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Tuition increase wins /' approval/ I IBy




KAREN MEYER the current $271. mend decreasing the number of out-of-state dude such expenses as administrative per
Alligator Staff Writer The new fee'schedule, to be implementedthis fee waivers, despite requests from the sonnel, purchasing, processing of funds and
fall if approved is the first phase of-a legislature to do so. paper work.Although.
The 'Board of Regents finance committee plan to have Florida students pay 30 per cent State University System Chancellor Robert the proposal is still in its plan-
recommended Wednesday the adoption of a of the cost: of their education and out-of-state Mautz and Regent Marshall Harris said if the ning stages, if it were passed,coupled with the
new'tuition plan which will eventually have students pay 100 per cent.A tuition hike is enacted, there is not guarantee activity fee decrease programs such as the UF
students paying 30 per cent of the cost of $232 million shortage in state revenue that the additional revenue from increased Infirmary the J. Wayne Reitz Union, UF
higher education.The has meant financial cutbacks for the Board of tuition fees will go back into the university Housing and Student Government would be
new fee schedule involves transferring Regents and the nine state universities ,it system. "seriously threatened," he said.
10 per cent of the $2.27 per credit hour ac- governs. The legislature may appropriate the added Harris responded saying it was "the share
tivity and service fee that students currentlypay RISING COSTS and a mandate from Gov. revenue from tuition fees however it sees fit. the wealth program in reverse,- share the
to a new student financial aid fund. Reubin Askew that the universities operate Chancellor-designate E.T. York said the deficit."
The proposed tuition schedule comes: next year within the 1974-75 budget level has regents would be directing a major part of Mautz said he was not in favor of chargingthe
before the nine-member Board of Regents for meant the elimination of 288 faculty positions their legislative efforts "to be sure we do keep units administrative overhead costs but
approval March 10 in Pensacola. system-wide and other cuts. .those dollars" in the university system.IF the legislature'had asked the regents to lookat
Under the new tuition schedule fee*:per A tuition increase is among the alternativesthe APPROVED, the regents next submit the possibility.
credit hour will be $14 for lower' division regents are examining as they attempt to the tuition increase proposal to the Mautz said he doubted if it would come up
courses $15 for upper division courses: ,' $20 meet these budget cuts. legislature. I If the legislature fails to act on it, this year adding. "It's a bad year to imposenew
for graduate level courses and $22 for thesis Finance committee members voted not to or approves it, the increase goes into effect charges"
and dissertation credit hours.' recommend decreasing ,the ceiling on the this fall. CURRENTLY THE ADMINISTRATIVEoverhead
OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS will be number of entering freshmen by 15 per cent. Student Body President Steve Merryday costs are paid for out of the
paying $37, $4 7 and $57 at the lower upper, UF's ceiling on freshmen admissions will attended the committee meeting, voicing Education and General budget.
and graduate levels respectively under the remain at this year's level of 2900. opposition to the proposed activity and service Student body representatives from six of
new plan. THE COMMITTEE, composed of Mar- fee cut. Florida's nine state universities spoke againstthe
Medical veterinary and dentistry students shall Harris Jack Daniels and absent member "We are definitely faced with a fee in added cost borne by students.
will be $338 Chester Ferguson also voted ,not to said but transfer of
paying per quarter compared to recom- crease. Merryday York ,said the regents would look at the
and Service fee funds to financial aid
Activity
possibility of a "tuition fee cap" suggested by
,would "not be a very real aln" for students
F former Florida State University Student Body
paying higher fees. President David Aronofsky.
A proposal that would have each independent -'
operating unit in the university pay Under Aronofsky's proposal, tuition fees
its share of administrative overhead, costs assessed tor a 13orl4"undergraduate credit
would add further to the students' burden. hour load would be the maximum fee. Hours
Merryday said. taken beyond that load would be at no extra
ADMINISTRATIVE'overhead, costs in- charge.




._, 4 4k Patrol : frat truck lights




may not have been litBy



JOE MORAN "You could: not turn the rear lights on or .
Alligator Staff Writer off," Plum said, except with the headlight
switch. He said it was "obvious" the driver of
PERRY-The white spotlights mounted on the flatbed, Clifford Thuot 7AR, had the
the rear of the flatbed truck in which four,UF headlights on at the time of the accident
fraternity men were killed near here Saturdaymay since the flatbed ,was moving.
not have been operating 'until seconds THE STATEMENTS RECEIVED from
Sy- A''Y
before the fatal crash, according to Florida the motorists corroborate statements made by
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Highway Patrolman,Quinton Whittle. the driver of the tanker, Leo Parker of Perry.
''Whittle said he has received voluntary Whittle who is, conducting the investigation -
statements from motorists who passed the of the accident said Parker told
truck early Saturday morning indicating the, 'him he had "just come through a patch of
truck was lit only by "very dim" flashing very, very light fog when two white lights
amber lights. came on, up high" shining in his face.
Whittle said the fraternity truck containedfour Parker, who has been driving for his
beer kegs, one empty another nearlyempty current employer for 14 years has had only
,,and two that had not been tapped. one previous traffic accident. Whittle
However, he said there was no indication of characterized the ,accident as "minor" and
intoxication on the part of either driver., said no charges were filed against Parker.
HE WOULD NOT IDENTIFY the persons Parker was charged with careless driving
making the statements and would only read after the Saturday crash.
IlL
excerpts from one, a statement from a south PARKER-WOULD NOT comment on the
Florida housewife who said she passed the accident citing advice of his insurance''
vehicle at 2 a.m., two hours before the wreck, company. .
at which time it was lit only_ by two amber Whittle said the tail lights of the flatbed
lights. truck, if on, may not have been visible to other
The truck, carrying seventeen members of \ehicles, and that the truck was not equippedwith
P
the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity participating rear reflectors as required by Florida
in a Gainesville-to-Tallahassee charity "run-
photo by |lohn moron. a-thon" was plowed i into from behind in the law.The tail lights of the truck were linked to

pre-dawn hours of Saturday morning by a.gasoline the hydraulic tailgate so that they rotated
tanker truck, killing Jerry Engram, downward as the tailgate was lowered according
They are rememberedThey I UC, Larry Berlew. 2UC. Mark Simmons to Whittle.He .
2UC and Mark Stafford. 2UC. said the tailgate,"was not raised all the
Mike Plum president of the fraternity, said way. and it was not lowered 'all)I the way' ,"
beneath blue UF students officials friends
gathered silently a blustery sky small! the
the spotlights on rear of the flatbed leaving the visibility of the lights'"open to
and' final memorial to the four fraternity brothers who died In
relatives--ln: a ,an were connected to the truck's generator and t
effort to better the larger,fraternity of mankind. Memorial service coverage is on healights, so that the rear spotlights were on '
(See
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I I U.S. aives $342,000. to study. student ex I I

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WASHINGTON (UPI) More than project in a letter asking the General
Accounting Office to Investigate He said
$342.000 of taxpayer money is being spent
by Michigan State University to inquire in the study by the National Institute of Child
Health and Human Development was "not
detail about the sex lives of students. Sen.
William Pioxmire. D-Wisc., said Wed- only a highly questionable research
nesday. project. .but gave the researchers over
Proxmire. a member of the Senate $342.000. "or some $99.761 more than
Appropriations Committee questioned the requested.
value orthe survey and said it should be
financed privately if at all. "Not only does this study raise serious
But David J. Kallen. a professor of questions concerning the invasion of
human development who is conducting the privacy but it also appears to be a waste of
research under a three-year contract said taxpayers' money." Proxmire said. ,
Proxmire's criticism "is a distortion of fact Specifically he said the contract calls
regarding legitimate and important for a study of factors in the use of birth -
research undertaking." control devices among unmarried college
Proxmire outlined his objections to the students.

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thursday, AllAN J. GENGUI Experts : layoffs have 'peakedUPI I

