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Florida AlligatorFEB.12, 1975

NO. 80Judge
puolished by Compu Communication Inc., Gainesville, Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida

extends temporary injunction I IBy


STUART EMMRICH be sufficient. petitioners argued the Honor Court hearingsdo also covered by the law.
Alligator Staff Writer The action by Green Tuesday came only a fall under the provisions of the Sunshine Turner explained that the Board of
day after he had ruled against a similar Law and were being illegally held in secret. Regents which has been shown to come
Over objections from UF Atty. Tom Biggs motion by Biggs to have the injunction lifted. Turner,pointed out the Honor Court makes under the provisions of the Sunshine Law,
that a continued halt bf all Honor Court BIGGS SAID at" Mondays hearing the recommendations on student discipline to the delegates the authority to deal with student
secret hearings would "cause the end of the injunction should not have been issued U president.. who, has final .authority to discipline to the individual university.
honor system at UF. a Gainesville circuit because no prior notice was given to UF, but implement them.. "They '(the BOR) cannot avoid the law by
judge extended the temporary injunction Green denied his request to lift the injunction. TURNER SAID past court decisions and delegating those powers to the university,"
against the closed hearings Tuesday. Officials of the Honor Court and UF would an'opinion by the state attorney general said Turner argued.
Judge R.A. Green extended the injunction not say Tuesday what will be the future of the such advisory boards. because they report to '
tor approximately 30 days, when a hearing pending Honor Court hearings, but. it. (is an agency covered by the Sunshine Law, are.iJ (See 'Injunction, page seven)
will be held to decide whether or not the probable that all hearings will be suspended
Honor Court proceedings come under the until a final decision is reached. on the'
Florida Government-in-the-Sunshine Law. Sunshine Law question. N
TUESDAY'S HEARING was 'originally The Honor Court is not prohibited from
scheduled to decide if a permanent injunction holding open hearings but Honor Court
should be issued against all closed Honor Chancellor Robert Harris said, under,
Court trials and hearings, but Biggs asked for questioning he would not voluntarily hold
more time to present his arguments againstthe open hearings because it violated the UF
Sunshine Law applying to the Honor Student Body Constitution.THE I,
Court. SUIT to bring a permanent injunction '
Although Biggs repeatedly inquired witnesses against the secret hearings was
about what kind of effect a "six weekto brought jointly by The, Alligator, the F 1
six month delay" would have on the ef- Gainesville Sun and UF law student Judy ...,. ff
fectiveness of the Honor Court, Green said he Collins. ?
saw no reason why a 30-day delay should not Larry Turner, one of the attorneys for the : 1
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State to pay for' water ? .... y

By DEBBIE IBERT According to City Attorney Osee Fagan
and Gainesville residents in 1904-1905 en
RENA EPSTEIN couraged state officials to locate UF in
. Alligator Staff Writers Gainesville by offering free water to UF
By the 1950's the agreement had become "a
Any increase in UF's water bills should be financial burden" on the city because of UF'sgrowth
paid tor by the Florida legislature accordingto Fagan said.
a law enacted in 1970. In 1955. the Florida Supreme Court ruled
But if the legislature fails to appropriate that Gainesville had to continue honoring the
sufficient funds the citizens of Gainesville obligation. No other city in which a ,state rF,
will\ have to pick up the tab. university is located is under a similiar
THE REGIONAL UTILITIES BOAR. obligation he added.
DRUB( ) is scheduled to vote Wednesday on TilE STATE LEGISLATURE came to the
the controversial proposal ,to charge more .city's rescue in 1970 by passing a law
than $600 per hook-up for new water and requiring the legislature to appropriate fundsto
sewage customers and to increase the monthly pay UF's water bill, Fagan said.
charge. tor service. Ramsey said, "Three years ago the
The proposal would mean a $300,000 legislature paid $50,000 which was a portion
increase in UF's utility bill said Calvin of UF's water bill., Last year they paid
Greene. UF physical plant director.. $160,000 and this year they paid between
At the City Commission meeting Monday $260,000 and $25O.000-the full amount.
night, Commissioner Russell Ramsey said. This was paid directly to the Regional
"The city fathers sold us out on the water Utilities." hires
photo by chip
rates'and provided that UF be given water In the face of an increase in UF's bill,
free." Fagan said he "feels sure the legislature will Goodbye cruel world .
'" RESIDENTS OF GAINESVILLE "will treat the City of Gainesville equitably," and ,

definitely" receive an increase of a couple of continue to pick up the tab. Being governor of a large state in the executive is merely using one of his
bill each month if the IF UF'S BILL GOES UP to 'estimated
dollars in their utility an
middle of a recession can be rough, but many dramatic gestures as he speaks to
additional $500.000 Greene said, the
refuses legislaturemay
to appropriate
legislature per year
can Fla. Gov. Reubin Askew really be an agriculture conference here I
funds for UFs bill. Ramsey said.CALVIN or may not appropriate enough funds to
cover the increase. ready to end it all? No, the chief yesterday. See story, page three.

Should the legislature deny budget requests .. .
for extra funds "the university's hands are
tied:' he added. "We will, be unable to pay Marston seeks funds I
beyond what is appropriated."
According ,to City Manager B. Harold By TOM SIIRODER HOWEVER, MARSTON said "The
Farmer if Gainesville must pick up UF's Alligator Staff Writer Lieutenant Governor made no other commitment
water bill, the only way it could be done wouldbe than to. study the proposal.
to increase taxes or decreaee expenditures- UF President Robert'Q. Marston and State The tuition money "essentially is a
"WE DO NOT HAVE THE ,flexibility and University System Chancellor Robert Mautz reflection of this year's unexpected increase in '
xrk there would be no way to do it otherwise" he asked the state Tuesday to release $1.24 university system enrollment," Marston said. .\
million to help the university system weatherthe Mautz said most state universities have
said.He added that Gainesville's budget tor this present financial crisis. received only 99.4 per cent of funding'needs
year has already been adjusted a half million Mautz and Marston met with Florida Lt. from the state.
dollars. Farmer said he is hopeful the needsof Gov. Jim Williams in Tallahassee to seek the TilE ADDITIONAL ONE and one-quarter
UF will be "taken care of." release of more than $1 million worth of million dollars would supply the remaining .6
Gainesville charges higher, rates for water surplus tuition money. per cent plus some additional funds for rising
than other cities like Tallahassee. Farmer "WILLIAMS RECEIVED the information utility costs Mautz said.
said because Gainesville gets its ,water from and agreed to take the proposal under Mautz estimated UPs share of the money
underground springs and it must be purified.He consideration, Mautz said. would be $400,000.Marston .
said Tallahassee draws its water from Marston said he hoped tor a decision some said, "I 1 would have liked
GREENE springs that are almost pure and therefore time next week. $700.000, but $400.000 is half way there."
they do not have to pay for expensive Mautz said he was optimistic Williams
sees $300,000 increase puriti"'ation. would agree to release the money. (See 'Funds,,' page seven)



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I Ford eyes war prospect in MideastTOPEKA I

Kan. (UPIPresident) Ford said Tuesday that

unless progress is made toward a Middle East settlement .
"There is a very serious prospect of another war. and .

another oil embargo." ."0n" / .
The President:told anews conference, that Secretary of \ ;( MIT! 9

State Henry A. Kissinger is on a "diffic ssignment" and
"deserves the full support of the American people and

Congress"Israeli settlement.in step-by-step attempts for a negotiated Arab- Ford releases

"liE IS more or less on an exploratory mission," Ford said .
at a session with reporters on his tour of the country to r <
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promote his energy and economic policies. funds
Turning to domestic matters Ford defended his energy highway

conservation proposals but acknowledged "there were some
gray areas.
"At least it's a program," the President said. "If there was.
a better program I'm confident Congress could come up TOPEKA, Kan. (UPIPresident) Ford told a cheering
with it. I welcome- alternative program if one can be put Kansas Legislature Tuesday that $2 billion in impounded

together by the Congress, but 1 will not tolerate delays I will federal highway funds would be released' immediately to
not tolerate inaction." create more jobs for Americans.

