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: AlligatorPuoluhwJ 20; 1975 s

VOL.67. NO.85- .
by Campus Communications Inc., :Gomvsvill. Florida Not officially associated with .the' University of Florida

Summer faculty may be cut

to help reduce UF deficit W &AA

By JANET PARK Marston has not received, a reply from Executive Vice President Harold Hanson that \
Alligator Staff Writer Mautz yet.Mautz was read at the meeting. \
I indicated Tuesday he would In the letter, Hanson stressed, the problemof
The number of faculty members teaching probably accept the proposal saying, "My a department not granting a faculty
summer classes at UF may be reduced by 15 initial reaction is favorable because it solves member tenure and then losing the faculty
per cent, and possibly up to 25 per cent this the major problem which is funding." position if he or she leaves UF.
I MARSTON ALSO TOLD THE DEANSthat Hanson said there. should be a "moral
. year.Dr.. Robert Bryan interim vice president there has been no further word from Lt., commitment" on the part of the regents to
for academic affairs said Wednesday that the Gov. Jim Williams on the $1.25 million return those positions to the departments that,
'25 per cent cut will be presented to UF requested from state incidental funds., followed tenure criteria. denied tenure to an sACADEMIC
President ,Dr. Robert Q. Marston as 'one of Marston said. "We may not get it. The unqualified' person and lost the faculty
several measures to help meet a budget lieutenant governor said he would also have to' position.
deficit. consider the needs of other state agencies." Bryan said this type x>f tenure granting
A 15 PER CENT REDUCTION would The implications of tenure grants this "leads into certain mediocrity. If he doesn't V.P. BRYAN
mean approximately 150 fewer faculty spring were explained in a letter from UF measure:up., deny it." ,. proposed 25 percent cut
members teaching this summer. .
Bryan said the 15 per cent redaction in '
faculty, a Council of Academic Deans
recommendation, will probably be acceptedby Morale committee endorses UC I
Marston. but the 25 per cent cutback was
"not worth the payoff." .
Bryan said the savings would be about By TOM SIIRODER
$85,000 and 'not worth it" in the face of Alligator Staff Writer
anticipated increases in summer enrollment. University College
BRYAN SAID THE 15 PER CENT cut A committee of two university presidentsand
back would reduce the Education-and- a nationally prominent professor has "
General Colleges to the summer of 1973 given almost unqualified support to ] Evaluation
budget level. University College (UC) Dean Bob BurfonBrown. /
In other business. Marston told the deans .
his measure to reduce the number of UF President Robert Q. Marston reportedthe
sophomore transfers to UF by 600 'would preliminary findings of the committee at a Boston University;; and Dr. Eric Goldman to take the matter to the University Senate
preserve state funding, in view of the 600 Wednesday press conference. Rollins Professor of History at Princeton Professional Standards and Relations
extra freshmen admitted this year. "TilE' COMMITTEE found convincingreasons University conducted the evaluation in closed Committee last spring.
"The number of sophomore transfers, to for commending and endorsing the session and would not comment on the The subsequent investigation by the senate
University College will bereduced from: 1.318 administration of Dean Brown and the progress of the investigation. committee turned ,up anonymous allegationsby
this year to about 700 this September direction in which he is taking the college" MARSTON SAID the committee assured UC faculty charging Brown with
Marston said.THREATENED. Marston said. him they had gathered enough information to threatening reprisal for criticism his ad-
WITH LOSS OF state He said the committee had left Gainesville be confident of their findings. ministration.
funding for, 600 students admitted above a early Wednesday morning and would submita The ''committee examined UC records BROWN WAS ALSO charged with
Board of Regents enrollment cap of 2,900 final written report within a week. reports from evaluation committees includinga : physically mishandling, during the previousyear
Marston wrote to' Chancellor of the State The' committee consisting of Dr. James UC advisory board morale investigation and the then assistant dean of UC Ronald
University System Robert Mautz proposingthe McCain,' president of Kansas State interviewed more than 50 administrators, ,Bailey. ,
limitation of sophomore transfers. University: Dr. John Silber, president ofAnchor's faculty and students, Marston said. On June 3 Interim UF President E.T. York
Albert Guy; president of the UF chapter of wrote a letter to State Universtity System
.. ..
",' "( the United Faculty of Florida called the Chancellor Robert Mautz reporting that
committee report a "whitewash.". Brown had been reprimanded for the
"I DON'T THINK there is any doubt that altercation the previous year and was not
this report represents a whitewash of the friends with Bailey.
t scandalous situation in UC" Guy said. York told Mautz later in the letter, UC
Guy,said the committee out a collection of opposition to ,Brown's appointment of Sch-
anonymous charges made against Brown in meling was: caused by opposition to changesin
i last spring's University Senate investigation of the college.
UC morale., "WE CAN NOT otherwise comprehend the
/ ,. e"Obviously people' were ,saying things opposition to him, for he is a young, vigorous f
;.>> anonymously to the senate committee they did teacher and scholar with an excellent recordof
.'ti. not say to the outside 'committee. There is a accomplishment and splendid training;'
fear in UC that is unbelievable" Guy said. York wrote.
: DON MURRAY a' UF humanities York also dismissed charges of an 'undemocratic -
l'. professor, said the committee's report would. administration as unsubstantial.A .
not convince Brown's.critics."The : survey conducted by the ,senate ,comp
people who have been most vocal will mittee which was made public: this fall. indicated -
feel this is a whitewash.. There,is'no'way to a majority of UC. faculty rated college
convince,them it isn't." Murray said. morale unsatisfactory., '
Murray said .he believed the 'people 'who THE COMMITTEE'S report to ,Marston
have been most critical of Brown often are prompted him to order a special evaluation of
those who are most vulnerable to criticism of UC by a committee drawn from. outside.
their capibilities or performance."FOR Florida.
ALL PRACTICAL purposes,the old Brown said he did not believe the results of
UC no longer exists. We are !in a competitive the survey were accurate and suggested the
situation and we are trying to attract qualitypeople. UC advisory, board, an elected faculty
.Brown.,'is requiring UC faculty to meet committee,. conduct another morale survey.
the standards of the rest of the university," The three and one-half month investigationby
Murray said.. the UC committee indicated 74 per cent of
Brown has been a"center since he was appointed dean three years ago: HOWEVER, A, MAJORITY 'of faculty
> Teaching small; infants to swim' throOgh operant 'His appointment of;;Gareth, Schmeling ,as 'were dissatisfied' with .administration.. of
conditioning Is,' Harvey'Bamitt's, technique to help chairman.of the 'anities'department over j
aweigh prevent children from accidental, drowning*. For the unanimous recommendation of a faculty .
Harvey's story, see page f five. sea.rfh>pr injitte4ptnpfl

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,HILLSBOROUGH. Calif. ,(UPI) -, posed a painful dilemma for.her, parents.
who love, them both.
i heiress Patty Hearst will mark her,
Missin Fugitive Thursday-somewhere. if But her father.San Francisco Examiner
2lt Birthday
President Randolph A. Hearst discussing
is alive.
she still
last saw what his daughter should do wherever she
19 hen her'parents
more than .She'was is. said recently. "It's up to her: she's of
than ago.
her. more year .
SUE WAS about to be married then. age: she's a"woman. She can do whatever

a year, looking ahead to being the wife of a she wants.
teacher planning the small details of a big Patty was kidnapped from her Berkeley
apartment Feb. 4. 1974. by members of the

she would wedding.Whatever her parents thought then Symbionese Liberation Army, a small

t about that plunge into womanhood band of revolutionaries. She said later by

blessed by tradition if not always by happy tape recording that she had joined her

be 21today endings a nightmare they could not have captors' cause.
imagined was about to enter her life and She has been unheard of by the world
theirs. since last June 7 when in a tape recordingshe

,She was kidnapped,then announced she declared her love for SLA member

had joined her captors and became herselfa Willie Wolfe, who was killed a month
revolutionary. before with the I SLA band in a Shootout

RECONCILING THE two Pattvs-the with Los Angeles police.

19-year-old bride-to-be and the 11-year- ,She is wanted on, numerous state and

old "Tania" the revolutionary who condemned federal fugitive charges including bank

I them while millions listened-has robbery.

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nixes tax

/capsule ALLAN J. GCNOER Congress

I Ford veto seen "

I Ford ready .

WASHINGTON (UPI)- The Senate approved,and some of the tax to remain,In'etTed.
I/ compromise sent to the ',White ,House Wednesday legislation By executive order; Ford imposed'a$1 a barrel tax on

suspending' for 90 days President Ford's tax on im' imported oil Feb. I I'' which,would climb to $3 a barrel

WASHINGTON (UPI) President Ford was reported ported oil. April 1.THE I.

Wednesday ready to compromise on. parts of his controversial ,The vote was 66 to '28... THREE-tler tax was imposed in! ,an'effort to

t energy: :program,.but the White ,House insisted that nothing FORD ,WAS expected to swiftly veto the measure 'drive down consumption of :oil products. especially
f will happen'until Congressional Democrats come up with a and Democrats feared the President's "greatest gasoline.
better idea. pressure ever",could: win him enough Senate votes to The vote came only hours after Ford and the heavily-
I In other economic developments,a presidential adviser tolda sustain the veto. Democratic ,Congress displayed the strongest indications

convention of state governors that Ford might offer anothertax The Senate approved the,suspension passed earlier so far that' they may'be moving toward a

cut in'1976 if unemployment stays high and the recession: by the House,after rejecting Republican moves to allow compromise on energy policy.
fails to bottom-out. ,Democrats who originally were ,confident that they
,A i so,',Press Secretary Ron Nessen reported that Ford had could override the veto appeared much less sure after
decided to"tilt",toward hI Bier gasoline prices as a means of Papers bring 'Indictment Ford's whirlwind'lobbying campaign.

holding down increases in the cost of home heating oil.jet fuel WASHINGTON '(UPI) A Watergate Grand Jury

and other petroleum products.Commffee Wednesday indicted an attorney and a document appraiserfor

their,part in backdating former President Richard M. Wages drop' In January
/ passes rebate Nixon's gift of vice presidential papers to the National Ar

chives., WASHINGTON (UP) American wage earners' pay
:WASHINGTON (UPI) The House Ways and Means The Nixon 1969 tax ,return showed the gift, valued at decreased in January'for the third consecutive month and

'Committee' Wednesday gave final approval to a S21.3 billionto SS67OOO..was made on March 27, 1969., In actuality the farmers' income dropped for the fourth month running the

rebate up to $200 to every taxpayer this year and furthercut papers granting the gift were signed and notarized: April 10 Commerce Department said Wednesday.

taxes in, 1975. 1970-well after Congress passed a law sharply cutting back Unemployment insurance, a big factor, ,in the ad-
But when committee members again turned back liberal tax benefits for gifts made after July 25. 1969. ministration's recessionary: budget, rose-$1.8 billion, about

efforts" to 'attach, an amendment ending the Oil, Depletion The indictment named Los Angeles attorney Frank the same as in December.

Allowance meant that a fight over the loophole could delay Demarcq Jr.. 49 and Chicago appraiser Ralph G. Newman. When retirement benefits,interest payments. Welfare and

House action 'on the'tax cut bill. 63. rental income were' added to wages and salaries, overall

The committee bill completed Feb. 6 but ,not formally Former White House' Deputy Asst. Edward L Morgan, personal income went up two-tenths of 1 per cent in January,

approved until Wednesday.would grant a rebate of 10 percent who-already has pleaded guitly fo his part in backdating the a national total of 2.6 billion., The seasonally adjusted annual

of 1974 taxes up to a maximum of$200. sift was named 'an unindicted co-conspirator. rate would be 1193.6 billion ($1.2 trillion).

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:Facility cutbacks: not' enough to meet budget :1 1By

JANET PARK year's. of the the deans with -
most positions can part non-renewal of contracts.
and BUT VICE PRESIDENT FOR are at the lower levels.
111' The $323.000 difference between what UF's
KAREN MEYER ACADEMIC Affairs Robert Bryan maintainsthat estimated about 55 of the 89 '
Bryan :
89 will ;;and what the
positions generate:
< Alligator St Wrlten
leaving 89 positions, unfilled-20. more posi i9P'ilJ be vacated. through normal :'
than the >regents requested-will'only bring a attrition:=..retirement: 'transferrals, death. regents* .,have, tentatively r called i for could
UF will be unable to meet salary ex savings of about $1.2 million. Gene Hemp, interim assistant vice- possibly "be made up in other budgets
penditure cutback proposal requested by the Bryan said the $323,000 difference in president for academic affairs, said,UF would Bryan said..
,Board of Regents next year, even by cutting calculations occurred because "most of them "probably have to pull back",on funding the
back 89 faculty'positions.., were instructor level,positions worth $9.000- summer session by about 15 per cent, leaving Bryan suggested J. Hillis Miller Health
Regents have requested UF cut back 69 $10,000." about 22 more positions unfilled. Center and 'the Institute of Food and ,
faculty positions to come up with $1.54 Askew made the proposal, estimating each Although the regents are only asking for 69 Agricultural Sciences "might take on a little
million, to meet Gov. Reubin Askew's position would be worth 22333.' positions back Bryan said the financial bit of the burden," by absorbing some faculty
recommendations that, state universities WHILE RETIRING PERSONS WILL situation now confronting the universitiesmay position cuts in their budgets instead pf the
operate at a budget less than or equal to this produce more savings in salary, Bryan' said mean some positions will be vacated by Education and General budget. '

I Hanson Merryday speak on financial problems:1:

