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convicted cheater was frat council vice pres,

By DAVID SMITH Court investigation. convicted in the scandal to date according to "ALL THE PAPERWORK is not com
Alligator Editor-in-Chief HONOR COURT OFFICIALS and the UF Honor Court officials, although no other pleted. It's just a technicality. The student
administration have officially refused to suspensions have been recommended., will be suspended." Sandeen said.
The first UF student convicted in the identify students charged in the cheating Deitel a senior business major and Neither Sandeen nor Denson would
'Honor Court investigation into alleged mass scandal, which Honor Court Atty., Gen.'Paul member of Tan Epsilon Phi fraternity has ,elaborate on what had to be worked out in the
,cheating was a former executive vice president Marmish announced last month could involveup withdrawn from UFo but as of Tuesday he had case.
.of Jnterfraternity Council ((1FC) and a to 200 students in the UF College of not been officially suspended. "It's something I have to work out between
: member of the special task force studying the Business Administration.The UF Vice President for Student AtTairs myself, the Honor Court and the student."
honor system. Arthur Sandeen who must approve the Denson said. Denson'said he did not expect
Alan Deitel was convicted of cheating by Honor Court's recommendation that Honor Court recommendation, said Tuesday the Honor Court recommendation would be
the Honor Court Jan. 31 after pleading guilty. Deitel'be suspended from UF for three notice of the official suspension is pending the changed.
His conviction was confirmed by IFC quarters is the strongest penalty recommended resolution of some "details" by Student DEITEL RESIGNED as IFC executive vice
secretary Ann Powers. It was also confirmedby by the court so far. Conduct Coordinator Robert Denson. and the
a highly reliable source close to the Honor Approximately 15 students have been Honor Court. (Ser': 'Conviction' page six)


The: Independent /

;: Florida Alligator FEB.WEDNESDAY 19, 1974

67, NO. 84"

; Puolished by Campus Communications Inc., Goincsvill, Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida


1 1I :-- -- T;! U F may deny entranceto

I 600 soph transfersBy

KAREN MEYER tern her" -about 1,000-"and: admit the'best
Alligator Staff Writer of them."
Although UF can admit up to 2.900.
fl fli UF President Robert 0. Marston has Marston said, "my assumption is that we will
proposed admitting 600 fewer sophmore have to turn down perhaps 1.000 freshmenand
transfers this September to compensate for as many as 1,000 transfer students or
the 600 freshmen admitted last year in excess more" this fall.Marston's .
i of a Board of. Regents imposed limit. proposal will allow UF to admit
Marston mailed his proposal to State 600 .more state-funded upper division
d? University System Chancellor Robert Mautz students without exceeding his self-imposed
after he discovered UF would be denied funds enrollment goal limit! of' 25,000. the same as
tor 600 sophomores in 197576. last year.
proposal but he indicated he probably would. students will earn more state funds than the
fr 1,. r r. "My initial reaction is favorable because it same number of lower division students.
solves the major problem which is funding' Executive Vice President Harold Hanson
Mautz'said. authorized the admission of the 600 last fall,
The Florida Legislature funds the state despite a letter from the regents warning the
university system for a limited number of students would not be funded by the state.
freshmen and sophomores. Mautz said. Marston said "The theory was if students
UF'S ADMISSION OF 600 freshmen more wanted to come to UFo we should try to accept
w than the 2.900 ceiling established by the them."
regents has brought constant criticism. Theoretically he said. "If you put a clampon
Mautz said the principal objection of the UF that will push students into other
I" other state university presidents and some universities (in the state system) that have
.. regents was "who should bear the brunt of been having trouble recruiting."
" ?photo by russ.ll bloom funding" for the extra.students. Students numbering 200-300 over the limit
" "I 1 can't see that any university can ever have been admitted in previous years
>" Bikers This UF student found out UPD wasn't again feel disadvantaged. by the 600" Manton said, but "no one really thought
kidding \when they said bike traffic Marston said.MARSTON. there would be.this many overrun."
beware SAID HE.WILL get the "best "I hope the regents will see it as rectifyingany
violators would, be ticketed., estimate of the number of sophomore error." that may have ever existed said
."' transfers UF would have accepted in :ep.I" .Marston.! .

I" ;;;Gregory':; : you haven't got much time

:r",:" By DEBBIE IBERT He tickled the- audience with the idea of of John and Robert Kennedy. Malcolm X and
" r;. : Alligator,Staff.Writer < selling Pepsi-cola by the shot and having others.
... "You youngsters got a, big i job-and you addicts strung out on sugar as the price of "The CIA is one of the sickest, most insane.
"_haven't got much time" social activist Dick that commodity rose. and degenerate organizations in this coun
Gregory spread his message with humor and Then Gregory got serious, darting from try.. Gregory shouted.
'anger Tuesday night in the Florida Gym. subject to subject like a'gadfly-injecting his He aimed his barbed thrusts at the student
Gregory putting the finishing touch on sting into'each one. listeners. "Y'all just keep playing your
Black. History Week, lectured on a myriad of But his main theme focused on \\world-wide games." he instructed "but: you better play ITr-
subjects including black pride CIA con. !starvation.. fast because your recess is just about over."
..spiracles.natural foods world hunger and A half billion people will die of starvation in ,He begged young people in the audience to
f Watergate: the next three months he said. "If you think "use your young mob force to turn this
As he warmed up the audience, he vou're gonna eat three meals a day while the country around. '
displayed the cool, sophisticated humor that rest of the world starves, you're,crazy.:" Gregory himself turned his back on a
saw him rise to the status of a $5.000 a week Gregory asked the audience to imagine it lucrative nightclub career to plunge headlong. ...
nightclub comedian. was locked in.the gym for six months and he into")the civil rights movement and countless.
Nixon he said was a "po' white boy with was hoarding all the food. "Now. ,,'hat.1'all other causes that claimed his attention.
too much power who stole too much, too gonna do?": he drawled. "The very fate and destiny of this country z
fast." "Take it." voice cried out. today depends on young folks," the former
"With niggers at least when' we get the Gregory also lampooned what he called the comedian told a hushed audience.
I chopping bag full we quit." "pimp mentality" in America.. His toicerose, Born black and '"broke in a St. Louis itf
The audience, of about 3.000 blacks. and as he ripped into, Secretary of state, Henry_, ghetto. Gregory ,ridiculed the white notion
,Gf t, whites laughed and applauded. Kissinger accepting the Nobel Peace ?rite that "the problem with the black family is no
Gregory joked ,about the econom)'. Tight for a Vietnam "ceasefire.' "black man at home." photo by andy newman
money doesn't bother his people.he, said. He' switched his monologue to the'CIA., "Well. Nixon and all them other DICK GREGORY
"because we 'didn't. hue, none when it was which he claimed. is responsible for drug degenerate Watergate pimps all had daddies
loose." traffic.gang, warfare. and the assassinations! ,at home." political activist
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Ford mounts

to sustain future vetoWASHINGTON

(UPI) President Ford, apparently "What we need to do is to sustain the veto,
convinced Congress will reject his increased tariff on foreign Congress get to work on an energy program and we
oil, worked Tuesday to muster enough Republican support to ready to make accomodations to detail," Nessen
make the hike effective through a presidential veto. told the lawmakers.
The White House said Ford outlined this scenario to.GOP TilE DEMOCRATIC-controlled Congress is
.Congressional leaders at breakfast: Wednesday to postpone Ford's ordered $3 a barrel
liE EXPECTS Congress to pass a bill negating his oil import tariffs, but Nessen said recent White
import tariff; he intends to veto the bill; and he wants Republicans show Ford's strength on the issue increasing in :
to back him to the hilt so Congress sustains that veto. Treasury Secretary William E. Simon told the
Presidential Press Secretary Ron Nessen told reporters meeting Congressional suggestions that an oil
Ford also expressed to 26 GOP senators and representatives quota system be substituted for higher tariffs
his' impatience with lawmakers "wasting time" and his Americans 400,000 jobs. He said an allocation
willingness to compromise to get his economic and energy! mean 150.000 service stations "would have a very ( )
programs passed. time surviving..

