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Florida Alligator FEB.MONDAY 17,1975

67 NO. 83

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By LESLIE GOLAY Washington who advises PIRG groups be established on campus with student
Alligator<< Staff Writer around the country Roxann Marietta funding.The .
president of UF's PIRG and two other regents set the requirements in 1974
students met with Sandeen in his office to tor the establishment of PIRG on state
,..' A three-year drive to establish the Public discuss the possibility of getting PIRG campuses.
tr Interest Research Group(PIRG) as a student'' validated on UFs campus, this year. "The regents' intent was to' begin the
S i'S Funded organization at UF suffered a setback TIlE BOARD OF REGENTS passed a bill process anew" Sandeen said.
Friday afternoon with a decision forcing the last year allowing the state universities to set SANDEEN SAID THIS DECISION was
group to collect a new petition with more than up a consumer interest group on campus with made because more than 70 per cent of the
15,000 signatures.The voluntary funding.The student body or 18.000 students have come to
consumer-oriented group will have to regents' bill stipulated that 51 per cent UF '''since the time the old petition was
throwaway a petition collected in 1972.73 of the student body must sign a peition in completed."To .
which contained 12.000 student signatures favor of voluntary funding and 25 per cent of say that petition is representative now
unless the decision can be appealed. the students must donate at least SI each per is not logical and fair." Sandeen said. "Not
The old petition was,held invalid by Vice quarter in order to keep the group going' even 50 per cent of the student body is
President for Student Affairs Arthur San- A petition campaign was successfully represented on it." he said.
deen according to his interpretation of a completed by PIRG in February 1973 with 51 After we got the signatures we were tryingto
ARTHUR SANDEEN Board of,Regents bill. per cent of the then student body or 12,000 work out a fee system what .would be
.old petition InvaJidReports Michael Herman, a lawyer from students, signing a petition allowing PIRG to acceptable to the administration and they
kept putting us off. Now they say the
petitions are too old" Marietta said.
"Sandeen said that the new students who
ofBy offenses increaseFour were not here before roughly 18,600 wouldbe
sex paying for something" they wouldn't know
anything about. Marietta said.
"But the fee system wasn't voluntary then .
JOE MORAN of the crimes reported in 1973 were The motivations of exhibitionists and as it would be now" she said.
Alligator Staff WriterA rapes. Seven rapes were reported to UPD last molesters are less violent than those of rapists. UNDER THE FEE SYSTEM PROPOSEDnow

year.ON MARTHA VARNES, UPD Investigator, a card would be sent along with the
potential sex offender has no trouble THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVER- said all flashers are not motivated to their quarterly tuition fee.
finding a victim on a college campus. SITY CAMPUS, 62 sex crimes including five actions by the same urges. The card would explain what PIRG is, and
According to Lloyd Vipperman University Tapes, were investigated by the campus police "There are some flashers that need you to if,the student wanted to donate a dollar he
Police Department (UPD) Investigator one during 1974, according to Jim Sewel campus put them down they want you to inflict pain would send the card back with his name on it.
series of rapes was committed by three men. police information officer.
one of whom was "very bright one guy who In 1973 58 sex crimes, including seven
was relatively dumb." according to Vip- rapes were reported at' FSU. (See 'Sex, page six) (See 'PIRG'page six)
perman's ,description and a third man of ,
i average intelligence. .
Vipperman said information gathered from
the men after they were arrested showed'they
committed the first rape at the suggestion of,
the brightest of the trio.
TilE MEN PICKED UP a female hitchhiker
took' her to a ''secluded area, ,and --- w
raped her.Vipperman. )
said the men brought the'girl{ !
back into town, "bought her a nickel cookie
and said they were sorry." The incident went
unreported. he said. a.a _
The men repeated the acts after picking upa
UF dorm resident. Vipperman said. The
as i ,
woman reported the assault but was too ,
shaken to remember anything about the men.
Vipperman aid the men were apprehendedwith
the assistance Qf. a 19-year-old 4,
Gainesville woman who had been abducted by

the men. .
woman's descriptions of their physical appearances 1 ;r 11q
and the car they used hen,she was
The men were kept under surveillance and wn
wrested when they became involved in a tight.
The woman identified the men in a police
line-up. Before the men were convicted and
imprisoned, they admitted'to approximately
ten separate rapes. Vipperman said.
There were 63 reported sex offenses'on the 3 'T ilk sT F
UF campus 'according to UPD.
Only seven of the b3 were rapes. The
remaining crimes involved htdecent exposureor
)grope molesting, according to Jim Shuler.
UPD Information Officer. photo by chip hires

OF TilE $3 SEX OFFENSES reported to

UPD last )ear.,20 are closed cases. according ,

to UPD's annual crime report., 'Lp love Is not only In the air these days Minis' Day as artistic lovers and loving
marked increasein ,
The same report shows a ,it is also painted In whisper-soft colorsin artists got together in a low-key competition -
In 1973 '
sex crimes reported on campus. ; i'; "':. front of the J. Wayne Reitt Union. to see who could create the
only 39 offenses were reported, eight of whichare art
closed cases no longer under investigation. That was the scene Friday. St. Valen,, most lovely chalk sidewalk painting. t


Pag 2,111*lnd.p.ndnt Florida Alligator Monday February 17,1975

.:.;f U.S.-Iran
Kissinger I ; : : j

meets withGromyko I
can buy into

GENEVA (UPI) Secretary 'of State Pan Am i

Henry A. Kissinger arrived Sunday night and 4 LF I
began what may be a tense round of meetingswith
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromykoon
the Middle East and a host 9f.issues near WASHINGTON I (UPI) Iran won U.S. government
the core of detente. approval Sunday to buy a sizable. share of Pan American
Kissinger (new to Switzerland from Airways Inc., on condition it will not try to take over the
where he announced a "complete financially ailing airline or impede its defense commitments.The .
views with West German leaders on Bonn'l 1' j's unprecedented deal would in effect, allow the
issues they discussed including booming Persian Gulf nation to use overflow oil profits to
strategy to bring down the price of )gain: partial control of a major U.S industry-an airline
Relations between the United States and which, ironically, i is fighting! off financial collapse partly
the Soviet Union were the first subjects on the because of soaring oil prices.
agenda: ,when Kissinger and Gromyko began I IRAN SAID the deal w as only the first step in its long range:
talks over dinner at the, Soviet Diplomatic plans to invest billions in U.S. business.
Mission. The State Department announced the U.S. government
These included the new round of Strategic I approved the proposed Iran-PanAm deal "in principle "
Arms Limitations Talks the nowdefuncttrade !subject to follow approval ot'the specific agreement by the
treaty between the two countries, and Civil Aeronautics! Board (CAB).
Leonid .I. "What this action does. a Pan Am
Communist I party General Secretary SECRETARY OF STATE HENRY KISSINGER spokesman extlained."is -
Biezhnev's !scheduled visit to the United | give us a license from the government, if you will
.speaks of U.S.-Soviet relations
States this summer.Humphrey. to go to Teheran I and nail down the details of the agreement
und come back and submit it to the CAB."
HE SAID the agreement was not yet "a hard and fast
warns deal" but Iran's ambassador Ardeshir Zahedi told a news
monday conference in Pine Mountain ,Ga.,the agreement would:
ALLAN J. CtNGLERWir Transfer 13 to I IS per cent of Pan Am's stock to Iran Air
of depress i Editor the Iranian National Airline.