I J' Wire Editor -

capsule ( )- The number of persons filing for unemployment Economists viewed both trends as signs that the worst
benefits for the first time hit a three-month low and the rise in period of production cutbacks and worker layoffs was past.
product inventories has slowed, the government said Wed "TO PUT it succinctly" said Irwin Kellner of
Manufacturers Hanover Bank. things are still going to hell
Rep. Abzug hits CIA nesday.U.S. but not as rapidly."
In another development. Morgan Guaranty Trust of New
for her mail ECONOMY York the nation's fifth largest bank sharply reduced its
opening ffMfm tp ffiffiiy.ffifyf flrfl ry r> iin prime interest rate from 8V4 to 7% per cent the lowest rate for
the Bellwether Loan Rate in 21 months.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Existence of a CIA file on Rep. Other banks including Manufacturers Bank of Los
Bella Abzug. D-N.Y.. Wednesday provoked an angry exchange Angeles and American National Bank of Chicago quickly
: between Director William Colby and the followed suit.
congresswoman: who was chairing a House committee THE LABOR Department said 564.000 persons filed first-
hearing Wednesday on privacy rights of Americans. time unemployment insurance claims under state programs
Abzug charged the Central Intelligence: Agency with during the week ended Feb. 22. It was the lowest number of
following her since 1963 when she was a lawyer in private life initial claims since the last week of November.The .
and with opening her mail. decline in tirst-time applications is viewed by
MEANWHILE, Sens. Frank Church. D-Idaho and John economists as an indication that the heaviest period of industrial
Tower R-Tex.. won President Ford's pledge of cooperationwith
cutbacks and layoffs has passed.
of the CIA. with the reservationthat Senate debateon
a Senate Investigation stops
The Commerce Department said in a separate report that
he would review for documents
any requests on a case-by-
while new factory orders declined 2 per cent in January for the
case basis. filibuster rule! fifth consecutive monthly drop the two-year accumulation of
Colby defended as" 'entirely'proper" the CIA effort; find inventories slowed. -
|possible foreign links to American dissidents. and antiwar WASHINGTON(Up)-. The Senate voted overwhelmingly
The backlog of unsold goods rose a relatively modest 0.7 to
groups in connection with! intelligence and cOunterintelligence Wednesday to shut off debate and toward adoption of a
$151.4 billion down substantially from the 2.2 per cent increase
operations.But compromise change in the filibuster rule. in December.
Abzu the subcommittee chairman held aloft her own After battling over the issue for two weeks often bitterly
file furnished Tuesday at her request and said she had been the Senate clearly signaled its desire for an end to the Shellfire// / halts airliftPHNOM
"somewhat appalled to discover that the CIA had followedme filibuster and a change in the rule.
as far back as 1963 when my activity was a lawyer:' But it may take until the end of the week before the Senatecan PENH (UPI) Heavy Communist shellfire
FLUSHED WITH anger she charged the CIA had adopt the new rule which would allow 60 senators to cut ripped into Phnom Penh's airport the lifeline link to the
"seriously violated the privacy of my clients by opening her off filibusters.The outside world Wednesday hitting a U.S.airlift jet and haltingall
present rule which was used Wednesday requires a commercial air traffic to the besieged Cambodian capital.
mail.Rep.
Leo J. Ryan. D-Calif.. a member of the subcommittee margin of two-thirds of those present and voting or a U.S. military spokesmen said a chartered world airways
said "We live in a nation of free people." and warned. "If the maximum of 67. DC8 jet was hit by rocket shrapnel and sustained minor
American people have to have a choice between obtaining the The key 73 to 21 vote came on a motion to kill the filibuster damage but flew back to Saigon safely. The plane carrying
integrity of the CIA or the loss of freedom of American which has prevented the senate from even bringing the rules rice fuel and ammunition was the first reported hit since the
citizens it will be the CIA that goes." change up for consideration. U.S. airlift started last week.
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I Committee ok's fund shiftBy


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KAREN MEYER to UF three years ago, according to Regents enough money to meet the payroll, Bryan
Alligator Staff Writer Corporate Secretary Hendrix Chandler. said.

UF Executive Vice President 'Harold Obtaining the funds from the five sources
The Board of Regents finance committee Hanson said the Sponsored Research was the UF administration's "third plan of
approved Wednesday, a request from UF to category has "nominal supervision" over operation." Bryan said.
shift $800,000 from within UF's budget to some federal grants and "flexibility in UF first tried to obtain the money from the
meet this year's faculty payroll. utilization." Funds from this category can, State University System, and later through
The money, if approved by the regents at and are moved around, Hanson said. incidental income, Bryan said.
their monthly meeting March 10, will be THE FUNDS IN THE Unrestricted Grants HANSON SAID, "We were not sure it was
transferred into the Education and General category are usually used for scholarships and going to be on this agenda of Wednesday's
budget from five sources. academic program enrichment he said. finance committee meeting."

THE SOURCES AREt from auxiliaries Shifting 150.000 out ofthat grant fund "We're pleased," ,said Hanson and UF
$250,000; from Sponsored Research will "bring it down to a critical level," President. Robert Q. Marston, immediatelyupon

$100,000; from Unrestricted Grants Hanson said. hearing of the regents' approval. VICE-PRESIDENT HAROLD HANSON
$150,000; from the Institute of Food and UF interim Vice President for Academic Marston said he had talked about the
with
.
Agricultural Services (IFAS) $200,000; from Affairs Robert Bryan said without the money, transfer of funds with the regents by phone, pleased committee approval
the J. Hillis Miller Health Center $100,000.The there would have been no payroll. but had not formally submitted "a detailed
FIGURES FROM THE UF comptrollers'office written proposal."
'surplus funds in the Auxiliaries where payroll is made up and disbursed i- The $300.000 from I FAS and the Health
category came from the sale of food service indicated "sometime in
April or Center are loans to be paid back out'of next
equipment to Servomation when it first came May," it was "very clear" there would not be ,year's budget, Bryan said.
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I Budget priorities vary statewide I IBy ii



JANET PARK positions" Vickrey said. Faculty positions are
Alligator Staff Writer translated into man-years.by the regents for

the purpose of figuring and can be juggled, he
Only one other state university besides UF said

found it necessary to terminate interim "We don't know how that will translateto
faculty members' contracts in order to meet
currently employed people, but there are no
next year's predicted budget cuts. permanent faculty that have not been a
Florida International University (Flu) in renewed," he said.
Miami plans to cut 20 of its'first-year facultynext Dr. Endilee Bush, assistant to the presidentfor
year, according to FIU President Charles ; \ .J. women and minority affairs at Florida
Perry. ;: Atlantic University (FAU) said, "The
Ytz4
president (Dr. Glenwood Creech) said we
All state universities were instructed by the .:(:
Board of Regents to keep budget requests for DR.ROBERT BRYAN
1975-76 at this 'year's level. This, request 'S.}:" 'i. ('Employment, page ten) most'retirees at UF are white males

sparked budget cuts at, all nine state

universities. Martin wants legislatureto

THIS MONEY WILL come partly from
unspent salary money for vacated positionsand .1
unfilled positions next year.
all fee hikesBy
FIU's other budget curtailments include approve '

reduction of library hours, enrollment cap of
this year's total 10,500 students, and increasing -
faculty productivity by 10 per cent. DEBBIE IBERT "It's an easy way tor the legislators to get
Perry said the faculty productivity increase Alligator Staff WriterIf out of their reponsibility for tuition hikes,"
means teachers must teach another class in Martin said about the present system.
addition to the regular 10 hours assigned, State Rep. Sidney Martin gets his way ACCORDING TO his bill, tuition changeswill
plus additional student counseling duties. the Board of Regents will no longer be able to need direct approval by the legislature
r raise tuition rates without getting explicit before becoming effective policy. The bill

Since he doesn't know the exact number of approval from the Florida Legislature. makes legislators, not, the regents,
faculty positions that will be left unfilled. Martin filed a bill two weeks ago requiringthat responsible for tuition hikes, Martin ex-
Perry said he doesn't know if any course before a tuition change becomes ef- plained.
offerings will have to be cancelled during. the fective, the legislature must act on it in "one "Legislators',; should be responsive and
academic year 197576. 'DR. DOROTHY NEVILL way or another." responsible for acts involving education -
"Summer school classes will be 'sub- affirmative action coordinator CO-SPONSORED BY Speaker of the from taxes to tuition. Nobody else should be
stantially' cut" he said. interim House Don Tucker, the bill comes before the able to do it besides elected officials."

UF HAS ALSO notified 20 interim faculty House Committee on Education within the Martin pointed out that regents are not
members that their contracts will not be tilled next year, in order to meet an approximately next two weeks, Martin said. elected they are appointed by the governorto
renewed for next year. The deadline! for 89-position freeze necessary to Currently, the regents submit tuition nine-year terms.
notification was March I. produce the $1.5 million of salary expense proposals to the legislature for approval,
Of the 20 faculty members at UF that were money. denial or revision. If the legislature fails to REGENT JACK McGRIFF said he would
given notice of non-renewal, eight were take action, however, the proposal "welcome sharing the responsibility of telling
women. All seven other state universities plan, to automatically goes into effect. people they have to pay more money." '
meet their cutback i in: salary money by leavingsome But what concerned him, he said, is that

Affirmative action have been positions unfilled, but they will meet the s even if a bill says the legislature must approve
programs) requirements by normal attrition. tuition change, it "doesn't mandate the
each of the nine
at state
implemented ATTRITION IS LOSS of faculty through legislature to act on the proposal at all."
universities to provide an equal opportunity s
transfer resignation or death. Under Martin's bill, McGriff continued, if the
for employment to women and minority
legislature studies ,the proposal, then sets it
workers. "The University of South'Florida (USF) has aside and fails to act on it, "we're left holdingthe
Dr. Nevill., UF interim'atlirn1ative
Dorthy not terminated anyone as' a result of the bag we're left.without a fee policy to
action coordinator, said "I 1 distressed "
am at
budget cuts said Dr Jim Vickrey, directorof work with,
the news that 32 per cent of the terminationswere university relations and l '
Equal Employment
AS IT IS NOW, even if the legislature
females. Opportunity Coordinator. ignores a'fee change proposal, it will go into'
"This will obviously have some effect on the
effect without approval. McGriff; said the
affirmative action but there is no to : "
plan ,
way
"Every year you have people terminatedwho current\ policy offered the regents a "system to
who will retire, she said
resign
or ,
predict
\ haven't )gotten tenure and haven't (fall back on" in case the legislature doesn'tMartin
IF.::'MORE MEN THAN WOMEN resign saW L., .. '
; performedjwell.1" \& .... *.* act. rffcfettw vf
this ,;year. UF's percentage of women faculty, "We're very concerned about affirmative said his bill will only mean tuition
members, currently 12.9 per cent, will rise a action but we don't yet know the impact of the increases could not take effect without ,ap-

little. position freeze. We'll just have to wait till the proval,and,the regents could fall back on thepreviously
legislature makes out, the budget" Vickrey approved fee'policy".
Dr. Robert Bryan. interim vice presidentfor said. "Should the legislature fail to approve
academic affairs said most of the persons USF IS EXPECTED to leave about 45 deny a rate increase, the regents:would,have
retiring this year are white males. A.The2tfiriterim'positfo'nsacated ", faculty position unfilled_ next year; STATE REP. SIDNEY MARTIN to revert back to their formerfee structure.. *:. '
< will not bet "There are lots of ways 'to'e up those ,wants legislators to set toHtorr*..."Tie*'said.:% wW-1-****'*'* *
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Deaths
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(/from page one) flatbed, Whittle said.
f All of the fraternity brothers who were on

the flatbed "are in the process of preparing

a further investigation. written statements" to reconstruct the ac '

THE WHITE LIGHTS were mounted on cident. Plum said.

two-by-fours at the rear of the cab 13 feet 6 IN ADDITION, Plum said a professor

inches above road level Whittle said. The from the UF College of Engineering surveyedthe

"rIr e white lights as well as the flashing amber accident scene Saturday afternoon and

w is r lights were in violation of Florida highway will issue his report reconstructing" the accident

regulations according to Whittle. "sometime this week

Whittle has the lights at the Perry highway A copy of Whittle's final report will be

patrol station and he said they will be sub- forwarded to Arthur Lawrence state attorney

jected to laboratory tests to see if they were for Florida's third judicial circuit but Whittle

operational at the time of the crash. said he does not expect any further charges to

Whittle said he has found no witnesses to be tiled.

the accident other than' the occupants of the ----"'-- ." -
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two vehicles. He said he is attempting to ; ,
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reconstrusct the mishap '
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evidence on the scene and by establishing a "

"pattern of behavior" from statements of

people who saw the vehicles before the wreck..