'By JANET TAYLOR and to improve instructional academic ANOTHER FACTOR is a policy change by ,electricity, to married housing, the city
Alligator Staff Writer programs. the city of Gainesville concerning a 10 per commission decided UF also must pay the
HANSON ALSO ,SAID he wants to cent utility tax.
About 100 students Wednesday gatheredon "structure: -our academic activities and Because UF is a state agency,'it has not had tax.This 10 per cent utility tax is also a part of 'I
the Plaza of the Americas to hear three UF programs so they will address themselves to to pay this tax, but when it began selling the rent increase, said Merryday.
officials speak on the economic and academic the problems students will face when out of
problems of UF. school." '

Circle K sponsored the program, which Graves was questioned by a student as to,
featured guest speakers Coach Ray Graves, why he requested ,funds for the athletic
athletic director;' Dr. Harold Hanson, department when the library cannot buy new ,# : ;'
executive vice president and Steve Merryday, books. : I I'N
student body president. Graves explained he had asked only for a
MERRYDAY SAID UF can afford to builda 10 per cent increase in scholarship funds to
mass seating facility, even though it can't adjust for inflation in he cost of education,
afford to run its air conditioners, hire more and room and board expenses.
employes and buy new'books for the library, Merryday said: the athletic department'sfunds
because the money would come from'' a different come from activity and service fees and
fund. not from the state legislature.
The mass seating facility is a non-recurring ,"THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT'Sfunds
expense and will be funded by the legislaturefrom have nothing to do with the library,"
repaid loans from the Department of Merryday said.Merryday .
Transportation, according to the student said the activity and service fee
body president. money also subsidizes student athletic tickets.He .
Merryday said the legislature funds the said the money could be taken from
operating expenses of UF and will continue to Graves and used elsewhere but Graves would
do so from recurring funds such as propertyand respond by raising the,price of tickets.
sales tax.Merryday "1 don't see the point in taking money out ;I
and Hanson reassured students of one pocket and putting it in the other," k fi I
that economic conditions were not as bad as Merryday said.
they seem to be. ONE STUDENT ASKED why the rent in
HANSON SAID faculty feel insecure and married housing complexes is being raised to

uncomfortable during this time of trouble. cover utility hikes when, students paid their __h _
Either they do not believe it when the, own utility bills. ,
administration says participating members of Merryday said some married housing
the UF community will not lose their jobs, or complexes cost more to operate than others.In .
they accuse' the administration of having the past some of the cheaper complexeshave

money hidden 'away, he, said. helped subsidize the ,more expensiveones. photo by eric estrin
Hanson said "We are going to ,protect? '
people," This inequity is being corrected and is STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT STEVE MERRYDAY ADDRESSES CROWD
Hanson asked for ,student ideas ,and, partially thr ause of the rent increase. ,
left and Harold look
Athletic Director Ray Graves, V.P. Hanson right, on
suggestions of methods to conserve energy Merryday said.


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. Senate gives funds to career placement center I IBy

must be approved two more times before
JANET TAYLOR capabilities of the center according to Greg aiding the students.interview cubicles will be will go into effect.
Alligator Staff Writer Sherman. SG treasurer. Seven student The senate also approved on first
be used by recruiting employes reading
The five programs include: purchased to 52972.51: for: the Vita Parcours Fitness Park

The Student Senate Tuesday defeated the reproduction of student qualification to interview students. PRESIDENT OF which is a' two mile running track withexercise
Run Law that would require SG records KEVIN MALONE,
Resign to and stations at strategic points.
his gavel
officers their office to run for reproduction of student ressmes student senate, handed over
to resign present bill. He said if The dirt track will be plowed by the
another SG post unless they were running for purchase of' seven student interview stepped down to speak interviewing on the facilities, Physical Plant Division, to widen and level it
UF has better
re-election to the same office. cubicles and build steps in eroded areas. Most
and more of the
The purpose of the law Was to prevent purchase of a microfilm system to store prospective! employers from larger UF. 52.972 will pay the Physical Plant Division for
will to
prosperous firms come
candidates from using their present positionin student records its work.

their campaign said Sen David Cardwell. development of a computer program The most expensive portion of the ,bill is The senate approved on first reading
SEN. KEN OFGANG SAID the main which would match graduating students withpotential 510.500 for development of 'the computer revision in the police liaison committee a

objection to the law was discontinuity. Many employes.The ,program. membership. The old committee membership
J senators said vacating an office would disruptthe most controversial program was the ,Sherman said 510.000 will pay the salary ofa contained the ,SO president. Chief
functioning! of,the 'office: microfilm system which will make storage and systems analyst for one year who must be University Police Department (UPD), three

The Resign to Run Law was defeated on retrieval ,of student records more efficient. hired to convert computers which are being members of the student senate and three

third reading.In Greg Sherman student government treasurer ,given to the placement center.' The analyst elected students.

,other business the senate approved on said.SENATOR will only, be needed for,one.year.: The senate has changed the membership to
transfer S23.881.48
first reading a request to
COMPUTER FOR THE MAT consist of three SG members one from each
from the Activity and Service ,Fee Reserve .microfilm system would not benefit students THE ,
',CHING was given to UPs: branch government, two students not. affiliated -
Account to'the Career Planning and would. just help the employes of the career program
Placement,Center. center., ,placement center by the National with SG chosen at large by student

THE MONEY WOULD BE USED to fund Sherman said the personnel will be freed to Organization for Career Planning and body president: Chief of UPD and two of his
said Sherman. He said it is valued subordinates chosen by him and two membersof
five programs to increase the efficiency and spend ,more time in personal contact and Placement
between S60,000'and 570,000. the faculty or, staff ,appointed by the

The bill was, approved on first reading but director for judicial! affairs.

_ I "Fund increase requestedBy

,! Students lose job fightsBy I
LESLIE GaLA than half a million dollars have been cashedin

f Alligator St Writer the Union's checking service in the last six -
months. DOUG HATCH BAILEY MAINTAINS he was fired shortly

f, The J. Wayne Reitz Union' Board of THE BOARD MADE .A LUMP sum Alligator Staff,Writer after contacting .'Joe Braxton of the International

Managers Wednesday requested' ,35.000, request' of .$886.274 from ASFAC for, the Association of Fire Fighters to
I ,from the Activity ,and Service Fee Advisory 1975-76 Union budget.This sum is to cover The Alachua County Commission has find out about the collective bargaining

J Council(ASFAQ to establish a revolving fund operating costs for the Union.The sum this refused to rehire two UF students who were provisions of. the ,public employe collective

for the Union's check cashing policy. 'budget request was the same as the 1974.75 formerly employed,by the county. bargaining bill.
f The managers requested the 535,000 from request. One of the two students. Keith Bailey 4IM, Braxton backed up Bailey's statement that,

ASFAC because the 523.000 in-the present, In ,other: business, 'the board approved said he; will go to court to get rehired by the he ,was approached on the collective

check cashing fund i is insufficient to cover the operating policies and procedures for, the Alachua Ambulance Service and collect back bargaining bill

amount of checks to be cashed on, the Orange and Brew a new, coffee house on the 'pay. THE OTHER UF STUDENT, ,Deborah
weekends ground floor of the Union. MI' AM GOING to talk to my attorney Knopman, 4AS, who was fired Dec. 31 by the

THIS FUND WOULD BE! USED only for Beer, sandwiches and other light snacks tomorrow and see about going to court," Department of Corrections, said. "I just don't

the purpose of cashing checks, and would not will be.served. Any UF student and students Bailey said. know what 1 will do."
be merged with the Union's general operating from other colleges may use the facility. Bailey was fired Jan. 2 by the ambulance Knopman said she was fired for problemswith
funds. "? service for breaking two rules, which he says paperwork on the Inmate's Trust Fund,

Any losses due bad checks would be absorbed The general policy is that eligibility need was not the actual reason he was fired. which she administers on her shift.

by the Union. If the service should not be established before people are served Atachua Ambulance Service Director The trust fund, which consists of all the

stop or if Student Government needs the unless there is a question of age. Beazy Stephens says Bailey was fired becausehe money in the possession of persons booked

funds then the 535.000 would be'returned. The board also established an ad hoc attended a party to eat a meal on Dec. 23 into the Alachua County Adult Detention

According to W.E. Rion. the director of the committee to evaluate the Servomation while on duty and made an unauthorized stop Facility, wasn't missing any money, just a
Union. more than 39.000 checks and more service and facilities in the Union. that same night. receipt. Knopman said.SELECTED .


I They all agree... t ARTIST IN RESIDENCE Grecian

Jean.Claude Van FeastFEB.
Itallle. playwright of
the modern theatre
will be at the 25 6:30 P.M.
;. University of Florida
4 x as an Artlst.ln.Resldnce .
; March 2...
I u y this time he will be 4th FLOORJ.

ON MORE 4 workshops seminars In creative and WAYNE REITZ

10 BEST LISTS R writing directing, acting as well and as UNION

THAN AMY OTHER FUNOFTHEYEAR : Y y peaking lectures and In to mass Individual

classes. In
addition there will Ii..
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All Union actlvltlit himself available to
; ) J" t", are free Ind o
1 the public. Because attendance for most I Individuals I I l I In
; things Is limited,registration by phone will Lounges 122 a. 123,
be held beginning February 17 JWRU, depending on
on I firs
/ flMf/fi.ALUCASFIMUO COrvoiCoroduewn .. ,, ; come, first'served basis. his time.
CANOOMK.MACKtNKMUJPS.ONWWUIMt'WXfMN J,CKWMMn Actors limit Workshop: Tues. wed. March a. s
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C*CtORGC LUCAS or*QlCMU, Ml t WUADO HACK OMCfed GEORGE LUCAS Based on the Internationally-acclaimed 2:00'4:00: p.m., Ballroom, I .
C* adue.d by A LHfISII.GAR\ 1CUIIZ.-'eN fIICMI oftONCOLOH III'fAAHOS FOIOCOI'I'OlA by Edmundo ".,,0.', this, the first post- work JWRU.instructions: wear Th.'program y! will/ Include{ on

.,.....YMY.1.1....ya wM.M_.we.F., revolutionary Cuban feature film available In and SOft clothes soled or leotards 'assemblage of artifacts,
the U.S., I Is a study of the alienation of a Shoel. or ballet exhibits and .".
PG w.MKIITftiWMKfMMtnU..r .-.,'.rM M..RM.NI I bourgeois intellectual caught In the midst of limit Creative'20: Writing seminars, Mon. a. Tue,.. March t 4Ballroom music tertalnmenf, from the home .
the ,rapidly chang In social 10:00'12: Noon, ,
; reality( of JWRU.Instructions country a* well o. a feasting
Cuba. : BringDirector's .
revolutionary With sophisticated food.
and Grecian
ThurFeb.20, '7:00,9:30: ; : ';,. cinematic technique;the.film reveals Cuban Workshop: Thurl.,M.rch 6 pencils,2 00 upon typical
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attend 4.30 Monday
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:jJIj Swimming forsucviva:1/ :

3& little folks /earnthroughBarnett

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Left alone for only a few minutes two-and-a-half-year-old
Ian dropped a stick into the backyard swimming pool. Tryingto 55"k4. gst"t
reach it, he tumbled into the water.'
His mother, inside the house putting groceries away was
ij'; overcome by a strange feeling and hurried to the window to
i look for Ian.
She noticed the pool water was rough and saw her son's
'] t0'Y' Ya head bobbing in the water, and ran frantically toward the

c in a letter she.wrote, "As I approached the pool my g
panic cooled. I saw Ian in the very center of the pool floatingon
his back, gasping for air, not screaming, but panting. I
jumped in, pulled him out kept my cool -bent him over my
knees and slapped his back. He coughed and then passed a
huge burp of air. He was cold and frightened I began to The lessons are given five times a week and usually continue -
shake. AliI I could think of was you. I thank God I met you." for two or three weeks.
THIS LETTER is one of 35 similar letters received by "The child stays in the lessons until I'm satisfied or until
Harvey Barnett, a UF doctoral student in educational the parents are satisfied" Barnett said.
psychology who taught Ian and many other children to swim. The mothers remain by the pool during the lessons and
Barnet 26, has taught more than 3,000 children betweenthe help chart their children's progress using a stop watch and
ages of three months and six years, including several swimming behavior chart.
F blind, mentally retarded and other physically handicapped "IT BOTHERS ME a great deal to see him cry," said Pat
children to swim. Toskes. discussion her son, I'/i-year-old S't'even.
> Barnett said 99.7 per cent of his students successfully However,she added. "I feel it is a necessity that he can take
completed'their lessons. care of himself in the water."
x "Only eight have failed," he said. Another mother merely smiled when'her 4-year-old yelled
He quickly added, "Actually, the parents failed." and tried to pull away from her instructor.
According to Barnett, these eight students were removed Regina Winter calmly timed the number of kicks per
from the lessons by parents who couldn't bear to see them cry second as three-year-old Danon whimpered, "I want my
in the water. momma."
WHEN BARNETT WAS 19, he was teaching swimming to A BOARD COVERED with shag carpeting was then
YRw children between the ages of 7 and 12 years old. Then he placed in the water. Blonde-haired wide-eyed Canaan Rubin
learned that an infant neighbor had drowned."It 29 months, scrambled up the board while being splashed
really upset me. I realized: I was teaching the wrong from behind.
group of kids to swim," Barnett said. The board feels slimy when wet. and serves as a simulated
>iY He began working on a method for teaching infants to pond or lake. Barnett wants his students to be prepared to
swim. survive in any possible situation.
He wrote a book"Precision Strokes for Little Folks," which Although many doctors'children have taken the lessons
explains his scientific method. the American Academy of Pediatrics have refused to
HIS TECHNIQUE IS BASED on operant conditiong. recognize Barnett's method..
Barnett places a child in a situation where a particular They say that young children will not retain the ability to
behavioral response is desired. He instantly rewards the swim, Barnett said.
appropriate behavior so that child will respond in the same However, he said he could show a 96 per cent retention of
way when faced with a similar situation.The swimming skills after one year, with no swimming during the
reward, or "reinforcer"is squeeze tothe chest which
makes the child feel secure. compared the ability to swim with riding a bike.
HE CONDITIONS HIS STUDENTS to swim immediatelyto "ONCE YOU LEARN, you never forget," he said.
the side of the pool and climb out of the water. Barnett said the learning ability of a small child should not
Approximately 4,000 children under the age of 6 drown be underestimated.
each year Barnett said. "People don't respect the intelligence of little human
Each swimming.lesson is given on a one-to-one basis in a beings," he said.
> privately-owned pool and lasts approximately 10 minutes. The The intelligence of small children "is amazing." With a
kochaniec lessons are short because a child is very sensitive to the grin he added "Sometimes the child teaches me more than I
photos by george jr.. coldness of water, Barnett said. teach him."


