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Motion to lift injunction denied

By STUART EMMRICH likely to occur if the temporary injunction was not issued.
Alligator Staff Writer TO SHOW THE SUNSHINE LAW has been violated, or
that it is likely to be violated Turner said, constitutes showing
Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green Monday denied a motionby irreparable harm would be caused if the temporary injunctionwas
UF to remove a temporary injuction against holding secret not issued.In .
..fv V hearings in the Honor Court's investigation of cheating in the response to arguments by Biggs that the injunction was
UF College of Business Administration.Green improperly issued because The Alligator and the Sun were not
will hear arguments today in a suit filed last Fridayby required to post security bond, Green amended his Friday
f aUFATTORNEY S The Alligator and the Gainesville Sun to make the in order to require the papers to post a $1 bond.
juction permanent. Until then, the temporary injection Green also ruled an affidavit by UF law, student Judy
w granted by Green Friday has halted all trials ,of students Collins was sufficient to show she was legally poor and so did
charged in the cheating scandal. not have to post a bond. Collins Friday filed a suit identical to
UF ATTORNEY TOM BIGGS told the court the injuction The Alligator's and the Sun's.
should be removed because it should not have been granted GREEN HEARD THE ARGUMENTS on UF's.motion in
without notice to UF. Starke.
Biggs argued that a temporary injuction without notice UF has refused to open the Honor Court hearings, citing a
should not have been issued because.the suit did not show Board of Regents' policy that keeps student disciplinary.
irreparable harm would be caused if it wasn't issued. records confidential.
THOMAS BIGGS Green ruled in favor of arguments by Larry Turner, lawyerfor
the Sun, that the suit violations of Florida's
argued alleged '
against injunction Monday (See 'Cheating, page six)
Governmrnt-in-the-Sunshine Law had occurred and were

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Mautz : Cut budaet ., new students I


.. 1 By TOM SHRODER mendations to the legislature based on the DOA's proposals"in enrollment in all four year state universities.If .
Alligator Staff Writer the near future."" Matuz said. adopted,the proposed limit would reduce the number of
\ Planning figures indicate UF will have 69 fewer academic new freshmen at UF to 2,465.
State Universtity System Chancellor Robert Mautz has positions in 1975-76 than this yea/ This year UF admitted 3,551 new freshmen.Future .
instructed UF to admit no more than 85 per cent of 2,900 Dr. Robert Bryan, UF vice president for academic affairs,
freshmen allowable under the present enrollment limit. said presently only 53 positions are vacant.
Mautz also asked UF to plan on a minimum reduction of ,
5.2 per cent in faculty, staff and administrative positions in HOWEVER, BRYAN SAID, "I 1 think it will be possible to
197576. surrender 16 additional position without forced termination,"
I In order to avoid forced terminations of present facutly, 16
MAUTZ MADE THE REQUESTS based on preliminary academic positions must become vacant due to normal attrition
budget proposals of the Florida ,Department of Ad. between now and July 1, Bryan said.
ministration (DOA). In addition to faculty UF should plan to eliminate 24 nonacademic -
The DOA's proposals include the elimination of graduate service positions. The ratio between academic and
fellowships. non academic positions should remain the same, Matuz said.
Matuz said he wrote a. letter to Askew opposing the
elimination of state funds for graduate fellowships."WE ALTHOUGH NO REDUCTION in administrative per
sonnel is specifically recommended in the DOA proposals,
COULD REDUCE the amount spent on fellowshipsbut Matuz said such cuts are "distinct possiblities" and should be
I don't think we could do without them," Mautz said. planned for. .
The DOA also recommended that Askew include in his Mautz told university presidents in ,a letter dated Feb. 6
budget proposal a five per cent salary raise for faculty and that" all planning should take into account the possibility of
professional positions and a 5.25 per cent raise for career' additional reductions."
service employ
Salary raises are recommended by the DOA in spite of a THE REQUEST TO HOLD freshmen admissions to 85 per .
Board of Regents approved budget reduction of all salary rate cent of the present 2,900 limit was in response to a Board of M, > 3; MIr
reductions. Regents decision to study the possibility of, an across the
GOV. REUBIN ASKEW will present budget recom board IS per cent reduction of the maximum freshmen


UF can borrow to meet payrollState y p;

University System Chancellor Robert Mautz reaffirmed Despite reports to the contrary'Mautz said UF would not
Monday that UF would be able to meet its June payrollby 1 be forced to lay off personnel if Florida Lt. Gov. Jim Williams
borrowing money from UF's medical and agricultural vetoes Marston's plan to redistribute' money saved in the J.
budgets. Hillis Miller Health Center and the Institute for Food and
Agricultural Sciences.Williams .
said Thursday he had "other plans" for any
money saved in the university system.
REGARDLESS OF William's final decision, UF will not be
prevented from borrowing enough money from UF's two
relatively healthy budgets to avoid layoffs in the general
education (E&G) budget Mautz said.
But he said any borrowed funds must be repaid from next
A L v year's already severely cut E&G appropriations.Matuz .
said he and Marston now agree that any non photo by george kochonicc jr.
repayable transfer of funds from IFAS and the health center
should be shared with all nine state universities.
= r Although Williams said he had other plans for any car-
university system savings, he consented to meet with Mautz
and Marston "sometime in the near future" to discuss the
problem. Dr. Vemon P. Roan works on one of a series of
MARSTON WILLIAMS Marston was in Tallahassee Monday but was unable to electric vehicles he ond his students have developedto
,discuss budgtt schedule definite appointment with Williams Mautz said. minimize traffic pollution. See story page 6.


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Ford : rationing i i l) / capsule'Wire Editor -

body"i FLORIDAChristian

'over thy dead indictments

thrown out by court

HOUSTON (UPI)'- President Ford Monday said there TilE OIL management and labor leaders in America's
will be gas rationing only "over my dead body" and attacked petroleum center roared approval. They were so noisy they TALLAHASSEE (UPI)- The Florida Supreme Court
American dependence on foreign supplies as a "bet-a-million stopped the President in his speech. threw out Monday criminal indictments against former
philosophy." The President said supporters of gas rationing say it would Education Commissioner Floyd Christian, forcing the '
Ford repeated his opposition to rationing in a departurefrom have to last only six months. He said "No, at least 5 to 6 state to refile charges against Christian and also Treasurer
his prepared text of a speech to 600,oil industry leaders.He years." Once more the cheers came. Thomas O'Malley.The .
leaned forward dramatically at the podium, gestured witha "We must pay a price now to ensure a more reasonable vote was 42.
fist, and said, "If we get into gas rationing-over my dead price for our oil in the future," Ford said. "And that price is The court ruled that the Christian indictments were
body. ." what it will cost us to produce American oil on American defective because Asst. Special Prosecutors Robert Willis
soil-right here in the state of Texas, in Alaska, in the outer and Aaron Bowden of Jacksonville were illegally assigned '
continental shelf and elsewhere... to the grand jury investigation.
"WE HAVE to look for a silver lining in the energy Although only the Christian case was directly at issue,
January sees problem. The longer we take to protect ourselves against indictments of O'Malley, former State Sen. George
embargoes the more vulnerable our economy becomes to Hollahan D-Miami and Clearwater architect Walter ,
foreign decisions beyond our control. Melody were affected because they also were handled by
"We must never again be forced to pay the inflated cartel Willis and Bowden under identical executive assignmentsby
inflation dropUPI manipulated prices of foreign oil." Gov. Reubin Askew.Impeachment.
Ford received one of his most,enthusiastic receptions in
Houston. He plans, to make similar trips to plug for his / probe set
An independent survey Monday indicated inflation program in the future but he seemed to be talking the
slowed down in January but the economic slump cut heavily language of the Texans Monday and they applauded him TALLAHASSEE (UPI!) A House committee
into business orders, production and jobs. And the govern frequently dominated by lawyers was named Monday to investigate '
ment said retail sales were running at recession levels. LAST WEEK Ford spent two days in Atlanta campaigningfor charges of "impeachable misconduct" against Supreme
The Commerce Department said auto rebates provided his economic-energy recovery program with the southern Court Justices'Joseph Boyd Halp P. Dekle, and David
enough push to increase January sales by 1 per cent over governors and won their backing in his fight with Congress. McCain.
December and 5 per cent over January, 1974. But year-to- Attacking critics of his energy program Ford said "This Chairman William J. Rish. D-Port St. Joe, said he
year increase failed to keep up with the 12 per'cent inflationrate bet-a-million philosophy-that we can continue to import the expected the investigation, which will include public
and represented a substantial decline in dollar volume. entire million or a significant part of the million barrels (a hearings to take no more than "four or five weeks" and be
Elsewhere, Treasury Secretary William E. Simon told the day) that I propose to cut back-is a very high risk and ready with its recommendation when the Legislature
Senate Finance Committee the "enormous sum" the reckless gamble. convenes in April.
government has to borrow in open money markets to finance "Instead of betting on what foreign sources may do, we Justices Boyd and Dekle were given a stinging
budget deficits threatens to halt the decline in interest rates. should put our money on what Americans can do and will do. reprimand by a panel of substitute Supreme Court justices
But a major Chicago bank, Continental Bank, said the If we offer sufficient incentives, American enterprise here at recently on chargesof improprieties involving their receiptof
money market has enough "slack" to absorb the larger home will solve our energy problems ." a secret opinion, prepared by a utility attorney as a
government borrowing because of a slower demand by Ford spoke in the Emerald Room of the Shamrock Hilton, proposed opinion in a pending utility tax case.
business and consumers. built by oilman Glenn McCarthy.


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Mautz predictstop

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State University System Chancellor Robert B. Mautz told
the State House Education Committee today he expects
cutbacks in university administrators but not faculty as the
Board of Regents copes with an impending: financial crisis. ,
Mautz told The Alligator later that he "hoped to cut back '
proportionally more in administrators than faculty," and "to
eliminate some services that are desirable but not essential in
order to maintain the faculty in the classroom." h r
MAUTZ SAID, HOWEVER, that all measures dealing
with the 1975.76 fiscal situation will still necessitate increased

tuition, higher productivity or student-teacher ratios, and "
frozen hiring in the university system.
Mautz said undergraduates, now paying $190 a quarter for
15 credits, could pay$7 to$20 more each term, bringing in an
additional $1 million to $6 million a year. d ,
Education committee chairman Richard Hodes, D-Tampa, .M
Mai k
said the committee met to examine budget problems within p,
specific areas of the university system. :
.UF President Robert 0- Marston, University of North .
Florida President Tom, Carpenter, Florida State University
Psychology Department Chairman Joseph Grosslight, FloridaA T iii
& M National Alumni Chairman Dr. Leonard Johnson and
University of West Florida Professor Dr., Lucius Ellsworth*
chairman of the state faculty senate council, also testified at
the hearings.
MAUTZ SAID HE COULD NOT estimate specific cut

backs until he knew how much money would be available, but Space Despite the fact that parking places She found the 'first come first serve'
that Administrative and General funds would be reduced hard find this breakable with little
are pretty to on campus, policy just a
proportionally to Instruction and Research Funds.
lady managed to find room
have $10 million in young squeeze.
Regents already cut nearly spendingthis enough enough for her bike.
year, as well as trimmed $78 million from budget requests f

for next year. .'- _. 1 1tf
Modes said the regents may have to cut another $30 million
beyond the $78 million cutback ordered by Gov. Reubin

Askew.MARSTON FOLLOWED UP Mautz's presentation by Nine nominated for judgeship. :

explaining the impact of the 1974.75 cutbacks'and the .
potential impact of next year's reductions at UF. -
He said, he would agree with the elimination of administrative By DEBBIE IBERT change."
positions instead of faculty and "would be very AHgator Staff Writer The commission will not rate or qualify any of the applicants -
willing to discuss" less money and more "relief from red after selecting five he said.
tape." UF Attorney Thomas Biggs is under consideration for a The commission also named: Rowlett Bryant a Panama
Marston also attended a subcommittee meeting with a federal judgeship in North Florida. City attorney; Erwin Fleet, a Fort Walton Beach judge; John
presentation on governance by Chancellor-designate E. T. Gainesville Circuit Court Judge John J. Crews is also on the Frye, a Pensacola judge; Fred Karl former public counsel for
York in the afternoo/i. list of nine names selected by the Federal Judicial l Nominating the Public Service Commission; Samuel Smith a Lake City
MARSTON SAID THE TWO part presentation included: Commission judge and William Stafford, a Pensacola U.S. attorney.
York's concepts of the role of the regents and the The nine member commission will narrow the list to five UF ATTORNEY BIGGS could not be reached for com
delegation of responsibility and authority at the universitylevel. after conducting personal interviews in Tallahassee ment Monday .
scheduled for Feb. 17, commission member Blair Zimmett The Federal Judicial Nominating Commission took form
The problems at the federal level raised by the state said.THE last fall, when Stone and Chiles "got together" with the
legislature which led to useless work. One example is the FIVE NAMES will then go to Florida's U.S. Senators Florida Bar, according to Zimmett.
required'fingerprinting of employes system-wide which are Lawton Chiles and Richard Stoift,who will chose'one of themto Formerly,the senior U.S. senator from Florida would select
never processed, said Marston. nominate to President Ford. a name for filling a federal judgeship and submit it to the
Marston addressed his comments to the codification of the Zimmet, a Miami attorney, said "everyone's got an equal 'President for approval.In .
university system-where each university defines its role and
goals in the system.

