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Abortion conviction may cause local anxietyBy


RENA EPSTEIN think now doctors: will not perform abortions in later mon womb. The jury ruled that the fetus was "alive" after being
Alligator Staff Writer ths. removed by ,Edelin. '
However. Dr. Ike Ganey, chief of obstetrics and gynecologyat However. Fletcher Balwin.. UF law professor, said the
Gainesville doctors may be apprehensive about performing Alachua General Hospital, said the conviction would not Edelin case "has no precedential value anywhere."
abortions in the later stages of pregnancy after the manslaughter 'have any effect on doctors performing abortions. ACCORDING TO BALDWIN, a higher court must rule on
conviction Saturday of a Boston obstetrician for the Ganey, who performs abortions on women up to the 12th the case: and interpret the state's power to regulate abortion in i
death of a 20-24 week old fetus in a legal abortion. week of pregnancy,said he would have done the same thing the third trimester
According to Dr. Richard B. Shaara, director of the UF Edelin did. Baldwin added that he did not'know of any law in Florida
Student Health Service, the conviction of Dr. Kenneth Edelin "I WAS SURPRISED HE WAS CONVICTED because it which requires doctors to make special efforts to keep
"will bring anxiety among doctors performing abortions." was a legal abortion. Even if he had delivered the fetus, it aborted fetuses alive.
LOIS O'MALLEY, A MEMBER of the Right-to-Life antiabortion probably would not have lived," he said. But Betsy David, director of the Gainesville Women's
group, said the verdict will have greater effects. Dr. Edelin was convicted of killing the fetus by failing to (See 'Abortion, sixteen)
"Most,abortions are performed for social convenience and 1 1r administer resuscitation after removing the fetus from the page

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Proposal to raise tuition announcedBy


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BRIAN JONES the present'S37 a credit hour tor out-of-state the cost of education" UF President. RobertQ.
Alligator Layout Editor students, junior and senior ,level courses Marston said.MARSTON .
would be upped to $52 a credit hour and SAID FEES SHOULD be
TALLAHASSEE A new tuition plan graduate courses would be raised from $40.50 raised only if the "dollar crunch" becomes so
which would raise undergraduate fees more a credit hour to $61 a credit hour for non severe that the legislature won't provide ,
than 10 per cent) and graduate fees more than residents. adequate funds.for the universities next: year.
20 per cent was unveiled Monday.Presiden'ts The biggest single increase for next year James Robinson, the new president of the
of Florida's state universities, would be a 25 per cent hike for students in University of West Florida in Pensacola,
however, were nearly unanimous in their medical programs. Tuition for students opposed the plan with the argument that it
opposition to the plan, which was submittedto working toward the M.D., dentistry and would be unfair to increase student fees at a
them by the Board of Regents staff. veterinary degrees would be $338 a quarter, time when state support for the universities is y 1 i iphoto
AMONG" THE SWEEPING CHANGES up from the present $271. lessening.
proposed in the new fee plan is a long-range The proposal, drawn up by State "How do you charge students more,"
requirement for students to pay 30 per cent of University System Chancellor Robert Mautz Robinson argued. "when you are offering
the cost of state higher education. and other regents staffers, now goes before them less?"
Students paid about 24 per cent of the cost the regents finance committee. Florida State University President Stanley
of their university education this year, with THE FINANCE COMMITTEE WILL Marshall said neighboring states may not be
the Florida Legislature and private sources hold public hearings on the fee plan in the raising tuition despite the recession, and for
providing the remaining 76 per cent. near future but a date has not yet been set Florida to significantly raise fees might encourage
Under the proposal, freshman and Mautz said. state residents to go elsewhere for
sophomore level courses would cost $14 a "' The university presidents, who did not takea higher education.
credit hour; junior and senior level. $15 a formal vote on the proposal. were united in Regent finance committee memmer
credit hour; and all graduate courses $20 a their discontent with the plan as it presently Marshall Harris, former chairman of the hires
chip
redit hour. stands. Florida House appropriations committee, by
ALTHOUGH FRESHMAN AND "If we must raise fees I don't agree with said last month the legislature probably will MARSTON, MARSHALL
SOPHOMORE level courses would remain at the philosophy of students bearing, more of raise tuition when it meets in April. don't I ike plan

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Alligator Staff Writer Under Florida statutes, any subpoenaed
witness who implicates himself becomes
Honor Court Atty. Gen. Paul Marmish immune to prosecution the statement said.
Monday froze all further investigations into "THE SITUATION has left the investigation -
k cheating in the College of Business Ad- in an untenable position of simpleand
ministration. complete paralysis." Marmish said in the
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Marmli-h! said in 9 prepared statement that statement.
he is "faced with no alternative other than The only alternative to a confidential investigation -
freezing the investigation." is a study of irregular grade,
THE INVESTIGATION will not continue progressions in the business college and an r
until next quarter"pending the resolution of analysis of the course registrations. of suspect
the merits 'of the current 'Sunshine' case" students, he said."Obviously .
Marmish said. this momentous task is far ..
Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green issued an more prone to error and far more 'time-
injunction two weeks ago temporarily halting, consuming" the staff statement said.A .
trAw. secret honor court proceedings until it is 60-DAY STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
m decided if UF Honor Court is subject to on honor code violations may have already
Florida's Government in the Sunshine Law. passed for students who ,cheated on fall
Freen said the injunction was filed about.3 midterm 'exams. ,
p.m., Friday afternoon. Honor Court Chancellor Robert Harris said
photo by andy newman UF ATTORNEY TOM BIGGS said he the Board of Masters will rule on the statute's
would file' an appeal aainst the injunctionwith applicability to cheating offenses on Wed-
,j The fastest stock cars in America were lined up, the First District Court of Appeals in nesday. -'
: t get tuned"up rind ready to go last weekend at Daytona Tallahassee by today. Marmish said since cheating is a type of
i Speedway where thousands fumed out to see Marmish sajd his investigation was basedon fraud,the 60-day period might begin with the
precision speed-and lightning-bolt, flaming the ability'to. ensure the confidentiality of discovery of a 'violation l and not with Hs
set crashes-In the traditional event. See 'more photos, testimony. The power to compel a.witness to '
k \ page four. testify through a'subpoena "is not a viable See 'freeze,' page three)

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in red (UPI) Congress' view of gasoline
rationing has changed from the only way to solve the
energy shortage to something only to be done in an

$52 millionDETROIT emergency.This is now. rather close to President Ford's position,
which is the nation would have rationing only "over my
Administration spokesmen later said
(UPI)-The Chrysler Corp., hardest hit by the dead body. that
U.S. auto industry's worst postwar sales slump, reported means only in an emergency.
to session, few
in this Congressional a members
Monday that it lost$73.5 million in the fourth quarter of 1974 Earlier of
and finished the year $52 million in the red-the worst Congress considered coupon rationing of (gasoline the
performance in the company's 50-year history. only way to solve energy and economic problems quickly,
reduce fuel use and cut out some expensive foreign oil.
The financial setbacks by Chrysler were the latest indications ration "
of the severity of the industry's slump. General "Rationing has sort of petered out said: a staff member
Motors reported a 60 per cent drop in profits in 1914 to $950 .whose senator once sponsored a mandatory rationing bill.
million while American Motors reported a$5.6 million loss in "Nobody is really seriously talking about mandatory
the final three months of 1974. rationing any more," said an aide to Rep. Jim Wright D-
Chrysler sales in 1974 dropped less than 6 per cent, from a gas Tex..head of a House Democratic Task Force on Energy.

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per cent below the $3.4 billion the previous year. The $73 U. S. faces squeezeWASHINGTON
million loss ($1.30 a share) compared with $74.4. million
profit ($1.38 a share) in 1973.Georgia. (UPIThe United States government, June 30 when the t 1975 fiscal year expires. The Senate has yet
blessed with a quarter trillion dollar budget, is facing one of to act. The administration wants the celing raised to $604
Senate its periodic cash squeezes. billion which it says would give enough borrowing elbow room
Unless Congress acts quickly to boost the ceiling on the to last through June 30. 1976.
national debt the Treasury will be hard-pressed to pay its
nixes ERAATLANTA bills-which include government payrolls, social security
checks and unemployment benefits. Arms treaty talks begin
,(UPI) The Georgia Senate voted emphatically The problem occurs roughly once a year and this time,
against ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment zero-hour is Tuesday. That's when the ever-expanding LONDON (UPI) Secretary of State Henry A. Kissingerand
Monday, responding to heavy lobbying by women opposed to national debt will surpass $495 billion, the "temporary" limit Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko split Mondayover
it and warnings of Supreme Court tampering with state laws. set by Congress last year. how to reach Middle East peace. But they began workon
"We have the most gracious and beautiful ladies in the Unless Congress agrees to a higher ceiling, the governmentwill the next strategic arms treaty betwQen the United States
south,"said Sen. Hugh Gillis of Soperton, opponent of the have to suspend its many money-raising activities. This and Russia.In .
ERA. "Let's show the nation that we respect our ladies." would raise havoc with millions of workers, pensioners'and the talks Sunday night and Monday in Geneva
The 33-22 vote.marked the second straight year Georgiahas companies who depend on checks from Uncle Sam for Kissinger put forward for the first time the American
turned down the ERA, a 1972. act of Congress already financial survival, proposals for carrying out the next stage of limiting nuclear
ratified in 34'states.. The House already has approved a $351 billion ceiling for arms.