Tornado hits Georgia

Twednesday,1 FORT VALLEY Ga. (UPI!)- A tornado churned
this central Georgia town Tuesday, reportedly
downtown business area and smashing more than :
/CapsuleS "I know it wiped out downtown" said police
spokesman Rachel Douglas. "We don't have
munications. know we had quite a few injuries." :
The Civil Defense Department said 40 to 50
damaged. Douglass said most telephone and power
u prem a court nixes; torn down. '
Civil Defense units were rushed in from
and counties and the Red Cross sent in 44 units of
Nixon impoundingWASHINGTON

Doctor gets '

(tuPO) The Supreme Court ruled
unanimously Tuesday that Richard M. Nixon wrongfully BOSTON (UPI) Dr. Kenneth C.. Edelin
impounded'about, one-third: of the water pollution control the light sentence of one year on probation for
funds Congress allocated to the states while he was president. of a fetus in a legal abortion and. also learned he
job,at Boston City Hospital.
The court's opinion frees an additional $5 billion for state Judge James P. McGuire who could have given
water pollution control projects, in addition to the $13 billion to 20 years in jail,'delayed. ,the sentence until ill'T
already allotted. Much of the money has not yet been spent appeals. Edelin's attorney, William Homans filed
nor will the additional funds be distributed until specific appeal Tuesday afternoon but declined to
I projects> are approved by the Environmental ProtectionAgency. grounds.
,Demos unveil plan

The justices also unanimously struck down a Florida !
procedure that fails to provide for a judge to determine that W WASHINGTON (tuPO) ,Senate Democratic
there was probably cause for an arrest when an accused is makers.agreed unanimously Tuesday on'an
. arrested solely at the discretion of a .prosecutor to' President, Ford's economic-energy program'-
new gasoline taxes and income tax rebates.
They divided 5 to 4 in holding additionally, that the The Democratic' plan was unveiled as the'
required hearing need not encompass the full range of rights launched a blitz to salvage Ford's key oil import :
available at an'actual 1'trial./such as appointment of a lawyer Republican members of" the Senate Finance
t for'indigents., charged congress was"playing politics" with Ford's

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The Independent Florida Alligator, Wednesday.. February 9,175 pope 3

:,;; Marston presents preliminary UC evalu"atiora---"J

By TOM SIIRODER Critics called Brown "intimidating" and
!a. e w ry U a 6aglr
Alligator Staff Writer "high-handed" the report said. NF

The evaluation committee is empowered to
The preliminary report of the University recommend whether Brown should continueas
College UC evaluation team will be made UC dean.

public this morning by UF President Robert Brown said he was not nervous about the
Q. Marston. outcome of the evaluation.
Marston will present the committee's draft "TilE COMMITTEE HAS SPENT an

report on the condition of UC to a 10 a.m. inordinate amount of time with some of my '

meeting of the Council of Academic Deans. critics. They've had pportunity to vent '
THE COMMITTEE WAS SCHEDULEDto all their grievances and make their charges," F
present an oral report to Dr. Robert Bryan, Brown said.

interim vice president for academic affairs, Hemp said the evaluation was closed to thepress
and Gene Hemp, assistant to the vice due to a Board of Regents directive

president. Tuesday afternoon in closed protecting tIle confidentiality of all evaluative 'i

session. hearings. -.-.-...._ nn t
However, the committee consisting of Drs. The final report of the committee will be UC EVALUATORS GOLDMAN SILBER, McCAIN
James McCain, John Silber and Eric Gold made public because the "anonymity" of I
report will be made public 1 10 a.m. today
man, decided to work through the evening on testimony will be protected.in .
a draft written report in lieu of the oral ,

presentation Hemp said. Tuition proposal CUTS activity tunas I

McCain and Silber are the presidents of -
Kansas State University and Boston By TOM SHRODER education), building funds capital improvements "If the 10 per cent cut is approved, there'sno
University respectively, and Goldman is Alligator Staff WriterIn and the student activity fee question we'd have to cut some vital)
Rollins Professor of History. at Princeton controlled by student government. programs" Sherman said.

University. Greg Sherman, UF student body treasurer Sherman sent a memo to all groups who
A subsequent in-depth study of UC moraleby addition to increasing the cost of said a 10 per cent cut in activity fees will havea will seek funding from activity fees requestingthem
the UC advisory board concluded that education, the proposal for increased tuition "devastating effect" on' student-funded! to plan for the possible 10 per cent cut.

while three out of four faculty members were, presented to Florida's nine state university programs. The regents will vote, on the proposed
satisfied with morale, a majority termed UC presidents Monday will cut student activity TillS YEAR, ACTIVITY fee money tuition increase and alteration of the fee

administration unsatisfactory. funds ten per cent, or $250,000.' supports college councils-and Student structure March 3.
Criticism of the administration centered on Student tuition? payments provide fundingfor Government, intercollegiate athletics This year S2.27 of the $13 tuition per credit
complaints concerning UC Dean Bob Burton several areas of university operation including ($350.000)), student health services ($615,000)) hour goes into the student activity\ fee. The
Brown's handling of faculty relations. matriculation (the direct cost of and the J. Wayne Reitz Union ((5886.000)). tuition proposal would simultaneously increase
tuition and reduce the} student activityfee
share of the tuition to $2.04.

Housing eyes ways to cut dorm rentBy contribute The cut to 10 financial per cent aid, for or underprivileged 23 cents, will

students.DR. .

RENA EPSTEIN the Hume recreation room at 7:30 p.m. The REID AND BUCKMAN IIALLS are the ARTHUR SANDEEN, UF vice
Alligator Staff Writer other meetings will be held in.Murphree area 'only co-ops currently at UF but Hennesseysaid president for student affairs, said UF receivesthe

on.Feb. 23 at 8 p.m.; Towers Commons on he would form as many co-ops as students smallest proportion of the aid money in
UF students will be able to express their Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. and in' the Broward would want. the state because relative to other state

gripes, about UF housing and recommendways recreation room on Feb. 25 at 8 p.m. He added it would have to be done soon universities, it has the wealthiest student

to cut dorm rent at four meetings Hennessey said a possible alternative wouldbe because officers would have to be elected and body.
scheduled to' begin this week. to convert more dorms into co-ops. charters written up. FloridaA &M receives the highest per capitaaid

Because dorm rates are scheduled to increase THE ADVANTAGE OF A CO-OP is that Another way to cut dorm rates, accordingto Sandeen said.
8 per cent beginning next fall quarter, the housing division provides,the building and Hennessey, would be to let students decide Sandeen said he estimated a 10 per cent
Housing Director James T. Hennessey is the furniture but UF students do all the whether they want to have linen and activity fee reduction would cut $250,000 for a
urging students to volunteer suggestions at janitorial work and light maintenance. Thereis refrigerator service. total fund of $2.7 million.

the meetings. also no linen, telephone or refrigration "It may save students S20 a quarter," he Sandeen said the proposed cut would have
'The first meeting is scheduled for.Feb. 20 service provided. said. "a serious impact" on student programs.