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If the statue is interpreted by the HUM to limit all
STUART EMMRICH stitution was clear in its meaning should not be changed by
including those in cheating violations to 60 days after the
Alligator Staff Writer the THERE BOM. IS NO BASIS for construction and interpretationif offense is committed then substantial numbers of students

the language of the statute is clear plain and without who, may have cheated on fall quarter mid-terms cannot be
charged by the Honor Court.
The Board of Masters (BOM) is expected to rule today on ambiguity, Petersen said. STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
in its THE on mid-term
Petersen agreed that the prosecution was hampered
whether or not a 60-day statute of limitations on Honor Court last Friday and Honor Court
violations ran out officials
"constitutional rightsof
offenses should be extended when it applies to cheating investigation by the statute but said the to file "significant
charges.The the defendents had to be protected." they were" still expecting. numbers of

BOM heard arguments from UF Honor Court defense r. ..-.. charges.Prosecution officials said they have been hampered in their
and prosecution officials Wednesday evening on how the t"> investigation by the widespread scope of alleged
> cheating in
Student Body Constitution should be interpreted in cheating : Administration
I the College of Business last quarter and
offenses. The BOM is formal this by a
expected to give a opinion ,
afternoon. circuit court injunction against closed Honor Court hearingsand

THE STATUTE STATES that studentfor 'F':"" trials.
charges against a
The injunction issued Feb. 7 by Gainesville Circuit Court
an Honor Code violation which includes cheating
R.A. Green prohibits closed hearings
stealing and passing bad checks must be brought by the Judge until a
decision be reached on whether the hearings
can come under
prosecution within 60 school days after the date of the .
violation.But 1 the "Sunshine Law" provisions.A
Honor Court Prosecutor Scott Knox argued the 60-day >' scheduled in
limit on cheating changes should begin once the cheating is ,,. approximately 20 days.
the BOM that the injunction and the
uncovered and not when it occurs. Knox told uncertain
Knox explained that cheating constitutes fraud and under ,,' future of Honor Court hearings" had caused the investigationsto
civil law procedures a fraud offense is not considered. to have 1,0, come to a, "grinding halt.
Knox explained students were not coming into the Honor
been committed until it comes to light. ,.
Knox said the current student body statute as it has been 1" Court to voluunteer information about possible cheating or to
followed in the past does not make any special exceptions for !, confess that they were involved in the alleged "cheating ring."
fraud cases and would allow offenders to go free if the offensewas 'f} "They(the students) are afraid of what is going to happento
not discovered in the first 60 school days afterward."IF ." ;,, them if their names are released to the public," Knox said.
AN ACT OF FRAUD is uncovered 61 school days afterit ,.-" HONOR COURT CHANCELLOR Robert Harris, one of
is committed the attorney general is unable to do anything G.:, the four BOM members who heard Wednesday's arguments,
about it," Knox explained."The said he would not take part in the deliberation or decision.
statute of limitations should not encourage fraud," Harris said the question deals specifically with an Honor
Knox argued adding that it now serves that purpose under \ Court rule and he did not feel he should be involved in the
the current interpretation. decision.
Honor Court Chief Defense Counsel Byron Petersen BYRON PETERSEN Honor Court Vice CHancellor Vicki Jay. the fifth memberof
arguing against the extension of the statute said the con.E.1Q '-. .says students' rights must be protected the BOM.was not present at the hearing.

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_ Music and writing provide outlets for fia prisoners I

#II inmate fool so I wonder how they really feel about "
By LINDA IIAASE motivated. "Although vsocietyeels: 'that be biggest problem is avoiding an it,
said. *
Cytus -
corrected haveto that tries to break your skull he'said. _-- *
Alligator Staff Writer silencing a man he can be we
change because we want to for you can lie said he feels he will be emigrating into a.
The prisoner sat in the Ratskellar, laughingand to anyone but yourself" he explained. contradictory society. "Society talks about the Along with Nicholson and Myers, Clytus
joking, but was serious when he said "I'm MYERS SAID, "AT UCI, they can try and crime problem and the bad morals associatedwith will be released this summer. Although these
tired but it is not effective to see films which men said they do not fear the release also,
and I want to go home. get us interested i in a job it. but they pay money '
As part of UF Arts and. Science Student unless the men want to be rehabilitated." glorify crime. They seem to be fascinated by 'it they4realize they will have to readjust.
Council's series on "Forgotten Americans," Myers, taking advantage: of the service
Robert Nicholson Philip Myers and John while he serves time for violation of parole
Gytus. inmates at Union Correctional Institute and grand larceny, said "I am paying for Evaluationfrom
(mcn.) came to UF Tuesday to talk what 1 have done for taking away a man's several instructors out of the
about the outlets they use while they reserving freedom is the worst thing anyone can do." ( page one) university.
time. What keeps him going in prison? "My the college which was regarded as "one and Brown has always maintained he followedthe
THE THREE MEN WILL BE released in music it's the only thing I have to look the same" as Brown the report said. UF constitution" and administrative policy
July but to pass time Clytus spends his time forward to." Brown explained the discontent with his "to the letter.
writing, and Nicholson and Myers play in a Serving time on a charge of arson and black administration is the result of internal THE CONTROVERSY in UC continued
prison band called the Escalators.As militancy, John Clytus spends his time problems created by changes in UC. until Wednesday the day of Brown's 50th
members of the band, Nicholson and continuing his writing career. BROWN BECAME dean in 1972. He said birthday.
Myers travel to various institutions to play "RATHER THAN WRITING about things he was told by the administration to "make brown was asked how he felt about his
each weekend. When Nicholson gets his people want to hear. I write about things that something of UC or put it out of its misery." critics now that the committee and the ad.
release he'll go back to what he loves most- need to be heard. One of these is the Standardized tests already on the way out ministration had expressed their strong
his music: and his kids. misconctpted 'stereotyped image' of the were ended for good at UC. Brown began to support for him and the college.
But while he is in the institution, he said he prisoner abused and persecuted by the hold UC faculty to stringent requirements of "It's not my turn to talk" the normally
believes that any correction has to be self- guards and wardens. I have found that my advanced study and research that forced outspoken Brown said. "now it's up to them."



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BttK. on grade inflation. ,

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Don Emilio tequila By BRUCE MORRIS Tully said that test scores and grade point
Alligator Staff Writer averages show students are not of a higher

and pineapple juice.Phantasmagorical caliber
A Board of
Regents study recently released DR. ROBERT BRYAN, UF interim vice
documents practices of grade ,inflation' at all president tor academic affairs, said Mautz
I 11! nine state universities. could not document his charge of more poorly
: According to the report conducted by Dr. prepared students.
1 Emerson of the academic
Tully regent's
"Curricula in Florida high schools are more
affairs office the from 1969 .
during period to
sophisticated he said. "I 1 can documentthat.
while the number of A's and B's increased.

* *' * * * * State University System Chancellor Robert Bryan agreed that tests show students are
Mautz requested the study because, he said not of a higher caliber but said the students
"1 looked at the 10-year trend of grades at UF have more general information than in the

...N" StudenblWelcome'I O A according to the UF Fact Book and became past and this could be a reason for higher
concerned at the trend to higher grades. I grades.
G", Another Quality -:. I wanted to find out if this was just at UF or a He also cited the experiment with different
Ii trend at all universities." grading systems in the 1960's and less of a
Q Mautz said he discovered afterward that willingness throughout. society to evaluate
HAYESMEAT STORE the inflation trend is a national phenomena. people as possible reasons for the trend.TULLEY'S .
3733 W. University THE REPORT SHOWS that at UF in
1969, 34 of the C's and REPORT recommended that
in Colonial per cent grades were
Square Shopping Center 22 per cent A's. By 1973.this had shifted to 23 the,Regents staff monitor the grading,trendon -
> per cent C's and 27 per cent A's. an annual basis,and that each university
'The listed several for establish a forum for periodic review of
r ,' ... .. report reasons
:' ... i ,;''I* trend among them changes in procedures for grading procedures as well as make availableto
all faculty grades from all departments and
final exams(take-home exams no final exams
*, '\.. : .... :. at all etc.), instructors giving A's grades if colleges on a quarterly basis.
students fulfill minimum Mautz said the recommendations were
; only requirementsfor
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the course and the no-fail policy used by given to the Council of Academic Affairs Vice

.... .,' ', ''. ,.... some institutions unner which a student just Presidents for action.
., ',,.".,'..... ...'I... ."" I continues in class until he passes it. However according to University System
Both Mautz and Tully said the trend was Vice Chancellor' Allan Tucker, head of the
i definitely not because of higher caliber of council the report was given to members'for
yL ARE OUR SPECIALTY students entering college. Mautz said their information and no council action is

DON HAYES, Manager. HOURS: 8a.m.-7p.m. students are actually coming in from high planned.
377.3395 Mon.. Sat. *, school more poorly prepared than in past Bryan said that.UF.provides grades .to the

e We accept Food Stamps Closed Sunday years. faculty and also to regents.

* * * ,* * *

Women's group at Hilton I

presents Women from around the state will speak at management opportunities.Edna ,
a three day professional training and Tait chairwoman of the Governor's
DR. LOUIS RUBIN development conference this weekend. Commission on the Status of Women, will
The Second Annual Women in discuss: techniques for opening doors to
Management Conference will be held management.
PROF. OF ENGLISH UNC CHAPEL HILL February 20,21 and_22 i in the Hilton Inn. ,
Fifteen workshops will be offered with more
Representatives Mary Singleton D-
DISCOVERY OF A MAN'S than 35 professional leaders and
SPEAKING ON FAULKNER, THE Jacksonville and Elaine Gordon DMiamiwill workshop
panelists from education, business city
VOCATION.Sunday be discussing skills required in
county and state governments participating in
management positions In business, educationand
the conference.The .
government.Dr. .

Carolyn Griffis. UF director of conference is co-sponsored by the
cooperative education, will direct the con Governor's Commission on the Status of
ference designed for women seeking Women and the Florida Institute for Women.

t (Conferees theorize about poverty .

A UF-sponsored conference taking an in- theories to see how income is distributed. We
depth look at poverty in America. continues want to see why some people are poor and
today at the Flagler,Inn. some people are rich," Davis said.
Those attending the conference paid a $40 Guest speakers at the conference entitled
registration fee. said Carlton G. Davis "The Poverty Dimension of Rural Un-
assistant professor of the food and resource derdevelopment in America," include T.W.
economics department. Schultz distinguished professor of economicsat
Feb. 23&OOPM "The conference b designed to take an the University of Chicago, and UFs Dean
:. overall view of poverty and set up a body of of Continuing Education Betty Seigel.
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"" f New life sciences course offered; I

"Rm.l09 Little Hall M+/

A new course dealing with forefront life sciences students. 0
: aspects of contemporary molecular biology Prerequisites ,are "Cy 202 CBS 231 or,
Sponsored by .md biochemistry as they relate to human equivalent and CY 204 or.'equivalCnt The
,systems, will be offered spring quarter. course is an elective.

U.C. Student Council Topics deal with genetic engineering,,
BCH 351. CHI. will be offered by the cloning, cancer, aging cryogenics: cell:
biochemistry department on Mondays culture: ,genetic diseases radiation effects and'
Southern ColloquiumJ.W. ,, Wednesdays and Fridays fourth period. The topical events as they, ,relate to human.:
three-credit course will be open to beginning systems.ALACHUA .

