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; .;: RENA EPSTEIN BECAUSE,UF WILL PAY the 'increasedrates
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; Alligator Staff Writer in three stages, city customers will pay a

:. ,".*c*I higher rate until 1977 when the rate increasewill Hard Times :
: UF will 1 eventually be smacked with a, be equalized between UF and the other *,,
$300,000 increase in its water bill, but it won't customers: 1 y estr '
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have to be. paid until 1976.: After voting down several motions, the
... The Regional Utilities Board (RUB) RUB finally decided, on a compromise of the AtUF .
,Wednesday approved a new, rate increase at original proposal by the engineering firm of
UF'spreading it over'a two-year-period. Black, Crow and' Eidsness that called for an
,THIS MEANS, THE WATER RATE. 'increase in water and .sewage rates: and a called for'a capital facilities charge. of$250 for ,increase has been'going on for several weeks.
(increase at UF will be a smaller increase; capital facilities charge f of$620 for,new home' water and $370 for, sewage. There have been'two public hearings held
:1 1975 that.in 1976. UF will pay the full rate hook-ups to,the: system. During the RUB meeting City Commissioners by the RUB to allow citizens to express their'
increase' in 1977 I and the charge will be The compromise approved by a vote of 8.2 Russell Ramsey and: James views.,
'whatever the rate for .J 1000 gallons of water is, calls for a capital : charge that will be Richardson 'presented.. alternatives to the At the public'hearing on Jan. 29, Greene
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at that:time.. 50 per cent.of the'original proposal. RUB original proposed S: capital facilities charge. said the possible $300,000 increase in water
"j\ cording'to,a' law,enacted in 1970, any also approved a'greater increase in per-1000-() )( Ramsey recommended a graduated capital. and sewage'bills at UF might.force him to lay'
increase in UF's water bill should be, paid by' gallon, rates .than, in the original proposal. facilities fee based on use rather than a fixed ofTworkersv
t This 'was done:. to offset: the' result of '
the Florida
: legislature. : chaage. UF NOW PAYS A LITTLE MORE than
'If, UF underestimates their expected water decreasing the capital facilities charge: COUNTY COMMISSIONER JACK $200,000 for'water and seWage.
bills in'the.budget and if the'legislature fails THE COMPROMISE CAPITAL facilities DURRANCE raised. a ,'motion to delay After the Wednesday meeting, Greene said
'"funds Gainesville charge for homes,will be $125 for,water
,to appropriate sufficient ', new' consideration'of the capital facilities charge of.l "
the possiblity layoffs was "hypothetical.
residents will have to makeup: .the, deficit., and.SI85',for sewage.The original proposal but the motion failed. ,
RUB also the limit the
changed on chargesfor
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..- -. ..- City Commissioners 'Joe Little ,urged'the' '
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sewage. The limit was raised to 18,000
'three phase increase,for UF because he said it gallons from '14,000'gallons.ACCORDING .

'would "show the, Florida legislature that TO RAMSEY, it will en-'
Gainesville Js willing to help,"' courage conservation, of water because
City Commission Russell Ramsey said{ customers will now have to pay for 'an additional
"Residents of' Gainesville will definitely 4,000 gallons. Usage above 18,000,
receive an increase of a couple of dollars in 'is returnable the
.f R gallons not to system
their utility bill eacb'month if the legislature because it is assumed to be used for washingcars
refuses to appropriate additional, funds forUF's and lawns
:watering according to City
bill. ". Commissioner William Talbot.
THE THREE PHASE SPREAD of increased
water charges.will mean the followingto Part of a proposal approved Wednesdayalso
UF:, calls for a new fire hydrant charge of
o UF will pay 52 cents per 1000 gallons of $135 per year per hydrant for UP The chargeto
water' beginning March 9, 1975.o the city is$210 per year per hydrant.
UF will pay 62'/ cents per 1000.gallonsof According to Greene,when the effect of the
water beginning March 9, 1976. new hydrant charges are added to the 52 cents
o UF will pay whatever the 1000 gallon charge for the first year, the rate increase is
rate of the system is beginning March 9, 1977. over 100 per cent.
UF previously paid about 26 cents per Because Gainesville owns the Regional
thousand gallons of water. Utilities System, the city commission must
Although the full rate increase for UF will approve the new rates before they will become

not be immediately implemented, Calvin effective.
Greene.director of UF's physical plant said City Attorney Osee Fagan said he will
he is "worried about the effect the increasewill present an emergency ordinance including the
have on the current fiscal period. new rates and capital facilities charge to city

DISCUSSION, PROPOSED waterByJOEMORAN commissioners for approval Monday night.in .,

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Alligator Writer and one,'each in ,Peacock and Alachua

Five UF students died in freshwater ,sink..,
scuba diving accidents last year. MOST RECENTLY, Charles Barone. a
One more, Charles Barone died this 'freshman,drowned in the UF owned Blue
year. Sink' near Ocala.Barone's '
Florida's crystal-watered springs, death was not in a' cave
sinkholes and caves'are beautiful but however ,but 'was caused by another
deadly.: misjudgment of novice divers: .diving too
DAVE DESAUTELS KNOWS.During deep without proper' training
the last 14 years, Desautels has been called The 263 foot-deep sinkhole, used by the

'photo by 0org kochonl.c jr.; on to recover 26 bodies of divers" who made U.S. Navy for deep-diving training is "too
'fatal underwater mistakes. deep unless you have expert training,"
'. Desautels,one of 20 instructors certified according to Lewis Collins' of 'Scuba

; .Cavediving. 'by: the National ,Association for; Cave Dynamics in'Gainesville.
.f <: : ,Diving, said most of the divers simply got "CAVES ARE ,A different part of
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.. ". without proper equipment and couldn't, Collins said a number of local accidents
.oj! t. ,find. their way,out again because of the silt claimed out-of-state divers as their victims.
stirred up'at the bottom of the cave. "Gainesville instructors recommend an

:. t ".:.. .. IN THE. FIRST: eight months of 1974. additional advanced course in cave diving
: : 22 people died ,in fresh' water diving in after basic certification," Collins said.
Florida: and another 11 died in ocean THE ATTRACTION TO DIVING is an
: 'diving, out of an estimated '100,000 divers urge of man that pre-dates recorded
_ ;;, r. r,',! vtho use Florida waters for their' sport, history, according to Allen.
'I' .. : ,"" l! according to Tom Allen of Allen's Trail "Ever since the first' 'guy ''dropped a
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I.; .i '. ;-' '!\ < ;. 2,, been the divers Desautels has- too look for "It's only natural to wonder. 'what's
.,,' '. in the caves. under there?'" Allen said.
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. thursday, AUAN J. GB GtER t tWin Senate panel. passes taritt ban ;1 1

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bill to rescind of Ford's proposals designed to drive up the price of
A House passed
capsule WASHINGTON (UPI) -
and other fuels, Sen. Ernest F. Hollings, d.S.C
President Ford's oil import fee won Senate committee ap petroleum ",
fees,
decontrol
it reported. These include the import of domestic
proval Wednesday with a Republican opponent predicting
of natural
and deregulation
crude oil prices J gas.
would become law over a veto.
said he told by the White Hollings said the committee agreed that seeking to curtail
Sen., Robert Dole. R-Kan. was
Snowstorm hits NortheastUPI by I million barrels a day this year would only in.
House that Ford had only 28 or 29 sure Senate votes against imports
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overriding the President's expected veto of the bill too few tensify inflation and retard recovery from the recession. "I '
( )- A heavy snowstorm struck the Atlantic seaboard to block it from becoming law. don't know a single businessman who's for an excise tax on
Wednesday, tying New York City traffic in knots and closing MEANTIME, sources said, a special committee of Senate petroleum" Hollings said.
schools and the New York Stock Exchange early. Sources said the Democratic senators hoped to endorse
Democrats seeking to draft an alternative energy program a
More than six inches of snow was dumped on New York balanced package seeking to tie expenditures on
reached tentative on a number of measures. energy to
agreements
City in its first bona fide storm of the winter. In many other These will be recommended to the Senate Democratic Policy economic recovery so that they move apace.
cities and towns in the Northeast, the nation's most heavily Committee at a luncheon Tuesday. The President made plans to seek to win allies in the Senatein
populated region it was the worst blast of the season. all the forthcoming showdown over energy policy.
The Democrats agreed on a down-the-line fight against
Many streets and highways in the New York metropolitanarea
were closed because of hazardous driving conditions.The .
New Jersey Turnpike cut speed limits. Driving conditionson
the Pennsylvania Turnpike were miserable. Ford to give Rocky policy roleWASHINGTON I


Marijuana speeds up heart (UPI!) -= President Ford,has decided to presidential aides would be named to head the council's 30-
give Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller a major domestic member staff.Rockefeller.
HOUSTON (UPI!) A Chicago researcher Wednesdaysaid policy role in his administration, sources disclosed, Wed- met twice Wednesday with Ford and top White
marijuana speeds up heart action and increases blood nesday. House aides,reportedly to discuss the Domestic Council plan.
flow and would be harmful to persons suffering from certain After a month of discussion' within Ford's inner circle,
heart diseases.Dr. approval has been given to Rockefeller's proposal to James M. Cannon 56,,the No. 2 man on Rockefeller's staff
Charles Kanakis Jr., assistant professor,of medicine at reorganize the Domestic Council and make it a long-range and a long-time associate of the former New York Governor,
Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, said a study of 19 men policy planning body. will be named executive director of the council. He will
22 to 30 years old showed an increased pulse rate but not White House sources and top Rockefeller assistants,said replace Nixon administration holdover Kenneth Cole, whose
higher blood pressure in marijuana users. Wednesday that ,by the end of the month two top vice resignation is effective March 2.