RUB to vote on hook-up rate hike I

By RENA EPSTEIN terms of average monthly use, the same proposal calls
Alligator Staff Writer *for an increase from $6.70 to $7.20 for water. The average'sewer .
bill, which is tied in with water use.would increase from
The Regional Utilities Board (RUB) is scheduled to vote $5 to S6.10 a month under the plan.
Wednesday on the controversial proposal to charge more than
Mas},.3 ,a $600 per hookup for new water and sewage customers and to Calvin Green, physical plant director at UF, made a second
? increase the monthly charge for service. appearance before the RUB last Wednesday to urge the city
Two public hearings have been conducted by the RUB to ,and county commissioners to reject the proposed increase.AT I

allow citizens to their views.
express THE FIRST public hearing on Jan. 29, Greene said the
THE PROPOSED hook-up charges are $250 for water and
possible $300,000 increase in water and sewage bills at UF
$370 for sewage, with some variation depending on
might force him to layoff workers.UF .

now pays a little more than $200,000 for the services.

dropped from
Although UF President Robert Q. Marston has denied the
possibility of layoffs Green said he is not sure whether
Marston's remarks on ,water and' sewage increases were
Indiana University race "com prehensive." I

UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson has lost a. Room changes I listed
chance to become president of the University of Indiana.
Indiana's presidential search committee had narrowed the
field of candidates to eight before Hanson was dropped from Yesterday's Alligator reported the Student Agriculture will
consideration. meet today at 4:30: p.m. in McCarty"Hall, room 1041. The
Hanson confirmed Monday that he was no longer being meeting will be in McCarty Hall, room 1031. y
considered for the position. The Board of College Councils will meet tonight at 7:30
ROBERT MAUTZ "It's nothing new.:There's always something cooking and p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 356,not in room 1041as
first prediction ol'odmlnlstratlvelayoffs there's always! something fading away." Hanson said. reported.


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I Student Senate considering impeachment bill I"


U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Cham-
By KAREN MEYER Sen. Ken Otgang. who introduced the bill said he participate in

Alligator Staff Writer discussed the administration's objections to last spring's pionships.The fund the
second request is to partially Gator
proposal prior to submitting the bill.
Day ceremonies scheduled for Feb
The Student Senate meets tonight to consider a bill which SENATORS WILL ALSO VOTE on two special requests Basketball Appreciation

would provide impeachment and removal procedures for one for $700 for the UF archery team. and one for $150 for I I. include
be considered on reading a "resign
!student body officers and another bill to construct a physical; Gator Basketball .Appreciation Day. jr Bills to Student
and bill establishing a Government
run" law, a
fitness running course for 2975.. The archery team requests the money to partially finance a to Office.
Senators will vote on funding the "Vita Parcours Fitness trip to California where seven members of their team will Research and Planning

Park." a track to be constructed between UFs track and

Lake THE Alice.TWO-MILE COURSE WILL have stopping points Hearing examines day care biasBy I

tor exercise for runners along its distance, said Senate -
President Kevin Malone.
The impeachment and removal bill to be considered DOUG HATCH approved later by the commission.
Staff WRIterA THE PUBLIC HEARING IS scheduled to start at 3 p.m. in
provides that all student body officers are subject to removal. Alligator
"for misfeasance, malfeasance and non-feasance in office and the fourth floor commission room in the Alachua County

for violation of student body,state,or federal laws." public hearing on a proposal to include day-care centers Courthouse. .
The current student body constitution has no provision for under Alachua County's anti-discrimination ordinance will be Commissioners will probably not consider requests from

impeachment and removal procedures, according to Sen. Sue held during today's meeting of the Alachua County Com- t two U F students to be rehired by the county Howard Weston
Cline. mission. County Administrator'said.

SENATORS PASSED A BILL with those provisions last The proposals to include day-care centers operating within Deborah Knopman 4AS, and Keith Bailey, 4JM. last week

spring, but it was vetoed by Vice President for Student Affairs the county under county ordinance 55, which bans requested the commission to order them rehired after being

Arthur Sandeen. discrimination with regard to'color or: race, must still be tired in December and January respectively.



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SPEAKERS BUREAU Dauer rememberSi''s '

Want to travel around the State speaking about

the University of Florida to,various organizations?

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We" know a" lot of people who want to listen. 1 i I r f UF life 'iI'f: l'.

If you've got'a 2.0 average and if you've got the ''',,.).",''/ .'.,.i'.'.,!,, ....i" '

time, we've got the speaking engagements.

duringDepression .

Interviews Feb. 11,12,13,14Hours

Alligator Staff Writer

For more information call 392-1661 Six-day classes, a research paper a week,
passing the hat for class: texts, and Saturday
afternoon exoduses to Florida State
University were major elements of life on the
ml UF campus during the 1930's.:
fyutnenji ManningDauer, professor and chairman of
the Department of Political Science, recalled
the halycon days of the depression.
Rutherford's Guarantees "THINGS WERE SIMPLER BACK k
THEN' he said. Back in the late 20's, Dauerwas
a UF undergraduate, and during the
The Most for Your
\ Money summer of one year he needed a room, he

"t ::;'!'" InADiamond, said.Albert Murphree was dean of Arts and

Sciences: and Dauer said he simply strolled 4
rt into his office at 101 Anderson and asked fora
;.. :" ;<) : ,' list of the best local residences-there was
no on-campus housing then-: and Murphree,
t" ,. :>; ; 1'., See Us Before Yon Buy! sitting in his shirt sleeves, with no secretary,in I
., ,. ., the outer office, smiled and then began to I\
:': recommend the better homes to him.
..: IN 1933, DAUER BECAME an assistant
I professor here, he;said, and at that time there
were approximately 3.000 students and 2,700 "
faculty members. UF was all-male and did
not go co-ed until after World War II.
According to Pat Dovell of the registrar's
iiKrsdiit office, the UF 1974 fall quarter registrationwas
more than 21,000. Only 1,174 faculty ._
posts are provided for in this year's, UF
budgetary outlay. PROF. DAUERmore
? {!},+Y.v.iw!ti4+[}:itia4.Nhw. .}%i:} Life 4t UF during the depression was also a
bit different then, Dauer said.
,' I CLASSES RAN SIX DAYS a week,. with papers to grade back then, he saia.
Saturday sessions ending at noon, he said. "HOWEVER," HE CONTINUED,
At that time, Dauer continued,the students "teachers probably knew their students"
"would line up on 13th Street in order to better in the 30's. There were fewer students
: t ", catch bus rides to Tallahassee for the weekly and thus more individualized instruction, he
; J Saturday night dance at FSU (which was then added. '
the state's college for women). There were also, wide contacts with the ,,,
'., Only about six or'eight UF students had outside Gainesville) community, he said.
cars'those years, he continued.AS Whenever speakers came onto the campus,
FOR FUNDING allocated UF during not only the entire faculty and most of the
the 30's, Dauer said that there was a good student body would turn out, but a fair
.,\ amount of federally-sponsored building goingon amount of the townspeople would attend also,
$350.00Fine here. Dauer said.,
There was generally little money for PLACEMENT WAS HANDLED differently
maintenance though, "but library funds were back then too, ,Dauer went on.
quality 38-point diamond-engagement: never cut off completely as they have been in Generally, the colleges and departmentswould
ring, beautifully set in a six prong white gold these times" he added.In place: their own students through
order to obtain a book from the library, ,extensive networks, of employment reference
Tiffany mounting and lovingly nestled in the
Dauer said, it was necessary to have the dean listings and personal contacts.
luxury of a Rutherford's box. of the graduate school sign every book- Thus, political science: majors would
purchase card. usually be able to secure employment with the
% ,carat $175.OO % carat $250.00L4JJQL.,, "J' TO GET RESEARCH books'"one had to federal or state governments; accounting \
argue title by title with the dean" so as to students would be placed via the Florida
receive his signature" he said. Accounting Association; and architecture- and
Classes frequently"passed the hat" in law student graduates would be able to land
order to get a few copies of a text which the jobs through their respective colleges' "
entire class could. use during. the quarter, placement services with private Florida-based
Dauer said.However. firms
he said UF had a considerable DAUER, IN RETROSPECT, said he sees
number"of federal assistantship funds being quite a difference in the hard times affecting '\
dispensed to students,then, even though'there today's and the depression's UF, <
were fewer research grants. The unemployment rates are different ("7.8 .
STUDENTS GENERALLY WORKED per cent now as opposed to 30 per cent: in the ,
IN THE MALL harder than'they.do now, Dauer said. In many 30's"); more students are full-time now ((70
liberal, arts and social studies classes, a per cent of the depression students were part-
'\I' I' .. .. ., ,', student,.ha'd'to tender a sixor 'sevenpagehapd time' ecaus of job obligations, he said), and
I every week. generally those times were more severe (with
.Qo "This," he said "was on top of the term their complete lack of unemployment Insurance -
papers, tests, and finals required within most and Social Security, he added). '
classes." Times may look tough now, but Dauer said
....... This naturally consumed more of the he does not see a re-emergence of campus: life
37M431 faculty's free time since there were simply as it was in the 30's.FLORIDA ,

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Alligator Staff Writer

.j Southern Regional Games Tournaments in various events
were held this past weekend at the J. Wayne Reitz Union.

} More than 30 colleges and universities from Georgia
Florida, Alabama and Mississippi were represented by ap.:
'';t\ .:. 4r proximately 300 students in the regional competition for

plaques and trophies.As .
one of the employees at the Union gameroom put it, "we
ar .JA did pretty good." ,
Tom LaPointe, winner of first place in men's pocket
billiards, said he felt that the competition this year was much

tougher'than last year's.
V F. "NONE OF THE MATCHES were easy, everybody there
was a good pool shooter," he said.
"I did not go into the tournament with high expectations,
'. and oddly, the tough matches turned out to be easier than
expected. You,have to be a consistent shooter, concentrateand
.? most important, get off to a good start."
Tom said one of the things leading to UF's success in all the
matches was the excellence of the Union games area.
\\r "The area has a lot of full tables, and quality equipment. A
lot of visiting students were amazed at our game room," he

said.THE UF BOWLING representatives placed first in all

.' women's events and second in all 'men's events.
Some of the first place winners in the tournament will
0$ georg kochanic jr.
f TRIED BUT SHE COULDN'T DO IT represent UF in the national tournaments to be held later this

.competition is tough during the Southern Regional Games Tournament year in various places around the country.
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t Cheating

the rounds of six students" and count as six transactions.The charges.It .
| (from page one) Honor Court released figures Monday detailing in is known, however, that they are looking into allegationsof
I The two suits, which charge closed hearings violate the which business college departments the different transactions cheating in a statistics 320 class which business majors
Sunshine Law, will be heard by Green at 2:30: p.m. tomorrow occurred. have to take, a math and a chemistry class.
Ji in the Gainesville County Courthouse. There were 27 transactions in the finance department, 23 in ,Marmish did confirm, however, that the investigation was
'( AFTER GREEN ORDERED the papers to post the SI marketing 28 in economics, 33 in accounting, 15 in business still limited only to undergraduate colleges.
bond Biggs jokingly moved the injunction not be effective administration and three in management. ALTHOUGH MARMISH SAID his investigation has
1. until the bond had been posted. THE HIGHEST INCIDENCE of organized cheating slowed down because of the uncertainty of the suit against the
Turner promptly handed the judge a dollar bill. occurred in a marketing 331 class. Although Honor Court closed Honor Court hearings, he said he was still being
1 The Honor Court continued its "business operatons" officials have refused to discuss exact numbers of students "deluged by phone calls" from students who wanted to give
i Monday, mostly processing information and "catching up on cheating in specific classes, 10 of the first 18 students found him information about possible cheating.
\ paperwork"according to a member of the Honor Court staff.: guilty of cheating did so in the marketing class. To deal with the calls Marmish has divided his in
SIXTY-THREE STUDENTS HAVE BEEN charged with The Honor Court investigation has now expanded beyondthe vestigation into different departments and assigned a memberof
} involvement in the alleged widespread cheating on business business college, although Honor Court officials! have his staff to handle each segment.Tim .
college fall final exams. refused so far to comment on what other colleges'they are Mosser is in charge of :classes in marketing and
Honor Court Atty. Gen. Paul Mannish said more charges investigating. statistics, Gary Morgan heads the economic classes, Mike
j are pending and would probably be sent out the beginning of Marmish said he would, not comment except to say that Massari heads real estate, Scott Knox is in charge of the
a" next week, "depending on what happens with the injunction." they have uncovered five exam transactions in colleges outsideof finance classes and David McElvon is in charge of accountingand
f Marmish said Monday his office has prosecuted cases Business Administration. management,classes.
{ involving a total of 135 different exam transactions. MARMISH SAID HE WOULD NOT comment further on Marmish heads up'the investigation for all other classes.
{ MARMISH EXPLAINED THAT one exam could "make the investigation until "probable cause" was found to file All can be reached ,at 392.1683 or 3921684.

t UF group- develops. electric car to cut exhaust I

ByTERRISALT that accompanies private car ownership Roan explained."But come up with large-scale methods of using it, Roan said.
Alligator Staff Writer cars are just too inefficient," he said. .
There is also great cost and complexity involved in using
Giving an example of automobile inefficiency, Roan said, solar energy, Roan added.
Mass transit, electric cars, personal rapid transit, and "You are driving down the highway in your automobile: with Many environmentalists are strongly opposed to nuclear
nuclear energy systems are probable changes that will affect our people in the car, getting 10 to 12 miles per gallon. A energy because of the threat of thermal pollution and
transportation in the near future, said Dr. Vernon P. Roan,
greyhound bus pases you getting 6 to 10 miles} per gallon, but
UF professor of mechanical engineering."We there are 44 people on board. emission of radioactive materials, Roan said.
cant keep using energy at the rate we are now," Roan Personal rapid transit systems (PRT) are also possible, "Nobody wants an atomic disaster but if we become so
said. Roan said. over cautious that we become so far behind that we can't
"We've got to have some kind of energy source other than catch up, that's a disaster too ," he said.
tossil fuel, particularly oil. The longer we wait, the worse it PRT INVOLVES THE USE of special plastic cards that "We've got to have changes within the next three years,"
will be. Something must be done," Roan said. the traveler inserts into a slot at a special transport station., A Roan said.
ROAN AND A GROUP of UF students have developed private car then takes him where he wants to go. _
1972. PRT could be useful in congestedareas such as airportsand
several electric cars winning national, honors in
However, Roan and the students began work before the business sections of cities. However, Roan said these
energy crisis began. In creating the electric vehicles they vehicles do not travel at high speeds and are not adequate for
attempted to minimize pollution rather than energy. long range travel.
The electric car which has to be recharged frequently "A different energy source is needed," Roan said. "In my
would be of little help in the present energy crisis, he said. opinion we will use nuclear energy." ..
"Although people don't seem to like it, mass transit will be Roan said the other alternatives are finding more domesticoil
put to greater. use" Roan said. :, rationing and curtailing energy usage.
,f PEOPLE MISS THEIR privacy, the pride and flexibility SOLAR ENERGY is possible, but no one has been able to

t i AS student council sponsors three 'speakers.