/capsule Give Iran 50 per cent of the stock in IntercontinentalHotels
a profitable Pan Am subsidiary.
within 90 daysWASHINGTON directors.. Place one Iranian on Pan Am's 17-member board of

I (UPI!) Sen. Hubert H.:Humphrey, D. Conservative Zahedi said he could put no dollar figure on the agreement.
Minn., Chairman of Congress Joint Economic Committee groupto Airline industry sources said, however, Iran was paying $55
said Sunday the nation may face depression later this year million lor the con trolling interest in Intercontinental Hotels
unless strong economic measures are taken within 60 to 90 eye 3rd party and also lend the airline $250 million.

days. .
Humphreysaid administration's energy package is "ill. WASHINGTON I (UPI!) Expressing "incicasing' } doubt"
conceived, inadequate and inequitable" and ,charged that !the that they can continue to support either the I Rcpbulican or Bentsen candidacy seen
main culprit in the economy's "precipitous decline" is the Democratic parties conservatives rook the first step Sunday
Federal I Reserve Board.. toward creation of a third party to represent their views in
"'I he. Federal I Reserve Board is. in effect, promoting luture. elections. ( WASHINGTON (UPI!) Candidate's hat in hand Sen.
economic strangulation."Humphrey said."Unless the Federal The I 1975 Conservative Political Action Conference; after lloyd M. Bentsen steps up to the 1976 Presidential, ring
l Reserve! Board ,joins 'the team, unless it gets out of its ivory lour days of discussions and debate about forming a national Monday He is expected to give it a whirl.
lower. .this country is going into a depression." conservative party voted overwhelmingly to set up a I 13 The 54-year-old Texas Democrat scheduled a Washington
Humphrey who was interviewed on NBC's "Meet the member committee "to review and assess the current political news conference and then a flight to Houston lor a reception
Press:' gave dire warnings that immediate action is needed. situation and develop future opportunities." both without revealing his intentions. But he is all but certainto
"Unless we take some very concrete and effective actions The I resolution offering. hope ot a. third part came despite become the fifth announced candidate for the Democratic
and very quickly within the next 60 to 90 days. I think that we warnings from President I Ford that iheconscivuiocswou.J! .; only presidential nomination and with more than $1 million
would I be approaching, what you'd call the dimensions of a hurt their own and the I l'puhlicanlhill1'C'I; to "KCP the already collected for organizing and campaigning is ready to
depression," he said. White House in 1976 if they!split from the party. make a determined run lor it. .


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Independent Florida Alligator, Monday. February, 1975, Page 3
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a< 'Programs and people' focus \' :

of team evaluating UC moraleBy

JANET PARK what the procedure would be.
Alligator Staff WriterA BROWN AND HIS department chairpersons will be readyto
assist the committee he said.
three-man evaluation team will begin studying University Brown added that he and each UC department chairperson
College (UC) morale tomorrow by "looking at the people and have appointments with the committee.
the programs" according to UC Dean Bob Burton Brown. Dr. Gene Hemp, interim assistant vice president for
. The study was ordered by UF President Robert Q. Marston academic affairs, said $4.500 was allotted to pay the travelingand
after a survey showed 50 per cent of the faculty thought living expenses for the three men for their two days at'.UF.
morale at UC was poor. TIlE $1500 APIECE also covers the cost of the individual
DR. JAMES MCCAIN, president of Kansas State reports}? which will be prepared by each member of the
University; Dr. Eric Goldman Rollins Professor History at evaluation team.
6 Princeton University, and Dr. John Silber, Boston University Hemp was not available Sunday to comment'on when the
president, will spend today and Tuesday talking with facultyand reports will be released.
students. evaluation of UC by a faculty committee, which was
i "It's my understanding theY' can command anyone or released Thursday, shows 74 per cent of the' faculty members
anything they want," Brown said. "and the whole office of responding to the survey felt UC administration was "un
academic affairs is open to them." satisfactory" but ,morale was rated "satisfactory" to "good."
BOB BURTON BROWN Brown said faculty members have set up appointments with This is an improvement the fall survey where moralewas
. ..'they can command anyone or anything they want./ the three men and, other than that, he wasn't sure exactly rated "poor."

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LESLIE GOLAY Senate has to listen." 4
Alligator Staff Writer Martin said.."The leaders in the Senate are against the ,\ fig'k! ZJ
amendment and it's going to be one fight.. But it's ready to go
State Representatives Bill Andrews and Sidney Martin said in the House."
Thursday evening Florida stands a good. chance of ratifyingthe "I THINK SENATOR BUDDY MCKAY is paying attention y- .

Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) this year. to the women, he added. ;,. ifWJ
Martin and Andrews both supporters of the amendment, Faculty member Dr. Glenna Carr asked Andrews if it were
that guarantees freedom from sexual discrimination, spoke at possible for the legislature to provide salary equity adjustments '.'
a meeting of the Associaition for Women Faculty. tor women faculty members by setting aside separate appropriations '
Andrews said the ERA stands a chance because in the specially earmarked for this purpose.
House of Representatives "there are now 10.11 women in the Andrews said he supported the theory of equal pay, but the
legislature, the largest number (ever and) all the represen- universities must determine-its own inequities and the Boardof
tatives who voted against it last year have been defeated below Regents must administer the spending of any education
the Orlando line." money from the legislature. _
Concerning passage in the Senate, Andrews said "I think it According to Martin "our job is massive. We can't'
will pass the Senate if it ever gets. to the floor. If there is legislate money for salaries. We delegate money to an administrative *
enough pressure in the Senate then even the president of the agency to enforce. it." ,J M

JC open-admissions may change

By DEBBIE IBERT legislature cuts next year's budget for community colleges.
Alligator Staff Writer ADMISSIONS TO SANTA FE may be in tor some
"tightening up" with little changes. to curb enrollment,
Robertson said. This would include restricting the

Florida's community colleges may be forced to change their registration days and giving preference to students from this V
open-admissions policy by limiting enrollment and increasing district and 'state .
tuition next year if the legislature reduces budgets for the The college would not set a cut off score for accepting
colleges."I students, he continued.A .
see these possibilities as facts that wilt'occur," said Dr. recommended change in tuition rates would-also be a
Max King, chairman of the Presidents,Council and president limiting factor on enrollment King said due to a "substantial
of Brevard Community College. increase in the amount students would pay.. I -- '1
THE PRESIDENTS OF 28 state-funded community THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION would have to :: ;
colleges met in Orlando last Thursday discuss methods of approve a rate increase from $8-l to S8-S12 per credit hour .
coping with possible budget cuts which are expected due to a for in state students, and a $3 hike in the tuition: range for .

live per cent decline in expected state revenues. noa- residents.
"No one 'thinks we'll get any additional money." King Disadvantaged students will not be hit as hard by the increases -., _
commented "Nothing was said to allow any optimism." as moderate income students because they come
THE PRESIDENTS SUGGESTED limiting enrollment by under! federally funded programs. King said.
shortening the registration period giving top priority to area At the meeting the presidents set their priorities on where a M
applicants and raising the tuition range to meet the reduced the cuts would be made if need be.
budget. FIRST TO BE CUT WOULD BE new programs, continuing
Denying registration past certain. date or requiring all education courses and non-credit classes. Oc-
curtail I enrollment cupational would be the last to Robertson said. ,
applications to be sent in early would help programs go photo by John moron
King explained. Until the legislature allocates next yeartbudget. "we don't
SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE President Alan know what the real changes will be." he added. A lotto bull
Robertson said his open-admission policy will stand as long as The president.expect' to know what his budget allocation ,
the holds out will'be by May,.he said and until then "our plans. are left This experienced cattle-driver appears to have
"We'll money try to take everystudentwe, can 'within our funding hanging in the air." complete control of his vehicle, : as he signals for a right
framework," he said. "But we can't have more and more The possibility of decreased enrollment in community ,turrv. He and other 'professional cowboys from
students with less and less budget." colleges:comes at the same time the Board ,of Regents is throughout" the nation competed Friday, Saturday and
Robertson emphasized that all the suggestions proposed at considering cutting freshmen enrollment in state four-year Sunday at Citizen's Field in I a rodeo sponsored by the

the'' meeting were "very iffy" depending on whether the colleges -by.; .IS- -.'per, cent; next year Lion's' .Club.I'MVKRSITY. .

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I'P explores: new uses for: solar energy. I


ByTERRISALT .. mere}." farber said.
Alligator Staff Writer ..'. Using gasoline powered cars was another mistake Farber
Solar energy can easily be converted for .use*,in' d il{fife, .: mentioned.", "We art pushing to problem off until it becomes a bigger ,i& w
according to Dr. Erich A. Farber: director of ,UF's Solar problem. The longer you' push it off the more critical it
'Energy and Energy Conversion Laboratory.: ': .: becomes" Farber said. _
Farber disagrees with market analysts who believe solar Solar energy must be used eventually Farber said. v 9K; jd a
energy will produce less than one per cent of energy used,in "In the long run we have'no choice." f p RD'S
commercial buildings and homes during the next ten'years.'.
FARBER SAID THE ANALYSTS VIEW is a :Apolitical.not .
Nuclear lulls, including uranium and hydrogen, are not
one. :
endless, Farber said.
"These views are made by people who do not know
Solar energy is the only type of energy that cannot be used
about the Farber said.
anything subject ,
,he said.Farber .
"We have more than enough knowledge. We can do .'most up.
things today or tomorrow," Farber said. .; said he cannot predict,when solar energy will be
"MY PHILOSOPHY has been to show we can convert' solar" used more extensively because .it all depends on when the
'energy to all the form of energy we use in daily life." :*. political decisions are made.
Farber has helped to create solar water heaters, oven, "THERE ARE NO problems in converting solar energy "
refrigerators, swimming pool heaters, and air conditioners! at Farber said.Farber .
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Although enough knowledge is available to use solar energyin gave reasons why solar energy is not presently usedon
daily life the political decisions determine what:'a'ctuallywill a wider scale. None of these problems are involved with
be done Farber said. the actual conversion of solar energy.
LAWS REQUIRING THE USE of solar water heaters and Most people don't know, that solar energy can be used in
cars run by solar energy'could be passed. Farber said, but daily life, so ignorance is a problem Farber said.

