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''j State law makes UF an agency,

By TOM SHRODERt trctly? departmental I policy not applied
Alligator Staff Writer x ks Administrative: university-wide. ,

I, A major reorganization of administration "IT'S NOT ..SOMETHING you comply
I procedure is taking place at UF. ""." with overnight.: Mautz said. ,
.' State Uniyersity System Chancellor Robert statute could The Board of Regents. which already
Mautz notified university presidents on Feb. 'j 'grind operates under the APA took two months
27 that the university system falls under the .<' working with a lawyer to adjust to the new
Administrative Procedures Act (APA) law. he said.
requiring massive changes in the decision- this place to a halt, Mautz said he will arrange a meeting
making process.COMPLETE. .1! between Carroll Webb staff director' of the
COMPLIANCE under the I 1 administrative procedure committee and
law by the nine state universities is' not expected university representatives in about a week to
:m. until the end of April. Mautz said I' Bryan discuss plans.for compliance.IN .
'I'uesday.UF ;.tt A FEB. 28 LETTER to state university
,;s' administrators have long dreaded L.JMll.tI: presidents Mautz wrote. "Mr. Webb does not
forced,compliance with the APA. a law that on the proposal must be given an opportunityto and we're going to comply" Mautz said. believe a substantial number of exclusionswill
mandates the complete reexamination of all express views before the decision-making UF President Robert 0. Marston said last be provided by the legislature but he
administrative operating policies. body: week it was still uncertain if UF would 'be' appears willing' to listen to our arguments
r Dr. Robert Bryan UF interim vice in addition UF must rewrite its policy instructed to comply immediately or wait regarding areas of difficulty and to be willingto
president for administrative affairs said last manual citing legal l authority for each policy. until the legislature clarified the situation this help persuade the committee in this
month compliance with the act could t' rind Biggs said. spring., regard./'
>this place to a halt Bryan said there are hundreds of such Mautz said he told the presidents not to Mautz also told the presidents to
UF: ATTORNEY Tom Biggs'said the law decisions made every quarter at UFo wait for clarification but to start complying distinguish between rule-making and
requires UF to publicize any administrative MAUTZ SAID Tuesday that the universities immediately. However Mautz told university "procedures or orders in such areas as admissions -
action which would substantially effect individuals 'were instructed to be ready for com presidents to plan on legislative exemption in degree requirements graduate
three' weeks before a decision is pliance at the Feb. 27 meeting of the Councilof certain areas of university jurisdiction such as appeals and probation."
a, made. Presidents."We student conduct hearings Student Government Procedures or orders in these areas are not
"" Any individual or group wishing to speak have agreed we are subject to the law the Shands Teaching Hospital and covered by the APA. Mautz said.

faculty cutbacks

morethan expected;

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women hit

TOM SHRODER Tuesday morning. Bryan reported 24
Alligator Staff Writer faculty would be terminated in' spite of
"reasonable expectations." including nine

The final toll of a Board of Regent's. women and ISmen.HOWEVER .
ordered cutback in UF faculty is heavier than FOUR OF'' THESE terminations rk
t <
i anticipated and falls most heavily on the were discovered to be inviolation of
!shoulders of women. American Association of University Sy E
Dr., Robert Bryan.. UF interim vice Professors' guidelines, because they had been,
president for academic affairs, said 20 faculty employed as interims since before July 1974.
members who had "reasonable expectations"of Although Bryan said it is not required by
continued employment will not be. .con- UF or Regent policy in,order to be "as fair as x
tinued next year. possible," the four interims who were em-,
LESS THAN A WEEK AGO, UF ployed,for; more,than one year would not lose
President Robert Q. Marston (told the their jobs.It .
University Senate only nine faculty members was announced later Tuesday afternoon
who might have expected to be employed next that'only'20 faculty members would ,be ter'urinated A
year would be terminated. ;instead of 24.
Bryan said the confusion was due to a mix- 'REINSTATEMENT'OF THOSE four
up in communications between college deans interim professors will cost $37.900. The extra'
and the administration. funds' will be taken from a $134.000
Women accounted for six of the 20 terminations "cushion"written into budget plans to enable z
,or 32 per cent of the' recalled UF to meet future committments to the state,
.positions. Brvan said. -. due July 1976.
DR. DOROTHY NEVILL, interim :affirmative Bryan said he is still hoping the state'
action coordinator said only'' 12.9 committment. a built-in year-end repayment'of
per cent of the total UF faculty are women. as much as $600.000 in unspent salary
.Dr: Harry Sisler. dean of UF's graduate appropriations will be omitted from: next> ,
school.'said. "As an administrator. I cannot \ear'% ,budget. N
feel comfortable about the high percentage. of ,Reacting to suggestions! that increased
women who.were terminated." faculty turnover could result in some of,the
l Bryan said the only positions considered for terminated faculty being rehired Bryan said
termination were temporary or "interim"faculty "to hold out any hope for these people is
legally and morally,indefensible., "
INTERIM FACULTY INCLUDES a The faculty members ,were terminated as
higher percentage of women than UF as ;i part of a 109 position cutback, in I order" to ,. 'J...W a, '
'\whole Bryan said. save $1.5 million"'in 'blari s: photo by chip hlrtt

But even within the 'interim category. ;Some of those po'sitions'are presently THE DAILY BAD NEWS of layoffs; hard times and crime may cause concern for the
Women were chosen .for termination unoccupied and others are tilled with faculty
disproportionately. Twenty-four per cent of members who already intended to leave after' grownups, but a little person's world _'Is all set right with an icy glob of'vanilla

UF interims are women while 32 percent of" precariously perched atop sugar cone, all under the auspices of a supervising

the interims terminated were women. See 'Layoffs/ page fourteen) daddy, of course. Bad news?Slurp I What bad news?Uh oh. .

2,Th.Independent Florida Alligator.;Wednesday,March 5, 1975 .

I Ford suspends tariff hike I II

f Vetos" oil,,! fee bill; .;: :, :;(, I

I wont hop 0'f t tin
WASHINGTON (UP1)!) In a compromise the recessions and the fuel shortage, Ford

,?, IqyingfhcSp gesture to Congress, President Ford Tuesday said, "Hopefully, we can agree on an energy .
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suspended for 60 days most of his con program by May
('( -r'eno( 1fT') C''ltof / troversial increase in oil import fees. "The most compelling reason for this 60-
would have ,day postponement is that I want no part in
; : But he vetoed a bill that
,,\; ,( ta )( suspended his entire $3-a-barrel oil fee increase delaying' the speedy enactment by the

Cuts for 90 days, and urged the lawmakersto Congress of the income tax cuts which can be
v.'hich: (on beb enact an anti-recession income tax cut by on this desk by the end of March., We have

Ih: y ':desk'by t'h(" April I and a national energy conservation exactly four weeks"

program by May I. "What we need now is a simple, but
end6f f0Clrc h AT THE same time, the President postponed substantial, tax cut to revive our economy and

until May 1 his plan to remove controlson make more jobs. What we need next is a
Ford the price of domestic oil production. He comprehensive 'energy program to end our
had planned to take off'controls April I I. dependence on foreign oil producers," the
Controls hold down the price of 60 per cent President said.
of U.S. oil production to $5.25 a barrel. The
rest of U.S.oil sells at the world price of about FORD SAID he ordered the $3-a-barrel

Sll a barrel. If controls are removed on May increase on imported oil to spur Congress into
I 1. the price of about half the oil America action on energy. But Congress, attacked by
consumes will double. Ford for "diddling and dawdling," voted to
in suspend the hikes.
1f'I'' The President's dramatic announcement
r\ the Oval Office climaxed a long weekend of Ford produced his own energy program.
intense politicking between the White House The Democrats came up with a variety of
and the Democratic-controlled Congress. plans. Friday,. Ford and Democratic leaders
SAYING HE was giving Congress the met in the White House and agreed to work

added time it requested to write laws battling toward compromise.

I Senate panel drops depletion kill rwednesday,1,

WAHINGTON (UPI!)' The Senate Finance Committee legislation or some other bill "even if I have to put it on a bill /capsule
voted) Tuesday to speed action on emergency' tax cut changing a comma to a semicolon." -
legislation by dropping a House-passed amendment to kill the The committee set a target date for having the tax cut bill
Oil Depletion Allowance. through Congress and on President Ford's desk of March 21,
Committee) Chairman Russell Long, reaching a compromise when the Senate is scheduled to begin its Easter recess. If this

l with Sen. Abraham Ribicoff D-Conn., and some timetable is met. 1974 tax rebates would be mailed to almost GAO airs interest conflict
other committee liberals, agreed to bring the depletion issueto every American taxpayer in May.
the senate floor by July either in forthcoming energy tax The House last Thursday passed a bill including rebates of
$100 to $200 for almost all taxpayers as well as cuts in 1975 WASHINGTON (UPI) .- Congressional investigators
taxes. Finance Committee members indicated at Tuesday'smeeting charged Tuesday that some officials of the U.S. Geological
Jury convicts Brooks they wanted to increase the tax breaks in the bill, Survey own stock in companies holding mineral leases on

particularly for lower income persons. Federal lands administered by the agency. ,
HOUSTON (UPI) .- A state court jury Tuesday convicted The committee's vote on delaying depletion! subject to Rep. John E. Moss, D-Calif., in releasing! the report by the
David Owen Brooks of the 1973 murder of Billy Lawrence, consideration, and no matter what the committee does there General Accounting Office, said the findings raised "serious
one of 27 youths killed during a three-year sex and sadism will be a Senate floor fight on whether to kill the $2.5 billionoil questions of conflict interest" and could result in a criminal

partnership. industry tax break.Where. investigation by the Justice Department.

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Independent Florida Alligator Wednesday March 50 1975.Pag 3