AS FOR the economy Ford declined to specify what i The President, obviously elated by the most enthusiastic
contingency plans he has for action if the situation worsens. greeting of his campaign to sell his energy-economic programto

He said that under his economic program he expected the : the people also announced plans for'rebates to farmers

increase in unemployment will gradually go down at the end forced. to pay higher fuel prices under his energy program.
of 1975 and be improved in 1976. FORD DEPARTED from his text in midspeech to accuse

Ford indicated he might go along with a move by Congressto the Democratic-controlled Congress of delaying a solution to

modify his windfall profits tax on oil companies to permit the country's problems.
the companies to "plow back" profits into research and PRESIDENT FORD Holding a copy of his 167-page energy economic programin

development of new supplies. : .gets enthusiastic greeting his right hand Ford waved in his left a four-page paper he
Defending his request for an additional $300 million in aid said was the only response Congress had made-a move to
to South Vietnam, the President said: "the $300 million delay his ordered S3-a-barreI hike in foreign oil import fees.
would give the South Vietnamese an opportunity to defend "I think the American people want something like this,"

themselves against aggression. It's the right answer to give the Ford said, "lather. than something that goes backward like
South Vietnamese the hardware to defend themselves." Wednesday N J. CENGLERWir this," waggling the paper. "Congress ought to get rolling on

Editor this rather than wasting his time on this."
Oil/ resources questionedWASHINGTON capsule FORD SAID the highway-mass transit funds will create an

(UPI) The government has vastly estimated 125,000 jobs and can be put to work by states as
overestimated the nation's remaining oil and gas resources early as June 30. He said details of his rebate plan for far
critical efforts to acheive mers would be announced "within the next few weeks."
and this may have a impact on
energy independence a private scientific study concluded plan near completionWASHINGTON In Washington, Chairman Jennings Randolph, D-W. Va.,
of the Senate Public Works Committee said, "This money will\
uesday. (UPI)) Senate Democrats Tuesday have the double impact of easing undemployment and
The report, drafted by the National Academy of Science's
Committee on Mineral Resources and the Environment, neared completion of an alternative to Presidnet Ford'senergy helping the states to build needed roads. More than 300,000
questioned U.S. Geological Survey estimates of undiscoveredbut proposals, pegged primarily to a new gasoline tax jobs could result from the expenditure of these funds.
recovereable resources of between 200 billion and 400 which would increase if unemployment eased.A Gov. Reubin Askew said in a statement Tuesday that he

billion barrels of oil and from 990 trillion to 2,000 trillion draft proposal by majority staff members of several was pleased with Ford's announcement "which is responsiveto
cubic feet of Senate Committees was taken up informally by the the long urgings of Florida and many other states, to
gas. Deomocratic policy committee's Task Force on Energy and "
The committee said its best estimates place the actual release federally impounded construction funds.
undiscovered but recoverable oil at 113 billion barrels with Economy measures. ASKEW SAID, "It is a sensible and logical way to help
Asst. Senate Democratic Leader Robert C. Byrd, W.Va.,
about 530 trillion cubic feet of gas still undiscovered. Of these stimulate the economy and create needed jobs for many
interviewed on the CBS morning news, said For's plan for "
resources,the report said, perhaps 70 per cent is in Alaska or unemployed individuals.
increasing oil import fees was a "sock it to the consumer"approach
Florida will $43
the outer continental shelf. get million authorized for this fiscal year
U.S. consumption of petroleum for 1973 was 6 billion and added: and will try to get more if it can find the matching funds,
barrels and natural gas consumtion was 23.4 trillion cubic "Now, we're not going to adopt the President's program'we aacording to Mike Dye of the Department of Transportation
have a responsibility to develop alternative proposals (DOT).
feet.The The Democratic draft proposal puts heavy emphasis on DOT estimates that $20
findings point up a sizeable discrepancy between million in construction bids means
conservation. It would include
gasoline rationing onlyas
government: figures used to draft project independence and energy 1,400 new jobs directly or indirectly, and that it will try to ...
last resort, and oil import only when domestic
a quotas
the funnel the new federal into where the
resources believed by most private sources-including built money areas construction
major oil companies-to be available. production up.The industry has been hit hardest.



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Santa Fe pres seeks: : f Nr

. freshmen fundingBy

proposal to cut freshmen enrollment next
Alligator StaitWrSter year, three junior college administrators said
Florida junior colleges will need extra "I see no way the state junior college systemcan
funding if the Board of Regents approves a absorb that 15 per cent without some
additional money. We'd have to have some
help" Santa Fe Junior College President Alan
Robertson said.A .
MARCH 3 Regents meeting will consider
6 4lM. cutting freshmen enrollment in state four-
year 'colleges by IS per cent next year.
State University System Chancellor Robert
'Mautz has requested state universities to hold
freshman admissions to 85 per cent of present

Robertson said most junior colleges. are
down to their "last dollar."
ROBERTSON SAID SANTA FE would do \ ; i. : .
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its best to maintain enrollment at this year's ..;.
level. increase would ."" J,...$ J \ ': .
require ,more ''tv;>?i 1ij":
= t money, he said. photo by chip hints
James Weakly, public relations officer at DWIGHT Hill
St. Petersburg Junior College said,enrollment ...'everything seems to be as it should be.'
limitations and cutbacks in classofferingswere
under study.If .
state universities cut freshmen
Bookstore 'o.k/
enrollment, junior colleges can expect to profits
handle most of the overload. Weakly said. -
handle them physically," Weakly said. By JANET TAYLOR HILL LOOKED AT EXPENSE records
Dr. Peter Masieko president of Miami Alligator Staff WriterNo income records, summaries for last year's
Dade Community College, said the only sales and the present over-all sales but said
problem would be getting enough money from discrepancies were found in an he found nothing extraordinary.The .
the legislature. examination Monday of the financial recordsof records were checked at Lobeck's
"There has got to be a place tor everyone the Campus Shop and Bookstore ac- request, to check the profit margin of the
who wants an education" he'said. cording to investigator Dwight Hill 1UC. bookstore in comparison to the profit marginof
UF Vice' President for Student Affairs Hill, appointed by Dan Lobeck, Student off-campus bookstores.Sam .
ALAN ROBERTSON Arthur Sandeen said holding up acceptances Government secretary of consumer affairs, Getzen manager of the bookstore,
tor the last 15 per cent of the freshmen class said after the examination,"everything is as it said his present profit margin is about one per
.Santa Fe presidentByGARYBALANOFF would !not cause severe problems at UF. should be"
cent.HILL SAID HE IS preparing a proposal to

present to the Campus_Shop and. BookstoreCommittee
Askew stesses function of agriculture Feb. 13 which will recommend
raising the present 50 per cent book buy-back
rate! to 60 per cent.
"WE ARE GOING TO HAVE to pull ,in Askew run, but you sure can't hide" as Askew The rate was lowered last year in com-
Alligator Staff Writer our belts," he said. "Congress and the left the.Union and headed for his car. pliance with the university's policy not to take
President are trying to get together. We can WILBERT LEE AND FREDDY PITTS unfair advantage of off-campus businesses
Gov. Reubin Askew stressed the Importance afford to pull in a little." have been imprisoned for 10 years on a who also cater to students' needs. Richard
of agriculture in Florida now,and in Askew said he was committed to makingsure conviction for murder. Schiffli UF business manager, said.
the future and pledged state governmental agriculture has a proper place in the Even though a witness who testified against Hill said part of President Marston's policynow
cooperation with the state's agricultural state's economy, and that state' governmentwill Pitts and Lee in the original trial has admitted is to improve relations between ,studentsand
industry Tuesday be part of the solution, and- not part of the, ,'falsifying. testimony, the two men are still in the administration. ,
,Askew was in Gainesville to address the problem 'in agriculture., HILL SAID THE bookstore, as a' part of
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences He said the key to success'was productivity Faye Williams, an APSP 'member, said the UF campus should put the welfare of the
(IFAS) 'conference at the J. Wayne Reitz through efficiency whenever' Askew comes to Gainesville, the student first, not that of competing
Union. NOT EVERYONE WAS HAPPY with APSP will be present. bookstores.In .
THE CONFERENCE WAS entitled Askew's visit. She said there was "nothing to talk about looking through bookstore's, records
"Agricultural Growth in an Urban Age." Its _The _A.frlcaleop'' ) jSodalist& Party just open' up the doors and set the brothers Hill also tound a 13 per cent over-all increase
(APSP) had about 12members after ;jn sales last
purpose nwas to 'provide information on' the present free." over year.
growth of the Florida agriculture over the the speech when Askew spoke with the press. Askew ignored the demonstrators, and Getzen attributed the 13 per cent increaseto
next 10 years.Projected They yelled "Free Pitts and Lee" and "Run ducked into his car. inflation and increased student enrollment.
agricultural progress was DURING HIS EXAMINATION of the
analyzed by extension agents throughout each records. Hill said he noticed there was
of the, state's 67 counties in each, of the $30,000 available in surplus funds.
commodities produced. The sum of 530,000 was declared availableby
According to Dr. Jack T. McCown I WAS the Office of Administrative Affairs'
associate dean more than 1,500 people Getzen said.
contributed to the growth study ,throughoutthe Schiffli makes the recommendation to the
state. l Office of Administrative Affairs concerningthe
ASKEW SAID THE strength of the nation s J amount of the surplus.HE .
to be able to produce a renewable, EXPLAINED THAT after looking over
source that is. the food to feed the world. the records and deducting the bookstore's
"It is important for state government to expenses the supplementary amount was
cooperate in every possible way" with around $30,000.
agriculture he said. The Office of Administrative Affairs approved
Askew also adressed the compatibility of Schiffli's recommendation Nov.- 22,
the environment and the agricultural in- 1974.
dustry. The Campus Shop and Bookstore Committee -
"AGRICULTURE IS NOT JUST compatible made up of students and faculty, will
with a clean environment it depends determine how this money is spent.Dr. .
upon it.. he said. James R. Hodges, chairman of the
"We must be concerned for human rights y. committee said they heard proposals at the
too." Askew said adding he will continue to .Feb. 7 meeting from the University Committee -
ask tor increased cooperation from the on Public Programs, the Florida
agriculture industry in the area 'of rights of Players and the Office of Financial
farm workers.Askew Assistance.
also hinted the budget might Hodges said the library will present its
contain some unwanted surprises. "There are photo by ondy n.wmon proposals at their next mwting, Thursday
when GOV. REUBIN ASKEW Feb. 13. The meeting ,- it\ 3:35: p.m. in the
going to be some unhappy people we
release our budget." ."There are going to be some unhappy people when we release our budget.' conference room of the bookstore.Th.lnd.p.nd.nt .