added, "People resist change." "
ALTHOUGH THERE ARE manufacturers that carry it,
Manufacturers automobiles and electric and gas water available, Farber said.
!solar energy equipment is not readily
heaters would be affected. srl
Solar energy systems in the United States are custom-built,
"I'm not in favor'of throwing away electric and gas- DR. ERICH A. FARBER
making the initial cost higher.
operated equipment, he said. However, he added when they' However, there ,is no operating cost after the solar unit is .director of UPs solar energy lab
need to be replaced, solar powered ones should be installed.
installed, he added.
made the wrong decision in the past," Farber said. '* -
"We decided to use cheap Arab oil. Now we are at their

Prison symposium begins todayBy I

: I LINDA HAASE "We au }.,jomg to start off the program with the play to try
Alligator Staff Writer and evoke the same emotional response that was obtained
The Arts and Sciences Student Council will sponsor a from the prisoners when they saw it," Yarema said.
prison symposium today through Wednesday to promote "PRISONERS. NIGHT OUT" will be held Tuesday and
new low prices awareness of the plight of minority groups according to Heidi will include performances and discussions with inmates
I Roth, a member of the council. Irom Raiford who are artists, musicians, poets and writers.
Inmates will be brought to participate in the symposium on "The committee got the idea to bring lese) men, at least!
on Texas 'Tuesday but will not stay overnight.THE the (poets, when we saw poems that some of ,them wrote
SYMPOSIUM IS FIRST in the series of "Forgotten published f in the Gainesville Sun" Roth explained.!
InstrumentsCalculators Americans"which began this quarter. "We decided to begin "Discussion is scheduled to tollow and we hope it will be
the series with prisoners when we heard the experiences of the tin open discussion."
l people fromthc Arts and Science. Honor Court who went with I he symposium! will dOle! with the film "Deathwatch" at
Bacchus Productions on a tour of Florida prisons last 7..W: p.m. Wednesday in McCarthy Auditorium.
quarter," Roth explained.
Jeff Yarema. President of the council and a member of the
High Honor Court who went to Raiford said "It was so Road plan consideredCity
valuable an experience that it should be shared with others."
The program will begin with the play"Waiting for Godot"
.y tonight at 8 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom. This commissioners are scheduled to hear recom-
i is the same play that was performed by Bacchus Productionson mendations for additions to the five-year road program in

the prison tour.READER'S.. Gainesville when they meet Monday night.
City Manager B. Harold Farmer said the five-year road
REDRESSA program is updated each year.
Included in the recommendations are improvements to be
\ J photo of Dr. Erich Farber was accidentally run with a story made on NW 16th Avenue and NE 8th Avenue. There is alsoa
about electron microscopes on page six of Friday's Alligator. recommendation to upgrade the intersections and traffic
Farber was incorrectly identified at Dr. Paul Smith whose signals NW
Texas at 6th Street N. Main Street and other areas.
picture should have run with the article.
In other business, the city commission will vote on an
Instruments The I Alligator'regrets the error.
emergency.. ordinance concerning the water and sewage rates.


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I UF sex offense victims fight back I Ifrom


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on"Others them." Varnes are sadistic said. they get11eir :

satisfaction from seeing the shocked look on ,
your face.** "'
Because of this. Varnes said, commentingto 1 a
the flasher may give him,the response he
needs to satisfy his urge or may just make
him more insistent.

counts the following story of an indecent .
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exposure case: hM pa
A female UF student picked up a male + ''r'h

hitchhiker near campus.
The man after entering the car. repeatedlytold 4 v
the woman"1 can pull your hair if I want
to.**and "I I can hurt you if I want. to." r
The report stated the woman stopped the
vehicle at a campus traffic control. station to Ali
call UPD. '
proached another female student who. was
'studying in the shade of a tree. He also told 44r
her that he could hurt her if he wanted. 6. s .
The man exposed his sex organ to the
woman through a broken :zipper shortly
before UPD officers arrived and arrested him.
Katy Smiley a volunteer at the Rape Crisis
Center said women victimized by
exhibitionists are usually "scared or grossed A ,.

,. .
out."A lot of women. feel it's not that big a deal.
They just say 'How gross or how stupid"*

Smiley said.WHILE "
THE VICTIM of the molester or
exposer might not be in'actual physical -
photo by.rf< ertrln
danger a number of victims "feel a man
might try to go farther.,* Smiley said. for female! they've been hurt or humiliated rapist's goals. R you've got going foryou," Varnes said.
Vipperman gave the following account of by them." "RAPE MAKES THE VICTIM' feel SHE SAID A WOMAN "might have to
an investigation of a series of rope molestingson FOR THIS REASON, Varnes said awomln..io powerless helpless like she's been robbed of take a lot of things she doesn't like" but once'
campus: finds herself in possible physical her innermost self., Smiley said. she 'finds herself the victim of a physical
UPD had received several: reports of a danger when; confronted by an attacker Varnes said the key to not becoming a rape assault she must wait for an opportunity to
young male jumping out from. behind. bushes should first try to talk her way oat of it. victim: was to avoid situations which make a escape. _
and fondling women. "Bu TUt him like a person,* Varnes said. woman vulnerable to attack. Varnes added that self-defense courses may
The victims who reported being attacked by' Treating.him with contempt may only irritatehis "If you've done everything to avoid the. not always give a woman a, way out if at
the man were unable to describe him becausehe dislike for women she said. situation but still find yourself confronted" tacked. "You have to evaluate what you're
wore a red motorcycle helmet with a Varnes said a rapist is often as frightened Varnes said a woman "must evaluate the willing to do" Varnes said referring to some
tinted face shield. The strange, thing is." as his victim in a face-to-face confrootatioa. situation." of the more drastic measures such as
Vipperman said "he didn't ride a motor "An a&erthre female can scare the attacker "You have to remember you've only got one eye gouging taught by some. self-defense
cycle.** off." she''said.Varnes' blow.The element surprise is the only thing courses.
THE MAN WAS APPREHENDED when tiled the testimony of a convicted
he approached a woman on Sorority Row. rapist who. in spite of his large size and .
The woman had been given a rope made of muscufar .build carried a knife wben attempting
braided plastic with metal wgven. in the end of : an attack on a woran.VARNES. .
it for protection. .SAID THE RAPIST, wieldinghis I
Vipperman said UPD officers who arrivedon knife. approached a woman and ordered Gregory to speak at gym
the scene found the red helmet split and her to;:remove her clothes but dropped the
the face shield shattered and bloody.The man weapon -and! ran when the woman replied
was found near Little Hall bleeding' from the "Big'manr' :you're going to have to use that Comedian Dick Gregory provides the Problems," is part. of'the Accent '75 series.
head with two black eyes. knife.*" / finishing touch for UFs Black History Week Gregory's' appearance is also partially
"If he hadn't been wearing the.helmet, the Varnes. said. "Psychologists and with a free lecture Tuesday night at 8:30 in sponsored by the Institute of Black Culture I
blows would have killed him.. Vipperman sociologists agree on one point. Sex is incidental the Florida Gym. and the Black Student Union.
said. to the crime." His speech entitled "Social or Anti-Social
A number of psychological variables causea "The raPist: steals from the victim the rightto
sex criminal to commit his ads Varnes say.yes "or no." in an effort to exercise
said. : power over-his, victim. Varnes said. Student aid sessions set I
Varnes said sex offenders. "have a dislike Smiley:_agreed with Varnes evaluation of a

...:: The Office for Student Financial Affairs Sessions will be held at University
0 '. .' will. financial aid information
.. sponsor Methodist Church and Student Center 1320
PIRG, sessions Monday and Wednesday to acquaint W. University Ave. Monday at'7 p.m. in the I
.. students with deadlines for applying for lounge and in Graham area on Wednesday at
.. ..' different forms of financial aid. 7 p.m. in the recreation room.