Task force propos" new penaltiesBy i

Alligator Staff Writer suggestion.that. the, new honor, pledge be a idea of having faculty,representationwas
The Task Force on the Student Judiciary 'statement'':that, students could sign ,upon, discussed at some length1. among task
drew up a list of "draft proposals" Mondaythat taking a test that would "provide continuing force members.
include the elimination of penalty hours awareness of the Honor System." "We are saying that academic dishonesty is
for Honor Court offenders in favor of a The task force has not decided on the the faculty and the student's problem. We
"public reprimand," suspension, and ex wording of the new pledge, but will include a want faculty involvement in the honor court
pulsion.The substitute when they devise aist\ of final said W.E. Williams associate law professorand
proposals, which are in rough draft recommendations., task force member.
form and still being revised also ;include Another task force recommendation included "THAT WAS TilE problem before -
changing the Honor Pledge, taking extra establishing "status boards" in each students were governing students and the
measures against cheating, and adopting the college which would issue status reports on faculty wasn't going to assume any respon-
Administrative Procedures Act (APA) as the security measures in each college. sibility for academic dishonesty," he said.
method for handling ,Honor Court THE TASK FORCE decided to proposethe "A student-run Honor Court brings a lot of
proceedings. status reports be made the obligation of pride to a, student and is a symbol. of student
THE PUBLIC REPRIMAND would in- the department chairman. autonomy," Mitchell said.
clude the publication of the names of all Craig Mitchell, honor court representativeon "A student ,should be able to sit in the
honor court offenders. Their names would be the task force, suggested that each college judgment of his peers. I want a faculty ad
made. public "within the ,academic com "Take a look at their own report and check visory and a review board but I still\) want
munity," according ,to the ,proposals of the for any evidences of cheating. They should students to judge students." Petersen said.
committee.The BYRON PETERSEN also review and report on current examination ALL TIIREE HONOR Court members
names would be published in proctoring invalid procedures." present Petersen,Mitchell,and Harris -
newspapers, such as The Alligator, and be A recommendation was also made that suggested that a student faculty review boardbe
posted on bulletin boards through campus, "THE PREMISE (do include proctoring would require all honor court officials be established, so that professors or students "
said Rob Denson, director of student judicial during exams) is not valid," Petersen said, independent candidates in student elections who have complaints about Honor Court
affairs and task force member. adding that "any honor to be had in the instead of running on party tickets. decisions can come to the board.
The task force also suggested various Honor System" would be destroyed. THE TASK FORCE has recommended the Williams disagreed because 'the review
methods of creating an "atmosphere not "I hate to think that proctoring would end APA be used as the "framework" for the board would essentially have the "power to
conducive to academic dishonesty." the honor system." Gordon said, saying Honor Court instead of the Florida Laws of veto any Honor Court decisions."
THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED proctoring would not be required on all tests. Criminal Procedure. THE TASK FORCE ALSO decided to
instructors use alternate seating, random "Proctoring would not be required on all Petersen agreed that the APA would allow "side-step the issue" of having open hearings.
assigned seating, subjective or 'essay tests, tests, such as an objective test with 10 tor speedier trials because "there are little Gordon suggested the task force wait and
different exams in the same testing room, or students," he said. rules of evidence and there can be no see if the Honor Court is in violation of the
the same tests.with the questions in a different "BESIDES WE'RE JUST recommending challenges to evidence. That's because the Sunshine Law before deciding on the questionof
order f for the same class. proctoring," Gordon said. hearing officer required under the APA is open hearings.
The task force also found that "proctoring" The task force also recommended the trained to weigh only the relevant evidence." Gordon was referring to the suit tiled by
or the practice of monitoring students while Honor Pledge be changed to "somethingmore An "area of serious dissent" among task The Alligator, the Gainesville Sun, and law
taking an exam, was "not inconsistant with forceful and positive: about the honor force members was the decision of whether or student Judy Collins to open the Honor Court
the Honor System.." said Michael) Gordon, system." not to have minority faculty representation on hearings.If .
law professor and task force chairman. The current pledge for exams states "On the hearing body of'the Honor Court. the Honor Court is found not to be in
Byron Petersen, Honor Court chief defense my honor as Florida student I swear I have THE HEARING BODY would either violation of the Sunshine Law, then the task
counsel, and Gordon disagreed on proctoring neither given, nor. recieved aid on this consist of a judge and jury or a board of an force will meet to decide on whether or not to
during the ,meeting. examination." indeterminate number of people, Mitchell hold open hearings..

McAdam Shermantoss
n r [r

Students can utilize SG

hats in SG '
to its maximum and make


it 'deliver what it can.

LESLIE GOLAY other credentials and qualities. The time has
Alligator Staff Writer come to get out of feminist projects. My termas I'm not talking about a piein
""Whether they (students) like, it or not. UF's National Organization for Women i
Student Goverment is there, it's a reality and president expires in April. the sky such as lower
they can't ignore it," Alyce McAdam said "THERE IS NOTHING I can say to
Monday at her first press conference as an SG disprove that 1 am a feminist candidate. I am
presidential candidate.McAdam's not running as a feminist but as a person and tuition rates. I mean they
running mate for Student Body candidate first and I expect to be elected that
Treasurer in next quarter's SG elections will way" McAdam said. abilityAlyce
be present Student ,Body Treasurer Greg; When asked if McAdam's involvement with can, maximize SG's,
Sherman, a' sixth ',Year' business administration women's issues would hurt his campaign,
major'frot11'' West Palm Beach. Sherman said. "Alyce is not a single issue McAdamT
SHERMAN SAID, I'd like'to keep oriented individual. She has proven her abilityas
working on activities I've started as Student a very active leader in the university
Body Treasurer. I'd like to see their com community."

pletion.Answering." Concerning reform in the Honor, Court
At the last SG Bxective usefulness McAdam a question said, students about SG's can McAdam said, "there must be a way to open
the Honor Court and still protect the due
utilize SG to its maximum and make it deliver
Committee meeting/ / process to students involved. I I.will\) listen to
:what it can. I'm not talking about a pie inthe,
the recommendations the task force study
wanted, to formalize ,some sky such as lower tuition rates." I mean you makes."
can maximize SG's ability ,
type of review so we could Sherman suggested students could 'get said they would be working for is improvement
more actively involved in SG,funding now,that
in the number of students actively
the SG budget is handled by the Service and
examine ACCENT speakers involved in SG, and ways to soften any tuition
Activity Fee Advisory Council (ASFAC). hike.

, before they come The which holds open meeting,, '
MCADAM SAID she would make 'no Both candidates agreed that the 513.000 a
student body should be speculations as to who her vice presidential Distinguished Professor Frank Mankiewicz is
running mate would be on her Florida getting paid is too much for the amount of
Student Party ticket. time he i is spending on the UF campus.:
what of x .aw 11'
know i
able to type "Our party is straight forward and: basic "Yes. it looks like it Is too much money.
The time for playing around with student's That sort of money to a professoris ludicrous.
speakers are. planned/ lives is oxer. With the economic crisis facing 'There( are some faculty members who don't
,"'1" "' i us, clever party names and manufacturedissues get that much in'a >'ear." McAdam said.
before they come are luxuries we can no longer afford." ,McAdam is a fourth year physical .
,McAdam said.' ; education 'major'from Sarasota.. She"is UF's
I Giving her reasons for running. 22-\ear-old: current NOW president and'tmirtdernsf'the
Greg Sherman McAdam aid."it's not something I have been Gainesville Rape and Information Counseling\
working for or else I wouldha\ebeefed up iry Sen ice.

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tuition hike today CLASS ORDER RINGS YOUR NOW .l, body" R.I.ol.t Of. ttr.ti,

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By KAREN MEYER Merrjday said Student Health Sen icesofficials ALL kill.
Alligator Staff Writer estimated they might have to RINGSGUARANTEED Greater, sotif action In,
your lob your family !1,1.
eliminate the women's clinic, some nursing youTtelf '
positions Other Personnel Services (OPS) FREE LECTURE TONIGHT
The Board of Regents finance committee is
jobs some capital improvement QHatcher'sJewelers
meeting today in Tallahassee! to finalize a allocations.SG Urn HALL ROOM 205
tuition increase! ,which would go in effect fall ,A PM.
WOULD probabiy have to !stop fundingsome 2 L Unly Av.376-2 ,
The plan would raise tuition about 10 percent INTItNATIONAl MEDITATION SOCIETY PO Ao. 12917 Phone 495 2654
student organizations if the proposed
for undergraduates and more than 20 percent activity lee cut went into"dflecto according to
for graduates. It was presented earlier Merryday. All 11 programs in Samson
this month to the presidents of Florida's !state

Chancellor universities: Robert by State Mautz.University System Merryday charged that the !suggested.! 9 will be, open to new volunteersat

decrease in activity funds was "an attack on
The presidents were nearly unanimous in the !student service programs by the chan of
their objections to the proposal, which would cellor's office" and said he would light to the beginning spring quarter.
eventually make students bear 30 per cent of prevent the recommendation from being
the cost of their,education. adopted. .-1'0.

MAUTZ AND REGENTS finance committee '
Merryday also said he was going to light
members must now come up with a
against the proposed increase in tuition costs,
proposal that will allow the state universitiesto
operate within the 1974.75 budget. which would ultimately make !students pay' 30 Call the Samson office at 392-1608 for more informationREEFRFY
per cent of the cost of their education.
MERRYDAY SAID he found the 30 per Vr'PR'EFRE
cent concept "totally unacceptable" becauseit ..
The committee will also discuss cutting
back 10 per cent of the student activity fees would limit the number of students who are RE tititGE STUDENT Coy 1R E
currently allocated by each university's able to attend college. Eti

student government. "This (the proposed tuition structure) gets /A W

UK Student Body President Steve Merryday totally away from the land grant concept. It Lindsay Anderson <$ >
and toward making
moves more more
will attend today's finance committee meetingto T Noted Filmmaker! wLJ
ti Internationally
education available only to the wealthy, 'rte
oppose the tuition hike and activity fee cut. Merryday !said.Merryday If... This Sporting Life .O Lucky Man I eln Celebration N ;g

MERRYDAY SAID the 10 per cent said he would propose to the Friday March 7 8:00 PM
decrease in available activity fees would resultin \regents a graduated tuition schedule, with the I
cutbacks and eliminations of a number of lirst IS hours a student takes costing S14 per University Auditorium L
student services.Athletic hour, the 16th hour costing $7, the 17th hour
RSj&W Sponsored byUC: Student Council;JWRU; ,
costing $3.50 and every hour after that free. Board of College Councils t E

Association officials told Merryday Also attending the committee meeting are "D T LS$ Information UC Council 392-1521 T!) T*
they would probably have to raise ticket pricesto Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman and r
athletic events to replace the loss in funds, Dan Lobeck, SG secretary of,consumer af- .u
he said. fairs.

I Ziegler/ / nixed, Dean in I

John Dean, former presidential lawyer and Craig Sikes vice chairman of Accent said
u,key figure in the recent Watergate scandal, Tuesday that Zie ler.s contract. has now been
will speak at UF next quarter. cancelled.'
Organic Garden
Dean will be paid $3,750 to speak in the
Sikes said Accent was trying to get another
Florida Gym on April IS as a part of the
known take Ziegler'splace
nationally speaker to
Government.Accent speakers program funded by Student next quarter but said no one had been Legislation Trans ortat ion Ii

A scheduled speaking date at UF by Ron !scheduled yet.

Ziegler former President Richard Nixon's One prograni that has been set for spring Education \Nature Trail I
press !secretary and one of Nixon's staunchest quarter is a repeat showing of "Who Killed
supporters, has been cancelled. JFK" a slide and speech presentation on the
Ziegler was supposed to ,'Ome"to UF this assassination of' President John F Kennedy __ __
quarter, but then asked for a delay. which played to an overflow crowd last year. Recycling \Earth Week \

I Weiner; ;is .. new Accent chairman I

Steve Weiner former Accent speakers Weiner is not a student this quarter,'but FREE
chairman, was chosen by the Student must be enrolled during the four quarters of
Government Executive Committee Tuesday to his term. '.
be Chairman of Accent '76. The executive committee chose Weiner Environmental Action
Weiner will take office next quarter and unanimously over Craig Sikes. current Accent Group
will serve a year term; as the head of the SG assistant chairman.
organization which is responsible for bringing! Weiner will receive no pay for his position. Wed. March 5 JWRU 362
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I I Faculty union unveils salary- .plan

By GARY BALANOFF promotions without an accompanying salary now slightly less than $17,000.
Alligator Staff Writer increase. These "dry raises" would be A working draft of the UFF collective

eliminated under the UFF plan. bargaining contract will be circulated among
The United Faculty of Florida (UFf) ate The UFF plan will also attempt to equalize UFF faculty members for discussion and
tacked the UF
administration salary increases male and female professors' salariesi 'sent additions.
while announcing their proposed averages show women assistant and associate "The proposed collective bargaining'
collective bargaining agreement at a Tuesday professors receive $1,000 less.than their male program of UFF will give the faculty a
press conference.Dr. colleagues. reasonable minimum salary schedule and will
Al Guy, UF chapter president of UFF, Women full professors receive an averageof protect them against increases in the cost of
said if UF wants to attain a system of quality $2,500 less than men full professors at living," Guy said.
education, "you need to pay somethir,* for SAID
it." )R UF.UNDER HE the $17,000 figure,is not entirely
UFF'S collective bargaining accurate.
UNDER THE UFF PLAN, instrUctors\ ;; contract, "floor salaries" would provide full "The published salary data for full
given tenure would be given an automatic: professors with a beginning nine-month base professors is greatly inflated by the inclusionof
promotion, in salary as well as title. of $26,545. the high salaries of non-teaching ad PROF Al.GUY
The present system enables, faculty The average full professor's salary at UF is ministrators..' he said.
local UFF leader
.- Guy illustrated his point by listing com-
parisons of deans and faculty members in increases he said.
Nine-month .jpwpottd salary figures by their colleges. For instance, Guy said his Guy said, "The result of these administrative

salary is $20,600 while his dean Dr. increases is widespread salary
United Faculty of Florida bargaining contract and increasing between
Wayne Chen earns $37,500. inequities an ever gap
Chen confirmed the salary figure. high administrative salaries and low faculty
ACCORDING TO UFF figures since the salaries."
Year 1 Ytigr. 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 1967.68 school year: "Unless we're in there with real political

The Office of Academic Affairs increasedits clout, we can't really expect to achieve much
budget from $81,746 to $1,325,129. with the legislature," Guysaid. UFF intends to
Instructor $12,000 $12,720 $13,483 -- -- -- .The general administration and general "let the legislature know what higher "
expense funds were increased 213 per cent. education really is" by lobbying during this
: The instructional budget was increased 88 !session, he said.
Ass't Professor 14,558 15,431 16,356 17,337 -- -- per cent. "The most serious charge against the
Dr. Robert Bryan, interim UF vice administration is that they have not presentedthe
president of academic affairs, said he was case-of the faculty before the state
Associate Professor 18,633 19,750 20,935 22,190 23,521 24,932 certain the administrative budget of the legislature' Guy said.