The Arts and Science Student Council will present a three- Hummel, UF materials science professor, will demonstrate
speaker program on physics, phenomology, and psychic formative forces of life by using plant and animal tissue 1 ?n Y'a ,
awareness Thursday at.7:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union extracts A tissue dropped in a dilute copper chloride solution '
Ballroom. takes bn the original 'form of that organism. "I- i T tj
Next. Dr. James Barrell. UF
Each half-hour lecture is designed to "integrate intuitive psychology professor will ,
insight with rational systematic thought" council member discuss alternative approaches 'to understanding human

Ronnie Klein explained.AN experience. photo by kochani ir-
g org
the Rev. Carrol Parrish
Finally will speak on psychic. ,
AUDIO-VISUAL presentation by Dr.. Rolf Erich awareness and metaphysics. ROAN AND CAR
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Political theater sprouts across U S.By .

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KAREN MEYER pn ,. .,' ,-
in subcultures everywhere;: the poor the >
Alligator Staff Writer blacks ,the farm and factory workers the
'.' Chicanos. Here the performers are cultural bL.... .I r
Political theate.-theater created to bring workers rather than artists; their theater is

about political change-continues to sprout performed by their,own ranks as a means of
.across the nation, and indeed the world said discussing their political situation and society.
Mark Amitin. Theater becomes a vehicle for education and .f;

Amitin. .as director of a communications expression'of their own values. \

network or 24 avant garde theaters known as Chatting crosslegged with a small group in

Universal Moment Theaters. follows the McCarty Auditorium last Thursday, ,Amitin
trends closely. traced the development of political theater

"ALL THEATER essentially: political," drawing parallels with the catharsis of.Greek
he said last Thursday since it tries to tragedy and today's dramatic media of the

propagate a certain lifestyle over another. moment, television.
The difference in real political theater lies From the Hollywood scandals of whispered .,'''f '
in its aim, he said comparing radical theater Communists in the McCarthy era to the anti <

baring its message to commercial theater war sentiment of the Sixties, theater has been .;/.L:}
created to be sold and hired to be performed.Such found in the streets trying to bring about

was the development of the stage change. ? ff &1
rocking musical "Hair." What began as a "BUT POLITICAL theater is certainly nota "
workshop for an experimental theater group primary force in change," said Amitin, AAARK AMITIN' photos' by goo rge kochonc. Jr.

ended in a $7 million bonanza for financial ,calling its power more "peripheral." .
,"All theater Is essentially political"and '
backer Michael Butler, said Amitin.. (Political theater rather creates an awarenessof
TODAY POLITICAL theater can be found a situation allowing exchange of thoughts
ideas, said Amitin. "All actors have to kow that, like music,
"It's making outer changes to create inner they have an instrument," said Amitin. "An

changes," he said. actor's instrument is, of course, himself."
The slick Amitin held workshops and talks in acting LIKE A CHILD who throws tantrum in a f
Spinners get and directing classes' for UFs division of grocery store, an actor must be' able to

theater during his two day stay. eliminate everything else-set, design,
costume whatever-and hold attention with ;

for soulful frolicThe EXPERIMENTAL THEATERS have a only the "energy of the moment." ,.
a ''new concept in theater, changing the 'There are cetain kinds of theater for certain

viewpoints of actor audience and director. audiences, said Amitin, and many audiences

Spinners, a highly The "environmental" staging concept waiting to be explored-the mentally ill, the.
acclaimed black vocal quintetwill brings the audience .closer often interacting aged, prisoners and children among them.
perform at the Florida with performers. The actors create the "Theater for the most part is 20 years
director edits. behind other cultural art forms," aid Amitin.
Gym Thursday at 8
A sophisticated act, the "In much of it. people are in fact them Everyone doing' experimental theater,
selves or actors acting;they lack well-rounded started with a hard core traditional foundation
Spinners were rated the No. 1
characters. I and that still remains very much a
soul by Rolling Stone
group "The audience sees instead, cutouts or part of the avant garde approach said
magazine. 'that don'tnecessarily Amitin.
THEIR NEWEST release representations. dialogues
belong in the context of a THE NEW ARTISTS often take
Home" is fast
"Coming character," he said. traditional works and "give it life instead of
approaching gold status. "
v THE DIRECTOR must then "approach it re-hashing it.
These guys are BAD in the from the visual point of view and deep seated Talking with students who felt the four year
best sense of the word.
personal point of view to find the textures and academic process hindered their development -
Their is
repertoire com- hues of feeling." Amitin emphasized, "In the end, the
prised of soul ballads funky "
To capture the psychological motivations of freedom lies with you to create.
tunes, hit songs dance the characters, the performers must "find Amitin may return to UF for a week of

routines famous and personalities.EVER impersonationsof ways of dealing with context reather than workshops, with New York's Living Theaterlate
content. in April.
BEEN to Vegas?
With 20 years of show biz

experience the Spinners have
certainly paid their soulful)

dues.They've. : been with the Smothers'writer at B&B I

revues of James Brown 2.
Marvin Gaye and the 1 You're' sitting back watching Johnny
Supremes. Carson and this crazy, guy with an arrow
Tickets for the Spinners are through his head comes on the screen. More
SS for InterFraternityCouncil's THE SPINNERS than,likely it's Steve Martin. ,

Winter Frolics. .been in the business 20 years'Saturday Martin, comedian extraordinaire, starts
:tonight through Saturday at the Beef and

Bottle, the new hot entertainment spot in
HE HAS AN album out entitled "I've Done

Terrible Things to My Dog with a Fork,"-

is play day that should tell you what kind of guy he is.
He was initially "discovered" by Mason. ,,
Williams who at the time was head writer for

Someone told me t that theater is an art to be Cinderella the famous shoe fetish fairy tale the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Martin
shared. Could be. will be a total theater experience with started writing for the show but soon afterwards \I

You can find out for yourself Saturday audience participation. they were kicked off the air-
when the Continental Theatre Company Thoreau is a drama based on civil hmmmm makes you wonder doesn't it?
presents their productions of "Cinderella" disobedience with relevant overtones. HE WROTE for various other shows suchas
and "The Night Thoreau Spent in JailBOTH PLAYS ill be free for UF students. Sonny and Cher before finally heading out

THE TWO plays: sponsored by the "Cinderella" will be two dollars for non- on his own-which brings us up to date.
University Performing Art Series will be students (children under 12 free). "The Night! And his next date starts tonight at the B &
performed this Saturday. "Cinderella" at Thoreau Spent In Jail" $2.50 for non- B. He really has to be seen to be believed.

2 and "Thoreau" at 8:15: p.m. students. Admission is'$2 during the weekdays, and S3 STEVE MARTIN
p.m. on the weekend.. .did terrible things to his dog with a fork

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In the end it never had. a chance. :

Oh sure some of us deluded ourselves right to '-I. r '.
the end into believing this was a beginning, a way ,
to start reversing the trend that was turning our _
state into the nation's most scenic trash dump.
Accordingly we were convinced that when Dade __

County voters went to the polls last November they
would vote yes on the referendum to ban the sale
of non-returnable bottles and cans and require a

five-cent deposit on all beer and soft-drink con-

tainers and finally, outlaw that thorninthesideof

every environmentalist, the pop-top can.
After all, hadn't the great state of Oregon shownus
the way? And to what results? Since their law
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layoffs, events later showed that jobs had merely
been re-distributed, and had in fact shown a net

gain of 256 jobs in the industry.And .
while prices did indeed go up, they did not It couldn't happen hereThe

rise as fast or as high as those in neighboring
Washington which had no ban.
possibility of food riots in the near future because of a
Yet November came and the issue was defeated,
depressed U.S. economy has prompted at least one police RICHARD
and we were left the inevitable question. What chief Ed Davis of Los Angeles to open seminars in crowd
went wrong? control and riot dispersion for his uniformed officers, according RURKHOLDER
We're not sure, but it may have had somethingto to one recent new story.
Davis said, "Frankly, I'm afraid of food riots. .we've triedto STAFF WRITINGS
do with a high-powered $140,000 media
analyze it but it's a little different (from other civil _
campaign aimed at dissuading the voters from disturbances) because the guy across the line from you,that
approving the ban. you're opposing is your neighbor or your brother." WIIICII WAS fine as a stopgap measure would food prices
With as much as $33,000 of that coming in from THE MERE prospect for such occurrences in the food. themselves had been arbitrarily pre-set by a national board of
out of state companies like Anheuser-Busch, sated United States ought to chill our collective bloods governance.But .
considerably. Shades of Tsarist Russia and Wimar Germany! since this has not happened-and under the Ford
American Can, Pepsico, Reynolds Aluminum and
In connection with the likelihood for food riots there will, of tutelage probably won't-there ,must be sought other
Winn Dixie, among others, chipped in for a, blitz course be a number of feckless optimists ,who mouth the methods for allaying food-inspired civil distrubances.
of billboard campaigns, handbills, radio and Lewisian "it can't happen here" but chances are, more Several suggestions for combating this problem spring into
television spots and even grocery bag and sand cautious heads will intone back "oh yes it can." my mind: ,
wich board messages to. convince the voters it wasa News and editorial commentators have suggested a numberof I 1)) We could broaden the numerical base alloted for in the
bad idea. reasons why pockets of poverty exist in the United States, current WPA-type federal hiring programs. And. just to keep
let alone the international world at large\ : the programs honest and short-lived enough until the U.S.
On the other hand'were a group of environmentalists The "brutality" of waste-ridden capitalistic (read: U.S.) economy rebounds, place a mandatory due date on their
with a budget just over $1,000 anda agri-business; our national leaders' "callousness" to the expiration. One, say, of five years from now with gradual
few hundred volunteer workers, with some free problem-the Roman Food Conference of 1974 being the phase-outs until such a time as the economy rights itself.
media time thrown in. always-cited example of this; inadequate transport 2)) We could begin contingency plans to erect emergencyfood
Like we said, they never had a chance. mechanisms for alimentation distribution; the red tape- distribution centers in the large cities from which stocks
ensnarled food stamp bureaucracy which so, humiliates its could be drawn in case of disorder.
All of which goes to convince us that the impecunious applicants; and so forth and so on. 3)) We could consider structuring the permanent tax cuts
piecemeal strategy is doomed from the start. ALL OF the above and hundreds more may be perfectly advocated by the White House so that they weigh most heavilyin
Wherever the idea (you should excuse the expression valid reasons why the poor semi-literate under- or unem the poor's' favor.
) pops up, it will inevitably face a high ployed may drop prostrate during a riot to temporarily flit l 4)) Perhaps most Importantly we need to maintain
buying from the industrial heavys. bellies. dialogue between the forces of authority and, the most
pressure Yet there sure as hell is darn little being done in the U.S. to seriously disaffected.This latter task may prove formidable to
And so once again we are forced to look to alleviate such conditions prior to their fruition.
the point of impossibility but at least Chief Davis is prescient
Washington for an answer. Except for of, course the traditional armed repression enough to realize dual communications' potential worth: he is
The fact is a country that discards more than 60 techniques being incidentally readied by Chief Davis-and instituting the mechanics for dialogue from the police's
billion cans and bottles a year, many of them on its possibly other hands of authority-across this country. supervisory level outward into the local community.IT .
own landscape, needs a national plan. Such a plan .Congress in its all-pervasive wisdom has at least seen fit to IS to be hoped that such horrors as food riots fail to
hold the lid on food stamp prices this year (since the impoverished transpire in 1970's North America. However only with
could save the country enough energy to generate ayear's do not have an articulate lobby of their own in judiciousness care and sensitivity with, above all. a sense of
electricity for half a dozen major cities. Washington there thus must be a few bleeding-heart altruistsin urgency, can the possibilities for the appearance of such
Last year Oregon's Senator Mark Hatfield filed the current legislative assemblage). altercations be averted.

just such a bill, modeled after Oregon's law. But ..
the bill never surfaced out of committee due, once ,

again we suspect, to strong opposition from the The
industry Independent David Smith T.rd WOOdEditorinchief
Now, amidst the more than 3,000 bills that have Managing
already been filed in the 94th Congress it has FlondaAlligator .