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I. Non-renewal threatens hundreds of UFfaculty. I I8y


KAREN MEYERAIlIgStor REGENTS: LEGAL COUNSEL. Charles employes would be"substantially reduced" or dropped as an alternative.
Staff Writer Miner told the university presidents they must "wiped out, according to Mautz. "There is .nothing to gain from further
:TALLAHASSEE Some 200 to 400 UF .stick by the March.1 deadline even if just to THE REGENTS WILL DEAL WITH a reduction of freshmen to. the universities" .
faculty members may be receiving say the notification of,nonrenewal. is tentative possible IS per cent ceiling reduction for said Mautz. r
nonrenewal-of-contract: notices March' 1. and may be,withdrawn. entering freshmen at their March 10 meeting The current limit on entering freshmen at \
pending the governor's budget appropriations UF President Robert Q. Marston said but Mautz said he will recommend it be UF. imposed by the regents, is 2900.
for the coming'year. persons contracted t for employment through
The Council of Presidents of Florida's nine July .1 I will not be laid ,off before their contracts -
state universities heard a presentation from .expire. .
the Board of'Regents staff Monday on the Mautz said he,and, Marston ,met with Lt. UC probe 7s= confidentialThe ; I
financial dilemma facing the State University Gov. Jim Williams last week to request an
System. additional $1.23 million of incidental funds
STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM be released to help the universities met this evaluation of University College by a Monday the committee, consisting of Dr.
Chancellor Robert Mautz warned, "We year's b-idget cutback.IF team of educators drawn from outside Florida James McCain, president of Kansas State
cannot guarantee this year's earnings before THE LEGISLATURE last spring had will be conducted in closed meetings.Dr. University; Dr, John Silber president of
next year's budget cuts." more accurately anticipated the increases in Gene Hemp, interim assistant to the Boston University; and Dr. Eric Goldman
Mautz said the governor's budget for 1975- enrollment systemwide this'year they would vice president for academic affairs, said the Rollins Professor of History at Princeton
1976 will be out within two weeks and have appropriated that additional amount, meetings will be closed due to a Board of University, met with Bryan. Hemp. UC
universities will then know what commitments Mautz said.Williams. Regents' policy protecting the confidentialityof administrators and representatives of the two
can be made.A was sympathetic, said Mautz but matters concerning personnel evaluations.The committees that conducted UC morale in-
regents policy requires that faculty he said other state agencies had similar final report of the committee to Dr. vestigations.The .
employed for less than one year who mightnot situations and had also asked for relief. Robert Bryan, interim vice president for
have contracts renewed must be notifiedby Williams said Governor Askew's 5 to 5.2 academic affairs, to' be given this' afternoon, first investigation by the University "
March I. per cent salary Increase' ordered for state may be: public according to Hugh Cun- Senate indicated a majority of UC' faculty
ningham, UF public information officer. were dissatisfied with college morale and .
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morning by Hemp Cunningham 'said. order,the evaluation. "
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Comedian Dick Gregory's appearance at .
UF tonight will'mark the conclusion of nine t Sulman a UF student, drowned Bradford County'deputies were called to the '
days of activities for UF's Black History Sunday in a boating mishap on Santa Fe Lakeih scene Sunday at 2 p.m. and the body was i
Week. .) Bradford County according to the Chief recovered 100 feet from shore at 3:50 p.m.
.Gregory's l lecture, "Social or' Anti-Social ,Deputy of the Bradford County Sheriffs Sulman was originally from Orlando according
Problems" is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. in the Department. Robert Green. to Phyllis Meek, associate dean for

Florida Gym. + ,.,. Sulman and a 'companion, Darrel student services.
THE FREE LECTURE is part of the Baumstein, also of Gainesville were fishing Sulman returned to UF at the beginning of
Accent '75 series of visiting speakers and is from a canoe about 200 feet from shore when the winter quarter after leaving school for .
partially sponsored by the Institute Black 'the boat capsized Green said. several quarters Meek said. Sulman was '
Culture and the Black Student Union. GREEN SAID Sulman told Baumstein he :classified. 1UC at the time of his departure.
Gregory began his career as a comedian in was cold and going to try to swim to shore. The lake is located between Keystone
1961 and gained' fame as an entertainer DICK GREGORY According to a sheriffs office report. Heights and Melrose west of state road 21.

before becoming Involved in humanitariancauses. .,Comedian and activist
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illustrations of his commitment to Gregory.said.Gregory 'Freeze' I
humanitarian causes' was his two year fast has been imprisoned several times.In ... ,
protesting. the Vietnam War. 1965 he served a 45-day sentence becauseof ,
IN 1970 Gregory went on a 71 day fastto, his daily demonstrations protesting
dramatize the drug problem in America. segregation in the. Chicago public school (from page one) The statement said the staff regrets the
Gregory fasted because he was offended by system. commission,' as .is stated in the student body decision to freeze the investigation."The .
the practice of punishing drug users, rather ,.Gregory officially entered the political ring constitution. injustice of this result penalizes not
,than drug providers, who he thought were the when he ran for ,mayor of Chicago as an THE UF CONSTITUTION states if only the guilty, but also the innocent honest
real'criminals. ,independent'writ -ln candidate.' In 1968 he charges are not filed within_ 60 days 'of-an student' who deserves to have' this u Investigation
"I will never be able to understand how a sought the presidency of the United States as honor code violation 'a student is immune borne out as quickly and comprehensively
nine year old kid always seems to be able to, .an independent.write-in candidate. from prosecution. as possible" he said.

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Crazy James Allison. UF's new affirmative action

1.25 coordinator, defined his principal job as .
"helping people understand that, it (affirmative
ANY SANDWICH action) is not a quota system just f L h: r gq.v .
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coordinator.
WITH ANY PIZZA7P.M.10P.M.
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Action Advisory Council and the
Association for Women Faculty (AWF)
ANY DAY 1.00Jf Monday asking the members to define his
role as they saw it.
'.,.iJ" .'.' JACKIE HART, affirmative action officer
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uniformity in the selection of college affirmative
FEB. 28 action officers might be needed. and presented to Hanson, who
Officers were selected in each department Trueblood said had expressed an interest in
and,college. In some cases, the dean is the examining some cases.
officer; ,in ,others, the dean's secretary. No RESULTS OF THIS PRESENTATIONmight
Open, 'til 4 M 1515 SW 13th St. specific positions were used in the selection. show' if the system of choosing affirmative
Felicity Trueblood, Latin American Studies action officers was equitable, according
Center affirmative action officer said at the to'TruebloockPossible
AWF meeting that in some cases women were -> inequity might be proved if
Ilil I 1- afraid to use the discrimination grievance departmental or college officers were shownto
When only the beat will procedure.IN deter their employes and faculty from filing
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action officer was the assistant dean, or Reasons for this deterrence would includethe

.. someone in a similar position, she said, officer being in charge of writing the
'- women faculty members needed a good job employe's reference letter.
'. : : reference from the officers and refused to go ALLISON ALSO ASKED the advisory
Your through the grievance procedure against committee to prepare a report of all the work
, them, she said. they've done since September.
"They'd be dealing with the same people Committee members agreed to this
that shot them down originally" Trueblood proposal and chairman Dr. Harry Shaw said
Symbol Of Success. I said.Allison July 1 would be the target date for its com
said he felt some cases should be pletion.


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DEBBIE IBERT the accreditation policy and voted to give the
Alligator Staff Writer class "S" grades because the professor had
not evaluated each student on his work.
Law students who took "Introduction to Stitt got "very very very few votes
Legal Systems" during the 1974 fall quarter sustaining his position," said Dr. E. L. Roy
have received "S" grades instead of the 'B's"' Hunt, associated dean in the College of Law.
originally submitted by the instructor of the When course grades were first submittedlast
course. year they were impounded by Dean Julin,
After a year of controversy, law school who questioned the validity of the evaluation
faculty members decided at a meeting last process.
Friday to assign the "satisfactory" marks The matter was then referred to the facultyof
because "the B's did not reflect the evaluation the law school. In the meantime, studentswere
students by the professor" Dean Joseph R. given "N" marks (no grade assigned).
r Julin explained. SINCE THE "N" MARK also meant no
PROF. STEPHEN STITT, who taught the credit for the class would be given, the faculty
first-year law course last year, could not be ,decided last Friday to change the mark to
reached for comment Monday afternoon. "S"-which gives' credit but no grade.
The grade controversy arose when Stitt The year's delay was used to "reach an
Selection allowed the students to evaluate each other. accord.between the individual professor and
Finest Quality..Largest The grades, approved by the professor were what. I perceive to be administration:' policy"
all B's. Julin said. Also, Stitt was on leave this past
Guaranteed Stitt's grading system, however conflictedwith fall quarter which slowed the grading
Fully accreditation standards set for the law' decision.
school by the American Bar Association. Julin stressed that grade stratificationacertain
Available i Now For All Classes There is "no question the standards require number of specific, letter gradeswasnot
faculty members to evaluate work done in the issue.,
courses for credit." Julin said. "IF IT SO HAPPENS that all the gradesare

