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I College funding woes may. cause accreditation loss

By KAREN MEYER Those 80 positions were vacated mostly Communications, and Phusical' Education, said his college faces aery" serious prpblem"
Alligator Staff Writer' through normal attrition-transfers, retirements Health and Recreation. with the loss of five faculty positions.
or death.SEVERAL Gene Hemp interim assistant vice ENROLLMENT IN THE College of
Some UF colleges: may lose accreditationsdue COLLEGE DEANS said they president for academic affairs said he Engineering has increased 20 per cent, Chen
to a faculty salary cutback of SI.5 million were fortunate in not having to terminate any thought the cutbacks' "touch only interim !said, the largest increase in any UF E&G
ordered by 'the Board of Regents. faculty members who were not already people" hired on a temporary basis, although college.
UF President Robert l?. Marston told the planning to resign or transfer, but the current anyone hired within the last year is eligible to Accreditation for the Engineering college
University Senate Thursday that due to freeze on hiring has still left programs: in be. cut. comes up in 1977 Chen said.
unexpected retirements, less than 10 of 30 jeopardy.The -" my knowledge none of those hired last "I hope it (accreditation) will not be affected -
anticipated non-renewal of contract notices safary cutback money must come from year (other than on an interim basis) are being ," said Chen "but it is somewhat
would be sent out. the Education and General (E&G) budget, cut," said Hemp. threatened." "
That leaves about 80 faculty postions, including the Colleges: of ,Architecture and Hemp said only the College of Business Journalism and Communications College
vacated mostly through: normal attrition-- Fine Arts, Arts and Sciences Education Administration was "untouched" by the Dean John Paul Jones said the loss of two
transfers, retirements, or deaththat must Engineering, Law University College cutbacks.
remain unfilled to meet the salary cutback. Business Administration! Journalism and College of Engineering Dean Wayne Chen (See 'Colleges.' page five)

! The Independent / FRIDAY

i FEB. 28," 1975
Florida Alligator

() 67 NO. 92Test

Published by Campus Communications Inc.. Gainesville Florida Not officially associated with the Unlv'e"ity'of Florida

dealer reveals methods .

..- Bribes used to get exams I IBy

STUART EMMRICII student who confessed major involvement in Honor Court source who confirmed his
.., Alligator Staff Writer the alleged cheating ring to the Honor Court. Parents tell of cheating'nightmare' I confession and described him as one of five
an4DAVID The student also confessed he' obtained top dealers in stolen tests last quarter, said
SMITH -tests by directly breaking into offices in the see page four the student had originally admitted admitted
Alligator Editor-in-Chief business college Matherly Hall "every making about 700.
night" of fall quarter. He said he also ob- picking locks." He said he always broke into THE STUDENT said he sold three final
Custodial help in the UF College of tained tests by digging through garbage the offices alone, but he had "someone exams for $30, but on some occasions went as
Business Administration were bribed and dumpsters. waiting outside." low as $20."You .
"tricked" to allow students access to advance THE STUDENT SAID he broke into Details of the student's confession, whichhe didn't make any money that way," he
copies of fall quarter tests, according to a typing pool offices in Matherly Hall by "just recounted for The Alligator, were con said.
firmed by a highly reliable source close to the "It was just a bunch of fraternity brothers
ii Honor Court investigation. helping each other out, financially and
The Honor Court source said the information academically."If .
has also been turned over to the 1 didn't )give: them to so many people so
University Police Department (UPD), but cheap I wouldn't be in so much trouble now"
added he wasn't satisfied UPD was investigating HE DECLINED to name others involved in
the matter fully.. the cheating.The .
The Honor Court source said he gave information student said he was also able to refer
to UPD about the custodial help students to other sources for copies of upper
when 'the cheating investigation first star- level exams if he couldn't get: them.
ted.but that the police "never came back to The Honor.Court source said the studentwas
talk with us again to pick up more information one of the first to confess involvement in
jCT1Mf ." the cheating ring and turned in :'35 to 40"
+. recr "I HAVEN'T' GIVEN them any names, other students who were also involved.But .
because I don't know any, but I have given the student said he merely confirmed
them descriptions. I've given them information the names of students already implicated in
about when and where these'things the scandal for the Honor Court. He said he
occurred. went over rolls of "every fraternity on cam
"I'm just about convinced that this thing pus" to confirm names of persons he knew
(the investigation) is not going to be seen were involved.
through" the source. said. ALL OF THE people turned in by the
UPD Investigator Gene Watson confirmedthat student have been formally charged by the
his office is conducting an investigationof Honor Court, according to the source.
wg1a career service employes, but refused to The Honor Court source said four of the
comment on the specifics of the case. live ,"big dealers" have been identified, but
WATSON SAID his office had received one of those four have left school and the
some information from the Honor Court, but jurisdiction of the Honor Court.
added, "so tar'it has been hearsay." He said the Honor Court is still trying to
kT "They have given us nothing concrete that identify the fifth major distributor 'of,exams.
we can act on," Watson said. Although the student source said he had
"We are pursuing the matter as best we personally never bribed custodians to get intoan
can" Watson said, adding that no charges'have off e, he said he knew of people that had.
P been tiled against any career service NOT ONLY MONEY was used to bribe the
employes for any involvement in the business custodian, the source said, but an ounce of
college cheating incidents.The marijuana was used in one specific instance
student told The Alligator he made '
(See 'Cheating. four)
about $300 selling stolen tests. However, the page,

Less than 10 1 jobs. cut I

'By TOM SHRODER UF President Robert Q. Marston told a
Alligator Staff Writer Wednesday meeting of the University Senate
that last minute funding shifts and unexpected
Fewer than 10 UF faculty members will lose retirements saved the jobs of most of I
their jobs next year as a result of a cutback of those who were to receive terminations
at least ,80 faculty positions ordered by the DR.GENE HEMP, assistant vice presidentof
Board .of Regents. academic affairs, said he was uncertainhow
,AN recently as Tuesday. Dr Robert Bryan ,many termination notices had been sent
UF interim ice president for academic af- out to people whose jobs were saved.
fain said 20 to 30 faculty members would be
FACULTY AND CAREER SERVICE EMPLOYES Photo by eric estrin lorced out of their jobs by the SI.5 million
'. .education should be expanded, not cut cutback. ./See 'Faculty/ page seven)

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Page 2. The> Independent Florida Alligator, Friday, February 28, 1975

I Housevotes tax cut Unindicted named in Gurney conspirators trial I I$i

TAMPA (IUP1)!) Court records confirmed Thursday !

WASHINGTON (tVPu)- The House Thursday approved SUBSTITUTE Republican bill more in line with White that E. lamar Seals Jr.. regional director of Housing and
$21.3 billion recession-fighting tax cut plan that proposals for a onetime only tax rebate was defeated Urban Development in Atlanta and two other men have i t
rebates of $100 to $200 for almost everyone who paid before the final vote on the$21.3 billion plan. been named unindicted coconspirators In the bribery-
taxes, and lowered withholding from, paychecks later 17.3 billion GOP substitute would have concentrated conspiracy trial of former Sen. Edward J.; Gurney and four I
of its individual tax relief in rebates of up to $430 per co-defendants.

year.And by a solid margin. of 248 to I 163 the House voted to Seals' name was injected into t the questioning of I
the half-century-old $2.5 billion Oil Depletion Allowance, the rebates to individuals of last year's taxes prospective jurors Wednesday along with several persons '
industry's oldest and biggest tax break. amount to 10 percent of the tax paid up to a maximum who may appear as witnesses for either side. ;
THE COMPLETED package was;approved 317-97 on rebate. The minimum would be $100 regardless of the A check of court records Thursday disclosed the
roll call vote. paidr the federal'government's( first experiment with the government had answered a defense motion Dec. 10 in
The bill, which also included $5.1 billion in tax cuts negative Income Tax. This year's taxe, and the which it added Seals as an unindicted co-conspirator along

... incentives for business,-now goes to't the.Senate.where a decuctions that pay them, would be lowered primarily with James Allison, Gurney's ,campaign manager in 1968
light. was expected on the depletion issue. changes, in the standard deduction tables. and W..Stewart Gillman II, Gurney's former law partner
The tax cut itself'was expected to"be sweetened' in voting to end the 22 per cent Oil Depletion Allowance,
Senate several, dollars -' house contentionslhe: would, 'hurt 'U.S.-oil l
,i'' by billion ,primarilyinbreaks, rejected move
I middle-income taxpayers. and serve to tie up the tax cuts in the Senate. .
... '

I / trial bid fridOV I H ALLAN J, GEN GIER
Royos es Wire Editor


MEMPHIS Tenn, (UP!) James Earl Ray, 4lthou h the circumstances (surrounding the guilty plea)
Jr. lost bid for conduct on the part of Ray's retained attorneys that
assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King a' a
trial Thursday wheri a federal judge ruled Ray's initial nave been performed differently" McRae said in a
plea in the case was voluntary and "on the advice of decision "The total circumstances do not reflect a economyhas
of the Constitutional rights applicable to one who
,potent counsel of his own choosing
Ray claimed his famed defense attorney, Percy Foreman pleaded guilty" on the advice competent counsel bleak day

Houston Tex., had compromised his rights and own choosing. .
him into admitting the 1968 murder in order to is serving his sentence at the main Tennessee prison in
commercial value of books written the murder of the and was not present for McRaes: ruling However WASHINGTON In a day of bleak economic! I
rights leader of his three defense lawyers: Robert' Livingston! of statistics the government reported Thursday a decline in
mphis, was' in the court. 1974 productivity more )gains! in jobless insurance recipients
Bit U.S., District Judge Robert McRae Jr. 'rejected have no.complaint at all about the fairness of this and another foreign trade deficit.
arguments and accepted instead the !state's contention ," Livingston said. "He ruled against us. but we have two But despite the gloomy economic reports the Stock Market
Ray made a "reasoned' and reasonable decision to accept upstairs (the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in rose slightly. The Dow Jones cross-section of industrials
M9-ycar sentence rather than risk the death penalty" and the U.S. Supreme Court) that could rule closed up 3.05 on moderate trading \olume.
going to ,trial. him (McRae)," Livingston said. Reports included:
.Productivity down 2.2 per cent in 1974 --J the first
calendar year decline since the government started keepingthe
I Demos planWASHINGTON statistics 17 )years ago. The Bureau of Labor Statistics said
agree energy that while output per manhour was dropping, unit labor costs
11.2 '
rose per cent.
(tVPU) House and Senate out the democratic plan. .Layoffs in the automobile, construction and textile industries -
task forces rejected most of President Ford's energy was developed in response to Ford's almost daily pushed the number of unemployment insurance
Thursday and came up with their own plan calling for a to Congress to enact his energy program or come up recipients in early February to more than 5.9 million. Duringthe
cent increase in the gasoline tax. a comprehensive alternative. week which ended Feb. 8, about 4,986,200 persons were
The $S billion raised by the tax would finance I'A DEMOCRATS, meeting later in caucus, en- receiving unemployment up 117,300 from the previous
exploration and conservation measures to help the plan at least in general. week.
America's dependence on foreign oil. heart of the Democratic program is creation of a .The U.S. trade deficit increased by S211 million in

energy production and conservation board, ap January, with imports valued at S9.62 billion and exports at
THE DEMOCRATS explicitly rejected Ford's call for a by the President and confirmed by the Senate, which $9.41 billion. The deficit was slightly smaller than Decem-

million barrel per day cut in imports this year. have power to impose import quotas, order Sunday ber's $387.6 million, but was arrived at by a new method of
Panels appointed by Senate Democratic Leader of gasoline stations and allocate supplies down to the computation and would have. been much higher for both
Mansfield and Speaker Carl Albert set aside differences pump. months under the old one.


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award priorityBy

Alligator Staff Writer

The'student I who demonstrates the most need will get top 1
f: n v NQ;3.dx 4 kus'.r & priority in receiving 1975-76 Florida Student Assistance
Grant (FSAG) awards. "

A new' "relative need" approach to determining aid from
the FSAG will base priority on the "amount of unmet need"
wN s ( according to Ernest Smith student financial aid director in
the state Department of Education.The .
application tor the grants will require the same data
from students and their families and the same method will be
used to evaluate financial need Smith said.

bw "TilE ONLY CHANGE is determining priority where
pilWIV tJJ VI II V9IIIII people go on the list as they apply for aid."
HOW CAN YOU TELL that spring is here? Not by the examinations. .or the resurgence ot quiet love Priority was previously based on the amount parents could
erotic thermometer or the arbitrary calendar; not in besides a chattering stream. Whatever the evidence, contribute to the student's education. Those with the least
these parts. Maybe it is the lengthening late afternoon the verdict is clear: .parental contribution got the highest priority in receiving

shadows. the more forboding shadow of final Spring is here. funds..
The policy change means that regardless of the amount
parents chip in, the student's amount of unmet need will
determine'how much financial aid he receives. Applicants
New regent proposes who show the most need will get top priority. Smith explained.
PRIORITY POLICY decides "who gets on the list first and
who gets, the money first before funds run out" he added.
Commissioner of Education Ralph Turlington authorizedthe
; funds policy change to help accommodate students facing rising
university changeBy tests. The purpose Smith said is to put the "most money
where there's the most need." ,
When the Florida Legislature enacted funding tor the
KAREN MEYER There is a problem of disparity in the salary ranges of the Florida Student Assistance Grant in 1972 the program set
Alligator Staff Writer FSU law faculty and in the library facilities compared to other priorities based on a leval of revenue far below what it receives
!schools in this geographical region that were started at the today, Smith said.
While investigating, possible separate funding for Florida's same time according to Barley. The grant, program now receives $4.3 million in state
!state law schools Board of Regents member Marshall Harris In the last three years. Barley,said the amount of funds revenue and $564,000 in federal money Smith said.
said he has found it is time to re-examine the now "out FSU's law school received out of what was appropriated to it INCREASED REVENUE led the legislature to ask
moded": formula used to fund the whole State University through the Education and General (E&G) budget has Turlington to find ways of helping students meet increasingcosts.