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EDITORi 1 have attended the University of Florida for the
chers? I'm safe
sure you'll find the overall'opinion of them is not always
last two years and, until recently, was quite satisfied with the "outstandin "
perhaps little "hard"
but "out
even a
school as well as with the education I had been receiving. I "
realize that the national economic situation has caused UF standing. Can we really afford to lose them? EDITOR This is in responseto myself bounced off my bike

administrators to have to make some "spurofthemoment"decisions WHY NOT take into consideration the students involvedand the letter by Patti McGlavein an,average of five times i every
in regards to the conservation of our the education these m'en are so able and'willing to give Alligator,' She wished to yard (the road is' full of
system (but is this not their job?). However I do feel that some them? Why not give it another try to look elsewhere for know why people never use potholes). There is no

of these/"rash" decisions were put into action somewhat budget cutting? bikepaths.Ms. bikepath on the right side of
prematurely, If we' are to continue' to be acclaimed as a Research Institute McGlave have you the road going toward

I AM referring to the current situation in the Departmentof we have to have research scientists. If we 'are to ever ridden on one of this campus and the one on the
Speec i, specifically in Communication Sciences. Dr. W. continue to be recognized as a "top" University we have to city's "bikepaths?" Evidentlynot. left is even worse than the

Brown, Dr. S. Feinstein, Dr. H. Rothman and Mr. W. have a competent faculty. If we are to continue to produce Most of them are merely road ,as far as bumps go.
Harringt all received termination notices the "educated"graduates, we have to have competent educators. packed-down dirt and rocks Also people have a nasty
upon expiration
their Without freshmen graduate students, career service employees and they are unfit for habit of walking their pets or
current contracts
of just cause two of
; student loans rsearchers and faculty just who will walking let alone peddlling a dumping trash broken glass
these for this
mtfn were supposedly up tenure year. As a the
Administrators administrate? Who knows I may come bike'on. etc. in the bikepath. I've no
graduati senior in Communication Sciences I feel that I
back in twenty years and buy groceries where the Arts and I live on S.W 16th Ave.. wish to clean my tires every
am qualified to my opinion concerning this matter.
Sciences building once stood. which means 1 bike to campus night and I can't afford to
These? in
men are extremely competent field, of
Carol A. Crapson several times a day; I get replace my tire tubes seven
research!as well as in their academic stature. These are the
men who are concerned not only for their research prod c. times a week.

tion, bu more so for their students. To site an example: Dr. As for almost hitting that

Brown \iJ not only a professor a research scientist, and a girl-what were you doing
publisher but is also Academic Advisor for both current and riding on the curb? I was in a
incoming students., This advising is done on his grant time bike path on University Ave.,

and money and consists of students in Speech Pathology and- fBl iRS and I almost got run over by a .
or Audiology as 'well as those interested in purusing a guy driving a camper who 5
research"career.ACCORDING. I I I C I II 'I I I I rI decided he needed both lanesto

TO the article of February 3, 1975 in the drive in, and the curb.
Alligator these men are considered to be in "non-teaching" Go ahead and blow' your
positions. How can this be said? Is it because they are fundedon horn at the bicyclists. It mightsave

"soft money" and are nearly self-supporting (with the I q w v1. yt their lives. But let me
exception of local phone service and teaching and research ( warn you of something. Whena

space)? These are the exact men who are teaching! Both Dr. bicyclist is startled he
Rothman and Dr. Brown teach required courses for studentsin usually jerks the bike in the
Speech Pathology and-or Audiology; Dr. Brown teaches ,i jll l lu li direction of the noisewhichis

Speech Anatomy and Physiology and Dr. Rothman teaches right into traffic. So if a

Speech Acoustics. Why not reach ,out to the students and find bicyclist does exactly that
out their opinion of these so-called "non-teaching" resear- when you hit the horn and
hit him you'll know
you you
-t =AT HISW, )AO176 vb'ni' 'P1uMP I2R7 = N 111II MlNHlklR'l; '!HI aNI! Mnf'l1l PlMlU5/
W AN R JeD AND J1L[, DOAI'rOiA were the one to blame for his

ADVICE & DISSENT swerving.
Sandra M. Anderson

Bicycle thefts are increasing Branc'accio :


There are few who would disagree that we have a serious Column made a point '

bicycle theft problem on this campus.A ,

1973 study by the University Police Department showed F DAN LOBECK EDITOR the article. However

that, of all the colleges and universities surveyed, UF had the being an avid fan of all
highest incidence of bike thefts in the state and even in the GUEST COLUMNISTand sports the reader interest

nation. L point brought out in the
AND IT HAS become much worse since that study. In article well taken.
1 cannot recall when I have was
1973 425 bikes 109 of which recovered. In
were stolen were enjoyed or thought more Louis Brancaccio had a
1974 706 were stolen with 100 recovered. That's a one-year in valid conclusion
apropos a commentary very
increase in bike thefts of 66 per cent and 'a drop in the
the Alligator than the one concerning a sports
recovery rate from 26 per cent to 14 per cent. SNAP bike thefts are increasing at an alarming rate. Feb. 4 entitled "women in department's coverage of

Clearly we have a problem in search of a solution. Many students have resorted to carrying their bikes upstairs uproar but, coverage athletic events a view I
The UPD. for one has been trying to provide what to lock in their rooms each night. Others rely on heavy adequate." know shared by a majorityon

solutions it can. Its "Operation Identification" program, case-hardened steel chains to deter thieves: The author struck a this campus yet ,one
whereby students can have. their social security number Practically speaking however no chain is immune from timely note by brining outa that few people have had

engraved on their bikes is a great potential aid in identifying penetration.It few obvious facts that the courage to express
stolen bikes. The service begun in October, 1972 is availableat has been estimated that as many as one-fourt of all new have of late been mired in openly with the exceptionof
no cost to students at the UPD station on Museum Road bike sales are for replacements of those that have been stolen. the mud of feminist this resourceful jour

(by the large antenna). The Student Government department of Consumer Affairs propaganda. Being of nalist.
ANOTHER UPD program the Student Nighttime would like to save students that expense. little journalistic expertise,
Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP), aimed primarily at protectingwomen FOR THAT reason, the department is now offering for I cannot comment on,the
en campus from attack at night has also worked to rental by students in dorms fraternity and sorority houses, space available aspect' of Greg Smith, 3AS
aid in both the prevention of bike thefts and their recovery. and apartment complexes a thief-proof device called the

The program was first funded by the university in September. "bike bank."
1973 but has operated sporadically and often at reduced This device, in which the bicycle frame is locked into placeby IBut on the other hand( 1
levels because of funding problems. Most recently, the a half-inch tempered steel bar, with a large chain throughthe .
the tab for SNAP front wheel and a key that is removed after locking rents
University Medical Center picked up EDITOR The fact that: destroyed in his conclusion ) -
operations, but only on a temporary basis. for quarterly periods at 10 cents a day, or $3 a month'plus( women's sports do nol: when he said I
Student Government will soon begin considering the sales tax and a key deposit). Coin-operated devices will also be receive the same coverageas i "But women' still seem to

budgeting of the multi-million-dollar Activity and Service Fee availble on a dime-a-shot basis. men's sports was i have their bras in ;.an
for next year. The Budget and Finance Committee and the Bikes using the devices are insured against their theft witha discussed in the Alligatoiby uproar, as if the coverage
Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee should give $25 deductible l by the Bike! Bank Company.' However, of the Lou Brancaccio. His; rubbed their breasts the.
serious consideration to funding SNAP for next year the '6,000 devices installed around the country, there have been viewpoint, though 'obviously wrong way."
needs of which are estimated at 16000. only four claims filed attesting to the units' indestructibility.Student not original, i is Where do "bras and
BUT EVEN with the service of Operation Identification Government will be paying SOc from the rental fee legitmate: ''that reader breasts" come' into 'the 4
each quarter to each student who. through the Department interest and space picture. It seems that Mr.
bike bank station to another student. An additional
rents a availability determine Brancaccio has only one
TM The'Independent rental will to one student who will handle lost keys
SOc per go which events are covered.He view of women. Not only
1 and any repairs needed. as well as installing additional bike amply demonstratedwhat did he alienate at least half
Florida Alligator banks (by; drilling four pins into the ground which Incidentally he learned in JM 201. of his audience. he also

makes the devices.immovable because, |{a, uk9.JJ} i .He also:,,demonJtrated ed jriii managed toiturn. a, perfectly -
\ Doug! Dial,,.?,. I fi orw .0" Cu..ginsholn.n..uCl load test equal to the weight of two automobiles))', ',' v whathe didn't 1 learn;, that .good;if explanationinto
E NrtoinmMt ,, ,/uJocfo"Editor'
r '11" t .t.( SINCE JANUARY 27 we have been holding bike bank journalistic issues should a childish and vulgar
,' ) .I(' PI"If..1i ..' ," : areas.The times and of
n. e > > demonstrations in dormitory places be treated with fairness. outburst toward women. .
G.org. Kochonivc Jr. announced in the Alligator's"What's
these demonstrations are And oh yes maturity.The .
Photo Editor Happening" column. Students are encouraged to credibility of the

Gttg Forr.r Midi Kvmon come by to see how the bike bank works and to consider entire article was Laura Van Etten, 2UC

whether they.wish.\o I Jake.j&vfPI4tt .t ppp9ltu.nStX.Jp. ... .
Sports Editor A it. Nsw I Editor ,.., .t J 4'o. 't'
'. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. ... .... .. .:... .,..J'.e, avoid adding to the bike theft rate for 1975:

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,> how to cope with University policies and "
For BORThe
Q procedures can find answers through the
Bill Adams,
asI Married Student Center's' 24-hour refer- "And such truth makes communicating -

ral service, 377-41125.- with each other much easier," she
Located at 1320 W. University Avenue Once a week they all get together and says. "If John doesn't' like the way Mary following assignments to Board of
,the Center was established during fall sit In a big circle. Boy-girl. Boy-girl scrambles eggs, he should let her knowit. Regents''Committees for 1975 were made,
quarter to meet the needs of UF married Boy-girl. If Mary doesn't' like John's' socks by BOR Chairman Marshall Criser at the

students, who comprise almost one- Two chairs face each other in the l scattered around the floor,she should tell January Board meeting:

''I fourth of the student population. Marriage center. He sits in one. She sits in the EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Mar

counseling, social events and other. him."The secret is to communicate in a shall M. Criser, Chairman; James J J.
problem-solving- (academic or personal) rather than Gardener Vice Chairman J.J. Daniel
positive manner, by yelling, ;
of the Center's' activities.The "I don't ever remember loving '
are part you
L or even worse, sulking, she explains. FACILITIES: Fred Parker, Chairman;
than when didn't 'e
yell at
Center's regular hours are 5 to 10 more you me
I p.m. weekdays. It is sponsored by the about the ''C'' I made in calculus,/' Dr.Lynch is particularly pleased to seethe E.W.FINANCE Hopkins: J.J., Jr.Daniel; Jack, Chairman;

Office for Student Services, with volun-- says. wonder-working new morality affec--
i ting college for she feels Chester Ferguson; Marshall
teer help from the University Methodist
nothing. HEALTH AFFAIRS Jack McGriff
1 I She says student marriages are faced with tremendous : ,
r I'f ''' Church. "It really meant a lot to me when you Ve challenges.She Chairman; Fred Parker; E.W. Hopkins.

f ate peanut butter sandwiches all week so LEGISLATIVE: Marshall Criser, Chairman
we could have chicken last night," he } personally counsels hundreds of ; Jack McGriff; Marshall Harris;
f Students SoughtFor says. University of Florida couples yearly, Thomas G. Carpenter;, E.T. York;
including some e couples who aren't' even Stanley. Marshall; Robert B. Mautz.
Blue Key She still says nothing.She x married. PERSONNEL: James J. Gardener, .....,,11
can't' It's' against the rules and
h "Academics place difficult pressureson Chairman; E.W. Hopkins; Fred Parker.
Speakers BureauFlorida playing the game Just might save their a marriage, and a marriage places PLANNING: E.W. Hopkins, Chairman;

t 1 marriage.The pressure on academics," she says. "And D. Burke Kibler, HI; Chester Ferguson.
rule-maker herself sits in the DR.ANN LYNCH when you have one partner working to PROGRAM & COMMUNICATIONS:
Blue Key Speakers Bureau is corner, listening. And although listeningis Married Students Counselor put the other through school, you can Burke Kibler, Chairman; James J.
accepting applications from students Dr. Ann Lynch's' Job, there's' nothing really face some problems. Add a babyor Gardener; Marshall, Harris. SPECIAL
interested in to civic
speaking organizations she'd' rather do than talk about her work two and you can really face disaster." PROJECTS: Chester H. Ferguson,
"The erosion of which has
Campaign and clubs throughout the state "Group sessions are a vital aspect of morality
Jack McGriff
Chairman Burke Kibler
about as a married students' counselor at the America for the last decade is Dr. Lynch reports many couples simply ; ; ; '
the University of Florida. Applica- our marriage counseling program,, says plagued created J.J. Daniel. COLLECTIVE BAR-
of Florida. can't to role reversals by
tions are available in the Florida Blue University the co-director of the University's' Mental being replaced with a new breed of adjust GAINING: Marshall M. Criser, Chairman

: Launched on Campus Key Office, 312 J. Wayne Reitz Union. For the past four, years, she's' been Health Training Program. "These ses- morality-a new honesty," reports the, the situation.working wife, student husband ; James J. Gardener; J J.J Daniel;
Students must have a 2.0 average. No directing pioneer efforts in marriage sions seem to open avenues of communi- widowed mother of two teenagers. E.T. York; Glenwood Creech; Robert B.