Perfectly Fitted by Pr fess na'Jewele'rs "THEY DO NOT ALLOW a student the same according to the professor's
'. evaluation of the students' own work," JulinLaid. evaluation, then those are the grades given"
., he said.. '
Vhi ; :: ,..,. : :' :'d t.' In The Alligator on Jan. 10, J 1974. Stitt The grade change is "not a matter of
'.. i' ,J or. 'I':'"'" offered a three-point'argument in defense of academic freedom., in Hunt's opinion. "It
:'" :,1" the student-controlled grading,system. First. had nothing to do with the substance of the
he said grades still provided an academic course or the, way it was taught." ,
I incentive. Julin said he felt the American Bar
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Second, the class knows best how grades Association policy in no way "threatened
KuLheHloruLb JetuelV t should be) meted out. he said. And third, academic freedom or innovative courses in the
P because of student input'the system offered a College. of Law. ,
IN TIM GAM4ISVIUI MALL
learning experience to the,class. "The only stipulation,is that the,professor
| BUT AT FRIDAY'S, MEETING, approximately performs his responsibility of evaluating the
....... I I 40:faculty members sided with students' work."
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Invasion. iT::


Louis Gidel is having problems with

foreigners-big problems that seem to grow worse _

every day.A .
%, director of the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service(INS) in Miami it is Gidel's

job to root out and deport the estimated 100,000 .5 I.k I

illegal Florida.immigrants now living and working in tirr


According to the INS, 75,000 illegal immigrantsare h"%.
residing in Dade and Broward counties alone, '!"" "" 'i*'' ; ):it
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with the remaining numbers scattered throughout ,; "' :} ,
the citrus and farming regions of north and central II. \, "'''N<.\',$f'i" ". ',

Florida. Until now Alachua County has been ,, 'I
faced with no big immigrant hassles, but Gidel '. '\4 .

warns that the situation will worsen as his office

continues to crack down and the job seekers head I'

north.

While the flow of illegal aliens! has grown from a

trickle to a torrent, the manpower and budget of

the INS have expanded very little. For instance, "CHARGEDAminf

the INS border patrol which accounts for most of

the apprehensions has grown in numbers by less

than 20 per cent in the last 14 years while their Caligula Citizen Kane

apprehensions have increased by 2,000 per cent ,

Nationwide last year the INS seized 800,000 Someone reading my column over the past few yean might HE REALIZED that Pres. Lon Nol of Cambodia might bea
illegal aliens 10 times number caught just a have gotten the impression that I see no redeeming feature in bit upset during the American bombing of his country.
decade ago. Gidel points out there are'probably as government at all. Amin did his best to cheer him up with a cable blaming the
many as five million aliens who continue to hold TILTS ISNT" true. I would agree with H.L Mencken who
often observed that governments were frequently the best
jobs .
illegally.Not
entertainment in town.
all of these are jobs that are unwanted by Mencken used to concentrate on the charms of' our r BRIAN DONERLY ]
legal residents. A spot check of 8,000 illegal democracies. But I'm sure that he would have admitted that

immigrants arrested, in Los Angeles last summer dictatorships also have their moments in the sun.
showed that hearly half were working in heavy Take for example. the Congolese dictator who announced
that one of his rivals had been poisoned while trying to
industry jobs that paid $4.50 to $6 an hour. escape. bombing on Nixon's personal troubles.
Of an the dictators in the world in recent none has
INS arresteda years After all, reasoned Big Daddy what with Watergate and
Just last week in Miami investigators
put on a good show as consistently as Idi Amin of Uganda.
all Nixon probably didn't realize what the American
Venezuelan who had been working as a con Since one of my eccentricities: is Amin-watching. I'd like to even
planes were doing to Cambodia. However to make sure that
struction foreman for $20,000 a year. share a few of his better escapades with you.
Nixon did find
out. Amin sent him a duplicate of the cable.
The real cost of illegal aliens to American AMIN'S FONDNESS foe his foreign minister, Elizabeth "*ldi Amin is now branching out as an adviser to liberation
taxpayers and the naiional economy is impossibleto Bagaya. Princess of Toro.was well known. Big Daddy, as he is movements. He has come up with an approach that even
measure. Besides the billions of dollars in known has always kept a dose watch on her. He was able to Yasir Arafat hasn't used.
wages earned here and sent out of the country In his burning desire to free people oppressed by the United
there is the problem of unpaid taxes and the cost Kingdom. Big Daddy has'notified Queen Elizabeth that he
would like appointments with the leaders of the Welsh
of social services like food stamps that aliens find [ OPINIONgive J Scottish and Northern Irish liberation movements.HE .

easy to come by. WOULD also like to talk to the "non-citizen Asians of
But the biggest burden is carried by our own British nationality that I booted out,of this country: in Sep-

unemployed who are displaced in the job market her the ministry: when her predecessor was found tember miss them.1972." He wants to tell them the Uganda does not

r by aliens. With national unemployment.now over inexplicably floating in a crocodile-infcsted river.
Amin has apparently taken note of the state of Britain'seconomy.
the 8 per cent mark there are about 7.5 million Apparently however. aU did not go smoothly between He wants the Queen to make sure that there will bea
Americans who would like a shot at the jobs now President and foreign minister. She was fired summarily "steady and reliable supply of essential commodities":
because she "made love to an unknown European in a toilet"at
held available.
by illegal immigrants. Orly Airport in Paris.
Unfortunately they may never find these jobs Big Daddy has discovered the way to fight inflation. He has We may be able to see all this some day. A French film
since there is currently no law prohibiting employers businessmen taken out and flogged when they charge high maker has put" together a documentary on Amin. According to
"Newsweek "Amin dances wins
the accordion and a
plays
from hiring those who sneak into the U.S. prices.
swimming meet by barreling across the lane markers in the
Think of
to work. the simple beauty of this plan. It cuts through all "
pool-kinking every hapless competitor in his
those needless way.
U.S. Senators Richard Stone and Lawton Chiles arguments 'about cost-push versus demand. It shows Amin
pull. Chicago school Austrian leading a mock attack on the Golan Heights.
should take note of legislation now pending in the fiscal. versus monetary policy versus Needless to say he is victorious ("And Big Daddy thus wins
the day".)
Senate that could ease part of the problem with Why hasn't Pres. Ford thought of h? THE FILM'S introduction is of Idi
as good a summary
illegal workers. One cannot ignore Big Daddy as a power on the global Amin as any I've ever, heard: "He is Caligula and Citizen
Already passed by the House HR 982. the scene either., Kane rolled into one."

Rodino Bill would impose heavy fines upon

employers who knowingly hire illegal aliens. The --- .
bill is similar to legislation, passed in California 1

and Conneticut. but found unconstitutional on The Independent David I Smith Tent WoodManaging
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the grounds that only the federal government can Cditot.n-chif| Editor .
make laws concerning immigrants. In the short FloridaAlligator

time: the laws were in effect however. INS officials .
claim there was a noticeable movement of illegal Gil Gmtc6

immigrants away from the two states.If IP David. l\I"n. Donna Brugmon Brian,Jon**
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The 'lndpndnt Florida Alligator,Tuesday, February II Ins,Fag 7 '


New College speaks .up . ; :i


EDITOR This letter .is in response to your will J receive a major share of his education
editorial of January 27 1975 entitled "Lean because of generous people who make gifts :-, rr'" ; 'jfor .
Season." We have just received of :: .. ..
a copy the specifically for that purpose. All costs of the A } : .
editorial which accourts for the delay in New College educational program above the : ,

responding.YOU normal State University System funding,.are I'"
WERE very perceptive about the to be raised by the New College Foundation .: .m..: .,
details of the arrangement that will see New Board of ,
Trustees, in order to make theCollege's "' ; .!
College become a of the State \ : ::. '
part University distinctive program available to U'U 'U ,>>t, '.
System on July 1. Your readers though may students in the future. "'I'( ::; .

be confused about some of the Inferences that What you try to make out as a short-run ..',,;:......,
you draw concerning the appropriated funds expense to the State is actually both a short .\ :

for the acquisition of the New College campus run and long-run savings for students and for ',' '.' ". ....,I
and the cost to the State for students to attend the State, both of whom can take advantageof \ .:\ """'U i:
New College after July 1. what you call "an exquisite experiment in 0" <;
You probably understand although! your higher education".at no added cost above the ..'.' '. "
readers may not that the S3.037.000 ap- initial purchase price which Has been readily 1,1 .: ;' .;. ".:! ,
propriated by the Legislature in J 1974 for the acknowledged to be a bargain. :..., :

campus acquisition came from general funds WHAT YOU might have pointed out to ,. -.....
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and not from the State University System your readers is that what has been added to :', '; .".". ,. "II

funds. What the Legislature did by that the State University System is an ex ,. .
measure, was to purchase for S3037.000 land traordinary educational opportunity, for ";
and buildings that have a book value of in students available at the same cost as in any
excess of $8 million and which provide an other part of the University System of this TIIA T'S WRIGHT
excellent location for a university regional State. _
center and which are contiguous on three Your readers mighfbe interested in'what
sides with the Ringling Museum of ,Art, Dr. Robert A. Gddwin. President Ford's
creating a 200-acre educational and cultural special consultant said recently on a visit to
center. The Legislature, at the behest of State the New College campus: 'The novel
Representative Robert M. Johnson, acted arrangement worked out between; the r
with rare foresight in moving to acquire this University and the; College is heartening.,for
land for present and future use.' Even if, for !several reasons. It shows respect and .understanding !
!some reason those funds were not to be spent for what is best and irreplaceable A
by the State they would not become funds ,in liberal education; it !shows an understanding -
available to the State University System, as of what/i is properly private and
you imply but would return to the General what is properly public business; and it is a
( Fund, from which they were appropriated. solution that others may: follow in similar
') With respect to your comments concerning circumstances! elsewhere"
I the funding of New College of the University We would: welcome you and members of
of South Florida it Is"to be noted that the your staff to visit New College to find out why
program will receive no more, under State so many people have been enthusiastic about
funding, than the State University System this arrangement worked out between the
funding formula allows for the same students, State University System and New College. It is
at the same level taking the same': courses far more than a matter of dollars as your
anywhere in the System. editorial suggests.,as 1 believe you would
WHAT IS remarkable about the admit holds truefor any education.