System. "diminished substantially." "Priority needs change as times change" he explained.The .
Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin suggested Harris look into faculty "The money,is being reallocated," apparently in a differentway change in priority policy applies only to the FSAG.
salaries and the law library at Florida State University's law than it was budgeted and appropriated. Barley said. Smith said because it is the only program where the state sets
school whose accreditation now sits in jeopardy.The Barley said there have been "comments on administrative guidelines tor assessing direct need.
Florida Bar contends crippled E&G budgets are to restraints from the dean and faculty of(FSU's) law school to The new priority policy affects financial applications for the
blame witH funds appropriated for the, law schools "beinglost have some input on policy decisions that affect the law school fiscal year 1975-76. which must be postmarked before the
in the shuffle according to( Pete Fannon. the Bar's faculty," as well as input on budget cutbacks. March 1 deadline.
assistant director for programs.
FANNON SAID if the law schools were funded separatelyfrom
the E&G budget like UF's J. Hillis Miller Health Center
and the Institute for Food and Agricultural Services (IFAS), New employes 'hove no rights'According I
there would not be an accreditation problem at FSU.
State University System Chancellor Robert Mautt said -
separate funding "would seriously undermine the concept of
LESLIE GOLAY JoAnne Dice assistant in
By to employe manager
the university as an administrative unit making value
judgments." Alligator Staff Writer I II|personnel a new employe cannot formally appeal a grievance
I i until he has completed a satisfactory work performance at the
Harris agreed in principle saying his goal is to bring IFAS
The President's Committee on the Status of Women 4 end of his probationary period.
and the Health Center back under the same budget so there
complained Thursday that new career service employes have
will be funding for those
no separate programs.
Harris said his proposal "would get uniform support across virtually no access to a formal grievance procedure during the AT THE END of this period the employe gains permanentstatus
the system." because jn re-examination "each (program) first six months of their job. in Career Service and can then go through the formal
Dean Meek chairwoman of the
feels it would According Phyllis J j grievance procedure.The .
Harris said prosper.the present funding formula- based on the committee, a career service employe has almost no rights committee will ask UF President Robert Q. Marstonand
number of fulltime equivalent (FTE) students "tends to during the six-month- probationary period when they firstf i-f Dr. Dorothy Nevill interim affirmative action coordinator
prevent intelligent institutional self-analysis." start work on a job at UF.Marmish. c: to look into the "unfortunate situation," Meeks said.

"A FORMULA THAT, tends to reward increasing the
generation of FTE's tends to insure generally poor quality of In other business the committee pledged its continual
excellence in programs" said Harris. .upportof, the French Romance Language Doctoral Program.The .
"They're trying to keep the bodies there because they're ; program is currently under fire because it has not been
paid by the body" he added. quitsBy urninR out an average of two doctorates a year, according toUr
Harris has no substitute formula in mind yet. but said he J.W. Conner head of the Romance Language Depart

would "like to see a (replacement) formula not mandate" a r ment.
given number teaching positions per student. STUART EMMRICH
"Intelligent programmatic changes" should be allowed. Alligator Staff Writer In the past the program has turned out an extremely high
with higher productivity or teacher-student ratios where proportion of women and they have received full financial

possible he said. Honor Court Atty. Gen. Paul Marmish resigned his office 'support: from the department.
Law. Harris said "is one of the few callings that can be effective today declaring "I've had it. I'm getting out."
taught in extremely large classrooms." with a productivityratio Scott Knox has been appointed attorney general by Honor THE COMMITTEE agreed to send a letter to Marston and ..
I Dr. Sisler dean of the Graduate School
Harry explaining
as high as 1:400.: Court Chancellor Robert Harris. Harris also appointed Jose
that continued is based the fact that the
FSU'S LAW SCHOOL is producing a great many more Rodriguez to be 'special prosecutor in the cheating inestigation. support on programs
i' producing individuals particularly women, who will be of
said Harris.
dollars by student count than they are receiving \' .
But. Harris said the issue at FSU's law school is the same Harris said the appointments are only for the rest of this N service, in the work force.
confronting the new emerging institution of Florida quarter and no decision had been made about the post fornext "We are concerned with quality rather than quantity in
graduate programs. This program is great service to women at
International University "it hasn't been there that long. quarter. I "
UF and it abolished Meek said. ,
Harris said he wrote Atty. Gen. Robert She\in that he MARMISH SAID he was dissatisfied with the direction the we regret to see

would look into the faculty salary and library situation and investigation of ,cheating in the College of Business Administration
also discussed the
The" committee current Student
"see whether in fact. the allegations that have been rumoredare had taken and said he felt the UF administration
I Government proposal to fund another daycare center for 60
correct" and look at the problem of their "administration was not committed to "getting to the ,bottom of this thing."
arrangement." "I'm not sorry that I got involved in this (the investigation). 'children.SG.: ,

Asst. Atty. Gen. John Barley said Sheun had advised it was something that had to be done. What I am sorry aboutis would provide money to buy two modular units to be
Harris "as to the state of affairs at FSU as it may bear on its that this won't be finished. That's the way I feel that it I placed on two acres of land behind University Village married
further accreditation or standing" among law schools.IT won't be finished.' I j housing according to the proposal.
IS SHEVIN'S opinion. Barley said that FSU's Collegeof "To say that a cover-up is going to occur is really just James T. Hennessey director of housing is currently
Law "does :not fully comply with the approved national speculation but to say the administration hasn't done-all they Corking, to vet the two acres of land. _
standards and that: iris as'seriousrQb4e;: | m that tl..s.IJ.9 I .be.. {could have done is true. "This shows you that if students really mobilize they can
'corrected by the appropriate administrate body. "I guess I'm just bitter," Marmish said. j j7h net !something done." Meek said.

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4,Independent Florida Alligator Friday February 28. 1975 ,

I 'He was good boy cheater's parents say I I IBy

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because of the un- E\en with all the anguish John and his
STUART EMMRICII '"WHEN HE WENT UP TO SCHOOL, a !son's mental pressure
of are going through now,
surrounds the final outcome parents they say there
Alligator Staff Writer big !school like that he was lonely and he certainty that have been some small benefits from the
thought he would like to join a fraternity to the investigation.AND situation.
PARENTS SAY that to open i"Tb
EDITOR'S NOTE The following information < make friends." His mother said John asked if JOHN'S (
: 'll
ohn become
Sa rJ
and v9'
and trials tathe public Yy y ; U in
obtained through_ Japed he could and saved up the hearing '*
was use money"hehad earned : '' involved anything Jik tdis" agitnP?:
conversation ,,'hh'' the Riof""an'1 Mrom: to join fraternity.." releTse the 'n mes of
: ;parents+ working a thing that could ever "I think he has learned his lesson," his
would b."the worst
unidentified !student who has been convictedof father said.

cheating( on two fall quarter business "We told him. 'Well, if he thought he could happen..

exams. Concerned about what has happenedto ,gain: by it then to go ahead.'
their !son, the parents wanted to give their "So he did, and the next thing side of the !story. John is not the student's real tell us about this (the cheating), that this Cheating
name, but all other information in the story is had about his fraternity
come through
TilE the Alligator the
accurate. brothers, these people who he looked up to (from page one)
cheating ring was eventually broken becausetoo
and admired.
college at night with a large box of exams many tests were sold or given away.
John's parents were !shocked when they obtained through a bribed janitor and drive Besides, selling tests, he said, he. and his
were on
heard he was involved in the cheating t scandalat
< friends "honor
his motorcycle with them. ran an system" for lending
the DP College of Business Administration. this thing and they convinced him there was away on
The student was not able to give the name copies of the tests out.
it. He naive and He
nothing to gullible.
He was "always a good boy, never gave us any was I<
of the but did describe him. "Everything was done on an honor
kind of trouble," his mother said. believed in what they said and f followed in person system.
their footsteps I guess, without really The Honor Court source said the studenton You came by and got what you needed and
But John, in his first quarter at UP and thinking," his mother explained.Both the motorcycle had not been identified yet. left what you didn't need."
lonely for friends, joined a fraternity and but that the court was still working on it. The student blamed UF's grading system
!started on the road to a nightmare that still parents agree John deserved to be ONE FEMALE janitor was "tricked" into lor forcing students to cheat.

has not ended. punished by the university, but say they think giving students exams by being told that the liE CIIARGED that instructors are

HIS PARENTS BLAME IllS fraternity the penalties have been too severe and that no garbage bags she had been filling from the "required to fail some students no matter how

brothers for"dragging him" into the cheating one, particularly their son's teacher, tried to offices in the business college contained a lost many get A's."
ring. understand or help him. notebook of one of the students. "Until that changes people are going to be
< Because it was late at night and janitor was cheating all over this university."
John confessed cheating the Honor Court when the investigations was pulling the rope a little too tight" his mother trash to take home to look for the "lost although UF officials have said they have

beginning and was one of the 16 students to said. notebook", tightened up security measures for exams

have a closed hearing before a court injunction "HE WAS GIVEN FAILURES on his two What was found in the trash were extra there are still people who can obtain copies of

halted the proceedings.He exams and that should be it. Why all the copies of business exams, according to the tests before the exam date.

additional penalties, I don't understand?" Honor Court source who said he had received AN ECONMICS professor reported to his
received E's in both classes and nine !she asked. confessions from the students who admitted class of 35 to 40 students Thursday that the

penalty hours, but his parents say the mental John's father is particularly bitter about the they had used the ploy. exams for the scheduled test that day were

effects of the incident have been much more attitude of his son's teacher. whom the father TilE HONOR COURT source said he had "missing or stolen" from the business college
damaging to him than the actual penalties."TilIS called, "inhuman." % also received reports of innocent people who typing pool, according to a student in the

had unknowingly helped students obtain the class.
KID IS TERRIBLY UPSET. We "He is not a criminal, she should have triedto exams, including a police officer. Dr. Michael Connolly said he did not want
are concerned about his mental health, he has find out what kind of kid he was, find out
The source said some students were digging to talk to The Alligator about the missing
been able to do his work, all he thinks
not he did it (cheated).
why through a dumpster in the middle of the night tests,only to say that "they were missing when
is this situation.
"YOU HAVE TO BE compassionate with looking for discarded copies of exams, when a I went to go pick them up at the typing pool

"He is a very quiet, reserved boy, he hasn't people, teachers are supposed to understand and police officer came by and asked what they and I am going to give a different exam
human nature. They should try un "
been like this. were doing. tomorrow (Friday).
really"ever exposed anything
He got dragged into this without really derstand why he did this. When told the students were looking for a Rita I Reed, supervisor of the typing pool.

realizing the extent of it," his mother said. "They are supposed to be human besides lost notebook, the police officer held a said she did not have "the foggiest idea" of
teaching, half of them don't even know how to flashlight for them so they could see better, what had happened to;)the exams."I .
John's mother said she put much of the teach," the father complained.They the source said, adding exams then were know they are missing, that's all. I don't
blame of her son's involvement on his joiningthe also blamed a court injunction haltingthe obtained without the officer realizing what know if they were stolen or misplaced." Reed
fraternity. closed hearings for contributing to their was going on. said.