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They aN agree... ee Jean-Claude Van .
Feast Itallie playwright of t
the modern theatre,
will be at the
FEB. 25 6:30: P.M. University of Florida.
as an Artist I In
ARREDONDO ROOM Residence from
March 2"8. During
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workshops and
WAYNE 'REI'fZUNION seminars in creative
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directing as well as
ON MORE speaking In mass
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addition, there will
1 THAN ANY OTHER FILM betimes probably when he make will

Of THE YEAH! A series of Informal lecture-discussions himself available to
on various topics concemlng'personal All Union activities are fret and open to Individuals In
the public Because attendance for most Lounges 122 & 123,:
1 growth development.: things Is limited, registration by phone will JWRU depending on
be held beginning February 17 on a first his time.
come, first-served basis.
Whv uwr*you in'62? STEREOTYPES ANDCOMMUNICATION Actors Workshop: Tues. & Wed.. March 4 4 5
I I limit:35 2:00-4:00: p.m.. Ballr06m.JWRU.lnstructlons ,
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assemblage of artifacts soft soled or' ballet
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country as well as a feasting JWRU.instructions' Bring
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U of F Student $3.50r ; Director's Workshop: Thurs. &''Fri. March & 7
:t' limit: 20 10:00-12 Noon. Ballroom..
Thur.Feb.20.. : : General Public $5.00 JWRU,Instructions: wear
',Tickets are available ,at meUniversity FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBUCSponsored work Clothes or leotards
&' 22 ? .. and soft soled or ballet
.& SatFeb.21 : Box Office ,,01. *,.' shoes.
ti '" \(Constans Th.atrj) begin D.:' 14 It is important to caution.Interested people, '
5100,8:00,11:00: : ). ,nlng February 10 from 12-00: by tfie j. Wayne Reltz Union not to sign up unless'
1. They are sure they will attend
'to 4:30 Monday through "
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Aud 50! Friday, No tickets will be
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Pag*..,lndpndnt Florida Alligator Wednesday,February 1f. 1f75 _

I Indian leaders here for 'grass roots'meeting I Iprogr

nl tor education as well as health and land
By RICHARD BURKHOLDER hemisphere. within the Paraguayan Cahco region.
Alligator Staff Writer TIIOMAS ADDED THAT the main thrusts of his group'sefforts procurement Benalcazar, representative of Ecuador's Minstryof
were directed toward "problems of education and Augusto
The hemispheric Indian movement started 450 years ago health" and that AIM fully intended to reveal the difficulties Education said that the U.S.can help hemispheric Indians
when the Indians found Columbus invading and allowed him North American Indians have with the Bureau of Indian realize their goals of self-fulfillment and cultural preservation
and his successors to get away with it. said Russell Means Affairs overn le sponsored puppet tribal chiefs, and through the dispatch of technical and financial aid to
director of the American Indian Movement (AIM).
other grievances which can "be talked about across international predominantly Indian areas.
Means is one of a group of 41 Indian leaders from nine lines." Thomas said that his group's focus is not U.S. governmentaid
Latin American countries the United States and Canada Tony Gomes representative of the U.S. government's or solutions but toward the World Court and the United
meeting at the J. Wayne Reitz Union this week for the 25th Interamerican Foundation said that his organization is. in Nations for their potential help in the solving of North
annual Latin American conference. part, financially backing the conference because of the American Indian problems.'Stereotypes'
THE CONFERENCE, sponsored by the Center for Latin "express need for the interchange of ideas between Indian
American Studies is entitled "The First Americans Speak leaders" concerning their perceptions of common problemsand
Up." causes.
William E. Carter center director said that "the purposeof He said that the Foundation presently finances more then
the conference is to make a platform so that the 'white 350 peasant movements, local cooperatives and other projectsin
world will have an understanding of Indian problems as the Latin America and the Caribbean. topic of lectureA
Indian sees them. TOM ATCITTY, president of the Navajo Community
"The conference" he said "will give these indigenous College in Arizona asserted that "the educative problems in
leaders for the tint time an opportunity to share insights Bolivia are the same basic types of things that have plagued lecture discussion on"Stereotypes and Communication"
compare problems and make their voices heard by the outside North American Indians since the time they signed the peace emphasizing racial and sex role stereotypes will be presented
world." treaty with the U.S. government 100 years ago--"a treaty that Wednesday evening in the J.Wayne Reitz Union.
"The topics of discussion will be determined by the leadersso has yet to be completely fulfilled by the U.S. government," he Jim Carter clinical social worker at Student Mental Health
as to insure that their views are grass roots/" Carter said. added. Services will speak from 7:30: to 9:30 p.m. in Rooms 122 and
John Thomas spokesman for AIM said that Means'group Alberto Santa Cruz representative of the Paraguayan 123 in the Union.
was present in order to "exchange ideas and develop Chulupi Indians, said that his interests were more This is the fifth in a series of seven lectures co-sponsored by
relationships with red brothers from other parts of the widespread. His group had plans to discuss a broadscale Student Mental Health Services and the Union.IITETtIii.

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1017 W.Univ.rsit the next century-and far Alligator Staff Writer.
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THE CORNER DRUG STORE A letter-writing campaign
378-1588 has been undertaken by UFsPublic
Berkley paperback 51.95 Interest Research
Group (PIRG) to urge UF
President Robert Q. Marston
to declare the consumer
group's 1972-73 petitionvalid.
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: behind us. they should
write to Marston even if its
only a one-line letter," said
: Roxann Marietta, presidentof
UF's PIRG."Hopefully .
Marston will
give us his decision Monday,"
:.' Marietta said.

l decision made Friday by
$125.001Now : Arthur Sandeen. vice
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ir i' president for student affairs.
: Sandeen said the petition is
'r- invalid because it is not
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Pr ,PIRG has worked three
years' to establish itself as a

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students was collected in
7' 3r 1972-73 and submitted for

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l administration that year
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\ would not accept a refundablefee
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program as stated on the

7 8 9 DELAY, 'the administrationnow
refuses to accept the
petitions because there are

4 a s sX 18.600 new students who were
not here when the original
petition was signed, Marietta
1 2 3
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I not be forced to fund
P1RO. They will be able to
check on their fee cards
whether or not they want to
f 11 give money to the group
Marietta said.
"We feel it is a free
choice," Marietta said.
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The lndpncUnt Florida Alligator.! Wednesday. ,Febivary It. 197S

Joe Super

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Conviction.from -
( page one) DEITEL WAS A MEMBER of the 16. Goes -
president Jan. 29 citing "personal reasons." person task force comprised of students. STARtiNG
according to )FC President Don Emerson. faculty and administrators initiated last TODAY Lpspec-
Emerson said he did not know anything quarter by Sandeen to study the UF honor
about Deitel's involvement in the cheating system. The task force is studying among
scandal. .other things whether the Honor Court should Crazy
Deitel declined to comment to The be modified or discontinued. i. $1.25
Alligator on his conviction in a Feb. 3 Meanwhile, Marmish announced Mondaythe
telephone conversation from his home near cheating investigation would be halted ANY SANDWICH
West Palm Beach. He would neither confirmnor pending resolution of a lawsuit to open Honor (EXCEPT GATOR TAIL)
deny the conviction. Court hearings to the public and the press.
Instead, he said he would answer The Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green on,Feb. 7 FOR INCLUDING A BEER
Alligator's questions in writing, sending the issued a temporary injunction against holding 6 5 C A PITCHER OR SOFT DRINK
answers by registered mail the nut day. closed hearings in response to suits filed by POTATO CHIPS & PICKLE
THE LETTER had not arrived as of The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun and UF OF BEER
Tuesday. Feb. 18. Numerous attempts to law student Judy Collins.A WITH ANY PIZZA7P.M.10P.M.
contact Deitel again during the last two weeks final hearing on the suits, which contend PITCHERSONLY
have been unsuccessful. closed hearings violate Florida's Government- .
Deitel was brought to summary trial, after in-the-Sunshine Law and ask'that the injunction '
he confessed, about 'a week before Honor be made permanent, is expected in '' : ANY DAY $1.00
Court officials had said trials related to the about 20 days. :
scandal would begin. At that time Honor UF Attorney Tom Biggs said Tuesday he ,
Court Chief Defense Counsel Byron Peterson mailed a motion to the First District Court of .' "' '/$1Ii',t"!'" said the first student was tried early because Appeals in Tallahassee"asking that Green's ', ENDS
"the student's mother was critically ill." injunction be lifted. Green has denied two FEB. 28
Deitel's mother Mrs. Charles Deitel told previous motions by UF to lift the injunction.Ann .
The Alligator in a phone conversation Feb. 3 Powers, the IFC .secretary who confirmed
she had recently returned from a hospital stay Deitel's conviction to The Alligator,
"I'm not seriously ill.Deitel's ." "shocked" when she learned of
but said said she was
Open 'til 4 TM 1515 SW 13th St.
his involvement."I
parents said they had no
knowledge of their son's involvement in the 1 was really disappointed. I was caught off
cheating scandal. guard," she said.


