378-4011 S08 N.8hAve. WANTED Now occoplng applicolions to sbm camp counSelors at PtNEWGOD icr bcr and girlin endersonrmllo N Wi,,, P 0 Box 4505 Normandy Brr h Mum Bench, Fl0 33)41 (C LOT 7r, P, Wonted roe oo-r~e fo --w *nr in 3 bdrmT Willbamsburg $85 per e. I 3 utiltes Behind Mpd renqer a[n 377-9633 or 373 5203 i C 3T 76 P female vaonmrrote wored 'he ii loae or, archer rood own"'oe"' I br, 211 lowrhouse opt pool our's itt, 378-49 $00 mo + ''t C St 76 P WANTED' Adn,s n r P.presfrntnt.ves jt V Atleni inn mole rind pTin Uo 'i rdpyifrsom19 Coil 3'7_1t12 ' n O' HELP WANTED AAA PPf'NE' 1 a1)t itl workers needed th's ',an. s report examine, iob oppotr s working cond't'ons burg 015 is jd weather ,formrroi Alto our p|eie of onItoctor, and subtcrfrnrrues Serirt $500 to EMPtOYMWNT OPPORTUNITIF S Box 13721 New Orleans La '0105 '@ 21 7Z pw o ,.I*obl., port''p. artist, ass' hours flexible slorling II 50 hr see 'ik '6'4 NW 3.dpl at pono ph cavenntes 'EF 37 76.P) nnmorl total music frocks ion. pref quad tape derk' Ho producre forms hopefully ,c result 'n recur ds I4 cu1l herein Qick 1614 NW 3rd P1o at p' ''0 ph coave '0105 {E 3T 76 P) Permannant Ooinesv.Ise resident ao or port time inclIudi q evenings ,-di weekends in retat nuS~c Store Should beoblefo rend music At eninirrur,'n ust ,6b able Ic ploy o lItIle guitar rid preferably i liltie banjo Mwitl hove good workrrng knowledge of nass'cal ,riusicv, well as thorough knowledge 0t current oopulor Posit ion 'rivolt es soi em work, checking in mrercharrdise 0r dering, and rmulirude of odd't'n,, '.ponsbbl des this *sa busy establish mpent and require. aggressive indiwidual miersind musiC wil hmg o sicrkr hard and willing Ho consrsleritly keep a signed hour, Prior soles ,,ork in a jetoil store preferred Refererce, r.quirsd Call Bill at 37311617 for rn terview (EST 76 C) Address and Seu$f envelope, At Home 5,W Per M-nth, Possible Ago And Locotion Does Not Matter Offer Detail, Send 50cents #Refutidoblel To TripleS5 9-T4 H4y 130, Pmnion Hrils Ca iQ2372 in40m CX MNG 1OCt31"M"RANCH Horn. rent.d by the Hr AJso hon.s for sol. 591 1347 20 rm so of GnrnvlII. On nlew 4 --mciuauIC ENGINE ANALYSIS Will AN.EU We pa o plugs., p.s cond. a labor Ilmi h&.2S 198 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-520 SUNR WERB HEALTh FOODS Heltmn 8 Wedder Nal Visl Imelas. Mineass 7 WSg A."S, b.a I Sid Nlmab ft.Se U' mln HELP WANTED '(ersertrd etainSalspeson fo'r 'r tonol nipony Quoranritad so lory o'''son Cal ""ra or Sisr 37 69/3 iFST69QCri ~lA LA (r-EAL HOSPITAL Nee.d, Pi~po'ine'd mi loll "nd gerieial '&ci urm.(n nrc *0r 3 I and Itr 7 'ts 'si o'e PN rind one ORT for rN j ~nn, Mgtbe mx per pr-ced ell11 i err ploy,., tendt Is rod work 'eat.ir I 3221 t 22 .'tNr t-e212 SW C AUTOS 'O S C)RVFTTF PLACE We buy and '' ncrksciivillr Hlorda I 388 3311 1 1* bnrd ii. D Wugoni PS PS t0 Pass T Hitch f $t()0 J3Q SNV 'G 5776 P> VAZOA I)] FRX2 o''ly l70jvie am ja','i'uofcaor sedan sirver grey iii' 16r5012 &L!u iigSI)?nfl PERSONAL SAMMI('S ARRIVED PROM LONOON, NOW OPEN Specializing in English ho', ultt ng, blow woving for the .i look gsex Drop by Colonial Plozo 716 W I v Ate 3f643 (i S0t-53-p) W-dOinQ nv'irei'oiis $11 40 per 100 '''mess yards s 19 95, rubber stomp, mnognetir signs, offset printig Cliff Hoi 'rutng 1103 N Mom {J FR 50-C) jol 55 ce. 5 NW 5th Ave S5r even in9_ t'aro loios over 'i 37 8039 I J $20 per rnor, raftt I3ih Si i Men thri, 1_/_ 7131_ J-20T 60-Pt ho'' removed per Edirmund Dwe'r 70 yearS experience FR 61 C1 ABO#TION S tGAL for ,nfo on tow cost. se uburiorns in mode, approved f