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I Independent. Florida Alligator Friday, February 28, 1975, Page 5

Fewer female facultyin

5 state universitiesBy

Alligator Staff Writer

Five of the nine Florida state universities
decreased their number of women teachers in
GAINESVILLE MALL the last two years.
This decrease came despite statewide
2546 N.W. 13th Street 4 affirmative action plans designed. to increasethe
opportunities for women in university
positions. :
CITING FIGURES released Thursday Dr. w
Dorothy Nevill UF interim affirmative action
coordinatior said UF increased its number of *
women in "primarily instructional positions"by 63c4 >
> E
THEINFASHION figures.2.5 per cent, compared with 1972.73 ,

Nevill was in Tallahassee to attend a State
University System Implementation Task DR. DOROTHY NEVILL
STORE Force meeting designed to acquaint .affirmative action coordinator
university officials with affirmative action

plan requirements. opportunity plan.Commenting .
Florida Technological University the on the consequences of this
University of South Florida, the University of possibility. Boutwell said. "If we don't get it.we'll .
North Florida Florida Atlantic Universityand have reassess our priorities."
Florida A&M University showed HE SAID, "Sonie adjustments in this
decreases in women teachers of up to 2.9 per program and some in others would be made if
cent.FAMU the request was omitted from the regents'
registered the 2.9 per cent decrease. appropriation.
J Nevill said, "Remember, though,, that Dr. Harold Crosby said the university
-y FAMU also has the largest percentage of system will not be affected by an HEW memo
female faculty .- 40 per cent in the state." forbidding "reverse discrimination." Reverse
KEN BOUTWELL, university system Vice discrimination would include giving con
Chancellor for Administrative Affairs, said siderations to a woman applicant just because
the Board of Regents' 1975.76 budget includes she's a woman.
a request for $1.7 million for implementing Crosby, chairman of the State University
the statewide equal employment System Health Education and Welfare
y opportunity plan. Implementation Task Force, "very em-
"This was not cut from the regents' phatically stated this memo doesn't alter the
budget." Boutwell said. plans or committments of the university
However, he mentioned that it was his system" Nevill said.
understanding Gov. Reubin Askew had cut According to Nevill, Crosby said the plans
all new programs from the state budget for were to continue with what's outlined in the
1975-76 including the equal employment university system plan.
4i .
f a m I w

I Amnesty ends March / 1

Draft dodgers and deserters have until to the U.S. Attorney in the area where the
> a4 rye Saturday March I I. to enroll in the violation occurred. After processing, the
President's amnesty program before it ends. individual reports to the selective service I
The program allows draft dodgers to report system in the state of his choice.
UF debaters hos t annual tourneyand

The sixth annual Gator Invitational Debate will continue through Sunday, March 2.
Tournament, sponsored by the UF debate The headquarters for the debate will be on the
team, will be held this weekend. 3rd floor, gallery east of the J, Wayne Reitz
The debates'are scheduled to begin today Union. Schedules can be picked up there.

s* II
aW Collegesfrom

( page, one) Sabatella.The .
The student reported to the Honor Court college will have to drop back its
that he saw one person leave the business quota Sabatella said admitting fewer
positions for_ next year may pose a serious students.
threat to accreditation.- The college may not be able to allow its new
"Unless the legislature makes a big turnaround Urban and Regional Planning program to
we're going to be two short of whatwe grow as they had hoped, he said.
had last fall," said Jones. ARCHITECTURE, THE ONLY depart-
THE JOURNALISM COLLEGE is "due ment in the college that undergoes national
Suited for SpringPantsuits for visit from the accreditation team duringthe acceditation will be visited by the team this
next academic year" Jones said.A year, said Sabatella.
teacher student ratio of I 1:15 is University College Dean Bob Burton Brown
are a way of life for the Girl) on the Go. : necessaryfor
So-Go to Lerner Shops today to suit yourself for Spring. accreditation, said Jones. said Monday "seven or eight" non-renewal of
Donna has chosen a' polyester gabradine 2 piece pantsuit from our "They won't pull it (The college's ac- contract notices would be going.! out to
collection. She added a print shirt for the complete look. creditation for 16, 17 or 18 students but if we University College faculty.
, Make your selection today from our suit-able collection of pantsuitsand go up to" 20 or more, we're going to be in "But there are no surprise firings," Brown
shirts. trouble, Jones said. emphasized.
See you here! Jones said the Journalism College would be "Where it is going: to hurt us'is we're losingthe
forced to drop its quota to admit only 1,100 right to hire," Brown said. "The college is
Pantsuits $14.99 up students next jear.Architecture losing the opportunity for improvement."
and Fine Arts DEan Joseph DEAN CLIFFORD BOYD of Physical
Sabatella said the Department of Art was hit Education Health and Recreation said his
Print Shirts $6.99 up with two positions vacated through normal college: lost one position which was not an
attrition, and lost two more positions from the interim appointment, but one hired within the
college's largest department, Architecture. remain.
year hopefully to
Open Sunday for your shopping Convenienc; SABATELLA SAID "it would be very Although Boyd said it will mean the collegecan
1:00 6:00 P.M. difficult to comment" on future accreditation offer less he said its accreditation is good
problems, but said "we will not be able to until 1982 and is not really threatened.
serve the same number students. we have in Dean Joseph Julin of the College of Law,
rf s easy to be fashionable just charge / the past." Dean Bert Sharp of Education Dean C.A.
To receive the national accreditation the VandcrWerf of Arts and Sceiences and Dean
architecture department must maintain "the Robert Lanzilotti of Business Administrationcould
appropriate teacher-student: ratio." said not be reached.I .

L 11

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I INSIDE INFORMATIONbailor's 378-1588

._ .. '., ..,_.... EXOTIC HANGING PLANTS
( : note: Inside Information is a weekly feature In The Question: What are the usual symptoms, : 01 umucur
Alligator, providing readers with authoritative Information on Answer: Unfortunately early diabetes may present no SHBUBSetc*,, NEW ATWe
all aspects of personal health and policies of the Student symptoms. Late symptoms may be fatigue. weight loss in spiteof
Health Service. Bring your questions to Room 305 Reitz a ravenous appetite, increased thirst frequent urination ol* Union or the lobby of the Student Health Serverice. For skin infections and oftentimes pruritus or itching skin. desks,bed*vnOffilH old*n Y* tlNWMf.MARTIN .
further information please contact the Health Education Diabetic coma is a serious complication and must be handledas
Office at the Student Health Sen ice .. Room 307.) a medical emergency. .

Question: What are the basic services a Health Maintenance. Question: What is the function of Vitamin E in the body? BLOMErMSON) WW>R Of, "RJE{ BESTSELLER '
Organization provides? Answer: Exactly what the vitamin does is not yet fully THE PATrON PAPERS ,WIll'$PfAK QM
Answer: They vary with the organization. Under the new understood. Most researchers do agree, however that
law, to qualify for federal funds an HMO must offer all of the Vitamin E prevents fat stored in the body from breaking
following- around the clock, every day: down and combining with other substances that then may s
e physicians' services including consultation and referralsto become poisonous in the body.; Several other functions it may a
t other physicians if necessary;
all in-patient and outpatient hospital services including Question: What is asthma?
laboratory anesthesia and radiation; Answer: Asthma is a non-contagious disease of the lungs. M BRYAN AUp
emergency care when necessary; The asthma sufferer has periodic attacks of difficulty in CN 3 t30o Pr1.
health care at home; breathing which may be mild or severe. Asthma may start in
'. medical treatment tor alcoholism and drug addiction; childhood or may appear at any age.
short-term psychiatric care;
complete physical checkups; Question: What is a tuberculin test?
dental examinations and care for children under age 12, Answer: It is a skin test on the arm. It feels about like a pin It ..,
including cleaning of teeth application of fluorides and prick. In two or three days if the spot gets swollen the test is ."
sealants if necessary. positive. It means there are TB germs in 'the body. A positive
Actually most HMO's now provide a somewhat shorter list tuberculin test does not necessarily mean illness. Millions of PR0IW OF TaE 'HISTORY' OEfMRTMEMT I IN
of services. But the new law is expected to lead to broader people have TB germs and do not get sick with TB. But they COOPERATION WITH PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
coverage! in months and years ahead. should have other tests..probably a chest X-ray.



Jean'Claude' Van STUDENT
the modern theatre, e :
will be at the
University of Floridaas March 1 thru .

ol his Y* Residence an Artist from'In- : March 20 :
fellow officers t March 2 8. During
2nd Floor
"gas this time he will be .

consider the mostdangerous him conducting workshops and v Gallery, JVv RU :
t +'e' seminars in creative
r writing acting and : Over 40
man alive- directing as well as non- :

anhonest cop. speaking I lectures and In to mass individual art majors Wrll

addition, classes.there will in : be exhibitingtheir :
be times when he will
probably make : works. :
f, himself available to
Individuals In
FREE PUBLIC Lounges 122 & 123, .
r JWRU, depending on . . .
LECTURE his time.

This action-packed adaptation of FLEAMARIET
Shakespeare's Macbeth is set in 16th century 8:00: P.M. UNIONAUD.
Japan during the Sengoku civil wars. Akira
Kurosawa's direction beyond the normal THE AUTHOR'S CORNER'
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; no ordinary
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IRk:.::.- (ni, Japanese with English subtitles. Featuring pnwntatlon Informol by *. occompllihodPcwt po.try reading and a slid. J WAYNE

On study relcaM' at FSU from' Tollahou.*
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Charter Flight to Europe available to all MAR. 3-7 9-4:30:
students, faculty and staff of the
ir irMorton University of Florida and their immediate Less cash !

families.The Students FREENonstudents
flight will leave from Miami on Less crowded !
Sunday, June 22, 1975 and fly, non-stop
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Madrid 28, 1975.to Miami on Thursday, August per game $2 per

The cost of the will be
Brando in one of his most interesting roles In years Is a 19th century flight $345, with a
agent and adventurer sent by the British to the Portugese Island olQuelmode f ,deposit of $100 required to hold a seat. Staff and per game Faculty Phone 3921655for
In the Caribbean to start a revolution among the natives. The For more information call 392.1657, or
film emphasizes the revolutionary origins of slavery and everyone's fierce stop by Room 330 in the Union from 3-5 Saturday 9 am-6pm info.
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tecorvo whose earlier efforts have included"Battle of Algiers." Reitz Union Games Area
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I' "Id Th*lnd.pnjni'Florida AlUgator/ ,fritloy, Fvb'rvary) "2., 1975, Pag 7

I Students ebb and flow in college dropout tide I

By JOE MORAN Voyles said the tendency to stay in school described! in terms of classification college, ratios for the entire student body.It .
Alligator Staff Writer' also existed during)! the Vietnam War. ,"They age or !sex, Vojles said. may have been true in the past Voyles
% ,' .. ..; ':" stayed in school as long as the draft was in VOYLES SAID the ratio of males to said that more males than females dropped
John Brooks, 3AS, left school f two quarter.into effect" females or lower division to upper division out but he said he doesn't "think that would
his freshman year. There is no "average drop-out that can be would probably be very close to the same be true in today's climate.:'
Brooks said he thinks "it, was just the Tom Kuriuswill graduate in June. Because
craziness of the first year," that promptedhim .".... ofhissporadic'attendance at UF it has taken
to drop out. He said his roommate had him ')10 years to complete his undergraduateprogram.
access to a lot of drugs."I ...:.:-:, .
was strung out," Brooks said. -- :e
Kurrus said the causes of his on-again off-
Blocks said he received a letter his .
upon again' college career began as early as his
return for spring quarter of his freshman year orientation as a freshman.He .
informing him he had received 45 credits said he and his fellow entering studentswere
from taking the CLEP tests. instructed during-an orientation sessionto
BROOKS WITHDREW from. school introduce themselves to the people sittingto
immediately afterward. T1zT either side of them.
"I." went up to North Carolina and got a =:- "THEN THEY TOLD US. "two out of

job he said.' three of you won't be here by the end of the
"I 1 quit smoking cigarettes, stopped takinga .. .. ( year." Kurrus said.
lot of dope," Brooks chuckled, "becamemore Kurrus said impersonal classes and the
conscious of my diet and took up yoga." f -Y increased pressure to stay in school to avoid
Brooks said all of these accomplishments' II. being dratted finally got to be too niuch.
were things he found impossible to do while in During his absences from UF Kurrus has
the dormitory community. travelled from coast to coast and worked at
Brooks said he had no problems getting jobs ranging from selling real estate to
hack into school and will probably stay on promoting rock festivals.

now. "By the time 1 came back, I was under the
"I FEEL LIKE feeding my head while I'm impression I could do anything," Kurrus said.
here," he said. "I 1. keep finding all these ,"1 have a capacity to work harder than
courses: I want to take." anybody I, know."
At the beginning of every spring quarter, KURRUS OFFERED advice for people in
approximately 500 former UF students returnto doubt as to whether or not to begin or continue
continue their education, according to in college."If .
Louis Voyles, UF legistrar. you don't really want to go to school,"
Another 500 return at the beginning of he said, "don't. But never think you can't."
winter and summer quarters, and at the The pressures which drive students to drop
beginning of each academic year 1,000 a out are sometimes related to. the course of
former students return, Voyles said. study they pursue.
WHILE SOME OF these are UF graduates Mario Ramos, a senior in art, is droppingout
returning to attend graduate school, the at the end of this quarter.'
majority are students who, for one reason or RAMOS' DEGREE program requires himto
another, left school before,receiving a degree take several studio courses requiring him to
and are returning to complete their un complete several paintings per quarter.
dergraduate programs. "I'm just not inspired," he said. Ramos
Brooks has a friend named Kim who intends complained that the work requirements makeit
to follow his example and drop out at necessary for him to turn his talent on or off
the beginning of this spring quarter. as his schedule dictates.
"This would be my sixth quarter here," Ramos said he may continue his educationat
Kim said, "and I would still be I UC." the University of South Florida, which is
KIM DOESN'T KNOW yet what she will closer to his home.STUDENTS .
do while she's out of school, or if she will WHO LEAVE UF for more
return. than two quarters must re-apply for admission -
She said she "might go on Outward .
Bound" a survival training school, or maybe Rw s. R ... r Voyles said there is no difficulty at this time
just go travelling."All for former students who wish to return.
I think about is leaving," Kim said. "I 1 "We're still trying to admit people who hada
don't even know who I am any more." place when they left," Voyles said
Kim has little else to say about her plans."I He added that this may not be true in the
JUST DECIDED," she said. "Talk to future. "I don't know if enrollment caps will
me next year." have any effect or not."
Voyles said the number of students leaving THE ONLY PROBLEM Voyles could see
school fluctuates from year to year because of for a person re-entering UF is if the studentwas
various conditions of society. involved in studies that have a quarter-
"The pattern seems to be to stay in school by-quarter sequence of courses.
now," Voyles said. "It's probably because of "If you got out of sequence then you'd be in
the economy." trouble" he said. '

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(/from page one) notification deadline and may still occur. in times of;economic decline and not cut Guy William Elmore, UF vice president of
Marston also recognized the possibility of said. administrative affairs, pointed out that a
,"I 1 think there were some people who had even further cutbacks when the legislaturemeets large 'part of administrative increases were
already been told they would not be renewed this spring.In Guy said funding for administration had due to large salary raises for career service
who will now be able to keep their jobs" grown much faster than for instruction and cm ployes.
Hemp said. the case of additional cuts late in the research.

planning process for next year's budget Service personnel received higher i cent
Hemp said he would not know the exact Marston said "it would be a whole new ball per
pay raises in the last five years than faculty. The for all
number of terminations until next week. )game. average salary occupationaltypes
Elmore said.
Marston explained that a reduction of budgeted in the general administration
administrative costs could not be substitutedlor NORMAL RULES and procedures might category increased by 55 per cent in the last
a $1.5 million 'reduction in faculty salary have to be ignored in an emergency situation, UF'S GENERAL EDUCATION budget is five years. The average of all salaries paid
costs.A Marston said. divided into general administration, and from the instruction and research budget
instruction and research sections. increased by 28 per cent in the same time
FEB. 6 LETTER from State University About 20 faculty members picketed the period.
Chancellor Robert Mautz instructed UF to senate meeting)! and were present to hear Both sections employ career service personnel _
reduce the faculty. budget by $1.5 million. Marston's budget presentation. although far more service personnelare
employed in administration than in instruction
Although)! Mautz did not specifically Dr. Albert Guv. United Facultv of Florida .
recommend reductions in administrative chapter president who organized the and research.In The instruction and research average
positions, he said UF' should expect to cut demonstration charged Marston with salary, however, is still much larger than the
in proportion to faculty.Marston instruction and research salary for general administration
administration "piesiding\ over the destruction of UF as a addition, the average
center of higher education." budget includes some positions that are often positions reflecting the greater number of '
said administrative terminationswere considered administrative, such as the office high-paid professionals on the instruction and

not restricted by jhe 'March I STATE EDUCATION. .. .. should be expanded lor :academic aflairi.and ..college. deans... ?..,. ., research, payroll,,* 1"..,:;,,
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Bloody messWhen y.r .