..t office of Academic Affair had risen "During the past two years faculty
Professor 26,545 $a, 137 29,825 31,614 33,510 35,520 !sharply over the last seven years. members have lost more than 15 per cent in
HE SAID DURING that time the Divisionof J purchasing power he said. "If the threatened
Continuing Education and two new deans salary freeze is permitted, the faculty may lose
After three years, the Instructor would either receive tenure and move on to were added to the office. an additional 12 per cent."

the position of assistant professor vr stay at the same pay level. After four years, "I'm not convinced the administration} has The 15 per cent was calculated by subtracting -
the assistant professor would either receive a promotion to associate professor orstay risen more than instructional research." 9 per cent in faculty salary increase
at the same pay level. Bryan said. Specific figures would have to be from the 24 per cent total inflation increaseover
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I: Shaara seeks more ', funds for ailing Infirmary I I IBy

GARY BALANOFF he problems are not over yet. !supposed to be completed by february 1974 r $
Alligator Staff last inspector who came last but Pritz said.'"If it is completed by Octoberor .6
The UF Infirmary is still cited us for all things not November' of this year, I'll be surprised.
"Today the plaster is and I might add he came up with The addition will provide a new pharmacyand
peeling and floors and new ones," Pritz said. six examining rooms, which should make !
tention Dr. Richard the wait for prescriptions shorter. Pritz said
R. Turk, UF safety officer in '"
Health Service director health and safety, said all the patients have been forced to wait as long as an '.
request to the Activity will probably ,be corrected within hour and a half for prescriptions in the past.
Allocation Committee ( next 30-60 days. Prescriptions and treatment also are A.
UF HEALTH Pritz disagreed. available at lower prices than outside sources
Stephen J. Pritz said "One GOING TO TAKE A WHOLE lot including the J. Hillis Miller Health Center,
(the Infirmary) I going> to fall than that," Pritz said. Pritz estimated Pritz said.
cars" necessary corrections and imnrovements HE SAID THE INFIRMARY charges $10
"If the budget is cut I cost about $95,000.5100.000. for X-rays, while the Health Center charges
we're going to be able fire violations between $18-20.
new are being fought by
added. He said some of them are very minor "The charges we make are not to make a
The financial such as the thickness of closet doors, profit, but to balance the budget," Pritz said. -J
have led Health Service the fire marshal said were too thin. "We don't get any appropriations from the
creased revenue from of it has really set us back," he said, state."
allocates student activity to the new violations. The $10 student health fee, assessed on
SHAARA WROTE IN HAS ALSO BEEN a reduction in every full-time UF student each quarter, is
"The only purpose for number of full-time physicians. Two years expected to net $784,956 during the 1975-76
Service is to supply the Infirmary had II full-time fiscal year. But Pritz said that revenue used to
!students, consequently, be collected from SG. 1
maintained as it !should NEXT YEAR the Infirmary expects to
a lack of funds." there are eight physicians plus five receive the $784,956 because that is equal to
In 1969 a state fire fellowship students from
the amount received this year.
!several tire violations 'Teaching Hospital who represent one STEPHEN J. PRITZ
Shaara said the Health Service is planningto
premises.The medical staff member. operate on this year's figures because they 100,000 needed
problems have reason for the reduction in full-time have not been informed by the UF administration
been remedied, according plaster"I is the inability of the Infirmary to
of the enrollment figures for next "WE FEEL THAT IT'S a very important
"THIS IS HOW competitive salaries. tall. Thus, they do not anticipate a raise in the service provided to the students" Sandeen
!state government to do HOW HE COULD keep personnel amount of student health fees.
;/' E P. ; going elsewhere for higher salaries, Pritz "The administration can't spend money it said.He said the city of Gainesville can't serve
; "We can't." hasn't got," Hugh Cunningham, UF public the medical needs of the UF students withoutthe
: lost two of most innovative physicians information officer said referring to lack of Infirmary
the University of Georgia," he added. Infirmary money.
hlmore. however, said he was not aware of
reason the Infirmary had been able to "IT (THE INFIRMARY) has to operate on
of the Infirmary.
h providing services despite personnel its own," he said, adding all auxiliary the specific: *
for greener pastures was the work of organizations must function on funds from
of the men ,who is now at Georgia. He SG and outside sources. "I'M NOT REALLY conversant. with the
several para.professionals who now "We have not been able to increase problem now," he said.
as assistants. allocation of money to the Infirmary to keepup Marston was out of town during the
FEWER FULL-TIME medical with inflationary costs" Cunninghamsaid. weekend and could not be, reached for
work at the Infirmary students are comment.
f. in at a greater pace than ever before. The Infirmary has three main sources of Student Government hired a graduate
;; According to Pritz 478 patients went to the revenue -the $10 per quarter student health student in hospital administration to conducta
lor medical care one day recently. fee the service and activity fee from ASFAC, complete analysis of the Infirmary.
represents a space problem in handling and service charges on prescriptions, X-rays,
: and medicine. INCLUDED IN THE ANALYSIS are items
got less than half the square THE ADMINISTRATION HAS not been such as utilization of personnel, budget, and
we need," Pritz said. able to raise the'$10 student health tee which services provided by the Infirmary.
REMEDY THE SITUATION, a new Shaara added he would not want to raise. Greg Sherman, SG treasurer, said he
is being made to the main Infirmary. Shaara said UF Vice' President of Student wouldn't have any idea of the. results of the
cost of the construction was originally Affairs Art Sandeen Vice President of analysis until he sees the final product.
at $104,790 but "unforeseen Administrative Affairs William Elmore, and "This week the committee members
have raised the figure to $200,635. President Robert Q. Marston have all been '(ASFAC) will be reviewing the request" of the
completion of the addition is nowhere helpful and positive in their attitudes toward Infirmary for SG funds. Sherman said.
INFIRMARY sight. the Infirmary. He added by Tuesday or Wednesday there
.crumbling JUST POURING the :"Our relationship has been good," Shaara !should be'a determination made on the
lootin s." Pritz said. The addition was said. funding proposals. '

I' Angry students criticize 'Infirmary g


charging incompetence. inadequacy.

By LINDA HAASE, are doing he said. Raffi Papazian. who is still applying for
Alligator Staff Writer Martin said he was disgusted with_the long admissions said all lab fees prescriptions i
wait he says he always encounters in, the after hour doctor fees and all other fees not
The Infirmary lacks funds is incompetent Infirmary.'"I've been waiting 20 minutes for covered by the $10 fee should be abolished."I *'
and entails too much red tape to give someone to look at my' tongue" he said. THINK THIS SYSTEM is ridiculous.This .
adequate care, according to students interviewed ALTHOUGH MARTIN MADE an appointment is a college infirmary, and everything
there Tuesday: to see a doctor for this he said he should come under this fee. I know people
Thomas Martin. 2UC. said his first impression was told it would be a two week wait before a who couldn't come when they were sick,
of the infirmary was "terrible." doctor would be available. because it was after hours and they couldn't "
MARTIN SAW the two main problemswere "I 1 could fall over dead by the time I Illet my afford the fee." Papazian said. t't
the long wait ,and the "incompetence." appointment, so I guess I'll just sit around Robert Mitchell 4AR, felt,that the extra "\. "
"I 1 came in with lumps on my neck and the and wait like everyone else" Martin said. charges are justified. "If the Infirmary
doctors looked all through my records and Diane Bean. 4ED. however, attributed doesn't charge these fees, which are !1'
then told me I had something crazy like a problems in the Infirmary to a lack of funds. discounted in the case of the lab and
"IF THERE WERE MORE funds, they prescription,fees, they would not be able to \
cyst."i 1 came back a week later to tell ,them thatit could hire more doctors so we wouldn't haveto finance the operation," he said. DIANE BEAN, 4ED
was only swollen glands." Martin said. wait to see receptionists and half trained In addition to an increase in staff, some
MARTIN SAID HE FELT that the people and be told to come back if or when we !services which aren't being provided by the .;.cites problemsbe
'provided and should of
be taken by
problem in the infirmary was not a monetaryone. tell sicker" Bean said. Infirmary are' necessary and should be implemented the $10 health care
fee Simon said.
The students interviewed were split in according to Jennifer Simon, 2UC
the has to do with the of and John Tileston Tileston also stressed the need for dental
"I don't think problem opinion on Infirmary's policy charging 3AS.
care. "I had a toothache this and I
funds. it has to do with a lack of good doctors.It for lab work and medications. which is not "I think that some departments, such as had to go see an outside doctor quarter because they
seems to me that they don't know what they covered under the mandatory $10 health fee. dental care and an optometry service should weren't equipped to help me here" he said.
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" Lecturer calls Patton :'a 'man: of many faces' I

By DEBBIE ERICKSON image Blumenson said. "drive for excellency."
Alligator Staff Writer "He was a remarkable man who had the "His parents read him Greek myths and
s' _.x. "Always work like hell at all things and at ability to obtain more than a maximum others stories of great men when he was
f all times,"General George Patton Jr. wrote to response from American troops. young," he said.Recapping .
3 3R his wife.It "HE KNEW HOW to stimulate troops with the feelings of the American
y is with this motto that Patton thought he the agressive desire to win" Blumenson said. people during WWII. Blumenson said they
would obtain the greatness he was destinedfor. Eisenhower once called Patton's third army "thought victory would solve the problems of
the greatest fighting force in the world, the world and Patton represented this victory
Speaking before 150 persons in Bryan Blumenson said. best."
Auditorium Monday night, Martin Having served as historian in Patton's third Today the picture of Patton is one that
Blumenson, author of the "Patton Papers"and army, Blumenson said he thought Patton was epitomizes America, he said.
history professor at The Citadel, told the "rough" on his troops, but "it made you feel "HE WAS ATHLETIC, rough and sensational -
audience Patton was a man' of many faces. he was interested in you.." .-a hero in his own time.
WHILE WRITING the "Patton Papers," "PATTpN WAS BRUTAL but brutalitywas "Patton had a driving willpower and a
Blumenson had access to all of Patton's{ accepted and condoned because it was great good fortune.
personal papers and letters. that type of war," he said. "When opportunity knocked he knew how
"Patton was not the stereotype officer he Blumenson said he thought Patton really to open the door," Blumerson said.
projected to the public. I think he was a meek abhorred the chaos and destruction on the When Patton died in an automobile ac'
and mild man who had to put on a'war face," battlefields., cident in 1945 at the age of 60 he had earned
Blumenson said. He said Patton thought he was "fated for the applause and recognition he had sought,
Patton wrote "If you take a coward and greatness." Blumenson said."Thousands .
dress him as a brave man he will change from Patton wrote his wife "I have got to be of Americans have proven this
cowardice and take on the qualities of a great and it is in war alone that 1 can achieve by saying 'I 1 rolled with Patton.. "
photo by John moron hero." this greatness. No one is as good as 1 am." "He was truly one of America's greatest
MARTIN BLUMENSON He believed only "he-men" stimulated men BLUMENSON TOLD the audience it was soldiers. We were lucky to have him on our

.author of Patton Papers to fight, and forced himself to portray that Patton's parents who instilled in him the side," he said.