Alligator Staff Writer Friday at 8:30 p.m. at the Hillel Student
Center. For further information call 372-'

meet tonight at 7 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union JEWISH STUDENT NEWSPAPER will
room 150-B. For further.information call 378- meet Thursday at 8 p.m.. at Hillel.. Attendanceis
0395. mandatory. d
ARICA OPEN HOUSE will be held tonight YOUNG DEMOCRATS will meet Thursdayat
at 8 at 809 W. University Ave. This party is 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union
open to all to "celebrate fellowship among room 362. For further information call 373-
men." For further information call 3771646. 2271.
today at noon in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz
room 400. For further information call 392- Union room 346. For further information call
0398. 3783434.
profession" is the topic for the meeting COUNTY will meet tonight at 8 in the J. New from Zenith, with 6-inch interwoven lute
tonight at 7:30 in the Architecture and Fine Wayne Reitz Union room 120D. Admission is In
?nThandcauasuppers? white, tan, blue' and
Arts Auditorium room IOSB. free. For further information call 376-6746.' I red
SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON will meet HARPSICHORD RECITAL will be given by astonihingly low price of$23.00 at...
tonight at 8 featuring Ross Sproul from Black James R. Wilson Thursday night at 8:15 in
Crow and Eidsness Inc.The meeting will be in room 120 of the music building. Admission is
Floyd Hall room 213. For further informationcall free. For further information call 378-8723.
STUDENT SUPPER will be held tonight at meet Thursday night at 7:30 in the,J. Wayne
bat. 1320 W. University Ave. For further Reitz Union room 121. All engineering
information call 372-8183. Admission SI. students are invited. For further informationcall
SPEAKERS ON THE PLAZA sponsored by 377-8737. cu
Circle K featuring Executive Vice President MEDICI COURT SPECTACLES will be the
Hanson SG president Merryday and coach topic of a speech by Richard Green Thursday
Ray Graves will be held today at noon on the night at 8 in Little Hall 101, sponsored by The
plaza. Language and Literature Club.
today and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. topic of a lecture tonight at 8 in Shands
outside Library West. Sponsored by Circle K. Teaching Hospital room H-611. Admission is
SAIL CLUB will meet tonight at 7:30: in theJ. tree. For further information call 495-2654.
Wayne Reitz Unionroom 347. For further PHOTOGRAPIIY DISPLAY by Evelyne
information call 373-2030. Walborsky is being held until Feb. 24 in the
COME TOGETHER on Channel 5 WUFT Arts and Crafts Center and second floor CORTER
will: feature a special one hour show on display cases in the J. Wayne Reitz Union:
alcoholism today at 11 p.m. and Saturday at For further information call 392-1655
5:30: p.m.CIRCLE. ACCENT is accepting applications for staff,
Ki will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday in positions. Apply in the J. Wayne Reitz Union
the J. Wayne .Reitz Union room ISOC. For room 308B or call 3921613. Positions will be
further information call 392-1678. for spring 1975 through winter 1976. Open Daily 10-8 Sat 10-6 029 1 W. Univ. Ave


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i resigns, : to head study center I

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** Bj DEBBIE ERICKSON fective until April 30. The center which will organization, or universities that have more administrating for the past I 11 years," Tucker
: Alligator Staff Writer be located at Florida State University, will than one campus. said.The .
open May I. Tucker said. "The idea for the center center has two main goals to train
State University System Vice Chancellor Mautz said, "The center will be involved started two years ago when 1 began to get the people to work in multi-campus offices and to
Allan Tucker announced his resignation last with multi-campus systems like the one in the urge to get back to teaching and doing find solutions to management problems in
/week after being appointed to head a national state of Florida and systems like Ohio State research." university systems.

center,which will study multi-campus systemsof University which has three or four branch Tucker who was a professor of education. Mautz said the center is the first of its type
higher education. campuses." at Michigan State University will also teach in the nation.
Chancellor Robert Mautz announced THE CENTER will only deal with education courses at FSU. "It is being funded with money allocatedfor
Tucker's 'appointment Monday. problems in a state university system whereall "I wanted to be involved in teaching and research by the.Florida state legislature"
Tucker's resignation will not become ef of the universities in the state belong to one doing research in the same area I've been he said.

Final list for federal judgeship/ includes Crews 'I

Gainesville Circuit Court'Judge John Crews Nominating Commission will be sent to U.S. mission when it trimmed the list to five. There were originally 32 applicants for the
was one of Five men recommended Mondayfor Senators Lawton Chiles and Richard Stone Besides Crews the other four nominees are
a U.S. District Court Judgeship in both D-Fla., for final consideration.UF Hewlett Bryant a Panama City lawyer;'Erwin post.Biggs said he was "not disappointed at all"

Tallahassee.The Atty. Tom Biggs one of the nine Fleet a Ft. Walton Beach circuit judge; Fred that he was not among the five nominated.
names of the five nominees chosen by finalists for' the position vacated by David Karl former state consumer advocate; and "I 1 was very pleased to be included in the
the newly.formed Federal Judicial Middlebrooks. was eliminated by the com- William Stafford Pensacola U.S. attorney. group of nine finalists," Biggs said.

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an old story, and we've all heard it, or
variations of it.

A traffic cop pulls over a speeding car, and upon
requesting a drivers license is presented instead

with a badge.So .

the driver turns out to be a cop himself,

say. from the next city, and after a few friendly

exchanges and maybe a request to slow down, the

speeder goes on his way unticketed.Call .

it professional courtesy.

Maybe it. doesn't happen all that often, or 1.V.

maybe it happens more frequently than police

officers would like to admit. But many tend to .

dismiss such practices with a, "well, it's not that %

big a deal anyway." r{

And maybe it isn't at that level, but few would

argue that the further up you go in government the ...
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Take the Florida judiciary system for instance,

and the Florida Supreme Court in particular.
dome der
When the Judicial Qualifications Commission Der over campus