Whittle has established from skid marks t }f fat

left on the highway that the tanker was

traveling at approximately 45 miles per hour

and that Parker applied his brakes ap-

proximately one second before impact.
WHITTLE SAID THE diesel cab of the

tractor-trailer rig was in ninth gear at the

moment of impact and therefore had a

maximum possible speed of 52 miles per

hour.

He added that no mechanical fault was .
-T found in either vehicle.
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Whittle said Thuot told him he saw the
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headlights of the tanker in the rearview ,

mirror "two or three" seconds before the ,
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crash. photo by george kochaniec jr.
photo by george kochaniec jr. Thuot has no accident entries on his driving
ILLFATED FLATBED TRUCK DRIVER LEO PARKER
record and has a valid chauffeur's license,
rammed from behind by gasoline tanker required to drive a truck the size of the hit frat truck SaturdayJack






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will be open to new volunteersat Memorial service held


the beginning of spring quarter.


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Call the Samson office at 392-1608 for information BRIAN JONES conscious in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
.more
Alligator Layout Editor Gannon read from Mayer's own words
during the service. The Miami freshman
wrote that she "would try to bring a smile to
About 500 mourners gathered quietly the faces of others, even at the expense of my
Wednesday afternoon at a memorial service own smile."
for the four Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity In a faltering( voice, UF President RobertQ
brothers killed last 'weekend. Marston said, "to give one's life in the
Parents and friends of the deceased service of others is truly the meaning of life." .
fraternity brothers, university officials and Marston read a telegram from Florida
students-including some of those injured in Education Commissioner Ralph Turlington,
the accident that claimed the four brothers' who said the deceased fraternity brothers
lives gathered in the University "des rve to be honored as heroes'
Auditorium for the half-hour service. 'The four students Larry Berlew, Jerry
a.r FATHER MICHAEL GANNON, UF Engram. Mark Simmons and Mark Stafford,
professor of religion, led the mourners in were killed when the flatbed truck they were
prayers for the dead and for the recovery of riding in, as part of a Gainesville-to-
Kathy Mayer, IUC a fraternity little sister Tallhassee "run-a-thon," was rammed by a
also injured in the accident, who is still un- gasoline tanker truck.



Arctic Sleeper sleeping; -bag A that roomywinter .has Bicycles crash head-on ,
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the versatility to'be uood.i..und.

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Alligator Staff Writer Five, where he is now being treated for skull
fracture, said Carol Oglesby, Shands
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spokeswoman.
Two UF students were hospitalized HIS CONDITION IS listed as serious
Wednesday morning for injuries received in a Oglesby said.Burkard .
Sell Your head-on bicycle collision, according to Jim suffered a temporary loss of
Shi.ler, University Police Department (UPD) memory and was treated and released at the
public. information officer. UF infirmary, Shuler said. ;
Shuler said the accident occurred on the '-:Burkard., who received minor abrasionsonhis
;.y t ': ra UF campus in front of the Graham sidence left forearm said the collision occurred.. as i
Textbooks area about 10 a.ni. Wednesday, when 19yearold ,he Burkard, was pedaling uphill.
bicyclist Anthony Ewen, I IUC, collided ACCORDING TO BURKARD, Ewen was
with a bicycle ridden by' 21-year-old Peter going fast enough to look "as though he was
Burkard 3AG. out of control."
UPD OFFICERS ARRIVING at the scene, When they collided, both victims fell to the
We will be buying textbooksfor found both victims suffering from shock grass, Burkard said.
Shuler said. Burkard said that the front rim of his bike
When the officers arrived, Ewen was "was bent like a figure 8" and that it cost $30
receiving first aid from an unidentified to repair the damage.
: use spring quarter student Shuler said. Shuler said that no charges have been filed
Ewen was taken to the Shands Teaching in the accident.Fraternity '
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LINDA WISNIEWSKI president Lee Warnock said he
Alligator Staff Writer was "pleased with the efforts of the brothers.
17th
This is one of our most successful drives yet."
Inter-Fraternity Council President Don Lambda Chi Alpha was awarded the
Emerson Wednesday presented 250 units of Civitan Galloneer Award for the most'blood
blood which was "like a Godsend" to donations by a fraternity during the fall
Since our list of required books from professors the Gainesville chapter of the American quarter.
Cancer Society. ALL BLOOD from donors in the frater-
According to Clint Johnson, director of nities are converted to "credits" in the IFC
for spring quarter will be near completion, public relations at the cancer society,' the blood account.
,
blood units were badly needed because the IFC releases these credits to various
. society recently gave 50 units to a cancer organizations or individuals who are in need
you'll 11 get the best prices offered for old books patient. Their supply was becoming depleted. of blood.A .
," ." ,, .' THE GAINESVILLE CHAPTER of the blood drive by Scabbard and Blade, the
American Cancer Society gives free blood to UF ROTC organization, will be held in Van
"-, so bring 'em beginning.the: 17th. any cancer patient in Florida who can't afford Fleet hall Thursday from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m.
it, Johnson said. "THE SCABBARD AND BLADE likes to
"A pint of blood costs $40. and it costs $50 keep constant supply of blood available to
to administer the blood to the patient. If we individuals who need blood; said Mike
can give a patient free blood,it cuts the cost ofa Takosh, Scabbard and Blade vice chairman.
blood transfusian considerably" he said.A Scabbard and Blade is asking groups who
bloodmobile has been stopping at a want to give blood to come to Van Fleet hall.

Ell CAMPUS 'SHOP A BOOKSTORE. >.+/ -y ,,,different'fraternity house every day, Johnson most Prizes donors will be awarded Takosh'said.i, the; group. with the
said.ONE
FRATERNITY' Lambda Chi Alpha.donated The main prize is a keg of beer, Takosh
SB 25 units'', of blood to the Civitan
located in the Hub: ,I Regional Blood Center'last week in response: said.Last week the Scabbard and Blade donated
: ;to' the growing( need of blood in the, 25 pints of blood to a, child',in. Shands

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Benek, the other roommate was attending the funeral of a
By LESLIE GOLAY take long; he said.
in Wadsworth. Ohio,
Alligator Staff Writer AID COULD NOT SAY where in the trailer the fire Lunsford.friend Wednesday according to

started. Benek and Swigart both came from Wadsworth.A .
The I cause of a trailer fire that killed a UF student early Swigart's two roommates Victor L Shaffer and John NEIGHBOR, Cassandra Calhoun
DOOR
Benek, both Santa Fe Community College students were not NEXT ;; said
Wednesday morning can not yet be determined, according to she heard no noise at all around the time the fire'started.
Deputy State Fire Marshal Edgar G. Aid. in the trailer at the time the tire started.
Wednesday afternoon, after inspecting the burnt trailer, Shaffer was staying at the trailer across the street because Neighbors two trailers away heard noises before the fire
Aid said he would have to call in other fire specialists to inspect there was no heat in. his 'trailer, according to Mrs. A.L trucks arrived. "There was a lot of banging, screaming and
the trailer. Lunsford, manager of the Town and Country Trailer Lodge, yelling. It sounded sort of' like garbage cans banging.
"THERE WAS NO HEAT and no gas in the trailer" Aid where Swigart's rented trailer was located. Somebody yelhng'fireV:'. said neighbor Dwayue Thomas.
said. SHAFFER WOULD NOT TALK with reporters. about the Funeral services are tentatively planned for Saturday in

wenty-one-year-old David J. Swigart, I UC, died Wed fire Wednesday.- Wadsworth. Ohio.
nesday morning in the bedroom of his flame-engulfed trailerat
3860 S.W. Archer Road, Lot J-5. --- :
His two roommates were not home at the time. :: :

The fire department responded to the fire call at 3:21: a.m. _
and was advised that someone was still in the trailer. Firemen
arriving on the scene found the trailer engulfed in flames.
ACCORDING TO Officer T.J. Strickland from the

Gainesville Fire Department, "For all practical purposes this
trailer is destroyed."
Aid said Swigart's body was found behind the door of the
middle bedroom after firemen broke through the bedroom
'door.
According to Aid, Swigart could not get! out because of
carbon monoxide fumes. "Once you take but three breaths of
carbon monoxide you can't do anything. Carbon monoxide
mixes 400 times faster in the blood than oxygen. It doesn'tDean