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t Student survey indicates .

linen. service. not crucial,

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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI ..;...-;.... /' /'. ;"l / ,-,'3 4tw'j; 'j'jt IV .,
Alligator Staff Writer ,; 1 10. !t' '
; EVER 50
The majority of UP students living on t' .t'. '" ',' ,LARGEST. ,
campus are willing to do without linen serviceto ." ..! YI( :., r'''I CIRCUS. "';:;,' .
offset possible rent hikes next year but will I FREE .., "
not give up their room telephones and o "
refrigerators according to the results of a SPECIALADVANCE
I questionnaire taken by the UF Division oft .
Housing. ; .
Leonard Peet Division of Housing business ":;: TICKETS
manager said the results of the survey proved
that"basically students are willing to pay the I'l \
extra money for a telephone and a
refrigerator." r' 5for$1
THE QUESTIONNAIRE was distributedto
5.569 students living in campus dorms.
Exactly 3,935 students responded to the .. Box
questionnaire. Peet said. .. .r t Available:: Rebel Discount University

The questionnaire ,centerd on four "
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questions: & sororities.
\\ Office
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Would you prefer to do without a room ,
telephone if it would reduce your rent by $12 ,
per quarter?
Would you prefer to do without a room they live in residence halls that have
refrigerator if it would reduce your rent by refrigerators, he said.
S10 per quarter? All of the 19 remaining halls have t r
Would prefer to do without linen serviceif refrigerators with the exception of Reid and -. Q
it would' reduce your rent by SIO per Buckman. which are co-ops. Peet said. SPECTACULAR
quarter? THE MALE STUDENTS who were sur
Would you prefer to live in a co-op for veyed were split 50-50 on the question of MAGIC MIDWAY
$100 per quarter where there is no room performing their own linen services, but 75
telephone or refrigerator and students must per cent of the female students were in favor
perform their own linen and maintenance 'of providing their own linens he said.
services? "This means approximately 60 per cent of I
Ninety per cent of the students surveyed all students would prefer to do without linen I
preferred to keep their room telephones. Peet service." Peet said. I. SPRING FEVER? '
said.Sixty "My guess is that the results of the survey
percent of the students surveyed were prove that the linen service will probably be ,
"happy doing without room refrigerators if made optional," he said. .
they live in residence halls that have no Out of all students surveyed. 283 indicated .; We've got the cure '
refrigerators." he said. interest in co-op living.Feet said. I
THE HALLS THAT DO NOT HAVE "This may be enough of an indication that
refrigerators are. Hume;, Broward.. and one, additional co-op will be needed on 29.90 to
Fletcher. Halls Peet said. campus" Peet said, adding that the housing
Ninety per cent of the students surveyed office '"had no idea" where the next co-op Leisure Suits
preferred to keep their room refrigerators if would be located. 44.90

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I UF water plant in offing Jersey Prints 8.90COMPARE

AT $18.00 & UP TWO FOR 16.00

By RENA EPSTEIN However. Greene said there may be other
Alligator Staff Writer "avenues than a court of law" to test the
validity of the new rates. He noted the
possibility arbitration.of UF and Gainesville submitting to Slacks 12.90

UF may build a "self-contained" water Regional Utilities Board (RUB),approvedan Reg. Price 15-22.00 THREE FOR 90.00All
system as an alternative to buying water from increase in rates on Feb. 12.
the Regional Utilities System according to Greene said the first bill UF receives under ,
Calvin Greene. UF physical plant director. the new rate structure will reflect a doublingin lelu 1/2 price
Greene said he will recommend three otheralternativs the water bill.
in addition to setting up a private "A TYPICAL RECEIPT under the old
water system in a report to be delivered this rates for one billing period was $18,500, but
week to Vice-President of Administrative under the new rate we expect to receive a bill
Affairs William Elmore. for S35.000." he said.
ACCORDING TO GREENE, the other Because Gainesville has an elaborate water Benchmark
alternatives. would be: treatment system pumped from deep wells,
Test the validity of the new rates in a Greene said an engineering study would have OPEN
court of law;' to be undertaken to determine the type of
y Examine the feelings of the,legislature water system that would be possible for UF. 7515 NW 8th M'on-Sat; 10.9
towards appropriating money for increased But he said he did not know what the cost Ave. Sun 16IiiiiiiI
water bills: of establishing a private water,system wouldbe. Across from Ramada Inn
Pay the bills. .

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"Beat Inflation .
Weekdays 8.8
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DO it Yourself". .
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t;'''''CLUB ''",' '. ; ,W .
: DAY '
,' : .. "::00-6:00: Broward Range's Jane '
: '... ,JJo Millar, Women's Gym 392-6057
BADMINTON" I' Larry Simmons 377-1227, ,.
r Th .
sq qtr) I
f::, kS 7:00-10:00: : FLG. Dr. Zarco 3920371
": ,,,, '
4c CHESS M.B. Chafin 3920580'
""r.. "'!','; CRICKET ", Sat ;, 7:30: ; .;', .JWRU 339 Michael Bast 373-3738 ,
:, CYCLING : MWS 1 10:00: am 1 i t ;.,'. Alice Field .. oJ";, Dr. Roberts M348 MSB 392-3361 "
> 1:30: w '
s' JWRU 361 l' Bruce Edgar 316 SSRB39 392-2004

.,,.'.. FENCING ; )'. T Th .$,. Richard Sias 378-4790
.: ""i"" \ 7:00-8:30: : r Ree Room !' John Opdyke 104 PED 392-1154

tk :: F v 7:00-9:00: : .. ..'.. .216 FLG Bruce Cohen 373-2998
FOLK DANCE' f F 5:00-9:00: : '.'\; : Darryl Bennent (Pres.)
GYMNASTICS '('Men) ." ,". M F"; .,' 9:30-11:00: : pm';''''' Norman Gym John Ward 110A AFA 376-0224
'." HIKING CLUB' :,..\ .. :;'..:' 4:00: '# ; 'FLG. Curt Harvey 373-3125.
:',.'., M.; ',. .., 8:00: pm ,I ,, .', 210 FLG Bob Mann 376-1224
f ; Sue Benz 377.5329
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JUDO ...\.' Sandra Prekaza 392-7840
T Th.;; 7:00: ,' ,,'. FLG (South) ;:'i J Gerhard Ritter 174 DE 392-6164
Tom Paulger 392-7459
7:00'9:00: : : FLG H.A. Lerch 306 FLG 392-0584
: Chris McGrath 377-8184
HORIZON 5:457:15: : I Ree Room F.A. Johnson, 392-1938
f" Ted Srygley (Pres.)
SHANTI T .,. ;
Th F ; ."" ,5:30-7:00: : ;
CHUNG FU : ,.' J. .J. .,

ADVANCED MW' r-' ',/ ,t : 1:30-9:00: :: ;, J"i: :">, '.\
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5:30-7:30 .
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Sun "::30-7oo.: ,' .
=SHIN RYU KARATE M W. Th' .."' 5:00-7:00: : .- 216 FLG '. H.A. Lerch 391-0584'
,:: t"., :',Pt Michael Wells 376-9659
y. HOTOKAN KARATE..: M. WF, ,(. '. '. :006:00: ; : .,:; 1'Hume Rte Room.i Mike Darlno 372-.135.
';"'; \; I Joel Greenblatt
.. ::00-6:00": Fleming Ray Pierson (Pres.) 378-988
DANCE r "t.. '.M w, L 1 !r"/ I F: 1" 6:30-8:00: : '; ,:, Women's Gym Rusty Brandman 392-059.-

,'f.( Y' .1 ;.1., '" .. ,' ", 'l.! .-: .>,o Sally Moore
..., = Cindy Smith
RACQUETBALL ,. ; "' Handball Cfs. Ron Christen 392-0581. :
RUGBY T Th '.-IIo:';. : ." .:00-7:00: : Norman Dr' Met Fried :;'." 392-3303 1
,. Brewer 376-3344, '
SAILING CLUB Sat', 10:00: 'am -, Lake Wauburg Dave Omn 392-7393 4
Mike Dlackweltf.. 373-9191 .
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SQUARE DANCE ': .r M.BL Chafin" 391-0580
SOCCER 'f. T Th ,". .', ,"';" 4:30: ";, Fleming Field AI Moore 3920580y
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Sat'M. : Robert Eltey + 372-.c12't
SWIM FINS T. :' 6:30 Fla. Pool Dot Shields 392-0595
:. ,. Val Elliot 376.1468
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TABLE TENNIS TTh-' .r 4 1:30-10:00: Rec Room +I. Tom antis 3392-1 '

,. S' > :I. ., r Jim Blankenship 37.1967
Baker 373-6031'
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TEAM. HANDBALL 4 TTh >, .' 5:30-7:30: : Fleming Field I can Casegrande 392-0295

"i ", e 4 ... .. Scott Mercer : ,. 373-1170
TENNIS CLUB (Men) Varsity Cts.Broward Phil Potter 391.0580
TENNIS CLUB (Women) M" ,treet,,' d 1:25-3:20 Cts. Sue Whiddon 391-6057

VOLLEYBALL (Power) T Th I' 'r ; 7:30' _. ) \. Norman Dr. Fagerberg .r .m.058.c
WATER. .SKI.,. 4 ',"/1 asc 4 t ,kt, .i, 'i' Lake Wauburg Jack Eckdahl : 391.0581 "
"; ,;,.,' Steve Troupe \ .. 373-5917:
WATER POLO M W .";'# 7:30-9:30: : Fla. Pool Larry Kravitz 377.1344
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POWER LIFTING M T Th F" 7:00 pm -- --: Weight Room '" "' E.G. Crone 391,0580
.. Keith Tennant 392.0580
Curtis Wright 391-8157
Sun 12:00-3:00: Handball Cts. 377.1170
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A list of women's study courses offered during spring quarter and ,

the women's winter quarter athletic schedule are now available from Gainesville, Fla. 32604A

the Office of. Women's Affairs. Pick them up anytime at the Student -

.' Activities Desk the third floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
on '. .drive is*underway In Alachua county' to collect funds for the

'distribution of food In selected areas of the world where starvation is '

SG OPENINGS severe. ,
The'effort is non.sectarlan. no contributions will be used toward

of Married Students and Graduate Students administrative expenses, and an accounting! of receipts and food.
< Positions as Secretaries ,issued will,be made here and at the points of distribution..
are both open and need to be filled. Applicants should come to,the .

d SG Office, 3rd floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union ((305)) as soon as .t" I You are asked to give "up'a meal a week, or,eat less than you

,(possible. .,:.,. 1,' 'I i { ;. !usually:eat, and give the difference in money to buy food for those
who have none.

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should ontact the Office '} :
Anyone desiring space.in the.SG WEEKLY <
of Communications; 305 J. Wayne Reitz Union or 392.1665. Collection points are: '. 4 :' ,

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a coming Thursday. from Office of. Com; e First Federal Savings & Loan (Gainesville'Mall).,,.' '
other assistance % .
desiring' ;/ H *.tJ.I:. ,
munitions the office between 3:40: and 5:00: pm f Student Information Booth (Opposite the. HUB on the UF cam-......
should come to '- !" (* TPrPrcocceo "" "
pus.) ,. ,, .
Monday thru Friday., .
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EDITORIAL1415$20Hike' :


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. A look at a,newly-proposed tuition hike bringsto
mind'the story of the German factory worker. t 1
During World war II, German factory workerswere i

inspected by army guards every day at
quitting time, so equipment would not be stolen.

One craft worker, however,smuggled equipment
1t out of the factory right under the watchful eyes of

.ix guards night after night.

K The guards, weren't negligent. They went

through the junk in the worker's wheelbarrow

piece by piece before letting him proceed home.

The worker was stealing wheelbarrows.It .
is in that spirit that the planners of the State

University System put forward a new tuition plan

Monday. The plan includes a staggering 10 to 25

per cent fee hike for next fall.
As unreasonable as that provision of the

proposal is, there is an obscure portion of the fee "THE ECONOMY ?J THATU BE450 E crRA...tN ADVANCE I"!
package which forbodes much more danger to

students' dwindling bank accounts.

Buried deep in the 40-page fee blueprint is a
Eli Black ?
policy to link how much students pay in tuition to Do you know an

how much it costs to run the state universities.

Under the policy, students in the future would
Eli Black died Feb. 3. and if don't know who he is,
"support no less than 30 per cent of total cost. you ; you
Sound reasonable? It was written to sound are in the majority. T.GAItY BALANOFF
BUT HIS DEATH lead me to believe more should be
good. What may not sound so good is that the 30 known about Black.

per cent rule is, in effect, another massive tuition Black was a chairman of a large company United GUEST COLUMNIST
hike for the year after next. Brands. On Feb. 3. he jumped to his death from the 44th floor

It works this way. During the present recession, of the Pan Am building in New York City. hardly help making profits there are so many people with
Following his death the Wall Street Journal
with all levels of the universities" reported many problems.
spending at explanations from close friends and relatives.Dr. .
greatly reduced, the fee hikers want to obligate Pressures are manifold and they are expressed differently
Jerome Motto of
professor psychiatry at the Universityof among different people.
students to pay 30 per cent of the now-shrunken California School of Medicine in San Francisco said it is Some turn to cheating.The recent scandal in the UF Schoolof
budget.But "tough for the Eli Blacks of this world. If they slip they can't Business Administration may not turn out to be as
next year, when many say the economy will! accept it. They've bought the expectations" of their widespread as originally thought but on"the other hand it
"bottom out," the universities will most likely be (shareholders) or the financial community. could be even more widespread.
able to start buying books and hiring professors A FRIEND was quoted as saying. "He was a very serious THE POINT IS, the business school may not be the only
man. There was no small.talk." school in which cheating occurs. In fact it would be a gross
again. Another said Black internalized his problems and thoughhe understatement to say that cheating at UF is limited to
Spending .will increase. often smiled he rarely laughed.If Matherly Hall
And with the spending increase, thanks to the Eli Black 'was a one-in-a-million-case we could charge However the future business leaden of the state if not the
30 per cent rule, your tuition for the year after next entire nation are graduating from the UF College of Business

will increase,, too. Administration.This .
Thus it is for students who may be an appropriate time to ask whether the
as important as ( OPINIONoff
J pressures which led to Eli Black's suicide the same ones
want to hold on to their dollars to oppose the facing UF students in 1975. '
immediate hike, it is vital that any efforts'ito link Unquestionably I the< pressures are almost parallel. Takingon
university spending with students' tuition be th- the burdens of friends and business assoicates. trying to
his suicide the end result of
leap as
a very unstable life. But
warted. there Is more to it than that. greater profits this year, and a constant preoccupationwith
Whatever can be said for the principle of HOW MANY Eli Blacks do you know who are either Black the drive toward success are the factors which led Eli
your .to his fateful decision to do with himself.
students paying a fair share of the cost of higher professors of students friends or relatives? Maybe you see THESE SAME pressures,on a smaller away scale, affect all of us
education, one thing can be said with certainty some his"symptoms in yourself? on this campus. '

about the proposed 30 per cent rule: '30 per cent is business Calvin of Coolidge America was is business.once reported" to have said "The Will we be dragged to the same precipice by our self-doubts
much for students to and anxieties tomorrow or in the tomorrows which follow?
too Life has
pay. changed the but business is
even ,
larger Eli Black's
son is a student at the Harvard Graduate
The 30 per cent rule and next year's proposed Coolidge's more complex era.TENSIONS. and all-encompassing than it was during School of Business Administration.
hike would drive the cost of tuition beyond the have evidenced 'I 1 think I'll go into business" Leon told a Wall Street
grown as by the increase in
reach of middle-income Florida families who are rate of heart attacks divorces business failures and suicides the Journal staff reporter last week, "but I hope I"never lose the

already reeling from the one-two punch of in recent years. Life is not as simple as it once was. There are l perspective I ]SUPPORT that Leon's living hope is the for most perspective important for thing.there"can be

recession-inflation. more and more.people internalizing' problems every day. little doubt that without it. the Eli Blacks'of the world will
And it is grossly unfair for the university systemto Psychiatrists are having a great deal of success. They can never make it.