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6.41h lndpndnt Florida Alligator.Wdniday February 12, 1975 _

I Black History Week brings Dick :Gregory to ,,U,',h I

LINDA WISNIEWSKI falsehoods when they should be able to see reality;' Hilliard
By WELSING'S LECTURE will deal "to some degree with the
Alligator Staff WriterA Cress theory of Racism," Taylor said. said
The Cress theory developed by Welsing, states racism is On Saturday. Feb. 15 a "Red. ,,Black..!and Green Ba H" will

concert J by the Spinners and a talk by comedian Dick. .caused by,whites whq secietjv: covet' the color of blacks and be held at 9 p.m. in the.l I Rfthskellar.t
Gregory art\thehiRhlightso1UrsBlack; History Week.. & 'othef'third 'ortaTteo-jjfeiM; ?'sSid. On Sunday Feb. 16, at'1iGn. ;a fashion'sh w'wi1l be held in

"Traditionally Black History Week is held in honor and A reception for Dr. Welsing will be held after her lecture in ,the J. Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom.
memory of those Black leaders who have contributed to the the foyer outside the Communicore Lecture Room. HILLIARD SAID models in the fashion show will be

progress of Black Americans in our society," according to ON FRIDAY, FEB. 14, a talent show will be held in the modeling clothes for "five different scenes."
Joyce E. Taylor, assistant dean for student services and acting Medical Sciences Building Auditorium.The Wrapping up Black History Week is Dick Gregory's appearance -
director of the Institute of Black Culture. talent show will "feature a variety of different talents" on Tuesday: Feb. 18 at 8:30: p.m. in the Florida
CARTER G. WOODSON, founder of the Association for Hilliard said. Gym.

the Study of Negro Life and History in Washington D.C., Some of the performances will include singing!: and dancingacts Gl'egory's talk entitled "Social or Anti-Social Problems,
initiated the celebration of Black History Week, Taylor said. and recitation of.black poetry she said. is part of the ACCENT 75 series visiting speakers.,
"Woodson felt blacks had been neglected in history booksso Week is being sponsored by the Institute of
Hilliard said she will be performing in the talent show and Black History
he published information on blacks' social achievements plans to do an original dramatic scene entitled "Tripping Outon Black Culture, the Black Student Union the Interfraternity
!she said. a Reality Trip." Council. ACCENT. and the J. Hillis Miller Health Center,
Black History Week is also being held during the second
"THE SCENE IS about how black people are hung up on Taylor said.
week in February to commemorate Fredrick Douglass' Feb.

14"FREDRICK birthday Taylor DOUGLASS said. was a really outspoken Day care discrimination outlawed- I

!statesman for black freedom" Taylor said. -
UF's Black History Week will run from Feb. 9 through Feb.
Discrimination creed Commissioners also heard a proposal from a Gainesvilleman
by day care centers to race color
J 18. of nine
a total days, because Dick Gregory was unable to
be scheduled: until Feb. 18. sex or marital status is npw against the law in Alachua to give the unemployed, the handicapped and those
County. students who couldn't find jobs work.
Various activities have been for Black
planned History
Week other than the Spinners concert and Dick Gregory'stalk. The Alachua County Commission Tuesday decided to add John W. Eddy proposed that these persons be given jobs by
The activities include a talent show day care centers, and facilities operating within the county to taking care of county residents' yards.
a beauty contest a
ball, and a fashion show. Taylor said. the public accomodations section of County Ordinance 55, Nor word on who would pay for the proposal was availablebut
the county's anti-discrimination ordinance. the commission has taken the idea under advisement.
1 ALL OF THESE activities are tree to the public, except for
THIS ORDINANCE ADDS day care centers and day care
the Spinners concert on Thursday. Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. in the
Florida Gym she said. facilities under the ordinance which will bring the ordinanceinto
line, with Florida law 74.113," Norm LaCoe, County
Last night, a beauty pageant to crown Miss Black Student said. RE tDEI 'S REDRESSThe
Union was held in the University Auditorium Amanda Attorney
Under the Florida law last by the legislature
passed year
pageant organizer and former Miss Black Student
Union said.Hilliard child care facilities are considered public accomodationswhich person shown with the UF-developed electric car on

said the activities are trying "to bring together the can not discriminate la Coe said. pages one and six of Tuesday's Alligator was incorrectly

whole community and students on campus so that everyonecan identified as Dr. Vernon P. Roan. The person shown was one
participate in Black History Week." Drug store benefit setFour of the students who helped build the car. Bill Freeman 7EG.

"BLACK IIISTORY WEEK also gives black students The Alligator regrets the error.

more of an opportunity to participate in activities on cam acoustic musicians will provide I an evening of entertainment Also, David McEwen not David McElvon as reported in an
pus," Hilliard said. Feb. 13 in a benefit concert for the Corner Drug article Tuesday is the Honor Court staff member in charge of
One speaker who will be at UF during Black History Weekis Store. cheating investigations dealing with accounting and
Dr. Frances Welsing, associate professor of pediatrics at The four musicians are Frank Whiteneck Suzy Chorp, management classes.
Howard University College of Medicine. Dean Squires and Bill Snyder. UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson was dropped
Welsing will lecture in the Communicore Lecture Room The $1 charge at the door will go to the Corner Drug Store from the presidential race of Indiana State-Untoersity, not the
CM I in Shands Teaching Hospital on Wednesday. Feb. 12. and will provide music from 9:30: p.m. to 1:30: a.m. University of Indiana as reported Tuesday.
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: 'By MICHAEL STORTZ Penal de!,, I' DdIIH .pn, he severity of the,,offeps' !1 range. .
Alligator Staff Writer from a written reprimand to expulsion. Denson said. \ .",
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UF Student Conduct Coordinator Robert Denson will have nothing to do with it if it is committed off-campus." :
submit a written report outlining UF disciplinary policy to Denson said. : ; ,

city commssioners by Monday.The "In fact we .even have a prisoner release program that ,,'
University Police Department (UPD) and the UF allows less serious offenders to attend classes while impriSoned i'f"i
Honor Court were called on to submit the report concerning ," Denson said. ;
alleged "preferential treatment" of UF students in civil andcriminal lithe crime is committee on-campus Denson said the y,\'

cases. criminal is subject to "both criminal prosecution and i' ': .
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER NEIL BUTLER said there University sanctions. ,. .

was"much citizen criticism of what was claimed amounted to The utlimate punishment available! .at UF is expulsion,,he NDLBUTIER.RCt. ; CERT DENSON
different sets of laws for each side of 13th Street.. said.
Denson met with Butler, City Manager B. Harold'Farmer, .discus cam pus discipline

UPD Chief Audie Shuler and Vice. President 'of Student '

Affairs Art San_ een and came away "feeling pretty good WHAT'S HAPPENINGBy .