A massive campus de-bulbing campaign veloped a uniformly national standard, experience is required d, but prior to being counseling that have enabled the University cation, and a lack of communication is "Although our young people still feel a "When the wife becomes the ''husband'and Mautz; Robert Marston.,
will begin today to further reduce but that 50 f footcandles to be well assigned speaking engagements, students to be cited as one of the top seven the greatest threat to marriage today." haunting impermanence and insecurityfrom pays the bills, all kinds of negative
{ the cost of utilities. within acceptable standards. will be interviewed by members of college mental health centers in the Optimistically, Dr Lynch thinks thereis nasty situations such as Watergateand feelings can pop up," explains the

Workmen will begin moving into all Greene said that reducing the lighting the FBK Speakers Bureau. Interviewswill country by the American Psychiatric a trend toward greater communicationamong Vietnam, the repugnance of such counselor. "The male feels guilty, In-
academic and service building on the would not only cut down on the be held evenings from 7-10 p.m. this Association and the National Associationfor young people-and especiallythose situations has ironically produced a adequate. The wife feels used, exploited.And
main campus reducing lighting in class- tion of electricity but would reduce consump the week in Room 331 of the Reitz Union. Mental Health. on college campuses. refreshing thirst for truth. they both have difficulty sitting EmploymentInterviews '
For more information contact John down and about what it will be
rooms, offices, laboratories and other heating caused by the lights as the talking
working stations to the 50-footcandle campus approaches a warmer season Allen,372-6690 or Eddie Sawyer,372-1036. like after graduation."

level Not included are the Health Center, with a ban on air conditioning.By She feels married students have inten--

campus residence spaces and outlying reducing lighting in the Florida Library Workshop sified needs because colleges tradition-
service buildings.In State Museum, that building's' electricalbill ally have been geared to the single This WeekThe
some cases, bulbs will be removedand was reduced 10 per cent, according to Slated Wednesday"Cooperation TH i WEEK ON CAMPUS student.
placed in storage; in other cases, the Museum Director J.C. Dickinson.
bulbs will be left intact,but disconnected Dickinson recently received a letter "Relatively little thought was given to Career Planning and Placement
Physical Plant Director Calvin Greene from of ,the Interior to improve library ser married students when most schools Center schedules employment interviewsfor

said that a recent inventory of lighting Morton Secretary stating, "President Ford Rogers askedme vices" will Association be the focus of a Florida, Nobel Winn r Economist WednesdayDr. developed facilites financial and social aid programs activities;, hou-Dr.- companies recruiting on campus.
Library workshop to be held sing ,
levels throughout the campus showed to respond to your recent letter Students should sign up for interviews at
many areas well above the 50-footcandle regarding the conservation efforts in Gainesville from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lynch says. least one day in advance in Room G-22 of
energy Wednesday..The workshop will be held in Paul Samuelson,, winner of the (free) at 9 Saturday in the riage counselors from a number of states '
level, some as high as 175 f footcandles. of the Florida State Museum. p.m. Sexual "Since more than 22 per cent of our Reitz Union. This service is also open to
Greene explained a footcandle to the Gainesville City Hall Auditorium Nobel prize for economics in 1970 and of Rathskeller,and a fashion show at 7 p.m. hold a Workshop on Human of Florida alumni.
mean "Energy conservation is the best short nearly 28,000, University
under the direction of the Florida the Albert Einstein CommemorativeAward I Sunday in the J J. Wayne Reitz Union Behavior Thursday through Saturday at
the amount of illumination
standard married Feb. 12-18
students Employers visiting
a making
term approach we have for reducing this Dr. Lamar E. are we are a campus
candle would Department of Education. in 1971, lectures on "The State of Ballroom. the Gainesville Hilton. ...,
spread on a one-foot square Nation's dependence on foreign oil. I of concerted effort to meet the special are listed below.Wednesday If.
Keynote speaker is Dr. Lowell the Nation" at 5 in Crevasse Jr., assistant dean post
surface one foot Greene said that Martin, p.m. Wednesday needs of married population."
away. congratulate on the success in our
you of
your at the UF College The Anaconda Company
education ,
former dean of Rutgers University University Auditorium. Samuelson, professor IFC Frolics graduate
illuminating engineers have not de efforts.
Library School of economics at Massachusetts Medicine, is program director. Registration Dr. Lynch points out that the emphasisin Atlantic Bancorporation, Coopers & Ly--

Institute of Technology, will answer Winter Frolics features 'The! Spinnersat is already closed. planning and constructing housing brand, Florida Power & Light Co., Price
during the past few years has been for Waterhouse&Co. Vanderbilt Universityand
questions after giving his ACCENT 8 p.m. Thursday in Florida Gymnasium -
Student Groups Must Body ConditioningFor lecture. General public tickets cost $$5 and Physics-Metaphysics married students. A new Married Student Westinghouse Electric Corp. will be
this fall the
opened on interviewing.
Women ScheduledThe are on sale at the Constans Theatre Box .
Florida Players Office, Rebel Discount and Recordsville. The Arts and Sciences Student Council' Gainesville campus.Inaugural Thursday Joint Institute for Acou--

: Get OK to Earn $ ''s is sponsoring a seminar-discussion program stics & Flight Science, Olin Corp.,
Intramural Department is offering Florida Players tackle"The Taming of : IFAS Conference "Physics-Metaphysics, Inter- Tennessee Valley Authority, and Texas
a free body conditioning course to women the Shrew" at 8 p.m. nightly through 1 phase," at 7:30: p.m. Thursday in the J. Instruments will be recruiting, and

Student organizations must obtain from the faculty and staff Monday and Thursday Saturday in Constans Theatre. Univer 1 Growers, government officials and Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom.The Address Anaconda, FPL, and Price Waterhousewill
permission student
before holding organizations adviser evenings from 7:30: to 9 p.m. In the sity students are admitted d free, and non + other interested persons will hear a free program,which is open to the conclude their interviews.
y According to William money-making G. Cross events on campus. Women's' Gymnasium. students can purchase $$2 tickets at the 10-year forecast of Florida's' food production : University community, will feature talks Available on TapeAn
assistant director of the Reitz Union and organizations Metallurgy Dr. Friday the recruiters will be Carnation
Activities Hummel ;
include E. ,
exercises and theatre box ''j well how the state's by Dr. Rolf
.wor-- office.'j as reports on
adviser, "No student organization may sponsor money-making ventures, such as king out on exercise equipment agribusiness with urbanization !- James Barrell, Psychology;, and Rev. audio tape of President Marston's' Company, Combustion Engineering,
auctions and raffles except by special permission. which will only be granted for those For more information, contact Chris can cope rapid confer- Carrol Parrish, Church of the Uving inaugural address< !is available for mem- Inc., Fluor'' Engineers & Constructors,
the WAS
events from which the proceeds go entirely to charity or some philanthropy. .Kuhnke of the Intramural Black History Week ence during special God St. Petersburg, Fla. bers of the University community to Jacksonville Shipyards and U.S. Naval
Dept,3924581. and Gov. Reubin ,
Cross also cautions that no student is Wednesday. listen to in the Education Media Center. well TVA and
organization permitted to accept donations from Askew Each of the three speakers will talk Weapons Laboratory,as as
outside sources to fund publications; resources must be confined to money received Black History Week features a numberof be and U.s. Sen. Richard Stone will 30 minutes and the entire To arrange for a listening of the tape, TI.
through advertising dues,or costs of student memberships or associate memberships of events sponsored by campus organiza4 4 guest speakers during the meetings approximately then be invited to partici- call 392-1011 or stop by Room 229, Norman
other UF personnel tions in conjunction with the Institute of Reitz Union. audience will Hall. Monday Aetna Life & Casualty, The

Cross also noted that policies state that a student must be classified as full-time and be Grad Dean Open DoorDean Black Culture. '., pate in Hummel discussion.Dr. will. speak on'the consistent Analytic Sciences Corp., A.B. Dick
Company, Factory EngineeringAssoc.
free of conduct Special activities include a beauty Transfer Experience"The
to hold
probation elected
i any or appointed! office !in student governmentor forms resulting from plant .
Fulton .
J.C. Co.
energetic County Penney ,
to participate in co-curricular pageant at 8 p.m. tonight !in University :j
any dilute
activity. in
Harry H. Sisler will animal tissue extracts and Texaco will be at the Center.
keep Auditorium lecture Howard University Transfer Student and the Trans
Co-curricular activities include a by
i University of Florida in regularly scheduled participation contests on and athletic practices teams, debate representing and forensic the office Room open 223, Wednesday Grinter Hall,from to 3 to 5 p.m., child psychiatrist Frances Wei- ',) fer tors Experience" is the topic for educa-- copper chloride of the formation solution forces, and of other life. F_S SmR1 Next Tuesday Florida Parole& Proba--

,, groups in contests meets,dramatic and music groups participating in or representing graduate students! without, talk with sing at 8 p.m..Wednesday in CommuniI,I; meeting at a Community College examples BarreU will speak on alternative tion Commission, General Dynamics,
yv productions on o or off campus, and 4 representatives.of the student body and chartered appointment core Lecture' Room Cl-11 in Shands Workshop today and Wednesday. In Reitz Dr. understanding of The Lummus Co.,, Naval Underwater
about to the
f .!
any s ,
y matter they would Union. approaches
-: like' to in I '
MM Teaching
organizations.; Hospital. The Spinners attempt ,to.integ 1 Systems Center,, RJ.; Reynolds TobaccoCo.
discuss with him an,
Students not currently, eligible to O hold an elected or appointed office may obtain The Door"or with his staff. concert at 8 p.m. Thursday in'Florida <" i ii human phenomenological experience and scientific'' ., and ,Touche Ross && Co: will be.
,'rh" information on seeking a waiver from Dean for Student( Services Tom Goodale, 123 the second"Open and fourth meetings, are held Gym, a talent show at 8 p.m. Friday in i 'Sexual Behavior g grate Parrish will speak on Focuung'"//la ftnourttt on Solution/ T Tomorrow interviewing. 'Aetna and Factory Mutual .

t Tigert, 392-1261. month. Wednesday of each the Medical Sciences Building Auditor awKcss and metaphysics.The University of Florida, Gainesville will conclude their interviews. ,.
b turn, the Red,, Black and Green Ball Physicians, psychologists and mar psychic

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with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and featured In'Playboy magazine. Just another banjo playing I 113 NE 16th Ave. 377-6992 (b-fr-55-c) 5 lease pm no(c-3t-7B-p deposit)call paul 377-5497 after e

comedian magician. BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGE!
Now is the time to start looking for that Now accepting applications for summer
ideal home for spring or fall qtr. We camp counselors at PINEWOOD for boys
have many listings avail for then a and girls in Hendersonville, N.C. Write
small deposit can hold It for you. Call P,0.Box 4585, Normandy Branch, Miami
today 377-0992 Beach, Fla. 33141 (C.1 OT.76-P)

.' 2 br mobile home carpet air pool in WANTEDI! Advertising Soles the people who
Alomar Gds. clubhouse tennis Representatives for a Motor Sport
et gameroom basketball no pets $150. Publication. Call 377-0231 for further'
month FREE LOT RENT.373-2831 (b-5t-75- Info. (e-5t-77-p) gave you"Tb.azz

Pj) Attention male and female students:

3> Sublet 1 Bdrm furnished Apt Starting Pa't-time help wonted monday through .'
Feb. l 15 rest of Feb rent free call Judy G, friday from 5-9 Coll 377-0612 (c-3l-77-p) erCHRKTIW
392-1281 or come by 720-A SE 4 Ave female roommate wanted "the village"
after 5 pm (b-3t-78-p) on archer road own room In 4 bdr.2 bth "'.11"-0''r.,,rr'',.....,s.xxe, .....a._.n.
Roommate Wonted Own bedroom townhouse apt-pool, courts, etc. call -:::=: :::::,:...::::: :== f
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furnished apartment near Mall. $80 mo.Vt 378-6489 $80 mo + util. (C-5T-76-P) e.11IE --

r: + '\ utillt. Call Les 378-5272 (B-5T-76-P)

.1 yLY Village Apts. $80 + V GI
debbie-after six < .
P) p.m. ( :

sublet 1 br apt, furnished, all electric, RINGO
pets accepted. $145 mo. pinewood opts STARR ;
.c4QO.<<1 NW 39.ave phone 373-8112
after 3 pm. (b-3t-77-p) )

large room in double wide for

," responsible female Prefer grad std. FREE
95.00 mth '/\ oils. 50.00 deposit. After 6
call 378-0134 (b-5t-77-p) '

sublet 1 bedroom opt. 3 blocks from e
k' 9 and 11
campus. 135.00-mo. furnished call 373-
.s79olk for Tom. immediate occupancy.