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I Scott A elotT. new Accent speakers chairman, said t'
f Wednesday he could not confirm reports that John Dean will bf
cancel the remainder of his college speaking,tour., f. ,
Ageloff said he spoke with Dean's agent, Tony Colao of "
American Program Bureau, and the agent said,he had no
indication Dean would cancel
As of now Ageloff said Dean is still scheduled to speak at
UF April 15. He will be paid $3,750. photo by bob woo I
The i Alligator could not reach Colao for comment Wednesday BODY OF DAVID SWIGERT IS REMOVED FROM TRAILER
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UFPANHELLENIC <<. :1 ,. fA.lsxfa The Student Government elections, scheduled for the third
I --r week of spring quarter, will be run under vastly different
t y guidelines than past campaigns if a proposed election code is -
passed by the Student Senate.
welcomes its 18th sorority The proposed bill drafted by Student Body President Steve
Merryday and Senate President Pro Tem David Cardwell
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA STEVE MERRYDAY:-. would create a student elections commission to handle
election violation allegations and would place strict limits on
.co-author of revised election bill candidates.The .
campaign advertising
All interested UF women by
bill was passed with some technical changes by the
are invited to attend debate senate Tuesday and will be considered again tonight at a
Senators
special meeting.IF .
AKA 's PASSED TONIGHT, the bill would come up for final

election revisionBy reading next Tuesday.The .
OPEN HOUSE RUSH election commission proposed by Merryday and
Cardwell would be made up of three students and two faculty
Saturday March 8 3-5p.m. JANET PARK members and would receive complaints about possible
Alligator Staff Writer campaign violations.
Room 122 Reitz Union I
The commission, according to Merryday, would be a "fact-
After a four-hour discussion of the Student Government finding" board that would investigate complaints and make
election code. the Student Senate Tuesday passed a recommendations either to the senate or the Honor Court for
revised code on first reading. final judgments.The .
Restaurant Further discussion of the code is scheduled for meetings Honor Court, under the present election code, is
C 00 1S today and Tuesday. If passed at these two meetings, the responsible for both investigating alleged violations. and
Motel I Lounge revised code will be in effect for this spring's SG elections.IF determining any possible penalities.

Gourmet V- M Steinhatchee, Fla. DEFEATED,the elections will be conducted accordingto THE HONOR COURT WOULD still have the power to
Fresh Seafoods the code in effect now. invalidate any election if they feel it is necessary but the powerto
", ..J4tI "This would be a complete and utter fiasco," said Senate investigate the violations would rest only with the proposed
r E President Kevin Malone. elections commissions.The .
Snapper MALONE BLAMED the Senate Judiciary Committee for senate, responsible for canvassing election results
. w not rewriting the bill and having it ready for presentation to would also have. to accept the "finding of facts" by the
Lobster __ 7xenun. the senate last quarter, which would have prevented what one commission, but would not be bound to follow their-
Scallops Crab Claws senator termed"railroading through massive overhauls of the recommendations. .
election code." The billwould also,prohibit! anyone ezcepl;apm; idalelo.: t
Mullet Shrimp 5 In other business, the senate questioned the ''judiciary the election from filing a complaint against! a candidate. or,
Committee's unfavorable rating of a prospective Traffic Court .party. .* '"%>: < ,,':. '$g
TrOUt Rock Shrimp |In Unxeploited Areas associate justice before approving the his appointment.The Also the burden of proving that a violation did occur. would
Stone Crab ClaWS Private Parties committee gave an '"unsatisfactory" rating to Steve rest on the person filing the complaint.
498-3501 Rosen for reasons based on his "attitude" as expressed in an THE PROPOSED BILL states,"No election shall be invalidated I
approximately hour-long interview. unless the complainant shows by clear and con-
Everything Prepared Fresh For You JAY STARK, committee chairman, said when Rosen was vincing evidence but for the complained-of events or
interviewed he told the committee he would 'not remove fraudulent events, the elections would have resulted in a
himself from the hearing. of a fraternity brother's traffic ticket different manner."
SoS'uie appeal. The new campaign advertising limits would replace money
: SfiiigSliop At the meeting, Rosen said he had never been in that guidelines, which Merryday said are hard to police, with
situation during his three-month probation period. limits on the number of ad inches in 'newspapers and the
Traffic Court Chief Justice Bruce Singer said he had found amount of air time on radio and television.
Rosen competent for the post and recommended him highly. CANDIDATES WOULD also be prohibited,from placing
SEVERAL SENATORS said they accepted Singer's three- campaign signs on trees, which Merryday said resulted in the
YOUR INSTRUMENT month evaluation of Rosen's competency as opposed to the "annual rape of the campus."
HAVE Judiciary Committee's evaluation, and Rosen was approved Merryday admitted the limits might. hamper independent
[REPAIRED OVER SPRING BREAK] for the post.Student candidates somewhat, because the bill would eliminate the
relatively inexpensive ,method of campaigning. by signs on
Programs was allotted $10,000 more than its

oil Repair fretted and instruments.renovation on spring operating budget from the Special Requests Fund. trees.He added, however, that he thought the incentive for

Considered the finest With this money.SG Entertainment Chairman Steve Block candidates to run with a party would "be a good thing" for
in the said; he plans to produce a jazz festival and possibly sponsor a the annual elections.
repair shop free concert by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in connection with Besides. Merryday explained, the proposed advertising
Southeast.Get Dorm Week. restrictions would be better than the present ones' because
into the Sabine Flute. PURCHASE of a memorial plaque in honor of the four "these are at least enforceable..

Only $19. Sigma! Phi Epsilon brothers killed in a traffic accident "You can always hide the amount of money you spent, but
311,11 brhdt Lain Stnr1 373-6396 Saturday morning was approved on first reading. It will be you can't hide newspaper ads or radio 'commercials
hung in the Sigma. Phi Epsilon house. Mcrryday

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'J EDITORlAirGrumbling ..







These days the feminist movement is seeing the

unpleasant side of liberation.,

It seems women have the. 'same,right to stand in
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the breadline as men and( like' it or not they're /: .

having to exercise it. ,

And, predictably, we hear grumbling from the I ... ...
pants-suit crowd. % I
Some 20 interim UF faculty members will lose t

their jobs next year because of economic reasons.
The grumbling is to the effect that 32 per cent of "

those fired are women. % _
The interim coordinator of UF's affirmative

action plan, Dr. Dorothy Nevill, points out that yr
only J 12.9 per cent of UF's total faculty are women, 1)

hinting that something's out of line with firing UCD

breakdown.And .1..11
the grumbling is not confined to the pants-

suit crowd. Venerable graduate school Dean Harry 'BLATANT ATTEMPT TO DESTROY THE FAMIUY-RIGHT.eiRUS; ?! QIRLS? "
Sisler expresses discomfort about a third of the

tired Well teachers, let's look being at it women.this way. TWO-THIRDS of Castro eying U .S. relationsA

the teachers, being fired are men. And since all
..
those being fired are employes of less than one resumption of diplomatic relations with Fidel Castro's ,
year, its surprising the percentage of women isn't Cuba may well be in the offing. RICh ARD,
higher, since the new affirmative action plan has REPORTS HAVE REACHED beyond the cloistered walls
of the State Department telling of dissension in the once- BURKHOLDER
just been getting into high gear with its push to unflappable Castro-hating ranks.

hire more women and minority group persons. According to the Associated Press (AP), the most recent GUEST COLUMNIST
Frankly, we've never been too hot on affirmative sign of thaw may be seen in the decision several weeks ago to
action. We've always felt it, was a jazzy name for permits Cuba's United Nations (UN) contingent to travel up
discrimination using practical and to 250 miles outside of New York City. his skill as a politician in foreign affairs.
reverse Prior to this decision Fidel's UN representatives could only And his ability to effectively silence opposition inside Cuba
psychological means to give women a better shot at legally go up to 25 miles away from Gotham. by jailing (he once admitted to journalist Lee Lockwoodthat
being employed than men. It's a kind of dirty OTIIER DEVELOPMENTS along this line have included certain political acts are punishable crimeS) or exiling
catch-up ball game, where you tie sand bags to the Teddy Kennedy& Co.'s recent sojourn to Havana and Senate potential dissidents (many' of whom were allowed to leave
legs of the other team. Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Sparkman's Cuba of their own volition another pragmatic practice on
In fact, the Department of Health, .Educationand (D-Ala.) call for restoring normalized relations with Cuba. Castro's part)-: has managed to keep him in the driver's seat
The Cuban Government surprisingly has even for the last 16 years.
Welfare late last issue
-year compelled tp a State Department officials further noted that the tenor of
reciprocated (sort of) by releasing four U.S. prisoners as. said
nation-wide memorandum to universities ex- the AP "a gesture of friendship to Senators Jacob Javits, R- Fidel's anti-U.S. tirades has of late abated somewhat "a
plaining that federal anti-djscrimination laws N.Y. and Claiborne Pell D-R.I.," who themselves recently fact" said the AP, "that has not gone unnoticed here."
prohibit ANY hiring prejudices based on sex. visited Castro. Thus is?Fidel buttering up the Yankees so as to be able to
Affirmative action or not, HEW said, the law says UNDOUBTEDLY THESE actions will cause consternation extend his influence over the hemisphere with their blessings
within the U.S.Cuban exile community for feelings still run or at least their official ambivalence? Or does he currentlyface
schools must still hire based on merit, not sex.
high about the perceived "morality" and "legitimacy" of internal economic problems, as some sources suggest
Presumably, that goes for firing too. Castro's regime. and is therefore looking to the U.S.to lend him a fiscal hand?
It is unfortunate that economic conditions force One Cuban exile studying at this university recently saidto OR IS HE merely trying to"come in out of the cold" as tar
these firings at UF. But we are confident that UF me he would never go back to his homeland until "that as hemispheric relations are concerned, given the fact that
Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan bearded monster" is thrown out of power.. certain Latin American republics at the last Organization of
and the deans have picked who should stay and Which strikes me as a perfectly understandable feeling, American States conference were quite receptive to the notionof
provided one realizes that the majority of Cuba's professionaland re-opening relations?
who must go strictly on the basis of time employedand classes that is Cuban this
upper society's articulate groups At moment the State Department. through its recent
merit, not sex. fled to Yankee shores when Castro stormed into office in peregrinations is obviously feeling out the situation. I would
If they did otherwise, they just might face a late 1958. like to be able to say that our !national policy makers occasionally
discrimination lawsuit from an enterprising I think the majority of Cuban exiles living in North cock an eye toward the attitudes of our live-in
member of that oppressed two-thirds majority.LETTERS America will however, also concede one other" thing about Cubans but I cannot state with any certainty that they do.
Fidel: even if he is a "bearded monster. one cannot underestimate Or for that matter that they don't.
his political cunning and savvy.Castro's BUT I THINK WE can all agree on one thing in the light of
a sharp man perhaps this century's con recently transpired events: that our resident Cuban exiles had
summate Latin American politico who is certainly not best be prepared for the possible resumption, for better or
above cruelty and conspiracy to maintain himself as Cuba's worse of normalized governmental.: relations with Castro.
chieftain. Hence they would be well-advised at present to note this
HIS DELICATE playing off of Russia and China in the development and if they still wish to. forestall official
international arena so as to obtain what he wanted from ,recognition move to combat it with all due haste.
them financially and politically is prima facie evidence of Because time may just be running out for them.