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I Pug. A 14,. eIndependn*Rforido Aligo'or. Monday. Febrovy 10, P975 -1? 44 4 ar~ ~Aa;4s r ~4I',4n bNV! SNUFY'Spub styl. Lunches, imported b.r fin. win., .njoy our fomoos fnufly Burgeroat 1017 W. Usiveritly For b.r, win. keg. and I come to GATm VEAOUi. 2003 SWlflhI'S Op.n 3Com to 12 pm. Fo. .om.Ihing new In a dinn.r r.flhmn tIvth, pu nIi LI ght, Cmn City and lhe. BISO A OAMWIA -win -s chnmes breed., hulk. Mon. Sal. 7 pm. till? Wooden mhwic oil week. Happy Hour Mon Fr 4.7 pm. A spisodid time Is guoront.d for oil. 2fl NW 6 S377-98% COUJASY KITCHEN Is flow 0ed lheidc M.e N. 441 372-6219 Alibi GACl HAUE -El.In, Tok.-ot, In.e It d.Ivamd. Enlv amr food (cnd baer or win.) any way yoo wont. 377h. shib. JMce hr im5 Wed thi. 376-2339 serving homsemod. soup salads sonds wiche. jukae nmo11h1g and bhked goad. op.n 10:30-5:30 1I-4:U0 Sot. M/T~tMa' lOE' 2ho. on offmyou con' mefu. Sup.r lunch .peclols for only $1.25. Ovmr5O .ondwlch.s t chocnf m*OatlISIW lI13ST. IJt'Amr/ DOMINO'S PIZZA -FREE DELIVERY. Eost.Id. 376-33)7, Campus 376.2487, W.*lId. 3782415. -. GAINESVILLE'S NEWEST AND SEaT CHINESE CINE AND COCKTAILS fl SW 3m Wet T.a.fl. jndS ~n I.ah~a ~5~.~p. I--og ---a 1HE OI NALI MOMTREAL SOFTWARE %/ lb. IMPORTED HAAM B SWISS $5.35 BUDWEISER $150 flYCHE I --.--. ------I I I I I I I I I I ii -You can have' a coupon' ad on this pge fori --$7-. 9I0'2 ---So Your own pnsonatgd I vammuwnes uycards I $2 off regular prIce I Campus Communistjon. I a ~Call Peggy 376-4482 I I I I I I I I I I I I I "t ATMoj bbv ~s.mva e M e ts' "s.'3' -'--"k ----I I I I I I I I I I I I I -J I*veyr nSweetheart a hand poaltd Valentine Gift & save at least 50% by doing ,tyore. I( w s also give you a $2.00 discount with tis coupon Coupon good Feb. 10 Shiv Feb. 14I e n.e~hPlaster Gallery H eKa "ystal 1432 W. UNIV. AVE.1 Ii e. I NFLATIONI FIGHTER IKRYSTAL KING FRENC H FRIES'Vi L ARGE COK E Ia a~. w DINt IN O TAJ(S O~? Al AIA*A&* Mac.' SPEC EAL VALENTINES MESSAGE PRINT ED FR I. F EB.14 IN TH E CLASSIFIEDS CAL I I I I I I I I I I I I 'a 11 I I I U 2 11 I II I I I I 11 r Y I r r rT M111111 L1111 111 I i lli 11 I I I o'1

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TIhc [ndepeneI -Florida AlligatorS O'T Pag. IS Monday. Fbmi.,y 10. 1975 Gators whip L SU 92-76, tackle Georgia tonight By ANDY COHEN A llipto, Sports Writer John Lotz shudders every time he hears the name Jacky Dorney. And he's got good reason to. DORSEY IS Georgia's freshman superstar and is currently averaging 27 points a game for the Bulldogs. The 6-foot-7 leaper almost single-handedly destroyed the Gators victory hopes in Athens last month as he pumped in 31 points and easily controlled the boards. But the Gators had six players in double figures that night,. and thwarted Dorsey's one man attempt as the Orange and Blue were victorious by 14 points. Now, one month later, just about the time Lotz has begun to forget about Dorsey. he must prepare his team to face him 0,1cc again as the Gaters will host Georgia tonight at 7:30 in Alligator Alley. "DORSEY IS ONE cf the finest players in America." Lotz said. "And he's only a freshman. He's the type of player that can turn a pcame around by himself. He has added a tremendous amount to Georgia's team But despite his presence. the Bulldogs have found it tough winning games recently while the Gators are currently --. joying a three-game victory streak. BRUNOLAYSIT UPFOR IWO .has scored 49 points in lost two games "Georgia was beating Kentucky by six points at halftime, so you know they have a talented group. 