(JQC) recommended last week that Supreme Court -

Justices Hal Dekle and Joseph Boyd be removed "Ah. so you admit it then?" I said to the little man across SUTTONSATIRE
from the court for using a utility lawyers memo to the cluttered desk.
MACH! "answered Dr. Kolly Seeum (Phd MA Md Fro.
write a court opinion in a multi-million dollar
and Am), "Yes. mine boy I haf der solution to all der
utility tax case, the remaining Supreme Court problems on campus."
justices wisely deferred from passing judgment "Well?" I countered fiercely."A campus mit .II"ASTRO.TURF1"
themselves. multi-purpose geodesic dome" he said proudly.
"Huh?" "Yah. tink of the money vee vould save in lawn care"
Realizing the implications involved in judging
"Dot's it. dot's der solution. Ve build a gigantic dome "Und vee vould build huge air-lock tunnels for cars to get
their own colleagues, the justices set. up special covering der entire campus." in und out. purification equipment on top of der gym and der
panel to decide whether to accept or reject the "BRILLIANT! I exclaimed. Towers, und for power vee vould damn up.dot big schwamp
Commission's recommendation.But "Yah. You see mit der dome ve vould haf no more cold back dere to provide hydro.. ."
they made a mistake when they staffed that mornings; der inside temperature vould be controlled by "What about the alligators?"
panel with other judges, who voted 6.1 and 4.3 to heaters in der gym. Und interior lights vould prevent der "Simple, mine boy vee vould donate dem as cadavers to
only publicly reprimand the two errant judges. freshmen from being frightened in der morning by der fog. der Zoology Dept. for dissections, and den from' dere to
link of itl!l Vy. .it vould put U.of F.on der map!!1" Servomation for. ."
Professional courtesy? Maybe not, but who can' "Wait a minute where would the team play basketball "Don't say id"! 1 gave a low whistle of appreciation. "Say.
be sure? "Simple outside. Der weather vould always be nice, und how long will this thing take to build?"
That point is all but moot now since the students could sit on top of der buildings to vatch der games. "OH, I'D say roughly 15 'to 17 years."
legislature found it necessary to step in and begin Besides, der warmth from der machinery vould help der "Don't you think that students would be a bit upset about
impeachment proceedings not only against Dekle mushrooms. ." forking out over 500 dollars extra a quarter and not gettingto
"Mushrooms? enjoy the dome?
and Boyd but also against Justice David L. "Ya. ve vould grow mushrooms in der basement to raise "Ach! Dot's der selfish view. Vat about der joys of
McCain, himself suspected of a conflict of interest. money und Polygon Q could hold a "Geodesic Dome Night"at future generations? Und it vould help der local economy.
But the point remains that while the Boyd and der Rat to raise funds and promote donations.". "Veil young man excuse me. I've got der appointment. Der
Dekle cases are a long way'' from proving that "HOW MUCH would this dome cost?" Astronomy people vant to paint stars und stuff on der insideof
anything like professional 'courtesy exists in the "I haf der. answers. Ve vould build der dome out of mine dome for der planetarium."
recycled beer cans.Gator Go cartons and left-over Alligators. "Planetanum?"
believe that sit in .
judiciary, we as long as judges
Dis vould "
help cut down der material cost. Vee vould den. "YAH. "
dey vant to make der dome rotate.
judgment of their colleagues there will always be "How much is this going to cost the students?" "What about the extra cost?"

that suspicion.We "Der are two possibilities. Each student vould pay a mere "Vee vould just increase der housing rent, $109.58. und ,
think there is a better way to settle cases of S573.49 per quarter extra. ." charge admission." '

judicial misconduct. "mA 1"S outrageous! "But why paint stars on a clear dome?" -
"So? Vat can dey do? Second vee vould'raise all der food
Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin's way. It is not clear. Vindows cost money. Vee
prices on campus roughly 233 per cent above normal." vould paint stars to make it look natural. Besides SG could: I
Shevin has. recommended that the Supreme "
"They'd never stand for it. show movies in der 1
Court be stripped of its power to discipline the "Wanna bet? Dey'd never notice. Dey haf been putting up "What about during sky.the day?"
judiciary and that the power to be given over the mit it for yean" he chuckled. "IS million 2 hundred and 34 thousand 6 hundred and I
the JQC itself, with the Supreme Court having only "Any other fun fund-raising ideas?" twenty-two loo-watt'light bulbs. :

the authority to consider "glaring legal oversights"in soybeans"Vee vould increase dig enrollment up all der tennis make teachers courts to plant der "Godl! What about the plugs and socketd""Dumbkom
decisions. more, Is simple, six miles of extension cord."
auction off der library, und vould
vee replace all der grass on And with that he left.
More importantly, however Shevin recommends .
that the structure of the Commission,
\ .
currently consisting of five lay persons, two lawyersand

six judges, be changed to reflect a majority of The Independent Oovid Smith, rerrlWood

at least seven lay persons with a corresponding Editor-in.chief Managing Editor
reduction of judges and lawyers.We Florida Alligator '

think that's a good idea. As long as there

remains a suggestion of professional courtesy in (till Qme'iic&n__ David Nein' Conna Brugman Brian Joss
disciplinary proceedings the Florida judiciary will y '
_____ News Editor Layout Editor layout Editor
that taint.
carry R.A. Tony Kenduor . . . . . . . ,'. . General
And as long as Florida,voters insist on selecting James V.Cook . . . . . . .Assistant Control Manager
their judges by popular election we believe they Mrs Evelyn kit . '.' .. . :. . :. . . ManagerAdministrative Assistant by
should also be given the opportunity, through a Anne Malphurs . . P..", -:,: . . . . . . Bookkeeper CHnrl//rM CUI1I niii, if'a'if"' ''. 1/11'.
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group of their peers. to judge them when they are Tom Roy MocNoirtaro Shipp ..,:.,:.4''. ''." i:!"..,; ;.. : .'', ."...' .". '.-*. *.>'}. f'r'. !.!, .luslness. Accountant Manager, \ P.O. "*8o i:::" 13266 University
Roy McG.. Jr, :. . . . . . . \. Station. Gainesville. Florida with
suspect.We Donna lubrano ., . . . . . . . Advertising ManagerAdvertising offic.s behind the College Inn.
haven't always agreed with Shevin on hey Horper . . . . . .Special' Coordinator. 1728 West University "y. ue.
matters of justice. but we hope the legislature will Lynda Homier . '. . ,Advertising S.ctionsCoordinotor Production Business Office phone: 31""" .
back him on this one when they meet in the Diana Snyd.r .'. . . . Production ManagerEditorial Editorial Department: 376-4498.
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I I'll take my chances Mara'sFriends .

EDITOR One of the greatest advantages of this country is Florida's most attractive springs and sink holes; yet. I have
freedom'to choose one's own means of recreation. Many never"put I':
the myself into a situation which I could not control.
choose scuba diving. It offers the ?opportunity to escape The I of diver '
people object certification is to educate; so as to build up'
from the daily rat.race of"worries, anxieties, and" the "sign respect tor the laws of nature(physical and human). So-called Love is just as real
syndrome" ("no smoking "keep off the grass, etc.). "divers" who kill themselves underwater do not die from
THE SPORT of,scuba diving just like everything else on scuba diving. They die from ignorance!