arrangement and a factor you did not
comment upon, is that in fact, each Florida Arland F. Christ-Janer
student who attends New College next year President New College



I Why / will not seek Presidential amnesty I



EDITOR The attached letter has been sent to Charles initiative and persistence when we have a clear direction in he did but it was his decision what prices he was willing to
Godell. the chairman of the Presidential Clemency Board. In which to move. I must conclude that i if draft resisters are not bear. He has a life in Canada now and I doubt that he has any
it I seek to express some of the reasons why I am not seeking a applying it is because they do not accept the nature of the _wish to return to the United States to live, but he would like to

presidential pardon for resisting the draft. program. be able to enter the country to visit his family and friends. He
is subject to arrest' if he does so.
Deaf Charles Godell: You also rejected any logical connection between the full
His only means to obtain free passage would be to return to
.I I 'recently received your letter and materials concerning and unconditional pardon granted Richard Nixon by Gerald the U.S. and probably perform two years of work under the
application to your board for possible recommendation to the Ford and pardon-clemency for draft and military.offenders. control of Selective Service. Other have legal disabilities
President for pardon. It is not.my intention to apply for such a In our minds there is every connection. It is screamingly clear remaining from resistance to earlier wars. No relief is offered
pardon. I felt" .however, ''a reply was appropriate for three that very different standards of justice are being applied. them. '
reas ns. Hrst. you initiated the contact t. and it is my belief you There is indeed. however an immense difference between the EVEN IF A pardon were offered to these individuals as a
did in faith. Second I am quite happy to share information -
so good
friend "The couldn't back
to
wrote me. government give me
record. Last I feel that it is two.The
which is already public plain and simple,truth is that I continue to believe f did those three years if it wanted to." Nor of course, can the
impprtant that you realize that some individuals (perhaps nothing wrong. There is nothing for me to be pardoned for. government give Asian orphans back their parents or young
.. and
of the
most of those! involved) are well aware program Perhaps I should ask the pardon of the nameless thousands of American soldiers back ,their missing arms and legs.,
have explicitly chosen not to apply. killed and maimed Vietnames for having done so little to stop I have spoken ,of my motives and concerns and those of
DURING A recent visit to the Buy area, you made two that war a war which continues today despite the Paris other war resisters. I realize that some who have violated draft
statements to the press which I regard as absurdities. You laws, or deserted from the military, have done so for far from
!stated that many men in the "already conyicted" category had honorable reasons. I can speak only from my own perspectiveand
not applied for clemency because they were unaware that they that of those I have been in contact with.
werp eligible for the program. I think,that perhaps you are AMNESTY.... I I. am equally aware. though that many enlisting in the
giving us! less credit than we may be due. military have done so for less than honorable reasons. I think
Most of us who, consciously made t the dec 'on to resist the ONE NAN'S STAND too., ,that real motivations are extremely difficult to discern,
draft had. or in the process aquircd. a suffient understanding and I, am hesitant about any plan to attempt to do so by
of the draft draft laws legal procedures etc.. to be able to government commission.

interpret the Executive Order at least well enough to suppose CERTAINLY, YOU have a wealth of information aboutme
that we might be eligible. The program was very well available if you should wish it. Your letter to me shows
publicized and' much newspaper attention was given to Agreement, without American' troops but with American that you are aware of the general facts of my conviction.
various aspects. Most of us have demonstrated considerable support. notified Local Board No. 17,by letter on 6-23-70 that I would

Perhaps) 'should ,ask the pardon of the, children of the not register. I was indicted, tried and, convicted in the North
The Independent world tor having risked so little to keep them from growing uo District of Florida in 1971. To my' surprise sentence was
surrounded by the horrors of war suspended and I was placed on four years probation.
Florida; AlligatorDoug ] Since then I have attended Santa Fe
Community College
'I I AM CONCERNED that others, not so clear or definite in
and the University of California.I did voluntary service with
their feeling or not as well equipped to present themselves or
f- Dial Ron CunninghomEmortcinmtnt the Corner Drug Store and with the Suicide and Crisis Intervention
we41 by the history and current thought of a
not supported
so
; Editor Msocio+. EditotG Service in Gainesville, FL I am working ultimately
religious group are at a disadvantage in applying to your "
toward in clinical
.Kocboni Jr. board just as they were in 'dealing with the Selective Service a degree psychology.
.org You welcome whatever information
to secure
are quite you
System and with, the military courts. I I.do not mean that it is
',,. Photo Editor wish from any source and to do what you will with that,in-
necesarily the intention of anyone involved that this be so. It "
Midi Krmon formation. But I do not ask or seek pardon or "clemency,
Greg Forts !seems to be unavoidably true.
; Sports Editor Awt Ntw.Miter A former schoolmate is now living in Canada' after a Neil Scott Fullagar
conviction for refusing induction. I did not make the choice' Berkeley. CA 94703f"



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Financial Aid Dick Gregory Talk Tonight

ApplicationsNow I


AvailableFinancial Ends Black History Week

.
from their countries to know about their
aid applications for the Dick Gregory, comedian and social problems. ,
1975-76 academic year are now availablein activist, puts a finishing touch on Black Ttos WeekAmerican The observers will meet each morning
23 Tigert Hall. All students, including History week at 8:15: p.m. tonight ,in from 9 to 12 in 361 JWR Union.Then both
those presently receiving financial assis- Florida Gymnasium, with a talk on groups get together each afternoon from
tance ,are required ,to complete and "Social and Ana-Social Problems." The On Campus 2 to 5 p.m.,also in 361 JWR Union,to hear
submit financial aid applications and free appearance is compliments of what the Indian leaders have decided to
confidential statements prior to Febru- ACCENT and the Institute of Black Conference, "The First Americans -
ary 28, 1975. Culture. Gregory's most recent protest, Speak Up," are open to the public. say.
Students must complete either a against hunger, was expressed in a jog The conference will bring( together all Watenhfp Down
Parents' Confidential Statement or a from Chicago to Washington, D.C. A this week more than 30 Mexican, South
Student's Financial Statement and mail reception will follow in the Student and Central American Indians along with Richard Adams, British author of
it to the College Scholarship Service Activities Center in the Union. about 10 United States and Canadian "Watership Down" and Writer-in-Resi-
(CSS) at the address shown on the form. Indians. They will decide in four-hour dence at the University ,this quarter,
No action can be taken on an application Indians Speak Up sessions Monday through Thursday mor- speaks on "Children, Adults and Books"at
until the Confidential Statement has been Morning observer sessions and afternoon nings among themselves what they want 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Reitz Union
returned by CSS. sessions of the 25th annual Latin governmental and educational observersUniversity Auditorium.The lecture by the author of
Prior to receiving financial assistance soon-to-be-published "Shardick," is free
all eligible students are also required to
to the public.
apply for the Florida Student Assistance
Grant (deadline March 1)) available Prison BluesA
through the State Department of Educa- Af Produced by the Division of Information & PublicI Hf
tion. ationt Scnrtets to communicate official notices & l symposium on prisons and prisoners,
Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors M Important Information to ttudents faculty staff IB mf sponsored by the Arts and Sciences
are,required to apply for the Federal at the University of Florida. P Student Council, Includes music and
:Basic Educational Opportunity Grant poetry readings by Raiford state prison
Program prior to receiving financial inmates at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the
assistance. Long Distance Phone InstructionTo Rathskeller and movies at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in McCarty Auditorium. The

Financial; Aid Info Be Given Wednesday ThursdaySessions public is welcome.

Student Financial Aid is sponsoring an are being held Wednesday from 9 to 11 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m.,in the J. Wayne Concert Band
information session Wednesday, at 7 Reitz Union Auditorium to acquaint employees with the new intrastate long distance The University Concert Band presentsa
p.m. in the Recreation Room of Graham ,phone, system which goes into effect March 1. "lighter side" concert at 8:15 p.m.
Hall, to acquaint students with various Sessions will also be held Thursday from 9 to 11 a.m. and 2 to 4 pjn. in the Medical tonight in the Reitz Union Ballroom free
forms of financial aid,eligibility require- Sciences Building auditorium.The to the public. The program ,includes
ments and deadlines. system which replaces WATS lines, will affect over 1,000 UF phone numbers, works by Rachmaninoff, Lerner and
(WAS will retain its present, separate system.) Loewe and Wagner among others.