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.. Elephant"' ., .i .

In looking at the economic ills that plague

Florida's state university system, and the con

sequent suggestions for remedy, we are remindedof
the 10 blind men who stumbled upon an

elephant."It's .
a tree," said the man who held the

elephant's leg. .
"No, this is only a rope," declared the one with

tail in hand. /4 '
It's an old story and one that points out well the /

danger of limited perceptions and the value of an /

overview.But .
it's a story whose lesson has apparentlybeen

lost on many or" those attempting to come to

grips with the problem of money and the state's

nine universities. rlf5
Faced with a $63 million budget deficit for all '-

Florida schools, many educators throughout the
state are considering tuition increases to help solve

the problem. To make up its deficit, the Board.of
Regents Finance Committee is in Tallahassee

today examining a new 'fee schedule. The plan Why the rush on gas tax ?
could hike tuition costs as much as $2 per credit .

hour in upper level undergraduate courses and

$5.50 per hour for those working on graduate
theses and dissertations.If It now appears that President Ford may have just enough
approved, the increase would mark the votes to make his energy plan stand up in the Senate.IF BRIAN DONERLY

second such increase in two and put the cost TilE WHITE HOUSE vote-counters are correct, the
years price of gasoline will rise about IS cents per gallon while other
of education even farther out of reach for students petroleum products will go up around six cents per gallon.
from middle and lower income families. Of course if the White House is wrong then we will be diplomacy ,come up with next?
Other budget trimmers, most notably legislative saved from a gas tax at least for as long as it takes the While the creative juices of our leaders are flowing so freely
leaders Dempsey Barron and Don Tucker, have Democrats to shove their energy program through Congress. only a hardened cynic would point out that the world is
'ITiey seem to agree that their tax will affect only gasoline. currently awash with oil.
called for cutbacks in faculty positions.At .
Beyond that all is chaos. That is, however, a fact. Demand for oil has fallen so far
UF, perhaps as many as 24 faculty positionsare Depending upon the source, gasoline will go up in price that production is at two-thirds capacity in the countries that
on the chopping' block. anywhere from five to forty cents per gallon. This may or may belong to the Organization of Petroluem Exporting Coun-
Even more disheartening is the word from UF not be supplemented by import quotas, fuel allocation, and tries. (OPEC).
President Robert'Marston that'even more layoffs, rationing, depending on the state of the 'economy and the DESPITE THE OPEC cartel, prices are beginning to fall in
phase of the moon. subtle Libya and Algeria have extra
in non-academic positions, are a possibility. With ways. stopped charging
AND WHY ARE Ford and the Democrats working so hardto tor their low-sulphur crude. Credit is being offered 'at no
30 of its total work force
nearly per cent employedby the world from reasonable ? interest
save gas prices effectively cutting the price by the'normal interest
UF in some capacity, all of Alachua County is Because of the awful A-rabs of course. Or to put it more
sure to feel the Shockwaves that will accompany delicately we have to reduce our dependence on foreign oil. rate.Most important of all a stable price in oil means a cut in
any further layoffs.As Basically,we're going to show those camel jockeys that they the real price since the Western currencies buying that oil are
we see it, layoffs and tuition increases are not can't push around the United States. We're not going to let worth less every day as the printing presses roll on.
them get in a position where they can spring another oil In short,
market forces
are putting more pressure on the
the prime solutions. They are just the tail and legson .
embargo on us.Remember cartel than all the Henry Kissingers of the world ever could.So .
a big elephant of bureaucratic red tape and what happened during the oil embargo? what's the rush with the gas tax?
paper work that has become the state university The price of oil went through the roof. There was fuel WELL, ONE could blame it on ignorance. That's not a
system.In allocation and people were lined up for blocks trying to buy a lorcc to be underestimated in Washington.
statements before the House Education tankful of:gas.: Or perhaps some politicians do understand what's goingon.
Committee on Dec. 10, Chancellor-designate E.T. WELL, WE'RE NOT going to let those A.rabsdo that to us If they do would they like the market to solve a problemthat
again. We're going to do it to ourselves first. even Henry Kissinger found too tough?
York presented a pretty clear picture of how this 'This l is going to open up whole new vistas of creative policy Of course not. People might get( the idea that governmentis
elephant has drained the system. nuking.. irrelevant.
Pointing to centralized programs in purchasing For example, couldn't we make ourselves less vulnerable to POLITICIANS CAN !stand being called corrupt or inef-
personnel and construction as the "source of nuclear attack by atom-bombing all our major cities? The ficient. But irrelevant? If that idea got( around people might
nasty red commies wouldn't bother with us then. think that they could their lives.
severe problems for the universities, York run own That would un-
Or perhaps we!could burn Los Angeles to the ground. That dercut the politician's reason for existence.So .
presented the committee with 12 "problem areas would make us I less dependent on the good nature of the San it's important that this gas tax ( through. Then if the
which increase work loads and total costs. Andreas fault.PREEMPTIVE. artel: falls apart. Washington can claim credit.
York that decentralization' indecision STRIKES against ourselves! What will Besides,
emphasized they'll )get: to spend all that lovely tax revenue.

making could save the university system -
countless millions lost to duplication of duties,

needless paperwork and other bureaucratic The
" Independent David Smith, Terri Wood
Editor-in-chief Editor
Unlike a number of other state university Florida Alligator .
systems which have been given constitutional ,

autonomy, Florida's, has become subject to the (c111 QsttetiCau;
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Ford underestimates ioblesscris iSl,;, I IW

President Ford is still! underestimating ghetto: can't find jobs. And almost 20 per cent of our young
the unemployment crisis. This is the opinion of economic veterans are out of work. JACK ANDERSON -

experts who have been right in the past. Yet the worst, according to our!sources, is still to come.
They .predict weakening: ( economy will dry up far more PLACEMENT SERVICE; Nineteen seventy-four was a SPECIAL :
jobs than the President seems to anticipate The unemployment bad year for Republicans. Many of President Ford's former WEEKLY \:
rate could hit a disastrous 12 per cent, they fear cloakroom buddies were voted out of Congress.But *..,
before the end of the Summer.UNFORTUNATELY the President hasn't forgotten his friends. The White a, solicitation letter to prospective clients boasting! of his
our economic sources have been House placement office reportedly has a special\ unit to handle Capitol Hill connections. He assured the special interests that
more accurate in their predictions than have the President's jobs for unemployed members of Congress.! he will keep up his contacts "in the congressional prayer
economic advisers.! In fact, our !sources blame the White Ford appointed the defeated senator fronuColorado. Peter breakfast group, in the House gym the members dining! room
-House and the Federal Reserve Board for causing! the massive Dominick, as the new ambassador to Switzerland. And the and on the House floor:' .
layoff. pcxt governor of American Samoa will be a defeated The privileged status of former congressmen, in short, can
Last! October President Ford called upon the American congressman Earl Ruth of North Carolina. beery profitable.
people to reduce their purchases and save their money. The FORD HAS CREATED a special Pentagon post for his MILITANT MODERATE For a quarter of a century
federal Reserve! Board backed the President by warning former colleague from California, Victor Veysey. And Gerald Ford was adyed-in-the-wool Republican conservative.He .
banks to tighten up on their loans. another ex-colleague. Wilmer "Vinegar Bend" Mizell of voted the conservative line. He defended the conservativecause.
Suddenly, people stopped buying automobiles and other North Carolina, has been nominated to be an assistant He became a conservative spokesman.Now .
t goods in the usual volume. Inventories began to build up. commerce secretary.Not suddently overnight, he has wound up on the conservative
Plants began to cut back production and lay off workers. all ex-congressmen: of course, remain on the federal blacklist. The hard-nosed conservatives consider
THE CHAIN REACTION has now caused massive layoffsand payroll. Some of them, like the former Texas congressman, him a traitor to their principles., They..want him to cut
widespread economic\ hardships. The jobless rate has Frank Jkard, become high-priced lobbyists for big oil and government spending but, increase military spending, to giant
already shot above 8 per cent. But this doesn't tell the whole other,special interests. 'private industry more government benefits but less government -
story. More than 41 per cent of the teen-agers in the black Roger Zion a defeated congressman from Indiana sent out ",\regulations.



Justice for

Greek system

EDITOR In reference to the Friday. Feb. 28, article about
the cheater's parents viewpoint on the cheating scandal, we
would like to correct a very disturbing impression conveyed by
that article.
THE PICTURE of the fraternity system painted by the
article is in no way indicative of those brotherhoods. The
parents seen to be under the impression that fraternities are
dens of evil and corruption ; that the brothers deceive new
freshmen into pledging and influence their thoughts toward i
corruptness and taking'the easy way out.
The parents are condemning the fraternities for their son's ) )7 W ,
error, but only a !small percentage of the people involved were
members of the Greek system.
The actions of the few Greeks, who evidently do not follow
thepiineiplesoftheGreek system, should not be held against
:any other fraternity.
hose "boys of good standing" seemingly came by their
!standing through illicit means and should suffer the con
sequences. But in no way should many be unjustly implicated
through the actions of a few or by the viewpoint of misled
parents. K .
THE PARENTS SAY that "he was naive and gullible" but
that is nonsense. By the time a person reaches the college .S MAN-WHAT 15 THIS JIVE?JI/!
level his character has for the most part already been formed.
"John"was most likely quite able and willing to make his way
through school by the easiest way possible.
"John's"parents must be the ones who are naive and
)gullible: to believe that their son was totally uncorrupted PIRG rivals 'Dare to be Great'EDITORi
1 entire viewpoint .
before coming) to the university. The parents

of the !situation is ridiculous.We would print anarticle I Ralph Nader'sIIRG Association. I want to mail to mailing will be !sent along Will you support me?
arc also disappointed that the Alligator with the for fees and Tim Baer
student that they billing
each so
description.ot ; has sold the Universityof
: expressing such a potentially damaging! I
the will for its former State Chairmanand
might have the opportunity to taxpayers pay
the fraternity system. The Alligator must pride itself: on Florida administration on a !
UFYAF member"Viewmaster"
for $5.00 a The l production and processing
inventing controversial issues where. no such trouble exists.EVEN !scheme rivaled only by Dare join year.
; THOUGH instances arise where individuals do not 'lo Be Great.
toe up to the principles of the Greek system the system is an I am not aware of any other"pri'ate EDITOR I don't claimto image( )
honorable one. One of the cornerstones of Greek life is companies who are be an expert on dramaby combine into one big
.iult! l'e. We ask that the Alligator% and the student body allowed to solicit money from ) any means, but it seems l parody of horror films.
remain, uware of the virtues of Greek life and, not focus on the the students of the university to me that Sony Booth in The joke is really on the
we and isolated failings. through the otlicial fee billing last Thursday's review ofWarhol's audience which goes to seethe
Bryan James 2UC, mailing.! Only PIRG.. "Dracula" has gore and comes out
Andy Parmenter 2UC How will you stop the missed the'main thrust ofhis strangely unsatisfied at theridiculous
Richard Arpke IUC insurance companies, 'VVathol'sintentions type of film. While I way in which it
clinics Bible
abortion haven't seen "Blood of is presented. The !sex
The IndependentFlorida salesmen, or anybody else Dracula", I did check out scenes indeed become the
from enclosing: a "negative
his "Frankenstein" last refreshing parts. In my
check off card in a mailing! ,summer opinion. Warhol is trying
: Alligator funds?
paid for by state
Warhol's point I to say to those who do
Doug Dial Ron Cunningham If PIRG wants to to believe, i is that the film think about it. that
for dollar
and ask a
Enttilainm Editor Associot.Editor students andprinting.themselves. actually, is supposed to violence and the associated
let them pay the postage. Don'taak "bother you if you think attitudes. (of the audience),
Gorg Kochonttc Jr about it too long." His and not sex. are the real
Photo Editor the taxpayers for the violence, his humor, his obscenities in the world.
money. characters and his mood
Greg Forrer Mind I Km'man I :am setting) up a new' (especially through the 3-D MarkD.Grover.4ASI
Spom Editor Iu.t.N.ws Editor t1r !3nil61tion. The Free'
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and box $1 1.00 for ROOM in 3 bedroom House PM,.
I Custom. mode 'for I thos w).o'oppreclote motreises springs
4 uti''I. fireplace
call 3764446BULLIT mattresses and $1 1..50 for springs good female 83.50 + <
art In gold, silver, and Fine 378-22521.512. NW
1002 ove duck pond
for vans, etc. west University yard near
Gems Studio 103 By appointment only 376-9179 (ASR.95P) 2nd Stt desperate (Ib3t.9.-p)_ ___

Aso G.fr w) 373-3894 (A.13T9Q.P; mobile home 21' holiday with. cabana Wonted mole roomote for own room In
sat LHASA APSO mole puppy .- only one many extras $2000 or best offer lot No. three bedroom apartment Vlicoyo
1. left. AKC r.g shots wormed and 17 glynwood pork phone 376-8217 (A- oportments$80 per month + ''a utilities.