SPACIOUS(B-4T-79-P)2 br mobile home 140-mo Last Day at theilili

STEVE MARTINFEBRUARY Nice. park with pool. pets okqy call 373- \ II.( .
0565.after 5:30: (B-ttt-79-P) S HJHBHH BH

2 BR opt to sublet, close to campus
furnished, pool laundry AC $ISO mo !
11-15 8:45: till 1:00: married couple call Deng 378-4386: ((8- WEATHERReserved
2T.79-P) '
Tues.-Thurs. Admission $200 Fri. & Sat. $300 roommate to short two bedroom opt.
183-month + M other Hawaiian Vi?.Apt.
428 or toll after 6 377.9859 ((8-4 T-79-Pj at 11 PMA REPORT'oo
"Thebrightest cleverest wackiestnew
spacious/ :2 br mobile home, furnished
comedian around." MIAMI HERALD air conditioned, centrally heated, on 'J) Johnson Alyrla Uma .Josef Zawlhul
'large lot. Across from U,F. campus. $135 Wayne Shorter' Chuck Bazemor
a month $30dpollt:371.00..9. (B-1T-79-
NO LEASE NO LAST MONTH :2 bedroom Tickets at Rebel
singer-songwriter the show. : Discount& Box Office
opens furnished
units from $135 per month;
Includes water, sewage, garbage pick- T1
5220 S.W. 13th Street up, pest-control. and yard care. Prairie G'tJerQltslcffll+ } 1 1 133W.
372.3440 View Mobile Village 378-4411 or 373- .
3284 (b-20t-69-p) ,
Univ,Ave. 377.3013



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being lined' Today Send
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know what really
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k.. u.our'"'bd III.,Witp.rkiteMh WANTED HELP WANTEDALASKAN AUTOS : *>,nf
..,.<..discover what turn. us = ?
most! And thet'1 where Address cod Stuff Envelopes At Home. :
{Lud,cry new comes product In IsTcalledt"ttisuit i $800.00 Pet Month, Posible Age And workers needed PIPElINE.' 10,000 to 15000( 68 Ford LTD Wagon PS PB 10 POst t.Hitch ; some love
.w.k.n.r" because It IC.lIy location Does Not Matter Offer.Deta Is. ihu summer This MOO 392.8790 (G-5T.76.P)
"....k.n." your "lIua'' Send 50cent*(Refundable)To: Triple. e omne ,lob opportunitieS, .
oms Since each 01 U' are liW.T4 Hwy. 138,Pinion H Mi. Co 92372. working .conditions. living costs and MAZDA 1973 RX2 only 17000 miles am
u.lly unique. Prelude' 2 "helps "eat he' information/ Also,complete list. /fm radio air four door sedan silver grey
get the lowdown on our own of contractors and subcontractors. Send Coll 376.5012 2,700! (g.5t.77.nc)
deilres. It $500
lonal needs and toEMPLOYMENT
'letioni1. for
video valuable'
sy-end the future The com- Box 13721 OPPORTUNITIES PERSONALSAMMIES 4!

II! "Sensual Prelude' Awakens"astsins 2, bleed on the Study in New Orleans, to 70185 (e.2l-78.pi) ; !.:
clpil tested ol a vibrator hygenleelty( llle) Guadalajara, MexicoThe ALACHUA GENERAL HOSPITAL Needs NOW OPEN, Specializing In English haircutting
4 ffliusge attachment, plulSp.CI. RN's exper enced in ICU and general blow waving for the In look .i
i ., Stimulator which i GUADALAJARA SUMMER medical surgical core for 3-11 and 11'.7 unisex Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W.
nv doctors recommend lor sting SCHOOL a fully accredited UNI sniMS. Also, one RN and one ORT for Unlv Ave. 377-2643 ().50t-53.p)
enriching oroasme
,ere It and nothing to Insert, or will offer June 30 to August program 9, Excellent operating room Must be exper enced. Wedding Invitations $11.40 per 100.
m delicate tlttuit) The II- anthropology, education, folk employee benefits and workenvlronm.nt business cords $9.95, rubber stomps,
rat.d e lore, Please call 372-4321, ext '
Prelude can geography history govern magnetic signs offset printing. Cliff Hat
p-by..tep. how healthy 2 merit, language and literature; i : 227 or apply at Nursing Office, 912 SW Printing 1103 N. Main (J.FR.58- .LKARATE
growing 4th
y reese 01...your".Your complete sstle- Tuition and fees.$190; board and LESSONS -
room wwi Mexican faint! .
lion guaranteed or your money SUMMER i Small I classes $20 per mon
bk. Mailed In plain wrapper.d SCHOOL. 413 New PsyChology. AUTOSLLOYD'S 1215 NW 5th Ave(off 13th> St) Mon thru
University 1 of Arizona, Tucson. Sot even,7 to 9. 378-7131. (J.20T-60.P) ?,
Arizona 85721' CORVETTE PLACE We buy and If you are pregnant and need help, we
tell Jacksonville, Florida I 1.388.3311, I I. core Call Birthright 377-4947 (J-24T69 -
10 and Costal Ave. (q.2O-73.p)' .P) b1

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can help you find a home,
,mobil.home, WITH A TUNE-UP f
$1995; ((plus, (1 for poeti apartment or
) lor The Complete Prelude 2 Too mat.the easy woyl /, 10 percent OFF plugs, ph. cond. .

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who are already on to a good thing. You leave when you total by the number of days!the
i refreshed and on time. ad Is to run and subtract the I.-
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Is precisely b difference that we're interestedin Orbndo 3:30 : act os sol* uda* on the 2-
as School Sisters of Notre Dame Wouldn't c We. Mm iMcli ..lose 3:30 9:20: suitability of any and oil oavorKsIng a .
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and return trips.
the classroom on social) issues,with people of n Ask your agent about additional departures '
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Term Ropcrat" Canodo'l largest Service LBe vigilant, that ye" may not do' APPLICATION/ or RESUME .l5c-doubl.any spaced page. IBM carbon
send Services, I read the path PICTURES,over night service AAoodoy"ir.i'u
For catalogue $2 to: Essay to anyone ye ribbon selectrlc. greek symbols too. Call
f 57 Spodino Av.nu.. Suit :208 Toronto, of justice, for this, It the straight, path." Thursday RO-MO 37 7 57m.51.75pl 373-M7J. (M-)IOT-76-P)
Ont..Cortodo. Also,, campus representatives > Boho'l Writings (J.IT-79-C) ( ) dissertation, thesis,
required:Picas write. ((1-35t-70- Found: Ladies Gold Watch In vicinity of will type ,your fast and accurate.
STObEKITS FRIEND" p) LOST& FOUNDFound Leigh Hall Feb 5, 75. Coll 377-8905 (l-5f- e manuscripts,o flenced.reports 377.4613 (M-5T-76.P)

MY VAlENTINE'S GOT BEAUTIFUl EYES : Cor key outside, of Bortran Hall. 77-p) _
OF BLUE ,NICE TO LOOK AT FOR ME Coll 378-5657 (l.5t-77-p) BEER
AND YOU. BUT I STILL THINK MYVAlENTIN'S lost 1-26-75 tiger tripped kitten w
> white feel ft flea collar,NW 13th St S 4lh. ON SUNDAY
lone 377-8J03 (U2t-78-p! ))
DEPOTII 520 NW 16th Av.. (J-1T-79-P) jJNIV"S.r, PAWN UOk RS
COED'i facial hair removed per lost In Norman area Nikkomol, 35 mm ,,1.1'1 \1 NUBBY'S TACKLE BOX
.. camera in black leather co... Christmas \\J I \ j'84-
nranvntly. Call Edmund Dwyer -
ItctrologiM over 20 years experience. film. inside. Phone 392-0728) or 372-9573. tOAH111* .4Ji TRAP* 1BI.1 South at Light,
Reword. (l l-5t-78-p) .
Coll 372.8039 (J-FR-ol-C)_r tUH'WHEN, you NfnUt' Newberry, Fla.
Poncho's, Bookpackt, Pocks W-fram'es, whoever removed leather pocketbookfrom .
cutlass at arby's lust rflte __ 1.IIIIIIJlIHIIJlI/f1llll///Ii"
Tents, Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes White supreme < < .L.'
call 372-3798 no questions reward (L-4T-
Slog Speedo Bathing Suits. Join Univ.
Hiking 'Club. Aliens Aquatic & Troll 7V-P) ..J OVROID TIME AT/NpSPNFR/
Center. 3448 W. Univ. 3739233fr72(| O'
Advanced Scuba Classes Starting.
SUPER BIKES INC. Has service '
a new
department with the most efficientpeople Underwater Photography Classes edB er. Fww.wt.ne f\j \e\.U M..C'net'
Free lube Starting. Sales service rental air, trips. lmpoc rm .t f4rod
job +
In town for appointment call Dan 4e>II1utl i +eHHtn
Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild Kingdom
377 0722 'for soles S call 377-4901
ports SNUrfY G R.
T.V.)Aliens Aquatic; & Trail Center 3448W.
with oil & Norton Triumph Honda Yamaha 344) '
filter change Univ. 373-9233. (m-fr-72-c) vJeiuwrd>s \\ .
SW Archer rd. The Small Shop that cares ::vk xarts l1Ni"t.1 MrJ.1frt'
obout you&your machine fair prices(j-I1 jl WIRED FOR SIGHT
1124 S E 4th st 3783532learning 1 Ot.78plcatrlnkoil) "The Eyvalau Super Mart"

'. '300 UNIVERSITY SW 4th Ave OPTICIANS, 3784480M5053.C
has been said that a friend iso
gift of gold, a dearest possession one ( ) sctffI:
con have, and a good friend never lets Quality leatherwork never wears out -
you down,you ore all these things to It always wars In At MoSanDu we
experiences in me. Have a Happy Birthday love specialize in custom (leotherwork *
Cynthetto purses belts, coats, lockets, sandals
travel bogs. If it can be mode of leather, ,
make it suit MoSonDu,
we can you.
Congratulations to the new PI Beta Phi
1131 W. Ave 10am-
University open prn
initiates, especially to little sister'
Monday thru Saturday,, by
Cindy. With PI Beta Phi lave, Lynda (J- appointment TYPEWRITERPRORLEMS
2T-79-P) Sundays evenings (|- p-74-

to Paula, the girl.I met at fat boy' I typewriter, calculator, ditto machine '
would tike to have dinner with you on .or a phone from which you con will 1 I
Thursday 2113 at 6:00pm some ploce or These ond lots more or*available In 321 YWve got all the answers
of for studentsIf
year study call bob at 392-8283 (J-3T-79-P-P) Norman Hall. (m-IOl-70-c) SalesServiceSuppliesLease,

you desire advanced Judaic/Hebraic and Israel
study, or Intend to pursue a career In Jewish teachingor
Jewish communal service, a year of study at the co- ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS
educational Hayim Greenberg College) is for you. U
\ /
The curriculum includes Hebrew Language Literature, \ / / SYSTEMS

Bible, History, Education, Philosophy, Sociology, Tal-
mud, workshops and field trips. Credits for coursesare 724 N. Main 373-3359
offered by leading universities with Judaic or Renaissance hinting Inc. ''iiIsIIlIIiMIIwmujaJiII' ,[ 'II"Buiid
Hebraic Departments. Generous scholarships avail- -offers-

for intormilion on Hay/m GtttntHr or other educational progttm Contact:
any camera ready copy

'M.O I Department of Education A Culture) 200 copiesfor
515 Par AWIHM No Y.e.10022.,
((212))7S2-0600*xt 984/S8S
only $3.95 your.

or 1000 copies t SALES/MARKETING

for'.$9.95.Same ,

day service on.most orders. y MANAGEMENT

Copies 'as low as 1* ,
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1632 W. University Ave. .. ; ;: CAREERwith

a In the Renaissance Fair 3727436SWEETHEART r(i

,,1>- Hilti, the leading worldwide
secrets manufacturer of fastening

sun systems for construction.If .

.. THE BAND you are receiving a degree (MBA de.
BvRpOER N sired) and have at least one year of
C business (sales experience extremely

helpful) or' ,military experience and are
anxious to grow, an exceptional future
s could await you in line sales management .
at our corporate headquarters or at
one of our many regional offices through

the US,

.We require an aggressive, success-
O :oriented and extremely versatile
individual with the ability to'excel in\ -

either a line sales or a staff position.Our .

intensive field sales training program,
which lasts up to one year leads directly
to an assignment in one of the following

.District Sales Manager with supervisory
responsibility for 4 to 8 salesmen. _

y 1 .Market Planning Manager with respon-
I C SPECIAL"HAIRCUTS" sibility for an entire Sales Region.

Compensation while you are training can be in the mid to upper
teens depending upon your qualifications and location.

We ae a young,tough; h.ard-(1fivin8( organization with the fastest growth
$3.75FIRST rate in the industry. We have doubled in size during the last three yean

MILTIIFASTENING tr,su ere r.peredlo,meet,
FIFTY ONLY .this ehallenpa opportunity,
contact put Placement Office
and sign up(for in interview.Ooffepreuntatntwillbeon.
STAMFORD.CONN.06904 campus February 13.

377-5584 RK REDKEN
An *qM| opportunity employer MX F.