Mental',Health' LectureJim
Job Interviews This WeekThe Radiology Clinic

Carter, clindal social worker at The second of three workshops on basic
Student Mental Health Services, will Career Planning and Placement Wednesday-Brunswick Pulp & Paper Radiologic Techniques for Auxiliary
present a lecture discussion open to all Center schedules employment interviewsfor Company, Burdine's, General DynamicsFort Personnel set for Wednesday at the
students on "Stereotypes and Communi- companies recruiting on campus. ( Worth Div.), IBM Corporation, Gainesville Hilton. Continuing Education
cation" emphasizing racial and sex role Students should sign up for interviews at Rachlin and Company and Square D of the Department of Dentistry, and the
stereotypes in Rooms 122 and 123, Reitz least one day in advance in Room G-22 of Company will be interviewing. Division of ,Continuing Education are
.
Union Wednesday 7:304:30 p.m. Reitz Union. This service is also open to Thursday the HiHi Fastening Sys- .sponsors of the limited enrollment ses-
This is the fifth in a series of seven alumni. tems, Inc., Potlatch Corporation, South- sions.
lectures co-sponsored by Student Mental Employers visiting campus Feb. 19-25 ern Railway System and State Farm
Health and the Reitz Union. are listed below. Insurance Companies will be recruiting.Burdine's Poverty Theories
will continue to interview.
Friday-the recruiters will be W.R. University economists from all over
Career Service Grace & Company, M.W. Kellogg Com the country and 'a sprinkling of social
pany, M. Lowenstein& Sons, Inc. and scientists gather Wednesday and Thurs-
I I Burdine's will conclude their interviews. day for a conference on "The Poverty
Job Openings Monday-Federal Career Day recrui- Dimension of Rural Underdevelopmentin
;
ters will be Ernst & Ernst, Hensley- America." They will discuss theoretical -
Schmidt, Lockheed Missiles & Space issues of Income distribution: tryingto
Company and ACTION. introduce some new concepts and
t Despite the freeze on general employment Computer Programmer n Next Tuesday The Bell System, The examine some old ideas. Three groups
{ at the University, there are Career Degree in CIS or degree and 1 year Boeing Company Carolina Power & within the Institute of Food and Agricul-
Service positions open in several areas experience. Salary: $9,333Locksmith Light Company,The Exchange National tural Sciences (IFAS-the Food and
r, not affected by the freeze. Bank of Tampa,H.J.Heinz Company and Resources Economics Department the
I I Prudential Insurance Center for Rural and the
Employment officials say employment Company will be Development
applications have slowed down becauseof High school and 2 years experience. recruiting, and ACTION, Ernst & Ernst Cooperative Extension Service-are the
the general freeze. They solicit Salary: $7,308 and Lockheed Missiles Space Company sponsors.
I applications for the unaffected positions, Medical Technologist I will conclude their interviews.
mainly in the Health Center and IFAS, Florida license as a Medical Technologist -.' Cool Air
but also in some E4G areas where filling Salary: $6,49eReglstered
positions is critical. Some representatives n GRE EXAM The twcHiay 24th annual Air ConditionIng -
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openings are as follows: Conference starts Thursday in the
Graduation from school of nursing and 1
The Graduate Record Examination Reitz Union Auditorium. An estimated
year experience. In pediatric renal will be given 100
Aodto-VlsulTecfaydaa Saturday, February 22. contractors and
engineers are expected -
dialysis unit. Salary: $,-
High school and electronics maintenance Students taking the exam should report to attend the Mechanical Engineering
experience. Salary: $8,451 Registered TeacUof None n to Carleton auditorium by 8:30: a.m. The Department's conference which will
Graduation from school of nursing and 1 admission ticket received from ETS and include presentation of papers on code
Cabfaet Maker(Upholsterer+ ) experience. In adult renal dialysisRespiratoq proper identification should be brought requirements, energy conservation and
Upholstering experience and 4 years unit Salary: $9,855 energy requirements.
cabinet-making. High school degree
required. Salary$8,101 Tecbtdan n- New Married Student Center Sponsors
J Completion of course in respiratory I
Clinical Dietitian therapy, plus 1 year experience., Salary: Parenthood Seminar Wednesday
Bachelors degree and 1 year experience.ADA $7,725 Night
Registration required. Salary: The Married Student Center is
sponsoring University Avenue
,by University
i $9,792 Steamfltter a program at 7:30 p.m. Wednes- dist Church.
High school and 4 years experience, or day on the "Joys and Responsibilities of
Couples with
children ;
Computer Operator I completion of recognized steamfitting Parenthood," presented by Dr. Michael a babysitting may service bring be MethG-1
will
High school degree, experience preferred. apprenticeship and 2 years experience. Resnick, professor of Early Childhood at the Center. For
Salary: $6,451 Salary: $8,101 Education at UF The Center is at 1320 W. 377-8125. more

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Custom design jewelry asp.cioltyVisit experience. Visit ui lOOn I
:ilfOP.l1IJ' J JUP the Cactus ..Poplllon 112 S.Main Recycled
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Garden 922 NW 4m St. 3733872NO. Aliens Aquatic end Trail Clothes 25c to $10 tues sat.
Bookpacks. Rugby Shirts 10am-6pm 3789525; Donations
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spend than have Speedo Bathing Suits. Full. lint
jewelry.Unamitt new &old 914 more you to: .
NW 4th St. 378-9445 see our ad this page. ICU S Main. of Camping Gear&Scuba Equip.
We buy and sell I 3448 W.Univ. 3739233. Give your Valentine a book or
Here we go again I limited edition print from
love for Sale at the Gainesville The Violet House Come see For the finest sound equipmentIn Decker's Books 17 W.Univ.Ave.
Shopping Ctr. on N. Main Is the Gainesville only African Violet this part of Florida,Audio etc.
Carnations place our little animal friends Specialists 100's of' varieties to in the Mlllhopper Shopping Ctr. Strictly Folk has Gainesville
My has the things that'make choose from, fast personal has long been recognized by finest selection of rock,classical,
4 for them happy. And pets for your service. Meet Gfgl and The sound enthusiasts as jazz,folk and blues IP's. 720 W.
$1.00
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Bono excellent condition 1 year old '69 Chevy Van 6 cyl. $330.00 Curr.nt 1972 dodge challenger air condition FM Stores Multiple Receiver female roommate wonted for spring
$43.00 378-7788 (A.3I82RfaMR' -') tag inipection sticker, runt See at 212)) power steering running good good Turntable and tap with tpeolieri I- quarter french quarter pooltWe opt.$73
FtSHIR 400 tubes must toll NW 57th terrace, or call 374-3143.) (A. mileage 340 engine call 3728219student cllnl Condition Must Sell call Ray 373- o month Vk utilities no leae toll 377. .....111 .wi.

good condition 30 RMS per chonnel' $8 o 3T-82-P) ____________ asking 17200 (a-St-BO-p) 2763 (A-3T-82-P) 8734 ofter 5pm ((8-5T-84-P) .
or bed offer call lorry 372-3203 (A-4T- Boxer Puppies AleC 6 week Wormed. Sanyo auto-revuse cor cassette stereo AleC St. Bernard 3 moles 3 femolet. 6 :
112-') ,Shot Call 373.7663 after 6 pm. (A-3T- or quad. 3 months use. with 2 speaker wkt old. vet checked 468-1312 (3t-82- Country Homes: :
CALCULATORS W NOIESAIE 82-P) ccattlpoj| 377-9368 will Install cheap. (o-5t- Pj) 1. 3bdr-$123 ((2132)) 3774992
DISTRIBUTORS OMRON ONLY $19.95 r GRADUATION liquidation One Camper .
imlih-co ooo "electro 120" electrictyperwriter 2. 2bdr-$100 ((21010)) 3774992 lssetsbsis af
Call 372-5205 (A-3T-82-P) $113 377-4328 after 6 pm- Docof SCUBA gear 71.2 cu. In. tank with Trailer Color TV. Complete Scott Ak SoundSyst.m for 3. Duplex$120 ((283)) 3774992 f F iu
Much 378-7270
dove (A-5T-80-P) tingle hote balanced 1st Stage regulator more 4. $135tuilpald ((296)) 3774992
I air pt_"' gouge used only 5 timet George (o-3t-67-p) 3. xret-$140 ((2196)) ) 3774992 cs

68' PIMOUTH BARRACUDA Excellent $213 colt 376-0639 ((0-5t-l3-p) 73 Yamaha RD330 Mud tee nw fire 6. Secret-pool ((2124)) 3774992 TECltttxaoE ..rr.. rr......
Condition New tire, broke Mutt tell front and oar mutt Mil quick $750 call 7. S83-on fake ((231)) 3774992
$850 or Moles offer 373-4662 (A-3T-82-P) Yamaha FG 200 Accoutlic Guitar brand 372.2818 or 377-4434 (o-. -82-p)
4CUSTOM new fantastic buy $145 00 w case 1002 canon :300mm f4 lens new condition,
WELL CRAFT 16' Aktlot w )140 hp Mere NW 39th Av*. at 10th St best to come never utd bit offer over $100) 373- Homer Near Campus
FRAMING crul_.Still under warranty leti than 25 ofter 3 leave o note (o-2t-83-p) 9707 (A-7T4U-P) 1. flu It up-tove $S$ haute need
kin running Mutt... Call 3783363. ((0- for tale brand new FM 8 track car stereo GIBSON J-43 with COM GREAT CONDITION handyman to fl Is up ((21510)) 3774992
lltr 37351 101-73-p) (60 alto DYN AM FM 8 track BSR turntable $200: .00 377-8064 anytime GREAT 2. 2 bet.S75 ((2)110))) ) 3774992 N. W,1You're
with speakers good $50 deal call BUYIt (A-3T-84-P) 3: 2 bdr.S)145((233)) 3774992 On
I gory 373-6209 (o-St-83-p) 4. 2 bet-ulilltl..lncludod ()30)) )3774992 Top 17TM
TEAC A-24 cassette deck $63 Mike 378- 3. 3 bdr-wllh raised waterbed ((283))377' World.
AKC 81k lob Ret Mole 4 mo old $100 Call 4016 after 3 (A-1T-B4-P) 6992 And
PICK IT LICK IT STICK IT :TMr.'s No Way
OR I 372-8095 after 6 pm Needs room to run
< (A-3T-82-P) FOR RENTFemale STEVE McOUEEN .
PAUL
3 okc Irish setter puppies Canadian stock United Real tttote AMO. NEWIMAN ,t
shots and wormed both parents "3NE.I6thA .
r available to ...-,oosonably priced call Open 9am to 8pm 3774992