about' it."The __
STEVE PROCKO Americas'Thursday from 9 .m. to 2:30: pm.: For further
people who feel that the campus" is a sanctuary justdon't AWfctor Staff Writer information call 3776906. ,
understand Denson said.
our procedure. 7:30 tonight at the J..Wayne Reitz
SAIL CLUB will meet at
"IF A STUDENT STEALS a book, for'instance, the of-
TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION) an introductory Union 355. For further information call 3732030.
fended student! has a choice: of either prosecuting the case in, lecture;.on. TM will be ,held \tonight, at 8 p.m. in McCarty STUDENT room SUPPER will be held this evening at 6 at 1320
county court or of not prosecuting., Auditorium. For further information call 4952654.
W. Ave. Admission is $1. For further i informationcall
"In that case he has still violated a University policy and i is ANTI-IMPERIALISTS COALITION will meet tonigbtat.tin University

under the Honor Court's.jurisdiction." Denson said. the J., Wayne Reitz Union, 'room- 150B. For further 'in-. ECKANKAR 372-8183.DISCUSSION will be held tonight, at 7:30: in

ormation call 378-0395.' the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 333.
Prof YOUNG DEMOCRATS will meet tonight at 7' in the. J. ,YOUNG DEMOCRATS will meet Thursday at'7 p.m. in theJ.
speaks on .energyDr. Wayne Reitz Union room>; 362. For further:information call Wayne Reitz Union, room 362; for further information call
3732271. 373-2271.
Howard Odum,. Graduate Research Professor in .UC ADVISORY 00ARD will meet tonight at ,7:30 In Little TOWER DANCE) sponsored by Tower Area Government
Environmental Engineering will speak at' 8 p.m. today in Hall room 117.,For further Information call 3928807SIGMA will be held Thursday at 9 p.m. in the.:Tower Commons. For

Floyd Hall, room 104. GAMMA EPSILON will sponsor a. talk by Dr. further information call 392-6111.
-The topic: wilt "Energy Models and Earth, Science" and Howard Odum entitled "Energy,Models in Earth Science" SIMULATED COMBAT CLUB will meet Thursday at 7:30:
is being sponsored by Sigma Gamma Epsilon. tonight at 8 in Floyd Hall room 104. For further informationcall p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 346. For further
392-2233. information call 3783434.

ZERO POPULATION GROWTH; will meet tonight at 7:30 CIRCLE K) will meet Thursday at 6 p.m. in the J. Wayne
in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 361. For further information Reitz Union, room 150C For further information call 392-
Events call 3921635. 1678 or 3928812.FELLOWSHIP .
PSI CHIt will meet tonight at 8 p.m. in the Psychology AND PRAYER MEETING will be held

previously announced campus events have been Building, room 151. For further information call 378-9810. Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in the, J. Wayne Reitz Union room
rescheduled. RAPE MOVE "Rape: Nobody's: Victim" will be shown at 122. For further information call 378-0759.
Executive Vice President Harold Hanson, Athletic Director 1:30 and 3:30: p.m.ln the J. Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium.. MORMON FOLKLORE a discussion with Dr. Roger
Ray Graves and Student Body President Steve Merryday have Admission is free, for further information call 377-6607, Thompson will be held Thursday at noon at the Institute of
been rescheduled to speak on the Plaza of the Americas Feb. SELF.DEFENSE. a demonstration will be held at the Centerfor Religion. For further information call 3727060.,

19. They were originally slated to speak today. United Ministries, tonight at 7:30 p.m. Admission is 50 PRSSA will hold a mandatory meeting Thursday at 7:30:
The two movies produced by the University Police cents. For further information call 377-6607. p.m. in the Stadium, room 236. For further information call
Department being shown in conjunction with "Rape COLISEUM NIGHT sponsored by Circle K. will be held at 373-1009.
Awareness Day" will be shown in the J. Wayne Reitz. Union the Rat tonight at 9 p.m. Donation is $1.50 for the multi- ART AUCTION featuring the works of Dali, Picasso
Auditorium rather than the University Auditorium as purpose coliseum fund. Churchill Max and many others will be held Sunday at 3 p.m.
originally scheduled. GIVE BLOOD the bloodmobile will be at the Plaza of the id the Hilton Inn. Admission is SI to benefit B'nai Israel.

THE EMIGRANTSThe NEW PATHS FORSELFDISCOVERY tHe ldntireestty C eh'oAfI\lllg' \ v4 hf tsSeItes

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"Cinderella"Saturday The program will Include an
assemblage of artifacts
February 15 2:00p.m. music exhibits and en-
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University AuditoriumU country as well as a feasting
FREE ud nt Non.Students$200 l upon typical Grecian food.

Children under 12 $1.00; must be

accompanied by.anadult.

Suggested for Grades K-6 especially.

\. UotF Students

A series of informal lecturedlscusslonj o $3.50General
"The Night
on various topics concerning personal Public
growth and development.
Thoreau Spent l 5.00
U o''F Students e 't Non-Students II
Free Ul Jail $250
Saturday fetouwy lilfpm.UnlvcnHyAudltaHgm :
Emigrant tolls the story of the great
Tim Russell. CdJ., Marriage Counselor are available at theFEAST
Swedish.. America In the middleof
emigration to 'Tickets for non-students are available University Box Office
the 19th century. Those who set out on this at the University Box Office (Con- (Constans Theatre) begin-
great adventure were the most adventurous, 12 7:30 to 9:90:
Wed., February p.m.
from 12OO
of Florida ning February 10 :
stans Theatre). University
the bravest, the most daring and resourceful.
lounges 122 & 123 JWRU
to 430
Tired poverty/ and,tyranny, social, injusticeand ,students may'cq l II l)39r1653, to secure.J .FEB. 25 h ..Friday.: No Monday tickets, will be
in homeland,' I
religious persecution their unpaid reservations.These reservationswill
available.at,the .door.
they resettled in the Medwest to create anew
be held at the University Box 6:30: P.M.ARREDONDO .
and bettor world. Th. cast includes Uv
Office until 4:00: Friday
Ullman and Max von Sydow.WEACTHUR.FBL)2ftl3. p.m. "
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I nionsG: tenure/; dead for faculty members .I

By GARY BALANOFF statement read."Audfcfcjjjuofessionals. and non-tenured faculty 'because those on New said. '
Staff Writer
Alligator are to be placed.in '"research appointments" can teach' on a Patricia Rambo. the division's assistant
i& : & ',.* the non-tb ure accruing positions of research "voluntary" basis which would allow UF to director, said "the statement was given to us
statement .on tenure !in ,biweckly 1 listing scholar or research assistant' itcontinued., till teaching and research,positions with non- by Dr. Robert A. Bryan (UF interim vice
UF grant&ppponunities 't tfig i jredttbel I*' response "tenure, is dead for hundreds of of "There"Y 'no 'quota"that 1 know of on
system putting professionals who are paid Guy said the effect of this policy has im
faculty members" by the United Faculty of from research been tenured faculty," Bryan said.
grants on non-tenured lines is mediately felt by the four members of
Florida, (UFF) Tuesday., creating a whole new group of transient''' the UF speech department who were recently He added the policy was "solely designed to
The statement came in the UF Division of people in positions normally filled by tenured given their termination notices. protect state lines state-funded faculty
Sponsored Research's special an faculty. HE SAID IT WAS MADE CLEAR to the positions) that we have.
nouncements. The division is a part of the Faculty on "non-tenure lines" can't receive Speech Department that tenure could be "It's a policy that's standard'throughout
Office' of Academic Affairs. tenure. granted to the faculty members only by the United States" Bryan said, adding most
"IT IS THE responsibility of the depart NEW SAID THE administrative policy terminating a tenure-accruing faculty good universities' follow the policy;
ment chairman and the principal investigatorto means "you can only get tenure if someone member for each faculty member who "We won't have any new faculty lines next
ensure that all auxiliary professionals hiredon else is refused." received tenure. year" he said, adding UF is trying to protect

research contracts and grants must be Dr. Al Guy, UF chapter president of UFF, "These people were told they were in tenure both people on tenured and nontenuredlines.
placed in non-tenure accruing positions' the said the new policy threatens both tenured earning positions". and later, told otherwise .