101 1 N. W.1J1A >'f f originally adorable.from these Tibet.shaggy Ideal opt lop pet dogs-. IQT.95-P) ___ town*quarter Jeff 373-0110 (b-4t-92-

1aD.n........... HOuse trained now 3731059 (o-5t 9p) MAKE OFFER on stereo tope player- PJL) _
McQueen recorder deck,antiqued wood desk and BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGFill:
Starring Steve o o Needed Immediately 1 or 2 female mattress 1 NEED cash call Dave after 7pm Now it the time to start looking for thai!
roomoles for 2 bedrm 2 bath opt. 58.00
I a month + '/ utilities five min walk 37B-337B (A-2T-95) ideal) home for spring or fall qtr. We
from hied center call 373-5452 (b-5t.91. Must Sell used set of ludwig drums Best have many listings avail for then o
: E P,) offer call 377.4923 eveninas (A-3T-95- small depot! con hold It for you. Call
17:00 ) ____ today 377-Wl
1'td1nfnTlle. f 1G. Diamonds Sapphires, Emeralds, Jade, PJ ____
: 9:30: and 95 other gem minerals All qualities trailer, 1718 fully equipt, olcond-heot Female roommate wanted for spring
R.eR Cb.k available. Priced from 25 percent to 50 $1500 call 377-2171 or 373-8132 (A-5T- quarter. The oaks opt. Call after 5 pm.
I 9&11 w) I percent below "'011. Custom cutting 95-P) 378-3733 (b-5t.91.p)
from $10.00 Unconditional, GuaranteeQ2ZIE .
wanted. for
I FOR RENT 'I female Roommate
By appointment only 373-3894
56.25 + 1-3
French Qtr. Apts
101! N. W 1J t I (A.13T90-P) Female Roomate needed for Spring poolside
utilities Coll 373-9155 (b-5t.93-p)
SORRY Gainesville's largest Indoor quarter Windmeodows 2 bedroom 2
NO PASSES OR 7,30 FLEA MARKET both furnished Call 377-7887 anytime (b-
DISCOUNT TICKETS Every Frl.-Sot.-Sunday 51-91-p)
little bit of everything for Houses
everyone: 1. $90 Cottage on lake 377-6992 W 1311, STttIt red 1:'5 3:5523rd :
1201 E.Unlv.Ave 378-3431 2. 2 bdr $125 NW Sect. 377-6992 eoutIVARD 5557:509:50
(A.8T.90-P) 3. 3 bdr $155 Walk to campus 377-6992
4. 24 acres 3 miles to U of F 377-4992

.ft ROT Bargain World Is moving to a more THE
at ,. convenient location to better serve you. Aptsf .
R United Arhsl' Bunk beds $55 REfrlg $35 2614 NE 18thTerrace $85 Util Paid 377-6992
Phone: 377-9835 (o-5t-91-p) 2. $70 Walk to Campus 377-6992 SfEPFORDWIVES
3. 2 bdr $90 Save II 377-6992
4, 5 acres Pool-2 bdr. 377-6992
Good Tires Excellent Shape
$1095.00 Coll 376-7532 days or 378-3345 Avail for Spring Qtr.
Cinema 1 1. $75 Efficiency U..,. pd. 377-6992
1&2 nights t weekends (o-7l-91-p' )
2. 2 bdr Walk to campus 377-6992
o NfWBUI\ .IIMIINE I ,,4. 5'008S:50 Wedding Bands, t Engagement Rings 3. 3 bdr $170 No lease or deposit 377' $1.25 TUI.2:30'oM.
3:45 3:00: Traditional or Contemporary designs of 6992
7:00:00 your choice. Handmade for Individualswho .. $85 Moble home 377-6992
7:5510:00 wont the best. Original work by 1:553:55N
South's. leading Artists.. Master GoldSmith United Real Estate
and Unconditional w iM sTiiii.w| 5:557:509:50
Lopidist. 113 NE 16th Ave
Rafferty dourJeYGold Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only. Open 9AM to 8 PM 377-6992 ni SOUUVA
373-3894 A-13T-90-P) ArUMBYPAUlMAZUltSKY
and 5 acre lot for rent. $125 per mo. great fora
Flute elmer signet solid coin silver mint garden, green house,etc;2 util sheds. *-.ART CARNEY
DustBaeklWins cond n.w 280 need 1 ISO ed 373-3770 (a- complete trailer hook up Country

3t-93-p)____ location for info call 472-2783 after 5:00or : "lUiiy t
Sear Automatic Heat-Cool Air Conditioner 472-2103 (b-fr-94-nt)

to _z 11.000.TU Cooling 11,000 Btu sublet. own room in:2 bdrm. f urn. opt air Homo
Heating 230-208 V. 2Vi yr. warranty or condo pool howaiian village opt. 428
sys $160 376-3657 (o-5t-93-p) $82.50 mo. + V* utilities call mike at
Youth Bed, Mattress. Sheets-$35 Child's 377-9859 (b-St-94-p) V1MA/I/I/I/Y1/
4-Drawer Dresser I5"x28"x35", Antique ROOM for liberal student
; $75 + / util.
... Red flnith.:2'x9':\ Area Rugs ((3- + $50 dep. NICE 2 bdrm frt with oc Jewelry from 50 country. j
-- brownred-r-eo or all 4 for $25;376- located In quiet. shady park In NE Chip Bean Bogs&Waterbeds ]
3657 (o-3t-93-p)_ 376-4378 (b-5t-92-p)

Mobile Horn 1972 12x60 carpet female,own room 2 br dupl unf urn cent.htac .
brlcksklrt < anchored 377-3090 $3900 be able to put vp with a puppy '
must... 4400- ): -SW.- :20\. Ave' :lot No.27 .((0- $87.50 .+ 'tuti!. $50 dep. see |lull, e. 50 % OffSelect
St-93-p) univ ove Nom 4 after 4. (b-5t.92-p)
Toy Italian Greyhound puppies.
Purebred ,Pedigree 11 weeks, shots I
.qrmed. Pick of Utter. $35 call 3764)188 of western shirts
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sie all ter 5 pm. wk:ctoys ((6-5t-94-p)

Harmon kardon stereo queen woterbed & ladies tops at
skies sewing ,machine $8.00 dinning GAMBLE
table $30. full bed 25., bunkbed :50.
dishes .15 steam Irons gar Sr chest THfl4EMPORIU
drawes cederchest $60. all must go
233 W UNIVERSITY AVENUE warehouse full all N.
.. open day go 23
-- 377-3013 ../" blvd to 26 14 NE 18 ter 377-9835 (a-5t-94- 41A42 W. University
'. Pj)_ ROGERS' Sterner NW I7lh St

Presentsthe Nikonos, : under water camera excellent
condo $130 call 372-0850 (o-2t-94-p)

The Original Tap Dancing Kid BSA motorcycle for sale, 250cc single
\\ street. bike recently rebuilt, runs good
new tires I $250,call Joe 373-6487 (a-4t- RETURNS r

I. JIMMY never used, complete with warranty.
Sells for $375 Best offer. Call 373-6425

ofter 5. (o-5t-94-p)_
Stereo components. best buys In town on
fully guaranteed component and access.
Most. major brands avail call us before 1
I SPHEERIS you buy 373-5680 (a-3t-94-p)

Guitar amplifier standel or list 2-12 140 son tHWfsr i tih
warn$190 cash 10 speed schwinn LE tour
$115 cosh Call 378-9779 ((0.31.94 p) 372-3449

& his' full bandy .: .
I cost 8 sell for 6 Bill downstairs 1216 N.E. |UNIVERSITY' CITY: TRAVKL1
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.:..7t-; 3rd st corner of 3rd and 3rd JACKSON UC
BROWNE (A.1T-9,5-P,, )
Sat. March 8 : lOipd from hollond I 1\\ Ib lighter than i.MTRK.PlNE.SIIIP T

tjitane' 2 custom speakers 50wtts" golf
clubs tosco microscope medical dietionory 923, W. University Av..

Tickets 373.6524 (3T-95-P)_ Gclneivllle, Ra. 32601 .

.' .t Schwmn 10 speed bike good shape 75$
"J Headboard for twin bed with shelf 15$

*i :. 8':00-: $4.50 for 373.4660 sale couch(A2T-95P and) choir set, block

Advance naughide, Glen Springs manor 2130N MAX VON SYDOW DOMINIQUE SANL '
W 31st Blv Apt G.8 (A.31.95-) .
11:00$5.50: < 500 kowosaki excellent running and HERMANN
appearance sell or trade for car
preferable sports car, 3729435 ask for
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Depression Special MINOLTA 50mm f3.5 St\cpj'e )
Rebel Discounts (Both Locations), Bon Office (Open 11.6)) VC Macro Pokkor.cote life size adapter,
,reverse ring $100 toll Rich 378.1290evenings :
MAil OiOft: Send wil.ddn.rd.t.rnp.d.nv I.md 50 ccnti for Mndlmg, ,
Monty Order P y.tl.To: CrMI loutlwn, Wuxc Hill,'In*, IA.ST-95-PL)
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NTTO I WOVE? large townhouse opt 3 blks, from Salespersons
deur I* move from! ,yobr present campus 3tlrsown Ig. bdrm. V, both no- outside, Have 7 openings for wonted three passengers to fly tot TAll OAKS STABLE is all new to this area Professional dog obedience classes is
Lion we eon rent,sublet It 01 find you> hassle roomotes.cent air, $110 mo. Free knowledge printing of sales previous sales/ or nonville for the weekend cost 65 roundtrip with ponies. t horses to rent with now being,offered 2 mo. course, $30.
fcoommote Immediately oi NO COST, utilities call 373.3630 (B-IT-95-P car print preferred. MUll have leave fri evening return Sunday reasonable rates' 8 ml W. Gainesville begins March 10.from 8-9 pm at army
III todoyll Female Roomote cp ) 5t-92-p great) commissions Coll 378.7614 (.- evening phone 373-2763 (J2T95.P) Colt 495-2240 (m-3t-94-p) reserve, ne 8th ave. 373-1059 keep
Auoc. Inc. room fenced yard trying (m-IOt-91-p)
lIed Real Estate pets NE house 83.33.mo. Reserved Parking off street, 2 blocks
Ave. 377-0992 (b- r.55-c) 1-3 utl 373- Art,Art Ed,Female, over 21 with LOST&FOUND
3_NE 16th 9260 (1B-4T-95-P) Part-time' oulo for from campus. $10. per month 109 N.W. Excellent childcare by experienced lPN,
Roommate Wanted "Hawaiian art lettering Job 3 afternoons FOUND small 20 St 372-0456 hour, day or week, country atmosphere.
.ole 2br house dog,short hair,tOn < whiteof (m-3t-94-p)
unfurn duck pond oreo central per week. Apply at 1226 B, S Mom, St. 5 miles N.W. 1-75 time 472-
Fiiioge 2 bdr 2 bth. o-c heal, pool! mixed breed any age-any
,( Apt. heat t air fireplace. (e-5t-92-tl) near Lee Hall oncampus Basic Scuba Course Advanced
+ Vi util. call 373-9767 w-wcorpet, large Coll 2118 (m-5t-91-p) .._ _
mo. 3928658. I3t.93nc
e.$61.25 a kitchen, off street parking .! ( ) registration for spring quarter April 6. All
fttf 4 p.m. Available Mar I (b-101.89- noleose large yard Wont to make more $$$. Coil 372-0514 FOUND Including mask, leotherwork .
Ist&lo t,6l7ne6jl6pm (B-5T-95! (g:5t.04. LADY'S SILVER WATCH BY equipment provided Quality never wear out -
t") p) UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM CALL 392-7516 fins, snorkel, B.C. full wetsuit, tank rt always wears In. At MaSanOu we