(from page one} last time.- and 'now "this year there are 15.000 Agriculture available'IThe I
o signatures get., Marietta said.FLORIDA scholarship
"It is not considered a bill against them if STATE UNIVERSITY -
they don't want. to donate." Marrieta said. Honda Atlantic University and University of College of
Agriculture will be taking The winning. freshman will be sent for) two
"If the student doesn't
want to donate all Miamijtave already! declared PIRG valid on applications for the Danforth Summer Youth
he has to do.is mark "no" and he would not their campuses and New College has an officein Leadership Training Scholarship.: weeks Foundation this summer to the Amiercan
Leadership Training Camp.
be charged: : operation: Marietta said. The
scholarship: is available to 1,
an out- Applications be until May
can picked
"UNDER THIS SYSTEM, if 25 cent up
per Marietta.said: she had been trying to talk I standig UF freshman majoring in at 1001 McCarty Hall.
didn't donate then we (PIRG) would be Agriculture.
with President Robert Q. Marston about the
defunct. If 25 per cent don't supPort us. then .
petition, but his secretary told her that itdoesn't
the students don't want us. Marietta ex
plained. concern him. Asian Studies I IThe
"Ths BOR assumed that our petition would this She week.said.she will try to talk with him again names visiting prof I

be valid at the time they passed this bill. 1 jUSm't \,. ."*} if.. UF Asian Studies
fc .1 ft uff Program has PPY
\: 'ohderstahd ,,'ht,"the administration: : PIRG is nation-wide 'all-student consumer t Dr. V.S. Nanane apPointed His "Philosophies of India" course (
sputtinjtf'roadblocks iff our way.'f activist group which handles% projectsdealing religion and philosophy as for visiting professorof 309 or RN 381)) will meet Monday.. Wed'
Marietta said. with banking surveys truth in lending 1975. spring quarter nesday and Friday second period.
"We*.don't have the manpower to run policies. set and race discrimination, and Narvane
another 'petition signing campaign. It took tenants rights. and other projects to protect University of taught Allahabad philosophy in India at the "Modern IndianTnought"$ (PPY 409 or RN
and has second
403)) will meet and Thursday
114 workers Smooths to get 12.000 signatures the consumer. lectured around the world.. Tuesday
and third periods.hpo .

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I oooooc The Independent Florida Alligator,Monday, Febrvary 17. 1975,Pago 7

BACCHUS PRODUCTIONS UF to appeal injunction 1

I _
Waiting Godot I
By KAREN MEYER UF law student Judy Collins tiled suit.
i Monday Feb.17 8.00pm: Union Ballroom Alligator Staff Writer TilE SUIT CONTENDS the Honor Court
proceedings come under Florida's Govern-
'Presented by the Arts and Sciences Student Council UF will appeal the temporary injunction ment-in-the-Sunshine Law and should be
that halted closed Honor Court hearings open to the public.
(free admission) I within the week UF President Robert Q. Honor Court officials maintain they are
10. Marston said Sunday. bound by a Board of Regents policy and the
__ w ..J Circuit Court Judge K.A. Green issued the UF student body constitution to assure the
injunction Feb. 7 and extended it Feb. 11. confidentiality 'of students accused of
after the Gainesville Sun. The Alligator and \iolating the Honor Code.
NING: Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin said this weekendhe
believes the Honor Court proceedings
INC: would fall under the Sunshine Law. '
MUD ,EVERY: : week: : "Our office really hasn't taken a look at
: this, but offhand 1 would say since the Honor
JULES VERNE BANDAll Court really makes recommendations to the
administration for the purposes of some typeof

\ we: DEER: : OR wine: YOU discipline it would serve in an advisory
CARE: TO DRINK capacity and come under the Sunshine Law."

I. Every MON 8-10 Shevin SHEVIN said SAID HE had ruled that the

to' : Council of Deans at the University of South
Guys $2.00 Girls FREE Florida must hold its meetings in public and
the same principles would seem to apply in
the Honor Court case.
A hearing has been scheduled before Greenin
about 30 days to determine whether or not
JaclttonviltoCtKMrofNrktKinej t, Goimmillt the Honor Court proceedings must be open
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UF Attorney Tom Biggs said UF will take
ATTY. GEN. ROBERT SHEVIN the temporary ban to the First District.Court
.hearings should be open of Appeals in Tallahassee.

I Prof still waits for money ''I

Now order by Mail

Six days have passed and UF Professor A letter which would explain the award in
NEW' CASIO[ SCIENTIFIC' I [ CALCULATOR Howard T. Odum and his brother Eugene stilldon't detail was promised in the telegram.
know how, or even why they won After Saturday's mail was delivered, Odum
62000. still hadn't received the toreign I letter but he.
I A telegram congratulating the Odums on had received a second telegram, again
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recent soapbox proclamations of UF President

Robert Q. Marston and others concerning the

effect open hearings would have on the Honor


Marston lamented the other day that he wishes

the test of whether UF is a state agency and as
such is covered by the Government-in-thc-

Sunshine Law "had not come in an area that so "

much damage could be done./"The "area"Marston .' ,
spoke of was the Honor Court. : -S

Likewise, Vice President for Student Affairs Art V,',; i it.

Sandeen and Dean for Student Services Tom t. '.

Goodale smugly assure that open hearings will

spell the end of an effective Honor Court.

None of these men support their emotional "QEE.THANKS ALOT.*

rhetoric with a shred of fact.,

So just to clear the air-or at least cool it off a

bit-we offer the following: Well that's inflation for YOU

Fact. Back in 1972 the Honor Court tried a .
UF student on charges of running a term paper
. He had had a long hard day fighting'Congress when the
operation. The case ,was open to the public, and President settled back into the barger chair weary and waiting
was highly publicized by The Alligator and other for his haircut and headshine.

news media, including radio station WGGG. The Rather than using a modern hair stylist who would alwaysbe [ TONY ARNADE ]

Honor Court was fully able to adjudicate the case, taking off for or just arriving from, London President Ford
had hired Truman's old barber, old-fashion
personal, an
and needless to say, exists to this day.
scissor clipper who snapped his, tongue as much as his
Fact. The strongest argument secrecy ad- scissors. has to make tax cuts and start sending more welfare aid into
vocates have mustered is that will the hands of the unemployed. And when non-working
open hearings "Well good day Mr. Ford, the barber started as he pushedthe people
discourage witnesses from appearing. But the President deeper into the seat and extracted lead dust have money they spend it immediately because they see no

Honor Court has subpoena powers to compel the from Ford's mouth. "Looks like you've been biting the bullet future and have no reason'to save." Just look at the movies."
pretty hard. What's the matter.the economy ain't.running too "Well that's inflation for you.
students to testify. It also has ..
powers well?" "No'that.s recession because when times are tough and

that allow it to assess penalty hours against "To be honest and open about it, yes. People just won't buy people can't face up to the hardship of reality they attempt to
students who don't obey its subpoenas. cars from Detroit anymore." the President answered. escape through imagi ary:world of the cinema. And they do it
'. Fact. While overnight the preservation of the "Well that's a recession for you." by the millions."

70-year-old honor system has become a holy cause "NO THATS inflation. The automobile has been over- "Well that's recession for you.'' .

for Tigert Hall, a 16-member task force has been priced beyond the range of the consumer's purchasing "NO THAT'S inflation because people are 'demanding
power." more gas to get downtown: they buy more movie candy with
studying the viability of the Honor Court's con, sugar in it, and they pump enormous amounts of money into

tinued existence. The task force, comprised of parking meters. Demand tor parking space alone has gottenso

students and faculty, is headed by UF law high the government is seriously thinking of installing a

professor Michael Gordon., But we heard 'nary a ( ,SATIRE J J"Well meter that only accepts paper bills."
"Well that's inflation '
word from Marston about the task force study for you/
"No '
that's recession because the people spending all of the
before the current legal hassle arose.A money.don't hold jobs and later they won't have anything to
few weeks ago the Miami Herald sent reporter that's inflation for you. spend on essential items like Monte Carlo's, color T.V.'s. and
Al Burt up to Gainesville to report on UFs honor "No that's recession. The consumers'purchasing power is pre-season football tickets." .

system. When Burt attended UF 25 years ago he down marginally because off many government consumers, aid."are unemployed' and living "Well that's" a recession for you."
"NO'THAT'S inflation because of what the law
was a member of the Honor Court. "Well that's a recession for regardless
you. of supply and demand prices will continue to rise what
In headlined "UF Honor Code An "NO THAT'S inflation.Most of the says
a long story : unemployment are out with all the
price fixing going on between the huge multinational
Anachronism?," Burt writes: "The Honor Court of jobs because current high prices on raw materials that conglomerates that have risen above the state of the
task force has not given its report yet but the many companies couldn't afford. They had to make sacrifices nation's economy." .