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,,, By STUART EMMRICII The extension was requested to start this prohibiting secret Honor Court proceedingswill A hearing is scheduled in approximately 30 i't
,. and Saturday,when the limit to file any charges in also freeze the 90-day trial-requirement. days to hear arguments in the suit against the ,I
TOM SIIRODER connection with ,alleged cheating on fall Marmish said. Honor cpu 1 and UF ;
Alligator Staff WritersA quarter mid-terms runs out. THE INJUNCTION, ORDERED BY Although the injunction issued by Green i 1
BUT MARMISH EXPLAINED LATERthe circuit court Judge R.A. Green Tuesday and only applies to the closed hearings and not
60-day statute of limitations on honor: vote by the bar had no effect.because "the ,renewed Friday, applies only to closed Honor other Honor Court proceedings. Marmish 1
code offenses may prevent Honor Court Atty. senate doesn't have the power to change the Court hearings and does not apply to the said the uncertainty of the situation has j
Gen. Paul Marmish from filing cheating constitution, it can only be changed by a investigation of alleged offenses,. Harris said. hampered the current cheating investigation. l'
charges against a "significant" number of referendum by the student body." But Marmish said the injunction had "WE ARE GETTING NO "
suspects in the wide-spread Business Administration COOPERATION, no contacts with any f
scandal, x defendants or witnesses because people are ;K''
/n/ fairness/ roncerned .
The UF Student Body Constitution everyone afraid their names are going to end up in the
requires charges of an honor code violation paper.
to be able to the
must be filed within 60 school days of the we ought see' Sixty-three students have been charged
alleged offense., with cheating offenses but only 16 of those
A STATUTE SPECIFICALLY states that investigation out, follow it up and cases were decided before the injunction was
the charges must be filed within 60 days of the issued.
violation, but Marmish said Wednesday nightan resolve ii, : MARMISH SAID IN COURT Tuesday,
interpretation on that statute will be although he had originally estimated charging:
requested from the Board of Masters (BOM) 200,people with involvement:: in the alleged
: today., College of Business Administration organized
Marmish said he was going to request the -Paul Marmish, -- cheating the injunction might mean he could
BOM to decide if the statute of limitations only file about 20 to 30 more charges.He .
1 !should "run from the time the incident occursor Honor Court attorney general; explained the ability of the Honor Court
when the Honor Court finds out about it." investigation to uncover more information
.I He explained that cheating cases constitute concerning people involved in cheating would
fraud, and regular law states that fraud If the 60-day limit holds, Marmish said he hampered his investigation and brought it to be hampered by the possibility: that the
statute of limitations only begins "once, the would have to lower his standards for filing almost a "grinding halt." proceedings might be made public.
incident comes to light." charges. Marmish explained students are no longer "All of our information so far has been
MARMISII SAID STUDENT Body "I 1 wouldn't want to run the risk of putting coming into the Honor Court to volunteer gathered on the assumption that it would be
President Steve Merryday would be requestedthis people through the trial process unless I was information because they fear the information. kept confidential," Marmish explained,
morning to convene a special meeting of really sure probably cause existed," he said. might be released to the public. adding students told him they wouldn't have
the BOM today for a ruling on the statute. HOWEVER, IF NO EXTENSION is A SUIT FILED JOINTLY by The ''volunteered information if they thought it was
Acting under the assumption that theStudent granted he ,may have to, Marmish said. Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UF law going to be made public. ,
Senate had the power to change the According to Honor Court procedure, any student Judy Collins argues that the Honor Marmish said that all the confessions he
limitations statute,the Honor Court bar voted student has the right to a trial within 90 daysof Court hearings are covered by the Florida has obtained would also haveto be thrown out
Wednesday to recommend to the senate that a being charged with a honor code violation.A Covenmcnt-in-the-Sunshine-Law shouldbe because they were taken on the grounds that
60-day extension of the limitation be granted. temporary circuit court injunction open to the press and public. they would be kept confidential.








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1.4,The Independent florido Alligator,.Thursday., Februerrl13l975,] _


ISt.on-e: calls -fuel: : -'- number: 1. problem'' I IBy



increase in the number of people who 1!
JANET PARK rising productions costs throughout the term demands are inelastic. are
silver.
Alligator Staff Writer economy on Washington energy planners who Stone said, "Everyone knows that when buying STONE gold or TOLD THE ,

are trying, to discourage using oil products by costs go down, prices will go down. '
raising the, costs."PEOPLE THE SENATOR SAID ,PROPOSEIX, tax,", AGRICULTURALISTS he strongly t sUPPOrts }
U.S.. Sen. Richard Stone, D-Fla.'call ed the rebates which are. -currently pending :in legislation designed protect agriculture y
WON'T STOP BUYING the oil "The number one product ( ,
fuel crisis "the number one problem theeconomy" Congress, "Won't lead to purchasing" by agriculture))
while talking to Florida they need, they'll just pay more for it. Stone consumers. must be taken care of when the squeeze is 1/
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agriculturists Tuesday night. said. He said the public "will either sit on it (the on" he said., ,r,

Stone while addressing an Institute of Food He added, "their thrust seems to be in the rebates) or they will buy gold and, silver." Stone cited two measures in particular that
and Agriculture Sciences conference blamed, opposite direction. It's been proven that short But Stone added there has not been a large would protect America's farmers: one would
prevent flooding the market with foreign !
products and one he hopes to formulate "
would defer the estate tax on inherited farms. (

He said."Dumping foreign products on the

I Profs predict one In ten out of workBy down market food will prices.benefit the,consumer by bringing r.t,'

"BUT WHEN U.S. producers are forced
out of business: and foreign products

KAREN MEYER "Florida's Econometric Forecast" .Those latter industries will benefit froman dominate-foreign prices are not low" he

Alligator Writer prepared by Horowitz and Roberts reveals the increase to 26.9 million tourists annuallyby warned. :
following for Floridians: the end,of 1975. ."We must protect growers and producers
Inflation rates, now around 12 per cent, Total taxable sales ,-. Florida's chief of livestock and meat from foreign dumping."
Nationwide recovery from the current will moderate substantially, veraging just revenue source-.will rise by only 6.5 per cent Stone, who took office in January, joked
recession will not begin until late this year, under six per cent this year. this year.a dramatic slowdown from the 20.9 about his low seniority, but added, "Starting
with one in every 10 Americans facing per cent increase in 1973. right away 1 want to work on a bill that would
unemployment in the coming winter, according Real personal income the dollar amount Horowitz and Roberts pointed out Florida's defer the estate tax on an inherited farm as
to two UF economics associate which is ,actually spent, will fall during the economic activity in large part reflects the long as, the farm is in agricultural produc
first of this but will increase
three'quarters year "
professors.Ann developments in the nation. tion.
R. Horowitz and R. Blaine Roberts just under one per cent in the final "Not since the 1930's have economic STONE SAID MANY FLORIDIANS,

responded to comments and questions on quarter. forecasts depended 'so much on the policy faced with a large tax on an inherited farm
their economic forecast for Florida, along With a labor force rising by about 1.6 per' alternatives and not since the,second World sellout to developers rather than pay the tax
with Robert Lanzilotti. dean of UF's Collegeof cent by the end of the year, and about 112,000 War has the health of the economy dependedon and'adjust to the low income of farming
Business Administration at the Fourth fewer jobs available Florida's unemploymentwill the policy decisions of the administration, If implemented, he said, this policy would
Annual Florida Economic Seminar. rise to 9.9 per cent. the Congress and the monetary authorities, enable people to resist the impact of the estate
THE WEDNESDAY seminar was attendedby Fewer Floridians will find employment in they reported. tax and help keep more farms productive.The .
the Florida Council of 100 a cross- construction, manufacturing, trade, Althouth "recent statistics are ominous," senator concluded "The market is a
section of about 100 of Florida's most government, transportation, communicationsand Horowitz and Roberts predict the severity of function of confidence in the direction of the
prominent citizens in business, professionaland public utilities this year, but employmentwill the current recession "will not come close to country. If'the people have no confidence in
education fields selected by the Governorto rise in agriculture, services, finance, the near total deterioration of the economy the direction, their response is to be
promote the state and its well-being. insurance and real estate. that occurred during the 1930's." cautious."




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WE A I. Commission. suggests merger ;I


By DOUGLAS HATCII in the near future," Coleman said.
Alligator Staff Writer Such problems include uncontrolled growth which
BE threatens the quality of life and rising costs of services
Two years after they started, the Local Government Study Coleman said.
Commission (LGSC), has made its final recommendations for TilE LGSC IN ITS DELIBERATIONS looked at four
from unifying Gainesville and Alachua County and has dissolved. niainpossibilities for local government, Coleman said. These
60 / members Tuesday night! signed their report leaving their included no change, annexation of unincorporated areas'by j
Gable's proposals for unifying the city of Gainesville and Alachua the city of Gainesville, a county charter and the .unification
or W.C. County governments with the Alachua County legislative plan, Coleman said.
gift for delegation."WE THE UNIFIED GOVERNMENT would function much
the OF THE LGSC, after 33 months 'of deliberation, like that of a city's, Coleman said. There would be an elected ,
eyes recommend the City of Gainesville and Alachua County county mayor, an eight-nlember county council and an '
Swiss governments be merged into one," LGSC Chairman Robert operations department dispensing governmental services.
able Coleman said. To, eliminate duplication of services there would be two ;'
leather The next step tor the LGSC proposals are four public taxing districts Coleman said. These would be the general
hearings to be held next month, followed by introduction .service district, which would cover the rural areas and the
during this spring's legislative session, all of which must be urban service district, which would include the urban areas.
done before the voters can vote on them.If Re sidents in the general service district would be chargedup
a the LGSC proposals are passed into law, a referendum of to ten mills ((10 cents per $10 property 'evaluation) for
county voters could be held as early as the end of the year; receiving such services as roads, but no sewage or drainage.
\ State Sen. Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville said. THE URBAN SERVICE DISTRICTS would include the
"I PERSONALLY DONT see how we could do this, cities joining the unified government and the suburbs around
because it would have to be in a special election; as the next ,them and residents would be taxed up to 20 mills((20 cents per
general election is in November 1976," Saunders' said. "I $1.000 evaluation) for such services as streets, drainage and
don't think it would be right to delay voting on this (the LGSC ,sewage..
proposals) that long." Alachua County's eight other municipalities would have the
Four public hearings will be part of the regular hearingsheld ability to join or stay out of the'unified government, Coleman
by members of the state legislature to get the public's said.These
ideas for laws, Saunders said. municipalities have already gone on record throughthe
The merger of Gainesville and Alachua County government Afachua County League: of Cities as opposing joining the
would fulfill seven major goals set by the LGSC Coleman unified government.
said Hearings; on the LGSC proposals will be at the Newberry
THESE GOALS INCLUDE narrowing responsibility for High School, March 4, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., and at the High
government action, elimination of duplicate services, dealing Springs Community Center from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. the same
effectively with common regional problems and ability to day.:
respond to new demands and problems. Coleman said. The March 5 hearings will be at the Hawthorne High
"We have very few insurmountable problems at the School from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., and at the Gainesville High
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Center the Rev. C.D. Weaver of Grace Presbyterian Church. .,.:\ BEAT
and the Rev. William Ferguson of-BartIcy Temple United ifF Methodist Church. Ann arston. wife of the UF president :;"
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By KAREN MEYER STUDENTS ARE BEARING 22 per cent
,Alligator Staff, Writer of the higher education budget, said Gordon
placing them in I the position' of employers
Sen. Jack Gordon Miami, announced rather than the employe position of faculty.
Monday that he is submitting a bill to. the "Students are entitled to have some control
( Florida Senate to put three students on- the over their education" said Gordon, callingthe
) Board of Regents. system "big and impersonal
Gordon vice chairman of the 'Senate "Tie) people in charge of setting policiesought ,
Education Committee,proposed the same bill to hear from the consumers(students),"
during last spring's legislative session. The he said. !,
) bill, amended in committee to have two THE RECENT PROPOSAL that the
student regents,died on the Senate floor, said regents .consider eliminating freshman and
Gordon. sophomores from the University of South
!GORDON'S BILL will'increase the regents Florida and Florida Technological University,
number to 12, with at least two of the three, triggered his re-submission of the bill
students undergraduates.State Gordon said.
University System Chancellor Robert "That whole discussion was carried on
Mautz said "students are a special interestgroup. without anybody giving a damn about the
,"and should therefore not be'on the students," he said.
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board which governs Florida's nine' state 'The regents are looking at the current
L universities. financial situation of the university system
"The,regents are not representative of any with the "point of view of preserving.as many
group or special interest" said Mautz, jobs as they can," said Gordon.
He said the regents "try: to hear'from all "TIIAT'S THE TAXPAYER'S point of
interests and make a non-special ,interest view," he said. "There is no one speaking up
decision." for students.
"IF WE DIDN'T.IIA. VE good communication Gordon said he saw no reason tor faculty to
with' students," Mautz said, seek representation on the board, "par
"then I think there would be reason" to,give. ticularly. with collective bargaining."
them ,a'voice." Gordon said he hoped interested students
,'. By proposing student regents, Mautz.said, would back his proposal by writing to their
' "you have opened the door to a major.change. legislators} and that the newly organized
The best time is between 11 PM and SAM.That's when .
in the composition of the board. student lobby would support his efforts as
: '" you can call anywhere in Florida for no more than 20C( a minute if you Mautz expressed concern that faculty and much as last year's student leaders.
, dial it yourself. A small price to pay for your best friend. other interests would also,seek representationon After it is introduced in the senate, the bill
:' the board. will probably be referred to the Senate
@ Southern BellCNJ5 However Gordon said, "When, they're. Education Committee in March, and then to
paying the same share of expenses as the. the Senate floor, according to Senate I staff
students are then .I'm all in favor of it." education committee member Tom Furlong.