,rf BEDROOM AVAILABLE $80, + Vililities AUTOS ((1.5t.92-nc) regulator, all air, textbook and International specialize" in custom leatherwork -
Village Apts townhouse, fur.shed WANTEDfemale certification., Absolutely no purses, bells, coats, jackets, sandals,
two both call Debbie after six' 1973 Mazda X-2Ida w.air low mileage Lost: I man's Rolex watch blue face. extras Cost $35 Call Scuba Dynamics. travel bags. If it can be mode of leather,
17J2944 roommate wonted own room In only $2395 with $295 down see at Car lost near the Plaza. large reward. Call S. 373-5069 (m-9t.94-p) we con make it to suit you. MaSanDu,
m 3 bedroom $67 City 3506 No. Main 377-7521 HU/WVWAM-/ Williams. Night 3772442. Day 376-0563 1131 W. University Ave. 10am-6pm
opt. mo + 1-3 util' bike, to D.IIhe/ Dry Tortugos for spring break open
[ spacious completely) furnished I Itdroom campus. quiet neighborhood; available MI (g-fr-94-nc) l Il-5i97-p) Transportation by seaplane from Key Monday thru Saturday, by appointment

opts directly behind norman mar 15. call 373-1935 (fc-3t-93.p) vale 1968 cougar white block top I. Lost: small gray + white female cat, West Survival diving trip far five days Sundays ft.evenings, 373.7470.sp.7M()
bit. Available mar 15 call 3734064 or roommate wonted own cylinder, bucket seals runs well few white neck, tummy + paws, scar on Includes full scuba equipment. Camp at e)
6l34 evenings (b-7t-91-p) townhouse 2 blocks from campus room $80 in repairs needed. Take as is 350.00 coil mouth lost in prairie view mobile historical Fort Jefferson. $11900 for
mole roommate needed for Spring mo. + V. utl. color tv carpet 2 bath Jon 3774882 after 5 keep trying (G-5T- village call 373-2029 or 392-1521 (l-3t- certified, divers or $150.00 for non- Typing.Any material. IBM carbon ribbon
Loner. 3 bedroom Windmeodows Apt immediate occupancy ph 372.1360 (fe- 95.P) 93.p}) certified, and trip Includes full cer Selectric. 75 jr-poge double spaced.. Call

750 4- utilities Must be bleatll Call St-93-p) 1965 Chrysler p-s o-c Interior ond body in REWARD! lost a mans Omega watch- tification. Call Scuba Dynamics 373-5069 3735572. (M-8T-95-P)
3.6422 b 5t 91comfortable- Wonted Female \god shape Needs minor work Best block leather band by handball courts. ((m-W/-94-P) Applications. passports, resumes
roommate: serious offer Cal Coll Susan SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM photos ready in 1 24 hours. MonThurs.Coll .
Joy between 6-10 377- at 377-6973 or 3739974. riding
_.... bedroom in large student non-cigorerfe smoker, S58 pm.
mo. Ro-Mo 376-7657 M-4T-95-C
vassal house ten blocks from law + '. utilities/, tall/ 377-6746 landmark BJ7I (G.2T.95-P) Keep trymglll, '" (L-2T-95-P) academy ft boarding stables. ( )

Ihool. openminded person preferred Apts No. 98. (c-5r-92-pJ lost-mole Irish setter march I near ne Professional huntseat Instruction lighted
PERSONALSki ring ft trails. Also the finest In boarding.
nth 1213 nw 34 Ten 373-938 (b-Si- small lot 16th eve ft 8th st on.werllo edison chain
or backyard for small camper 373-1059 (m.lOt-91-p)
electric hookup country preffered 377- spring break at snowbird, Utah rent collar 377-5607 reword (L-4T-95-P) I.D. PHOTOS

MALE roommate Village Pork corn- 4743 student (c- .93.p) furn studio w maid, kitchen at base of found wristwatch by hume hall 3-2 call passports, resumes, and application STREIT'SSCHWINNCYOBIY
table own room pool oc4ioot close to mellow roommate spring lifts sleep 4 sauna pool $250. Coll 373- ken prestwich day 392-1107 night 373- natural sytle portraits. 377-0797 camera
19250f Vi utilities no deposit 3049 eve. for Info5t92p(| ) 3202 leave message (L-5T-95-NC)
pus duplex. 53.33 a month plus I.3ull. good work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20l-

13941 (b-5t-93-p) people. n.WI 45th ave. 3779562. Tom or BUDOY-BOY: Coll "ME" Mar' 6 4 or 8 SERVICESThe 91-p) .1614 N.W.13 Ii ST.
Ranted immediately I female -roomie Paul (c-5t93-p)
376-9379 (
pm j.51.92.p) Scuba Classes starting Feb. 26th. Wreck
ate share 2 bedroom opt with 1 GOlD & SILVER Top prices paid for c FREE Plant Doctor makes house calls. Dive March 9th. Soles Service Rentals.
Own bedroom Unit/ Gardens healthy happy all colors 6
son rings old jewelry! etc. confidential: C'.. weeks old, call Mike & Specializing in vegetable gardens 376- Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild Kingdom. 00
Vk util. Call 373-9375 b-3t- evenings Cathy 5192
r campus ( (m-5t-92-p)
Pine T.V.
373-3H94/c-50-53-t( ( ) 373.9300 ) Aliens Aquatic ft Trail Center Inc
Enjoy| an animal this spring! (|I-
j ",.<.P) typing IBM correcting selectric' II Call 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (m-fr-86-c)
ale Roommate: Own room. $70 Female, studious' to shore 2 bdrm opt. Mary after 4. (m-6t-92-p) lonely? been feeling down lately? 3rd H I DAY SERVICE
Quiet complex Comelot. Herpes Sufferers: Needed for clinical
woiian Village. Move in now. Apt ink FRENCH, SPANISH, ITALIAN tutoring t n rawlings stud service 'Is here! no ordertoo
thru August plus Vi utilities. investigation males and couples with a 1 DAY SERVICE
wooded Nice ft .
i near area. quiet. translating ft technical. ,
to fill hove the fit
big we size to your
Student 377-0972 Mornings (c-7t-92-p) history of herpesvirus infection (cold
all 3783157. (B-3T-93-P) perienced. need. (M-5T-95-P) FRANCHISED DEALER
sores)of the penis or vaginal vault. Free
female to share huge room Wind- Female roommate Oaks. wonted Spring qtrRegency consultation will, be provided for Call 377-4877 (m-5t-92-p) Music by SUNSHINE; Dances,'parties.. : ALL ACCESSORIES
$59 + 1-5 utilities Own e
hsodows luxury opt spr qtr. $80 mo. + recurrent infection If you desire additional Europe Israel AFrica A.io''rove'' (Contemporary music at its best! For ,
j 3ulil.cable color TV call 373-7797 best Room I Call 373-5606 after 6 pm. (c-5t-
W-p) infor call Division of Urology discounts year round student air travelinc more Information' call Bill at 3927575. j CALL 377-BIKE
tflar4pm. (b-5t-93-p) 392-2511 (l l-St-94-p) 4228 first ol/.Iucker go. 30084 ((404)) (M-5T-95-P)

J females to share room-2 br, furn. apt- Roommote Needed to shore bedroom Goy Community Service Center meeting 934-6660 (m-25t.88-p)

wintry Gardens. Close to Med Center for spring quarter in Brondywme Apts. Thursday 7 pm, 107 NW 15th Tr.
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I ; Local women hopeful for ERA Marine CorpsBe

one of a few ,
By LESLIE GOLAY this year. "People are.working in their own organizations to
Alligator Staff Writer get it passed," she added. One of the finest
Even though five states have defeated the Equal Rights" June Littler, president of the Gainesville Organization for
Amendment (ERA) this year Gainesville women are still the ERA (GO-ERA)said "We're still hopeful. It's too early to
optimistic that Florida will be the 38th and last state to ratifythe predict anything. So many things can happen right on up to AVIATION GROUND LAW
amendment this year. the end. Those other states were.a disappointment but by no
The amendment, which guarantees freedom from sexual means does that mean defeat."
Team Campus
a discrimination, recently failed to pass the legislatures of According to Sherman the amendment has about six
Oklahoma Arizona, Nevada, Georgia and Utah. weeks to go before it is brought up in the state legislature. It
ONLY ONE STATE, North Dakota, has approved the has already been put on the calendar in the house. 4-6 March
ERA in 1975. Four more legislatures must vote yes to provide "OF COURSE, it's going to be very tight because of 9:00 AM 3:00PMReitz
I the necessary 38 states for its ratification. leadership problems in the legislature but two or three "no"
/ "People have to be aware of the individual situation in votes !In the Senate are beginning to at least consider it," Union
t those states that didn't pass it. They were states in which the Sherman said.
I ERA was not considered to have a chance at all," said Mary Arlene Huszar, vice president of the women's law
Anne Sherman,'ERA coordinator for the Gainesville League of association at UF and active supporter of the amendment at
Women Voters. state coalition meetings said,"I 1 feel that it has a good chance
i. "I 1 feel that things look better for the ERA this year than here in Florida. It looks close in the Senate and to me that
last year. We're far better organized than last year and the means that it looks good. It looks positive. Let's giveAmerica
local coalitions are enthusiastic and are better workers" The focus of nation-wide ERA lobbying efforts has been .
Sherman explained. "We've just got to work harder in concentrated on five states that are expected to vote on the
Florida." amendment this year. North Carolina, Illinois, and Missouri
ACCORDING TO SHERMAN, more organizations, suchas have been targeted nationally as leaning towards ratification.
the AFL-CIO, various church groups and the Young Florida and South Carolina are still in doubt,according to
111' Democrats, have expressed interest in the ERA this year. Sherman. ,


By STEVE PROCKO lecture to be held today at 4 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, I'
Alligator Staff Writer room 361363. For further information call 377-4640.
PRE-VET CLUB will meet tonight at 7 in the Mechanical inagural meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in Little Hall, room 121.
Engineering Bldg., room 211. Speaker will be Dr. Lyle from For further information call 3921625.
Ocala on Equine Medicine. TELECTURE Reproductive Selection of Beef Cattle is the
IEEE STUDENT BRANCH will meet today at 3:30: p.m. in topic of this telecture presented by Block and Bridle and the
Larsen Hall, room 330. For further information call 3927555. Animal Sciences Department Thursday at 7 p.m. in McCartyHall
EAG: will meet tonight at 7:30: in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 1031.
room 362. This is the last meeting of the quarter for further YOUNG DEMOCRATS will meet Thursday at 7i30 p.m. in
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Independent Florida Alligator. Wednesday,March 5. 1975 Pag 13

activities faceBy funding cuts I

Alligator Staff Writer must be based on percentage of utilization of
J their money. '
Sherman will conduct an analysis of their
Activity and Service Fee
|The student records of spending patterns which will
visory Council (ASFAC) discussed Monday
weight into any spending cuts decisions"ASFAC
cuts in Student
tential budget makes for the College Councils.A .
bvernmcnt (SG) funds are cut.
REQUEST FROM the University
JThe,SG-funded budgets of the J. Wayneitz College Council (UCC) for $2.000 for a
Athletic Association, Health
and consciousness
symposium on energy was
rvices and Student Government were turned down by ASFAC because "there are
viewed for possible fund cuts, but no
no funds available and the request does not
cisions will be made until the 75.76 SG comply with the SG College Council Finance

cal budget, is definite. Manual," according to ,Sherman.
"I 1 personally feel that we should holdoff ASFAC said it could not fund any requests
[locating money until March 10 to see whate L until the projected 1974-75 SG surplus is
( Board of Regents are going to do," said __ realized. The projected $175,000 surplus must

SFAC coordinator Greg Sherman. be .released by the administration, accordingto
J Today, the regents' Budget and Finance Sherman.