Count Dracula came upon a lovely young

thing, he immediately made his intentions known."I r
vant your blood," he would say as he bit her -A

neck. .
The count had the same problem the United

States is now facinga: need for blood. Dracula, was .} },
fortunate in that one person could satisfy his need -,

for a while. The rest of us are not so.lucky.

Health officials, using conservative figures,
estimate this nation is falling at least 100,000 :
gallons short of filling its annual requirement for
It's not only major cities that find themselves

drained. Gainesville, too, has been caught'short of

the vital red substance.A .

spokesman for Shands Teaching Hospitalsays e .
one third of the blood used here comes from

out of town. To keep up with emergency shortages,
the National Clearing House of the American

Association of Blood Banks ships blood from as

far away as New York and Detroit.
The other two-thirds of Gainesville's blood

comes from donors who give voluntarily to the The Edelin debate goes onAs

Civitan Regional Blood Center, donors who are -

paid for their plasma by Gainesville Plasma Corp.,
Shands. The a student of medicine at UF I felt compelled to P.
and replacement donors who give to ROBERT STANTON
respond to your editorial of February 24 concerning the recent
Memorial Blood Bank in the
John Henry Thomas manslaughter conviction of Dr. Kenneth Edelin for per
Alachua County Hospital no longer takes blood. forming a legal abortion in Massachusetts. GUEST COLUMNISTWho

Recently, a group of seven private health-related ALTHOUGH FOR personal reasons(not religious) I do not
organizations came up with a strategy for givingthe believe I could participate in an abortion at any stage of is to be responsible for these costs? The parents? The
unified of blood collectionand gestation I fully believe in every woman's right to a legal physician? Society?
country a system abortion. Admittedly,the question of fetal viability has been a Furthermore I maintain that severely overcrowded infant
distribution. This strategy, devised after much very difficult one for legal and medical experts to answer. The intensive care facilities could not possibly handle such
government prodding, calls for the regionalizationof embryonic heart begins to beat at six weeks of gestation-inmost massive loads of additional patients. Where would the
blood services into self-supporting systems. cases far before the woman even knows she is pregnant. premature infant of a mother who desperately wants a child
These regional units will conduct bood drives, Does the presence of a heart beat determine viability? An go for the intensive care it needs?
abortion six weeks of THE SECOND (What of individual will
at gestation presupposes the cessation of QUESTION type
keep records of supplies and handle all requestsfor
the fetal heart beat. At sixteen weeks of gestation the fetus result?)-is possibly even more important because many individuals -
blood. begins spontaneous motions of its arms and legs and these feel that quality of life is even more important than
However, the most important feature of the new motions are felt by the pregnant woman. What of abortions in the mere presence of life. A 24 week fetus, artificially
plan is that it calls for all volunteer donors.It the 17th week of gestation? Again these presuppose the sustained, will almost assuredly develop pulmonary problems
has been estimated that 35 per cent of the cessation of heart beat and the end of muscular motion.Dr. which will cause numerous instances of hypoxia (low oxygen
nation's blood is commercially secured. Com- Edelin has been charged with "smothering" a fetus levels) in the brain. This hypoxia will ultimately result in
until its heart beat stopped and it ceased spontaneous moderate to severe mental retardation even if the fetus is
mercial donors, who go to blood banks for some movement. I ask now, what is the difference between suction "lucky enough" to survive.
quick cash, are often drug addicts or alcoholicswho curretage of a 17 week fetus from the uterus and removing a One of the prime considerations each physician must face
need money and therefore refuse to reveal '24 week fetus by hysterotomy (surgically opening the uterus)? each day is whether he will be doing more harm than good for
their medical histories. These commercial donorsare The manner of abortion is the only difference! The manner in his patient in each individual situation. "If you can do no
a major cause of post-transfusion hepatitus, which the heart beat and motion are terminated is the only good, at least do no harm" has been a hallmark of medicine
difference between these two forms of abortion. The only for ages. If a physician does not perform an abortion, and the
which kills of 20 victims.
one out every reason to perform,the hysterotomy in place of the suction pregnancy continues to term the chances are that the infant
Blood from volunteers, on the other hand, curretage is to provide added safety for the woman. will be normal both mentally and physically.If .
carries only a fractional risk of disease. The YOUR' ADVOCACY'' of all reasonable resuscitative however, the physician believes in the woman's right to
problem lies in the fact that while most people measures in case of the fetus being "viable" is a position have a safe, legal abortion and is then forced by threat of legal
expect adequate blood to be ,available whenever spawned by ignorance of the medical aspects of neonatology.A prosecution to artificially sustain defective life he is in effect
they need it, only three per cent of those 24 week fetus may possibly survive if supported by all forced to create a large number of mentally retarded individuals -
manner of artificial respirators intravenous feeding, oxygen who will require life-long institutional care at worst,
Americans who qualify as donors now actually give therapy, etc. But the important questions are twofold: How or life-long "parental" control at best.
blood. many such infants will survive, and what type of individualwill THE PHYSICIAN, who is performing an abortion
Officials in Lexington, Ky. offered an in- result? ostensibly to relieve the parents of a child they neither want,
teresting solution to the problem. They gave The first answer is that very few of these infants will survive. nor, in most cases, can support, will in many cases be
motorists the option, of paying traffic fines with Most will be sustained for a period of days or possibly weeks presenting the parents with a burden that is tremendously
before succumbing to massive infection
or pulmonary failure larger than a simple unwanted child.
blood. Persons between the of 18 and 65 can
ages caused by the fact that the infant's
organ systems are barely Uninformed, individuals black and
well-meaning see only
donate a pint of blood instead of paying a fine,and half as mature as they should be to handle the great burdensof white in a case such as Dr. Edelin's. Those who study the
costs. This pertains only to fines of not more than independent life. The typical cost of such artificial legal medical and moral issues involved see that this area is
$10.The sustaining of life would be hundreds of thousands of dollars. made up of shades of grey.

plan that offers the most incentive to the

most people was introduced in the House of

Representatives! in 1971 by Edward I. Koch of New The Independent David Smith T.rnwood

York. It provided that an individual could creditas Editor. -in-chief Managing Editor
a charitable contribution on his federal incometax Florida Alkgatortill

declaration $25 for every pint of blood donated
within a year, with a total not to exceed $125. ( GmeHcan/;
David Klein Conna Brian Jones
Unfortunately, this bill never found its way out JM: News Editor Layout Brugmon Editor Layout Editor
of committee. W think it's time to recirculate it.
K A Tony Kenazior . . . .
With every major city in the country facing a James V, Cook ... ".: . ". .Assistant General Manager '
Mrs. Evelyn Best . . . General) Manager Published byCnnifiiis
severe blood shortage sometime during each year,' ? . .Administrative
it is obvious that the traditional methods of en- Anne Malphurs . "','-I-:" .. "'". . . Assistant C'uninmmrations, t )"'.. I"''
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.*>1ost of us,",said the cosmic humorist, MIKE ..MJ
"gd through life not knowing: what we r ,
want,' but feeling .darned:*ure we don't IIAMHIETT :Jf' *t' 'Ii; :
have it." This apt quote implies one of the ,
most fundamental assumptions in
economic histroy; that a consumer is an GUESTCOLUMNIST .,
individual with unlimited wants that must
be satisfied with limited resources. j'T
THAT WE HAVE limited resources

needs no further elaboration; witness the colon cancer and early deaths. Sure, the
worldwide energy crunch. But the notionof food might. taste good, but the cost in
inherent insatiability among consumersis terms of health might not be worth the
a weak argument. The fact that an entire time saves by convenience.
industry, called advertising, is based on Nonconvenience foods are cheaper too.
the management. and stimulus of consumer My food bill runs between$5-$6 a week
demand implies that our wants are with a minimum of convenience foods and
artificially contrived 'and stimulated to a I must admit that I've never eaten better
certain degree.. before in my life. (Sorry about that Mom.) PIRG has separate roll .i-;
I argue that we don't need to have HERE'S SOME BASIC guidelines I use
unlimited wants; growth is not always to trim expenses.
good. Rather, we can use this recession we from affairs
are 'now undergoing to re-evaluate our Stretch out the life of what you consumer
needs and to trim our wants. already own such as clothes musical and
Take the car industry, for example. recreational equipment your car, etc. I'm
EDITOR: In reference to across the country have done. I'm sure you can understand.
"GM corporate profits down" we read and still using a $6 tennis racket that I bought Mark Stern's letter of Feb. 25 Being a part of a nationwide Thus it takes time a lot of
top economists advise us that, "aggregate 5 years ago. 1 would like to point out a few network will enable us to deal time. At many universities
demand must be stimulated." The advertisers t Think CCC cutting corners things that Mr. Stern is in a very effective way with across the country PIRGs
have probably been working creatively. Do I have to take the car? Put a obviously unaware of. projects of this magnitude.Our have been active tor quite a
overtime on this problem from pushingnew brick in the back of your toilet-it'll save a FIRST, I AM well aware projects will affect not number of years.
economy models to offering cash quarter of water every flush. Eat before that there is already an effective only the students but also the AS TO YOUR ADVICEthat
rebates. Do we really need a new car in )grocery: shopping-you'll usually buy less. consumer group on community at large.IF we contact Dan Lobeck.
every garage. ? Make use of free facilities and activities, campus. You Mr. Stern and YOU HAD read closelythe let me assure you that I
PROBABLY TilE MOST common signin such as movies concerts etc. Dan Lobeck have my com article to which you refer already have last fall as a
Gainesville is NO PARKING. Cars not Think carefully before you buy. Can pliments on the wonderful job you would see that the matter of fact. We have
only wreck our environment with asphaltand I wait until it's on sale? Are there any you arc doing. landing and support of PIRG discussed the issues that you
exhaust but also our bodies from lack cheaper substitutes that are comparable But let me point out to you will in no way interfere with brought up and could forseeno
of exercise. Bicycles are much cheaper and quality? Is the brand name really worth it? that the job the Departmentof the funding and support of serious conflicts. He offered
better for our bodies (as long as you don't I AM FOR QUALITY of life rather Consumer Affairs does and the Department of Consumer his help if needed and
get hit by a car!), and walking is an enjoyable than quantity. More and more goods do the job that PIRG will be Affairs. Whereas you receive the offer was then and still
way of seeing Gainesville. I have not necessarily bring about more and more doing are two different things. your funds from Student remains reciprocal.
never owned a car and hopefully never will. happiness. Economists even realize this; While projects deal for Government. PIRG will There is no conflict of
is the food in they call it the Law of Dinishing Marginal receive its
Another good example the most part with campus funding directly interest if any thing the two
dustry. We Americans love convenience.Note Utility. I tend to agree with George oriented matters with only a from voluntary student groups will only serve to
the sales of pre-cut pre-cooked pre- Bernard Shaw who once said. "Economicsis few larger scale projects donations.Also benefit and complement each
measured provisions all pre-planned for the art of making the most out of life." PIRG projects will deal PIRG is by no means a other.
your palate's pleasure. Our "love affair This recession can actually be beneficial by mainly with projects on a "new" organization. We have I regreat that I must
with the cow" and demand for highly- refocusing our energies from accumulatinggoods national state and local level. been trying to establish decline your generous offer to
,refined foods have taken their toll in to.the more important goal of living Sex discrimination in ourselves on this campus for keep our volunteers "busy."
hardening of the arteries increases in happy and meaningful lives. hiring bank truth in lending three years. I'm sure that we will be more
surveys unlawful advertising Setting up a local chapterof than able to do that ourselves.
studies and various environmental a national organizationsuch Roxann Marietta Pres. Fla.
I issues are just"a as this is a very involvedand Public Interest Rasearch
ADVICE & DISSENT few of the projects that PIRGs complicated process ,as Group