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Miami lawyer' has made, some interesting 1 1w
observations to the effect that last year's flood of

indictments 'against Florida Public officials

illustrates important weaknesses in. our state's '.
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system of criminal prosecution. ," "
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Charles Intriago, former special counsel to the 'r \

governor on organized crime, argued recently i in

the Miami Herald that it was only:a unique set of ) 1

circumstances. that led to the indictments.He .
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hints these circumstances allowed in. ( M f

vestigation of official mischief in spite, rather than

because, of Florida's system of state's attorneys.
.And Intriago argues further that since these

circumstances are not likely to reoccur, now is the
perfect time to establish an office of special

prosecutor to keep tabs on public officials in the
future.

Remember that investigations into the issuanceof

state bank charters was done first on the federal

level, not by a Florida state attorney. And a probe'

into state education'contracts was begun by .a joint u_


legislative When evidence committee.dug up by 'the federal and Friends happen all the time I IHave

legislative investigations was turned, over to grand
juries, the results were indictments against the

education commissioner, the state treasurer,
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you ever asked a frien Why areYQu going with him?
and U.S. senator..
comptroller, a
and been told, "No.. there's nothing between us. We're just
Intriago makes the point that Florida's 20 friends"

elected state attorneys have' been generally WHY"IS friendship assumed to be so unimportant com JANIS MARA
ineffective in routing out political corruption, even pared with "romantic" love? ,Yes, I know that love is
though they are the 'only state officers authorizedto t beautiful. Love is the sun the moon, the stars. Love is like
initiate criminal trials. being hit by Iightning.Love is getting laid.
The trouble with being hit by lightening is it doesn't
The inconsistent quality of state attorneys was happen very often and the effects usually wear off. don't expect your friends to confine their interest only to you.
highlighted when the legislative committee felt In contrast, friendship happens all the time. Since,we're In romantic I love, you idealize your loved one. He's the
compelled to ask Gov. Askew to bring in an more likely to have friends (or more friends anyway) than prince on the white horse. Then as you spend more time with
outside state attorney to direct a Leon County lovers why not give them some importance, too? him, all too soon the flaws become obvious. Or perhaps it just
'MANY TIMES, a friendship can be more D & M (Deep becomes apparent that this person isn't who you thought he
Grand of in
Jury investigation alleged corruption and Meaningful))than a love affair. Too often, "love" is basedon .
the Department of Education.The superficialities. But friendship develops slowly, out of was.I HAVE found that women can be more supportive than
result was unintentional near-catastrophe. shared experiences and interests. anyone else in friendship. After all, we are trained to be
Askew appointed State Atty. T.. Edward Austin Last quarter I sat near a male in sociology class. One day sensitive to others' feelings, to be helpful and comforting.
from Jacksonville to handle the job. Austin he struck up a conversation. After talking for a few minutes Why not take advantage of these characteristics by being
he asked me for a date. friends with your sisters rather than confining your
with him of his staff assistants but
brought some ,
I panicked. I didn't even know him! How could I possibly friendship and support to men?
he forgot they too needed fo.be sworn in by a find anything to say during an evening out alone with Women are taugh to approach love and friendship from a
Tallahassee circuit judge in order to advise the someone I didn't know? different angle. Friends fit into a woman's life. Lovers run it.
grand jury. Why did he ask me out? He had no idea what I was like. It's expected that a woman will uncomplainingly quit her job
Thus, because of a technical misstep, the What gave him the idea I might be worthwhile company? and leave her friends behind if her husband decides to move.
Florida Supreme Court threw out bribery, conspiracy The only conclusions I could reach were that he was desperate MEN ARE supposed to come first in a woman's life.
for a date or else approaching me for sex. Neither conclusion: Friendships with other women shouldn't be important; after
perjury and kickback charges against exactly made me feel wanted for myself. all other women are just competitors for the attention of men.
former Education Commissioner Floyd Christian.It THAT'S WHY friendship is so much more of an ego buzz. Actually this is often not the case. Like many other
also placed in jeopardy state charges of You're being sought out by people who have really gotten to women. I never would admit it, but I always enjoyed the
corruption against Treasurer Thomas O'Malleyand know you, by being in the same organization, working on company of other women. I never felt the strain, the need to
former State Sen. George Hollahan 'Jr.Intriago's projects,or whatever. You know they appreciate i the real you. act a role. I didn't have to act impressed or worry about how I
Friendship has room to accomodate more of the changes looked; I could be myself.I .
solution is an appointed prosecutorwith people go through. In contrast, society's definition of I have,friendships with men who mean a lot to me, but I
statewide jurisdiction. He should be romantic love is very limited. A' love affair has 'a definite still treasure my women friends above everything. I would
authorized to what the attorney general cannot: beginning and end. You fall in love and then fall out. never cancel my plans with a woman at'the last minute just
initiate criminal trials. And he should have the'' Friendships can last a lifetime, but love affairs rarely do. because a man asked me out. Being a feminist has taught me
investigative and legal staff to back him up. Friendship,is not as limited or demanding. You don't haveto to value myself as a woman and a human being. Because I am
He should be appointed by the governor from a get worried if your friend doesn't: call,for three days. You .able to love myself,' I love other women, too.

list of candidates screened and recommended by a
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nominating commission. The special prosecutor'sterm

should be something like .seven years,' to The
Independent David*!* Terri wood
much the of
remove as as, possible pressures.
elective politics. Editor-in-chief Managing Editor
Florida
Also unlike the attorney general, the special AlhgatorCtll

prosecutor should have the power to supercede Gmeiican *
state attorneys when cases have statewide rjj David Klein Conno Brugmon Brian Jones
significance.Since ,Or News Editor layout Editor layout Editor

there is some question .whether, special' R.A"Tony" Kendzior. ". .. .., .., .,.., ,,.,........ ,... ....General Manager -
state prosecutor can be established ,without a James V.Cook ..., .. .. ,, .'t'.1.. ...,,., ,......AIaIl1ant General Manager Published by
constitutional amendment the best route is Mrs. Ev.lyn a.s". .. ..:.:i.. ,pd: ..1.::,' .#'... ,... ,.,... ... .... Administrative Assistant
Anne Malphurs.r.. .. "... .', ... .... .:.. ,.. ... .. Campus Communication Inc.
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hope our State Sens. Bob Saunders 'and Tom MocNamara ... . ..... ..a'j. t ...,1......Of'. ".i... ,.. ... .. .. Accountant Manager P.O. Box 13264 University
Roy McGee Jr ... ,... ,-.of.. .. .;. .., .... Of Of ..,... ... Station, Gainesville Florida with
Kenneth MacKay,and State Reps. Sidney Martin Donna Lubrano . . ...Of ,.I.. ..,.,., .. ,. ,.... .. ..It, .Advertising Advertising Manager offices behind the College Inn,
and ,Bill Andrews will get to work on the, k..y Harper . .. .. .... .. ..,, .,.. to.. .. .. .. .Sp.ClaiSections Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue.
establishment of office of state prosecutor who Lynda Homl.r. . . .. ... ... ,. ......, i,.,..Advertising Production Coordinator Business Office phone: 376-Ma6..
an Diana Snyder . ....., .......,. ... .,... ,.. ...,.,...editorial Production Manager Editorial Department: 376-4458.
has the power to clear up shady dealings in Lynn Sokler. .. ... ... ,.., ,.. .. ... ,. .. Manager Advertising and Production
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-:Landlord-tenant rights... ...: ':" .' '.. .,.,.,,'L:' EDITOR: This Jetter'is .,. xestlgat'ng. I J the

'response to the article in bookstores,profits or was
the February LOth this their intent? It smells
EDlTORi}. The 'following statement in your minimal or no rent loss. This result would Alligator concerning the like, the typical whitewashjob.

!story. 0)1 landlord-tenant rights (Friday, then rather dearly' entitle the tenant to refund of DwighLHilUlUC. ,. .... .
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jaftuary depositsItss an1jmriftabt'itl1ar: ; $: f'.1."., \ ';i":!' '. : finance, and ',:; =The rerords should be
1J f"S 1 tenants'must notifynhtf' landlord: seven cleaning costs: repairs orrepl mne ,.Jf the.' .;' '' '-' '. ''''i' '.;:::i:? banking major.: .s* reviewed 'by 'an' investigating -

, darl..beforevacating..rr: they fail to do this 'notice is not given, many days might elapse'' S'v"}l I have nothing personal .. committee and
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theyflose their security deposit. before the vacancy is discovered. Under.some. ', Y 4':. t against Dwight but what .opened to the public'sreview
THE NOTICE requirement! referred to is in circumstances the rent loss might,eat up the in the world 'was: Don as stated by the
Section 83.49(5)( ),, Florida Statutes, which is an' security deposit and leave the landlord in a Lobeck thinking 'of when Sunshine! Law.

amendment effective I October 1974.. It position to obtain a judgment for additionalrent he appointed this We feel there

stipulates that a tenant who vacates or loss damages at the end of the. next University College student .> something fishy going on

abandons'the premises prior to expiration of succeeding rent payment period or the end of : to investigate the profits of with the campus
the term specified in the written lease or the lease term. 4 the Campus Shop and bookstore's profits and
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vacates or abandons premises rented under a THE REQUIREMENT is fair to the 'enoug H t f''. Bookstore.' It "'"would :would like to see that some ,

periodic tenancy (week, to week, month to landlord in that it enables> him to protect his ;.t'Ii : '. appear that such an,. truth, comes out of this
month! 'quarter ,to quarter ,or' year 'to year) property and., under many circumstances to undertaking would require investigation: for' the

shall I I notify landlords certified mail at least mitigate his rent loss damages. It is fair' to the .. more than one (freshman, students" sake.
seven days prior'to vacating' or, abandoning. tenant in that, the landlord will usually ',' Surely ,the Student