" gregory 377-5323 or 472-3050 roommate wonted for two (WR-84-C) .
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bedroom landmark Apt $50.50 mo. +
2- way custom built'lpookerHupotb '. utilities, 373-8984 anytime (b-5t-83-p)
lOund-duaI12-12Iurntobl. with
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sublet large one br unfun apt $143 per .
Nnp.r Vied cortig-8-trrack recorder with 770 need roomote own bedr. in trail. $67 mo available March ) call any time 378- p5. ...
minutes blank tape-mutt sell best offer mo + '4utl. mobil city No.253 373-8388 3466 ((1-3T....')
377-9939 anytime (A-4T-82) o,k (for \urtb-5t-83-p( )

raL Female roomote wanted French Quarter, ----- ;; -- --

.. $56.23 a month. Vt ulilitiet' pool lido.
': II Call 373-5853 and ask for Joan. (b-3t-83- \ SOUTHPIJ'MUSI

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73.4.OULIVAS. 5:557:509:45THE 2 Female Roommates wanted for poolside

.. '. French Quarter Apt. 5623f 'v. 233 W. University Ave PXESDIT5 377-3013
'. tuilitiei each call 373-9133 (b-3t-80-p) THE
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,. Female, own rm 2-bd dupl pets ok SAT.
central h-ac. 87.50 -fh util 50 d.p. tee
RtD.WHITE: 5BLUE t ) STEPFORDWIVES iulie 2120 e umv.. ove No. I (b-5t-so.. FEB." '22 8-11PM'

No. 1 "New Vocal Group" Cashbox Poll 74 Need 1 Female for Spring Qtr. 2 Bdrm. Special Guest
opt., 2 bath. Brondywine, 2811 SW
No. 1 "Most Promising Vocal Group" PG Archer Rd. $67.95 moth. (No depotltt. RICHARD TORRENCE I EUREKA

Record World 74 Near comput 373-2683 (b-5t-82-p) TICKETS $4.00 Available at: Rebel

sublet 2 br'unf urn apt 3 bid from campus Discounts Young American Shop
No. 3 Country Album 74 Cashbox Poll 74 PLAZAS OW. AC. Garb. Ditp. etc. $177 mo Grad ,
2oo.SO Students only. Con Ray 392-2198 or 373- Lioham Music & Boycraftor
Feb. 18-22 w. t3r1,s7tust 4 7:20 lt4g 0575 (b-Tt-82-p) COMING MARCH 1. MUSSA MANCHESTH'
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Shows 9:00 it 11:00 LIZA MINNELLIod sublet large 1 br furnished apt $130 mo

some utilities paid pets ok available
Immediately Fob rent free call 373-8713 1 1 irrrILU JANE FONDA
MICHAEL YORK"CABARET" B-57-81-P
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Female roommate wonted to share 3
ti &otttt fadr. apartment at Kings Geek $88.00 0
month and 1-3 utilities call skier orandroo
SOUTHWItT 137/1/ 8T.
ml 378-2077 (B-5T-81-P')
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Female Roommate Wanted "Hawaiian !

Village Apt.-bdr-2 bits o-c, heat, pool
etc. $61.25 o mo + V. util call 373-9767
ofter 4pm Available Nor 1 (B-ST-81-P) MOVIES MAY START

SLIGHTLY LATE TONIGHT
Lnt3j1 BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGEIIINow
.l 3:00 6110 Is the time to start looking for that ONLY
7520 l:30 Ideal horn for spring or' fall qtr. W*
have many listings avail for then a at theRflT
err small deposit can hold It for you. Call
WYDELIVERS
today 377-CV997 '
NO LEASE NO LAS MONTH 2 bedroom
furnished units from $133 per month;
Includes water sewage garbage pickup ArxtyV Chol's DRACULA
and .
pert-control yard care Prairie
View, Mobil Village 378-4411 or 373- He'll go fight jL arid you'll go
3284 (b-20t49-p)
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WANT TO
1. you desire to move from your present neck .__ r_ his Fieort.o .
location we con,rent sublet or find youa .
roommate Immediately at NO COST. 730
6:40 1:20 Call today
United Real Estate Auoc. Inc. & 9JO

113 KJE 16th Ave. 3774992 (b-fr-53-c),

Private bedroom, Windmeadows lux.
Apis private bath $99-mo-H-3util.
furnished, cable TV 2712 SW 34th St.
...... L... .....' 373-3538 or 377-8440 ((8-5T.84-P) a
MOZZAMCLU' CHECSI po 170 us 31!, .

ONION I 1.1$ I :200a aw 370 Roommate needed urgently for .4 br )SafaibXfelb
HOT JALAKMOGDHN 1 I6 : 00 :3 to :7 70 house In ME Own room low rent 4utilities. '.
OLIVE f 55 ustit 30Slot 3 Obi Coll 377-4395 Keep on' trying)

BLACK OLIVIMUSHROOM A I IS 'It I :395 I ,(ST-84-P)"

Buy any giant, large ormedium GREEN PEPPER 1.55 t "I '30* 39
570 :426 3'1 445 MALE sublet 2-bd dupl) of I.'w InQ tr own
pizza I at rtgJor I ""."ONf1': :- c 1.70 3.. 44} rm central h-ac: $90 month Vluti1$25'
price and receive one dep furnished 2 blocks bock of Norman
Hit 170 229in 34$ 44* ,
Han 373-763 (B 5T-84-P)
pizza of the next smaller SAUSAGE 1.70 34S ',.i"

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camp counselors at PINEWOOD for boys For catalogue send$2 to: Essay Services,
and girls In H.ndersonville, !N.C
i ,i P.O.Box Write 57 Spodina Avenue Suit 206 Toronto
4585 Normandy Branch Miami
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Canada Alto,
Beach, Flo 33141 campus r.pr..n-
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Roommate wonted-liberal, mature & ei)_ .
easygoing. Own room In two bdrm. iAMMII'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON,
house.82.50 + W utilities, Come by-no NOW OPEN, Specializing In English half
phon. 1629 E. Univ Ave, (C-51-81.P) cutting, blow waving for the In look
wanted auditioning performers for unisex. Drop by Colonial Flora 716 W.
Coffee Unlv Ave 377264350t53p(| )
House Sunday nigh at Hillel .
Jewish Student Center Call Andrea CHEAPEST; record prices in town. 698
Martin 392-8661 (CSP-8I-P) LP'.for 3.99,5.98 LP', for 3.39 Rock Soul
Jazz,etc.All new books at 10 percent off
GOlD 8 SILVER Top prices paid for clck list price. Co-op Books, 9 Records I 1105
rings, old Jewelry, etc. confidential COMOrite N.W.5th AVe Open 7 days 11-7 (j-61-82-j
373-3894'C-50-53-C( ( ) F'I)
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Gardens Apart no 1 lease no deposits$65 department with the most efficient t")
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7 + Vi utilities but will negotiate due to people in town for appointment call Dan YYs
circumstances Coll 3734769.. (C-2T84P 377 0722 for sales t parts call 377-6901 1 I .
) Norton Triumph Honda Yamaha 3441
SW Archer rd.The Small
moving in June?wonted 2 br duplex or Shop that caresabout
house for $ISO monegotiablermist( ) be you t your. machine fair prices (I I-
FREEw near campus, will sign year ,lease call ICT-78-p. ) __
ond!373-9296 or nancy 3774683. (C-5T- COED's facial heir removed per 'in.concert
I ,'II l beat anyone's deal, anywhere and give you 84-P) monently. Call Edmund Dwyer -, '
electrologist 20
over years experience.;
I a" day,vocation for 2' in Miami Beach or Vail, Call 372-6039 (J-FB-6K) I JOE WALSH I ft"

Colo, with purchase of a new Kawasaki during. HELP WANTED BEWAftEl ATTENTION!