Committee is meeting to make recom- "University College has, to start being ,a
endations for fund allocations to the state little more realistic In their utilization of
(niversities. Tuition hikes and a reduction of funds," said Malone. "I'd like to sit down
ivity fee funds are on the agenda to be with them and talk with them on what they're
iscussed at the meeting. doing."

ASFAC MEMBER Sue Cline said, "It's'inhe The College Councils were set up with
wind that we're (SG) definitely going to autonomous funding for college projects ..
jick up the deficit somewhere." make ASFAC recommendations MEMBERS photo by John moron unique to each college, according to Gine.
"If SG money is cut 23 cents per student, it ASFAC discussed College Councils' per
Lould have a devastating effect on student ASFAC IS AN advisory committee set up to 75-75 budget as' compared to $614,000 it capita funding system in 'which University
ctivities and services which are funded by make recommendations to the administrationand asked for in the 74-75 budget. College gets 40 per cent of the money.
\SFAC," according to Sherman. SG as to how they should allocate the THE COUNCIL WOULD NOT review this ASFAC MADE ,NO decisions regarding,
,Student Senate President Kevin Malone $2.27 per student activity and service fee. ,year's Health. Services budget until they SG's and the J. Wayne Reitz Union budgets
laid. "If they (regents) cut us then we should receive a copy of the 1973-74' budget, which until "we know how much money we have to
jut everybody That'll burn a lot of people but The council questioned cost overruns in the was, unavailable to the Council when they work with," Cine said.
entire Health Services 75.76
If we don't hurt anybody with this cut then budget. The requested it last year. The council argued for 20 minutes over the
hey'li keep on doing it to us" infirmary requested a 15 per cent salary The Council also requested additional necessity of including.}the Star Trek Cub in
increase in staff salaries to make it "more
Malone suggested "a 10 per cent cut across information for the Athletic Association's' the SG budget as a recurring expense.
[he board to all SG-funded budgets. enticing for people to stay. budget before they would review it. Malone wanted to move the club off the

Sherman did not favor an across-the-board The infirmary Is funded jointly by the $10 "We need a more complete breakdown of budget because he did not feel it was a ..

'ut. "We have to re-evaluate our priorities mandatory health service charge, by ASFAC, revenue from the Sugar ,Bowl and television recurring expense. He said the club should go
according to the amount of money we have and by the users fee which students pay when shows," said Cline. to SG Special Requests for funding.
and the importance of services to students," they directly use the infirmary.The ASFAC members agreed that any per "The Senate will ,never let Star Trek passon
lie said. infirmary is asking for $671.000 for the capita cuts in the College Council budget the SG budget," Malone said.

Park land costs state $1.4 million/ I

By BRUCE MORRIS "desirable addition" to the 18,000 acres in land" Landrum said. "We don't have '
Alligator Staff Writer the project the state already owns Landrum eminent domain power." ,''

The state purchased a 429 acre tract of said.PAYNE'S A secondary reason for the purchase was to
undeveloped Alachua County land Monday as PRAIRIE is a low-lying,; flat, prevent development of the tract, which would' ,
an addition to the Payne's Prairie Preserve. treeless expanse of land that extends south create negative problems by introducing,.
The'land is east of 1.75 just south of state from Gainesville on both sides of 1-75. '. unnatural factors ,Landrum' said. '
road 121.According. Landrum' said, the state owns 80 to 85, percent THE' FLORIDA CABINET voted 5-2 to
to State Parks and Recreation of the prairie. Three to four thousand buy the land for 1,418,000 from''' owners John

Director Ney Landrum, the land may never be more acres are privately owned and would Connell and Billy Myrick The acreage had
used as a recreation area. also be' desirable additions., A been appraised at $1.6 million and the
RALPH TURLINGTON.cites The purchase was made to prevent land "We are (presently) negotiating with .15 to I department of general services had negotiated r..:

,appraisal mistake management and drainage problems I : It was a 20 other,'owners", in the area" for additional' the price down,to $1.5 million.
;t :, :' But at the ,cabinet meeting, Education
','" Commissioner Ralph Turlington said there/'
was a mistake in the appraisal and the price
should be dropped to'the $1.4 million figure.
( Housing staff gets discount or1' rooms Only Governor Reubin" Askew and
Agriculture Doyle Conner
r disagreed saying the price:was still too high: .

: The appraisal mistake, Turlington said,
By GARY BALANOFF resident life and residence life coordinators) a talks with' students.Discipline was that the appraiser estimated UF would

Alligator Staff Writer perquisite if they live on campus",Hennesseysaid. 'if done correctly," could be'' grow approximately 8OOP"students in the
"This becomes part of their salary." considered counseling Kozal said. next four years.TURLINGTONSAID. '
Hennessy said there are 26 apartments set HE DESCRIBED THE APARTMENT he his figures indicate

Professional UF Housing Division staff aside for on-campus directors,of resident life lives in as "kind .of like a house trailer withina the' entire university system will grow onlyslightly
iienibers pay considerably less money for and residence life coordinators. ,Herecently dorm." more than that.
heir apartments than students living in the reduced the nummer of such ;professionalstaff He said it was a combination of what had "Had the appraiser had a different
ame type of on-campus apartments.: members from 22 to I II., been four' student rooms with the walls student growth figure.he would have had a

But James T. Hennessey. UF director of HE SAID 19 apartments have 'student knocked out., .. different (appraisal) figure." he said.
ousing and two directors of resident life said occupants in them. Kozal is'one of three directors of resident' Landrum said the student population is an''
uesday the advantages of having the staff Three of the director, of resident life live on life who live in dorm areas. indirect cause and 'effect relationship.
Members on campus makes the,discount rate campus as do four 'residence life. coor JACK MATA, director of resident lifef for ''The appraiser ,consider: the land
worthwhile to UF., dinators."If the East Campus, is one of the other two. He value.based on its potential," he said. .

ACCORDING TO HENNESSEY, there are vacant apartments we put lives in an ,apartment' .. adjacent to the Beaty, The potential is influenced by economic
jrofessional housing staff members such as. students in them" Hennessey said. Towers. pressures stimulated by population factors,
''rectors of resident life and residence life He added if professional staff members He said it is an advantage to live,on,campus Landrum said.CONNELL .
''oordinators off campus.the students can apply for because .It 'is', ''"easier to spend time L 'wIth'' : AND MYRICK said they
pay $50 a month for their \move ,
Ipartments. the vacated apartments "on a quarter-to- students. mould have developed the land if the state had
If these choose live off basis." "Without an 'apartment this job wouldn't not bought it.. They claim they have invested
personnel to
lmpus the apartments normally occupied "I'M NOT IN TillS line of work for the be worth it" from a salary standpoint, Mata $2.640 per acre.,

1)', the staff may be rented to students but money" said Al Kozal. director of resident said."Both The state bought the land ,for $3,035 'per
He added a of my 1 RLC's (resident life.coor ,
hey must pay a price roughly equivalent to a life for'the West Campus. person acres : ..
'oonl in Beaty Towers should not be in such a line of work if he or dinators) and myself live here on campus," he A recreation'' area is planned on Lake -
RA's| Ret paid between"$215$2.25 per and quarter.$2.50 an she didn't feel he could offer something to the !said, adding it is important be available to Wauberg within the state-owned prairie area,
)our. while hall handle student problems in_ person. He said according to Landrum. He,said the money has
advisors base
receive salary "
r SJ.8OO for nine 'service.a "About 75 per cent of Kozal's work is administrative the only way to solve certain problems quickly been budgeted but he' doesn't know when
"WE OFFER THEM months(of the directors of { ',hile '25'per tent f V fm'dtrett-..*as to live on campus, close to'the students. construction will begin.I .



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I, -;;- Book prices may rise if proposal is approved I IBy

:. RENA EPSTEIN King said book prices would not be affected, might i rise.According. ", President Steve Merryday to Tallahassee
Alligator Staff Writer because those prices are set by the publisher' to Richard Schiflli, UF business today to urge the BOR finance committee to
and cannot be priced higher than the manager, the regents proposed 22.2 per cent defeat the recommendation. '
Prices for some bookstore items will recommended retail price. operating cost reflects the cost of doing AT THE SAME time that this is being
probably increase if a recent Board of Regents The regents have proposed that auxiliary business and is not "unfounded." proposed. Lobeck said,he has been reviewing:
(BOR) proposal is approved said Harold units in each of the nine state universitiesturn financial records of the bookstore.
HOWEVER KING said he the
King, assistant bookstore manager. over an operating cost based on 22.2 per "We are continuing to review ways of
The proposal calls for general.( operatingcosts cent of their total personnel salaries budget. operating cost to be turned over to the 22.2 regents cutting bookstore expenses that might resultin
will be "somewhat lower" than the
to be charged to most operating units at TilE OPERATING costs are requested ,by per a cut in prices," hj! said.
UF. The operating units are called the regents to help pay the central ad. cent recommended by the regents.: Suggestions being discussed, according to

"auxiliary" services. ministrative costs for UF. The proposed costs already are stirring Lobeck are cuts in personnel night hours
TilE BOOKSTORE is considered an Since certain items in the architecture protest among UF Student Government and a reduction in an "enormous" advertising
auxiliary service along with 22 others including department of the bookstore are sold below officials. budget.
Student Health Services and the J. the recommended retail price King said there Dan Lobeck SG secretary of consumer Lobeck said the bookstore spent $6,000 for
Wayne Reitz Union. "'lie noctibilifv' that f"r re* for those items. affairs. aid he will he going with SG advertising in the first six months of 1975.

I Prof awarded cancer fellowship 'Layoffs' I

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DC. Wayne E. Criss. UF assistant professorof throughout the world. Two Americans
obstetrics gynecology and biochemistrywas received the award this year.
awarded an Eleanor Roosevelt International Criss said he will return to UF in October
J Cancer Fellowship to study 1976 when the research program ends. (from page one) the( most with 12 terminations. Four more
hormone action in cancer tissues. Currently Criss retains a, five-year full July. Thirty-two letters of termination were occured the College of Education: two in
Criss will leave for Kobe. Japan in January salary Research Career Development actually sent out, although eight were only the abolished Center for Urban Studies and
1976 to study with Dr. Yasutomia Nishizukaat Fellowship from the National Cancer Institutefor formalities and four went to the interims who one each in the Office of Instructional
the Kobe Medical School. his studies of energy metabolism in will now be reinstated.The Resources and the Center for Latin American

',' The award is given annually to 12 scientists Neoplasia. : .College of Arts and Sciences suffered Studies.