Failure to give such notice relieves landlord of cooperate in efforts to rerent since he is' interested Government .could find a George Lawrence 4AS

the' notice requirement placed on him by in rental income, not the right to a ,better J means' 'of' 'inADVICE -' Henry Williams 2UC
Section 83.49(3Xa. ( )( ), Florida Statutes. lawsuit. If these efforts are successful the :.. "
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The amendment apparently applies only to .
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would be reduced if not eliminated. "
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a situation where a tenant breaches,a lease
It must be pointed out however, that the
written for a specified number of successive
seven day notice requirement does not
weeks mon'ths'or terminates
quarters or or substitute for the number of days of advance
abandons a rental under a periodic tenancy
notice required under Section 83.57 to ter-
without giving the advance notice required in a
minate without liability of periodic tenancy,
Section 83.57 Florida Statutes. It does not
that is, one not covered by a written lease
follow that tenant's failure to
necessarily give
specifying a term of successive weeks, monthsor
the notice in the from will
required required
quarters. If the rent is paid in advance by
lead to irretrievable loss of the security
the week the week to week tenancy may be
deposit. But it does follow) that tenant'sfailure
terminated by either party by the giving of
will impose a t formidable barrier to the
notice not Jess than seven days before the end
success of'a later attempt to recover, even of any weekly period; if by the month, not less
the tenant have good to .._ :
though may cause -
than 15 days before the end of any monthly
the lease abandonthe
terminate
prematurely or period; if by the quarter, not less than 30 days
periodic tenancy. before the end of any quarterly period; if the
THIS RESULT follows) because the by the year not less than 60 days before the

tenant's failure! relieves the landlord of the end of any annual period.It ,
landlord's duty, under Section 83.49(3Xa( )( ), to should also be pointed out that the ,01"'
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terminate occupancy a few days or more ,'
be given within I 15 days after tenant's vacatingand before the termination date of a lease, with 1M
must be addressed to tenant's last known the terms of which the tenant has fully

mailing address, which could be the premisesjust complied. For example, the lease ends on 31

vacated if tenant fails to give a forwarding August; the rent is paid through that date

address. The landlord forfeits his right to but the tenant plans to vacate on 20 August.All & DISSENT
make any claim against the deposit if he does he has to do is move out in proper order ,
not give notice by the method required within and return the keys to the landlord. For

the time prescribed.If practical reasons however, the tenant should
the landlord gives timely notice, the give the landlord written notice by ordinarymail : '
tenant then.has IS days within which to raise or hand delivery as to the exact day he I IEDITOR.

his objections if any. Thereafter the court can intends to vacate. If tree falls ?
a
adjudicate the rights of the parties to WE HOPE this attempt to clarify the

possession of the deposit the issues having purpose and effect of the notice :equipments

been framed by the exchange of notices and will enable tenants to meet their obligationsand I find it increasingly is that we all cannot per educational system and for

the tenant's raising of objections. protect their rights more effectively. Any difficult to swallow sonally scrutinize entire court that matter, most other

Consequently we recommend that tenants student who has a question relating to the the attitudes of people like proceedings; neither can each systems. I can never condone,
follow the notice requirement placed on them landlord-tenant laws should feel free to call us Mr. Jones (Letter to the of us individually observe though, the attempt to

by Section 83.49(5)( for the reasons stated (392-2181)) or drop by to discuss it. Editor: Feb. 10) who seem to combat these problems with

above and because the practical operative Carl B Opp suggest that the media should what goes on in every other unethical methods 8 methods
effect of advance notice to the landlord might Supervisor contine its coverage to "good"news. sort of governmental 'or which are. at best, a flimsy

enable the landlord to rerent the unit with Off-Campus Section Perhaps it is easier and political process. Does this excuse 'for getting oneself
through school whatever the
comforting simply not
more that have no right to
mean we,
to recognize what is hap means. Many of us have
know?
I Second class athleticsEDITOR pening. Perhaps Mr. Jones would managed"the system"to graduate without from

One hearkens back to the advocate total ignorance, for, resorting to such dubious
: This is a in those games on campus. Wouldn't it be great to watch old adage which asks if a tree after all. ignorance is bliss. A solutions. .

,grievance list presented by a 5. A pool facility that is a home golf match for once? falls in a forest and nobody is person without the capabilityto I THINK the problem is

third year student who is tired literally a joke as far as intercollegiate It is obvious that nearly there to hear it does it analyze and evaluate what precisely whether or not the

of this school's second class standards are every athletic program has really fall? I contend that it he reads probably is better off Alligator(or any other arm of
in the dark, this much is true.
attempts to run a first class concerned.b. some sort of deficiency that does whether or not it is the media) can get down to
athletic program. This list of A second class football keeps it from being first rate. noticed and its fall must, I also find it impossible to the truth of the matter. It is

shortcomings includes both coaching staff which is largein It is my hope that this letter inevitably, cause reper- in any way. justify cheating the first painful step in ex
intramural and intercollegiate numbers and salaries, but will spark some action ana cussions. Better for us all that based on whether or not a posing something that is

programs. I challenge those low in quality. (Maybe one make this university the tint we are aware of the tree's student felt an exam to be rotten in the attitudes of those

involved with these programs, day Jimmy Dunn and Doug class place it could be. insteadof demise that we. might better "fair". What IS "fair"? Does who lie and cheat in order to

especially. Athletic Director Dickey will discover that the the second class place it is. prepare ourselves tor what- this mean that the student get ahead, and those who tendto

Kay Graves, to reply to my list object of having the ball on has to follow. must be able to pass it easily, cast a blind eye on such
of deficiencies with either offense is to score and not just ,John Bell with little preparation? activities, ,or who condone
solutions or rebuttals.. maintain favorable field 3ED The simple truth When you leave the definition them based on the rationale

I. A second rate (fat best) position and give the defense of that word to each student's that they are due to "post-

basketball facility .1 rest.! ) conocience. I think }ou'll find Watergate morality" or any
2. Nearly no outdoor 7, A baseball program The Independent its \interpretation varies other convenient catch-all

basketball courts. and the which battles ith mediocrity greatly in direct proportion to societal blight.It .

ones we do hate are vo poorly in u state where baseball Florida Alligator the, variances of individual. may be expedient, and

kept up that it's pathetic. should be king.) consciences. certainly much easier for
3. A soccer field that's in 8, An intramural programso ) Doug Dial Ron Cunninghont"Ent.rtoinm.nt This I Is exactly the kind'of \\'hwo'ud'rather( ) not be
-terrible' shape because some J"'l\ilf'run'that' for nearly Editor A ocia', "e Editor r' rationale that has gotten this'bothered' bit ultimately( we
high {r inking official decided the entire basketball !season country into its current moral arc each responsible tor our

that Ft would make a good! one of the three autlabkvouits George Kochoniec Jr quandry 01 course there are own actions, and it is time

parking\ place for cars ,at this has had one hoop with ,. ': PHo'o Editor problems: within the, that we take that respon-
sears Miami football )game. .1 I bent rim and the other with data is' filtered through his sitytyy i }eriously-if-tlat:is"at*
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handball courts to accommodate \ "olt[:c, t4rse tr'hich los 1'1' Editor Newt Editor -hun. ,, "would \lr Jones Deborah Bucci

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Ragin was chosen from a field of five PoetryGames 470k
"1 feel excited, exaggerated flabbergasted contestants.,The others were Susan Wright .
but gooood!" exclaimed Ula Ragin upon first runner-up; Gennette Johnson.. second :: Music .
being crowned UF's ;Miss Black Student runner-up; Renetta Saunders third runner-
Union Tuesday night.As up; and Bonnie Wilson fourth runner-up. Health
the new Miss Black Student Union. EACH OF THE contestants won gift Popular Reading e
Ragin said she pl.ans.to "get my people certificates donated by various Gainesville k Florida -
together and get them on the right track on merchants because "every girl is a winner" t;. Photography ft Cinema r Q i
the University of Florida campus." said Amanda Milliard pageant organizer and q Permanent Bestsellers .
DURING ONE PART of the beauty former Miss Black Student Union. Art
pageant. which is. one of many activities "We want the pageant to give black womenon d Juvenile
planned during Black History Week each of campus a chance to identify with someone 0
the five contestants was asked a different who represents the total black woman,"
question. They did not know the questions in Hilliard said.: '
advance but had to:answer in front of the The five contestants were chosen from 30
audience and judges. applicants who had to answer in 30 words or
Ragin had to complete the sentence "I am more the question, "Why do you want to be We also have
black and .. ." with more than one word. Miss Black Student Union?" Hilliard said. Cry &
The new Miss Black Student Union All live contestants competed in evening
declared. "1 am black, and'I am. proud. 1 am gown, sportswear, and talent competitions.For Come by & pick out something special for
intelligent I am bold and I am somebody." Ka gin's selection in the talent com
RAGIN WHO IS FROM Miami lists as petition, she performed an interpretive danceto our al 6ne.C .
her hobbies dancing reading and "meeting the songs "For the Love of Money" and
people." "Young. Gifted and Black."
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"DIXi"NG CAN BE SAFE," Allen said, "it's foolishnessthat COLLINS ,COMPARED THE EFFECT_ of rising. too fast parks..
huts,people underwater." with opening a coke' bottle. 'In addition, a number of dive shops will not fill air tanks for
"l 1 wonder if the reason these people went(to this place(Blue "There's no bubbles In the bottle when the caps on. The non-certified divers.
Sink) ws because they knew they couldn't get.in to a state pressure is about three atmospheres." THERE ARE SAFE WAYS TO DIVE, according to