I February. lambda chi alpha's Special Guest
(.no firings attachedArt's ) anyone interested in student teaching 'SFK Is near ,
next toll in Tampa Bay area especially in (.2t-M-p) THE CHARLIE DANIELS BAND
secondary school coil Debbie 372-3299
after 6. (..5f-83-p) Dear Teddy Bear, I 'low you forever, extra added attraction
low Jingles > I
Kawasaki (QIT4l) _
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; fubnol, you're one In,a million, or .STRAWBSJacksonville
AUTOS should I hay 33f HI I hod It to do all over '
'10m,halt Uniwrshy again i probably wouldn't charge It '
was a fantastic: 4 month but now-h* Coliseum
171MHl nights are too long and the showers
'.7 Tuei.thrv Sat.. aren't what they vied to be. the US .
DUSTER.340-t973-ac.pi.pb.ai.' n It now the nights ore too long and FRIDAY I FEB. 21
roidals$2SOO-or best offer coil 377-9680 lastic 4 months but now the nights ore ,
too long and the showers aren't what Show $f-per
LLOYD'S CORVETTE PLACE We buy and they used to be. the US grand tour will ''time 7: 30 3 person
sell. Jacksonville. Florida 13883311. million, or should 1 say 337 if I hod it tc
10 ond Couot Ave (g-20t-73-p o do all over again I probably wouloV

1962 Olds 88, new brakes, radiator, air, change. It was a fantastic 4 months but COMING ATTRACTIONSMARCH
power, 45,000 actual miles exc.ll.nt now me nights are too long and the
condo 300. 378-3247. (G-5T-84-P) showers aren't what they used to be.the
Little US grand lour will hove to woil. so It
Larrys 1972 Flat Wagon 128k white, excellent goesl' hugs kisses i love, bullets. (J- 7 JACKSON BROWNE
shape, new tires, valve job, blue book IT64-P)
value$1600come see and mok.offer Special guest PHOEBE SNOW
call 3784838. (G5TUP1PERSONAL) Jacksonville Civic Auditorium, Two
InflationSALE
Shows'7 and 10 P.M., Reserved
in -
Study Seats $4, $5, $6, $7
Guadalajara, MexicoThe O .

Wedding invitations $11.40 per '100, GUADALAJARA SUMMER APRIL 7- DOOBIE BROTHERS
business cords $9.95 rubber stamps SCHOOL a fully accredited: UNI-
magnetic signs, offset printing. Cliff Hat VERSITY OF ARIZONA program Jacksonville Coliseum, 7:30 P.M.,
Printing 1103 N. Main (J.fRPoncho' ) will offer June 30 to August 9. All $6 admission
seats general
REO. NOW anthropology, wl education folk
.. Bookpacks, Pocks W-fromes lore, hittory government .
geography .
LONDON BROIL. $1AO 99c Tents, Rugby Shirts Trail Shoes White : //an ate and literature: REL. DEIWE '
Stag Speedo Bathing Suits. Join Univ. Tuition and fees$190; board and JOHN
Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic i Trail room w m Mexican family (24$. Jacksonville Coliseum 8 P.M.
1.75 Center. 3448 W. Unlv. 3739233fr72(| Write to GUADALAJARA SUMMER ,
BLACK ANGUS . .$2.05 c) SCHOOL. 413 New Psychology; Reserved Seats $5.50, $6.50, $7.50
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PRICES GOOD'TIL MIDNIGHT core.If you Coll are pregnant Birthright.GIld 377-4947 need help(J.24T we. Arizona 85721. . .

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Your Choice W/2 Vegetables . ... $t.49 ; 12 Midnight, Reserved Seats -'$4, $5,

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4 oz. BURGER STEAK Jacksonville Coliseum, 7;30 P.M., All

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it always wear In. At MoSenDv we you with all,, my heart love you .v.r tell your bothers Ip t.noj+ bill .,alters- .r+
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1131 Av.. DONNA Itt been a year ot love end ) love oil)
W.University open 100-6pm! we you Kathy + Peggy
THERE:S MORE Monday thru Saturday, by appointmentSundays hate, fighting. and making up, heov.n Beta Theta PI fJ.1T-IW.NC( ) 200 copes{ .
i evening 373-7470 (|Msp.74c and h tl, I'm glad the good times
: ..y' TO SEE WITH ) outweighed the bad. I love you John LOST FOUND $3. 5.
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'r Gainesville had the, wretched; misfortune last Saturday
night to witness the world premiere of an unqualified artistic!
disaster" in the form of Friedel's "The Kidnap REVIEW
Lover.

Fncdel. who wrote, directed, and produced this celluloid RICHARD BVRKIIOLDER
compost! heap-and who is regrettably, an alumnus of dear "'-
old UF-has provided in .his film all the ingredients for a
primer on how not to script, cast, direct or advertise (he's unpainted dingy buildings; Federico Fellini also brought
distributing his own product) a movie. decay into respect via the immorality portrayed in his La
Dolce Vita" and "Roma:" Friedel shows no scruples in
FRIEDEL in a conversation with this reviewer last! !stealing technique and treament from such luminaries and
Saturday evening, claimed that the thematic thrust of his bowdlerlizin$ their genius to fit the perversely dilettanteish!
film-dare I even use that word for a movie of this caliber- designs of his own creation.
wasoneof isolationism in an existential world. Upon viewing AS FOR IDS script, it's strictly new-wave naturalistic
his cinematic twaddle I am reluctantly forced to concede that (translate: studiously unlettered.) Thus,profanity, grunts,and
!such a noble literary intention was above Friedel's head for he mumblings are rigeur staples in Friedel attempt to impressthe
has instead given us a, hackneyed, semi-literate smear of audience with this grasp of seedy folks' speech patterns.
obvious symbolism and soporifically banal dialogue.This Which indicates that'poverty of finances (Friedel said that .
the film cost $46,000 to make-and I contend It looks it) can :
turkey of, a movie is loaded with flagrantly awful be at least! matched by a poverty inspired intent
directorial commentary. One gets to' see lots of hostile and Friedel derives but small assistance from his two principals
generally elderly-is Friedel down on our nation's oldsters- Jack Canon (as Eddie Matlock, kidnapper) and Leslie Ann
zombies'sitting'about.' staring blankly at God-knows-what Rivers (Sandra Morely, ever-more-willmg-victim). Canon,.a
(maybeat Friedel) and thereby supposedly making a modern- veteran of a number of American International Pictures'
day comment on the Ugliness and Detachment characteristicto motorcycle flicks-hardly the most grueling of thespian
a Crumbling Society. training grounds-looks as though his experiences in the B-
movie mills taught him little more than the tough guy smirks
This is hardly a new angle on the old racket of social interpretation and snorts inherent to a pallid Bogart imitation. Ludicrously KIDNAP VICTIM
: Sergio. Leone for one filled his spaghetti enough Canon even affects a wooden Bogey schtick (which no relation to Patty Hearst,
.Westerns with craggy, 'weatherbeaten ,countenances and turns out to be an imitation of an imitation -yuck) at the end

of the ''film., thereby clinching beyond doubt the smug.
tastelessness of his moronic role and its chalky portrayal.
OF MS. RIVERS about the only charitable thing that can
be said is that her facial blankness is commensurate with her

Ii Red White & Bluegrass( ) toniteProgressive acting'Other ability.aspects of this movie defy such facile recounting and

explanation-the clumsy editing of many of the major
sequences of the story, the execrable musical score, the arty
cinematography-all somehow seem to reflect the undecided
bluegrass? aspirations of the production's chief technicians as to whetherto
Yes, it's true. Bluegrass is. along with jazz, try entertaining adventure chaff reach for the elusive
the only true American art form in music. quality of art. Lamentably, their efforts fall short in both
3. categories and leave us, the cheated audience, with nothingmore
Now there is.a new grass, a new bluegrass
chord than a grade-C 'goose egg fit, as Canon himself put it in
different structures complex
using
1 an interview Saturday night, "for the drive-in circuits."
harionies. lyric rearrangements and non- Finally, I wish to comment upon the motion picture'sadvertising
bluegrass in uen ccs.YOU'Il.IIAVE campaign. So far this year 1 have yet to encountera
to hear it to thoroughly more blatant promotional hype for a movie. The come-ons ",
understand it. A perfect example, and read "What Evil Power Did He Possess To Turn Women Into
probably the best example is Red White and Slaves?" and "More Real Than Tomorrow's Headlines!" and
Blue (Grass) who will be playing at the Beef "It Started With Patty>Where Will It End-the latter a
and Bottle all week, starting tonight.Red half hearted reference to the Patty Hearst kidnapping to
White and Blue (Grass) have two which this flick bears absolutely no relation whatsoever.
albums out at the moment. The second album WITH WITLESS hard sells like the above it strikes me as
injuries instrumentals by Vassar Cements little wonder that "The Kidnap Lover's" world premiere
and Byron Berime, two of the hottest country evening was attended, according to the figures supplied by '
Vassar around. (You should remember 7 Stuart Fagan, assistant; manager of the Great Southern Music
the Plazaof
1! Clements'
performance on
Hall, by only about 250 people.
the Americas with John Hartford a while I am assured, however that better tidings are in store.for
back.) Gainesvillians desirous of watching classier filmed en-
This "new grass" music should provide a tertainments. "Lenny" is supposed to come totown soon, as is
line cvenin: 'i entertainment. If they are ds "Young Frankenstein" and "Andy Warhol's Dracula." Be
good as their albums the $2 admission! will be NEW GRASS patient, fellow movie buffs, and in due time we shall be
well worth. the charge.. : Shows are at 9 and 11Pni. ,a blend of new. and old bluegrass music rewarded decent, if not challenging films for our edification.
through Saturday.