expect students to pay more tuition next year- ,.
and the year after that, and the year after that-
, while the services and facilities offered by the The Independent Dovld smith Terri wood

universities falter under the crunch of hard times.. Edilor.In;chi.} Monoglng Editor
Our local representatives to the state legislatureare Florida Alligator

in strategic positions to block a tuition hike. .
State Sen. Bob Saunders serves on the Senate dll. Q"\icaJl David
Klein CortftQ Irioft{ lone.
Education Committee while Rep. Bill Andrews F News Editor layout INgmoft Editor loyovt Editor

serves on the appropriations arm of the House ft.A. 'Tony Kendiior . . .. . .. . .. . ... .,. .. ...
Education committee. And newly elected' Rep. James V.Cook . . ... .... . .. ...,.. ..AttiMant Control+.rt.rolNtortog.r'
Sidney Martin can use this opportunity to fulfill Mr*. Evelyn toil . . .. . ... ........ . ..... .Administrative Manager AwUtoni Fubliifwd by
that he Anne Malphwrt . .. .. . .. .. ... . ... . . ..00..... .. Cain"lNw Conimtink-altnMM. hit
his campaign promise would oppose a C. Roy Shipp ,', . .. . . .. . . .BuinaM '
tuition increase this year. Tom MocNamaro _. : ...it 1"f,,..,r..r:.; .:..".1,. .... . .,_. .Accountant Manager, ,".0. le. ,13266. University
All three' oro :legislators must use their Influence Roy McGee Jr; . .... .......:';... .:... ... ,. . .lv. Advertising s C 1ton.Golnetville'. :'Florida with
Donna Lubrano . ... .t: .. :.. .. .. . . . ." ManagerAaVortliJnfl offices behind"the.College Inn.
to stop the tuition snowball so willingly set Ac.,HarperLynda .. . . . .. . . .Special S.ctionsCoordinotor,Coordinator 1721 West University Avenue.uttoew .
rolling by the regents' staff. All three of our Homier : ..; : .. .. . .Mv.rtising Production Office phone: 376-U46. .
must the opportunity for Diana Snyder . .. . . .. .Editorial Production Monger Editorial Deportment: 7-44S' .
legislators preserve Lynn SoUer . : . P-Dductlon Monger. Advertising and Production
Florida families to-afford- higher. education. lan>ce Wotfrmon Circulation I Clotll'.ed, Mo..r Monr Deportment: ""....ud


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I Recognize the rights""s"t v d'ti '1 fsN.:1::1power

EDITOR A plea to the leaders, members and potential
members of the United'.Faculty, of Florid (UFF): competent instructor? be.given to the student evaluation to'deter-
AS YOU PROCEED on your quest for political power ma7':rilE n,960'! !, you might recall: there were rebellions on mine what programs and what professors should program be retainedor
please try to keep In mind that the Primary Purpose of a .throughout the nation by college students dismissed in Florida's universities. .
university faculty is the educational, benefit to the students.. demanding stir; A a voice in their own education. Even UF had a tarry: 'Shearer.
You seek freedom from the shackles of the'almighty powerof died down few> !it concessions were made, and I in time Crumble: .' :, I 1LW
The Administration in Florida's university system. The follow almost"died out. But some Poeple' thought to
academic liberty you hope to attain by a powerful mild anarSh.lc aPProach of the sixties ,with a nice
bargalning stature is a praiseworthy goal. But just "Democratic" one and we were presented with the
as ateacher's "student evaluation" 'bla"tanf'sex'ism
classroom' freedom program. Stop
can open original avenues
The idea
new worlds of learning to the student it can also allow outdated education was to give the students a say in what kind of
dronish and incompetent teaching make a joke of they were to be bombarded with a say in how the ..EDITORt We urge to example of male
the Primary Purpose if thai freedom is left altogether un Purpose was being respected or neglected by their establish an advertising chauvinism. Sexist innuendos .
checked. ask you to recognize the.Right of the student to I policy to eliminate the are unbecoming

Florida's tenure system already protects the jobs of a lot of preserve STAND the UP integrity of his :education. blatapt sexism that is to a paper cf your caliber.
to The
jokes who disease the university system. As Administration's abuse and misuse of' evident in the February
your new its ,
works toward power allow yourself one cleansing agent lest Sincerely
organization enhancing your collective job your 13th issue of your
security even better ,than the tenure system does now. by collective security permit you to become diseased by. in- newspaper. The recent ad Robin Browneof
freeing you from the indiscriminate practices and proceduresof competence Consider and digressive teaching methods. Leonardo's "piece" is a Audrey Herbert
The Administration what do your responsibility to your students and to quality' tiresome, adolescent
you propose be done to Mickey Dougherty
education, and
advocate that more. not less constructive
protect the Primary Purpose from its arch-villain, the in-

You could help .

EDITOR ''To, George J plaining about the economic
Lawrence 'and Henry crisis in the U.S.? Were you
Williams, (letter to the studying for that very im-
Editor. February 13)) did you portant exam that just
know that you had just as happened to be the next day?
much of a chance to investigate Or. was it sheer ignorance
the profits of the concerning the meetings?
Hub as Dwight Hill,did? Whatever the case, you had
In retrospect. I recall that your chance to help work on
Dan Lobeck began recruiting Dwight's project. Dwight is
people to work on Consumer putting .a lot of time and
Affairs projects last quarter. effort into it. It's not only to
In fact Dan had a table set help himself, it's also to help

up near the Union solely for you.So
the purpose. I know because the next time you
that's where I 'signed up to decide to knock down a freshman
work. Not only was there that worker, shut your
table, but there were also mouth get out and offer help.
various ads in the Alligator By the way, if you would
asking tor interested people to have checked things out you
meet as a specified time. would have found out that
We were at the meetings. "the 'one freshman" is a

Mr. Williams and Mr. sophomore..
Lawrence. Where were you? Andrea Martin
Were you too, busy ,com- 1 IUC -
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magic is you why create a mask ? ;' I

Have you ever watched the drag queens performing at the and unbending as the National Debt. And they too change
Melody Club? Often it's impossible to tell these men from yearly and they seem to be going up constantly.
women. The effect is created through makeup, carefully done Watching the Miss America pageant is enough to give JANIS MARAOPINION
hair, shaved legs and padded bras. American womanhood a massive inferiority complex. After
IT'S COMICAL, maybe pathetic. Why would a man go to comparing herself with the women on the screen nobody is
such lengths-painfully tweezing eyebrows, struggling into a going to be happy about her own appearance. In fact. I'm
Padded bra putting curlers in his hair to create such a willing to bet that right now,. in a restroom somewhere in
false effect? America a woman is saying:.
for that matter why should a woman do its It's just as "Ohhh. .God, Nothing I do can hide this enormous worth are one and the same.
Painful and expensive tor women to create the same illusion. hump of a nose. Jesus,look at my pimples. Someday my Thus, not only I are men exempt from the rigid standards of
But what's condemned in men as a perversion of their natural head is gonna turn I into one enormous zit. I sure hope appearance, but. it doesn't matter as much if they aren't
"appearance is approved of in women as feminine and nobody squeezes it! Good God! Look! My left eyebrow is attractive. Men. are judged by their achievements; look at
natural" higher than the right one! Sob. .Sob. II"' Henry Kissinger. But women are judged by their looks rather
There is nothing natural about shaved legs. whether they My consciousness-raising group once talked about our than their accomplishments. ,
belong' to a man or a woman. But hair on a woman's legs is bodies as the evening's topic. I was thrilled to learn that every SO YOU END up spending a lot of money, time and energy
looked on with dl$8UJtwhile 'it's accepted in men. omen there hated her body as much as I hated my own. on cosmetics and grooming. The money involved is incredible
SO. WOMEN hare to spend untold time and effortreversing THE WOMEN with large' breasts complained that they cosmetics are billion-dollar business. But the time in-
nature while .men go about in their own skins drooped and looked unattractive.: Everybody else felt vestment.is considerable, as well.
without a care. inadequate because their breasts were "not large enough." I used to spend two hours a day on grooming. Hair rolling,
It must be wonderful to accept your body as it is. But this is If you can't stand what" you see in the mirror, it's even makeup and scattered restroom pit stops throughout the day
hard for a woman. The standards of female beauty are as real harder to believe that others can. Not liking your own looks add up'to a lot of time.
can really'affect your self-confidence. The total..with leg-shaving and clothing care thrown in.
That's one of the reasons women are more sensitive to 'came to about 21 hours a week enough hours for a part
nonverbal clues like body language.. We feel ill at ease. time job. Not everyone spends that much time on makeup,
The Independent nervous about our appearance. and we're trying to figure out but it's still an idea of the time involved.I .
what kind of impression we're, making. I feel a lot freer now that I only wear makeup occasionally.
Florida I used to see makeup as a remedy to this situation. When I It's nice to know that people actually accept my real face;
Alligator first discovered makeup I was ecstatic. I felt it was a chanctto without any cosmetic corrections. Best of all, I don't feel like
Doug Dial Ron Cunningham change everything about myself and become beautiful., By I have to go through the makeup routine-I only do it when I
"Entertainment: then. I had learned that the real me wasn't good enough. want to.tOBV10USL1.
.Editor: 1 Atxxio, *,Editor! '\0"-. AFTER ALL magazine coven and Playbody photos (not to there's nothing wrong,with wanting to be
G. .t org Editor constantly told me in no uncertain terms that I would be best foot forward and being phony. I remember "a story in ,
rho'o oil with a paper bag on my head. I was unattractive: and this Glamour magazine titled "Makeup Mask or Magic'
Greg Forrtr Mind I K..mon automatically meant I was ",worthless as a person. To most of Well, why, should you 'need to create a mask? The magic Ii
Sp. ",*Editor; Ant. N wi Editor the world. a woman's personal appearance. and personal you.
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fog V*.The tnd.p.ndeet!Florida Alligator.! .,Thursday. fobrvary 20,1975' .h '"

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Dick Gregory comedian and social activist, said'the :: 'c'regory."nnkS.eI: : tos layings .
CIA is responsible the assassination of John'Jr.
Kennedy Bobby, Kennedy; Martin Luther. King. ft
Malcolm X, and,the shooting of George ,Wallace. '
He spoke at the Florida Gym Tuesday night
GREGORY'' LINKED two former, CIA agents involved DALLAS -1863 Hunt!
E Howard Huntlw..ergatc !
in Watergate, E ,Howard Hunt and ,Frank r rr
Sturgis with the assassination of President Kennedy.He Trial Dallas;;Texas) Watergate Trial
displayed a photograph of"three tramps" arrestedin W3 Hov. 2t,1q63 W73
Dallas immediately after the assassination and
,accused Hunt and Sturgis of being two of them. ,
"These tramps aren't dirty or wearing rags. They,are _
wearing suits and new shoes," he said. None of the t'
"tramps" were fingerprinted according to Gregory. : .
"The CIA is ,the sickest most degenerate, insane l\\ j jl
.. organization on earth" Gregory said vehemently. ,
BOBBY KENNEDY'S autopsy,he said showed that F I l < 1
one of the,three bullets entered his skull from three-; 11Wj., i
fourths of an inch away, a distance Sirhan Sirhan never .AIL I j
... i
Gregory said that an accomplice of Oswald shot John Frank Sturgisl)
Kennedy from the front since his body fell back in the JII Dallas,Texas Watergate Trial
limosine at a speed,of 104 miles per hour, "They were .n Nov. 22,1963 '1973
not muscle spasms like, the Warren Commission "
reported," Gregory said. Convicted Watergate !
Gregory spoke about Wallace. "If the man who shot burglars E. Howard Hunt '
Wallace. Arthur ,Bremer, had a five-shot pistol and and Frank Sturgis shown
Wallace got hit five times, who shot the other'three In a picture taken near the ''
people that were wounded at the same time?" assassination scene on -; ''
GREGORY SAID that the black assassin of that fateful day Nov 22. w.
Malcolm X, supposedly.,admited he worked for the 1963.
government and-'is now living in Jamaica under an
assumed name.





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"It's a .._.....---w._';'. It.:';'f" I
i the people be Saturday totally new thing," he said.,
Ihe creator
to 12:30 at the These musicians are excited about playing
roduction, ,
Walters and in the coffeehouse. Dunn said.
DUNN, A the en "THEY STRIVE for a'good audience one
ring music that will listen to the music. They really don't ;
friends ..
me : don't live in like playing in ban as background music." he (
take the

The play a "high said.Dunn said he hopes to eventually present
part but very : They have these coffeehouses in every dorm and
[the Tillis and are .fraternity on campus. Presently there are
[mind at all. Roy Clark of about five groups who are interested in the
[friends who idea but want to wait and see how the first one
[production.For 'contracted: turns out.Barbara.
$250' : it hard to ,Shalcross who contracted the
I Dunn to go for the ,Hume coffeehouse said it was too early to tell
and PA if the : excited
people are about it.
| arrangements s for 'acoustical ,She said they have just started the ad.'
part of the : what they're, vertising and haven't gotten much'feedback
provide is the good music yet. "But I'm sure it's' going to be good
THE because it's a though." she said.