park without.proper equipment" Allen said But when the' pressue is released on the body nitrogen ,Desau els.. and essential to safe diving. is.proper, equipmentand ,. .
Desatttelssaid l the attraction to Florida caves and springs is bubbles form and 'can injure or kill the diver when they training. : u
like nother place in the world. "block something an artery or a nerve ending.:" Inmost of the cases where Desautels was called to recover
"BRANFORD(FLA.) KEEPS the motels filled all the time "Basic people shouldn't go down there," Collins said. the body of a drowned diver a guide line was not used.A .
with divers coming down to dive in the caves," Desautels said. "There's nothing down there." diver can run out of air and be without light in a cave,
The dangers of fresh water diving are not decreased by the DR. I.F. WAGLOW of the UP Physical Education according to Desautels, and still have a good chance of
absence of caves Collins said. Department calls scuba diving in any form, "the most coming out alive if he has a guide line to lead him back to the
"Under 100 feet, the increased partial pressure of nitrogenin dangerous activity on the face of the earth..* entrance of the cave.
the bloodstream has strange effects," Collins said. Waglow said that while proponents of the sport cite figures DESAUTELS ALSO RECOMMENDS the use of a
TillS INCREASE PRODUCES a condition called nitrogen Indicating relatively low number of deaths compared to the primary light of at least 30 watts in addition to a safety light
narcosis, or as Jaques Cousteau described it, "rapture of the number of certified divers, they ignore the amount of time when cave diving."Experienced .
deep". spent in the water as a factor. cave divers don't usually drown," Desautels
This condition can cause a diver to do strange. things, Minute for minute, Waglow said, the death rate for scuba said.
Collins said. Under the intoxicating influence of this blood divers might be as high as the mortality rate for people Desautels recommends SO regular dives be completed along
condition, a diver might even believe he no longer needs his suffering from heart disease. with a special course in cave diving, before cave explorationsare
air tanks and discard them. THE DANGERS OF DIVING "don't. have any respect for attempted.
Or he may simply panic, Collins said. anybody, even the well experienced Waglow said. DESAUTELS SAID STATE IMPOSED regulations are
NOVICE DIVERS WHO VENTURE into deep water may In spite of his views Waglow does not support legislated not the solution to diving deaths.
also be stricken with the "bends"or the formation of nitrogen restrictions on spring and cave diving. Under existing state restrictions for diving in state parks,
bubbles In the bloodstream Collins said. "People are going to do this whether you legislate against it "if you wanted to float down the Itchnetucknee with a scuba
Oxygen consumption increases proportionally with the or preach against it like I do," Waglow said. tank you would have to carry a pressure gauge and a
incrase in pressure on the diver's body, Collins said. THERE ARE NO BILLS pre-filed in the Florida legislatureto buoyancy compensation device. That's the kind of craziness
As a result, a diver may run out of air unexpectedly and be restrict fresh water scuba diving at this time. 'you get when you try to legislate restrictions."
forced to rise quickly without taking time to acclimate his State law does require divers to carry a pressure gauge, "The main thing is to educate not legislate" Desautels
body to the change in pressure. I light.knife, depth gauge, and watch when diving in state said.

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Alligator Staff Writer THE COURSE USES NO DRUGS or
hypnosis said instructor [Reiss. The method. :.''Jj 4e 'taunting [Ac 'Qflto
With $50 and the desire to stop smokingyou used is positive thinking he said. .
can take the non-credit "How to.stop -ltl.yleis[ classified ad |on sbanc batfs'lSUNDAYS I

Smoking Course" sponsored,by,the Divisionof "I change thinking' patterns"Mid Reiss.' .:h.!. ,, ',, ..'
Continuing Education and the College of Smokingls a negative htbit'hw: tained.
Health Related Professions.The The course attempts,to replace the negative
habit with positive patterns of thought and
six-day course will be offered at UF for behavior he said. AT HILLEL JEWISH CENTER
the third and fourth times Feb. 10-17( and
Feb.24-March: ).The classes are limited to 20 REISS, WHO DEVELOPED the program
participants.BOB with his wife an occupational therapist said
he helps to stimulate motivation.In BRUNCH 11:00: A.M.
SCHARKEY, A PARTICIPANT of I
the last program described himself as a his own words. Reiss is the "boy scout CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW-ADVANCED 7:00: P.M.
"walking furnace" until he quit smoking.,He, helping the lady across the street.:* BEGINNERS 8:00: P.M.
had been smoking up to three packs a day for ISRAELI DANCING-8:00: P.M.
22 years.. The participants must do a lot on their own ,
such as following eating requirements and THIS SUNDAY 1 1:00: P.M. LEARN TO BAKE. DONUTS
Scharkey. publisher of the High Springs tension exercises he said.
Herald tried to quit several times before
taking the course but always began smoking REISS,LEVY COUNTY special education
again within a week. coordinator for Chie and Elementary School
OPENINGCOFFEEHOUSE
said his stop smoking program is unique GRAND
It's been about,three weeks since Scharkey because ideas have been taken from a varietyof
completed the course and he said. he's fields including psychology business and.
convinced he will never smoke again. special education.He .

"TED (REISS IS A DYNAMITE instructor has studied success packaged it in a
," said Scharkey. program and applied ,it to smoking said
Reiss.
Reiss and the reinforcement from others in '

success.the class Scharkey were primarily said. responsible for his dangers students It's stop important of he at smoking said.Applications a physical. for said students prime Reiss.lack to Most realize motivationto college the 1 16 N.W.I 8th St.


Success rates of the previous courses were
100 per cent and 95 per cent said Dr. BerniceS. for the course are available in
Scott coordinator for the Division of room 807 of the Seagle Building.
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I: Soldiers can get creditBy BEGINNERS 7 P.M. HEBREW


JEREMIAH TURNER during their three-year enlistment thanks to ,
Alligator Staff Writer a new Army program.
The program Army Help for Educationand
Recruits in the Army will now be able to Development (AHEAD) is designed to nhiwiii1
complete up to two years of college; credit enable a full-time enlisted soldier who, has
completed his first six months of training to
'take college credit course which will: be paid r
Career weekendset for by the Army in a school near his base.
THESE CREDITS will then transfer back
to the enlistee's home college and count .
at law centerA towards a degree.At -
the end of a three-jear enlistment. the
recruitment seminar will be held veteran can go back to the home college and
Thursday. Feb. 13 through Saturday. Feb. 15 use the accumulated credits to count toward a
at the Spessard Holland Law Center to interest degree.He .
students in business or legal; careers. can earn his degree under the G.I. Bill, 17th Annual
Between 25-30 student participants have entitling him to up to 45 months of benefits
been invited from southeastern colleges and or approximately $8.000.>
will be attending the seminar. THE NEW PROGRAM prompted by
There will be a dinner at 5 p.m. on recent Defense Department figures which
DAYTONA5OO
Saturday. the last day of the seminar in the show for the first half of fiscal year 1975. 66"
Arredondo Room of the J. Wayne Reitz per cent of the enlistees for all armed serviceswere
Union. Charge for' the dinner is $4.65. high school graduates.
Any students who want to attend the Army Chiif of Staff Gen. Fred C. Wayandsaid
banquet or need further information about the program is aimed at "the young manor
the seminar should contact Dean Thomas woman who is highly motivated and
Moore at tie College of Law. college-oriented.
The seminar is sponsored by the Black Law Sgt. Barnes of the Gainesville recruiting
Students Association the Colleges; of Law and agency said that UF and Santa Fe Com
Business Administration, the Law Student munity College have not yet joined the
Division of the American Bar Association and program. as 800 other colleges and universities
the Law Students Civil Rights; Research have but he expects,they will in the t
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By Robin WilliamsWhen after the burial. no suitable bachelor had shown,up favored suitor in the morning in the

we celebrate St.. ValentinesDay Down through time, the two oc- by noon, there was a fool.proof charm expectation of receiving a gift from him
tomorrow friends and lovers will curances became confused.in peoples for finding your lover in the evening.
be:contributing to a' tradition as old as minds. Possibly the .early Church encouraged -' "On Valentines Day take two bay The. Victorian era went in for sen
200 A.D. this not liking the .see wild leaves; sprinkle them with rose water timental l and lavishly extravagent

First came the Lupercalia a pagan covortings of fertility In the Roman and place them on your pillow in the valentines. A common subject was

Roman feast held to assure the fertility streets. .evening..When you go'to bed put on a despairing and melancholy gentlemenand
of f animals, fields and people. In mid- The English came up with some in- clean nightgown turned Inside'out, and" ladies languishing away from love.
February the young Roman men put the teresting variations on the loving whisper, 'Good Valentine be kind tome Silhouettes often surrounded by a gilt

names of young girls into a box and theme. One of the ,first was that birds ,, in, dreams let me my true love frame, were, frequently sent as
each drew a name. The girl a man choose their mates' on St. Valentines see''rThe valentines. Many, like the one of Millie
chose would be his partner during the Day ,* "' first record of a written valentineis Blake have a story behind them.
festival. This was soon changed 'to ;say ,that, in:, 1477 and is addressed "Unto my At the start of the nineteenth century

The second event came about Feb. 14 young women chose their mafe on right welebelovyd Valuntyne John Millie's sea captain husband went awayon
271 when the Roman authorities Valentines Day. In the 1400s it, was Paston Squyer". a voyage' from which he never
Beheaded St. Valentine for insulting assumed an unengaged girl would In 'some ,parts of England no 'work returned. ,Before leaving, he asked his

Pan, Juno and Venus (the gods of the marry the first bachelor she met on the was done on St. Valentines' Day until wife to leave a candle burning in their
.upercalia). fateful morning. ,If there was someone. the postman camel' window to guide him home.
A pink almond tree grew and she did not wish to marry, he was By the 1660's it was the custom for a (see page 2)s. )



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498-3501 In the Renaissance Fair 312.1436 eligible tor the six-week camp program at Ft. Bragg.. N.C.. Lt.
Everything Prepared Fresh For You Col. John C. Carlin said.
The program closed to women until now because junior
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spent in ROTC. Carlin said.
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BARRACKS IN TilE CAMP have been revised to ac-
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run through the camp to determine the feasibility of the
HE SHELLEY'S MAN course for women.
At the camp participants will be put through extensive
physical fitness training actual field experience and will take
turns leading their own platoon.The j
reaction of girls in the ROTC program to the
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SUZANNE WATKINS, the.only girl in UF=, ROTC eligibleto
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She said she felt the campus ROTC program could be
adapted more to a woman's career in the service and hopedthe
camp would offer her practical training for the future.
Darlene Fuller a freshman in the ROTC program said she
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last year to 23 this fall, and Carlin said he expects a good
turnout in the, future.
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According to Mara, most people were interested in getting
involved in the Rape Counseling and Information Service
answering telephones.
Only women are allowed to answer the: phones because it's
hard to penetrate the barrier between the sexes after someone
has been through a rape Mara said.
You're at work. Papers piled he'll bring a delicious deli sand- "This may change soon though. I've heard that there was a
nigh on your desk. And yourstomach ; wich like the KA, or Hot male rape Gainesville recently 'Mara_ added.
Pastrami, or Bagels & Cream Rape Awareness Day was sponsored by the Rape Information -
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IT Donald's$80.00 month 376-9252 Don (b- .
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Only $42 a month. Call Eric at 373-3246
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rtment at Kings k$8800o .rings, old jewelry, etc confident, ca marently Coil half removed per lambda Delta honorary society (is
red |1.3 uliM'as toll Sher Or Otile 373 3894-(50-53-c)_ electrologist Edmund Dwyer tending out letter of invitation' to all
2077 (BSTBiPjJI1 over 20 years experIence Freshmen women who have obtained a
378 wonted amiable housemate Call 3728039 .
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preferably ( ) 3.5
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available to .
( furnished ept female student $80 mo. uttl I paId I blk AMMIES ARRIVED FROM minimum of twelve hours. If feel 1W'lOLETWFWATIfLOJltJ
LONDON you
,irnmed ally 160 per month 378- behind nrn 373.1673 (C.2T.81.Pi) NOW OPEN, Specializing, In English hair, you qualify and have not received a