opinion forms quickly here that the old traditional off somewhere numbers in order of to cut back on" expenditures so they laid "Well Mr. Ford," snapped the barber. "That's about it.
huge employees. Five dollars for the hair cut'and dollars for the shine."
honor system will not work today. "Well that's inflation for twenty
"Without change the prospects are that it, will ,"No that's recession because with the silent majority out of "Twenty-five 'dollarsl! That's outrageous. You've raised
your prices faster than the Democrats raise the air at their
simply fade away," Burt reports. work it'll mean less money around for the consumer to pump convenes. Haven't you heard about my voluntary controls.
Marston plucked nostalgic heartstrings the into the economy and get it going "again." Your. supporting Inflation.". .
"Well that's recession for
other his service the honor a you. '*1\0 THAT'S recession. All thehairsplitters
day by recalling on "NO THAT'S inflation because that the my spare money goes to
court of Virginia Military Institute. The VMI ,. means government union.to support unemployed barbers.." ,

honor court publicly disciplined students found

guilty of cheating, and Marston recalled he was The
"appalled" by the "traumatic experience" the David Smith T.ni Wood

publicity was for the students. Edltor-ln-chlef Managing Editor j
What Marston neglects to say is that apparentlythe Alligator
VMI honor court was perfectly, able to Gil GHUUCCKBj .

FUNCTION in the open, that is, it caught and David Weto Donna Brygmon Brian jonet

punished cheaters. I News Editor layout Editor loyoct Editor .

PresidentMarston has every right to take to the IlA. "Tony"K.ndzior..a: .., .. ..
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soapbox. And we ,don't mind 'him spending James V.Cook'..:.......-....,.........;....... ........4....Aarsant General 1 Manager Manager Published by 1
Mrs. Ev.lyn"lt ..,,..i.
of dollars of .
thousands state, money trying to prove .;. '_'-Administrative( Assistant
Ann.Malphurs. .. ., .. ..... Communications Ino.
UF is not a state and so is not covered by t..i.t..f.*.. .. ooeeper Campus
agency C. Roy Shipp .1'??...,, ... ..,. .
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the Independent Florida Alligator! Monday,ftbrwary 17, l7$,Pag 9

I ,: ;,: Circle K backing more than Coliseum 4"" I

EDITOR I would like to respond to Mark Sutton's article If Mark had taken the time to call or to stop by our office, speeches other cultural and aesthetic events. It would give the
about Circle K and Basketball Coliseum Night. When I first he would have found out that Circle K is service. We're a campus and community something to look forward to. I know
read the article it really shocked me not so much for what he great band of students-close: informal, enthusiasticwhohave that there are more considerations than purely. economic
said but for the way in which he said it, the obvious malice. I decided that apathy is our enemy. ones like school spirit. But I also realize that economics is the

decided 'that to write a reply ,would probably be a We're not immune to pessimism, but we try }to do biggest.' So Circle K is not pushing the coliseum; we're i
mistake..surely the students could tell immaturity when something about it. We're concerned with society's problems, definitely backing it though.But .
they read it. and ills; and our motto is "Challenge to Action." I feel our Circle K is also backing a lot of other things: Multiple :
BUT SEVERAL people came and talked to me, and'became I club here at UF exemplifies this motto. Sclerosis fund raising environmental concerns Sunland i
aware that Mr. Sutton's article had quite an effect. SURE, WE'RE baccing the construction of a .multipurpose projects; Lancaster Youth Development projects, blood
People agreed with his pessimistic attitude, which is their mass seating facility or coliseum. Frankly, I think pressure project blood donation drive voter registration
right,of course; I, too, feel there is quite a bit to be pessimistic it's a great idea. There would be a lot of jobs created, and a lot drive movies on the plaza, speakers on the plaza Special ;
about in this very day and age. But beyond that, I feel a lot of of money filtering through the community due to this.It Olympics, high school key-clubbers, hospitalized children iay
students got a very wrong impression of the University of would provide the universityith a stronger, more unified care centers, old age concerns, occasional disaster victims
Florida Circle K Cub. And the reason for this letter is to tell sports program, second to lone in the SEC. It would provide a banners floats. Whew! And we even have time to answer
'I( Mark Sutton and others just what Circle K is. place for entertainment-large rock groups concerts, ,plays articles in The Alligator. And we're all volunteer.I .

I ENJOY being in Circle K. .no. I love it. I've made lot
of friends but more than that I've been able to do somethingabout

Lack of honor wldesoread apathy. This Basketball Coliseum Night at the Rat is
just another way for us to say we care. It shows our support for
I the basketball team, and for the mass seating facility itself.
II I With enough student support, even this recession will not
EDITOR It is a shame indeed. Cheating in the of It found in Business
: College was "mass" amounts at. the- College of stand in our way. But if you think this is a bad project then
Business Administration. The most upsetting thing of all is Administration.
come to us and suggest something else. We are trying to help
that people 'tave gained the same academic standing through But let's refrain from branding this college or the majorityof the community in any way we can. and our minds are open.
'I cheating .hose who have studied regularly and spent ap- honorable students who go there as the blacksheep of the Ed Knadle

prehensive .ays preparing for tests. told, when we all know that if you listen close enough there is Board Member. Circle K yi]
But what is now coming out of this mess is even more of a a little "Baa-ing" going on in every college in this University.
shame, paralleled so much in recent times. Michael Schwank 4AG

What I am upset about now is, because such wide scale
cheating occurred and was found in the College of Business I
Rent increases
Administration, everyone is sitting back and pointing fingersat .
that College and particularly the people who go there in a
"Holier than thou",fashion. The Independent EDITOR Thank you for your electricity costs and "general .
I know students in the College of Business Administration, recent editorial ,on the maintenance.'* In, Diamond
their academic standing and how they worked to get it-hard. Florida AlligatorDoug proposed rent increases for Village alone the proposed
I also know that in just about every class I have taken since the students at the Universityof increases will.. be more than
attending the University of Florida (and before). I have (Mai Ron Cunningham Florida. It was one of the $12,000. :
witnessed some degree of cheating from zoology to Entertainment Editor Awociato Editor most worthwhile articles I I ask The Alligator and all
economics. have seen in The Alligator in concerned student groups to .

agricultural The lack honor.a( word which seems fast fading from the G.org.Kochom Jr. some time.. not !let these increases be

American vocabulary),is widespread. By this I mean it is Photo Editor Only one thing bothered imposed upon us until they

present in every section of the University.. Gt.g Form: Mind I Kwmon. me about it though. You are fully explained and
never seemed to mention that justified. if possible.As .
Sports Editor Ant. N.wi Editor
\ J students living in married The Alligator pointed
housing will be paying this out. this will he the third'rent
rent increase also. increase in: two years and the
I Why should we be dishonest ? As Chairman of the Mayor's Council does not .
Mayor's Council I have think that housing can justify
written and sent a 'letter to this increase.. .
EDITOR We have recently deavors. the knowledge gained A PERSONAL cognizanceis. Vice President for Student Dennis F. Nebel
been made aware of a 5)) Because grades are through our essays. I'm afraid the only Affairs Carl Sandeen urging Chairman Mayor's Council
cheating ring on campus. Not relative we should not feel 6)) Our system. even allowsus solution to our problem. It is him to hold open hearings
only does this ruin our-image badly when a lower grade is to be "forgiven" when we only when this is achieved. between Student Affairs,
as a Flagship University butit bestowed upon us. Rememberthat achieve poorly. Why then is that the desire to be dishonest Student. Housing :and all

questions ,the integrity of we arc concerned: with cheating I'I"Cessary1 will be, repelled. interested student groups Shock andoutrage .
every student here. Being a Michael A. Pyles 2UC before implementing any
Flagship University would increases without fully explaining -

suggest to the public that.this exactly what these
increases will be used to
is the leader' stateuniversities
and among has within it" ADVICE & DISSENT cover. EDITOR I was shocked and

administrators faculty So far. we have been told outraged to hear on this

members, and students of they (the increases) will cover morning's news a quote byUF's .
College of Business
highest caliber. Out student ... ., Dean Robert Unzilotti to the
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body reflects the intellegencia "t. 1... "\if rf i ; ,
effect that, the students involved -
of the world at large.
AJ.1. in the cheating scandal
in his college: were simply
interest all of
paramount to ,
good businessmen trying to'
us. However, shouldn't it be ,
maximize profits by. selling
more important how we '
final exams.
,' .
obtained those grades : ,
'\ : ; As a graduate of the .
Hopefully will survive this -
we .
College of Business Administration
crisis. I sincerely believe that ,,\ t .
I am deeply
: it'every student would consider .; ; offended by the cheating -
; the following, cheating -t.
. and even more so by
would be a thing of the'past: Dr. Lanzilotti's cavalier I
I 1)) We are here to absorb 'as
attitude toward the situation.To .
" much information as possible. my mind it is as much the
I ;F 2)) Grades are relative
job of the college to instill a
differentials and are only a firm code of ethics in its
, means .by which a scale of
students as it is to teach the
, comparison may be derived. technical aspects of the
3)) College is a place wheree 0i curriculum.In .