I -Sharing Plan for the Western World I


WASHINGTON Despite the shah of Iran's recent lessen competition between the oil giants and give them even
the dominance over the American market. JACK ANDERSON
pledge not to go along with another Arab oil embargo. more
State Department is quietly preparing for such an emergency. So if there is another oil embargo the consumer may be .
EVEN AS SECRETARY of State Henry Kissinger was picking up three tabs-one for himself one for the European WEEKLY SPECIALMaury
exchanging toasts with Arab leaders on his recent ninenationtour nations and one for even higher oil company profits.
his aides were meeting behind closed doors with oil EXECUTIVE EGO: President Ford is beginning to feel his
company representatives. They were working on an oil- oats. In his private conversations with aides, he now talks who was a CIA man for over 20 years. He is a man
sharing plan for the Western world. confidently of winning the economic showdown with the who is used to speaking in whispers and is singularly unsuited
The scheme calls for the Western nations to share energy Democrats.He for the gregarious role he is expected to play on Capitol Hill.
resources in case of another embargo but in reality this believes one-third of the populace supports his As Maury's assistant Schlesinger has chosen Donald San
means the United States would provide most of the fuel. economic program and another third opposes it. The battle ders whose credentials include a four-year stint on the
Yet Kissinger may have more trouble negotiating with our he has told aides is for the undecided third. Communist-hunting House Internal Security Committee and
own allies than he has with the Arabs. Several key points of He has been encouraged by the response he has received on 10 years with the FBI.
his worldwide energy blueprint have raised hackles in France the road. He believes his economic arguments are beginningto As one Senate source put it, Schlesinger was a strike
and England. catch on. He has an advantage over the Democrats he has against the Pentagon. The appointment of his two legislative
THE PERIPATETIC Kissinger may also have trouble with suggested, in being able to concentrate on a single program. assistants means he has struck out.
the U.S. Justice Department. His oil-sharing proposal would There are too many disparate Democrats in Congress he GRAVE TALK: President Francois Tombalbaye of the
require the major oil companies to swap vital information. believes ever to unite behind an economic policy. African nation of Chad has come up with a unique method of
This the Justice Department's antitrust lawyers tear, would The President has acknowledged to aides,,however, that he winning over public opinion. According to CIA reports, he
can't completely control the economic forces. His re-election has begun a radio program called "Voice of the Ancestors,"
will depend in his opinion on whether the economic outlookis which appeals to citizens of Chad to rally behind their
The Independent brighter, in 1976. esteemed leader. In truth;the voice from the beyond is that of .
DEFENSE DILEMMA Much has been written about a close friend and adviser of Tombalbaye. No one seems to
Florida AlligatorDoug Secretary of State Kissinger's slipping popularity on CapitolHill. know just yet. what effect the "Voice of the Ancestors" will
What hasn't been written is that Secretary of Defense have on the people of Chad 40 percent of whom are animists.,
Dial Ron Cunningham James Schlesinger is also in trouble with the lawmakers SENSITIVE ART Hanging in the Corcoran art'gallery in
Entertainment Editor A ,ocio te Editor Basically it boils down to personality or lack of it. Washington are some odd-looking portraits of Communist
Senate sources who deal with the defense secretary tell us he is Chinese leader Mao Tse-tung painted by American pop artist
G.org- Kochonitc Jr. too professorial and I condescending.. He tends to lecture Andy Warhol. When visiting Red Chinese art curators
Photo Editor senators and talk down to them. This bruises some of the arranged to visit the museum their tour was carefully
Mind! Kwmcn tender egos on Capitol Hill. arranged to avoid the wierd pictures of Mao. But they can
Greg Forw Editor Schlesinuer has '''ode the situation even worse by appointing celed the, tour and relieved Corcoran officials hung up still
Sports Editor Ant. aides to handle Congress who are as unsociable as he another peculiar Mao portrait. Then the Chinese decided to
i is. His top assistant for legislative affairs,,for example.j is John see the museum after all.Recession .
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Latin American Indians ..

Issue Call for Reforms ... _

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American Indians live a life of bare First Of Kind from her Chilean village to the highway, S
subsistence because of the "complete the first chief of the Cuna tribe of
irresponsibility of the governing classes Panama and a deputy in the national
and an unjust social-political order," 32 Meeting Held Congress of Guatemala. They spent four
"grass roots" Indians from nine Latin days deciding among themselves what
American countries declared here last On UF Campus they wanted to tell educational and
week. government leaders from their countriesand

That conclusion was one of six handed To help solve their problems the the United States also assembledhere F's..c' Ie'
down in a final report of "The First Indians recommended an interamerican as observers. A dozen Indians from
Americans Speak Up" conference'sponIndian organization be formed to coord- the United States and Canada also
sored by the University of Florida's inate activities of common interest to contributed to the discussion, but were
Center for Latin American Studies. native groups of the whole AmericanThe not actual signers of the final conclusionsand
Indian leaders also concluded that continent. Also high on their list of 15 recommendations.The .
"there are organizations of various types specific recommendations were several Latin American Indians called for
which work in Latin American countries relating to better educational opportun education in their mother tongues and
and in Indian groups that, rather than ities. directed bv their own neoole. They also ,
raise the human level,serve as elements The Indian leaders included a house- recommended an increase in scholar- .
of alienation." wife-farmer who had to walk 15 miles ships for Indian students at all levels.
"Where lands have been usurped,
they should be returned to Indian %
communities and at the same time tools
for work, necessary credit and technical
University assistance should be provided the
recommendations stated.
Produced by the Division The Indians also called for marketing
f- Services to communicate official notices Itportant
information to students faculty & staff I of Indian-produced goods, encourage-
at the University of Florida. ment of cooperatives, establishmentof
national and international organiza-
tions to promote the welfare of Indians :

and an integration of Indian groups into 9t .
politics with respect for their native
Honor System Questions values.

This was the first such "grass roots"
gathering of Indian leaders from Canadato

Heavy on Student MindsQuestions South America, according to Center
Director William E. Carter. The meeting
marked the 25th anniversary the For the third year in a row, UF stude
and suggestions""concerningthe Center's annual Latin American Confer- annual competition, and the AIME chj
honor system dominated more than ence. received$250 for the best graduate stu
half the hour and a half discussion at a Following the conference, several Professor Ray Rummel (center), AION
recent session of the Gator Round Table, Indians expressed dismay at press
which brings together monthly about 30 Gator coverage. Ignacio Solis, director of a
students selected at random and 20 school in San Bias, Panama, said the
administrators and faculty members. press "totally ignored" the Latin Amer-
Asked by a student if there will be an ican Indians in focusing on an appear- Further '
evaluation of the faculty in the College of ance Friday by Russell Means, repre- 7The
Business Administration after the cheat- senting the American Indian MovementAIM
ing incident involving that college is ( ). "Means represents only a few
resolved, President Robert Marston American Indians," Solis said, "and he directive from the Chancellor
stated,"The Honor Court has not notifiedus Table certainly does not represent Latin Amer- office that required a cutback of 28
of any evidence that the faculty was at ican Indians. Reports in the press madeit faculty manyear positions in the Sta
fault." look like he directed our conference." University.System-69 at the Uniyersit;
In a similar vein one student suggestedthat Solis expressed concern that reports in of Florida also alerted universities t
some responsibility for student the press about the meeting could begin planning for other possible cuts.
cheating lies with a teacher's using the endanger some of the participants "if "Although no specific reductions i
same tests repeatedly, to which Pres- so-called accountability through this typeof their governments believed it was Administration and General (A&G) pos'
ident Marston responded, "If a test is measurement may be foolishness." Means' conference." tions are indicated in this letter and i it
used to the point that too many studentsare Steven Pritz of financial aid,' in "Yes, we want change," Solis said. attachments, it can be assumed tha
doing too well, that should raise a response to a query on the future of aid in "We need to improve our lives and we reductions in A&G positions proportionate
flag for the faculty member." 1975-76 said that a federal release of need to fight, not through violence and to those in I&R positions are distinc
Other comments by students: funds earlier this year will make it easierto arms, but through hard work." possibilities and should be planned fo
"If there were proctoring of tests, we dispense funds to meet the student Solis challenged Means' statementthat ,accordingly" Chancellor Robert Mau
wouldn't need an honor code. The way needs, but that 32 per cent more students he wasn't welcome at the conference wrote in his directive to the Council o
things are now is not fair to those who have already applied for aid than for the because no one paid his way. Presidents Feb. 6.
don't cheat." same time last He said Feb. 28 is "I too "
year. paid my own way to Florida, Mautz wrote that "the increase in
"An improvement in the system the deadline for receiving applcations.A he said, "but I am proud to have the productivity in reduced fac
would be for each college to have an straw vote of students taken showedat privilege of meeting with my Indian ulty) is based( the Regents' decisions
Honor Court." least a six to one preference for the brothers. We must work hard and learn at the February upon meeting in
"The Honor Court condones and quarter system over the semester not to depend on others if we are to solve Orlando and the tentative 1975-76 rec
encourages cheating by not offering system. our problems." to the
ommendations of the Governor
enough penalty for those guilty. "
t"I was not aware that there was an Legislature.
Financial Aid DeadlineFor The memorandum directed the reduc-
honor code at University. E&G
tion of UF academic positions in the
t"I think the honor system does an the
budget for the 1975-76 budget from
and effective
outstanding job. Applications Today allocated to 1,242.37, a
1,311.5 currently
"Some way should be found to stop .
net reduction of 69.13 manyear positions.To
rumors. What can be done about rumorsin
Students interested in financial reach this reduction totaling
the receiving
Alligator Undergraduate students who
wish to
Dean of Arts and Sciences C.A. assistance through the Office for apply for a Florida Student Assistance $1,543,888 based on an average to
VanderWerf suggested that "a student's Student Financial Affairs at the Univer- Grant through the State Department of $22,333 it was found necessary

unwillingness to rat on another may ,sity of Florida for the 1975-76 academic: Education must submit their applications -
undermine the honor code." year must complete and return their prior to Saturday. These applica- Deferred Fees Are
Asked by a student what can be done to applications to Room 23 Tigert Hall by tions are also available in Room 23
make teachers accountable, President today, or face the possibility of losing an Tigert. Due March 7
Marston said, "We often measure things opportunity to receive aid. Applications winter
that are easiest to measure rather than submitted after Friday will receive Questions Students who have not paid
any form of plans
what ought to be measured. We are consideration only if funds remain after financial aid be quarter fees through deferment
may to Student March 7,
inclined to focus on things that can be monies have been awarded to applicantswho Financial Affairs in the basement of must pay all fees by Friday, Controller -
measured quantitatively and our meet the deadline. Tigert Hall. according to Assistant University
Monte Loeb.

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Latin American Indians : g a

Symphony Pianist Close Out

Issue Call for ReformsAmerican D 1 ,
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: i- ALI- President's Music Festival

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Indians live a life of bare First/ Of Kind from her Chilean village to the highway, + Guest soloist David Bar-Elan mans the Government Productions. Tickets are
subsistence because of the "complete the first chief of the Cuna tribe of t .1 piano keyboard tonight when the Univer-- $$3.50 and$$5.50 for students,and$$4.50 and
irresponsibility of the governing classes Panama and a deputy in the national sity Symphony Orchestra presents the $$6.50 for non-students. They're' on sale at

and an unjust social-political order," 32 Meeting Held Congress of Guatemala. They spent four Y + final concert in the President's' Fourth the Constans Theatre Box Office, Rebel
"grass roots" Indians from nine Latin days deciding among themselves what Annual Festival of Music series. Edward Discount,The Rancher and Strictly Folk,
American countries declared here last On UF F Campus! they wanted to telL educational and Troupin conducts 80-member orches-- They'll' also be available at the door.
week. government leaders from their. countriesand

That conclusion was one of six handed To' help solve their problems, the the United States also assembledhere tra.Free tickets to the performance are
down in a final report of "The First Indians recommended an interamerican as observers. A dozen Indians from "sold out" but reserved seats are held

Americans Speak Up" conference'sponsored Indian organization be formed d to coord- the United States and Canada also only until 8 p.m. Anyone waiting outside ffirmativeContact
by the University of Florida's' inate activities of common interest to contributed to the discussion, but were University Auditorium at that time

Center for Latin American Studies. native groups of the whole American not actual signers of the final conclusionsand vA stands a chance of getting in for the 8 8:15:
The Indian leaders also concluded that continent. Also high on their list of 15 recommendations.The p.m. concert. ((action unto

"there are organizations of various types specific recommendations were several Latin American Indians called for Bar-Illan, who has appeared with the
which work in Latin American countriesand relating to better educational opportunities. education in their mother tongues and New York Philharmonic and many other

in Indian groups that, rather than directed bv their own neoole. They also A name orchestras, also will give a master''
raise the human level, serve as elementsof ,The Indian leaders included a house- recommended an increase in scholar- class for all interested listeners 2:30-4: OfficersFor
alienation." wife-farmer who had to walk 15 milesUniversity ships for Indian students at all levels. \ --- p.m. Saturday in Room 120 of the Music

"Where lands have been usurped, L Building. UF CommunityAs

they should be returned to Indian -' r. r.
communities and at the same time tools Johnny Cash-Sunday part of the University of Florida's' 4

for work, necessary credit and technical continuing effort to fully implement its

assistance should be provided," the On Sunday, Johnny Cash brings his Affirmative Action plan, individualshave

PublicH recommendations stated. ( : __ family and friends to Florida Gym for an been appointed in various areas for
Produced the Division of Information & If
I y ationt$ Services to communicate official notices & The Indians also called for marketingof 8 p.m. concert sponsored by Student faculty, staff and students to contact for
assistance with Affirmative Action
f important information to students, faculty I staff Indian-produced goods, encourage-
1 Mat the University of Florida. ment of cooperatives, establishmentof 4 matters.
Students should William Men-
national and international organiza- contact
tions to promote the welfare of Indians Congressional Record denhall,,Assistant to the VicePresidentfor