this planet has its toll of accidents. For some unexplainedreason Dr. I. F. Waglow quotes diving as "the most dangerous EDITOR: This letter is written in response,to the column
though scuba diving has been singled out to be an activity on the face of the earth." Maybe for him it is. But for' by Janis Mara titled "Friends happen all the time." Page
exception. It is humanly impossible for a sport that has those of us divers who understand our own limits in an alien 8. The Independent Florida Alligator Thursday February.
become so popular and is growing so fast to have no accidents.We environment it is as safe as walking(probably safer). 13. 1975.
are all vulnerable; that's why they put erasers on THIS IS proved by the thousands of divers who enjoy the MISS MARA makes many statements that make me
pencils! Yet every time a diver is involved in an accident it is beauties of Florida springs every weekend. Sonic,members of wonder if she really has any knowledge of"love" or even of
plastered all over the front page of the 'newspapers. Funnyhow the National Association of Cave Divers even make 2,000 ft. "friendship." She, states "Love i is like being hit by
car accidents are hidden on the back page! penetrations into caves with complete safety. lightening." She goes on to say that "The trouble with
Anyway for whatever reason newspapers and government People who lack the necessary knowledge will continuallytry being hit with lightening is it doesn't ,happen very often
officials continue to condemn scuba diving. How they are to eliminate scuba diving. To those people I say "take and the effects,usually wear off." This is totally off base. If
authorities on something which requires special training, your chances in a car; I'll take mine underwater." love as millions of people throughout all time know it, is
special equipment and a special respect is beyond me.I John Phillips real it is no more likely to wear off than friendship is.
I HAVE been diving since I was thirteen in most of .. 3AR It may be true that as Miss Mara says "society's
definition of romantic love is very limited." But whether
this is true or not there are no laws that say anyone must go
along with this hypothetical definition. As with friendshipyou
need not expect your loved one to confine their interest
I only to you.
Newsmen are not authoritiesEDITOR True friendship as well as true love cannot be based on
superficialities. If it were it would not be real. Miss Mara
claims that ".. friendship develops slowly out of shared
experiences and interests." 'What does she think love
: I believe Richard Burkholder made more than a and hire an enormous number of people so that they won't be develops from? It comes from those same things and
few errors in his column last Tuesday. I would like to correctone unemployed. This is no solution to unemployment but the many others. She says she feels a strain and a need to act a
of them. prime cause. The government costs so much now (25c out of 'role around men. This could be the reason love, to her
He suggests that news and editorial commentators are every dollar earned by everyone) that to add more tax-burden "wears off' and as she also says "You fall in love and then
authorities on why pockets of poverty exist in the U.S. While on the American taxpayer(read: middle and upper-class)will you fall out." If people would stop acting a role maybe love
newsmen are usually well-read intelligent people they are not prevent the taxpayer from making enough money to spend it would not be based on superficialities so'often, and
authorities in the area of poverty or broadly economics.His on the non-essentials that enable businesses to cater to his therefore would be real.
idea for instance, that the government should run out wants and hire people to do the work. MISS MARA must be living in the 10th century to
It's very simple: man makes product man spends moneyon actually believe that"Men are supposed to come first in a
other products other people make products they spend woman's life." This applies fine if she loves him and he
The Independent money for different "other products." loves her. Also if he loves her she should come first in his
Now enter the government; government makes nothing, a life. Anyone who loves another person knows that they
Florida AlligatorDoug man who works for the government makes nothing.So want the person they love to be first and foremost in their
the man who works for a private (non-government) life and either the man or the woman should want to do
and that company must shoulder the cost of the make their happy.I .
Dial Ron Cunningham company anything they can to 'loved one
Entertainment Editor Associate Editor government. This means administrators diplomats agree that women should not confine their friendshipand
secretaries mechanics beaurbcrats janitors and assorted support to men. Furthermore men should not confine
George Kochomvc Jr. other "nice people." their friendship and support to women. I don't feel we
Photo EditorG It is glaring fact that big government is a parasite on free were put on this earth to discriminate against a person
production.The larger it becomes the more it consumesMliesmaller : because of their sex.or for any reason that society spells
leg form Mind) Kwrnon. it gets the stronger and wealthier the free man and out. Friendship and love are important between and within
Sports Editor Asst Newt Editor societies grow. sexes.
Charles Pickett The incident Miss Mara tells about in her article is a
4AS typical example of jumping to a conclusion and then
drawing into a shell. By taking her out he may or may not
find that he likes her. If she acts out a role he may not ever
get to know her. If it had been a girl she had been talkingto
I Where does the buck stop ? 7 and she asked her over for dinner or out for lunch or any
number things she,would probably have been happy to
accept. I'm surey many guys ask girls out with other ideas
than the two Miss Mara immediately imagined. It could be -
DITOR: I received a handle only student appeals. decals than parking spaces. and no nominal amount of that she is flattering herself about the guy wanting her for
Parking ticket from the UPDfor Where does the buck stop? resulting in' unjust parking food money needed for doctor to bills purchase and sex. She is putting herself down thinking the guy is.hard
parking in what was It's bad enough that the Ii nes. pay up for a date.
designated as a tow away zone University employes are Five dollars may not be very root canal various jobs to other say nothingof in- MISS MARA and many others like her male and
rid asked to pay a $5. fine. forced to pay in order to come much to an Administrator a cidentals..but beyond that female excuse me female and male need to re-evaluate
Admittedly. I did park in a to work but I think it's Dean or others who are on a it's the principle of the thing. their ideas of love and friendship so they can wake up to
pace so designated, but due outrageous when we have to much much higher pay scale Anne Herzon the fact that love and friendship aren't so different after
o what I consider pay for their administrative but to someone like me it Secretary II all. A person must be open themselves in order to have a
navoidable circumstances.Since bungling in issuing more represents a lot of hard work meaningful relationship of any kind with anyone.
Robert Todd Higgins Jr.2UC.
I pay S14 every six"onths
for a parking decal I
Burned that in return. I

could have a space in which If.'. ,.,.
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c* orcyelesoseandevhoseKignated .. .0. .. .. :.; EDITOR Janis Mara's column is a real treat. It offers all
rite of us uninspired narrow-minded hack "writers" comfortto
tow away zones. know that somehow ,somewhere we can still get our
I am a career' service' unintelligent ramblings into print.
L Ploye< and must be back in God. what crap!!

'II1Y office at I P'mfrom ... You are right. Janis any male that would ask you out
'lunch; I had to park :, I MUST be either hard up for a date or only interested in
Replace' or else wait around .flll! ill. ',': sex (you" said it. not I).' What levelheaded intelligent guy
someone to eventually pullOut > i.s i. would ever think of asking out a woman simply because he
thus of a "legal" space and 'II,: ; might just enjoy her company?,
late for work. I Got any ideas about how those ten common myths
When I brought, this up at' 'I concerning feminism got started. Janis If you're' so
the appeals court, they said I '--.- .' liberated baby.how come you always come off sounding ,
[jyw bring this up with the like a hypersensitive. sophomoric little school, girl?
University.' '' The University is Reed Gann
the body I originally tried to 3JM

appeal) to. but they told me ..''
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I was an employee.gotothecitythey. 1t7R sHSr A amtY aooo .
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Several Groups Vie as Bargaining UnitThe I

to the BOR newsletter,there
Relations Com- s
Public Employees
has under review was no agreement among the groups.
mission (PERC) UnivFroductd counsel asked rf WPERC's
position papers from a number of general Feb. 7.
employee organizations that have ex- group to file a position paper its
pressed an interest in becoming the by the Division Information !, Public- Each group was asked to indicate
bargaining unit for various segments of ationt Services to communicate official notice 4 tst position on the acceptability of the
State University System faculty and Important information to students, faculty It itatf description of the bargaining unit proposed
of Honda.
at the University newsletter noted
the UFF. The
administrative and professional employees -
the latest Board of Regents that the UFF's proposed unit was
"Memo" newsletter states. accompanied by 3,550 authorizationcards Unit FSU Law Faculty Association, unacceptable to all other units which had
PERC according to the newsletter and the American Association of Engineering Faculty of Florida, UF filed positions to intervene.
will probably hold one more-the third- University Professors (AAUP) filed a Engineering Faculty Association, UF Each group was also asked to Indicate
informal meeting with the groups before petition to intervene, filing 900 authorization IFAS Faculty Association. what order Issues should be taken,
setting a date for a formal hearing. cards to support its status, the A second informal hearing was held location and date of hearings, the
Seven organizations were representedat newsletter says. with PERC on Jan. 31 with all but the selection of a hearing officer and the
the first informal hearing following The seven organizations represented at WAS group in attendance and includingalso method of sharing the expenses of the
PERC's receipt of a petition from the the first informal hearing Jan. 14 were representatives from the Universityof hearing officer.
United Faculty'of Florida (UFF) for a UFF, AAUP, Florida Nurses Associa- Florida Law School Faculty and the The five-member PERC, which must .
consent election. UFF's petition was tion,University of Florida Health Center BOR. decide methods for determining whether
bargaining units are appropriate and, if
so, who will represent employees, also
has under consideration the BOR's

< Dr. Marston Offers Solution .. .. : recommendation regarding unit. the appropriate
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The BOR's brief advocates a system-
To 600 FreshmenThe wide bargaining unit for faculty and
Funding administrative and professional em-
ployees seeking"the largest feasible unit
of professional employees with the
,following letter from President transfer students referred to are those University of Florida will not be funded proviso that such employees share a
Robert Q. Mariton was written to who would have transferred from com- for 600 students who would be in next substantial community of interest"
Chancellor Robert Masts Feb. 11 as a munity and other colleges into the fall's Sophomore class. You have stated The brief also proposes that: ((1))
solution to the problem of funding next University of Florida next fall.President that this is not a punitive action againstthe Professional school faculty should not be
year the 600 freshmen students above Marston had not received a reply from University of Florida or the students excluded from the comprehensive unit;
this fall's quota who will be moving up Chancellor Mautz as of noon Tuesday.) involved,but a reflection of the fact that ((2)) Part-time employees working half-
Into next fall's sophomore class: (The You have informed me that the we would be over-enrolled In that class. time or more for at least three quartersof
You have reached this decision despite the preceding four quarters should be
objections raised in my letter of October included in the comprehensive unit; ((3)