. are equipped with i his tenure with the
knowledge and information to, University'of Florida Dr.
I be applied in our lives. ,Our Lanzilotti has demonstrated a t
life should be' geared to remarkable facility for t

1 personal satisfaction first putting his foot in his mouth.

and secondly we ,should But this time he has gone a
i always consider our step further. Over and above

I fellow man the obvious poor taste. of his
4)) ONE'S LIFE isn't comment, he has I ,, given us
fabricated in :college but insight into' the ethical atmosphere -

contrarily it is placed in a of his college,which .

cosmic perspect \'c. We have ,suddenly makes the cheating
'to divest this material concurrently a little more understanding.

with the appropriate Jay Herrington
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.I.Iec:: .z.: Krystal 1432 W. UNIV. AVE. come to GATOR BEVERAGES, to choose from at ISIS SW 13 ST. 1& % offany
41........... 2003 SW 13th St. Open 10 am to .
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I see ':: Take-out have It delivered. plaster item with this coupon o_r UF ID
::: v.:' For something new In a dinner Enjoy our food (and beer or Feb.
eee 17. 3Pla8teJtGalleI'J2
I FIGHTER restaurant try the pub In the wine) any way you want. 377-
UNIVERSITY INN, 1901 SW 13th. 6510.
Phone 3726333.
KRYSTAL KING The Sunshine Juice Bar 1228 I I
I 99* i West Univ. 376-2139 serving II I IMF
Visit Big Daddy's "Where You'reNever homemade soups salad sandwiches 1208 N.Main Gainesville Shopping Center
I LARGE COKE WIth Coupon Alone." Three locations: juices smoothies and 10.10;Sat 10-6;Sun 1.6
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"A'COOFv INTERVENTION SERVIC FOR SALE FOR SALEfor Need a'friend to share a ;i 1 e $

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L 376-4444 Bongo, excellent condition, I year old sale-sr-1l! calculator, six month old,
HOOP 378-2788 (A-3t.82.P) perfect condition, 60.3780124 dove
RECEIVER FISHER 400 tubes mutt loll (A-2T-82-P) .
1.e1 CMdr q, good condition 30 RMS per channel$8 o 68' PLMOUTH BARRACUDA hcell.nt'
or belt offer call lorry 372-5205 (A-4T- Condition New tires, brakes Must tell MICHAEL GEISONis
82-P) $850 or Make offer 373-4662 (A-5T-82), ,
P PI N.W, rr* St .
.r WHOLESALE still the
king size waterbed with team ,
Top Of The Coll 372-5205
World And w Beef 'n Cheese ( ) padding and frame $40. motor cycle 'smith's' most
helmet for sale brand new never worn
No Way "'69 Chevy Von, 6 cyl $350,00 Current $25,00 (a-4t.80-p) 378.5437
STEVE MCQUEEN tog t inspection ticker,runs See at 2121 :skilled\ voqi and
PAUL NEWMAN NW 57th terrace, or call 376.5145." (A-
5T 82.P) WELL CRAFT 16' Airslot. w 140 hp Mer.
oasr during cruiter.Still under warranty,less than 25 yoqa tencherLEARN ,. .
BEt! Boxer Puppies AKC 6 weeks Wormed hrs running Mutt....Call 3783365. (a-
Sss dwlcA February. Shall Call 373-7663 after 6 pm. (A-3T. 1 Ot-75-p)
82-P) FROM
21' holiday trailer with cabana fully
tmilh-corona "electro 120" electric furnished many estrat $2000 or best f
typerwriter $115 377-8328 after 6 pm offer lot 17 glynwood pork call 376-8217
dove (A5T-BO-P. L) ._ ___ (A.5T-79) THE BEST..
1972 dodge challenger air condition
ERY MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET 26'standard boy's bike like new basket power steering running good good
fenders english tires$20 377.9951 (J- mileage 340 engine call 372-8249
3T-81-P) student asking $2200 (o-5l-80-p) 378-9609
5:30-7:30: : "PICK YOUR FAVORITE"

- Selection of flavor baked pizza I

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$1.59 C" ..
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fGenerator MIKE'S FOR SALE FOR RENTFemale FOR RENTsublet
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AIec" ". Bookstore. Pipes HOMIHUN.

Tobacco Shop Sanyo auto-reverse car cassette stereoor roomate wanted French Quarter r bedroom Of*. :3 block'from, We help you find a('>home$: ,.
Service quod 3 months use with' 2 speakers S5625 o month. '* utilities, poolslde.' comput 135..mo.()( furnished call 3734579 con ,mobile home,or
Ibowntowl coll of|377-9568 will /Install cheap. (o-5t- Call 378-58S3 and ask for Joan. (b-3t-83- ask for Tom. Immediate occupancy. apartment
the !
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83-p) p) (B-4T-79-P)
Alternators-Starters- Sot 6-6 r
Dacar SCUBA gear. 71.2 cu. In.tank with
-Gen.ratorsForeipn tingle hoM balanced '1st Stage regulator 2 Female Roommates wonted forpool'lide OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE
t air pressure gauge used only 5 limes French Quarter Apt. 56.25 + '.
Car $715 call 376-0629 (a-St-M-p) tutlitles each call 373-9155 (b-St-BO-p) JOa .., BRIDGES II

197)) Vespo 'I23cc good condition, 4000 Female own rm 2-bd dupl pets ok
ServicePh. miles ideal'for school or around town up central h-oc.87.$) -rH utll,50 dep see 404 SW 4th Ave.
& 4rCUSTOM to 100 miles per gal Ion of gas sacrifice julie 2120 e unlv. Oft No. b5e0.Need : n '377-oTCO
.. Open 7 Days til 7:00
378-4011 for $25000 herb 376-055 (o-lt-83-p) scySt.. q'r' +xax 4; rs, x
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I Female far Qtr. 2 Bdrm.
Spring t
Yamaha FG 200 Accoustic Guitar brand w
508 N.W. 8th Av.. new fantastic buy $145 00 w- COM 1002 opt., 2 bath. Brandywine 2811 SW
Archer Rd. moth. No
NW 39th Ave at I 10th St best to comeafter $6793 deposits.
373 S1
22 W. Un|v. Ave. |* Near 373-2685 (b-3t-M-p '
campus ) _
>> 5 leave a IIOle2It3p( ) T- -
sublet 2 unfurn S blk from campusOW
for sole brand new fM 8 track car stereo
$60 also DYN AM FM 8 track BSR turn AC.Garb. Oisp. etc. $177 mo Grod SUNFLOWER
Students Call 392-2198 373- : .
only. :
Roy or
table with speakers good $50 deal colt
extra 0575 (b-7t-82.p)
yyy 373-6209 (a--B3-p) HEALTH FOODS
I ,bedroom in 2 bent duplex all
30 watt stereo amplifier in perfect
facilities fireplace 62.50 month ,1.3uNUties
condition./ Must sell! Coll John at 373- Hoffman I WldrHI
call 373- 677 liberal (b-2t-82-p)
v80 (Qlt-83-p) t
magazinecomes Sublease I bdrm opt.,130 me.. 100 dep.or Pro Products
AKC Blk lab Ret Male 4 mo old$100 CoIl
female hove own room 65 mo., 50
372-8095 after 6 pm Needs room to run Nature! Vitamins Mlnorotbr .
dep. :373-7237 after 4:00: or anytimewkends.Nb2t
(A-3T-82-P) ( -<2-p)_ ., H rbt. ,Dairy Products
.out next 6kc Irish setter puppies Canadian stock '
shots and wormed both parents sublet'k>.g. I br furnished apt $150 mo Books,. Cosm>Hcs
; some utilities paid pets ok available
available call
gregory 377-5325 to see-reasonably or 472-3050 priced immediately Feb rent free call 373-8715) i.......Mck Swtdvt. .