I and an integration of Indian groups into ''jr Student Affairs, 123 Tigert, 3921265.
politics s with respect for their native N J JA s e et Has Inaugural AddressThe Faculty in E&G colleges should contact
Honor System Questions values. : t Dean Thomas W. Cole, Sr.., 231 Tigert,

This was the first such "grass roots" 3 It major portion of President Robert 392-2401; faculty in IFAS should contact
gathering of Indian leaders from Canadato Marston's' inaugural address has been Associate Dean Jack McCown, 1038

Heavy on Student MindsQuestions South America, according to Center A ( lean Sweep for UF's' AIME reprinted in the February 5 issue of McCarty, 392-1762; and faculty in the
Director William E. Carter. The meeting Congressional Record, page E413, at the Health Center should contact Vice-Pres-

marked the 25th anniversary of the For the third year in a row, UF students too top honors in the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers'' request of Congressman Don Fuqua. ident Chandler A. Stetson, M101 MSB,
and suggestion "'concerningthe Center's' annual Latin American Confer. annual competition, and the AIME chapter UF was chosen the best in the nation for the fifth year in a row. Michael Froning (left) Fuqua is quoted as saying, "Dr. 392-2761.
honor system dominated more than ence. received$$250 for the best graduate studentpa er r rin the nation and Nancy Slater (right) won$$250 for the best paper by an undergraduate. Marston brings to his position a wealth of Career Service and Administrative and
half the hour and a half discussion at a Following the conference, several Professor Ray Rummel (center), RIME fa ty advisor, accompanied the students to New York to accept their awards. leadership and academic experience, Professional personnel should contact
recent session of the Gator Round Table, Indians expressed dismay at press including a brilliant term as Director of Jackie Hart at Personnel in the HUB,

which brings together monthly about 30 atorae coverage. Ignacio Solis, ,director of a the National Institutes of Health. It was 3921072.
students selected at random and 20 school in San Bias, Panama, said the ONLY ACUITY REDUCTIONS ORDEREDFurthe'r my privilege to attend his inaugurationand The 'University's' Affirmative Action
administrators and faculty members. press "totally ignored" the Latin Amer- to share with the television audience, plan, a policy of nondiscriminationaimed
Asked by a student if there will be an attendance his tremendous at enlarging and expanding
ican Indians in focusing on an appear- and those in ,
evaluation of the faculty in the College of ance Friday by Russell Means, repre- 75-J76 6 Budget Cuts StudiedThe address." employment opportunities for minorities!
I Business Administration after the cheat- senting the American Indian MovementAIM and women on the UF campus, was

.' ing incident involving that college is ( ). "Means represents only a few reaffirmed earlier' this academic year,

i! resolved, President Robert Marston American Indians,," Solis said, "and he directive from the Chancellor's' notify 20 to 30 interim instructors and reduction of the Instruction and Re- Dissertation DeadlineMonday when President Robert Marston noted,
of Florida commitmentrests
stated, "The Honor Court has not notified "The University
certainly does not represent Latin American office that required a cutback of 288 assistant professors that they could not search (I&R) non-academic positions,
;, us of any evidence that the faculty was atfault. is the last day for the final on three bases. It is morally right,
Indians. not specifically
Reports in the press madeit faculty manyear positions in the State be reemployed next year, to cut back even though these were
I for all and will benefit all of
submission of dissertations legally required, us
look like he directed "
our conference. 69 the and to recommended by the Governor.
University System- at Universityof positions in some UF centers
In a similar vein one student suggestedthat students doctoral degree this by discovering and developing new
expecting a
Solis expressed concern that reports in Florida also alerted universities to reduce total for summer school 25 The figures given UF for planning for
some responsibility for student should be turned in to of undeveloped talent -
All avenues previously
the press about the meeting could begin for other '! cuts. the possibility of reducing non-academic quarter. papers "
planning possible per cent below the 1974 level. Almost $$1 "
lies with teacher's
cheating the
a using 280 Grinter
endanger some of the "if below the Room "...
participants "Although no specific reductions in million in the required reduction was positions show 24.69 positions
same tests repeatedly, to which Pres- so-called accountability through this typeof their governments believed it was Administration and General (A&G) posi gained by between 50 and 60 positionsthat 450.81 currently allocated. These pos- .. ,
ident Marston responded, "If a test is measurement be foolishness." "
may Means' conference.. tions are indicated in this letter and its will be vacated through attrition by itions are support personnel secretaries -
used to the point that too many studentsare Steven Pritz of financial aid, in "Yes, we want change,,"" Solis said. attachments, it can be assumed that June 30.Mautz. technicians, etc. for the various Career Service
doing too well, that should raise a response to a query on the future of aid in "We
need to I&R
improve our lives'and we reductions in A&G positions proportionate directed in his memorandum to E&G colleges and other units in the ,,
flag for the faculty member. 1975-76, said that a federal release of need to fight, not through violence and of these are
to those in I&R positions are distinct presidents, "I would appreciate each of budgets. Many
comments by students: funds earlier this will make it easierto
year arms, but through hard work." possibilities and should be planned for you sending March 1 list of the already frozen because of vacancies and Job
"If there were proctoring of tests, we dispense funds to meet the student Solis me by a .Openings
challenged Means' statementthat vacancies are likely to occur.
accordingly, Chancellor Robert Mautz specific actions which have taken or other
wouldn't need honor code. The you
an way needs, but that 32 per cent more students he wasn't' welcome out
at conference memorandum also points ,
of will Mautz's
wrote in his the Council take to
directive to make the budget
things are now is not fair to those who have already applied for aid than for the because no one paid his way.. reductions. "The Governor's' tentative budget substantially
Feb. 6 6.
don't cheat. same time last year. He said Feb. 28 is "I, too, paid "
own to Florida fellowship support.
way reduces
Mautz wrote that "the increase in The memorandum also stated "Prud--
"An improvement in the system the deadline for receiving applcations. he said, "but I am proud to have the faculty ence Until his recommendations are firm, we Despite the freeze on general employ- Salary: $$9,333Locksmith,
would be for each college to have an A straw vote of students taken showedat privilege of meeting with my Indian productivity (resulting in reduced' dec-- would dictate at this time all should reserve some n flexibility by with- ment, Career Service positions are I-High school and 2 years
) is based the Regents' planning should take into account the
Honor Court. least a six to for the upon areas affected Salary $$7,308,
not :
one preference brothers. We must work hard and learn in offers of fellowships funded by available in several s by experience.
isions at the 3 meeting possibiliy of additional reductions. Thus, holding .
"The Honor Court condones and February school and 3
the Locksmith
quarter system over semester not to depend on others if we are to solve the freeze.Some representative openingsare II-High years
not Orlando and the tentative 1975-76 recommendations we are including in the planning base aUF state appropriations. ,
encourages cheating by offering system. our problems." as follows: experience. Salary: $$8,101,
enough penalty for those guilty." of the Governor to the Medical Technologist-Florida licenseas

1"1 was not aware that there was an Legislature." Debaters in Tourney Here; Agricultural Technician.III-Hlgh sch-- Medical Technologist. Salary; $$8,498,
honor code at the University." Financial Aid DeadlineFor The memorandum directed the reduc-- ool and 3 years ag-related experience. Pharmacy Assistant-High school dipl--
1"1 think the honor does tion of UF academic positions in the E&G&
system an Salary:'$$6,723, oma, no experience required. Salary:
outstanding and effective job." budget for the 1975-76 budget from the Junior Wins Jax. school $5,011.
Team at ,Audio Visual Technician-High ,$ ,
.. ..
"Some way,should be found to stop Applications TodayStudents 1,311.5, currently allocated to 1,242.37, a. - - - I and electronics maintenance experience. Registered Teaching Nurse I-Gradua--

rumors.What can be done about rumorsin net reduction of 69.13 manyear positions.To championship for UF Salary: $$6,451, tion,from school of nursing. (Positions
the Alligator?" interested in receiving financial Undergraduate students who wish reach this! reduction -.: totaling The Sixth Annual Gator Invitational for the first tournament state began five years Cabinet Maker (upholsterer-Uphol-) open in most all areas) Salary: $$8,477,
to the
Dean of Arts and Sciences C.A. assistance through the Office for apply for a Florida Student $1,543,888$ based on an average manyearof Debate Tournament with 50 to 70 since stering experience and 4, years cabin- Registered Teaching Nurse -Graduation -
VanderWerf suggested that "a student's' Student Financial Affairs at the Univer- Grant through the State Department Assistance of $$22,333, it was found necessary to Southeastern teams begins in the Reitz ago. et-making. High school degree required. from school of nursing and one year

unwillingness to rat on another may sity of Florida for the 1975-76 academic Education must submit their Union at 3 p Pan today and continues the intercollegiate tournaments, Joe Salary: $$8,101, ,experience.: (In''pediatric renal dialysisunit.
undermine the honor code." year must complete and return their prior to Saturday. These applications applica-- Deferred d Fees Are through Saturday and Sunday from 9:30: Scanlan At and Terry Brown placed third in Clinical Dietitian-Bachelor's' degree and .) Salary: $$9,855', '

Asked by a student what can be done to applications to Room 23 Tigert Hall by tions are also available in Room 23- a.m. to 4:30: p.m. varsity division at the University, of one year,experience. ADA,Registration Respiratory Therapist, n-Completion
make teachers accountable, President today, or face the possibility of losing an Tigert. Due March, 7 The UF junior varsity team recently South Florida and Rucker Smith and required. Salary:. $$9,792, of course in respiratory. therapy, and
Marston said, "We often measure things opportunity to receive aid. Applications won the Florida Intercollegiate'Forensic finished third in the varsity Computer Operator I-High school de- three years experience. Salary: $$10,314, '
that are easiest to measure rather than submitted after Friday will receive Questions Students who have not paid winter Association State Tournament in Jack Gary Kaplan FSU. gree, experience preferred. Salary: SteaD fltter-Hlgh school and 4 years
what ought to be measured. We are consideration only if funds remain after financial aid may regarding be directed any to form of quarter fees through deferment plans sonville. Composed of Rick Mullaney and division Florida Debate Society's' faculty $$6,451, experience, or completion of recognized
inclined to focus on things that can be monies have been awarded to applicantswho Financial Affairs in the basement Student must pay all fees by Friday, March 7, Juan Jimenez, the Junior varsity team The is Dr. Judee Burgoon, assistant Computer Programmer'II-Degree in steamfitting apprenticeship and 2 years
measured quantitatively and our meet the deadline. Tigert Hall. of according to Assistant University Con worked its way through. competitorsand sponsor of speech. CIS or degree and one year experience. experience.;Salary:; $$8,101,
troller Monte Loeb. defeated Stetson'.in the final roundnt professor }, .- '- ... .

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STEVE PROCKO sorority will be held Saturday at 9 p.m. in the -
Alligator Staff Writer Rathskeller. Donation $1.00, Live and Bit .
MOVEMENT:will meet tonight at 8 in the J. MEETINGS The Organic Garden Co-op. All S
Wayne Reitz Union, room I SOB. Topic of members are urged to attend on Saturday at \,, \\ ) t, .
discussion: "Who was Ayn Rand?" I 10:30: a.m. at the Organic Garden. For : S S SS 0P
FUN AND FELLOWSHIP MEETING further information call 3778087. ( \ <
SPONSORED BY Inter Varsity Christian BLOCK AND BRIDLE: All members are ) t
Fellowship will be held tonight at 7:30: at asked to be present at a meeting Saturday at 8
Collier's; 2809 SW I Way. For further information a.m. at the Livestock Pavillion to work with \) t \- \0
call 378.0759.FOLKDANCINGI state FFA meats and Livestock contests.
will be held tonight at 8 DIVINE LITURGY of Eastern Orthodoxwill 0 "
in Norman Gym sponsored by UF Folk- be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the :-P \
dancers. For further information call 376- Episcopal Center 1522 W. University ,
0244. Avenue. For further information call 393- \\ 01Oc0 ) .
GSU PARTY The Graduate Student 7526.
Union will hold a party tonight at,8:30: at the STRAT-0-MATIC Baseball will be held ,,
Episcopal Student Center. Admission is free. Sunday at 7 p.m.in the J. Wayne Reitz Uniin. \
For further information call 3778367. room 339. For further information call 378-
PAPP a religious satire will open Saturday 7177.
evening at 8 at the Hippodrome Theatre. HAROLD AND MAUDE: will presented
Reservations must be picked up by 7:40: p.m. Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Broward Hall Rec
For further information call 3738375. Room. Admission 25 cents with area card, 50
HEART FUND BENEFIT sponsored by cents without. For further information call
w Phi Kappa Tau fraternity and Delta Gamma 3929249.


A story in Thursday's Alligator said the UF In the same story, Steve Block was iden.
Chamber Singers received $1,098 in ap tified as an SG senate .member. He i is the
I propriations from the Student Government chairman of SG entertainment.The .
Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee.The .
figure should have been $1,980. Alligator regrets the errors.