Congressman Fuqua Credited. 25,1974. Department ,chairmen are "managerial
I I In view of this decision,lam preparedto employees."
reduce by 600 the number of students Chancellor Robert Mauls and IK.
With Saving University Patents'Congressman who would have transferred into the Ireland secretary of the Department of
University of Florida Sophomore Classin Administration, have reached an under-
Don Fuqua has been assistant secretary of commerce for September 1975. Presumably these standing that the BOR will represent the
credited by a high-ranking government science and technology, stated, "To the 600 students will enroll in other universities state as the "public employer" in any
official with preserving the opportunitiesfor extent that we had any bargaining powerat of the system.I hearings before PERC involving facultyor
universities to participate in the all in our confrontation with Senator trust that this will put to rest the administrative and professional em-
results of their efforts in non-nuclear Hart, the entire credit must be given to whole question of our having more ployees..
energy research.In Congressman Don Fuqua, a Florida sophomores next fall than you think Mautz-Ireland agreement also
recent paper on a new government Democrat and a member of the House appropriate.Please give me your approval contemplates that prior to any collective
patent policy, Betsy AnckeisJohnson, Science and Astronautics Committee. It of this action promptly so that our negotiations, the BOR will consult with
was he who led the successful floor fight admissions office can take the necessary the Department of Administrative on any
last September which resulted in the steps. contract language and on all Issues, but
Hall deletion of the patent policy section that especially with respect to salary, retirement
Advisor had emerged from the House Interior A&S Printouts 'Ready .insurance, leave and other items
and Insular Affairs Committee. that have direct fiscal implications.
Applications "Congressman Fuqua announced that Arts and Sciences undergraduate stu- Members of PERC are Charles Free-
4 he would lead yet another floor fight if dents participating in the pilot self-regi man, chairman, Pensacola; Vernon L.
Being Taken the House conferees brought back a stration program can pick up their Stouffer, Fort Lauderdale; Joseph
package which did not accord with those individual computer printouts in de- Brandschaln,West Palm Beach;William
principles which I, as spokesman for the partment offices weekdays from a a.m. Rose, Oldsmar, and Russel A. Smith,
Applications for student resident hall scientific community and the Admini- to 5 p.m. Naples.
advisors will be taken until April 1 at the stration,had enunciated in my testimony
West Campus Graham Office. before the Interior Committee.It was the
The half-time position requires a fear of this second floor fight potentially
bachelor degree and previous residence Jeopardizing the whole of Senate Bill Dr. Gerald Zachariah Is Named
hall work experience. Pay 1283, which brought the Senate to the
months is $3,200 and reduced rent on an conference table."
apartment. Hall Advisors must be full- Under the original bill,the governmentwould Agricultural Engineering ChairmanDr.
time students. have taken title to any patentable
Responsibilities include staff selection, invention which is conceived or first Gerald L Zachariah has been Dr. Zachariah succeeds Dr. Ernest
training and supervision of resident actually reduced to practice in the courseof named Chairman of the Agricultural Smerdon who has been named an
assistants and student volunteers, main- or under any ERDA R&D contract. As Engineering Department,in the Instituteof Assistant Dean for Research at the
tenance of physical plant, and coordina- the law now stands,there no surrenderof Food and Agricultural Sciences campus based Agricultural Experiment
ting educational programs. background patent rights as a precondition (IFAS). Station.
Contact residence life director AI Kozalat of participation in a government Prior to his appointment Dr. Zacha-
the Graham Office, 3920568. contract. riah was Professor of Agricultural
Engineering at Purdue University. He Medical Admissions;

holds B.s. and M.s. degrees In agricultural Test Forms Available

I Students Will 8e Mailed;' ,Fee University,engineering and a from Ph.D.Kansas"degree State in Applications forms are now availablefor

I agricultural engineering from Purdue. the Medical College Admissions Testin
Cards Instructions March 6 the Office of Preprofessiooal Education -
,Room 113 Anderson Hall The MCATis
scheduled for May 3. All applications
All UF students registering this week Student Accounts at the HUB, detailing ,;it The Graduate Record Examination 1"'must be postmarked by April 7.
and:next during the early registration' points to remember during,the drop.add,'" ,. will,be given Saturday, February 22., All students planning to take the
I period for Spring Quarter will be mailed and fee paying process.' Assistant Controller Students taking the exam should report Optometry College Admissions Test
..;. self-assessing fee cards and a schedule of Monte Loeb has requested that all to Carlton!Auditorium by 8:30: a.m. The scheduled for March 22,must have their
their courses on Thursday, March 6. students read the letter carefully prior to admission ticket received from ETS and applications returned to the test admini-
Students will also receive a letter from paying fees. proper identification should be brought. strator no later than March 1st.

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RECEIVER FISHER 400 lubes must sell Sanyo auto-reverse car cauette ttereo I8'xl7'trailer+ room cl ose to campus, control h-oc $90 month + ulil.$23<
tl quod 3 months with 2 air condo frost, hee house in NE. Own room, low rent + rm
tar fTECHNICOLOR' good condition 30 RMS per channel $8 e or use speakers.coll quiet frig must go furnished 2 blocks back of Norman
ao or best offer call lorry 372-5203 (A-4T- oi 377-9568 will install' cheap (a-51. make offer 3860 Archer Rd. u7 after 5pmph3772171 utilities. Call 377.4395 Keep on trying dip Hall 373-7631 (JB-3T-84-P)
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single note balanced I 1st Stage. regulator me 91 cartridge, cueing only 12 months female roommate wanted for spring Apt*. private both $99-mo+1-3utll.
.. ... A air. pressure gouge used only 3 limes old $100 but will call Glenn 378-1809 quarter"french quarter poolside opt.$73 furnished, coble TV 2712 SW 34lh St.
Cl.li _6 : 15 $213 call 376-0829 (o-3t-83-p) (A-5T-85-P) o month '4s utilities, no lease call 377. 373- 358 or 377-8440 (B-5T848 -))
8734 after 5pm (B-5T-84-P)
bushldo karate gl brand new medium
:15 J Melt in your mouth for sole brand new FM 8 track car stereo. size 15.00 best brand normally 2600
$60 also DYN AM FM 8 track BSR turntable
Nt M, w. lets rYou're new call 378-7231 osk for susan (A.IT. sublet large one br. unfurn opt. $143 per
Beef 'n Cheese with speakers good $50 deal tall 85-P)) mo available March 1 call any time 378- t 1:55 3:55w