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who murder their wives and replace them with sense of humor. Consider their first meeting:
robots that are physical replicas. Joanna exhausted from fighting with her
Well, why not? It is a well-known fact that husband and bouncing off the glossy surfacesof
most men dream of the perfect wife as a the Stepford hausfraus,retreats to a field,
mindless Geisha who will take care of the and sits half-hidden in the tall 'grass.
home and children while catering to the Then Bobbie bursts into view, grinning
husband's every whim. A beautiful robot from ear to ear, tearing through the grass
would till the bill perfectly. yelling'Hey; Aren't you Joanna, the big time ts
photographer who left the big city but only
TRUE, THE SITUATION is exaggeratedin recently to settle in our quiet burg?"
the name of satire. But it reveals the realityof The two women burst into laughter. and
many women's lives. begin to talk spontaneously. i
For example, the two main characters. JOANNA HAS FOUND: a lifeline.
Joanna (Katharine Ross! ) and Bobbie (Paula Bobbie is a real person who shares her dismayand
Prentiss)decide to organize a women's group. deepening suspicion over the situation in
They are hoping to awaken the consciousnessof Stepford. For once, after seeing Redford and .
the servile Stepford wives. Newman and many otKer male-male friend-
ships, we to see a real female-female
Joanna and Bobbie urge the women in the get
group to talk about the things that really friendship portrayed on the screen.
matter the most to them, to discuss their The one outstanding flaw in the movie's
deepest, most important feelings. parody of the stereotyped female role was thatit
One of the women says, "Well I'm really far only depicted the best side of oppression.
behind in my ironing." Mindless chatter, beautiful ,dresses and
Another woman responds, "I 1 know how compulive housework are the least we have to
a u tc U"r #as+r ocs s a M uwoctiaDlAf4 is W f1'Expose'of
you feel. I'll tell you you'll never know how fear.THE
MOVIE never explained how a robot
times I've been .
many tempted .to use spray
starch.< toMANY programmed only for housework would take
care of her two children if her husband died. a cheater
SUBURBAN housewives duplicatethis We never saw a robot cleaning a dirty diaperor '
dialogue day after day. Spray starch may coping with a screaming child having a
very well be a housewife's weightiest concern. temper tantrum. The following story is a MAX STRADER I
Housewives'are confined to a world limitedby The movie didn't deal with the trauma of a special to the Independent !
the walls of their own homes, and they are rape surely that would upset even a robot. Florida Alligator, Because of
not supposed to think of anything but Robots are lucky they can't get pregnant, the state's Education in the SATIRE
housework and children. Trapped in this or have miscarriages, or die of illegal abor- Darkness Law it has been
dehumanizing role, it's not surprising that a tions. kept secret by the powers that
woman could become machine-like, Overall, though, the movie was realistic, be. An unidentified source discrepancy was spotted at never know, we though he was
programmed by societal conditioning. sometimes frighteningly so. Through was responsible for a news that point. Investigation by O.K. He looks honest."
The contrast between the robot-wives and processes subtler than robotic.replacements, leak just two days ago. senior law students revealedthe Kosmos' parents, when
their still-intact sisters is sharp Every robot- many of my friends have changed from independent IT HAS BEEN learned thata following facts: 'Kosmoshad interviewed, admitted he nad
housewife wears. frilly dress, speaks in a soft, human beings into mechanical, 1974 UF graduate Adam been involved in the been a difficult child from the
'feminine voice and has a glazed smile similarto superficial robots, stifled by the endless Kosmos. has had his cheating ring, just as all other start. Even as far back as the
that of a stewardess at the end of a long demands of husband, housework and Bachelor's Degree revoked by students had. He had verbally first grade, Kosmos refused to
day. children. I only hope the process is reversible. the UF Honor Court. The agreed to cheat on the ES 499 go to school if he thought he'd
decision to revoke his degreewas final exam, but had second be late.
reached after what involved thoughts at the last minute, MWHAT CAN WE ay? We
persons called "Ion and chickenedout.He took the still love him. His dad tried to
hard hours of consideration. exam without referring to any teach him. As soon as Adam
ADVICE & DISSENT The charge filed against illegal source. was old enough he and his
Kosmos was' two-fold: obtaining dad would sit down and go'
:the 'degree under Upon the probing of one over our tax return every year.

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bureaucratic fees, which Silber also said he would be wary of an all-\
RICIIARD BURKHOLDER Winnie, Gainesville lawyer and Chamber of because he must pay
in the $10 range, Winnie attorney arbitration list.
Alligator< Staff Writer Commerce member. will probably run
However, prior to submitting to arbitration, said. "EVERYDAY PEOPLE little guys and
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Alachua County residents will be able to both sides must agree on the choice of an Businessmen can write off their $10 tee as a big guys-ought to be on the list. Silber said.
take consumer complaints to a neutral arbitration ,arbiter Winnie said. business expense. Winnie explained, while the Winner said he Is presently investigatingthe
board beginning April! I. At the moment, the Chamber of Commerceis consumer )possesses:! no such, tax income tax possibility of wieghting the list's com
The Gainesville Chamber of Commerce looking into the potential areas from whichto break. position heavily with attorneys.He .
said, that the
recently voted to set up a consumer-business draw the list of arbiters. though volunteer list
arbitration system that would enable local LOCAL ATTORNEYS, law students and SAUL SILBER,, owner-manager of Sound should be wide enough that all shades of
consumers and business concerns to settle League of Women Voters members are being City expressed concern, that ethical opinion-1rom "consumerists to fat cat$"..
disagreements outside of small claims court. considered said Debbie Browne businessmen might fall prey to unfair would be represented.The .
BOTH PARTIES WOULD be able to spokeswoman for the Gainesville Chamber of customer demands. arbitration set-up is scheduled to existin
submit their arguments to neutral arbitrationwith Commerce. However, he said, "if you agree to submit to a trail period of three months from April I
a binding contract to assure, that the However.the consumer might be at a slight neutral arbitration and your position is to July I, with review in July, to determine the
arbiter's decision i is final, according.: to..John disadvantage should he elect for arbitration strong you have nothing to fear." problems of the system.

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(from three) "Attrition and non-people cuts" will makeup FAMU Personnel Director Robert Carroll faculty according to Dr. Roy Lassiter vice
page the money saved to return to the regents confirmed the statement that no interim president and,dean of faculty.
Grooms said. She specified the same, items faculty, male or female, had been terminated.A "ADJUNCT FACULTY members are on a
could absorb the budget cuts some other way." that have been cut at all other universities recent survey by the National Center for quarter-by-quarter contract and teach only
"At the moment, we have not" terminated travel budgets, long-distance phone calls and Educational Statistics indicated FAMU had one class. We have 18-20 right now" Lassiter
interim faculty. Bush said. consumption of supplies.She the highest percentage of female faculty (over said.
HOWEVER,FAU DOES NOT have a high 40 per cent) in the state university system.
percentage of women and minority workers in said she preferred not to give an Florida Technological University (FTU) in To combat the reduction in the summer
interim positions, as UF does. estimate of the number of positions to be left Orlando will handle its needed vacancies out session budget, Lassiter said, "Everybody in
unfilled until the legislature decides on the of turnover said John Goree, vice presidentfor administration that's qualified to teach
"Most of our women are associate budget for the university system but added if business affairs. maybe put in a summer quarter We don't
professors now." she'said. "They were hiredin any hiring is allowed\ next year, it will be know how many yet."
1971 as assistant professors and are now conducted according to affirmative action "TilE NUMBER OF vacancies left unfilled Lassiter is a former UF vice president for
associate professors." plan guidelines. this year plus attrition should be enough to academic affairs and was a faculty member in
FAU has 13.9 per cent women faculty Florida A&M University (FAMU) did not meet the cutback," Goree,said. the department of economics
members, but as Bush pointed out they are give any termination notices to interim "Of course our faculty and staff workloadhas
clustered at high ranks. faculty said Dr. ,Herb Reinhard. affirmative. increased," he said. John Haynie. executive assistant to the
action officer. president of the University of West Florida
However FAU has no black female faculty The tentative estimate of how many (UWF) and affirmative action officer said no
members even after two years of enforcing an "There have been none that I know of," positions will be left unfilled is 23, but Goree notices of non-renewal were given to any
affirmative action plan. Reinhard said. stressed this is only an estimate and won't be UWF faculty members.
DR. FREDDIE GROOMS, Florida State' HE ADDED FAMU'is totally committed to definite until the legislature decides on the "There's a possiblity we still might," he
University (FSU) affirmative action officer, affirmative action and any hirings next year budget. said. "This would mean the persons could not
said, "We're trying to ,avoid laying off would be recruited and considered accordingto The University North Florida expects the be terminated for this year, though since the
people.." affirmative action guidelines. only faculty cutbacks to come from "adjunct" notification deadline was March I 1."