I SGP nominees vetoedBy

LESLIE GOLAY Block to resubmit recommendations after
Alligator Staff Writer reviewing the choices the committee
The Student Government Executive Block submits recommendations and the
Committee named three preferences for the committee approves final selection. '
positions of SG productions coordinator and The SG productions coordinator is in
programs coordinator! "Tuesday: afternoon.The charge of the concerts on campus that charge P =
committee did not confirm SG Entertainment admission 'and the SG programs coordinatoris
Coordinator Stephen Block's in charge of the free entertainment ;
nominations tor the positions. programs on campus. -UjT 'i
Block requested that Craig ,Maurer,' 4AS THE COMMITTEE ALSO discussed :
and Jeff Goldstien,3BA, till the positions. various methods to handle student I.fee <
'were, schedule program. .w
last Thurday. Student Body Vice President Lori Caldwell
The' committee did not approve Block's said. "It may be easier for,unelected officialsto L .: '
appointments because of the "Need for raise fees than for elected officials since 'c-1 '
diversity,:: ,of opinion in the directorial staff of they have to think of their constituents." -
'production," according to Student Body The various alternatives it discussed at the
Presdent Steve Merryday.The meeting were to let the legislature delegate all
committee recommended three choices authority to the BOR, to delegate all the
for Block to approve. They were Richard authority to the legislature or to blend the two 3 i iz 6P
Seebald,4PE, Ron Condon, 3BA, and Craig and let the BOR recommend changed and the e
Maurer. legislature approve the BOR recom, w r
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(From page one) HOWEVER, MARSTON SAID, "Whenwe
LAST WEEK WILLIAMS said he had start out with a debt. it is considerablyeasier
"other plans" tor any money saved in the than trying to cut $700,000 out of only
university system.If 15 per cent of th total budget."
Marston's"request is denied he said UF This year UF has committed all but 15 per
can borrow money from the J. Hillis Miller cent of the 1974.74 budget.If .
Health Center and the Institute for Food and I UF is forced to borrow the money a debt
Agricultural Sciences to meet a deficit in UF's $700,000 will strain a budget that provides
general education (E&G) budget. for five per, cent fewer faculty positions than
Marston said borrowing money to pay ofT last year and is already' crimped by 651 f
this year's deficit would create problems next sophomores who will not receive state fun

year when the loan would be repaid. ding. __

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BIGGS, HOWEVER, said he disagreed would "destroy the Honor Court" and the What's ,Scot Galanti, center, teaches two other students
with Turner's interpretation on how honor system at the university. ,
how to juggle last Saturday In the Murphree Com.
SAID students and professors
disciplinary matters handled by the BOR HARRIS
are Galantt and
with mons. others 'organized a program to
and said the president himself, and not a would 'not come forward 'voluntarily :' .. '
interested basic skills of juggling.
teach'anyone the
if knew the proceedingswould 4"' !
information they
for ?
of BOR. is
handling representative student the conduct matters.responsible be open and the names of the students _.... up Not only did about 35'show up, so did a few ''old

"The president is, not a" board ,or com, involved were going to.be made public., . "'"" .. .. ..." hands" at juggling, who 'displayed' specialty. tricks to
mission and the Sunshine Law only applies to Although Harris confirmed the Honor the group. .
Court did have the power to order students to
boards and commissions. argued! Biggs. '
he stressed the honor IN ANSWER the ,Honor Court. since it could still do
But Biggs said .the issue before the court come before the court to repeated questions ,from :
'Tuesday was not whether'the hearings did fall system has always depended /'voluntary "furner, Goodale admitted i he thought ,it everything ,except hold closed hearings. .
under the law but whether or not the cooperation of students and ,professors,"; ; would,be'.,>b tter..to supend a student now.in "This injunction,: does, not apply to. all
temporary injunction against the closed Harris said opening up the hearings'would. "'closed hearings, rather than shut down all' Honor' Court proceedings only-' ''secret,
hearings should be continued. halt voluntary cooperation. proceedings even if it was later decided by the hearingsGreen explained.: '
BIGGS 'ASKED the judge to lift the Injunction VICE, PRESIDENT tor Student Affairs courts that the proceedings were held Although a final judgment will hot be made i,
until the issue about the' SunshineLaw Arthur Sandeen testified that he didn't think illegally."A tor at,least 30'days on:whether the Sunshine
,' can be finally'reached on 'the groundsthat the Honor Court would operate effectively in person would be suspended under due Law,does apply to the IlonorCourtf:\ } Greensaid
halting the closed proceedings: would "do the open." process. I have'faith! in the integrity (of the his! initial,reaction! was, "It: (' is very.likely'
harm to the honor ,andspent 'Success 'V of the honor system) depends on Honor Court)." Goodale explained. that the operations of the Honor Court shouldbe '
irreparable system.hours a mutual trust among students who know Also testifying for UF's contention that the covered under the Sunshine TI laW:",
most of the more than five o,
colin 'pfoceedmgs\ 3 ring that pointT t: '' .their information, be ke >i< Ih\"ine* ''sttlctesO it'cIMtd'' he rings should: 'not.be. stopped were I 'Green1 sftid'"hex'W011deted '''''oW-.t ,'"other
sup '' !'ni ,'<" Rob Denson director of student conduct, '27b00siudentslat'' < UF/eItJabbUfthe closed
Biggsl: who\ ; ll d5e'eitnesses. \ from UF., .c tidence. Sandeen explained 1< )
repeatedly asked each one how they thoughtthe Dr. Thomas Goodale. dean of student history. professor Sam Proctor: Honor ,.Court .hearings, not kndWing\ "which of their fellow,
:injunction against the closed proceedings: services said he thought the Secrecy of the Att>. Gen. Paul Marmish..and Chief Defense !students cheated on an exam and changed. the-
would, effect the, Honor Court and received Honor Court was so important that he would Counsel Byron Petersen.. bell curve."'
dire predictions,from almost all. support them being held even if it vas later JUDGE GREEN ruled however, that he "The nut of the issue seems to be 'what are ..
if Injunctio'ri j pro\ed that'thev' "were illegal., ... .cttd<< not.see how Harris said
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1 With the unveiling last week of,two different

plans, both. aimed :> consolidating! ,.Flori a's'
environmental agenCltsi'ta showdowfrife ms to be

on hand between Gov. Reubin Askew and

legislative leaders.

And, as was the case last year, the battle lines
will be drawn around just who will con trol'the new

agencies and whether or not a fellow named

Harmon Shields will have a job. Unfortunately; as
.it now stands, the big loser could well be the

environment, which thanks to bureaucratic

stumbling blocks, may have to go another year
without a cohesive organization to protect it.
Senate President Dempsey Barron and House

Speaker Don Tucker have come up with a plan
that directly confronts Askew's control over whatis

currently the most effective environmental
agency-the Department of Pollution Control. As

Barron and Tucker would have it, that 'agency,

and all others would be merged into a single, SORRy, BUT & .JACKSON IS PR8fcRiN6rAMOTHCR
1,700 employe environmental 'super-agency' FOR. CAMRMftN S FX 'i.* _
under the control of Florida's lessthanperfectCabinet.