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I Prof uses comics to test students I

Alligator Staff Writer I INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the BEST answer. Some cartoons or strips have 2 or more -questions
"\ pertaining to them; read carefully. Items. in key lists .maybe used more, than once Do
ITime"after time Charlie Brown lets Lucy hold the footballr NOT, 'pleasemark' on the exam Itself; use your answer sheet. Good luck!
him to kick. Time after time he dashes up to the ball and
ills on his head as Lucy pulls it away from him.
I 1.
Lucy has fallen
Charlie Brown has made what is called a "false for Snoopy's clever use of
JPoor sumption.." ((1)I ) misuse of labels ((2)) name-calling ((3)) obfuscation
Charlie Brown, Hagar the Horrible. Doonesbury and many fy equivocation ((5)) lifting out of context ((6)) diversion.
Iher comic strip greats will star in a BES 121 final exam this
larter. ISM &AD TO ONE Of THE Joe Greed was bornin
j Milton "Chris Christian, UF professor of behavioral This is a SEE WRITIN6ABOUt YOU RE SECRETS WRITING IS GOOD TO a small town in
odes,created the exam, based solely on comic strips. story ofGreed. PEAL WITH Colorado.He's .
1 THE 36 STUDENTS in the decision-making course will be 1; 6QEED? /REAL EMOTIONS HUMAN
Iked to identify fallacies appearing in the cartoons.
J The test begins with a comment from Christian to his
udents. v
I "Taking this exam may insure your niche in history. Oh 2 _
jot t the kind of history Einstein made with E equals me ;
[uared but the kind ot history that accrued to Salem witches:
)Chrsitians served as hors d'ouvres, and to the guy who dide "I'm ,really interested to see how it will come out. I really on a personal level with students" said Sarah Weiss
( bugaloo when they played'The Last Tango in Paris.' Foru think they'll do beautifully" he said. 1 1UC.
my lovable victims are about to take(insofar as I know) Christian discussing the purpose of the decision making "He seems to care and makes it obvious we're not just a
he first examination ever based solely on comic strips and course, explained many things can lead students astray when bunch of numbers" according to Loren Cohen, I 1UC.
artoons." making decisions such as what to major in, who to marry or "Education should be personal and entertaining," said '1-
"Comic strips are a reflection of life" said Christian, who whether to drop out of school. Christian,who takes a picture of each student during the first
leads the comics regularly to find examples for his test. Christian attempts to make them aware of fallacies that week of class.
"For several yean now I have wanted to give an exam based should not be considered in the decision making process. "The pictures help me to get to know my students faster
lely on comic strips" he said. FALLACIES ARE PRESENT in advertisements, politicsand he said.
However, he said he waited for a "fun-loving, lively daily conversations, he said. "If I didn't like to teach. I wouldn't do it." Christian said
keable class." "There is nothing inherently evil in fallacies, but students matter-of-factly.
THIS QUARTER Chirstian found such a class and decidedo !should be aware of them," Christian said. He went on to say, "I 1 can't conceive of teaching without
| give the test, which counts 30 percent of the total grade. making it fun."
"As far as I know, this is the first time this type of test hasn The course tries to make students more aware of their own There are many. diverse ways to teach a subject, Christiansaid.
given in the world," Christian said. abilities and make them more effective thinkers.To .
"Why do I do it? Because 1 have fun. I think funny. I help the students study for the course Christian wrote "Some professor assume the subject tends to be dull and let
lieve humor has a place in education,"he said. "Handy Dandy Hints," a 15-page supplement to the regulartext. it go at that. Others say 'I can take the subject and make it
Because of the money shortages within the college, come alive.'"
ristian himself is paying the estimated $60 cost Xeroxing Shirley Hassele, J 1UC, a member of the class, said the The professor that teaches creatively never gets bored with
jtoe test copies.He supplement eliminates the need to take notes and helps his students he added.
explained the test will determine whether the students prepare the students for quizzes. Christian has taught at UF more than six years. After two
[can apply what they have learned to actual visual examples. Most of the students agree that Christian is not the typical years, he was chosen as University College's Thomas Jefferson
Christian explained that if the test results don't seem fair, college professor. Outstanding teacher in 1969. In 1971, he was selected as one
he will give another exam. "HE'S DIFFERENT than any other teacher I've had here. of 17 outstanding UF professors by ODK.


in the Spring Quarter 1975 Course &

[Teacher Evaluation the questions 2-10 .

listed on pages 2-9 do not correctly

'correspond with the statistical means o ttt

[associated with each professor in the

College of Journalism Arts and Sciences a

and Architecture and Fine Arts. The 4 .

questions should read as follows :

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2. THE INSTRUCTOR SEEMED TO BE INTERESTED IN TEACHING. cork. The uppers designed by Marco Martini are the
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his misrepresentation was a clerical error

[on the part -of Carl Christy, the evaluation

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A13T.90P 2", 1U14 easel' and print washer $125 I
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2 E. Univ.Ave 376.4892 CASH WHEN Wedding Bands, ft Engagement Rings Avail. Quarter
YOU NlID IT Traditional Contemporary designs of Spring utilities Village Apts townhouse, furnished -
1.175 All util. paid ((22011)) 377-6992
choice. Handmade for individualswho two bath call Debbie after six
your the best. work 2. $90 Country home((2101)) 377-6992 pm. 3732944female I
wont Original by
3. 3 bdr. $170 near:: U of Flo ((2216)) DIRTY
South's Artists. Master Gold ,
leading 377-6992 Roommate; Wanted "Hawaiian
# IMPOKTEP Smith and Lapidist. Unconditional 4 24 acres home near campus 377. Village Apt. 2 bdr 2 bth, a-c heat, pool POOL
\ Guarantee.OZZIE By appointment only: 6992 etc $61.25 o mo.i ulil.call 373-9767
373-3894 A-13T.90-P) after 4 p.m;Available Mar. 1 (b-10t-89-
matched set'of wedding rings white gold Homes and Apts Avail. Now Pi
PARTS embedded with, diamonds 400 dollars. I'. $75 2 blocks from U of F ((2267)) 377. Female roommate, own bedroom 3 blk
372-7893 four and six whole diamondsIn 6992 from campus, $69 mo -f 1-3 utilities call OPEN
both (a-3t-92-p) 2 SO acres 3 bdr Ranch ((2243). ) 377. Schovown or Anne 3778005. (b-5l-88-p) q5't 7:30
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$95 sublet utilities electric Included. air SUTSELLT5ADEREPAIR' a Ittfltasse liH lMl
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nix three bedroom
vigy apartment Vizcaya 1
apartments$80 per month + '/. utilities.
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+ $50 dep. NICE 2 bdrm trl. with' ac
located in quiet shady pork In NE Chip 6 in. FLUFFYRUFFLEfern
376-4378 (b-5t-92-p)

female,own room 2 br dupl unfurn cent .
ht-oc be able to put up with a puppy
RIDES baskets
LARGEST MIDWAY EVER, $87.50 + -/i util. $50 dep. see Julie e.
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qtr? own bdr with priv both,oc, pool $82 i
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anytime 373-3798 (b-3t-92-p)

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$80. includes utilities please call Nancy
373-9682 (b-2t-92-p)
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opts os soon as possible own room 80
per mo % utilities phone call lynne
.a 376-20B8 Kathy 373-4516 (b-lt-92-p)

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5 for $1 1
three bedroom opt. $75 + % utilities &
Mar 373-1326 ( ..3T-90-P) I Motel I Lounge

Female roomote wonted, luxurious
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Available: Rebel Discount University Box $95+'.... util. feb. rent free, call Dee 372- Fresh ,
1366 or 373-2638 (B-5T-9Q.P) M. /
Need roomote own bedrm In 4 bdrm \, r**
house 3 blks from campus 323 nw I I4st. ,
Office fraternities & sororities. $75 mo 4 1.5 utl. $75 dep. call Ken 377. Snapper Go *- IAA
5081 ofter 4pm avail mar I (B-5T-90-P) !xn
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female roommate' needed own room
"havilon village" 62.50 mth plus 1-3 1 Acnon
utilities call after 5 376-1467 (B-flt-86-p) Scallops Crab Claws \

1 bedroom opt. I block from med center
4 campus $169.00 unfurn. or $189.00 Mullet Shrimp N5
furn dishwasher laundry carpet pool
rec. room no pets call 373-8063 ( ..ST- Trout
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a room in a nice house 3 blokes from uf Stone Crab Claws
SPECTACULAR in 2 acres of land $95 monthly' need a Private Parties
quiet responsible female toll 372-1724
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ON SUNDAY\ lok.front lot Tr.... Rent $180. or sale 2. 2 bdr Cottage$1 on lake 377-6992 reasonable: Most rry.'tondiion.! 378- Tents,'.*ugb,'Sh ., TroN Shoes, White-1! year' found:f student "air( travel
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for to campus 377-6992 Female roommate wanted! Gatorwood Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic A Trail 934-6660 (m-25t-68-p)
TACKLE BOX spr qtr. fern 4. 24 acres 3 miles
NUBBY'S roommate needed to U of F 377.6992
Center. 3448 W. Univ. 3739233fr72
landmark opt 2 br opt share 2 bedroom 2 both $60 call (( WIRED FOR SIGHT

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70 roommate n.eded; OWN room 12 3. 2 bdr $90 Save II 377-6992 3733894cSO33c( ) introductory prices (M-50-J3-C: )
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t 2 I. util''.call 373-MU a7-"* after 5. 1 I. $75 Avail for Spring Qtr $60 + ''. utilities, Gatorwood $200. specialize, in custom leatherworkpurses

CLASS RINGS (b2t91.p) 2. 2 bdr Efficiency Walk to Utl. pd. 377-6992 close to campus no deposits call Sentinel Sophomore $130.00 Save belts, coats (jackets, sandals,
377-6992 marlene
Sublet campus 373.3735 anytime at dill (c-5t- $20.00 Now $110.00 travel bags If It can be mode of leather
large 2
DIAMONDSWATCH br I bath unfurn. apt 2 3. 3 bdr $170 No lease or deposit 377 88.p)
miles from campus SW$205 Mo. All 6992 Sentinel Whisper $180.00 Save $20.00 we con make it to suit you. MaSanDu,
REPAIRS facilities, included call offer 6:00: x-tro 377. 4. $85 Moble home 3776992Unll.d HElPI! Female roomates wanted for cozy Now $160.00Whl. 1 1131 W. University Ave open I loom-bpi
200 W. University Ave 8318 (b5t68plBeautiful' ) furn. 2 bdrm. landmark opt. Ideal they (last or till 225.75 Monday thru Saturday by appointment
3 facilities' $58 + '/. utilities"" call kathy or 521 W. University Ave Sundays & evenings 3737470. ((j-sp-74-
372-4106 BR unfurnished Real Estate
apt To sharon 373-2784 (c-3t-91-p) ) 10-6 PM Man.-Sat.
wr --_....--- sublease stoning 3-1-75 call 377.5747 113 NE 16th Ave SlEEPY HOllOW HORSE FARM riding
after 5:30 (b.5t.88.p) Open 9AM to 8 PM 377-6992 roomate wanted own room $50 mo + I3 1- 378.5756 academy & boarding stables.
mfEQi1Eif! I utl. starting spring quarter close to ((1.31.91( <) Professional huntseat Instruction lighted
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maid cooking pay no utilities, call glenn 6474 Jerry ovmloble March t (b-5t-89-p) HELP WANTEDSUMMER
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LIMITED EDITION I available, late March thru June $165 )_._ positions for men in New England Ski spring break at snowbird Utah rent studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20f-
378-3264 mnth includes AC good view high rise Needed summer for' boys ((47th ). 91-p)
I 117 W. Univ. immediately I or 2 female camp year fun studio w mold kitchen at base of
B *M> .:. *_HAlachva call 373-2806 after..! mJb( :Sr-89 p) roomatesfor 2 bedrm, 2 bath opt. $58.00 Extensive aquatics program ((26 WSI lifts, sleep 4 sauna pool $250. Call 373- HORSES BOARDED: little Prairie Ranch.
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location we con'rent sublet it or find, you Pj)_ Also experienced tennis instructors ((14 shall not say (You should hove seen the 4719 eve. (m-IOt-Bo-p)
a roommate NO courts.). Other Campus In-
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GeneratorServlceAlternatorsStarters 113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 Available 32175. Nac 137 Thacher Lane South Orange out and experience the unforgettablethrill
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2 spacious completely furnished I 3t-91-p) Our experienced Instructors will be Prott-Certified AAEH (m40186.p11Foreign )