.3T 81-P wonted auditioning performers for rutting. blow waving for the In look letter by Feb. 13 call Joan 392.7626
roommate wonted Howllonlaptt Coffee House Sunday nights at Hillel unisex, Drop by Colonial, Plaza 716 W. before Feb 16. (J2T81P)
No 150 $68.50 par month Jewish Student Center Call Andrea UnIV. Ave 377.2643 (j.50t.M. )

}m toll odioming 372 2369 offer bath 5 immediate.00 ((8.2T. Martin 392.8661 (Co5P-81.P)_ Weddng business, cords Invitations$9.95, ,11.40 rubber p per stamps I 100 LOST FOUNDLOST lffjlIG} 1bJ1l IL

HELP WANTED magnetic signs, offset printing Cliff Hal: !.V'OOTHER-kEARTI-I
pro* I br furnished apt $150 mo Printing 1103 N Main (J-FR.58.C)) while drinking rum on Sot. stock to
[nines paid pets ok available rifle.was sanding to the band at union-
)lely Feb rent free call 373-4715 COllEGE CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE If you are pregnant, and need help we will make It worth your while Sid 121 604KWI3THSTJA / MIfi %fff CENTFR
-P Needed to sell Brand Nome Stereo core 69-P Call Brth"ght. 377.4947 (J-2.T. NW 15th Terrace (I.2T.81-P) .
Components to Students at lowest prices )
Roommate Wanted 'Howolion lost brown leather wallet Initials R.B.
heat, Hi Commission,. NO Investment to Paula the girl I met at fat boy I
|Apt. 2 bdr-2 bah, a-c. pool rewored call Roger 377.2943 (l.2T-8I.P)
required. Serious Inquiries ONLY would like
'/u will toll 37M767Avo FAD to hove dinner with you on
25 o mor COMPONENTS INC. LOST: 1974 class : St. Augustine
loble Mar M 8.5981PWANTED ) 20 Passaic Ave. Thursday 2113 at 00pm: same place or ring
fairfield, New Jersey 07706 diamond call bob ot 392-8283 (J-3T.79.P) High;CS Initials;silver, green stone. lost
gOl.227-A814 (te.lt-8l.p) Feb. Library, W. Reword HO 392.9621I3T81P
( SUPER BIKES INC. Has a new service ( )
someone to care for 7 yr old boy m.f. 25 department with the most efficient
pm.must have own transportation. $2 hr people in town for appointment call Don LOST large prescription glasses trifocal
to wonted Regency Oaks, own plus SI I per day for gos call 377.atOS 377 0722 for tales & ports call 377.6901 lenses brownplastic frame REWARD call I.
i $90 o month plus 1-3 utilities after 6 pm. (E.2T-8I.P) .._ Norton Triumph Honda Yamaha 3441 392.1336 or 372-8003 after six (HT-81-
)4789 jc( 41 80-p) SW Archer rd, The Small Shop that cares PJ) _

JEDI Advertising Soles AUTOSMAZDA about you & your machine fair prices (I I. Found: Car keys outside of Bartron Ha II. career in law-
motives for a Motor Spot 101-78-p) Coll 378.5657 ((1.5t.77.p I )

ion. Call 377-0231 for further )973 RX2 only 17000 miles omfm MEETING OF GAY PEOPLE Thur 7 pm 107 lost ,in Norman area Nikkomat 35 mm school.What
cStTTj radio air four door sedan silver grey NW 15th Terr (New Down) Guest camera in black leather case. Christmasfilm without law .
cepting applications tar Summer Call 376-5012 Z7UO.. (g-5t.77-nc) speaker on gays & the law Come by inside Phone 392-0728 or 372.9573.
unselors at PINCWOOO for boy and meet other gay people (|.2t.80.p) Reword ((1-St I .78-p)
(is Hendersonville. N.C Write DUSTER340' 1973.acps.pb-ot. do with only a bachelor degree?
In roidols.$2500-or best offer call 377.9680 Term Papers! Canada's largest Service. Found: Ladies Gold Watch In vicinity of can you
,4585, Normandy Branch(Miami For catalogue send$2 to: Essay Services, Leigh Hall Feb 5. 75. Call 3774905 (I-51- Now there Is a way to bridge the gap between an
| fg| 33141 (C..I01W1 57 Avenue. Suit 77-p) undergraduate education and a challenging, responsible
Spadina
,1964 Pootkx Tempest door 6 cyl, auto 208, Toronto,
(and Stuff Envelopes At Horn. radio;, good! lire, 92,000 !miles very, Ont Canada Also campus representatives whoever removed leather pocketbookfrom career. The Lawyer's Assistant is able to do..
I Per Month, Possible.' Ag*> And very dependable but homely $225. required Please writ*. (j-35t.70- cutlass supreme at arby's tues nile work traditionally done by lawyers: .
Does Not Matter Orfer-Oetolrs.' ,Sv 372.714 (41-80-p) Pj) call 372-3798 no questions reword (L.4T Three months of intensive training can give you of
beer Refundable)Tot:Triple S, by lawyers. You .
*( UOYD-S' CORVETTE PLACE We buy and Congratulations to the new PI Beta Phi 79, P) the skills-the courses are taught y
138 Pinion Hills Co 92373. the
sell. Jacksonville.: Florida I 1-388-3311.1 I I. initiates. especially to my little sister lost Girls wristwatch Between PK Young choose one ol the six courses offered-choose
wonted-liberal. mature t 10 and Cossot Ave. (0.201.739)PERSONAL Cindy. With, Pi Beta Phi love, Lynda (J- and Norman Hall White bond and blue city in which you want to work.
ling. Own room in two bdrm, 2T79P) face Pleas call 378-1943 (I.2t-80-p) Since 1970. The Institute lor Paralegal Traininghas
law firms
182.50r Vi utilities Com by-no Quality leatherwork never wears out LOST: Black & ton female doberman no placed more than 700 graduates in
H4J9I. Univ Ave (C-SMI-T) "it always wears In. At MaSanDu we togs lost vicinity of cln city reward: banks and corporations in over 60 cities. '
specialize, In custom leatherwork comes to name of miggie call sally 376- If you are a student of high academic standing and
26' standard boy's bike like new bosket purses. belts, coots, jackets sandals. 3096 onytime (I-3t-80'p) are interested in a career as a Lawyer's Assistant
fender english tires $20 3779951 (J. travel bogs. If it con be mode of leather, we'd like to meet you.
PER BIKES INC. 3T-8I-1') we can make it to suit you. MaSanDu, .
TEAC A.24 Cassette Deck $65 Mike 378 1131 W.University Ave. open I0om-6pm SERVICES Contact your placement office for an interview with
fARTS37761 4016 after 5 (J.2T-8I.P)_ Monday thru Saturday, by appointment, our representative.
Sundays & evenings. 373-7470 (j.sp.74C .
) typing. any material fast and efficient We will visit your campus on
75c-double spaced page. IBM carbon
HOME HUNTERS Poncho. Bookpacks, Packs frames. ribbon selectric greek symbols too. Call FRIDAY MARCH 7 ;
Tents, Rugby Shirts, Troll Shoes, White 373-5572 (M.1 OT.76-P) ,".
We can help you find a home Stag Speedo Bathing Suits Join Univ. ;.-
apartment mobile home,or HIking Club. Aliens Aquatic t Trail Basic Advanced Scuba Classes Starting .'."(
roommate the easy way! Center. 34.48W. Univ. 373-9233 (j.fr.72. Underwater Photography Classes' \
c) Storting Soles service rental air, trips \
for
.. Blessed and happy is he that oriselh/ Tom Allen (Co.host of Wild Kingdom The Institute ,
I SERVICE-377-0722 OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE of the T.V.)Aliens Aquatic t Trail Center. 3448 "
to promote the best interests Paralegal Training .
peoples and kindreds of the earth.H W. Univ 3739233 (m fr 72-t)

AM-6PM JOEL R. BRIDGES II Boho I Writings (J.IT.81.C) SCUBA YMCA CLASSES Start beginningof 235 South 1lh Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19103 ..
7 DAYS A WEEK Fly in a sailplane-glider this Saturday fora Spring Quarter call 376-7172 to get on ((215)) 732-6600
REALTOR 404 SW 4th Ave. new experience which you'II treasure waiting list YMCA now has its own pool ..
41 1 S.W. ARCHER R.D. Open 7 Days til 7:00 377.4700 forever, For scheduling, Coll 373-0798 local (M5T-81)

after 6pm. The Florida Soaring if you ore a Jewish guy interested In ,;: .
Association (J.IT.81.P) meeting'Jewish girls, call 392-8517 and

chocolate bar I ddnt expect you to ask for Yente (M.1T-81.P) .

FREE EibC c IGINE ANALYSIS ignore everything (J.IT-81.P) EXPERIENCED TYPIST: Fast', dependableRates .... i :.
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WDHATUNC-UP DOES ME SO MUCH GOOD .TO THINK etc Call Phyllis 372-6767 Keep trying! ", .! :r --'
110 p itnt OFF plugs, pts. cond. YOU REMEMBERED ME ON VALENTINESDAY (M.3T-8I.P) : '
THE WAY YOU SHOULD. YOU a ,
ft labor thru feb.28 .
BOUGHT ME A CUTE LITTLE PLANT WIRED FOR SIGHT
1f52 N. MAIN ST. HONE 972-5247 AND IS IT NEETO CAUSE YOU "The Eyeglass Super Mart" .
GOT IT AT THAT SPECIAL PLACE THE UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS ,
PLANT DEPOTIII!!! 520 NW 16th Ave (JIT88P '300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480

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GIve a valentine straight from the heart!
Get the family frIend or lover of your Research paper assistance directory.
choICe covered on the blood assurance Don't limit your sources when we offer a
plan Donate one unit today send a means to professional research. Send x=Fx+Gw
blood bonk valentnell 1330N $200 Candide Box 1254 Omaha.
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W 13 St 377-6906 It. that
A fundamental breakthrough not really Just
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boP1-\ Estimation. published by MIT Pre... Spring '741.) The title
'} Patronize People of the book tall a lot about TASC Our interest i Is In applyIng -'
\ the modem system viewpoint that you have learned