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fliunday,March 171 x.11I'Papp'absurd .I





I religious- satire Tye1 ';f iPF


Review THE WORD gets a bit died
out long ago. In
BRIAN JONES Papp's future, the
By wordy, because
Papp is
Only an enfeebled
old
Editor "evening service" has becomethe
Alligator Layout essentially a satirical flunky, Curio and the flea- hole one's daily attempt at
monologue. But fantastic bitten Hoer of
Word has been passed Babylond conjugation with the hoer
The acting Dan
by Jesse, and
a remain to
provide Papp with
and
each is
day begun with
don from Papp to Papp to hilarious script to begin with, the immoral
he the ,
support
prayer "give us this day
Papp and now-after cen combine to keep the audience ,requires. "
is being passed downto in smiles our daily bird '
turies--it or better throughoutthe WITHIN THIS SIMPLE g
Gainesville's theatergoingpublic. play. framework pours forth the There is more to the plot--a 9
Set amid the ruins of the most fertile stream of twisted little more, anyway. When a
The Word so Papp says, future, the loose-knit and not- wordage heard around these human from, the "outside
begat God. It also begat an too-important plot revolves parts in aeons. Puns double world" stumbles through the
absurd religious satire'which 'around the efforts of the meaning and a thoroughgoing jungle and into the Vocationyou
is enjoyable despite a lack of Pope, whose name has been perversion of biblical ( figure that one out), the
real action and substantive bastardized to "Papp" parables combine to keep the audience gets relief from the
plot now being performed at through the passage of time dialogue dancing with bawdy sluggish flow of the play, .p, r ,. 6 rI
the Hippodrome Theatre. to resurrect a religion that surprises. which turns into a stagnant 4 .K.
1 pool by intermission.IT 4 xa


I 0 are we lucky man Mac blows IS MAC things who up;comes.don't. -'E;' : : +

ask why. Mac's only l hit "
redeeming quality is that he
likes stories, and since Papp
Lindsay Anderson, internationally known hasn't proven up to the task
lilm-maker, will appear at the University of producing a successor, Macis x
Auditorium at 8 p.m. Friday, sponsored by tapped into the Pappal line 3h
University College Student Council ,and J. of regression.At .
Wayne Reitz Union. \
seemingly arbitrary
Anderson directed "This Sporting Life" .. h i points through the play, lightsgo
starring Richard Harris "IF"* and "0, Lucky out and the most awful
Man" both starring Malcolm McDowell, and M most recently "In Celebration" starring Alan city dump moans from the ,players Dan Jesse and Marilyn Wallon
Bates. > ag Hippodrome's sound system,
representing (one can only a sports car. with the lightheartedly absurdAs
Anderson will present and discuss ex g 4 $ guess)the lamentations of the for the set the "ruins of message of the play.
cerpts from his films. religious followers that Papp the future" look surprisingly And what is that message?
"0. Lucky Man"was a three hour movie of doesn't have. similar to the ruins of today, you're the kind that likes,

such complexity' and weirdness that you but hard, times"have hit the jntriguingdiajoue.as! ; :much:..:.. .. .,
would have to see it to believe it. IN THIS PLAYthe Hippodrome, and one as fastmoving"action, and'arewilling r.:
theater's special effects- suspects an experiment in to forego the latter for
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Movie buffs will have a rare opportunity to which are usually powerfuland low-budget set design is the former, a trip to the
see and hear Lindsay Anderson provide an LINDSAY ANDERSON well executed-hang on to, underway. It doesn't matter, Hippodrome is in order. So
insight into his contemporary films. .contempory film director the play like a third bumper for the set fits in perfectly the Word can beget you, too.



'Lenny'Review buffs may be disappointed I



By adult life. However, for anybody who has journalist with a tape recorder) and dropping since "Midnight Cowboy's" Ratso. ,Equally
RICHARD BURKHOLDER followed the evolution of Bruce's popular their telling comments throughout the film laudable is Valerie Perrine ("Slaughterhouse-
"Lenny"can be a good film especially to acceptance, read the 'Albert Goldman and by including autobiographical club bits S')and her touching evocation of Honey, a girlso
the ,viewer who has but a tenuous understanding biography or even heard the "Lenny" from the latter days of his career director enamored of Bruce that she'll do about
of the Bruce phenomenon and a Broadway cast album this movie will probably Bob Fosse ("Cabaret") and editor Alan Heim anything to make him happy. "_
sketchy knowledge of the course of Bruce's register as a big disappointment. have provided, on the surface, a nicely- Also notable is the gripping,
I guess it's much the same as reading a balanced portrait of Lenny's maturing social monochromatic cinematography of Bruce
good, fairly involved novel like "Catch-22" commentary and disorganized lifestyle.But Surtees which lends a feeling of cloistered
when it's transferred to the screen those who for anyone familiar with Bruce's careeror smoky intimacy to the entire film.
know the book and then see the movie usuallyfeel the vagaries of his personal life then this
cheated of the subtitles that so enrichedand movie en tot most likely seem unsatisfying.
enlivened the original's execution. Afterall FOR EXAMPLE, Lenny's increasing '02Y +
how could a person 'even one as reliance upon drugs especially,during the
talented as Julian Barry, who also scripted the last few years of his life -,are inadequately'
"Lenny" Broadway play condense masses detailed by Fosse and Heim ,as to the influences "
of related material without somehow vitiatingthe dope had on both Lenny's comedyand
spirit of the original events? his off-stage existence. At least, my
THIS DOES NOT mean that "Lenny" isn't perception of the few glimpses afforded this
r well-constructed or well-conceived subject seemed to indicate little substantive 3
L cinematically (that is, within the span of two definition.
hours) it is.,"Lenny" treats Bruce's character I was also taken aback by the movie's
even-handedly it graphically details his rather unsettling treatment of Bruce's career
tangles,with the courts and it painstakingly rise-after his separation from Honey- out
attempts to capture the intriguing essences of of "toilet" nighteries into the more
his ill-fated marriage to Honey, his stripper sophisticated and better-paying bistros. The
photo by |lames cook movie makes it seem as though his ascendancy
1 Went to see Gamble ,Rogers again last wife.The utilization of extensive parallel cutting was a meteoric affair that touched few Jimmie Spheerls, Gainesville's
week at the Beef V Bottle, and I'm hippy to a technique whereby several different interim bases whereas in reality it took Bruce most returnable rock star will be at
say he's as good as I remembered him.Or character viewpoints and time continuumscan some years before he could command top pay the Great Southern Music Hall
better I didn't realize he was as !good Z a be spliced together to give a broader draws. .Saturday night for two shows at 8 and
guitar player as he is. interpretation of an event or ambience Such. 1 suppose. is the nature of literary 11 p.m..
For those of you who have never seen him. vigorously depicts for instance Lenny's cense Spheerls will have his full band in
Rogers is a guitarist, singer and songwriter of:' sexual gambolmgs,s'I itbJ-Igney.! ,! his deals to FORTUNATELY, "LennyV qualities of tow,. this time contrary- his last
"Southern Gothic art songs,*''*r'. "2J11d* ::'-', .landbetter"Club"bo6kmgJ/and toward the acting and cineroatdgraphy! save it from being(
law.. doomed its sketchiness.Bruce's ., appearance. < ",
with the collecting N
end'- his hassles By by own
Rogers
will ,
be at the Beef Bottle through
Tickets 4.50 for the early show
next and reminiscences of his business agents his ex- screen rofe is artfully etched by are ;
Monday.Saturday, except on Sunday wife and his mother (ostensibly the Dustin Hoffman who.,in this part gives whatI and $?::50 for the late show. : 1 Isle 1 of t
characters. were being interviewed ,by a I I consider to be his finest character portrayal l_ w. """ ,





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500 "kawosakl' excellent running
see anything quite like it again. The film, like the book, will appearance ell or trade for car pooluie 1 Female fr.nch Roommate Qtr Aptt wanted 5625 + for 1.3

stun end bewilder. But it will also exhilarate and intoxicate. preferable spats car. 3729435 ask for utilities Coll 373.91 S3 (b-5t-93-p)
dork (A3T95P
-Henry Miller, Big Sur, Calif. v
Depression Special. MINOLTA 30mm f3.5 -- ----
QQ AIlt .
"Brilliantly based on the Hesse novel and already solidly established Q Me:.Macro Rokkor,cote life. Kit adopter,

in the Annals of Cult." reverse ring $100 call Rich 378-1290 FREE
evening. (A.5T.95.P) ELECTRONIC ENGINE
Caen San Francisco Chronicle/
,
Toy Italian Greyhound puppiet WITHEACH
Purebred Pedigree II week.. shots [ ANALYSIS
LONELY ..prmed Pick of litter $33 call 376-0188 of TUNE-UP

MAX VON SYDOW DOMINIQUE SANCK in WIVES her 3 p m. wk. day (o.5t.94-p) ::- N. MAIN ST. PHONE 312->' 7Lt't'
Harmon kardon stereo queen waterbed
sloes, sewing machine $800 dinning
HERMANN table $30. full bed 25. bunk bed 50.
dishes .15 steam irons gar 3. chest
HESSE"o drawe cederchett $60. oil must go : '
warehouse full open all day go N 23
ants blvd to 2614 NE 18 ter 377.9833 ((0-51.94-' :
NHS Pj)