'Lotz said. "We will once again have to play our best basketball in order to win." THE GATORS most recent win was a 92-76 triumph over Louisiana State. Chip Williams could do no wrong Saturday as the Gator captain grabbed down 21 rebounds, a career high and pumped in 25 points to lead his Gators to their third consecutive Win. When Williams wasn't hitting his short-range jumper. Bruno Caidwell was, as the sophomore guard equalled Williams' scoring total with 25 points. THE ALLIGATOR ALLEY crowd of 4.480 saw the Gators mount a IS-point lead on live different occasions during the game but LSU refused to fold as each time they slowly edged GLENN HANSEN, their way back into striking distance.FrwdH A fter UF went into halftime leading 50-43, mostly due to 20 ~W~ opening-period points by Caidwell. LSU came out strong, Gene Shy and M narrowing the Gator lead to iwo points. 50-48 with 18:00 on for the Gators as ti the clock. Along with Will But Wilhams and Caidwell resumed their scoring show and starting guard Don the Orange and Blue pulled away for the final victory margm., the Bulldogs. THE BENGAL TIGERS' all-everything forward Glenn DORSEY'S sup Hansen put on sonic kind 'f performance of his own as the talented freshman senior standout scored 36 points. Dorsey aid the Btil Caidwellclaws By LOUIS BRANCACCIO Alligator Sport. Wrier (jldwell--the cat. There no need to read the nanmc otr the back of his jersey or remiember hRs number. You'll know Norman "Bruno" Cald.ell, IF guard. w hen he steps on the court. HF'S THE ONE that pushes that behind the back pass to .is i,:ate or brings home tw.o points by nailing a 20-foot tie sialks his opponent w.ith last feet and hummmtig hands Before he eightt barely begis-it's over Bruno s prey was another cat Saiurdas ittersioon. the LSU Bengas Figers. and when it was over he had clawed 25 points, bringing UF to a stirring 92-7h win. Combinig last week's point production against M'sissippi. Bruno is one point shy of half a hundred. BRUNO SAID his mai, lob is to hit the open man on the court. Rut when the open manlI is Bruno. he takes the shot. "Coach Lotz, gives me a tree hand. I have the go ahead and rake it if I got it." Bruno said. And Bruno had Ut Saturday. He said when he takes that first 20 foot jumper and it eases through the net. it sets up a positive attitude for the rest ol the game. "I DIDN'T think twice about it. I just shot," Bruno said. 4,.GENE SHY FLLQW BOUNCING BALL. anmen led all scorers with 36 poInts ike 1.edermen were also in double figures hey scored 14 and 13 points respectively. ims Shy and Caidwell, Lotz plans on Bostic and forward Jerry Moore against porting cast is filled with youth as a crop led by Tony Flanagan and Charlty Ildog cause. Tigers [he trouble sometimes begins. Eruno said, when he thinks too tong about whether he should or should not shoot. Bruno did iiot have that problem Saturday Nine of IS from the field. miost of them coming trom 20 leer out, and seven of eight from the tree throt line, I he gators built up a huge lead. IS points, only to see it whbitt led n. a' once again-this time to Iwo points with f6 niinutcs [eit Rrrno said the Galors haic a tendency to let down when thier zicle'c ., him lead "WA'E GET nonchalant," Bruno said. But the Gators w.on convimcigly and Bruno sees an etcellent chance for the Gators to limish the season strongly. Lots ii gi's got their contidencenow," Bruno said of his (cammawe' Although Bruno had hot hand shornimg Saturday afternoon. he said tie still enjoys the passes he makes. "WHEN I make the good pass, the crowd goes 'ooo,' When I take the good shot, the crowd goes 'ahh. I like the oo's better than the ahh's," Bruno said Caidwell and the rest of the Gators pounce on the Georgia Bulldogs tonight. Caidwell. Watch him close tonight because he's sharp. 