Report superb I

supposed to tell you about the'group's music,
Florida but,I really can't tell you about it on paper. I .
grand winner mean, it's not like describing; Elton John'snegative
with their Gainesville to heel sunglasses or counting the notes'
production of : Report wasn't in an Alvin Lee solo-all Weather Report did
Shrew." like Melissa was play music, and like the,finest music in
Director like Jimmie expressed concepts that could be conveyed
Green's C'L' say anything only awkwardly,in words' if at all. .
play-withi show-most of THE MUSICIANS listened to,each other
provided ,an All they could and tried to play intelligently on the highest
opportunity' played some of level they could reach:'lapsing only rarely into
words, funk and almost never into bullshit virtuosity
theatricality.". problems that characterizes and' 'degrades much ,of
MOST with Vince "progressive jazz."
tiquated'stock ,so that Weather Report uses'a style of structural-
the energy the Great freedom made popular by Anthony Armando, '
make them second show "Chick" Corea'and his Return to Forever
enjoyable, for morning. group and adopted by 'other "jazz-rock"
Development : ; couldn't groups like. the Eleventh House and the
terizations late or refused Mahavishnu Orchestra. By setting up a theme
later shows, once closed, 'and returning to it at intervals, these groups
develope a cohesive and accessible pattern,
to see the easier to listen to and more enjoyable than the
Martin: on to esoteric bleepings of, say',Miles Davis.'
primed for But in the end, the only test of whether or
his' own ad- not you like a group's music is whether or not
was out of you like the group's 'music., And I liked
arguing with Weather Report's.
Vince is
error.will certainly Return of SpiritGreat

was a gamble Southern Music
.The band is Hall welcomes.Spirit, Feb.

Herbie mainstream Mann, 22 for two shows,at 8 and : ::
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11 p.m.i$3.50 In advance -
out to me, J ,
and hippies $4 at the door. r

was a gamble Zeppelin cancels t.'
The band is'
mainstream (West Palm Beach) f' ;
Herbie 'Mann, The Led Zeppelin rock 4""'
out to,me, concert scheduled,for.the t
and hippies Palm Beach International ,
in the Speedway 'March' 8th has ,*

-of-if'they're this type been cancelled.David Rupp Track"Manager said'.:"\ ::1'' ., .

ather Report,
for tickets the
ket for smart money to ,
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Sanyo pulo-r ve/ie car cassette stereoor FM !Stereo Multiplex Receiver roomote own bedr in troll $67 I I I' $1.50
quod 3 months use. with 2 speakerscall / .. Turntable and tap.;with speakers Excellent vo'4-"s'utl.mobil City No.253 373-1388
oj| 377-9568 will install cheop. (o-5l-" Condition Must'Sell call Ray 373- ask for kurt (b-3t.83-p)
83.p) 2763 (A-5TB2-f) Need I Female for Spring Qtr. 2 Bdrm. BIG MIDNITE

Docor SCUBA gear 71.2 to. in,tank with ARC St. Bernarcfi 3 moles, 3 females, 6 opt, 2 both. Brondywine 2811 SW
single hose balanced 'Itt Stage regulator wk old, vet. checked 468-1312 ((0-51-82- Archer. Rd. $67.95 moth. No deposits. SHOW
8 air pressure gouge used only 5 limes Pj) Near compul 373-2685 (b-St-82-pl)
S2I5 call 376-0829 (10..51.83.p) GRADUATION liquidation One Camper sublet 2 unfurn apt 3 blk from campus Friday Feb. 21

Trailer, Color TV, Complete Scott Sound DW, AC, Garb. Ditp etc. $177 mo Grad
for tale brand FM 8 track
new car stereo System, Much more 378-7270 Alk for Students only. Coll Roy 392.2198 or 373- TAKE THE
$40 olio OVN AM FM 8 track BSR turn-
George (o-5t-82-p) 0575 (b-7t-82-p)
table with speakers good $50 deal toll
gory 373-6209 ((0-.51.83.p) 73 Yamaha RD330 Mutt tee new tire Roommate needed urgently for 4 br MONEY & RUNA
front and rear must sell quick $790 call
okc irish letter puppies Canadian stock house In NE. Own room, low rent + V
372-2818 377-4434 o-it-82-p)
or ( .
shots ond wormed both parents utilities. Call 377Keep on trying.BST84P .
available to see-reasonably priced call GIBSON J.., with case GREAT CONDITION ( )
gregory 377.5325 or 4723050'BEER $200,00 377-8084 anytime GREAT Woody Allen Comedy
BUYII (A-3T-84-P)
.f Typewriter' remington standard- old bu LEWIS Reef CA.b wi
good cover. Included$23,00 3737258A3T85.P I
ON SUNDAY ( ) JewelryComparty
mans and ladies tenspeed new bike I 1015 N5,111 1Jrs fULY
string $100 for each with chains and i DIAMONDSWATCH ,
NUBBY'S locks Drop bySummlt House1700' SW 16 REPAIRS
I 1 BI. SoutH at Light CT.Apt 83900am: 2:00pm: (A-2T-83- 200W. University Ave.. I 0 O

Newberry, Fla. PJ) ; -
Double size woterbed with frame |uit
3# $40.3 months old hardly used call 372. SUPfR" ; I o p

3363 (A-3T-83-P) BIKES INC. (
CASH DAUGHTERS I For sale legnano' Italian racer 80, Sears I
: 3824 N.W. 34th Place slide rule colt 60, 10lb7x9 nylon bock. PARTS-377-6901 9.30
Rosanne & Rose/ pock tent 40.1114 sw 2nd Ave (A-3T-83-
373.8936NEW PJ) .
Gordon Terry YORK LIFE' akc bril. spanlol II I wks. shot and
wormed $100' or best offer 10-speed 181 N. W. 1
& Tennessee Three Insurance Company rolelgh super course $110 1 yr. oldttunerampspeakers ) :"
$150' .call 373-5935 9:15I
Life Insurance (A-2T-83-P) :
Sunday: March 2 BrOOPM:
irxir, trailer room,close to campus,
Florida Gym ,Health Insurance quiet, air cond frost-free frig must go SERVICE- m.U122
Group InsuranceAnnuities .make offer 3860 Archer Rd. u7 after 5pm I
Stwdenttt $3.50-5.50* ph377>217l or 373-8132' (A-3T-83-P) 10AM-6PM I!
General Public .....SO'.5OUnlv..ity.Box (I for sole garrard tl95b turn table! shure 7 DAYS A WEEK
OffIc.R.bel Discount Strictly Folk Rancher me 91 cartridge,cueing,only 12 months
*Onl at University Box Office Recordsville Pension'Plans old, $100' but will toll Glenn 3781809A5T85.P ,3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D. I
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Room AC 12ov 8500 BTU$23.00 378-4922
anytime (A-3T-83-P) r-1
1973 mobile '12x30 central heat A air 2
FREE bedrooms fully furnished$1200' equity i
ti assume monthly note 7577 or mole "Perverse andentertaining. A /'Utterly
offer must sell call 3732064 (A-7T-83-P) .
Smith-Corona Electro'0 typewriter $90 hilarioui"tafcti
Jazz 'n the Grass'' Call Matt 376-9208'or 3783241.'. Keep -wm.Ysb -
trying (A-3T-83-P) II
1 Cute 36' Mobile Home in country Ideal' 730
for student or close couple air cond. CeIuMttANDYwM.G"S"'DItAIU'A''m''AUt
awnings, storage shed asking $1400, & 9
1 483-2403 evenings (A-8T-B3-P) _

1 Hewlett packard HP80 like new com
plete with cases and charger $300 call
373-8466 8-3 weekday only (o-4t-86-p)

tonyo 8 track cor stereo 4 channel matrix
has many feature $50.ask for rob 376-
t 0338 ((0-31-86-p)
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71' cougar bronze with white Interior oc.
power-steering FMstereo. tape many
good features 378-7854 lay (o-
Wilson T2000 menu size little' use moke
offer call ton 377-8459 (o-lt-86-p)

roommate needed own room "howllonvillage"
I: $50 mth plus '1-3 utilities call ( ' AAORRISSfV, (J0..*' --trans-

bicycle tchwinn varsity 10-peed(

showroom condition condition, must brand..11.new,save, excellent THE RETURN of the DOLLAR MO r!

iA: yourself $30 off retail call 378-5776 (o5186p '
) MOH-THUR $1" FRI-SUN $1"

FOR RENTFemale 'Ifl G lVtlsk:4tl!

roommate wonted for two '
bedroom landmark Apt. $30.50 mo. *. 233 W. Univ. Ave. 377-3013
'. utilities 373-8W anytime (b3pl)



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Now It the tlm. .SHORTAGE TO MOVE? bedroom. Windmeodows lux. wanted auditioning performers for GOLD I SILVER Top price paid for eft s.
w.con help you find a home ideal home for to start looking for thai If you desire to move from your present Apts. private both $99-mo+I l-3utll. Coffee House Sunday nlg'at HillelJewish rings old iewelry, etc. confidential co.
spring or foil qlr.' Wo location we con rent,sublet find furnished coble 2712 SW 34th
TV. St.
apartment mobile home,or hove or you Student Center Coll Andrea Chile 373389.c.5053moving ( -<)
roorrlmate the easy woyl small many listings avail for ,then a o roommate Immediately at NO COST. 373-3358 or 377-8440 ((8.ST.....P) Martin 392-8661 (CSP81'P1Female )
deposit eon fold it for you. Coll Coil todayll FEMALE In June?wanted: 2 br duplex or
Jodoy yn-wn United Real Estate Auoc. roommate wonted; (5225 per house for (150 ben
Inc. monegollablemust( )
month + utilities wonted(75 month V
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OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE NO ItASE NO LAST MONTH 2 bedroom 113 NE 16th Ave. 377-6997 (b-fr-55-c) ; ; Apt campus, will sign year 1 lease toll
77 Feb. utilities
furnished ; rent free; call 377-8289 or 373- occupy anytime 392-9225 leavemessage .
unlit from $135 per month' ; and!373-9296 or noncy 3776683. (CST.84P
Includes Country Homes: 5750 (B4T-85-P) or phone no. (C-3T-85-P)
fc MIDGB U wow. sewooe.. gorbog pickup )
I JOa pnt-control and yard cort. Prairie 1. 3bdr-(125 ((2152)) 3774992 your own private bdrm at (he Place Apll.compl..ly Roomote, older, studious, sm bdrm. 50
2. 2bdr Trade: Sec: III at Med Center with Sec III
-(100 ((21010)) 377-6992
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View Mobile Village 378-4411 or 373- furnished. Call luis at 373- per mo + deposit. from
iTOR 404 SW 4th Ave.m6700. 3384 (b-20t-6v-p) 3. Duplex(120 ((285)) 377-6992 6658 or come by' to opt 120 after 4p.m. campus. 1114 sw 2nd ave. (C3T-85-P) anywhere on campus 377-9821 after
n 7 Days Ml 7.00: female 4. (135 toil paid ((296)) 3774992 ((8-5T-85-P) 5:30: All Day OK weekends (c-5t-86-p)
roommate'won'ed' for 5. 50ocres-(140 -
spring 12196)) 3774992 "
sublet large 2 bdrm-1 bath 'Io.
opt completely -
quarter french quarter poolside opt.$73 6. acres-pool ((7124)) 3774992 .
a month Vt utilities' no lease toll 377. 7. (85-onloke ((231)) 3774992 furnished close to campus for G'OF.\I "OltnEPN
i 8734 after 5pm (B-5T-84-P) more) Info call Candy 373-1610. ((85743P I
Homes Near Campus l SI ,
1. fix it upove ((( house needs Two roommates needed quiet
-------- --------- responsible female, own bedroom 233 W. University Ave PKE51NTC; 377-JOIJ
handyman'to fix up. ((21510)) 3774992
FREE 2. 2 bdr-$75 ((21110)) 3774992 large mobile home, furn shag carp. 2 THE wniwm tfcSPIRIT
L aECTCONIC ENGINE ANALYSIS 2bdr-(145(233)( ) 3774992 both $SO ma 1-3 uti I. call Becky 373- SAT.
WITH A VUNE.UP 4. 2bdr-utllitl..lncluded ((130))3774992 6413 4-6 pm (B-2T-85-P) FEB.22 8-11PM

-..; 10 percent OFF plugs ph. cond. 6992 5. 3 bdr-with raised waterbed ((283))377. One roommate own room in 3 bedroomopt. .
ft labor thN 83 per month 1-3 utilities Vizcaya Special' Gust
United, Real Estate Also. Apts call Andy 377-8120 (B-JT-8J-P)
-" 19S2 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-5247 113 N.!. 16th Ave female roomate for spring qtr own bdrm RICHARD TORRENCE ft EUREKA
Open 9om to 8pm 3774992 furn. pool Georgetown (68 mo. + 13utl. TICKETS S4.00 Available at: Rebel l

**************************** (B-fR-84) no lease or d.,. 10 min. bike to Discounts Young American Shop.
campus call Diane 378-5515 (B-5T-65-P) .
sublet large one br. unfurn apt. (143 per Cleon liberal female roomote. 'Own Lioham Music A Box Office

5466 mo available(B-3T-84-P March) 1 call any time 378- room 75. month + '4 utilities. 4 blocks COMING MARCH 1 MfUSSA MAN 0(.
from Available
campus. spring quarter.
Call Penny 377.1 579 (B-3T-85-P)
MALE sublet 2-bd dupl after w InQ tr own
rm central h-oc (90 month- Vtuttl(25' Female roomate wonted Univ. Grdns.
dep furnished 2 blocks back of Norman ,$86 month.Feb rent free.Own bedroom
'," Hall 373-7631 (B.5T-84-P) /i utilities Call Cathy 373-9375 (b-3t-86-
pj) ,
wanted 2 female roommates to sublet
F FiR luxurious 2 bedroom 2 bath apt to share LUNCH DINNER11AM3PM
with 2 girls rent 62.25 plus util country
gardens call 372-0177 (b-5t-86-p) ALL DAY IIII