Sine TASC was founded In 1960, our staff of graduate engineers -
\ Who Patronize Us scientists. data processing specialists and support
personnel has grown to more than 140. In addition to having
VO authored several technical) book and numerous report.
papers, and article, our staff members hold patent in biomedical .
First of all they're interested in your business Instrumentation, meteorological tenting, control system .
design, and Inertial' navigation technology Our work involves .
in The Alligator.
they wouldn't be advertising analytical research related to mathematical modeling of
physical processes optimal Mate estimation and optimal con
trol, adaptive estimation and control, muhisentor, system synthesis .
Independent Florida .Alligator is system Identification system optimization, system test
r Secondly, The and evaluation techniques,, advanced simulation techniquesand
supported almost entirely by its advertising. advanced systems concept

long as our advertisers support us we can con We are a steadily growing applied research firm that enjoys
distribution newspaper on the professional' expression by solving real' systems problems in
tinue to be a free navigation, guidance and control in defense, space and public
of Florida campus Our advertisers will systems applications.
University available for innovative oriented
Position are application -
continue to support us as long as you continue to Masttrt and Doctoral level engineer who have a working
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TASC I II conveniently located 10 mile north of Boston
Our benefit Include profit.charing, tuition reimburse-
RUS So don't buy what you don't need and don't pay, merit disability income Insurance In.house technical
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more than you advertisers. Campus Interviews' Feb. \17 1975
being equal, shop with Alligator TASC
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Alligator Staff Writer Although the store is beginning with books
and records from the Tallahassee store
With the opening of the Coop Book and Barnes expressed hope that "we can pay them
Record Store ,today.Gainesville residents will back and be independent of them soon.
have the opportunity{to buy books at a 10 per "The Tallahassee store has the advantageof
cent discount and records For' at least SI being about three times larger and' in a 1971 BACARDI IMPORIS, INC toSLATOPROOrOONtMI "t$ A TRADEMARK OF BACARDI COMPANY LIMITED,'
cheaper than most places. better location. Eventually we would 'like to
The Gainesville co-op, revamped from a move.to a place closer. to campus where, we
wig: botique is located at 1105 NW 5th Ave. would get walk-in traffic," Barnes explained.
and will run on the same non-profit principleas ACCORDING TO EGAN, who will returnto '
the one in Tallahassee according to Tom Tallahassee in a few weeks. the only way'' '
1 Egan and Jerry Barnes who set up the the store can continue to offer low prices is
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EGAN, WHO HAS BEEN with the the Tallahassee store, we have a few '
'rt Tallahassee store since it opened five years hundred people involved in some way, -
S ago, introduced the idea to Barnes when he whether it be working ;in.the store, building $$?
was visiting in Tallahassee, "The coop in shelves, doing bookwork or painting when \<
ty Tallahassee was formed when area bookstores needed. We couldn't run the store any other .
would not bring in books students wanted," way," Egan said. tJ\\ ,
Egan said.Barnes ,According to Barnes who will be general if}
t said.. "A group of people from manager when Egan returns to,Tallahassee
Gainnsville thought it would be a good idea if the people who volunteer are able to get
t, we started a co-op here where we could offer additional markdowns on stock.
literature that is unavailable elsewhere' and THE STORE WILL ALSO BE giving away
for a price people can afford. old magazines and periodicals that they
t "We are not going to carry textbooks. We cannot sell."Whenever.
are not competing nor do we want to with the we get enough accumulated, we
Hub or any other bookstore," Barnes said. tear off the labels and ship them back to the
The book selection at the Gainesville co-op manufacturer, so they know we aren't selling
1 includes political women's, labor history and them, which is against the law. We can't sell ,
1 how-to literature.. Papers, magazines and them so we give them away' ," Egan ex COUPON GOOD UNTIL FEB. 27 ..!..........II
periodicals that are hard to find elsewhere will plained. .
also be offered. Literature and records will be the only .
RECORD, PRICES WILL RANGE from goods sold at this point. Tapes are not I rS\Mi44 -
t S3.39-S4.49.' : ,' with" classical: records selling for currently being sold because "they are too The Steak Place1"z' i
,about' $1.25' according to Barnes. Special much of a hassle and we want to concentrateon
orders will betaken for records and will be building up our stock of records and = 1542WUNIVERSITY';' s'

available' about a week after they are ordered. literature.". ..". ,Barnes, said.'"..._--'...'_? ..' coupon across from,the grad library ..'

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Museum "
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lrorrj:ak Alice ; $7 fee provides water, fertilizers,'' UFF statewide

-ReglstraifOr1..F !'..lry'15,1.4 pm:: at mulches,:tools, stakes etc.. survey
for Mar .J ne3CIteason Ie Call 392.9519 for '
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i Sponsored by STUDENT AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL
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By GARY BALANOFF Irom the individual
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paper separate survey
GREAT T fT GMT fWiM Alligator Staff Writer sheets.
Seven statements form the basis for the
!survey. Each statement asks the respondent to
1 Faculty at each of the nine State University either "strongly agree. "agree," "disa ree,"
Cocker 1 Spaniel $160 trjsi( | Setter bSSO 1 1 1I 1I System campuses are being surveyed on their or "strongly disagree" with the statement, or
opinions on everything from the Equal Rights state neutrality. no opinion or inap-
German Sheperd $99 tSt Bernard I S17900 Amendment to faculty fringe benefits. propriateness of the statement_ to the
The United Faculty of Florida's (UFF) respondent's position.The .
Political Action Campaign Committee has seven statements are:
Siamese Kitten $50 Spitz I $99Lhasa compiled the survey which they are now Some state legislators hold inaccurate
distributing to all the state's faculty mem- perceptions ,about faculty work patterns and
Apso 1 1 $195EXPERT / mers. attitudes;
BOBBIE ZEMAN UFF CAMPAIGN Procedures for awarding salary increases -
ALL-BREED GROOIWING. COORDINATOR said interviews are being promotions, and tenure are
done between UFF campaign members and satisfactory;
faculty members. There are 50 UFF cam- Passage of the ERA ((Equal Rights ... .
COMPLETE LINE OF PETS paigners who are responsible for talking to 50 Amendment) is a legitimate subject for
faculty each. faculty political action;
AND SUPPLIES. "We're just starting on it," Dr. Barrie The amount of fringe' benefits (including
Straus political action campaign committee retirement) received from UF is
chairwoman said. satisfactory; '
"It's (designed)to give the faculty a voice," The common course numbering systemis
she said. Faculty members rank issues "so desirable;
we're not just representing our own Contracts are sent to faculty and
AI. prejudices," she added. professional employes sufficiently in advanceof
THE UFF IS ENGAGED IN battle with beginning of the academic year;
378-0714 MON & FBI 10-9 TUES-SAT 10-6:30:
several other faculty unions, all of whom are Faculty and professional employes
3706 NBA/BERRY/ ROAD SUNDAY 15 vying to become the faculty 'collective should have the right'to control all patents
bargaining agent for the state universities. and coyrights resulting from their work.

*. *. .* * * * Some fighting of the about issues which are tenure the faculty procedure unionsare FOLLOWING'seven more issues THESE which STATEMENTSare the faculty are

: fringe benefits common course numbering asked to rank as satisfactory or not
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among all schools in the state system and satisfactory.
: TONIGHT I salary increases. Included in these rankings are salary,
Ranking of these issues are part of the research facilities, library resources teaching
survey. materials, classroom space, office space and
THE RESPONSES ARE KEPT parking.The .
:. I.F.C. Winter Frolics anonymous but UFF campaigners are instructed political' action campaign committeewill
to keep the name department, meet tonight at 8 p.m. in the Episcopal
building address survey response interest in Student Center to discuss further action on
UFF and comments on another sheet of the surveys.
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Alligator Staff Writer 10:30 p.m. at the intersection of Stadium
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for "Operation Life" is
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v UPD is cracking down on illegal bicycle new Florida statute effective since Jan I,
4 4 traffic. The crackdown is a result of Shuler said. The law defines moving and non-
"Operation Life," an effort of campus city moving bicycle traffic violations and
and county police to curb bicycle traffic established uniform state traffic fines.
l accidents according to UPD Public Information Moving violations include running red
Officer Jim Shuler. lights and stop signs, speeding over 20 m.p.h.
'"Operation Life" went into effect Feb. I I. and failure to yield right-of-way Shuler said.
but it had a slow start on campus. Ticketing Non-moving violations include riding at
THE NIi[ under the program did not begin until Feb 3 night without a light or reflector.All .
and did not pick up until this week Shuler state traffic violations are subject to a
said.HE S5 tine, Shuler said.
SAID' 31 tickets for bicycle traffic Traffic tickets may be taken td the student
violations were .issued last Tuesday night. traffic court or to the county court.


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Alligator CorrespondentWe University lite are depicted; a t football player,.. even tears them under 'his"'c\\ thes. 'he said
show-after
end of the
On Toward the
a cheerleader things you see every day.
., .1 ad-libbed for
are out for the interview, We drive'out the, the other side, there's, a piano-player,,, he had run-out of material-he'
:
\' q'.the Beef-n-Bottfe,to- see<4 teve Martjp the drawing: and! onir ither'entertainer-type. stuff!,. -a feSninut whiffr-wearing the has old becomesomewh' arrowiWu&'ttheheadlttfeUthat -
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glasses, and a borrowed tape recorder that After a pretty good set by folkstnger Charlie on The Tonight Show. '
t tI makes purring noises only when it's turned Robertson Steve stole the limelight anddidn't ANYWAY STEVE is 29 lives in Aspen
\. Colorado and has been on The,Tonight Show
oft
give it up until an hour,and a half of .
I Like I said we're out for the interview.., We good comedy had zipped by. The audiencewas about 17 times. He'll be on again March 7.
,e r a bounce into the Entertainer Lounge, ask for his ,from his first routine and after ten He's been on T.V. a lot. and he used to write
I k a Steve and find him at the bar. minutes Steven had them molded to his style lor the Smothers Brothers and .those of you

STEVE ISN'T drunk. He's working on of.loose comedy.HE who thought Tommy was funny. will think.
some material. He writes green-tinted JOKED and ad-libbed through the Steve is hilarious. .
" college-ruled notebook paper,just like we do. routines he didn't do in his first set and' in He does two sets a night starting at 8:45:
It's obvious he's busy but he tries to'be polite between, the lights were dimmed and he and ending around I a.m. or until he runs out
and answer questions until we offer to talk to picked a' few tunes on his banjo. of things to talk about. Tickets cost $2
him after the show. He likes that idea and Steve did make a confession to the audience tonight. $3 Friday. and Saturday night. .
'c 4 u.F promises to look us up afterwards.The about, a fetish of his he refuses to be ashamedof. Anyway, we laughed a, lot\ and then we
photo by dovld finkel Entertainer Lounge is. cavernous. In .. Without averting his eyes, he risked turned on our tape 'recorder and did an in .
STEVE MARTIN: HAVIN' SOME FUN fact is has neo-Austnliopithican cave- alienating the crowd he had won over by terview. Did you know Steve Martin #started .

down here at the Beef 'n Bottle scrawlings spread across every inch of wall- telling them he's into wearing men's un out as a magician, _,
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By STEVE BERGMAN
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you've been going to the
keg on weekends lately,
you've heard the Jazz Project:
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the Keg's new house band.

For many in Gainesville. Weather Report one of the finest jazz'groups 'in the business. will be in,town
jazz sound.is a different and new tomorrow night. Great Southern Music Hall has two shows scheduled at B and: 1 11

The Project is the first band p.m. Tickets are available at the box office for$4 and $5.