digging for profit
And, to head this agency, Barron and Tucker Dumpster

would turn to their old sidekick, Harmon Shields.In .
It was hard finding them. It seems as soon as the news of
case you have forgotten, it was this same the cheating scandal broke, they went into hiding. I found SDTTON
Harmon Shields who caused the big flap just overa them holding out in a Cin-City apartment, camouflaged by MARK
when he the Cabinetas the other weirdos.
year ago was appointed by
((1 I bet you\ don't know who I'm talkin' about. Do ya?)
natural resources director.At WELL, I'M talking about the dumpster' diggers. Those how tough those Honor Court agents are"
the same time Shields' appointment was notorious villains who blanket the university on dark nights, THE PHONE rang and the body guard blew it off the table.
strongly opposed by Askew, Atty. Gen. Robert From trash dumpster to dumpster searching for the pot of On the T.V. Country Boy was poking his ears. "Hey,wow" he
Shevin and most of Florida's environmental gold to be had if a stray ditto, or bad copy of an exam can be said, "that's some banging noise on the other end. Hello?
leaders. Their biggest gripes were that Shields was found. (Selling the sacred as it were.) Help?" .
no environmentalist, having spoken out against I got my first lead from one of the accused; a stylishly- Billy started screaming.. "What's the count and amount?"
dressed business major who I had to ask to speak up. while his old lady grabbed the phone. The people-next door
Audobon and the Sierra Club
both the
Society *
"I bought a copy of a final exam.from this guy,whowas' started banging on the walls.The machine gunned phone wasreceiving
and that he admitted giving special attention to sitting outside class one night. He called me over and asked if "Hello? Hello?" but not sending. Billy's woman
certain legislators who applied for dredge and fill I needed a copy. was screamin "Three up and two hundred dollars, three up
permits.It's "WELL,I was shocked. Of course I needed one. I mean, we and two hundred dollars" but Country Boy just shrugged his
plain to see that Barron and Tucker are can't expect a person to bump every night at the Connectionand shoulders as he hung up and said, "We'll make that third caal
study too. Can we?" He ran his right hand through his for two hundred and five dollars after a little more of our
their interests with their so-called
protecting own Mark Spitz hair-do and said. "So I dished out the two movie, starring Edward G. Robinson, in The Marmish
'sweeping' plan. Tucker has his eyes on the hundred and, well, here I am." Scandal."'
governor's mansion and sees this issue as being an "Do you feel sorry you did it now?" I asked, hoping for JEFF JUMPED out of his chair, pullin'on his hair.
easy way to put Askew on the defensive about a some human interest. "That's it. I thought the heartburn would get me. But thisis
sensitive public need. If Tucker can.make: it look "Heck no," he said "man. now I can boogie every night really it. All I want to do is get back on the streets. I didn't
and not have to worry about studies." really need the cash. I had everything I needed on the streets."
like Askew is to vast environmental 1
opposed I followed the lead he'd given me to the Cin-City apart He ran to 'the bathroom. I followed.
reform, then all the better for him. Barron is not ment. It was a tacky run down place that was hard to find. It "What do you mean Jeff. What do you mean by 'the
without his own higher political hopes, but for the was hard to find 'cause they're all tacky run down places that streets'?" I sat on the tub as he threw two asprin down his
time being he would settle for seeing his hometownpal look just alike.I mouth.
Shields implanted in a cushy position.In KNOCKED on the front door and a guy in a green shirt "Look. This never was a ring. I* mean, no big time
shoved a Thompson machine in ribs'and asked for operation. I was just
gun my scrounging through the trash one night
short the Barron-Tucker plan could serve to some identification. I stepped back makin' sure I hadn't and I found this exam ditto. I thought I'd make a little bread
destroy what little protection is now afforded happened on a Big Daddy's lounge. He scanned the I.D. and off it. But look where it got me. Alii I want is to be back on the
Florida's resources.A waved the Thompson. street.It"What
state planning division team has recom- Inside I was introduced to the crowd. Besides the bodyguard were you doing in the trash in the first place Jeff I
mended to Askew that Florida's various en- there were three others. Jeff, the boss was settin' some asked, and with a tear sliding with the sweat from his brow he
vironmental agencies be merged into two new chairs around. Big Billy and his woman were sittin' on the coughed "I was only lookin' for something to eat. Just a
couch fmishin a Dominoes pizza while watchin' Country hamburger or something." He walked out the bathroom and
departments. One the Department of Environmental Boy's Dialin' for Dollars movie on T.V. Jeff asked if I'd like threw himself on a bed across the hall,sobbing.
Protection would include the something to drink. I said no. walked. into the living room and Big Billy was fixin the
Department. of Pollution Control and be under "Man. I'm glad you don't want anything to drink. We haveto telephone while his old lady was cryin' on the couch. As' I
Askew's guidance. The second, a Department of order out to get anything. And I'm sick of it. I hate carry passed the guard standin' by the window I couldn't help but
Conservation would be overseen by the Cabinet. out food. It gives me heartburn. And I ain't gonna send .think! 'if only they'd lock up all those street people, none of
anyone out and risk''em guttin' busted. I mean. I've heard this would have happened.
The planning team has also suggested dismantlingthe

Department of Natural Resources putting
Shields out of a job and dividing that agency's 1
functions between the two new departments.While The IndependentFlorida OovMSfflHh TerrlWood ;
this plan offers no drastic improvementover Editor-in-chief Managing Editor <

the present setup it would at least protect theenvironment Alligator '
from the cronyism and special in- :

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Last spring UF administrators decided to decided not to take advantage of
admit 651 freshmen in excess of a 2,900 missable a per- I
limit. growth rate of three per cent in the
enrollment This year UF has received no state moneyfor face of impending budget cuts.: ,
those freshmen. This year it hasn't hurt total enrollment held constant 651
that much. sophomores who will not receive state funding
State University System Chancellor Robert are taking up space that would have been
Mautz has decided to carry: punishment for occupied by fund producing students had UF
UF's enrollment violation through to next never violated university system policy.
year's budget. In '1975-76 the 651) non-funded
freshmen will become 651 non-funded TOM SIIRODER
next year it will cost UF about half a
million dollars. *TW!8 TBI OraW ffWCKk PUM sonar VOW AI1'JIItra.'
The key to why 651 non-funded freshmencost
UF next to nothing and their sophomore hundred fifty-one fund producing
sophomores could have earned about
counterparts will cost $500,000 one year lateris $500,000, next year.
bound up in the intricate: method by which Mautz said he didn't want to see other Defending Robert Harris
state universities are funded. universities penalized for UFs mistake.
Under the state funding system universities The extra freshmen
admitted to UF should EDITOR I would like to elect his Friends Constitution.
saya of
maximize allocations party one Body Why.
try by admittingthe have been redirected
to other
maximum number of qualified students. which have not reached their state freshmen schools few words in defense of the two parties involved in the should the Alligator have the ,
Honor Court Chancellor
.case. right to smear a student'sname
Each credit hour taken by each: student earns enrollment limit Mautz reasoned.
Robert Harris. But he didn't. He removed all over t the. front
state money to pay for salaries and What Mautz did page
expensesused not consider is
that if UFhadn't
Last spring I covered the
: from the procedings just because' :he was im-
in the
running university. drained 651 extra students out of the Student Government (SG) and shortly afterwards plicated: in'a cheating
Although the 651 freshmen enrolled for .
system "illegitimately" last would
year they elections for the' Alligator. Impact party was declared scandal: ?
more than 9,700 credit hours per quarter this have had room to do it "legitimately" this After the first election the winner in the election.In 1 have full,:.confidence: in
year UF has lost no money they could have
Senate validated the first my experience covering Chancellor Harris abilities to
earned had the violation never occurred. UF In
the long run no state university will
primary and Robert was SG I found Robert Harris to render justice in the cheating
still received funds for the 2,900 freshmen 'suffer for the decision made at UF I last spring sworn in as chancellor.: The be one of the most cooperativeand scandal: and have no doubt in
permitted by the Board of Regents: UF.
except runoff elections mind that his
were disputed conscientious: elected my fraternal
In addition the extra students did not If Mautz is truly intent on punishing UF for amid a storm of controversey officials in SG. He is just as affiliations will not stand in
prevent UF from enrolling the maximum not playing by the rules, why doesn't he and turned over to the Honor professional today as then. the way of hIS' duty to. the
number of qualified students at all other restrict the punishment to the administrators Court for a decision. The truth about the matter student body.
levels and getting paid for them. responsible for the breach? Had Robert been the biased is that the Alligator is mad I; doubt this' will ever see
But next year total enrollment at other There are ways of dealing with"delinquent" adjudicator the Alligator's because Robert is complyingwith print; but 1 would like to say
levels must remain constant to avoid over- administrators that do not, editorial implied he was he the very law he was the Students'' of UF can be
crowding. include imposing a hardship on UF students would have participated in elected to uphold.Furthermore. proud of this elected official.
UF President Robert 0. Marston has and faculty. the proceedings and helped I am cer- Way to go Robert, hang in

tainly glad former SG officials there!
ADVICE & DISSENT had the good sense to insert
I that "protection of the ac-

cused" clause .in the Student Harry S. Coverston.4AS

Pentagon bosses oppose arms to Israel !,' I

WASHINGTON Behind the scenes, the Joint Chiefs of worth of weapons. That was about twice as much as the are planes built by the French and Swedes. The brass hats are
Staff have been bitterly resisting arms deliveries to Israel. At Soviet Union our closest competitor, exported.A worried however, because General Dynamics: in contrast to
first they opposed the rapid rearming of Israel, which has secret General Accounting Office study reveals for other giant defense contractors-does. : not have much experience
now been completed. They complained that the United Stateswas example that the United States supplied a full 60 per cent of in
in such a hurry to restore Israeli military strength that the arms needs of the Persian Gulf states l last year. The Now General Dynamics will try to sell the plane to four
some,of our own units were short of arms. staggering total was more than $2 billion worth of weapons. countries overseas. Competing against the American entry .- .
LATELY, the Joint Chiefs have argued against sending the One of the most effective weapons i in the U.S. arsenal is the are planes built by the French and Swedes. The brass: hats are
sophisticated weapons that Israel is now trying to get. They TOW antitank missile. Some 18 of them will soon be on their worried however because General Dynamics in contrast to
strongly opposed supplying Israel for example with the way to Israel's Arab neighbor Lebanon.In other giant defense contractors-does not have much experience
deadly 70-mile range Lance missiles and other laser guided fact the United States is either selling or giving away in international wheeling and dealing.The .
weapons. Some of these are so effective they can: knock out TOW missiles to 17 nations. Yet believe it or not this missileis Pentagon therefore, recently dispatched an assistant.
enemy antiaircraft missiles before they can: reach the planes. in such: short supply that our own armed forces can't get secretary of defense to Europe to help out. The official visited
Once again the Joint Chiefs have complained that U.S. enough. each of the potential markets overseas and briefed the
units would have to be shortchanged if these weapons are BEST BEHAVIOR: Vice President Nelson Rockefeller is foreigners on the attributes of the General Dynamics air-

going to be made available to the Israelis. But once again, the on his best behavior. He knows that Republican conservativesview plane. "
White House overruled the Joint Chiefs and 200 Lance him with deep suspicion. They fear he may try to ALL IN THE FAMILY Citing a "Communist threat
missiles have been sold to Israel. dominate U.S. policy from his vice presidential office.: President Ferdinand Marcos of the Philippines two years ago
President Ford has been persuaded by Secretary of State Rockefeller has told subordinates therefore that he will declared martial law and has resigned since as the virtual
Henry Kissinger that these weapons will help him bring peaceto keep a low profile. He is inxious t J convice the conservativeshe dictator of that island nation. He keeps promising an open
the Middle East. Not until the Israelis had full confidence isn't trying to run the country but is only carrying out the referendum. on his policies,but so far it has not come about.
in their military power Kissinger argued would Israel make policies of President Ford. Marcos' closest: aides have been pressuring him to name a
the territorial concessions: : that are essential for a Middle East Of course. Rockefeller has his own ideas which don't successor in case: something happend to him. He says he has
settlement always agree with the President's views. But Rockefeller has already picked: one. but is keeping it secret to foil assassins.