Mole Roommate Wanted Approx. (25.00 FOR FOR
RJ 'LQOt1 ARt weekly plus 16 utilities many extras. I
Can 377-5043 (b-5t-86-p) 89C $1.39
sublet 1 bdrm In 2 bdrm furn dip!.
77.50 month, 6 blks to campus available
)' immediately of Feb free call 378-
4 w -e. 10% STUDENT DtSCOlWT
7547 keep trying (b-5t-86-f j

E f E 7REPARI4 3 BR, 2 bath Immaculate, fully' furnished
1 mobile home Central heat 4 AC. On
lakefront lot Tr.... Rent 180. or sale OPEN DAILY HAM-MIDNIGHT

376-4126 wknds. (b-2t-86-p) .. ,. '
1 MII M.l 1 p. hMr NF I 1 1805 SW 13 ST 1' tl. i h+ xLrw.N.*
E E bath 3-story Townhouse opt. 3 blk from _.
SilO mo. utilities free. Sublet 377-0901.
I I SPREAB campus Mar. I. Call 378-8098 (b-5t-86-p) '/,1. I6....../...... wwr.Mr

Female Roommate! NW section heat,:
I PLUS air.furn.apt. 72.50 plus V/* utilities 378-,
: 5060 (b-2t.86-p)
Two female roommates, Hawaiian
/ NIT Village, AC;. dishwasher, poolside (60
mo. + 1-3 utilities.' Available March 1.
372.3934 (i b-2t-86-p)

: Mexican graduate student looks for latin
american roommate (graduate) in
Village 34 Apts. (75 + M ulil. Call after
i 5 378-5773 (b-2t-86-p)
Saturday, Feb. 22 Classifieds

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roomate wanted to tub-leoie on Roommate-Own room In 1973 mobile anyone l interested l in student leaching' ''SUMMER IN EUROPE -*" Unl-Travel( WIRED FOR SIGHT Scuba Cosset darling Fb 26th. Wreck
apartment $5056 a month + '/. home.professional or grad student next! fall In Tompa Bay area especially in Charter at less than '-* 'reg. economy "The Eyeglass Super Marl" Dive, March 9lk Sole Service Rental
1 utilities, call AI at 373-1092 move in preferred evening 37 .2751 call late if secondary school call Debbie 372-3299 fare 65 day advance payment UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS Tom Allen(Co-host! of Wild Kingdom.
now. (c-St-86-p! ) necessary (e-3t.66-p) after 6. (o5t83-p) required. US Gov't approved TWA-Pan '300SW hAve. 378-4460 T.V.) Allen Aquatic ft Trail Center Inc.
Female roomate own room in mobile Am-Tronsavla 707's.. Call toll "'e1.800-1 (M50-53-C) .__ 3448 W. Unlv 373.9233 (mfr86ipooaooooooooe-<)
home $60 plus 1-3 utilities. Must 'like AUTOSLLOYD'S 325- 867, (|-13t86p) Quality leotherwork never wears out
pet. Call Peggy or Julie at 373-9269 REVERE CYCLE WORKS it always wears in At MoSanDu we
after 5:00: (e-2t.86.p) CORVETTE PLACE We buy and Outrageous savings up to $25.00 or 1 specialize, in custom leatherwork
ARTS & SCIENCES Female Roomate needed immediately' sell Jacksonville Florida 1388.3311. I I- Introductory prices purses, bells, coats, jackets, sandals, I
responsible and neat brondwine $68 10 and Cottot Ave. (g-20t-73 p) Follis 072$165.00 Save$25.00 Now S1- 0. travel bags If it con be mode of leather,
TEACHER OF THE. Folds 072GL $225.00 Save $25.00 Now I CORNER \
mo +V utilities, call 376-2496 after 5 or we can make it to. suit you. MaSanDu, THE
weekends. .5t. $200 1131 W. Ave 10om-6pm l
(c 86-pf) University open
Condition New tire. broke. Must sell
Sentinel Sophomore $130.00 Save Monday thru Saturday, by appointment
YEAR SELECTION Wonted: roomate or roomate to shore $850 or Make offer 373-4662 (A.5T.82-P) $2000 Now $110.00 I
Sundays ft evenings, 373 7470. (j -74-
5 2 bedroom ft bathroomor
opt own room 1962 Olds 88, new brakes, radiator, air, Sentinel Whisper $18000 Save $2000 I ) I !
STUDENT ( shore with a friend) rent $100 (or power, 45000 actual miles, excellent Now $160.00Whil. cj DRUGSTORE
$50)) Vi uti (or 1.3 ut)call 376-1186 (C-5t- 3783247 G.5T.84.P .
condo $300. ( ) they lost or till 2.25-75 OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, Europe. S. !
SPONSORSHIP 86-p) 1972 Fiat Wagon 128k white, excellent 521 W.University Ave America,Africa. Students all professions j
shape, new tires, valve job, blue book 10-6 PMMon.Sot. and occupations $700 to $3000 monthly
PACKETS NEED CASH value$1600 -come see and moke offer 378.5756 Expenses paid, overtime, sightseeing. 128S.W.lstAve.i 1 .
ti : roll 378-8838. (G-5T-84-P) Free information. TRANSWORLO I
.. (I5t86-c) RESEARCH CO. P.O. Box 603,Corte i
Dept. II
113 ANDERSON OR UNIVERSITY PAWN IROKRS! 69 Chevy Van, 6 cy 350.00 Current
t sticker, runs See at 2121 Modero, CA 94925 (M6T84P) I
; tag inspection
119 W Univ 3763114
t NW 57th terrace; or call 376-5145" (A- LOST FOUNDLOST 378-1588
1 STUDENT LOAN IUT SUl TRAOfCAVH 5T82P) Tutoring !in basic math', calculus, I
chemistry, physics, biochemistry and
INFO (HUB) WHIN YOUNffOIT MAZDA. 1973 silver grey w SR 10 calculator, rm 207 leigh hall'or biology.Call Dan at 377 4158 ,.(M5T84- J
aIr am fm radio, four door sedan, ltd serial P
t vicinity: no. 439206:desperate ) .
transmission, only 17,000 mile $2700 .
;I, cannot afford new one call 392 8474 no STEVE HANCOCKS
SCUBA CLASS Marti Feb. 23 oil equip-
call 376-5012 (GFR85NC) .
questions. (I 5t 63 )
,\JROLD.TIME p ment provided Including mask, fins.
<< AT/HpspHfi 1968 CHRYSLER New yorker door, olr-
snorkel full BC. tanks +
Found : English Sheep dog around 6 to 9 wetsult AUTO REPAIR
ENO tIMpof"ted conditioning vinyl-top mo.old Call 392-1647 or 462.1702((1-51- regulators all air and text international
radio Asking $750 phone 376-4491 after
82-nc) certification five open water dives call '
G-2T-8S-P All Work .4MajorMinor
6p.m. ( ) .
Scuba Dynamics 373-5069 |M 5T-84 P)
.+ -
i Beer.Fin&.W.ne fi1'.Unc.M." O.f. .nner:
M.SNurfY Good buy) 1970 VW In good shape Tiresin Lost-Black leather ((2
s7AUrt 44 t c>brvroa.1 excellent condition. Nice interior and U of F., I personal))0S.5'rrf) Professional Typist will do thesis, Repair

GER.IINf'tl exterior.Only$900 negotiable. Coll 3725425 return call. Richard Virgona 392-1833 or dissertations. term paper; etc. IBM 208 N.W.10' Ave. 377-3185
"- '" (g-a-86-o) 3921831 (L-5T-84-P)
wkswaor45 "'rJ.'ftt" \ Selectric, Will pick up and deliver. Coll
PERSONALWedding lost' brn wallet with all Id's reward $10: 462-2739 (M-3TB5-P)
55,.. 265-15-9283.call 372-7536. ask for paper, theset-no project too big-expert THERE'S MORE
invitation $1140 per 100 I.I Bill.(L-2T-85-P) experienced, published writer, .;,. TO SEE WITH
business t cord $9.95, rubber tamps i, researcher toll 378-5520 (M-5T-OS-P)
magnetic signs, offset printing Cliff, Hal: SERVICES (
snThe Printing 1103 N. Main (J-FR-5B-C) CAlLl1VMJtJlo

Poncho's, Bookpock, Pock W.frame*, HORSES BOARDED: little Prairie Ranch
Tent, Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes, White "For all your typing needs Call us at informal ft friendly all facilities. 6 ml
office between 9 and 5 377 2235
our from
Unsversit Stag Speedo Bathing Suit Join Unlv. UF stalls$75, pasture $25.mo 3764719 -
or call us after 6 Sandl 378-
pm eve (m-10l-86-p)
ft Trail
Club. Aliens
Hiking Aquatic 5754 or Debbie 377-7806." (m-5t-83- 8 TV Channel*}, A weatner
Center 3448 W. Univ 373-9233 (| fr-72- HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY
Muslim Student AssolcoHon Gainesville: c) Pj) AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLniCS channel, UPI News. New York
LUSTROUS, quality black and white Stock Exchange,2 FM stations
Term Canada' largest Service. and 9 FM and 4 AM
Paper TV Channels
Seminar"Islamic and 8
Winter 75 photography printing to size 10. Learn .hypnosis 373-3059 Donald G.
For catalogue tend$2 to: Essay Service, stations on the FM band.
overnight available. call 373-2419
or Prott-Certlfted AAEH
57 Spodlno Avenue. Suite 208, Toronto,
377.5153 after 5. (m-5t-B3-p)
Ont Canada Also, campus representative Professional Cartographer will draw UNIVERSITY CITY
Resurgent required Pleat writ*. (j-351-70- FAST, ACCURATE, PROFESSIONALTYPING mop ft graphs for theses,dissertations ft TELEVISION CABLE CO. INC

p!) ,173-8923 SERVICE(m-5 -83-p 10) yeonelperlence.. publication 377-5481 (m-2t-86-p) 522 N.MAIN ST.
j New Task Facing NOW OPEN Specializing in English haircutting
\ blow waving for.the in look
unl.... Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W.
Muslims Unlv Ave 377264350(| >.33.p) WHY DRIVE

CHEAPEST record price in town 6.98
Mt .. LP's for 3. ,5.98 LP's for 3.39 Rock Soul
: by Dr. Thomas Irving Jazz;etc All new books at 10 percent off

'lo.ri: .' Sunday Fob. 23; 1:00 pm N list.W price..5th AVe Co-op Open Books 7 day, 9 Records 11-7 (|-6t 1105-82L :23 blocks to Mister Donut

:' ;. Reitz Union Room 361 ; p) ,

'i' ___ \\J//7'\ ? SUPER department BIKES'with INC. Has the a most new efficient service, when there's a donut shop
people in town for'appointment call Dan :
377 0722 for soles & parts call 377-6901
t Printing Inc. :::: Norton Triumph Honda Yamaha 3441
Renaissance SW Archer rd, The Small Shop that core 3 blocks away?'
otters' ,about you 4 your machine fair prices (II'jIQt
FAST COED' facial hair 'removed'per

t {from any camera ready' c0P1fnt electrologist manently. Call over 20 Edmund year experience.Dwyer The best reason .that Mister Donut'squality

Call 372.8039' (FR-6I-C)
200 copies is well worth the drive. Off the
Kim, you may feel.nobody cores for you ,
only\ $3.95 NPi but you are wrong) W* love you very
for dearly and you do not have to go far to
#' 1000 copies J find, us. Buckmon E (IJ-2T.85-P) top 'of ,our head we. came up with 8

or wonted three passenger or less to fly

for $9.95. direct Knoxville. cost from$65 round Gainesville trip leave lo treats offered only at Mister Donut
1 on most orders. frlday return sunday. Call 37327632(|( ?