1 in Gainesville to give people a

taste of this spontaneous ..
music on a regular level.
d PLAYING FROM 9 'til 2 ..
'Kidnap Lover'opens
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1' the night. There's no need 'gunning for a piece of breaking into the movie Hall Saturday night.
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'. to tell you that this is a damn the ,action.. The wind dies' business. This former UF "Kidnap Lover," tells the
good deal. i (down a bit, and he shoots. graduate has a film story of a girl who falls in love
What makes listening to Cut..- Take two. celebrating a world premiereat with her' abductor. Sounds a
these guys so enjoyable is that RICK FRIEDEL is the Great Southern Music bit familiar, doesn't it? No
playing jazz to them is Patty Hearst does not'play the
constantly a challenge both leading' r.ole.
lor personal expression, and fNl IItlII Like a good businessman,. '.
lor group interaction. They Friedel has attempted to tie
put a lot into,their music andit real life events to selling his '.
shows. product. Even though the" '
They've got to be in it for idea for '"Kidnap ,Lover" was
the music because they. justain't J formulated before the Hearst
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going to make money photos by g.org. kochaniec'jr.rTHE \ [ : R.F kidnapping advertisements

playing jazz in Gainesville.Not JAZZ PROJECT for the film, :exploit the

BUT at this THERE'S time anyway.always a .only jazz in town ". extent.connection to the fullest

good crowd at the Keg and the musical challenge of jazz. jazz for some 2Q .yearsA' YOU HAVE to make back
for the most part they come For Al. formerly of the rock Canadian. Henry has. owned what you put into a film or the
I to listen. The beautiful thing band "Dearly" jazz providesa a jazz club and played.with next time around you won't
about jazz is that if you're means for immediate ex area musicians as well. '.wih have the backers. Friedel
willing) to' really hear what is pression. He sees jazz .as American jazzmen!, .among' said.
)going on.:, the' joy of spontaneous closely akin to ,(dance 'andwould 'th\: c. the late jazz virtuoso. This is Friedel's second
creating is shared like to present a Eric Dolphw ., .* film. The first movie was
between listener and per- combination of the two in the A hav'choligist as' well ,, "'Lisa"Usa." released August ,
former. future. Hcnrj tame to G:linesville'td, -- 1974., '
The Jazz Project is a new HAVING' ,PLAYED run the .l Drug Project... ,a Friedel is responsible for '
experience for most of the together,on and off t fpr some research and treatment center: .. writing, producing and
1 members. Bassist Alll ..pers. 'three '>ears. it was only of UF that deals. with drug ,directing "Kidnap Lover.".
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guitarist Pete Einhornlskil ''utt: into jazz seriously! I Gainesville is lucky:to have being an old roommate of .
and pianist-vocalist Bob It was Peter's chance Introduction a musician ofHen'rts'calibre. Jack Nicholson.
Harris are newly drawn to to saxophonist and experience. .. v .' So, get out your tux and' ,
jazz.: Henry Boudin that brought ,Go down to the Keg ant! crank the Hollywood\ '
Having J gone through t the about the reality of'the'group." I catch: the, band next ,tirne.. SCENE FROM KIDNAP LOVER' spotlights up for Gainesville's
rock'trip they were drawn to Henry has been involved in, You'll thank vourself V .by Rick Frledel first premiere.

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,:*, ,i.!Alligator Sports Writer. at times he got paid for it. '. '
"Look, a meet promoter knows who's Vaughan willingly admits ,:.
'' that certain "amateurs" are
.. going to draw people to his meet and if ,
':' Amateur athletes don't get not really amateurs at all.
? t paid, right? Wron .. ask he wants you bad enough, h 'll'par you.A "Some Americans are I.
y Gators' sprint coach Ben "guy knows that paying me $200 isn't definitely professionals said
Vaughan.: Vaughan. "It's just been done photo' John moron
number by,
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> means the best paid athlete." to see me run. sneaky.to take care of yourselfand ,some amateurs' leflnltely'prof sslonals'
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r athlete uttered those words. Vaughan, ONE OF the, ways, said
UF sprint coach and former world class is to the
1310., Vaughan was the world's Vaughan put '
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+ third ranked sprinter in 1970. sprinter squeeze on meet promoters.
to run and they don't
explained Vaughan.And get
He traveled extensively "Some people have their
for it, Citizens
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throughout the world tor the price and they won't runI
well, said when a Jim Ryun or
help the situation. Mattson can't go to

Baseball team sets sights "LOOK, a meet but they don't un
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wants you bad RUSSIANS gettheir
on 35 victories in 75 season pay you. A guy paid when they miss
paying me $200 because of a meet and
Johns River Junior College in a doubleheader today at 2:30 compared to the absolutely not the case
ByGREGFORRERAlligator
.. Sports Editor p.m. at Perry Field. people paying $5 a U.S.," emphasized
Saturday,the Gators will play another doubleheader against will show up to,see .
Florida Junior'College of Jacksonville. Game time'is 1 p.m. said Vaughan. feels that the
+v For the past three seasons, the UF baseball team has been FULLER WILL use four freshman pitchers in today's Vaughan said the changes in the system
? plagued by memories and sayings of the past. Remember games, both ends of which will last seven' innings. Left is determined necessary. A reform
when you would leave and "23-skidoo?" handers Eric Hiller and Mike McCarthy will go in one game popularity of a situations."A called the UAA
That's exactly how the baseball team, under head coach and righty Bruce Baker and lefty Don Johnson will pitch in "When 1 1- was ( Amateur Athletes)
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Dave Fuller, have left the diamond the last three seasons. the other. pole vault was very in the early 1970's but
With 23 wins. Saturday, the Gators'will throw sophomore right Wilkie Bob, Seagren out.
NOT TOO GOOD' but not too bad. Smith and senior lefthander John Chappell in one game while Pennell and had a lot of
This year the team's motto is simple you can read it on freshman righty Craig Pippin and senior lefty Bob Tyler will made a I lot, of problems,"
Fuller's office door. "Think 35 in '75." handle mound chores in the second game. Sprinters did pretty said. "You know,
Thinking it and attaining it are two different things, that is Sammy Rick, the Gators' top hitter last year, will lead the "NOW THE people from all over
t certain. But it is also certain that Fuller, aided by assistants Gators, although he is still a bit weak from the flu. Freshman popular' together in one
Jay Bergman and newcomer Walker Swain, will be shooting Roger Holt, injured of late with a sprained ankle, will be backat Vaughan. "I but it was a pretty
1 to hit that mark or better. shortstop. some runners get organization while it
THE START OF the season is just 18 days away, and if it Senior Dave Bowden will play second, hoping to put SI000 a race now" ."
b weren't for injuries and sickness, the 35 might look a little together a year that will attract professional offers. He To this day. said that until the
easier to handle. Still, the Gators will be putting men on the received an invitation to sign with the Detroit Tigers upon his not feel guilty about and the Olympic
1 field today with the opening day game against Stetson on Feb. graduation from, high school. money to compete. decides to treat
\ 21 here in Gainesville in mind. The outfield at this stage appears pretty well set,with Rickin the American athletes better, the U.S.
He'll get a good look at ,the performances he might be center Joel Murrie in left and newcomer Terry Jones in system, forces to play second
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) 's CDa Dance{) UF women's golf team- idle since University of Arizona.
November, are competing for honors in the RYAN ATTRIBUTED the Tucker third
University of Arizona Invitational Golf place to poor putting, and emphasized the
Friday 14th 9:00: PM' Tournament starting today. importance of concentration in this event.

Representing the Lady Gators in the two "We have got to be able to concentrate for
\Jennings Hall Basement day event are Donna Horton, Elaine Hand 18 holes each dayand not just for fiteen. We
Nancy Feifarek, Kriss Rucinski and Nancy cannot make dumb mistakes out there, the
'J- Music by Steeplechase White. Florida coach said, adding that the secret
LADY GATOR COACH Mimi Ryan hopes would be in the short game.
Horton will cop the honors individually. "We've got to play well within 100 feet of
OUR OLD-TIME Horton is the current Tucker Invitational the greens, and not miss short putts for pars
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EN) RFImpoMd Champ."I and birds," she said. sa
don't know who the main competitionwill The Gator coach pointed to freshman
I .fnwJvwe R.' \e\.unC.-.t1"t .neirurt. be, but I expect the same players as the golfer Elaine Hand as possibly being a key to
{ *'e. h e\ Inn.1eSt Tucker, and I expect the same individual a Florida victory.
ffY'tIIJlllf R results," Ryan said. "ELAINE IS capable of doing so well, and
Rr,:vla.>w ''t4 Nit v ds'\.t t Ar Ryan said she sees the main four-player if she can have two really good rounds I think

competition coming from the University of we'd be in business," Ryan said, quickly
Arizona and Arizona State University. She adding"providing no one else goes sky high."
said that Arizona State is extremely strong. The AlA W National Golf Championshipswill
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strength in the October Tucker held in New here in June. "We can get a good feeling of compete
Mexico when they took third place in the the terrain and the competition" said Ryan
jour-player team event behind ASU and the after a practice round at Oro.
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methodically building .a can handle' finish second."
dynastY' at" the University, And part-of:that responsehas BUT THIS YEAR,the fifth STOP BY AND SHOP IN OUR NO-'
Florida. come, .from Florida's season Florida has had, a PRESSURE ATMOSPHERE.
lop The,sport is wrestling::and student body'which came out wrestling team Schneider 31'N MAIN
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year coach has currently led Gators: upset: ,.highly ranked places."I've. 373.439* LESSONS 377.43ft.
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1k twenty national ranking:when:: ago. : ; like this each athlete treats I..r
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''" revealed, : the bigger* one in our ,No matter what you do if you COACH GARY,SCHNEIDER I
'".. BUT' DURING HIS two.' streak",Schneider:said. "It's. 'enjoy it,. you're ,bound to ,building dynasty
'". years I In. a ,coaching ,capacity bound to help.the.confidenceof : finish on top." ,
,ti... at ,, 'Jackson senior,. wrestlesat
Florida Schneider:has'yet' our t team. ; AND TIIA T'S. where,
I to lose.a dual' meet ,in. fact, ., Despite::all(the'consecutive' Schneider, who's desk .is I 190: pounds. Schneider
we .the Gators 'have won A'32: duel_ meet "wins,.,the Gatort :cluttered with various feels the .talented. athlete
\\t" straight. .Nobody around' 'weren't ,able to' win the trophies colJected.in. the last could tin Ism high 'In'tlie
'li Gainesville can remember...any,. ;.. .SoutheasternConference l ';years. plans on:finishing.His .' nationals.this. :"year.'
,' :....., team' .' duplicating. that crown, >last"1( 'year:, as."t theyfinished''second three leading grapplers "We're in ,the top teams in
''f'(' number ., to :'Auburn.; are, all conference. champions., the country.right: : ,now and I
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;''.".., went remJlting'higlt.school.. .' : *school..' 'disappointment.i :but, 'adds: :Granowitz and Henry Jackson the top 10,". Schneider said.
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tickets for the game are on.sale.today at:=Gate 13; Florida compiled a 25-1 record lathe; will be held on Feb 28-March
Field between 9 a.m..' and 6 p.m. Full).tinie' UF studentticketsare laSt. two yean and:' he is I 1. in Alligator Alley and the; Common. Building
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guest tickets are S3... wrestler on the team .,liking.. .'ThUj s. Feb 13' 9pm-12 tin
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