Despite the Pentagon's resistance the truth is that it is not reached an understanding with the President that he won't High-level diplomatic sources tell us. however,that next inline .
only Israel which: is depleting our defense stockpiles.. The sound ofT in public but will go straight to the President with of succession: is Marcos': own wife Imelda.
united States is arming rival nations around the world.at an any differences that may arise. Ford has agreed to discuss FREE DELIVERY! Some crafty: mail users have come up
alarming rate. Last year alone, we exported over $5 billion man to man serious differences with his Vice President with a way to get around the high cost of postage. They put
Meanwhile. Nelson Rockefeller. according: to subordinatesis the actual destination of a letter in the upper left hand corner ,
deterninedtobe a model but modest Vice PresIdent: of the envelope where the return address goes and leave off
The IndependentFlorida HELPING HAND* A few weeks ago the Pentagon stageda the postage. The Postal Service marks .the envelope ...
contest between two experimental fighter planes-the F16 Returned for Postage and sends it to the return address."
Alligator made by General Dynamics and the F17. built by Northrup. The. letter. therefore is delivered free. ;
Hanging in the balance was billions of dollars in.future WHITE HOUSE GRAPEVINE Although former. ,
Dmg ad, Ion Cunningham 't. .. .... .contracts. President Richard M. Nixon is from California, he used to
6 1MaJ r-.tfd; rnU' dbvct,< iy.ocioi.i ;r '''ItIl''Cf: U.f1 ",;!The( General Dynamics plane 'On'hat everyone tou ,'infinite jthc CalifornU'iwihe!JAbh1lLblr< e *> ?, was a dose contest. The truth Is General Dynamics' F16 wont French wines at \VhiteHousfi.,, Prcskletit:Fort *fctint;
Gaonja Kochaniac Jr. big. Our sources say it beat the Northrup plane in every much of a wine man at all, switching to American wtiiti4's.rt, t. .
Photo Editor category except: tow-speed tow-altitude turns. The test The President won't get much of an argument from Secretary

Oh> fern* Mind K *non pilots. we are told, gave the F16 smashing reviews. of State Henry Kissinger, who likes any wine as long as it's

a ., .""' ........... ''t .. ....A ............, .... .. ',- -. Now General,Dynamics.*ill J..IOscll.the plane..to... four.. good. Nc hat < nkrtown, .to?glower at.a.tabloru ;;. 4ho"y'di'alecq ..,..... .....r.
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. Students decode watery words\( : Send. someone

yon love .
said. ,
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Alligator Staff Writer Subjects in the experiments listen to tapes made n 'a .
hypervaric chamber at Duke Universityjn whichjhejjressure
Students answering an advertisement offering $2 an'hour-for-of vaiious" eplhs : f simulated.I : :;. .spmelofe::
listeners were helping researchers to save divers' lives; Divers in the chamber read one-syllable words'onro n'%viL tape t
Currently the speech of divers in diving bells at any during one experiment in which paid volunteers were asked to "
significant depth is unintelligible both to 'fellow divers and to circle the recorded word on a list of similar words.
surface headquarters. The.high pressure and helium used in Some of the 'tapes, ,had been fed through existing, un
their breathing mixture combine> to distort their speech. scramblers and some were straight recordings, Rothman said.
DR. HOWARD B., ROTHMAN professor in the The experimentation, which the.lab has been involved
University of Florida Communication Sceiences LaboratoryCSL for ten years, was funded in the past by the Office,of Naval r. 'ZSvr -.ii i WWJOSi
( ) is researching methods to perfect unscramblers! to Research and the National Institute of Health.
remove communications barrier from under water work. "This funding just isn't available anymore,"said Rothman.
One hundred students answered the advertisement' which adding the, aid previously received has been spent. ,
ran 'for two weeks in The Alligator. The most recent tests "Now we have no funding" said Rothman. '"Right now
were conducted in 13 sessions. we're spending\ a lot of time analyzing our data and planning ':, J
"We need mineral wealth and food in the ocean, but before for the future. We feel an obligation as scientists to get this j jt
they can be used the divers must be able to communicate," information out." ;::
said Rothman. Application is now pending for a grant fot funding by the
"ONE REASON THE ASTRONAUTS have been so National Science Foundation. Rothman said he also hopes
successful is their communication with mission control," he private industry will contribute.

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7i01 ttiS tern running Must see CoIl 378-3365. $75 conrad guitar with case $35panaionic new battery, great for around town; I central hat, 87.50 + .!Vi util, 50 dep. tee $80000 Per Month, Possible. Age And Jr.
Ot-75-ol (a- cassette recorder 373-4118 1 make offer. Phone 377-1731,.ask for 'Julie 2120 e univ. ave No. 4/ or call) location Does Not Matter. Offer-Details' ,
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Queen tin bed $<<) Desk $20 both In Reasonable: W4 2 bedroom Mobile I>1)_r___ 699-T4 Hwy. 138 Pinion Hills,Co. 92372. i"i"S.
excellent condition Reasonable offers Home. Patio and
considered,call 376-6899 call after 5 pm set up. BrltlanEstates Awning Park.Completely.Lot 174 FOR RENTWANT room In three bedroom trailer In wind- :t
(a- l.75-p) meadows can move in first or middle of
AduKSection. 373-2259 After 5 P.M. (A5T76NO TO MOVE? march$63 + 1-3 utilities prefer studious
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windows automatic powerVeering Call todoyll French Quarter Apt. 56.254 1219 W. University :
378-5934 best good tires luggagerack United Real Estate Assoc. Inc. tuillties each call 373-9133 (b-3t-80-p' ),
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TO Now It the time to Mart looking for that! 376-9755 Buddy( '
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373-7794 (A-3T-79-P)_ small deposit con hold It for you. Call 'fJ
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V 73aI furnished many estras. $2000 or best sublet I br opt, furnished, all electric, 1:
offer lot 17 glynwood park!call 376-8217 pets accepted. $ ., mo. pInewood aptt wanted Regency Oaks, own 11..:."
((MT.79.P) 4400-441 NW 39 ave phone 3734112 bedroom $90 a month plut" 1-3 utilities' ;(\:I:
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room In double wide far' WANTEDI! Advertising Sales} \
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size water bed incl. frome-liner-pad Roommate Wanted Own ,bedroom Now tor summer .. .f
base C blocks spread will set up Trey377.7QH furnished apartment near Moll. $80 mo,'R ,camp accepting counselors applications at PINEWOOD for boys Jew.kyC.nspeerr\, : { ,' ,
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'( iiBy ANDY COHEN this year." r
t. 41 Alligator Sports Writer This season Shy .is leading'the Gators in _
scoring,pumping in close to 17 points a game
'1" Gene Shy just can't figure it out. and is second in rebounding, pulling down
Last season, his sophomore year. on the slightly over seven rebounds a contest.
.-. Gator' basketball team, this 'sharpshooter Most remember his last-second shot
"if" .; Irom'.Akron, Ohio averaged 18.4 {points a against Vanderbilt that sent the game into
game.'and on 10 occasions scored over ,20 overtime. Some even remember his performance -
points* in a game, but still nobody in the in last year's Gator Bowl tour
Southeastern Conference seemed to notice nament when he was chosen the tourney's '1 ;:
WHEN VOTING time came around for the dutstanding performer. : '
Southeastern Conference team Shy's AND ONLY a few were lucky enough to
name was nowhere to be found. He had what view his startling 24-point performance re. .
most basketball enthusiasts would consider a against number one-ranked Indiana.,
brilliant sophomore season but when the final His coach..John Lotz calls him the purest
vote count was announced it left Shy with an shooter he's ever coached and most close to 4 na A
empty feeling inside.A the Gators agree. Fa
feeling that is still with him. "I 1 practice a lot on my shooting," Shy saad, A
"It! bothered me because I couldn't figure it who prefers to sink most of his jumpers from
said. "But I've deep in the corner "I try to keep both'
out Shy got a funny feeling photo by ondy newman
!someone is going to screw me out of it again mentally and physically fit at all times
this year. because; that's the key to a good shooter." GENE SHY PULLS DOWN REBOUND AGAINST ALABAMA
"THOUGH AFTER what happened last .. ,leads Gators in scoring and is second in rebounding
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Cold weather affects golf matche's'I I IBy