Getting downReview w'iththe. Spinners,


by been frustrating! tor Mason the way the crowd wouldscream !state was their impersonations
ENRIQUE MARTINEZ because the crowd didn't pay after certain gesturesor of Tom Jones
Alligator CorrespondentOn much attention and his songS .was reminiscent of Elvis Martha and the
.M departure was met with the Beatles. :They've certainly Vandellas, the Supremes, and
Valentine's Eve the thunderous, applause, which ,learned something i after Louis Armstrong. .
came to town tor a 'perhaps, was more for the, twenty years together. They put on wigs to do
Spinners line performance including Spinners.BY "Could it ,be I'm Falling "Stop in-the Name of Love"
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dancing singing and a touchof THIS TIME, the crowd Love" sounded great. It was', by the Supremes.
J t I comedy on the side. The was ready tor the; Spinners to fresh! and dynamic and you One hour after they had
f show was good 'but just not come forth. However, it took could see they were putting started they sang "A Mighty
enough. nearly JO minutes to bring out plenty of feeling into it. Love" as their last selection,
long
/ Everyone present Deemed to the band. SUDDENLY, Billy left the and could,not have picked,a
r' t! 'have seen the Spinners before.. Then, Henry. Billy; Pervis, stage in what looked like a better song for their ending;
either on television or in, Bobby, and Phil came out trip to the bathroom, only to Phil refused to leave the state
r ). and,was enthusiastic dressed in pink suits and return dressed as a clown to after",the .others-,and theyd
concert about seeing them, again.. looking bad.'if you know,what''. "down.around" while the rest keep *!r7ing'to! 'pull him off
Guitarist James Mason I:mean. T' :, sang. ""Laughing" 1 a utlhed. jump to f another
came out and played for' 20 'BY THEIR third song. "I'll little." ;Barn urn' and Bailey mike"and. keep singing. 'f l' w..
.. under.. a soft blue Be Around.!'" the crowd; was would hive been proud.. "They 'finally. got him off.
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photo by andy n wmon minutes He has a style !similar to high in the fever that only) Another, part, which vent and no.encore could bring
SPINNING ON light.Bill, Withers.; It, must have music can' induce. the crowd into a hysterical them back:: V"U ,

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King to nine points Monday night-but King's point broke LARRY BREWSTER RGHTS FOR REBOUND
the back of a Gator effort 8584. reboundsBut
center scored 14, grabbed
Thoughts of an overtime period flashed quickly by after
Mike Lederman sank a jump shot with 11 seconds to go. sophomore Ernie Grunfeld was finding the range with
l Tennessee, however, grabbed the ball and moved quickly 14 first half points. '
down the court. King went up for an attempted layup but was He almost equaled that after the half as he led all scorers
t'f" thwarted by Chip Williams. Williams fouled King in the with 26 points on, an 11 for 20 night from the field.
i A process,setting up King's attempt at two shots from the free Sophomore guard Mike Jackson picked up much of King's

v, throw line. final nine point slack as he shot a superb seven often. from the
R THE FRESHMAN from Brooklyn. N.Y.,missed the first field and ended up with 17 points.
one and the crowd went wild. He hit the second one though, Junior forward' Doug Ashworth' followed with 15 points.
and the crowd went home as the Gators failed to sink a final Caldwell scored 21 points to lead the Gators; nine of the
P N.i shot. They had four seconds to do so. points coming from the free throw line. He was followed by
"It's awfully tough for me," said head coach John Lotz Gene Shy who dropped in 17 points-the only other Gators to
after the game. "The players fought their guts out. But we'll break into double figures were Brewster with 14 and Mike
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have to accept the consequences whether bad or good." Lederman with 10..
For a while the consequences looked as if they were to be "It was just unbelievable," said Tennessee's coach Ray
good as the Gators took an 11.10 lead.with almost 14 minutes Mean after the game.' "You had to be here to believe it," he
remaining in the first half. Bruno Caldwell's shooting and the said on long distance to Tennessee after the hotly contested
l play of freshman Larry Brewster edged the Gators out to a 47- contest which included the throwing of much refuse and the
42 halftime lead. Caldwell scored 15 in the.first half while ejection of one UF fan.
Brewster hit II. More garbage'remained near the court: than in the stands
KEEPING TENNESSEE close was not the much-heralded after the
photo by george kochonlcc |Ir. King who entered the game leading'the Southeastern Con The loss game.dropped the Gators to 77 in the conference and 11*
ERNIE GRUNFQD IN UNFAMILIAR POSITION ference in scoring with a 27.5 average. He dropped in just two 13 overall..Tennessee upped their SEC record: to 9-5 and 15-6
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By STUART EMMRICII can only be used for scholarship costs and not for any capital 11AM-3PM ALL DAY
Alligator Staff Writer' improvements. FOR FOR
The largest percentage of increases in costs over this year's 39c.'
$1.39
budget:'came in the' area of women's sports.
UF Athletic Association officials: requested an allocation of Women's scholarships accounted for only $5,000 of this
$382,000 from student activity fees for the 1975-76 school year year's budget but an allocation of$16,000, an increase of 220 10% STUDENT) DISCOUNTOPEN I
Monday.The per cent was requested for next year's budget.
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FORMAL ACTION was taken by ASFAC on the this year. /> 1\.'V.MLNh ....h' MWIAM.M .
request Monday, but member Greg Sherman said the Athletic Director-Ray Graves explained that scholarships
committee would examine the budget and decide in the first cover a room in Yon Hall.. food books, tuition out-of-state
week of March whether or not to recommend the increaseover waivers and laundry.
this year's allocation of $348,000.The AMONG ANTICIPATED INCREASES cited by the
Athletic Association, in a proposed budget submittedto Athletic Association were rising food costs, a $10 rise in rent REVERE
ASFAC. estimated the total cost of scholarships next and a $10 Increase in tuition costs.
year would be $1,100,500. Other allocation requests to be ,submitted to ASFAC include -
The requested $382,000 would only cover approximately a Student Health Services the J. Wayne,Reitz Union and CYCLEWORKS
third of the total scholarship costs, the rest of the money to Student Government.
come from the Gator Boosters race rack funds and from Recommendations from ASFAC on how, to allocate the
1 sales of scholarship tags. estimated $2,675.000 of next year's, activity fees must be
THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION allocation from ASFAC, approved by the Student Senate and the UF administration.think i
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Health Center. said the conviction may have "far-reaching he said.
implications." HOWEVER, COHEN SAID THE conviction will have an
"WHAT IS DISTURBING ABOUT IT is that there could effect on the availability of abortions."It 0sau&
be far-reaching implications for the whole issue of abortion," is almost akin to malpractice suits. Doctors would be
she said. afraid of,the legal implications of performing an abortion"
David said "Anti-abortion groups are well-organized and he said. to $zgo
there are amendments up to take away a woman's, right to The Gainesville Women's Health Center Monday nighT up
decide whether to have an abortion." called a staff meeting to gather a reaction' to Dr. Edelin's foil is 072 $I6SQ.9 $I40QQ
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Area religious leaders had differing reactions to the conviction conviction. _
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reflecting their stand on abortion. According to David,discussion will zero in on ramificationsof Fbllis 072& $22522 $20022
[,, FATHER JOHN McCULLEN, PRIEST at the Catholic the conviction and whether it will give strength to anti-
Student Center said, "It is a monstrous situation when an abortion forces. SaitihelSofWeJiSoaa I 41' loss
aborted infant is allowed to die. 1 would hope that it would "I'm sure that most evverybody agrees with me that it will
make doctors have a little morereverence for life," affect the availability of abortions for lower-class women" Sentinel Whisper $ l$6CeiA $
Rabbi Alan Cohen of the B'nai Israel Synagogue she said.
(4 represented the view that abortion should not be legislated by She also noted that in Florida, few doctors will perform .WNIIF Tl r..tiu. 1r 25...
the government. abortions beyond 22 weeks. At the Women's Health Center .621 W.L1liVf1'S1t9 '3x18.575&. .
"I 1 think it was a bad conviction. Personally, I feel a matter and in Gainesville, abortions are not performed after 20
such as abortion should not be legislated by the state.I didn't weeks, she said.




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.. CHARLES CHAPLIN'S UNIVERSITY NEW PATHS
FeastFEB.

portrait of a music hall comicLIMELIGHT CONCERT FOR

25 6:30: P.M.. .
ARREDONDO ROOM BAND SELF- '

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Feb: 18

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Ballroom topics concerning personal growth and develop
with Claire Bloom&Buster Keaton ment. -

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ACADEMY AWARD WINNERBest Th. program will Include an
atiemblage of artifact.
STEREOTYPES AND COMMUNICATIONJim
Original Musical Score music exhibit and entertainment :
from the home '
Tues Feb. 18 country as well as a feasting Carter M.S.W. Clinical Social WOrKer

upon typical Grecian food., .
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7:00: ; 9:30: U of F Students$3.50 Wed.. Feb. If. 7 30 to ':30 p.m. *
lounges, 122 t 12J, JWRU
2ND Floor Aud. General Public $5.00 .'.. '.
Ticket are a.'abl.:! at the Featuring the preparation of Vwillgatawny" Soup (
50c. University Box Office'' by- (Cathy Dinaberg flEE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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February p.m.
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Constans Theatre
( ) beginning '
J. Wayne Rtlti Union Bakery
as rbc film
prMnution '
February 10 from 12:00
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Friday. No tickets will b. Mental Health Staff
1s limited to hurry and make
available at the door; rn.rvatlonl00".

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