(B-5T-C1.P' ) 7 W**, UftfewnNf. .Arr.O.wniown, .

Friday, 2-4way custom 12-12 bulk turntable speak.i.superblOundduol with new m- 2 Bdr studio house on thickly wooded 2 I,CeJneevllle. Borlde Phone S7I It7I

91ed cartlge-8-lrrack recorder with 770 acres, large workshop A greenhouse.east .
minutes blank tope-must sell best offer of 31st.On archer rd. bike path to
377-9939 anytime (A-4T-83-P) campus March I $220 mo. 372-5135 ((8.
February 22'i. AM FM Stereo Multiplex Receiver 5T-82-P)
Turntable and tape with speakers Excellent Female roommate wonted to share :3 pY /1rMospHERF
Condition Must Sell call Ray 373- bdr. apartment at Kings Geek $88.00 a .l")
2763 I.A-5T-82-P) month and ,1-3 utilities, call sher or

AKC St. Bernards 3 moles, 3 females, 6 ondreo 378-2077 (B-5T-8I-P)_ Impoeted'D..r.tvi..lnlvne RJD hM uncht.etinnar"
watch for it wks old, vet checked 468-1512 (a-51-82-. 1 bedroom furnished opt. available to {QWr t. otM mrptvaAl Inw.'lre6.
P) sublease immediatly 160 per month:3782759 -

GRADUATION liquidation One Camper ((8-3T-81-P' )_ SNurrd3uRcRWtIstVKnrdis
--- Trailer Color,TV, Complete Scott Sound N.w's.Zcls orl9 "" \NISNIRu
r. System, Much more 378-7270 Ask for BEER
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CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN 372.2818 or 377-4434 (o-St-82-p) :,

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CLASSIFICATION: r .35 ; II Newberry, Fla.

$75 per month No lease. Cozy cottage *
for sale t : I; '" I extra large bdrt, air, t fully
for i" equipped kitchen large yard for kids A
I wonted rent 8" I pets Open((2114)7 days' ) 377-6992 r INSTITUTEof BLACK CULTURE'

I help wonted :: I $85 Utilities Poidl) Cozy opt. In quiet
autos Ut area. Neat, clean rooms with heat

I personal) .. r r r rr I carpets lease! ,((11275)'drapes, and appliances No ACCENT 75 and

lost A found i Open 9om-8 pm 377-6972
I .ervks :r I 24 acres No lease $25 deposit air. heat,
carpets, drapes low, rent ((2125))
1 I Open 7 days 377-6992 BLACK STUDENT UNION
Fireplace No lease) large bdrms. den

1 DATS TO RUN: t [ I air((1308)heat.) large yard, kids ft pets OKII ,

day Open om-Bpm 377-6992 present -
days NW section spacious home close to
campus Ideal for students' or family Air,
3 days 10 percent r- rr 9- I Seat, appliances, washer. Pets ok low
E 4 days discount rentll Call today ((21312))
| S days or more. r rr-r r ii"I United Real Estate Atsoc.l)3NE16Ave. '
mm 20 percent discount f N I Open 9om-8pm 377-6992 3 /

This form may be. used to f" r Female' roommate wanted for two ,
t I place classified ads either in CD 'I bedroom landmark Apt. $50.50 mo. +
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four lines. For each additional r C r "0 mo + 's utl mobil city No.253 373-8388
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Tennessee tonight in AlleyUFdropscloseonetoWarEagleS" : "h' : '; '" -



By tremendously BUT LOTZ nor his
Alligator in the un assistants will have long to ,
conduct of ponder the defeat as powerful
manager," said Tennessee will come into
controversial after the Alligator Alley tonight at 7:30: ? L_ .
brilliant : had no right to be lor a battle with the now II. v ,
UK and I think we deserved a 12 overall and 7-6 in theconteience _
Saturday ( and we just didn't Gators. '
the War' Tennessee played its best t
disputed ,SAID TilE Gators )game this season Saturday -
the Gators. was supposed to go night, upsetting fifth-ranked
With Caldwell or Mike Kentucky 103.98.Tennessee's N x -
remaining but it seemed ,that game plan 4 f _
,) the Gators knew exactly what centers around their two ., .
Gator were trying to do. superstars, freshman sensation Fa
also alluded to goal Bernard King and g '"" w
on that last play. !sophomore Ernie. Grunfeld.. 3.-
think I'm blind "They like Grunfeld and '. '
I someone hanging on King to hold the ball about 80 N'
when he (Caldwell) percent of the time," said a c
final shot," Lotz Gator assistant coach Terry a +
Truax. "'I hey play a patient
contested /game! lone defense and then wait r :*
approval of the 6,272 for you to take the game to '
tans in the War them'so they can start a fast 4, r
spacious coliseum as break on you."
desperately tried The Gators dropped an
of the game in earlier !season game to the -J .
half but neither Volunteers in Knoxville 54-'
could muster more 51 as Truax said "We just
three-point'lead. didn't shoot well enough or F M
first half fast play good enough defense to ,
M # Johnson carried win."
load as he pumped Tennessee is the pnly teamin
to lead the War the conference Lotz has
been unable to upend in his photo by chip hires
Gators had an two seasons at UF and with
half hero of their the sour taste still in his
freshman center mouth from Auburn, a s victory i scored 10 points on Saturday .
pumped in 10 over Tennessee would .
keep the Gators probably go a long ways. to
eventually send .removing it.:
kins."I'm the locker room
by only six 4438.
Gators came ouf
i in the second halt'. SEC has come of age
the first live points
battling their
the lead 56-55 with
1 II 1 minutes left in but officiating has notIt's

I THERE the game -
almost so sad you'vegot
!shootout as both
on gallantly until. The to laugh.Southeastern ANDY COHEN

u Conference has been
last time the Gators
lead was at 75-74 saying all season long thatthey've OPINION
: left in the game. finally moved up in
43 seconds left caliber to that of the battle plan and tipped off literally hanging on the
I'' guard Wayne Bracey, Atlantic Coast Conferenceand the War Eagles. Sure that rim while the officials were
led and made both the Pacific Eight. could. have made a difference standing there watching.But .
1 his one and one at: BUT ISN'T itI/ !shame in the final out why no goaltendingcall
,; give Auburn its final that Southeastern Con IOn1but it was only nine ? I know, they had to
and set up the Icrence officials are giving !seconds out of 40 minutes. 'catch a plane.
closing minute a first class conference ON MORE THAN one But that can't be-
high !school performance. occasion in that game especially in a conferenceas
A perfect example ,was both officials great as ours-or: could
THE dif- the Saturday fiasco in simultaneously made it? .
in the' game was Auburn, Ala. Both totally different calls and A lot of the blame has togo
statistics as Auburn Auburn and UF played almost had to flip a coin to to the officials them'
per cent of its shots like decide which
champions. Theyplayed decision !.selves.
to the Gators 38.2
solid defense !stuck. BUT' 'IT SEEMS that
worked lor ,the good shot But' neither coach Bob the coaches have the power,
UF missed and even got so Davis of Auburn nor John to do something ,about it I
crucial foul !shots cmotronally involved' a Lotof UF complained all .and they're j just sitting
them in the long sm.i'l brawl almost broke' about the officiating. around: accepting it. .
A nut. Probably because it"wasn't 'The Auburn
h it was Jiruincl'byt' # bad ,aJ it.'H.'OuldrhaYo" ,
Johnsoniplyyctr4\, :: y qt 1[ qs vatattro'phe, shouldn't be
JD rrtl>>.. ( ) game. 'Lotz': said. two very inconsistent*** een-but''that's absurd forgotten, ;, 'Instead it
,lit UF,' I think we did a gentlemen clad in striped' because shouldn't be' should be used'as an
'The 6 shirts- had, at all.When of
stopping him in the example the ,inept
schools I've got to give Let's forget about that Norman Caldwell officiating in the SEC.
,In the all the credit in the closing situation vhereAuburn's took his. final, shot"'at the It really is almost so
asking UPf for' hangings in student manager bu/vcr. many observerssaw 'sad-you've got to laugh.
a Darrri Daw' so hard to take.* allegedly overheard ,UFs a ,War Eagle player Ha.