'lake your eye oif him and he'll tear the net apart with a juniper quicker than a. Caidwell-the cat. UF wrestlers now 31-0, await FlU By CHRIS GARRITY Alligator Sports Writer The Gator wrestling team flesh off its 3lst straight duel meet victory over Louisiana State Thursday night in Baton Rouge. will try and make it 32 Tuesday night as they host Florida International University (FlU) at Alligator Alley. UF which had its problems with apesky LSU squad went into the final bout at' that match behind IS-l6b. IIE AVWEIGN T M ask Totten rose to the occasion for the second straight week pinning his toe and pulling out the match as he did against Kentucky. Head Coach Gary Schneider took a jugled lineup wo Cajun Country minus three SEC Champions, watched In disbelief as two of his wrestlers built up huge leads only to lose their matches. Freshman Vic Holloway had a 7-2 lead with 30 seconds left in his match before he got put on his back and lost 10-9 on riding time. JOE RUSSO, filling in for injured SEC Champion Tin, Granowmtz was winning his match q-o at 142. when he got caught on his back in an offensive position and pinned himself. And Jeff Davis senior 158. pounder wrestling at 167 injured his knee early in his match before he got pinned in the finalisecond of the second period of his bout. Schneider. who said he was just happy with winning the meet said after the match. "We had every bad break pssible in one match, and Holloway's and Russo's matches were particularly unfortunate." IN SLIPPING BY the Fighting Tigers, UF had outstanding performances tronm Ailie Haberman 126, Mike Cotians 334. Bob "Georgia Boy" Saville I5O. Dan Lubell 158, and Tim Worsowcz I 77 who all won decisions,' Saville rolled to a 17.3 superior decision and Worsowicr beat LSU'S Sam Allen S-I, in the Gator's biggest wins. Allen had been a second place finisher in the junior college nationals. UF will put their un.defeated mark on the lint once again tomorrow night against FlU, which Assistant Coach Chtt Sanders says has a "pretty good team.' THE GATORS will go with a juggled lineup again, as defending 118 pound campon Bob Roberts will be rested. Both Granowitz who is still bothered by aknee injuryand Davis will definitely tniss the match Rut. one good note for I F is that Henry Jackson, defending SEC Champ at lqO. who missed the LSUJ meet with an ankle injury, will wrestle. According to Lusbell. the tean's leading authority on opponents, "FlU wilt be strongest in the 142-167 weight classes." FlU, which is comprised of junior and senior college transfers finished 5th in the Sunshine Open right behind the Gators earlier this year. and will be trying to reverse the tables when the match begins at 7:30. Jackson. co-captain of the Gators says FlU is "ex--big win at LSU perienced and wants to beat us badly." 1'

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Nag. 16. Th. Independmne Pagid. AJioaor. Monday. Fbneoiy 1I. 1975 UFs W By RICK ADELMAN Alligator Sport. Writer Last week at the Millrose Games it New York. Mike Sharpe became the first Glator so run 60 yards in six seconds. Now Willie Wilder has become the second. THlE MUSCULAR sprinter from Hames City lied Nharpe s record Saturday iight when he won the 60yard dash at the LSU Invitatiwnal flht victory was one of tour Lady THE UF'S WOMEN'S SWIMMING TEAM came hack Ironm a Miami defeat last weekend to dunk Florida Stare University (PSU) 68-62 Saturday afternoon in Florida Pool. Lady G3ator coach Sue Halfacre said that FSUJ was a better team than whet, UF met then, in January They (FSU) have Improved considerable over our d er ties Shar pe record tor the Gators Wilder, a halfback on the Baby Gator football team. defeated Greg Edmuonds who "is one of the best sprimters in the country" according to UFP assistant coach Roy Benson STEVE GOMEZ ex. tended his winniing streak to rour as he captured first place in the I0M)-yard run in a ('ime ol 2-125. Gonme, also ran the threequarters of a mile leg on the victorious distance medley Gat or S last meeting, hut then so have we, particularly our divers,"' Halfacre said, adding that 'he was really plcascd with the performance ol Iresh man diver Lynn Bassett "We weren't down trom, (he Mi'anmi defeat, our main concern was sickness on the team." assistant coach "Mo" Hughes said. THE UF WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM easily INTR AMUR ALS Men's Dormitory Bowkng will begim today. Men's dorm,, Little Sisters Sorority anid Co-Rec schedules may be picked up in the IM office Friday, 229 Fla. Gym, 392-0581 XO won Orange League Sorority Badmutton and AXO won the Blue League championship today is the deadline for signing up for Men's and Women's One-on-One basketball competition. Contact the IM office. 229 Fl. Gym. 392-0581. Tuesday is the deadline for signing up for Men's Independent Tennis and Engineering Basketball. team, but the foursome failed to qualify toi less than a Swede Pai honor, in winning im 4A Doerr was t yard run. FRIDAY Philadelphia the Gators the NCAA s by econd. Wallin took top the mdce run. 13 2 while Ton, hird in the 600NIGHT track picked 'I: at the Classic three second places and one third hut the performance of the evening from the Gator point of view was turned in by 64X11 ports improved its record to 10-3 Saturday by defeating South Florida 79-35 A slow half ended with a 38-14 UP score [he second half saw the Lady Gators surge ahead in spunts. until the final 4-poznt victory. Leading the Lady Gators with 14 points were guards Freida Chetnmg and Val Bezarte. Gater Bonnie Bohall sank 13 points, and S-Il Sue Chambers scored tnme points and grabbed eight rebounds. UF WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM easily defeated South Florida 9-0 Friday. Lady Gator Coach Sue Whiddon was extremely pleased with what she saw as her women netters took to the court for the first time this year. "I anm impressed with the depth of strength our new players have given us." Whiddon said. "Inner Horace 1uitt [he "Trinmdad terror's" full second better that, runner-up Robert Ouku. a 1972 Olympic gold medal heGator's mile relay but had to settlec frsecond plact. two tenths of a second behind the nations toHa II MITCHELL GOINGS, I uitt. Noel Gray. and Beaufort Brown were clocked in 3. 3.3, breaking last season's mark of 3:14.2. lnthe440-yard dash Brown 'as second to Seton Hall's Charncy Josephs. who won in 48.7 seconds. Brown was time in 49.3. Mike Sharpe got second place in the 60-yard dash as he was nipped at the wire by Steve Riddick. Both runners were clocked in 6.!. GATOR HESLEY Bostic tied his own school hurdle record of 7. I set in 1973 when he finished third behind North Carolina Central's charley Foster and runner-up Willie Davenport. Marty Liquori won the mile run in 3:55.8. second fastest time ever recorded indoors. UF's Frank Belts was seventh in 4:09. Severa' Gators took part in the Mason-Dixon Games Saturday night but the results were not available at press time. EVERY MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET 532 "PICK VOtEl FAVOlUT S.Iecllon of flavor baked piza and garden fredk salad. 316 S.W. 16th Ave 376-4521 ALSO NOON lIME LU rE "'I., 4 lb St V. r