PAT McGRATII on the longjohns and donning the -
Alligator Sports Writer. the tassle'cap, you depart for the intensifying( pressure of the first tour rounds, found a case of the shanks on the
'">**. ', the golf.: course" ,and arrive matches) are not attributes disaster on .Safa' day.: 'tAfterj r second|hog{ anti wound 'bpwith
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yourself in the scoring. Phil thite-puttttitfSiinr1 df the fiftf*
Picture. there in time"Mee off a 78. Considering the
at hIancock"and
following Situation.Saturday seven o'clock. Denny Sullivan twelve greens, Meyer broke fact that he was complainingafter
morning, it's six DOES THAT sound both veterans of past Gator his putter, used his two-iron a 69 on Saturday,the big
o'clock. Your alarm clock It is. But that was exactly crazy the triumphs, !shot 79 and 83 on the greens" the rest of the guy from Lakeland was a mite
snaps you from the throes of situation that Buster Bishop'sthirty 'lespectively.\ Each has way, and shot 84.FRESHMAN upset.
deep slumber. As you Gator uolfers faced this struggled during the entire DALLAS However, not all were
aimlessly stumble from the past weekend in the fifth and Orange and Blue competition Aplegren experienced the adversely affected by
bed a cold shiver runs down sixth rounds of the Orange, but their positions in nightmare of double figures the weather. Steady
your spine and you know it is and Blue intra-squad mat Bishop's top six are hardly with a sextuplebogey'eleven sophomore, Jim Hart continued Wit, ,
double-sweater time. The insecure.. on the par five seventh en his remarkably
temperature is 35 degrees. ches.The biting cold, Junior Bob Meyer, who was route to a 79. consistent play shooting 72-
Within minutes, after pulling course conditions seasonallypoor and cruising best along with the fourth On Sunday, senior All. 75.,Tacked 1 onto his first tour ,,A"r .
average on the team for American s+ < t
Andy Bean caught rounds (727071.74), Hart's
performance established his
72.3 average as low for the

grapplers down FlU 19-13 team.TIED FOR second placeare STEVE SMYERS

big Jeff Krummel Senior
Steve Smyers and lefty Bob .tied for second

consecutive streak Michael. Krummel shot
at 32The
now mediocre rounds of 74.77, but
his effort two weekends ago, Sophomore George Grafle
when he tired 67.69, remainsthe turned in the best per ..,
The Gator wrestling team moved closer to registering formance of the weekend with
best two-day, showing in
their second straight undefeated season as they defeated this Orange and Blue, rounds of 71.72, to lower his
Florida International University (FIU) 19-13 last night in and years has really kept him in average to 73.2. ,
Alligator Alley.
contention. Smyers shot 74.71 After Graffe there are a
UF, with a young lineup including six freshmen and three including a tour-putt green at number of golfers in pretty
/ sophomores,took five of the night's matches and tied three as eighteen on Sunday and good( shape. They are Jim
f the Ga'tors won their 32nd match in a row. Michael who is naturally Goss and freshman George
FRESHMAN VIC HOLLOWAY opened things up for UF right-handed but plays golf DeSear ((74.1)), Joe Miller
: r when he squeaked out a 8-6 decision over FIU's Tom Bush from the left shot 7175. ((74.5)), Meyer ((75.3))., and
For the second consecutive freshmen John Pacuk and
Haberman followed in the 126 pound class and he weekend. Bob Bailey shot Mark Jason ((75.6.)
took a 4.2 decision. This is only the second week since + rlll ; opposite subparoverparrounds. Next weekend will be the
n Haberman has been back and he is still undefeated for the Two weekends ago he last for the Orange and Blue
shot a three-under 69 on matches as the Gators will be
year.The Gators tied at 134 and then lost at 142 when freshman Saturday and a three-over 75 hitting the tournament, trail
Pat Bruce filling in for the injured Tim Granowitz dropped a on Sunday. This past starting the weekend of
LUBEU. 3-1 decision. ARTIE HABERMAN weekend he tired 7074. His February 28 with the
.'wrestled smart' BUT,UF won the next two weight classes when Bob Saville ". still undefeatedand 73 average is fifth best on the Seminole Invitational in
Dan Lubell each beat their opponents. team. Tallahassee.

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;,AAdrston says athletic' ;Y- ; :''The; Student Psychology Club t.

Organizational Meeting Open to \

funds will not be cut .

All Interested StudentsPlans

reduce the quality of learning program should be run
University of Florida programs on campus. similar to a corporation, with for: Graduate School Seminar, Dance .

President Robert Marston "WE PLAN TO operateour increased expenses being funds f1 Peer Counseling, and Sunland Tour
athletic within a partially dependent on
said Monday he expects no program
strict budget but the wat it from a previous year.
reductions within the
major university athletic budget.. looks now, we will be able to He uncertain if Florida Wed. Feb. 12 PSY 151 .

The athletic budget, he compete in our recruitingwith will be able to afford an
indoor natatorium for its 8OO P.M.
other Southeastern
said, is solely dependent on
gate receipts from university Conference schools," he said. swimming team. Florida is
"Because we increased our one of the few. southern
!sporting events and requiresno
state funding. ticket prices last year, I see no Schools without indoor * * * * * *
Marston told UPI followinga new increases this year. Our facilities for its swimming
attendance was last program, a reason why several *
House Education Committee up :: ;
meeting that he sees season, and we received prominent Gator swimmersleft TOMORROW NIGHT *
the team.MARSTON
I little sentiment on the money from our Sugar Bowl ,
SAYS he has
Gainesville campus for using appearance. x
athletic receipts for Marston, who became UF appointed a task force'to .

academics. Committee president last fall, said he study possibilities of buildinga *: I C Winder Frolics *
natatorium. He said several 1
...,. members told Marston andy favors keeping athletic ." .
Florida alumni have said they *
from other
other state university officials budgets separate
that !severe state budget university departments. He may help fund the program. *,
problems .could\ possibly said he feels an athletic "r n 'a great supporter of I presents *
the student-athlete conceptand I ;
that sports greatly add toa
university," he said. "The L t
effects of the budget crisis are

hard to predict but we ? ...
currently are not faced with '
is the fraternity draw for bowling, 4 p.m., coom 220 the problem of choosing XEf *
Fla. Gym. All fraternities must have a representative present.
athletics over our English *
Today is the sign-up for women's independent badminton. program.I hope we won't haveto *
Teams consist of five members, one singles and two doubles ,
make this choice. t *
The University of Vermont 'II ,4,
The UF Archery Club is hosting the state indoor meet on 45 1 ,
which relies on state funds for "li. SRS *
Sta., Feb. 15 at Dave's! Lanes in Daytona. The UF Archers rP
athletic ,funding recently
have been undefeated for the past three years. dropped its football *
Engineering Law and Open League schedules may be j
because it felt academics took .
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SHY FEELS his potential is unlimited and last season as 'a Gator THI 'PUMMIll :

he's never content with his performance, "But we've got a pretty good season goingon *
always believing he could have done right now," he pointed out. "I'm concentrating .
something better. on taking each game one at a time. *
His playing philosophy is a basic one. "Right now our main thought is to do.
He knows anyone can score points and better than last season and when this team
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most talented athletes can rebound well. But plays"like a unit, there's no one we can't Thursday, 13th 8:00: p.m. J

the difference in his mind is defense, an area beat.
.' fn which he constantly tries to excel at. SHY CONSIDERS himself unusual as,
V "IT FRUSTRATES me when someone basketball players go. While most spend the : Florida Gym :
drives by me and I'm determined not to let day of a game getting psyched up for the
that happen," Shy said. "I've got to get betterat contest, Shy just tries to forget about

it. I wasn't too good at it last year but I've everything. : Tickets f
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UF's coaches obviously feel he has improved but now I just totally relax." ,
bit has been He smiled and admitted it hasn't hurt his
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"Ron Haigler (Penn) and Clyde Mays been good enough to change the skeptics into
(Furman) are two tremendously talented : Discount ;
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