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smile could mean thank you

smiled. .
It wasn't a "great(. feeling" smile that flashed across the face group of alumni swimmers had met with Athletic Director "" '"
Swimming Coach Bill Harlan, merely a content Ilifting of Kay Graves and others. The topic of discussion was a LOU BRANCACCIO
the lips. It surely would not have rippled the water in the pool proposed for this multi-seating facility which would include an indoor
campus and Harlan
Florida pool. was hopeful.
SOME MIGHT have guessed that Harlan's smile could be brief THE WHEELS had begun to turn and for a moment, a OPINION.
moment Harlan'was'aoou't to'credit those seniors who
to.a long and agonizing
season almost
attributed over A i ,
season that saw most of the senior swimmers leave the team.A left those seniors who focused attention on our poor facilities Those who remained' on the team must be commended for
season that dipped below the 500 mark for the first time in by quitting, as the spark that was so badly needed. finishing out'a season that had all year long looked bleak.
recent memory.A did But Harlan quickly retreated and said what those seniors And for those swimmers who quit because they felt it was
of sorrow. was wrong. necessary to wake up the Athletic department and its
season NOW, THE GATOR tankmen will travel to Tennessee to allocation of money well Harlan smiled ,and a smile
His smile.had come though, after he had learned that a in the Southeastern
Championships. sometimes means thank you.

I [ Florida The Independent Alligator / SPORTS :'', 1 1

Wednesday,March 5, 1975.Pag 15 '

UF coach has 'banged' \

out champs for years.

B, NICK PUGLIESE both the Uh record ((189'-9"), and the Southeastern Conference .
Alligator Sports WriterIt (SEC) record (U80'-2") in the discus throw.
The best discus thrower in UF history might'still be in
would probably be a safe bet to assume that most of the school, according to Bangs.
students at UF don't know that we have a coach right on His name is Bill Kovach and he won the. SEC discus
campus who has developed not one but several Olympic championship as a freshman last year:
competitors. SO FAR, his best throw has been 174-10", ,but 'Bangs
The man with the unheralded record is Dr. John Bangs, thinks he'll improve on that.
who coaches the shotput discus and hammer-throwers for "I predict this year he'll break Morton's record for the
the UF track and field team and has for quite a few years. discus throw, he said confidently. '
HOWEVER, DR. BANGS'experience with the field events Over the years Bangs has seen a lot of changes in the track
!goes back quite aways with previous stopping points as a and field that he; participated in at Cornell, and the brand -iti
player and coach at Cornell University and as an official for that he now coaches.
the Philadelphia Classic before he wound up in Gator FOR ONE thing, today's athletes have weight training x
Country.As which is "most important "
a student at Cornell University he broke the South "In the old days, we were not permitted to lift weights
Atlantic discus record three times, and also was the A.A.U. because they were afraid we'd get musclebound.
shotput champion.After Of course, now that has proved to be an old fallacy,and
receiving his Ph.D. in engineering. Bangs taught at weight training has led to a great improvement in the .a
Cornell and soon. became an assistant coach on their track athletes," said Bangs.
team. ANOTHER change has been a general improvement in
HE COACHED at Cornell for 15 years and during that equipment, field surfaces, addition of starting blocks and
period developed four Olympic contestants.One timing devices over the years. GATOR COACH DR. JOHN BANGS
of them. John Anderson won a gold medal in the "In my time a 9.8100 yard dash was considered out of this .'.was A.A.U shotput champion
discus throw breaking the world's record at that time with a world, and this was run on a track of cinders and dirt.
heave of 175 feet. ''"Today the tracks,are spiked with rubber to give more physical qualifications meticulous training, rhythm and
After working in Philadelphia and officiating at the Penn spring, and,so you have Ivory Crockett's 9.0 100 yd. dash", timing and most important the will to win," Bangs noted. A,
relays Dr. Bangs arrived in Florida Bangs said referring to changes in field surfaces. "Sometimes a boy looks like a million bucks in practice,
liE AND his wife had come to the "Sunshine State" for a BANGS SAID that today's athletes are pushing' themselves but he keeps on getting licked in actual competition. Well, he
vacation, but soon he was looking to settle down here so he harder. doesn't' have that will to win,"explained Bangs.
started searching for a job. "Take Bill Kovach. He's one of the sharpest competitorsI've "I'd say that today's' athletes are pushing themselves
"My wife liked the Tallahassee area, and I had a contact at known. He won't give up: that's how he won the Penn more ."he summed up.
UF so I (got. the position of professor of management in the relays by coming back when it looked like he was out of it," So, the next time that someone asks you if there are any
business college here"explained Bangs. Bangs noted as he pointed towards Kovach warming up out developers of Olympic talent on the UF coaching staff you
Shortly afterwards, he was named assistant coach for the on the field. just tell them to (go. out to the track and look up Dr. John
the famous writer, Grantland Rice,
UF track and field team. "A long time ago Bangs.
ONE OF the best athletes Bangs ever coached was John asked the question: What makes a champion?" He'll be easy to find; just ask anyone out,on the track. field,
Morton a two-time All-American for the Gators. who holds HE CAME up with qualifications.. They were the right and they'll gladly point out "Doc ,"

I Potter says this week important for Welters I

By KEITH CANNON _THE FUN begins this Next on the list is Rollins players showed ,up to play match in two sets and UF Coach Bill Potter rested
Alligator Sports Writer afternoon at 2:30: when UF College. in a Thursday afternoon Miami. This year I'm looking allowing the Georgians onlyII !several of his regulars in thedoub'les
hosts Appalachian State match. "They have forward to the match," Potter victories in 75 singles matches but the
University from Boone. N.C. always been a small college !said. ,games.In results were much the same.
!show"The next week or so will The Mountaineers will power; they will have a good ON SUNDAY the Gators those singles matches The Gators' Brown and
have."what kind of team we depend upon Keith team with depth." Potter. close their home stand against ,Juan Diaz of UF downed Rick Borling,defeated Owens and
Bill' said UF tennis Coach Richardson and John Garrity.two said. Georgia Southern in a 1 p.m. Owings 6-2,6-1,.Dave Pressly Anderson 62. 6-4. In No. 2
Potter. players who advanced to encounter.It beat John;Anderson 6.3' 6.1, doubles Kunnen and
NCAA tournament last Miami last )ear's third- and Chap Brown disposed of Oescher defeated Dickey and
And he isn't merely making the and picked up a coupleof ranked team in the NCAA. will be the wrap-up to a Bryan Dickey' 62. 6-0. John Fweat 6262. For UF in No.
racket because the Gators spring wins before being visits Saturday afternoon. The week which' began Monday Kunnen bested Jim Fweat 6- 3 doubles, freshman Jody
sill' play four home matches However, beyond Hurricanes are powerful with a 9-0 rout of Valdosta 160.. Mike Borling took a 6- Stag ,and ,sophomore Carey
|in the next five days against highly-ranked pair the again: this year and the match (CGa'.) State College in 0, 6.1 victory over Steve Bradburn came in and
two potentially troublesome this Carolinians "don't !should be the Gators' Valdosta. UF,dominated the Camp. Jim Oescher blanked completed the shutout,
North do.:' toughest to date.. "In other match from start to finish Valdosta State's Dave beating Camp.and Burgette ;,-, .
opponents that we ,
national power.and one bonafide have Potter the said.depth years I was thankful if. our winning each' individual Burgette.6-0. 6-0. 6-1.'61.A ,

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I 16 Th.Independent Florida Alligator Wednesday.March S, 1975
New in Gainesville

I z Keys disdains pro tennis tour 8Q uUtegicafto,{ CRegfauwnt


'f Alligator Sports Writer FOOD

1 It may come as a surprise to some followers of the UF
'" women's tennis team but Una Keys has no intention of Village Square
turning professional after graduation this
I In fact, the current number two seed on the team disdainsthe 2409 SW 13th St. 377-5151

women's professional tour. =-
"I'M NOT interested in going into the women's pro tour.

It's Keys way said.too restricted. You have to give up everything ;' Miss ,n M Y f fW STUDV IN HOLLANDFlorida

I It seems that she would rather compete in European at Utrecht Program
I tournaments as she did last summer on an amateur basis. S. S
"It's a great way to see Europe, and meet different people for 1975-76 academic year is

while playing tennis ."the senior history major said referring zee .. V ALIVE, WELL, AND THRIVING
.; to the European tournaments. 4 04rhD o If Ifgyp
,, UNA ("It's a family name"), who was born and raised. : +
around the Boston, Mass, area, started playing tennis at the : ( '
early age often with the prompting of her mother. rtvrxr> Want to know

,: "My mother started playing tennis with me. Then, 'a pro more about this
carne around, and I took lessons from him. exciting ?
rs program
"He said I should compete in tournaments, and so, from the
age of eleven on, I've been playing in tournaments starting at
We're holding an
"*,*'*/ the local level then the New England area, and soon the
national level." the freckled brunette noted. She didn't play INFORMATION SESSION
much high school competition, and had to completion her p. Former students and faculty
own because "tennis is not that big of a sport where I come members will answer
from, and not that many kids want to play on a team."
"In Florida the high school teams are pretty big" she said your questions
in regard to the popularity of tennis down here.
But it was not the popularity of tennis that brought Una to Wednesday, March 5

UF. 8:30 p.m.
1 "My mother grew up in this area, and a lot of relatives went
here to UF. Actually, I wanted to go to Princeton, but.I endedup JWRU, Rooms 122.123

at UF. I carne in thinking I would transfer, and.I ended up Pro. S.S. Hill,

!staying," she explained.She Coordinator 392.1625
has been a member of the gal's tennis team'for the past j

lour years.
IN HER first and second< years she was ranked No.2 seed.
then moved up to the No. I post last year before dropping i

back to the second ,spot this year. '
"I definitely think 1 I'm playing better but the people on the ,
team are getting better.This is my last year and so I want to ;
give it all I can :'.Una explained. TL- rqUELL <."

"We're much much better team this year. Now they can 5- .
scholarships tor women's tennis so that they can recruit [ -

people, "she noted regarding the'team's chances this year. ; -
TilE GALS currently sport a 2.2 record their most recent
outing leaving them with\ third place in the Florida State
Invitational tournament. The Lady Gators will play their first ELaftL.! ([

home match against Alma College Thursday at 11:30: arm on tt 4:
the varsity tennis.courts.
Una noted that Margaret Court was her favorite tennis aftaLwI
player because "she's very composed on the court and : : W
doesn't always blab like Billie Jean (King) .'" cry
She feels that while Ms. King has done much for women's

tennis, she does carry her equality antics "to an extreme" Now, full scholarship assistance :
AS TO the small controversy over women's sports In the :m- t
for junior and senior '
Alligator Una feels that; the gals got better coverage the last your years, 2
few years. plus chance to become a leader in 1

"We had much better coverage over the past three years. the nuclear energy Held. .
I'll agree that the majority of people are going to read about
the men's'sports, but I also think that people are interested. in Tuition.,books and educational fees are all includedin
women's sports." this new NROTC Nuclear Propulsion Candidate ..

"It's absurd. We represent the school, and.,at least, should program. Along with $100 a month to help you with ,
be noticed for it." she commented. your living expenses And on top of that you havean .1.
Overall. Una feels that you should'always keep the sport of opportunity build a rewarding career for yourself

tennis in perspective G in the fast-rowing) nuclear energy field,,
061 1 guess that's why "I like Margaret Court. She's able to
UNA KEYS Photo by ondy n.wman To qualify you must have completed one semester
keep tennis,in the proper perspective. After all it is only a
each of calculus and physics, or two semestersof
would like to
.game. stay an amateur
calculus and have a B-average or better

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