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Independent F1o1dQMigatoltu.nda;: f,Februaryill WS'floJel5
Jive love an I

Jligator. subscription for (Slain, gunman :identified I IThe

alentine's Day. I Gainesville Police Department (GPD) !sentence but n as paroled in February....., 1974.
has identified the man) killed in,a Saturday, :.:_DENNIS W ,S'SHOT""ff16'and mend
'; morning_ shoot-out I with two bf4 lJflf 2klicft" 1. l jfdurmgMhJ l kuirplayl !but"\bslnYatTsfactory\\
j $ officers as Edward Lee Wilson 34 of .condition at William Shands Teaching
j f Gainesville. Hospital Monday afternoon according to
&" .. jtfissf&ll I Wilson died in an ''J officers E.T Shelley and Donald Dennis The firing began",when one of the two men
outside a local bottle club after the officers in the car approached by Dennis and Shelley
'!, intervened in an attempted robbery. "just. came out shooting" Gerard said. >
GPD SPOKESMAN Dick Gerard said The second man lied and was apprehendedby
X41-I t I il Wilson's arrest record showed roughly 20 police later Saturday.
.., ,'if entries for crimes ranging from driving Gerard'said the identity of the man is'not
'io' without a license' and armed, robbery'. to, being released because he has not been
1 I '
i murder. charged in the shooting incident and may be
'" l1 : Wilson's most recent arrest was in 1971 for called to serve as a witness on behalf of the
f possession a firearm by a convicted felon police department if an investigation into the
;; according to Gerard.. shooting is undertaken by the state attorney'sot'fice.
Gerard said Wilson received a five-year' .
.. .

/ .,:-,.'." I Vet loans .play, hard to .qet.... 1 1By I

DOUG HATCH Florida Students Assistance Grants Groseth
Alligator Staff Writer said. These'grants provide money for tuition .",..
and education for all students.'f'-
how about Veterans should consider getting their loan Groseth said financial aid officials told himit
ell Mom?
your money from some other source than the new would be far easier for veterans to apply for
$600 tuition loan Rolf Groseth the state grants.
MII --- --- --- -- ------ ---- program
Coordinator of Veterans Affairs said. March 1 is the deadline for applying for the
1 l II| am enclosing $5.50 per quarter for_quarters j Because veterans have to prove they can get state grants to be used for next year I.
money from no,other source they may,find Douglas Turner' director of student
mail subscription to the Independent Florida applying for the $600 loan a "pain in the Financial Aid said. _
ass," Groseth said. The Veterans Affairs Office can provide the
Alligator 1 "IT (THE LOAN PROGRAM) involves information on the new loan program but
1 being certified by the schools and several applications still haven't been received
I l II| am enclosing $20 for 1 year's subscription. 1 lending institutions recognized by the federal Groseth said.Applications.
1 government that they will not lend (the for Florida grants are handledby
NAME OF RECIPIENT. DATE 1 veteran) any money." Groseth said. Student Financial Aid Office room' 23
Veterans may find it easier to apply for the Tigert Hall.

STATE 71P 1 1.a I Three fop officials discuss jobs \I

--- -- .a
-- -. --- --a..a------ Two UF administrative officials and the
Student Body president will speak on the
Plaza of the Americas at noon Wednesday.

LUNCH SPECIAL 11-3 PM Speaking will be Dr. Harold Hanson
executive vice-president Coach Ray Graves




body president

FRENCH FRIES I FRENCH FRIES, I Rape 'Awareness Day set"Rape I-

COLE SLAW COLE SLAW, Awareness Day" will be held-in the p.m. Wednesday.In .
J. Wayne Reitz Union on Wednesday the evening a self defense demon
BEAN OR February 12.Information. stration is planned by self defense expert
tables will be set up around Alyce McAdam at the Center for United
SALAD the Union to inform people of the facts and Ministries 1402 W. University Avenue.
POTATO SALAD /YOUR CHOICE POTATO precautions that can be taken against rape. Admission is 50 cents.
Two movies produced by the University' Rape Awareness Day is sponsored by the
Police Department, "Nobody's Victim" and Rape Information Counseling Service in
89C "Thumbs Down"will be shown for free at the cooperation with the National Organizationfor
HAMBURGER 2 PIECES University Auditorium at 1:30: p.m. and 3:30: Women.

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The QUARRY Rocks Minerals love for Sale at the Gainesville The Violet House Come see .U Popillon 112$.Main Recycled For all,men's ft women's hairstyling
we carry aquaria rock, minerals, Shopping Ctr.on N. Main Is the Gainesville's only African Violet Clothes 25c to $10 tues sat. needs; IJ', Country f
lab. equipment & supplies place our little animal friends Specialists 100's of varieties ,to 10am-6pm 3789525; Donations Squire at 1.75 ft Newbeny Road
Custom design jewelry a say has the things that make choose from, fast personal gratefully acceptedFor has the expertise to do the job
specialty-Visit the Cactus them happy. And pets for your service. Meet Gigl and The right. For app. call 377-5459.
Garden 922 NW 4th St. 373-3872 happiness! Prince 15 SE 4th Ave. 377.8465 Drive out soon.
the least expensive price 'foi
NO. 1 THRIFT STORE Why UP 'N' Yer Attic we have Mother Earth 604 NW 13th St. .all floral needs, visit Santa Fe
spend more than you have to: books, bikes, desks, beds, old has a wide variety of Natural Floral Wholesale 210 NW 1 10ftAve. I
see our ad this page. 104 S Main. jewelry. Unomits new & old 916 products for the total body Remember. Were a retail I
We buy and sell I NW 4th St. 378-9445, experience 'Visit us soon Ir I store now.

For those of you Interestea In ..
Nostalgic Nonsense, Once Upona
A Shed a little I wide Time assortment Antiques NE of 1st olden Ave hasa but

t golden items. Andes ei"

LIGHT For the finest sound equipmentIn
this part of Florida,Audio,etc.. Send the FTD
In the Millhopper Shopping Ctr. tM
has long been recognized by
\ on your studies sound enthusiasts as WVEflCNIE
r Gainesville's finest.,I .

This Valentine please her
Week..Reach more
Bookpacks, Rugby Shirts, and ouch Her : the LoveBundle
Wool rich Shirts, White
flowers. almost
with A anywhere
$33.18 Speedo Bathing Sylts. Full line red satin heart. ,'i; ..... by wire. But
of Gear&Scuba
Camping Equip.' And a vial of ..!' do hurry...
3448 W. Univ. 3739233. .
FTD's exclusive Valentine'sDay
NOW 59good Joie is almost
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By Alligator GARY Staff BALANOFF Writer ,, ', ,collective recognized! agents or for"no agent" meaning, was a statement of preference and did, ,not,,, included in all bargaining"' <<; I units.

I Frank B. Wood, chairman of the' Wood's bargaining committee is would not take'place.. have legal weight."We'd The regents office sent a letter informing a
Dr. engaged in providing like the university to be a bargainingunit University of North Florida department
( of Concerned Faculty expressed information to
committee collective and faculty members regarding the ," Wood said but he added the committee chairman he could not participate in
of possibility of
disapproval the voting against all collective is not.a lobby group or a bargainingunit collective bargaining if he wanted to maintainhis
I unionization Monday following recent bargaining agents. in itself. chairman.
issues to a statewide vote "If the position as
the whole
efforts to bring university votes as a unit" Wood said quality institutions around the "With any common sense at all they
I unionization
by faculty members.I and collective bargaining could nation had not voted for unionization. (departmental chairpersons) have to be
I Wood said his,group wants to make sure be voted down by a 2-to-l margin at UF, he "
"SOME OF TIIEM may need a union, but considered management, Wood said.
I know they have an alternative -
faculty members said.THE we don't," Wood, said, referring to other He said allocation of funds is very im-
I when they vote. UF UNIVERSITY SENATE passed a schools and departments around the state. portant in many departments, and depart-
EACH collective
MEMBERS OF resolution Dec. 5 supporting the establish- Wood also said he favored the Board of ment chairpersons often are chiefly
[bargaining unit may vote for any of the fi.ent of UF as a separate bargaining unit. It Regents position that chairpersons should be responsible for that allocation.

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I By RENA tl'STEIN: Williams' also said he made the first motionon He added that the Regional Utilities Board
| Alligator Staff Writer th city commission to urge support for the (RU3)) is poorly structured and is geared to
i 18earold vote. He said this motion was serve big customers.He .
Former Gainesville Mayor-Commissioner made months before the Supreme Court also said the local schools are in '
I T.E. "Ted" Williams recently announced his ruling giving'the vote to ISyearolds.j "Serious( jeopardy" because of present utility
{I' candidacy for the commission in the up- According to Williams, the major concernof rates.
I coming May election. many citizens are "present utility rates and "IT IS SO SERIOUS that talk of closing
|I Williams is the third candidate to make a whether electric energy will continue to be them is beginning to take place," he said.
I formal announcement, following incumbent available to the lower income familieis at a Williams urged the appointment of a
A._ r | City Commissioner Joe Little and UF cost they can afford." citizen's panel to investigate the existence of
maintenance electrician Jim Hyland. "TilE CITIZENS OF GAINESVILLE are "Florida Power Corporation's local political
IN HIS ANNOUNCEMENT, Williams unable without great and timeconsumingeffort machine" because he said "the public has a
,e i I ''cited his past accomplishments on the ,to grasp the overall spectrum of what is right to know." .
i 1 commission from 1966 to 1972: happening and what has happened to their In his statement, Williams also said he
\ Having a record in good zoning. and utility system" his statement said. opposes "piece-meal consolidation" and
? ,planning decisions. In a telephone interview, Williams said he added that "changes in, governmentalstructure
j I I Perfecting the quality of the Municipal plans to point out past mistakes that "look should be made by citizens and not
7.: | Court. almost intended." politicians." ,

I'I t Instituting recreation and child daycare According to Williams, candidates that The longtime employe of Southern Bell said
I programs would vote for Florida Power Corp.and would he has no connnction: with UF or Santa Fe
I.E.'TED' WIWAMS Maintaining good city-employe support their interests have been elected in Community College but has "a visible con-
announces candidacy relations. the past to the city commission. cern for all of,their: problems."

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Rat A Goden-,Glow Your u/i/n

I" Dorm co-op reopeningBy I .-' x 15' QfrrtfBiTpipU; for students' "IP. Picture |0 and full-time.!! !*" student. fee '

: ) V".Museum- f Road ..crosl,1'* miiit be shownJLocatedfn "

., :...s. frontlak. *:Alice 3 | x i e $7 fee provides water, ferHlrerr ', '
-* 7 '- f f mulches tools, stakes,,e tcvReglstratlOflfebruiry15.14ptm.at :"
J DEBBIE ERICKSON /from Sunbeam. : ? >'
Alligator Staff Writer Haulman said "If the food is preorderedand gardens, f forllarchfslune 30 Reason .i i Call 392.s 519 for,jnore'Information
pre-paid, it is looked as at distribution .
The Murhpee Area Milk and bread Co-op point. I' 'srucfenf roc raCouncil' Gardens .
will reopen within the next week after being "This way a group of students are getting JSponsored
closed two weeks for violating a Board of together and ordering products wholesale to by STUDENT AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL
Regents policy. receive lower prices" he said. .
Stephen Haulman, Murphee Area administrator WHEN THE CO-OP REOPENS there will
said, "The policy states there be two tables set up for placement and
shall be no selling of merchandise on UF prepayment of orders.the other for picking up NEW & DIFFERENTOPENING
campus by any individual or group. orders previously placed.
"NEITHER THE STUDENTS nor I The co-op will be open from 4:45: to 5:30:
realized we were violating a regents' rule," he Monday through Friday. SOON
said. Dixie Donovan, milk and bread co-op
Students wanting to purchase bread or bookkeeper,said,"The new pre-order and pre
dairy products from the co-op must now place payment policy will require extra work.

their orders at least one day in advance. "Last Monday there were only seven Mc DAN I EL L'S FLEA MARKET
Before it was closed the milk and break co volunteers working at the co-op but we may
op had been operating like a store. need more," she said.
"THE FOOD WAS BEING pre-ordered,
I' an inventory was kept and we had to charge 1201 E. UNIVERSITY ',AVE.
ti ; one or two cents more on all products to cover MIT prof speaksPaul ,I;, "j
1 a spoilage fee," said Haulman.
James Hennessey, director of housing, said .,
''l.\ "" *" the coop cannot shelve items because they do Samuelson, professor of economics at .SELL YOUR PRODUCE CRAFTS CLOTHING ANTIQUES,.
not pay taxes. the.Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SOLID LOCKABLE INDOOR BOOTHS
\ "They would be in direct competition with will speak on the "State of the Nation" at 5 LOW WEEKEND & MONTHLY RATES
the people on and off campus that sell these p.m. Wednesday in University Auditorium.The CALL 378-3431 FOR INFORMATION
t I food items," he said. lecture, sponsored by the College of RESERVE YOUR BOOTH NOW.
THE CO-OP RECEIVES ALL of their Business Administration and Accent '75 is

dairy products from the UF dairy .service part ')f the "Economic Issues of the '70's" "PUT YOURSELF IN BUSINESS"I
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gekle Resents"Cinderella" t


!t t 25 630P.M.ARREDONDO: .