bedroom opts directly behind norman Female Roomote needed for Spring $75.00 to recoverer of raleigh super pleased to take you on on introductoryde cor owners, need reliable
Gentrators- hall. Available mar 15 call 373-8064 or quarter Wnd, meadows 2 bedroom 2 course 10 speed was green tall 26"frame this Saturday. For scheduling Coll 37 service Grand Prix Motors of Brodenton
378-0134 evenings (b-7t-91-p) both furnished Call 377-7887 anytime (b- 27" aluminum wheels, lowprofl. 3-0798. The Florida Soaring Association will service on weekends-Interested?
brown tires, brooks
Foreign CarService Female roommate needed for Spring 51.91.pl) gumwall (j-It.92-p)_ Call John 378-7159 (M-3T-90-P)
champion narrow leather seat. on
Quarter. 3 bedroom Wmdmeodows Apt OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom house Pref. frame, wheels, UF266333528 bike No. "The lover of mankind these are the typing service any material to price
$77.50 + utilities, Must be Neatll" Coll female $83.50 + V. util. fireplace big 349681 on left rear fork call ((904)) 392- superior'men, of whatever nation creedor thesis typing Professional work. Deliver
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Ph. 378-4011 Mature mole female 2nd St desperate (b-5t-91-p) Writingsll92t(| )
or roommate ______ Art Art-Ed Female, over 21 with auto for' Scuba Classes starting Feb. 26th. Wreck
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Part-time art lettering Job 3 afternoons
508 N.W. 8th Ave. furnished 80 mo. plus '/> utilities, 378- WANTEDMed per week. Apply at 1226 B, S Main St. FOUND Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild kingdom.
3907 (b-2t-9l-p) student seeks roommate for' own (e-5t-92-c) lost female burmese cat choc brown T.V.) Aliens Aquatic t Trail Center Inc.
bedroom, bath In country gardens. with gold eyes last seen corry vlg. area. 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (m-fr-86-c)
behind med center $116. mo prefer grod Salespersons Have 7 openings for Reword 373-0065 (l-3t-9l-p) _
Professional dog obedience classes Is
outside sales sales
printing previous or
or prof student 373-7144 (c5t88.p) FOUND black with white
a paws offered 2 $30.
knowledge of print preferred. Must have now being mo. course
car great commissions Call 378.7614 (.. behind crystal' call JIB 372-9322 keep begins March 10 from 8-9 pm at army
Broward-Rawlings Area Council mole roomote to shore furn t bedroom 5t-9-p) trying. ((1-5T-90-P) reserve, ne 8th ove. 373-1059 keep
apt Olympia opts 1100 sw 8th Ave $75 Found a watch and class ring must trying (m.IOt-91-p)
mo. + '/i utilities, can, heat carpet 2 AUTOS identify to claim call 376-947J ask for Excellent childcare by experienced LPN
Presents blocks fr campus call Bob 373-8874 (c.5188.p Steve ((1-5T-90-P)
MAZDA 1973 silver grey w hour, day or' week, country atmosphere.
)_ air om-fm radio, four door sedan, std lost brown wallet tues between tigert & 5 miles N.W. 1.75 any age-any. time 472-
Female, studious to share 2 bdrm opt. transmission, only 17,000 milts $2700 lib. east need ID'. call 376-1231 ((1-21-92- 2118 (m-St-91-p)
"Harold & Maude"Sunday Quiet complex Camelot. $100.00 call 376-5012 (G-FR-85-NC) Pj)_ The Plant Doctor makes house calls.
month thru August plus 'Utilities..
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vegetable gardens
Student 377-0972 Mornings (c-7t-92-p) 1969 catalina pontiac station wagon Lost: 1 man's Rolex watch, blue face.Lost 5192 (m-5t-92-p)
radial tires, exhaust ,
March 2nd Female roommate wanted Spring qtr new heavy duty springs new call after 400 system$895 near the Plaza. large reward. Call S. typing IBM correcting selectric II Call
Williams. Night 3772442. 376-0563
Oaks $59 1-5 utilities. Own
Regency +
negotiable 378.9779 (g-St-88-p) Mary after 4. (m-I.92-p)
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student non-cigarette smoker. $58 mo. .92-nc Call 377-4877 (m-5t-92-p)
((1-St ) _
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Upset-minded Gators -

seek out No.1 Tide .

By ANDY COHEN ALABAMA ON the other hand, is riding
t' Alligator Sports Writer high with a 21.3 overall record and a top 10
national ranking. The Crimson Tide have

Having spent this week savoring their only lost once at home this season, that beingits J N p y,w'v+M
biggest win of the season, a 66.58 triumphover regionally'televised defeat to Kentucky last 4
Kentucky, the Gators will try to make it a weekend., It r / h
dean sweep of the conferences top two teams Leon Douglas Alabama's 6-10 center, r
Saturday as they travel to Tuscaloosa for z spearheads an offense that has overpoweredmany n Ar+i a .
game with the powerful Crimson Tide of conference teams this season Charles
Alabama. Cleveland and Charles I Russell, both excellent
The I Gators' Monday night win over outside !shooters, aid Alabama's attack.
Kentucky vaulted Alabama. into sole Both teams met earlier this season with the 1.
posession of first! place in the conference a Crimson Tide pulling off a 73-67 win over the *
position they lost about this same time last Gators in Alligator Alley.IN .
season, when the Gators upset them, 64-61 in THAT game, guard Mike Ledermenand
Alligator Alley. forward Gene Shy led UF's attack with 19
BUT SATURDAY'S game is in a totally and 18 points respectively. But one scoring
different !setting as the Gators have found it lapse late in the game was all Alabama 4j4
tough: winning away from ,home this season. needed to assure the win.
In fact, nine of the Gators' 12 victories have
Gator Coach John Lotz looks this
taken place in the friendly confines of
game as a great challenge for his team.
: Alley.
The 12.14 Gators still have hopes for a .500 "Alabama is leading the league and we

season! overall but they'll have to upset both have to. go up there and play them in their MIKE LEDERMAN, ALIAS 'THE FIREMAN,' HELPED DOUSE KENTUCKY'S FLAME
"" Alabama and Vanderbilt next Saturday to do own backyard-it's going to be tough," Lotz in the Alabama
\, but the biggest challenge comes Saturday gym.
it. said. "We'll have to get a super effort again if ,
The Orange: and Blue are currently in sixth we expect to win, but we expect that from our

place in the conference with an 8.8 record. people." _.__
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; The Independent '

'{ ; "; L Florida Alligator / SPORTS .

""' A ..';?\t5, .
;f.4"#' \,) ,', rage 18. Friday Fe b Nary 28,1975 1
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::: ;: Track team seeks title I

:: I: .j'\ ,\ :::! i in SEC championships

.- : _____ ___ __ __ __. .. ....
C rM By RICK ADELMAN; said Carnes, "but I'm not willing to accept that role.
t'T Alligator Sports Writer Champions should be considered the favorites until they lose
A "
the championship.
Beware of Tennessee! "I THINK we'll be very respectful towards Tennessee,"
That's the message the UF coaching staff tried to get acrossto added Benson. "We might have woken up a sleeping giant.
the Gators this week as they prepared for the Squtheastern They're really going to come on strong."
Conference (SEC) indoor track championships which will be Carnes said Alabama, LSU, and Mississippi State, in
staged today and Saturday in Baton Rouge, La. addition to Tennessee and UF, should challenge' for the
UF WHIPPED the Vols by 25 points in a dual meet at coveted team title, something that the Gators have,never won.
Tennessee a little over a month ago, but head coach Jimmy "The conference is more .balanced than ever before,"
Carnes and assistant Roy Benson know the Vols will come continued Carnes. "The 60-yard dash is a good example.
MARVELOUS MITCH' GOINGS storming back. There are 10 sprinters who are capable of winning the individual
will face serious challenge in 440 yd. dash Coach Stan Huntzman's troops' have won the SEC title 10 title."
out of the last I 11 I years. AUBURN'S WILLIE Smith owns the conference's best
"On the basis of that dual meet we should be the favorites," time of 5.9 but Alabama's Tom Whately, Auburn's Cliff
Outlin and UF's Mike Sharpe and Willie Wilder are just a
tenth of a second behind Smith.
Gator baseball team travelsto The Gators do find themselves in the comfortable positionof
having favorites in several events.
I Horace Tuitt "The Trinidad Terror" is fully recovered
from a hamstring pull and has clocked a 1:51.7: in the 880
FSU for test of 75 slogan
which Bate. is 1.5 seconds faster than Mississippi State's John

By MARK JOHNSON fielding consistency. The team gave up five errors last SENIOR STANDOUT Beaufort Brown brings the SECs
Alligator Sports Writer Saturday in Deland, with the deciding run scoring after a best time of I 1:10,3: into the 600-yard run. Joining him for the
muffed relay to the infield put the Stetson runner in scoring Gators will be Tom Doerr with a 1:11.4: and sophomore
The longest journey begins with the first step, and the UF position. Wimpy Alexander. '
haseballers have already taken two strides backwards by And finally, there's the problem of finding out which is the The Gator mile relay squad, ranked second in the nation
losing their opening two games against Stetson last weekend. real Gator offense the one which nubbed out three singleson behind Seton Hall, has run a 3:13.3: while'Mississippi State's
However, the Gators will have a chance to even the score Friday, or the one which produced nine hits in coming foursome has been timed in 3168.:
this weekend as they journey to Tallahassee for two games back from a 4.1 deficit to tie up Sunday's game. The success of UF's two mile relay team is one of the keys to
with cross-state rivals Florida State (FSU) Luckily, one big question mark has'been turned into an the meet, according to Benson.
HEAD COACH Dave Fuller and his gang will be attempting cxcIanJtion point. Senior third baseman David Bowden is up. Steve Gomez, Doerr, Alexander, and Tuitt have been timedin
to find the answer to three unsolved riddles which ''off the sick bed and is expected to start Saturday. 7:40.5: this year compared to Tennessee's misleading 7:59.
may decide whether the "35 in '75" team slogan is a real BOWDEN, WHO describes himself as "weak it much "It'll take a 7:35: to win the race," said Benson.
possibility or just a pipe dream. improved"was feared to have mononucleosis until tests late "Vince Cartier is going to have to double in the one and two
First, there is the question of whether or not the youthful last week proved negative. miles because of injuries," Benson added. "We should have
UF pitching staff can cut down on 'its over-production of The Gators will be facing an FSU team which features eightof had the luxury of not doubling."
walks, a problem which has plagued the team since the 10 returning regulars from last season's 37.25 squad. Cartier will be joined in the mile run'by Frank Betts and
opening games.of fall practice.In Leading the Seminole attack will be All.District second Par Wallin. Steve Bolt of Alabama has run a 4:01,9: while
the two games last weekend. UF pitchers produced II baseman Randy Davidson described by head coach Woody Cartier's top effort is 4:07.5.:
walks two of which accounted for runs in Saturdays 5-4 loss' Woodward as "the best all-around player on our team." BOLT AND CARTIER are one-two in the two mile with
The Gators will start senior left-hander John Chappell on times of 8:44.9: and 8:52.8: ,
In the first two ot their this respectively.
games season Wednesday, the
Saturday and freshman righty Craig Pippin on Sunday. Both
Two Gators will be their
Seminoles won both ends of a doubleheader against St. Leo defending individual titles.
worked in with
pitchers Friday's opening game Chappell
College. 1.0 and ,105. :
g giving up four hits in four innings and Pippin three hits in.fi\e Mitchell Goings will be seriously challenged !in the'440-yard(
s innings. Each gate up an earned run. with Pippin taking the "I 1 hc\"re' a little better and so are we so they ought to be dash by Evis Jennings of Mississippi State and Will Freemanwill
,'r loss. two fine ball games:' UF Coach Walter Swain said. "I'll be be hard-pressed to repeat last season's winning pole vault
THE SECOND question mark lor the baseballers! is surprised if they aren't. performance. '
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7 W.* Unl......" Ave, Downtown REALTOR Alligator Sports Writer secutive golf tournaments, NCAA title. -
GolnyiyNU, floHdo Phone 371 ._1971 Open 7 Days iii, 7 00 404 SW 377 4ih-Ave 6700 Buster Bishop's band of BUT .THE GATORS ran
Two-time SEC champions Gators ventured forth to into a fired-up bunch of FSU
the regning national Tallahassee last year for what Seminoles 'jiyjio; maybe
champions. and the was to be merely another stop surprisingly, were not as all
awed' by the presence of-&

Education Involvement team that had won seven
Netters on road, straight..'The. esult_was..:a

Ipur-stroke!, -Semuiole,: victory
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tackle ._ ..
oil-- to : FSU'< .: :: underway''
and the Gator's:re-o"ut: to reassert =
I tennis team hits the road this weekend the first'of themselves.;- --

two away matches.:'The Gators, with a 1 1-0'record-'after a 9-0 .,"They broke.o ur string Jast
victory against Furman Wednesday; meet Florida State in year" said'.senior Ben
Tallahassee Saturday afternoon. Duncan "so we're out lor

After a One-day breather, Coach Bill Potter's team will revenge. I, think we're takingour
travel to Valdosta 'Ga. on Monday for a second try against strongest team."
Valdosta State. The match was originally scheduled for this ANDY BEAN echoed
past Monday, but was rained out Duncan's remarks and added .
The Gators will return tQ Gainesvile!' to'play AppalachianState "Iluit was kind of a .K-
on Wednesday in the first of Jour home matches next surprise last year We ought
week : to go back and win this year."
Biship, as usual is ion
fident,,but unlike his players,

Lace 'Gators he motive do\vn-pla\s! the. revenge

"We're just going to go
play in a golf tournament."he
TALLAHASSEE-The Up women's tennis team is testingits
!skill in the Florida State Invitational that began Thursday !said "We're going' to try to
win it and then we'll back
Without the services of their number one player' Judy get
t a >. Acker, the Lady Gators are hoping tor a top three finish. With and get ready to "play in

Acker, who is sidelined with leg injuries, the women netters another tournament.
had hoped to finish number one. bringing
Lady Gator coach Sue Whiddon said that the main heavy armor in the familiar
of Bean, Duncan,
competition for the Gators would come from the University of personage
Phil Hancock, Sullivanand
Miami and Rollins College, both"of whom have dealt defeat to Denny
Jim Hart. And for
the Lady Gators already this season. an
added Bob
TUSCALOOSA Ala. The UF women's swimmers are punch junior
Bailey, 'who led the 30-man
not too concerned as they compete in Southeast Women'sIntercollegiate
Swimming and Diving Championships that Gator golf team through the
Orange and Blue, matches,
started Thursday.
will be hand also.iNTRAMIJRAi.S.
"We should take firsts,in almost everything, and if we run on
into problems it'll be because of lack of numbers," said Lady

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and women to be held March
SCHOOLS IN THE U.S. AND MEXICO. Wrestling Tix 79.The ,

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