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STREIT'S "Independent Florida Alligator Monday,February 17, 1975.Page 15


00 IUTDeht Baseball season, nears 'I


. 1 DAY SERVICE ? B> MARK JOHNSON combined for a .sh*.inni'ng, plagued infield Bowden was, and seventh innings as St
. FRANCHISED Alligator Sports WriterIf tour-hit shut-out in Satur playing his first game at third Johns came from behind to
. ALL ACCESSORIES day's first game.In base in weeks after filling in win 52. UPs only runs came ,
CALL 377-RIKE anyone had any 32 innings on the at second for John Cortese, on Bill Finney's two-run
questions as to the ability of, mound UF pitchers gave up who was out with fifth-inning homer.
this year's UF baseball team 13 earned runs on 26 hits for a mononucleosis., Cortese The Gators took advantageof
J \\\I//\ /?1---- before watching the five 3.66 team ERA returned to the lineup 10 walks and only five hits ,
- exhibition games they played The Gator offense- Saturday, singling in three at to gain a split of the twin bill, .
Printing, Inc. :-:...- last Thursday and Saturday, considered to be the team's bats in the second game. (}.3. ,
Renaissance then those questions are strongest area-came back "I'm feeling a lot better J.B. Caldwell's run-scoring
-offers- probably still very much in from a miserable 10 for 47 than I have in the past couple triple broke a scoreless tie and :
FAST OFFSET PRINTING the air. performance against St. Johnsto weeks," he said. "I. was just a opened the floodgates for .
from any camera ready copy \. The Gators split two seven rack up 20 hits in 63 at bats little weak because I lost a three more tallies as the
inning contests against St. lor a ,.317 team batting little weight, and I'll have to Gators shut-out FJC 4-0 in
200 copies 1* Johns River Junior College average against FJC. put it back on. But othuwise. Saturday's first game. .
'$3.95or Thursday before taking two of And on the base paths, the I t feel like I'm ready to go." After Tim Qarza's two-run,
for only three six-inning affairs team combined for seven "We've! been having too fourth-inning double spiced
1000 copiesfor against Florida Junior College.: stolen bases, including three many lapses on defense," FJC's victory in the second
(FJC) on Saturday. by speed demon Joel Murrie. assistant coach Walker Swain game, UF'took advantage of
$9.95. There was a mixture of The bad news is that the admitted. "All that will do is David Rassell's three-run
most orders. :' 6 good and bad news as the team made 12 errors in 32 get you to.500. and that won't homer 'to win the rubber 1
Same day service on \ Gators finished off their final innings on the field. Fresh- get you very far" game, 5.4."The .
Copies as low as r exhibition games in .man shortstop Roger Holt, "We're heading in the right biggest thing .I've got !
W. UniverSity/ AVI -i preparation for Friday's Perry while making some excellent direction" he said. "What to say is ,that I think we're
1631 hir 312.1436 Field opener against Stetson. fielding plays and some big. we've got to work on, though !showing progress.and that's
,in.sits I R'enaissance First, the good news: league throws from deep in the is consistency." what we're looking for. That's "
Wilkie Smith and John hole was responsible for threeof In Thursday's first game, the reason we play these '
Chappell two veteran pitchers the miscues.A freshman Mike McCarthywas games." he said. "1 still think
expected to lead a fresh. victim of the recent bombed for three earned we're going to have a good
man-dominated i staff juggling act in the injury-- runs on four hits in the sixth ball club thi,year"




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I- sports action at UFThe '. .Alto' ,;horses ranted 20. for ml.by sal.the So. 511347 Hr.ofCaincsvillt .

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UF women's golf team took first place honors in the Freshman Bonnie Broyles led the Lady Gators winning the !.
University of Arizona Invitational Friday. 100 butterfly ((1:015): ; ), the 50 freestyle ((25.8)) and the 200
At the end of the 36-hole tournament UF and Arizona State freestyle ((2:04.1)). Broyles then joined with,teammates: Dianne
were tied for the four-play team title with a 620. Using the Soden. Carole Goerke and Sue Stone to win the 400 freestyle A "GOLDEN OLDIE"1
fifth player's score to determine the winner,.Florida's 782 five. relay honors with a 3:49.8 time. I
player total was ten strokes better than ASU could muster" at Gator coach Sue Halfacre said she was pleased with UF's 5- WRISTWATCH AND YOU'LLBE
792. I season "But I think we are'meeted' out. No really out
GATORS DONNA MORTON and Elaine Hand shared standing times were turned in, but it is the end of our dual THE STAR OF THE PARTY
second place honors with a two-day total of 150. ASU's Julie meet season and we did win!" i
lead and carded 71-77-148 will their last home Amazing Star's eyes move :
Stanger hung onto her first day's a The Lady Gator basketball play game
for the individual title. today at 4 p.m. in the alley against FSU. from sIde to side UttlY It $1Q *OC*
60 tImes minute
LF sophomore Nancy White shot an 8078.158, with a
teammates Kriss Rucinski and Nancy Feifarek both at 162. Gable's back and you've got him! Or Groucho.. or Bogart... I
two-day totals. or W.C. Fields.;'or Chaplin .or Betty 'loop! The perfect
The Lady Gators also copped the two-player honors with a gift for old movie fans or just for fun! Wear one and watch '
300 total, with ASU right behind at 302. Cage ticketsOnly the conversation you start when your friends see how the .;
"I AM really proud of them," said a happy Lady Gator eyes move back and forth. Watch face in eye-catching color.
coach Mimi Ryan. "I guess the West now realizes that -the Swiss movement guarantees accurate time keeping. Unbreakable
South has arrived," she laughed. a few student tickets remain tor tonight's clash mainspring.Shock resistant. Hamilton finish case.Quincy ,
Ryan said that using all five players to determine the team between Tennessee and Florida in Alligator Alley. leather band.Money back guarantee.Order now!Only$19.95HUMPHREY i
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TilE UF women's swimming team easily took an 80-51 win tickets today at Gate 13. Florida Field between'9 a.m. and 3 t
in a dual meet with the University of South Florida here p.m. Tickets not sold today will go' on sale at the Gym Box f! ,I
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r 'County cuts programs no tax rise I V ,:1

By DOUG HATCH because their funding comes from money raised by bond
Alligator Staff Writer issues. CLARK GABLE GROUCHO
"We will be holding the budget (in line until around July" ,
Alachua County Commissioners have decided to cut county Turlington said. "Then around August or September we will ,'-. ;
programs rather than raise taxes to meet rising budget cost. start consolidating those programs which offer duplicating '
County Administrator Howard Weston told the commissioners services."
Thursday that they would be forced 'to cut the Employes working in those programs which are con
programs, raise taxes or find some other funding sources for solidated or eliminated will be transferred to other departments j
next year's budget. probably through "normal attrition" or replacement of '
The county's budgetary or fiscal year ends officially June 30 employes, Turlington said. 1 ;
when the next year begins. .
Weston said he doubted that any other funds could be
tound due to the current economic situation.
PROPERTY TAXES, the chief source of revenue for the Funeral services todayfor BOGART W.C. FIELDS
county,would'have to be raised more than 2 millsor more
than $2.00 per $1,000 of property evaluation, to continue
running county programs at their current levels and give, engineering profDr.
employes a cost of living raise Weston said.
Commissioner Ed Turlington said the county would hold.
this fiscal year's budget in line to prevent overspending. e'isr
Capital outlay projects may be delayed as much as two Theodore S. George, a former UF electrical engineering
years in order to prevent deficit financing in this year's professor, died Saturday in Alachua General Hospital from a ;
budget, which is banned by Florida law Turlington said. rare form of cancer.
CAPITAL OUTLAY PROJECTS include such programsas Funeral services for the professor will be held today at 4
\ street repair and construction, building construction and p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. 106 SW 3 St. in
renovation and construction. Gainesville."He i
But not all capital outlay programs will be ..affected.t was an outstanding person and teacher a very goodman
Turlington said. The Alachua County Adult Detention ," Dr. Eugene Chenette chairman of the electrical
\ .: Facility and the Alachua County Judicial.Center will be built engineering department, said.
J.. Although ill health forced George to resign last quarter the tlld.D GOLDEN OLDIE" TEE SHIRTS
IFC Vice President professor remained "active up until the very end" Chenette, Colorful faces of stars printed on high quality cotton tee
said. Only last year George was graduate coordinator, he shirt to match watch faces. Only $4,95 each. Order as
added. many of each star as you like; indicate size: Small, Me.
elected to region postBruce Chenette and three faculty members from his department dium or Large.
will be honorary pall bearers at George's funeral Monday
afternoon. He will be buried in Evergreen Cemetery at 401 SE
O'Donoghue. currently the administrative vice 21 Ave.
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