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STEVE MtOUEEN available to see-reasonably priced call bedrooms fully furnished $1200 equity t THE
PAUL NEWMAN RO St February. oreoory 377-5325 or 472-3050 assume monthly note 75.77 or make HORSEBACK RIDING
offer must sell toll 3732064 (A-7T-85-P)
2-4woy custom built speakers-superb ROCION"M" RANCH
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377-9939 anytime (A-4T-82.P) Cute 36' Mobil Home In country dual 1347; 20 ml. So of ,,
... ,o AM FM Steno Multiplex Receiver for student or close couple air cond. Calncsvlll on now 441
I Turntable and tape with speakers Ex* awnings, storage shed asking$1400,
cellent Condition Must Sell call Ray 373-,485-2405 evenings (A-8T-85-P)
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Trailer, Color TV, Complete Scott Sound
KLUTE JANE FONDA System, Much more 378-7270 Ask for roommate wanted for two
bedroom londmark .
George (o-5t-82-p) Apt $50 50 mo. 4-
utilities 373-8984
anytime (b-5t-B3-p)
DONALD SUTHERLAND 73 Yamaha R0350 Must see new tires
front and rear must sell quick $750 call need roomote own bedr. in trail $67 STIVI 1
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LAST 'NIGHTFREE n.ver used best off.r over $100 I 373- Female roomote wanted French Quarter, REPAIR
9707 (A-2T-84-P) $56.25 a month. % utilities, poolside.Call G
GIBSON J-43 with case GREAT CONDITION 378-5853 and ask for. Joan. (b-3l-83- All Work Groton.....
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By all. it's hard for us to get
Alligator Sports Writer tournament and team most scheduling."
valuable player awards in herfouryear The women are so
Mike Udenrun, Gene Shy stay at Hibriten desperate for practice time
and Sue Chambers all have High School. that they are sometimes
(something in common, Girls' basketball at forced to use the P.K. Yonge
I They're all basketball players Hibriten included High School gymnasium.And .
I for the UF Gators. cheerleaders,a pep band, and on those rare occasions : I Ii 4
What?, A boy named Sue equal coverage with the boys' when the team is ableto
Inlaying under John Lotz team in the school newspaper schedule a workout in -
NOT EXACTLY. Miss Attendance for the games Florida Gym they often haveto ,
J Chambers is the starting often reached 800 or more-an beat the rooster out of bed ;;; i.'< A. r
I center for the not quite world excellent crowd for a women's to do so."WE'VE.
I famous Lady Gaotrs high school sporting event. HAD SOME very
I basketball team. BUT WHEN Chamberscame early practices,like 6:45: in the
The 5-11 sophomore hails to UFo she had quite an morning," Chambers said.
I!from Lenoir North Carolina adjustment to make. Not only "That's the only time we
I where she received all-county did the team lack a full-time could get the gym. so we took;
coach and its own set of it."
uniforms but they didn't even "If the guys think we're not moron
tot by io n
ti'sSUE own a regulation leather serious about basketball, then
they ought to think about us
"Last year it was very very getting up early." .has,had to put up with 6:45: A.M. practices and insultsthe
poor" she said "but things RODNEY DANGER.
have imporved." ,FIELD would sympathizewith Lady Gators. Women's 'give some''scholarships" she larger crowds.
F Well, the team has a paid the girls: they too get no tennis, swimming, and golf all said. "I'm notsaying that we "MOST PEOPLE don't
coach in Paula Welch and a respect. Earlier this year for offer semischolarshipswhich should necessarily get the even know;we have a team"
few leather basketballs example, the girls had to ( don't even compare to same amount of money she compt ined.'We, need a'
anyway ,and the girls are delay a practice when a groupof the men's athletic grants), but because the program is so new little help with publicity and
planning to buy another male students refused to for basketball.all there is to and we're not at the, same stuff"
batch of uniforms-out of leave the court unless escortedby offer is a smile and a warm level as the guys right .now So Ifwhile; driving down
their,own pocketbooks. the police."It handshake. but it's something that shouldbe 13th Street you happen to seea
BUT LEATHER was I guess degradingis AND WHILE the male worked toward." group of rough-shod girls
basketballs are useless if the word." Chambers said. athletes are given the opportunity And then there's the matterof with some rubber basketballs
there's not a court on which to "If you're going to have a to live in:Yon.Hall. att nd nce. Against trying desperately to thumb
use them. varsity sport you're going to ,Sue Chambers resides in the .Florida Tech., ,nearly 130 .their way,to the nearest gym
"The men's team pays for have to give them ,time to 'beautiful' Broward con. screaming fans filled Florida how about giving them a
upkeep of the floor so that's practice." dominiums. Gym to something less than reide.'will.you? UF women's
CHAMBERS why they're guaranteed floor Scholarships-or lack ,of "I think that to build a capacity. According: to basketball'needs all the helpit
..."things have improved" time," Chambers said "but them-is another problem for good program, you ,need, to Chambers,that was one of the can get.

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your team had been established a winning record ahead of an older, established
undefeated for two straight CHRIS GARRITY which 1 think will payoff team that's been ranked in
years had won numerous pretty soon, in the,rankings." past yean" said Davis.
tournaments and had beaten continued Schneider.Jeff So it looks as though the
three nationally ranked OPINIONstandings. Davis senior 1 158- Gators, will have to have someplace
teams, one would think they pounder says the rankings are finishers in this year's
would receive more "prejudiced."' nationals before they will be
recognition than honorable names rather .than, rank the "An example is East recognized.But. r
mention in the nation's polls. And still the Gators only entire team? Carolina." Davis said. "East one must still think, 3r
But, that is not the case reward has been an honorable This would seem to be the Carolina beat Cal Poly badly what if the Gators don't place'
concerning the UF wrestlingteam. mention ranking in the logical solution and would this year and has done well in anyone in the nationals? Does
nation's,polls. answer the question about tournaments, but because Cal that mean that the Gators
THE GATOR ,grapplershave So, one must wonder just which team is qualified to be Poly has been ranked for don't have one of the best
swept through 32 what your team has to accomplish ranked. years, they still are rated well wrestling squads in the
straight dual matches, have before it receives the Fortunately the ,Gator ahead of East Carolina." country?
won the Georgia Tech recognition it deserves. wrestling team realizes this "The poll makers won't"puta With their past record.I JEFF DAVIS
Tournament and others, have THE PEOPLE who and doesn't complain about young team in the ratings would think not. rankings"prejudiced":
crushed the second and third- determine the rankings seem the rankings just takingthe
ranked college squads to have a different perspectivewhen polls in stride and con
Montclair State 23.13 and it comes to rating the centrating on winning meets.
Mankato State 27.6 and have best wrestling teams in the "I'm somewhat disappointed 'Old White' from Atlanta
beaten Kentucky 24.18, a nation. in the rankings, but
.)\. team that has been rated as Unlike football, basketball, feel our team is living up to its
high as 15th in the NCAA and other team sports the potential," says Schneider. defeats UF rugby teamThis
rankings in wrestling are SCIINEIDER, WHO took
mostly determined on the over the head coaching duties
basis of individual per- this year from former UF past Sunday the UF White" team from Atlanta by Corripio and Roy Brewer witha
formances. Coach Keith Tennant says Rugby team lost a hard a score of 2110. Scoring for try (four points) apiece and
That's why a team like that UF is close to being fought game to the "Old the Gator Ruggers were Justo Tim Ecker with a two point
Kentucky can be beaten by a recognized as a top-notch conversion. The Florida; B
team like UFo and still be team but that it takes time. Team lost to "Old White's" B
ranked.The basis for this "I commend Coach
as highly INTRAMURALS, team by a 31.6 score.
one official told UF Coach Tennant for the job he's done Anyone,who is interested in
Gary Schneider is .that the past five years at buildinga learning how to play rugby.'is
t Kentucky has two potential very solid foundation for the Today is the final deadline for signing up for women's invited by the UF Rugby clubto
national champions in Jimmyand Gator wrestling team," independent and dormitory badminton. Independent teams .come out any Tuesday or
Joe Carr and that teamsare Schneider says. "He (Ten. should consist of two players. Dorm teams consist of five: two 'Thursday to Lake Alice fieldat
rated in that respect.IF nant) did so many things for doubles teams and one singles player. Badminton schedulesmay 5 p.m.
L TilE rankings are based the program that nobody ever be picked up in the IM office 229 Fla. Gym, Thursday. This weekend the UF
solely on individuals, why not takes ,time to think about. Schedules are available in the IM office for the following ruggers will play away at
COACH GARY SCHNEIDER rank the best wrestlers in thee Besides making wrestling a sports: Men's Dormitory aband Independent Tennis, Winter Park against Florida
disappointed tnrankings nation by their respective team sport at the universityfrom Engineering Basketball Fraternity Bowling and Little Sisters Technological. UniversityFTU
weight classes and their a club, he also has a Flag Football. ( ).


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