Same day service 86-p) ____________
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Copies as ': Creative clever, honest male, seeks to
Ave meet timiliorly gifted female for
1632 University 312.1436 4 movies, sports, talk send all replies Mister Ugly Brownies
fair proposItions to M: 999.84 SW 16 Ave (II'|
In the Renaissance 2l86-p) Whole Wheat Donuts .* French'Crullers
to girl in white-overall Sec I at man
mte ball game would like to accompany
you to game this man nite Apple Cider Fresh from
reply or call sign 377.8459 (I-3t j .86.p)

"Turning the face toward God brings Colombia
S healing to the body, the mind and the + Blue Berry Muffins
soul" Boha'l Writing (d-lt-86)
Chocolate Mister Donut Coffee
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Beet Patties 3 PIG I $199 Strip Steaks II $179SAVE Coffee ,. . CAN' 99C Flour, . 5 A, 68C J ",;I*;'
Leg-O-Lamb II $139 Pork Ham . II, 98C Cake Mixes ". 59c Sausage* . 3 cUjl s r
Groun d f'Chuck II 88C Pork Steak . II, 99C Green Beans 4 CANS M00 1 8 pk.16 oz.Pepsi f Cola I
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Tomatoes MAID . 3 CANS"" 88C Cluster Rolls. 3 :%PROSHARVEST': i $100 B a k.HUH Ing|i||Potatoes Ol IOJTON LETTUCE,SNOWS lAG ISCAKKI 69c I Ice Cream . DPI 1(0, M29 1 'I ,,-''," .,
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WISH mOw I 1711 IAO 1 <) MINUTE MAID (THIIf CANS ltc) J .
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tl.:'", By RICK ADELMAN r.' ,. r .;':', Instead the Gators are 11.13 and out of the championship can do If you get ,beat ..,. ;'
1 Alligator Sports Writer'. picture. But for Brewster, it's been a fruitful year. A year in "Like against Indiana." We got beat by 14 points but we felt ,:
which he's learned what college basketball is all about. we gave everything. ;
Brew! Brew! Brew! ."IN COLLEGE all the games are close, that's the dif There's not much else you can ask of a basketball team, or ':.'
( When Alligator Alley fans begin that chant, it can mean ference between' high school and college," Brewster said. of Larry Brewster.
only one thing. "Also, there's much more physical contact in college ball.
LARRY BREWSTER has done it again. You have to learn to play the bumps. In high school, I could
The Gators' 6'10" freshman center is quickly becoming a shoot and not worry about it being blocked but here you haveto
l favorite oC Gator basketball followers-and no wonder. be careful."
# Throughout the second half of the season the soft-spoken Brewster emphasized that the only way to learn is to play, r I"f",
,41 18-yf ar-old has come off the bench to sink crucial baskets and. even if it means risking embarrassment against players like !I(r rr
;A grab important rebounds. Leon Douglas or Jackey Dorsey. i
WITII HIS help, the Gators have gone down to the 'wire "There's nothing like experience" Brewster explained. ;'
with teams like Alabama and Tennessee only to lose in the 1 "You can go to practice every day but you have to play to get \
,last few seconds the feeling of the game, (I
"It's been a disappointing season." said Brewster.'"When "I'D LIKE'to start but its just important for me to play,
you think of all those close games we lost. *we could very I'm happy with the situation 1'niin now, the way they have rf
easily be 177." brought me'along." f
SA "They" is the Uf' coaching staff and ,in particular head ,I
1 coach John Lotz, of whom Brewster speaks very highly. a afuij'
"He's a 'great man," Brewster id. "That's why I came v (,
here. These coaches will, make you,the best you can be. That's
the difference between here and a lot schools.". f'f'I'
bY, t'a" ffiJiYf AS A senior at West Rome High' in Georgia, Brewster was I'L
recruited by some 60 schools including North Carolina. St.,
Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky and Alabama.A .
few schools, like Tennessee, didn't try. for Brewster 5 I'r
because 'they thought he was too skinny: J.
"That is my 'weakest point,." admitted Brewster, who r
w R, ogry weights only 200 pounds. have to fill out Over the summer i.
'I'm going to try to put on around 20 or 25 pounds. It would
really''help my rebounding a lot..It could mean like five more a

.game." .
a aa t t BREWSTER REALLY can't explain why the Gator fans
have taken such a liking to him.
\ "I. guess they just like freshmen," Brewster said with a.
shrug of his shoulders "
\ "It helps my confidence a lot knowing people are behind
\ you When they start yelling you 'can see the other team
\' shaking. Against. Tennessee and Alabama the fans were really
\. great." k
\\ BUT FOR the Gator basketball team, the'season has not
\" *JBUi JR vWt itLARRY been great. The one-point losses, said Brewster are especially photos; by gorge kochonltc |I'
1 BREWSTER & CO. feel we should have won all those games," Brewster said. BREW BREW BREW
to. puts on the heavy defense "You just have to try to forget about them and do better As ; .
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Stone Crab ClaWS Private Parties B,JEFF TVDEEN some final 47-man roster' is largest linemen last season.
498-3501 Alligator Sports Writer usually hatcheted down to 'STANFIELD SAID he has
j half a dozen or less. talked ,with Vince Kendrick
Everything Prepared Fresh For You The blood, the grime, the Parker signed as a tree '(former UF fullback who was
sweat of National Football agent which should make it a Falcon rookie last season)
League training camps lie still all the more difficult. He and "Kendrick says I have a
five months away for the calculates every rookie's good chance that Atlantais
seven U F seniors signed eitherin chances to be "about three. in need of linemen:'
$ the pro draft or as free per cent:' Ortega 'said he has been
.REVERECYcutWORKS agents. But he says:' "If I weren't most impressed so far' by
Let there be no doubt, looking to make the team. I Falcon Head Coach Marion
It has wouldn't have signed. I have
though. them preoc Campbell. Campbell replaced 1; k
cupied. no defeatist attitude. No Norm Van Brocklin midway
THIS WEEKEND, three of way." through. last season and was RALPH ORTEGA
the seven Lee McGriff Paul AN ALL-SEC offensive sometimes maligned when the .:headed for Atlanta .
Parker and Burton Lawless tackle at UF. Parker says he'll Falcons failed to improve -
all signed to. the 'Dallas probably be switched to guardin under him. him."
Cowboys will fly to'Texas fora camp. He said his 6-4,240 "I had lunch with Nick McGriff says it should help
so-called "rookie weekend." ,,pound frame just ,doesn't Buoniconti and he played him in the nine weeks of
It will be the first of three mold into the NFL's typically-' under Coach' Campbell. He training :camp having two
such weekends before formal sized tackle"'of."6-9...280." says he's great" Ortega said. other Gator rookies alongside

training camps open -for ,all McGriff. signed by the From Ortega's own experience him., Parker agreed.
NFL teams in July. Cowboys as 'a free,agent the ,, he says Campbell "It will be a steadying
It will include a 'light same day as Parker, said "I "seems so down to earth. It effect to see a familiar face"
'workout, "probably' :drilling 'feel I can compete"with the would, I be great to play under McGriff: said.

some .basic':plays:' .McGriff veteran ..Dallas'receivers..'
\ p'edict d. "Drew Pearson had a great
: All of the players say.the year, but he can't..rest on his
save/ up to 42xoa, : most 'contact .with their laurels. I I.figure:they, (Dallas o t hersj'u's't'wd"i'f
respective teams so far has' coaches)will pretty much take ui
fold's. 072 4'I5 40s- been through phone calls or ,the fact that'he's:first'string ,
letters. 'for''granted," said McGrifT.."

joIlisozGL $225Q $20022 LINEBACKER GLENN who led the, Southeastern
: 'Cameron flew. to Cincinnati 'Conference..in'.receiving :this H
I S fiir Sopha & 4I3OO $ loeobo :for press conferences the'day past season."GOLDEN. "
drafted him :
after the'Bengals RICHARDS
Ssritihel Whisper I # I$0 $i s in the first round. He,hasn't had good days -and' not-so-
heard much since.. good days.'No doubt the job
..wt u.Ent y u sr..ntL FES 2s... :Ralph Ortega and Mike ,will have to be:taken, away. .
521 w.university telluY18.515b. Stanfield both headed for the from him. It would be absurd 81 JEFF TUDEEN
Atlanta Falcons, will travel to to say I can beat him out. But Alligator Sports Writer
Atlanta for a rookie camp in,my,-heart' I think. I can."
similar to Dallas' on Feb.. 28. Ortega, .the' Falcons' So far seven players off UF's Sugat Bowl squad have
Preston Kendrick. signed second round.pick, has beento been invited to show what they can offer to the ranks of
by San Francisco, was Atlanta.once':,already. He .
football. Butwhat about the other seniors?
unavailable for comment says of his chances: "It's
Three in particular, who earned'a lot of playing time
THE PLAYERS are un- impossible to 'eva uate. I do .
derstably realistic in .. the low statistical 'Cameron and I have the size. another,would like to play professionally{ but knows
chances of making ,their ,:Our speed would be judged there's no hope. the third is relieved to have a change of,
team's final cut. Forty of !'outstanding I.would ''say, scene. III,.
more rookies are ndrmally in' compared ,with other CORNERBACK RANDY Talbot'hasn't signed yet,
each team's camp at .the. 'linebackers. 'We're.>young but says-he would like to play pro ball. Last week he
outset.. The number' nuking just'minus experience.:" could have become.the fourth Gator this year to sign

"" Cameron said.' ,of Cin- with the Dallas,Cowboys, but he refused to sign because"I
tI' cinnati,' half'
:' joking. have something else I'm looking into. tint.' He would
42 "Hopefully they a not elaborate.
linebacker. They' signed'one
4i Talbot said a Dallas agent brought a contract to
4 in the first round. But Idon't
really Gainesville, but left town when Talbot wouldn't sign.
CAMERON' DID say Talbot says he will make a final decision by next month.

Cincinnati traded one of its Center Jimmy Kynes says he was interested in playingpro

FRESH' WATER SPECIALS! i top,linebackers Bill Bergey football, but that he knew pro scouts would pass.
to Philadelphia and that the him over.
player they planned to replace "I NEED three more inches and 30 more pounds"
Opaline Gouramls 21.00 Black Tetras 2-$100 Bergey "didn't play at aU he said.
Jumbo Silver Dollar $1.50 CommongGupples 1 10-$100 I II 'The Bengals won't hold Instead Kynes has applied to 'UF's Holland Law
I TigerBarbs $100 BlackMotli 4-$1.00 their first' rookie camp until School but doesn't know yet whether 'he has been
VelvetSword 41.00 Snails 19c late May Cameron said.
Jumbo Block Kissers x-$1.00 accepted. '
Mollies 21.00 Stanfield and Lawless both "
"I 1 have been looking forward to the change in
PRESTON KENDRICK weighing in at over 250
.Son Francisco bound pounds, 'were two of UF's .lifestyle.But come next fall. I know I'll kind of miss it."
SALTWATER SPECIALS! ': he added. .
CORNERBACK.TYSON Sever, a three-year.starter

.. for UF,says he made up his mind well.before the. draft
Jaw fish. $799 Purple Anemone ':$299 INTRAMURALS. that he didn't want to play pro ball.
RoyafGfomma $6.99 Red Toll Wrasse $19.9S "I'm certainly not saying I would have been drafted,
; Rock Beauties ; $9.95 Blue Devils $2.7 but I had no intentions of playing in the pros"Sever

Pigmy Mandarin Angels $9.95 Henlochus V.llowTang $35.00$15.9-palr, 'Tonight is the final game ot the';Men's Independent said. '

Goby $1X95 <# Basketball Championship teams will compete at,9 He adds"I figured I had: played enough football., It
in the Florida G>m.. Spectators are welcome. has been'ever since I played for; PAL (Police'Athletic'
Fraternity raquetball playoffs for the Orange League League)back in.'I guess,fourth or fifth grade."

Acrt will be held"tonight and Friday between TEP. PiLPhi A Physical Education major Severs says only that he
376''REEF: r MON"'.FRI. to-, 'I I. rom.lM Fit. MsIM1 and'ATO. The Blue League champs are BEta Theta Pi. plans on finishing school "in another year' or so."
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:.:' By MARK JOHNSON said. "We're all friends-good friends-and that's what teammates because of his ability to hit the home run despite
Alligator Sports Writer makes this easier." \ less-than-robus': stature. The leadoff hitter led aD players
I;JWE'RE'KIND of a special. breed. We stay on each;, ,,other' with a .400 battin'g. verage during the fall exhibition season
The three stooges,are alive!' and living in thef4outfleld I i. at. backs alJ'the'time; ,'+ Rick said. ,\ :V I'! while compiling a .270 mark last season.'
Perry Field. I. : All three agree'that the entire team is'much closer than'last, The new kid on the block is Jones 'described by Coach
Their names are Sammy Rick Joel Murrie. and Terry year's squad. Swain as a "good solid line drive hitter/',junior from North
Jones, and while they may not make you forget the Yankee's "It's just like a big family. There haven't been any gripes Augusta, South Carolina, Jones is a transfer student from
t Murderer's Row, they're the UF baseball team's answer to from anybody."Jones said. "1 think that's important becauseif Seminole Junio College where he batted .310 last year. Jones
Mo, Larry and Curly. you don't work together you have conflicts between each credits Coach Swain with much of the outfield's success
THE LATEST',antic pulled by the UF: starting outfieldersis. other and the team doesn't do as well." "I 1 think he's a real great coach" Jones" said in his Carolina
in the Oakland A's tradition, the sprouting of moustaches. "I THINK this team is a lot closer knit than the one we had: twang. '"He's disciplined us real well
"1. had one this fall and Murrie started growing one this last year" Murrie said. "We really don't have any superstars, "I PERSONALLY think' defensively well stack up withanybody
spring," center fielder Ricky said. "I. guess we're,the two hot to depend on. If one guy doesn't do the job one day, we've' got in the SEC." Swain said. "In terms of speed experience -
dogs in the outfield.'. eight other guys to back him ,up." ,,. and: throwing, potential. I don't think ,we'll) play
Right. fielder Jones though, is i still in the peach fuzz phase. Rick, the senior center fielder out ,of ,Gainesville ,High anybody who's any better in these areas. .
f While Rick and Murrie have sprung thick tufts of hair under School, was the only member of last.year's team to'bat over "All three of them have above-average arms' Swain said.'
their noses Jones' upper lip is as bare as a.new-born baby's .300. Voted to the all-SEC team last season the lanky right ",What we've been trying to'stress, and what is probably the
behind. hander has an arm so potent it ought to be tegistered with the, weakest aspect 01 the, outfield as a whole is the accuracy.;It's
t "IF THEY gave me about four or five months in advance, I Iv ,American Rifle Association. just a matter of us throwing the ball where we want it."
v might be able to grow one." he said. "I'm' not one of the hairy "We should be the top outfield in the conference," he said., But with the added experience of playing summer baseball
guys." "I know we've got the best speed in the outfield-the best ,together in Ocala and working together during the fall and
But while the outfielders are sporting the Oakland A's look, arms too." winter practice sessions the outfielders feel they're ready as
,they,haven't been plagues with the hassles and arguments THE LEADING ,speed demon' of the three is Murrie Murrie can tell you.
.' that have characterized Charlie Finley's teams over the years.. described by one player,as being "fast as hell." A native of "If we aren't the best," he said, "then I'll be personally
"Terry and Sam are just the greatest"left fielder Murrier Clearwater Beach Murrie is, called "Toy cannon" by his disappointed." '
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