Saturday,.February 15 Z:00p.m. 4 ROOM

University Auditorium

: t'U' of F Students zt NonStud.nbFREE J t t WAYNE, REITZ
A seriesof Informal lecturediscussionson .
$100 t
various topics concerning personal
t growth and development.
'.11 I- t

Children under 12. (I.00.; must be accompanied by an adult.Suggested. t
for Grades K-6 especially, t The Emigrants tells the story of the great Tim Russell Ed.S., Montage Counselor
Swedish emigration to America In the middleof
f/ the 19th century. Those who set out on this I
r great adventure were the most adventurous, Wed., February 12. ,7:30 to ':30 p.m.
t the bravest, the most daring and resourceful.! Lounges 122 ft 123 JWRU
t Tired of poverty and tyranny, social injustice
and religious persecution In their homeland
"The NightThoreau r they resettled In the Medwest to create a
new and better world. The cast Includes Uv FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
\ Ullman and Max von Sydow.

Spentin 0

Sponsored by the J.
Wayne Keitz Union
Jail"Saturday t WED.i THUR..FES,12: t 13':30;':30 and Student Mental Health Staff. l

February 15 8:15p.m. The program will Include on
University Auditorium CREATIVE COOKERY assemblage of artifacts,
music exhibits and entertainment -
'I, WORKSHOP from the home
country as well as a feasting
I tl I upon typical Grecian food.
I Featuring the preparation of MATZO BALLS AND POTATO KU GEL
1 UoF Students
U of f Student sR 'i Non-Students '
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February 12 7:30 p.m. 5.00
rkket for non-students ore available at the University Box Off k. (Cant -I J..Wayne Reltx' Union Bakery
stons Theatre). University of Florida students may co 392-1653 to secure Tickets are available at the
1 unpaid reservations.These reservation will be held at the. University Box j University Box Office
-! ( Offic. until 4:00: p.m. Friday February 14.. j (Constons Theatre) begin-
ning February 10 from 12:00
r I Sponsored by Student Government Programs And the J. Wayne Ritz! to 4.30
t Union. Reservations required. Call 392-1655,9:30-4( 30 hold Monday through
: to a seat.
Friday. No tickets will be
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Florida Independent Alligator / PORn-S( ) Will Gators

I .. .. '.. "," ,
Tuesday%February 11. 1975, Page 19 \ \ '' "*' *. .*.. .
improve over

:, .., last season) ?
Gators win thriIIe"'rBy : : ;

You can hear it.

They've just started to whisper it. Some even say it
ANDY COHEN 15 points down in the second 2:14
the '
contest the
put Gators victory, their seventhin
Alligator Sports Writer half to squeeze by the Georgia Gators up for the first time in the conference against five But nobody yells it yet the yelling comes after. Satur-
Bulldogs 66-65 in front of a the evening 62-61 and four losses. day's game in Auburn if it shall come at all.
The Gators shook off an ice,jubilant Alligator Alley free throws, two each by THE GATORS could do It shall come after the Gators play Auburn this Saturdayin
cold first half last night and crowd. Norman Caldwell and Bostic nothing right in the first halfas Auburn, Ala! -it shall come if they win for the fifth
came back from as many as Don Bostic's layup with provided the final total for the Jack Dorsey and Co. kept straight time. Then, people will 'yell aloud that the
the' Orange and Blue off basketball team from the University of Florida is on its

balance the entire half and way to a better than break even season.

several long Chip Williams GREG FORRER
jumpers narrowed the

Bulldog lead to 14, 41-27 at OPINION

the half. It they make it that far, the break even looks easy.A .
UF played sluggishly in the win against Auburn would put the Gators at 8-5 in the
opening minutes of the SEC. They would then have home games remaining
second half but with about 10 against Tennessee and Kentucky,with road contests to be

minutes left, the threesome of played in' Oxford against Ole Miss, ,Tuscaloosa! against
Mike Ledermen. Bostic and Alabama, and in Nashville against Vanderbilt.
Caldwell took over from both Can you envision just two victories against those five
the field and the foulline. clubs? ,

What John Lotz called, "a It's not ,impossible. If you saw them go 3-8 last season -.

tough pressure defense" only to win their last six of seven, you wouldn't put moneyon
forced several key Georgia them failing to do so again. '
turnovers and in'each instance Of course, the Gators have two nationally ranked teamsto
the Gators took advantage tackle after Auburn in the Tennessee Volunteers and
of the miscue to the Kentucky Wildcats.But .

narrow the lead. last year they had to play Kentucky, Vanderbilt and
THE GATORS, whose Alabama in their end of the season swing. They beat them
overall record is now 11-11

had four players in double all.At the time Chip Williams was in the midst of an All-

figures, Williams leading the SEC season. He was averaging over 20 points a game and
way with 16, followed by playing good defense. '
Ledermen's 14, Bostic with 12 He failed to do either of the two early in this season, but
and Caldwell with 10. of late he has found that magic. Bruno Caldwell has also

photos by george kochanlec jr. Bill Magarity led Georgia found it in the last few games-couple that 'with the
with 18 points followed by the already steady play of Gene Shy and Mike Ledermanand -

BRUNO CALDWELL DRIVES IN talented Dorsey with 17, only you might have an' improvement on last year's 9-9

.iced victory with two foul shots four of which came in the fourth place finish.
second half. John Lotz would like it that way.

I Norm Carlson knows all, about UFsports I

By MARK JOHNSON local sporting crowds con total athletic program." end up hurting the player

Alligator Sports WriterSo sidering the vast amount of "We organize all the more than helping him.
information on UF sports he reporting of athletic events on Newspaper people are more

you want to know the has at his fingertips."I'D this campus and also now sophisticated than that"

number of passes Carlos some of the off campus events
Bermudez caught in the third SAY we have about 12 because the wire services haveso THE,HARDEST aspect of
to 15 file cabinets with Carlson's job is "securing the
quarter vs. Houston in 1969? greatly cut down.
nothing but statistics on all amount of publicity and
Norm Cat(son can tell you. his five-man
Carlson and attention that each individual
sports, he said, "plus
Or the
rushing of
Nat Moore yardage another 16 file cabinets full of staff are kept busy mainly by sport thinks they deserve."
versus Miami in of brochuresand
the publication "We're caught in the
nothing but pictures of teams
1972? Norm Carlson knows
and the
and players, both current and press guides middle of the news media and
too. Or
the number of
past.. printing of news releases. the space they've got, and the
polka dots
on Doug Dickey'sboxer athlete and coaches who
shorts? "We've gotten away from
feel that their
of rightfully sportis
When asked about some "
WELL NORM just grinding out
worthy of top rating all the
his interesting experiences
CARLSON, the UF sports more Carlson said. "We try to time," he said.
publicity director may not be \ as publicity print mainly features-a type
able to reveal that information director, Carlson replied, of release that a guy can take And then there are all the
but he's probably "I've had a lot of them, a lot" things out of and ,use in a speeches and conventions, the
been asked. of them I can't talk about. column, or maybe get an idea sportswriters who need hardto

"We've had a lot of weird that would make him want to find statistics to meet ,a
of the things
"One great "
questions in his own column. minute
here, Carlson write fifteen deadlinewhy
about this job is that it's a
said. "I've it's wonder Carlson's
been awakened at no
dealing with' people job, and "Wfc PUT OUT brochureson 3
one or two o'clock in the fashionably-styled hair is
it's a lot of fun he said. all 17 team sports, including -
morning by some guy in a bar turning gray.

about wanting to know something Carlson has been workingin said. "We the aim women.them Carlson for. the BUT CARLSON has come

in last what week's Steve Spurrier" did sports publicity since 1958 news media although some of along way from,his days as a,
game. 'when he served under Ray in
the coaches use them sportswriter with the Atlanta
"My wife would like to have When
Graves at Auburn. Journal when his 70 hour
our number unlisted but in Graves came to UF in 1963 recruiting. work weeks left only a few

this job, we" can't do that kindof Carlson came with him. "We work real hard on the hours for his wife and
thing he said.
individuals on
of children.
It's understandable why CARLSON SAID HIS JOBis promotion sectional and
Carlson would be such a "to secure as much both basis when they're "The reason I like it betterat

valuable entity among the publicity as possible for theWrestlir1gtor:1igp"t national deserving of attention," ( UF)is that it's enjoyable to Ms
r said, but such live in a college town and
Carlson "
with athletes,
is alwyas given in work college
recognition individual he said. "There are just sojiiany 1.
; : team rather than ,good perten UUFj ,,=9 !
fil'hT t1
"S associated ljth, the Lee
'! rill '.. 'photo by'and r
<" winningstreak A. n
M'restfing quad put their 31 meet "I've never done a brochure McGriffs. the Preston -
on the line .tonight when they meet Florida International particular athlete. not Kendricks and the .(Nat

University(FlU)in Alligator Alley at 7:30 p.m. on even a when Steve Spurrier was Moore's.Norm." .' '. ...: .UF SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR NORM CARLSON

"Wrestling Coach Gary Schneider said FIU possesses a here." he said. "It just goes Carlson knows that, .. ,he'II tell you anything.regarding Gators
pretty good. squad. :, against m>. grain. I think you too. ..




20.The Independent Florida Alligator,Tuesday,February II, 1975 I
J.welryCompan : Saline Siting Stop


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best display of 5-sfrlng
tit MosonDixon banjos North Florida f featuring
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By RICK ADELMAN nation's !second fasted indoor "HORACE IS the most TV are Florida State Bluegrass
Alligator Sports Writer time of the season the vital part of our track team'." Champions on their Instruments.Hig .
previous night at the Carnes said, "but he can't win w foMl teaches 3-strlng banjo and Roy
Valla teaches mandolin
The Gator track team, was Philadelphia Track, Classic the SEC championship by 8 TV,
Channels A weather guitar.
dealt their severest blow of and relay coach Dave ,Adkins himself. channelUPI' News, New York
the season Saturday night in !said "they were on their wayto "It has to be a team effort Stock Exchange, ,2 FM stations on STOP BY AND SHOP IN OUR NO-
TV Channels and 9 FM and 04 4 AM
their best time of the and we have a of
Louisville when half-miter group stations on the FM b.nd.UNIVERSITY PRESSURE ATMOSPHERE.
Horace Tuitt pulled a !season." outstanding individuals."
hamstring muscle in the mile Adkins said Tuitt tried to Carnes is hoping that either TELEVISION CABLE CITY CO.INC 311 N.MAIN
relay. limp to the finish line but UF Wimy Alexander or Bob 522 N.MAIN ST. 373-4396 lESSONS; m."' '. "
Tuitt injured himself as he head coach Jimmy Carnes Rambo can take Tuitt's placeon J
was rounding the first curve decided to pull Tuitt off the the mile relay squad.
of his 440 anchor leg. track. MEANWHILE freshman
MITCH GOINGS, Noel Carnes said the injury Mike Sharpe broke two more
Gray, Beaufort Brown, and could keep the half-miler out records at the Games.
Tuitt had recorded the of the SEC championships. His winning triple jump of52'9Vi" : ItolSTUDENT
broke Ron Coleman's"school r \
mark of S2'2'/j"' set in
1972 and his 6.7 second
nightat clocking bettered in Nate the Jenkins 70 yard school dash ADVISEMENT' NEEDS YOU

record by four tenths of a
RathskellerCircle second. TO ADVISE STUDENTS!

Both Hesley Bostic and

Vince Cartier finished fourthin If you are interested in helping students
K is sponsoring a "Coliseum Night" Wednesday at their respective events, the

the Rat from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 70 yard hurdles and the mile help themselves then pick, up an ,
The occasion will help raise money for a coliseum. run.Pole '
FIVE KEGS of free beer will be on hand as well as the vaulter Will Freeman application in 358 Little Hall.For .
J group<: Sunrise Highway.A cleared J 16 feet for fourth
SI.50 donation is required.' place in that event while Steve
*" An additional keg will be given to the group or organizationwho Otf failed to place in the high more information, call'Steve Hagen 392-1521

is represented by the most persons at the Rat. jump.

fencing team takes

.. state championship e 8s Sww'ng YOU Care

"t" For the first time ever, the fencers put the finishing title is now theirs.OUTSTANDING. a>; Short you Care, (}We Your Sweetie.A ;Book

state championship has been touches' on their season's team
captured by the UF fencing domination of the Florida members contributing to this f$?
team the Florida Fencers.In Intercollegiate Fencing year's championship effortare
Tampa Saturday, UF Association(FIFA). The state :
In men's foil, epee and fJ'7:

sabre Darrell Bennett. Pat 1 Q
IMTRAMURALS Combs, Hogo Orizondo and &. :'
Ed Trausneck.In \ "
women's foil epee, : :

Today is the dealine for signing up for Men's Independent Dorrie Arnold, Colleen -/i'/ Inspirational
\f'1.. Tennis. A team consists of four individuals, two singles and Colovos and Jennifer GardeningCook o\
- one doubles team. Sign up in the IM office, 229 Florida Gym, Lightner.The .. ',' & Home Economics.' .

392-0581.. FIFA chapionship cup : Poetry, 4
Wednesday is the sign up deadline for Women's Independent has been in Tallahassee with' ") Games a

Badminton. Badminton teams consist of five the FSU fencers for the past ,'" Music 4'
individuals, one singles and two doubles teams. three years. They will O
Health '
Men's Independent bracquet winners will compete in a relinquish it in March at the $
single elimination basketball tournament beginning Friday, FIFA individual championships Popular Reading
Feb. 14. Schedules may be picked up in the IM office. when it will be Florida
Fraternity Bowling draw will be held in room 220 Fla. Gym, officailly presented to the c Photography, & Cinema QQ Q
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