CALCULATOR 4 function. Memory, 233 W. Uni. Ave. 377-3013
square,squarer root,recepricol, percent, .
P.myIR SWINGING used one quarter only $50.00 373.2814o PRESENTS
Oa IXI8vVSTESA WIVES ( .5t-96-p)
.uN The Original Tap Dancing Kid
Custom; AM-fM multiplex stereo
7:30: & 9:45: 7 P.M.s receiver, track tape player, speaker
$90. tapes for tale, mostly' hard rock
JIMMY SPHEERISand
377.7982 (o.4t-96-p)

Ttje G reat M sk 4 1 FREEI All white male col, 1 year old,
tpode rabies,distemper that all given
must give CALL 377-6942(10-3t.96-
away
233 W. Univ. ve. 377-301 Pjwaterbeds) HIS FULL BAND

For Sol. Complete Includes
liner frame and podt Call 378-8904
after 6 pm or come by Hawaiian.Village Saturday March 8
50c RUM & COKE 50c opt 340 (o-4t-96-p) ,

Stereo components at big discount to
students and staff Right now extra low 8 p.m. $4.50 Advanced

prices on turntables, speaker, receiver' ,
cartridges ft tape deck All equipment U p.m.' $5.50 Advanced
i I' new and fully warranted Quantities

Cinema KUTAl rAKK. limited Call John 378-9192 (o-5t-96-p) TICKETS! AT: Rebel Discount (both), Box Office ((11- 6))
FOR SALE 1956 Lei Paul good shape Tom ,
o 3.01J-s..0 Collins 904-234-2543 no collect Call
contact between 3 and 7 PM limited
5:4s-S:50 --- Info. call Pam 392.7824 (o-5t-96-p)
.y 7i55 IO:00 7,00:00 ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
Men 3 pd bike used fair condition $15
ask for art 392-4141 (2t96-p)
... eMIr
Rafferty dourJeYGold Raleigh 10 spd modified for training HElDOVfR''
$300 mamiya Sekor 35mm SIR $90 (a.St. e 1
the 96-p)
and err w W.1It r

Gold Dust BackLAST FOR RENT f/l1J ...."

BEATvTHE HOUSING SHORTAGF'II! '"'
Now I la the time to Mart looking for that i1iI1NEY s..Elc, 1>_
tozy I :
: Ideal home for spring or fall qtr. We o 'JJ : '
I have many listings avail for then a I > ..
I small.deposit can hold It for you. Call -
today 3776993Female s O o p


LAST DAY DAY meadow roommate opt*. $66.00 wonted.plus 'A utilities wind- IIIII'IIO!! 7:00: 9:20: .

per month available spring quarter call SAT t SUN 2:00 4:30 7:00 ':20
: 373-1010 or 3731037. ((b-5t!.96-p)

I fro Quarter Apt. t or 2 female roomates
I needed Poolside available for Spring
r quarter 5625 a piece,!/'.utilities. Call M.11 Cile.r

OLD IE GOLD I EIGHTS .378-5853 ((b-5t: .96-py ,r.
[.2. edroqr'l.2. both, thpg. carper,;dish-. I.
r 1. oth.rstelL'efsaniYen'nlee'optitolep ;> ", ; )
-t jln.'IO.l lAvail1. t r.\'I\ pYfK: plr,37a.:
'k" fM; I.'jj'1I.II'ii"l\ : \ ; t
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436.7678 Fwhishsd'''ea'p.t"boob'dllbwoshey -,. ,
cnytlmi 96-pr. l' i1 i

:for
'I,, $75 Efficiency USpkradQ3t7ra7..6992
'2. ,2 bdr Walk to comput 376992rf17a
5 No l legs aMv depot/tl/

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,. V t OWN BEDROOM AVAI1ABIE $90,v, 1368 #' r
utilities Village Apt* townhouse, /furnished -
two bath call Debbie after >*
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Th. lnd.p.nd.nf Florida Alligator,Thureday,March A. 1975.Poa. 13 4

1PLASS'lFiED' 2ee

PA/P. n :'Tra.'rLfJt'i* G'r'w1! '"'"'f,1v.
The Royal Paflc Cinema: is proud


to announce the opening tomorrowof


FOR RENT FOR RENT 2 beautiful new auditoriumsin
FOR
RENT
I completely furnished \ or 2 roomates '10..50 .
spacious
or 52 25
village mall. Now there
2br our will be
house
directly behind ncrmanIII unfurn duck
Broom opt pork 110 1.3 or 1-2 utilities, Judy 373- pond area central
,Available. mar 15 call 373-8064 or 6092 5 30 lo 9 30 poolside available heat t air fireplace. w-wcorpet, large
8-0134 evenings (b-7t-91-p) now (B5T95P) Mchen, off street parking large yard, 4 theatres to serve you.

..n comfortable bedroom In large sublet private room at la moncha pool, I-J nol.osehl&losl.617n.6SI6pm (B5T95.
leosonlJiouse len block from law iv. maid service, outdoor grills, fUf.
Ihool, openmmded person preferred nished, available end of march, 90 one bedroom opp ,new appliances
,mth 213 nw 34 Ten 373-9382 (b-St- month 372.6858 keep trying (iB.3T.95 per.P)> one Coll block 373.9942 from campus 1934 NW lit Av
(
b2t96.p)
Wanted: coed to sublet, $145 for entire roommate A movie for everyone who
wanted for
'
I MALE roommote Village Park com spring quarter, 00(, pool, dishwasher, 3 spring quart. own ; <
triable own room pool oc-heal close lo great roommates, come by landmark call room 378-1770 and balhrm 75 per mo plus elec Cinema p 1 has ever dreamedof
input 92.50 + 1* utilities no deposit No. 9 or call 373.9397 (B.3T.95.P)> .96.p) Female Vucayo Apts (b5l '
J73J941 (b5t93p) __ Close
to
Female second
male 10 shore huge ,room Wind- sublet Village campus pork needed to 2 Private Rooms Avail 4 BR Apt less a
f, qlr $80 mo. + opt Only $5225 o than '/, mile| from Campus laManc IN THE
eodows luxury opt spr mo. + /. utilities. Great
I.3 ulil coble color TV call 373-7797 best great pool. Coil 3780589.roomotes. No. 56 Ar, pool color TV, Full Kitchen chance.
b 3t 93 MALL
Call
[to 4pm. 051-93-p) ( pi) any hour, Ken or' Tony 373-0156 (b-
female roommate: Own 5l96p) ,
large room 2. Jr
J females to share room-2 br, furs aptlounlry wide trailer in 3:15 ,
Gardens Close lo Med Center Costlegate Neal & Female roommate wanted for Spring .k.
\75 Co" 377-7854 (b-51.93-pl) serious std prefd Alter 6 call 378.0134. quarter at Brandywme Apts 67.95 + '/. 5:30
mo. .
BSmih'iutils"
(BBT95P
) utilities' 2 bdr 2 bits pool sauna call 377. 7:45 .
[*ed female lo sublet spring qtr 2 bdrm 8065 (b.21.96-p)
spl SO 63 mo + 2500 security/. utilities Female Roomale own room fenced yard 10:00 ELLEN BURN
m lody 373-6966 or landmark 175 (b-5/- pets NE house B3.33.mo < 13 ull 373. WANTEDroommate
Mp'' 9260 (B4T95P) -
wanted own room in KRIS KRISTOFFERSON AUCEDOESNT
townhouse 2 blocks from campus $80 ,IN
mo. + '/ utl color tv carpet 2 both
= immediate. occupancy ph 372-1360 I ((. UVE HEREANYMORE
\\\l Ct 5t 93 p)

Wonted: Female/ roommate:serious
student' ", non.cigarette smoker 158 mo.
+ ". utilities toll// 377.8746 landmark
PresentsI1DIXIEDRIVE
Aprs. No. 98. (c-Sr.93.p) _

GOlD t SILVER Top prices paid for c' ATL1IIH1AUYLNTIRWNiNUONJNIT
i j rings, old Jewelry, etc confidential ct.,
Oriie 373-3119.c.50-53-c) ( ) l.:

Female, studious, to shore 2 bdrm opt,. !"
Quiet complex Comelot $100.00
month thru August plus Vt utilities Vinctnt Cinby,New York Times
Student 377-0972 Mornings (c-7t92p)

1LJFRESHMAN Female roommate' wanted Spring qtr "Movie magic!
Regency Oaks $59 + 1.5 utilities Own

.. 92 Room.p) i Call 373-5606 after 6 pm. (c-5t entertainingevening The most:


Roommate Needed to hare bedroomfor IN THE "Great and gloriousentertainment of
spring quarter in Etrandywlne Apts !
Call 378.9054 5t' 94 MALL "
(e- -p) the year!

Roommate wanted, female, Bran- 2:00 Definitely not -CBS.TV'
dywine, share bedroom, $67.95 + Vt
utilities' Coll 378.8293 anytime (c-3t-94- 4:30 to bemissed

RECORDS P) 7:00 !"
3 Grad students need roommate Own
9:30 -Aaron Schlndler,
room in great house Music plants
fireplace, yard Friendship $88.00 mo. Family Circle
HAVE ARRIVED share util. Near Mall 373-3734 (c-4t94p PWIWd'PaIRS ClJllllATOII ASmATOI WITIt IW ClIO PRESENTS

) I pN ENA8OIIRNE:.RDWIIImJIII PImtTOI( .
Female' rmmte wanted spr qlr. grad or MOM 0 Id.1It5
studious undergrad own room pvt bath
bike to campus. $80 + \H util., 376-1295 '
"mum tN UK MMNT DVHESTMARK -
(c-5t 94-p)
Available. IFC office. small lot or backyard for small camper il.
electric hookup country preffered 377.
322 J.W. Reitz Union 4743 student (c-4t.93-p) LUSTER'S

mellow roommate spring quarter,
duplex. 53.33 a month plus 1.3 ull good
Mon-Fri 9-5 people. n.w. 45th ave 3779562. Tom or
Paul (c-5t-93-p)

"Roommate wanted starting spring
quarter $56.25 mo plus third "''II.
frederick gardens opt Call 378.7435 (C-
3T.95-P)) Aw

Female roommate.Summit House opts>
$1.25 TILL 2:30 PJM. EXCEPT SUNDAY own room, close to med c.nler.596 mo.
PLAZAO I I IN i 'r utiM.es. call 373.5824 (C-ST-95-P)

Wonted female roomato, own room in
w nth STREET sit! LAST "THE STEPFORD WIVES" mobile. home $50 plus one-third ut. ..e P9t iiwR
| Mrd OUUVAKO I DAY I 1:55 J.5S 5:55 7:50: ':SOS Must'like pels' Call Peggy or Julie" at 373- 2:00
V269 (C.2T.95.P)

tIdd TItuwcow Studious responsible fern roommate for 4:00
Spr qtr Own room in trailer $70 moo i 6:00
''I ulil Coll 378 1092 or 372.2195 Ask for
2:104:15.6:0S5:009:50 Janice IC5T95P) 8:00

wonted 2 roommates for spr qt 3 br 2 10:00
Back in 1957 W W lived ba bath$71.67 per month + 1.3 util I room
avail now, other at end of qlr call 373-
'55 Olds,loved bubble gum,country 7904 after 6 pm (c.SI.96-p)

music robbing Filling stations Roommate, easy going person for a
,
beautiful furnished two bedroom house.
and a girl named Dixie. Coll 378.7660 around 6 pm Rent $112 +
security must be here thru summer
f quarter (c-2t.96.p)

I or 2 persons to rent 1 bdr in spacious
HURTRXTNOLDS opt $95 mo, share ulil call Sue after 5. ti arsp. ,.e
377.9896 or Karen 3764458 bike to
heat (c-7l.96. )
campus pool all p ** fV
4"
tl?
Roommate Trade male to move out
W
.&IID Female pref or male 10 move into 1 firs HISTORICAL. ITS HYSTERIC4LI
Bdrm Furn $75 mo 't ulil' Come by 962
T.D DIZIII SW 16th Ave or call 392-9225 (c.2t.96-p)

DANCHINGS.CONNY HELP WANTED '"

VAN DYKE go Want to make more $$$. Call 372.0514e Itwasatimefor

JERRY REED NED'BEA TTY ? ( .5i.94.p) ".

DON WILLIAMS MEL TILLIS Art Art.Ed,Female,over 21 with auto fat :
Port.time art lettering Job 3 afternoonsper fun until
ART C--NIIT week. Apply at 1226 B, S Main Sil .
l..51.92.c) ; .

COMING Ma BROOKS' I that shattered

PLAZA 6 SOON I "YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN'Ilik

Ilik STREET end33rd THERrS MORE 3:30 l'
BOUitVA HELD OVER I 2nd BIO WEEK ..."' TO SEE WITHCA8UTV .5:30 :'. ..:'

1:55 3:55 5:55 7:50: 9:50ART ., 7:30
Sunday

fIIa.NOMINEE-.EST ACTOR 9:30 '_, ,

For his gr.of eom.dy role In ""'feM- '
t TV Clunntls. A wt.tnerchannel. in the
UPI News, New York -, j; : i
'J.
"HARRY "
$tockE h.ng.,7FMit''Ion.on.iii. ,
and 4* ,
TV Channels and it fM t.l. '''f
.
the FM band.UNIVERSITY .t,. "' /
stations on ,
--. .'( ." t '\..
.r311IO" [!!J CITY : ., ":' 1'1'
TELEVISION CASH ca INC .
!
.f .
122 N.MAIN ST. .A QUIET tm.E '\ ,:.':s.. .,.>>' :
.. FOR AN EXPLOSIVE MOVIE


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HELP WANTEDSalespersons PERSONALif SERVICES

call 376-4446 Have 7 openings for you are pregnant and need help, we Quality leotherwork never wears out -
'j: outside printing sales previous sales or core. Call Birthright. 3774947frt93(| -p) It always wean in. Al MoSanDu we
knowledge of print preferred Must have specialize In custom leoiherwor -
cor great commissions Call 378-7614 (e- LOST FOUND purses, belts, coots, jackets, sandals

I!:! LEWISJewelryCompany NEED GASH! 51.92-eL) 5 mo old male bird dog, 35 Ibt, grayish travel bag. If It con be mod of MoSonDu leather,,
we can make It to suit you.
with block
brown
STUDENT Earn while you learn Portlme speckles eyebrow,
Ave. I0am-6pm Alachufl County
: contact: work affords extra Income. for lost In vicinity of NW\ 45 Ave, Kilo 1 1131 W. University open
CLASS RINGS s interview coil 372-2466 or 378-8160(.. Reward Call 378-3652 372-6862. (lSt96Dj Monday thru Saturday by oppointmenlSundays
) t evenings, 373-7470. (f I.I(-174.- !
eneratorServlceAlternatorStarter
DIAMONDSWATCH > 7t-vo-p) _._
lOll key ring med center wed. Feb. 28 Europe Israel Africa Asia travel( :
.. REPAIRS s r AUTOS afternoon reward oik for art 392-4141(I- discounts year round student air travel i $-

200 W. University' Ave 1 tI 1973 Mazda)(-2 4 dr! w.air low mileage 2t-96-p)_ Inc 4228 first ove tucker ga. 30084) (<<14)) I

373-4106 only $2395 with $295 down see at Car Lost: I man's Rolex watch, blue face. 9344660 (m-25t-M-p) -G ene rotors-
City 3506 No. Main 377-7521 HUMMMM.MI Lost near the Plaza large reward Call S.
Ii5mi5wIumwfiINrLm111 mm1lk LIiwNI IMWw ) (g-fr.94nc) William Night 3772442. Day 376-0563 BEER Foreign CarService

1968 whit. block ft (l-5t.92-p) _
TYPEWRITERPIIORLEMS !sale cougar top ON
cylinder bucket seats runs well f.w FOUND LADY'S SILVER WATCH BY SUNDAY
repairs needed Take as is 350.00 call UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM CALl 392-7516
? Jon 377.6882 after 5 keep trying (G.5T. (l-5t-92-nc) NUBBY'S TACKLE BOX Ph. 378-4011

95-P) REWARD1! lost a mans Omega watch-
8th Ave.
508 N.W.
0 \\ We've got all the answers 1965 Chrysler p.s a-c Interior and body ,in block leather bond by handball court 1 1BI. South at Light
_
A, good shape Needs minor work Best Call SUlOn'at 377-6973 or 3739974.: Newberry, Fla
Sales*Service offer Call Joy betwe.n 6-10 pm 377. Keep trying!1 1 ((1-2T-95-P)

8171 (G2T95P) lost-male Irish setter march I near ne
Supplies-leas.
16th ave 4 8th st answers to edison chain
PERSONALSki collar 377-5607 reword (l-4T-95-P)_

:ASSOCIATED: spring break at snowbird, Utah rent found wristwatch' by hum. hall 3-2 tollken
'IHSIM-SS SISTERS furn studio w maid, kitchen at base of prestwich day 392-1107 night 373-
: lifts, sleep 4 sauna pool $250. Call 3733OA9 3202 leave message. ((1-5T-95-NC)
373-3359 eve. for ,info (-5t-92-p| ) LUNCH11AM3PM DINNER
724 N. Main
BUDDY-BOY: : Coll "ME" Mar 6 4 or 8 SERVICESThe All DAY
+ IHHIHIIIIIIBIlHHHHHIHIIHIIHIHIi13Si1tItB
',. pm 376.93795t92.p(( ) Plant Doctor makes house calls.

I FREE healthy happy puppies. all colors 6 Specializing In vegetable gardens 376- FOR FOR'

xMi//xx rt- weeks old call evenings Mike, A Cathy 5192 (m.5t-92.p)_
\ : 373-9300 Enjoy an animal this spring! ((I.At9"p j- typing IBM correcting telectrlc II. Call 89G $1.39
--::: :: ) Mary after 4, (m-6t-92-p)

I '11C.Rena -- Herpes Sufferers: Needed for clinical FRENCH, SPANISH ITALIAN tutoring ( 10% STUDENT] DISCOUNT
pnming. Investigation males and couples with a translating, reg. ft technical. Experienced
history of herpesvlrus Infection (cold BA. ,in French $"$ hour.
otlers sores)of the penis or vaginal vault. Free Call 377-4877 (m-5t-97-p)_
OFFSET PRINTING '- consultation will be provided for rVofessional dog obedience classes Is OPEN DAILY 11AM-MIDNIGHT

FAST ready copy recurrent Infection If you desire additional now being offered 2 mo. course, $30. 1805 SW 13 ST' V.wf>". .... ..' ."*...
f Irons any tamer" 14'I / Info call Division of Urology begins March 10 from 8-9 pm at army Cltlck rlUNLIMITED
39225115t94p(| ) reserve, ne 8th ove 373-1059 keep Chicken

r 20O COpeS Gay Community Service Center meeting trying (m-lOt-91-p) UNLIMITED,. .377-0901 / nwh .rwr xx.U )
Thursday 7 pm 107 NW 15th Tr. Scuba Classes starting Feb. 26th. Wreck I nwh w.wr w
I $3.95 Presentation on female Impersonation Dive March 9th. Sales Service Rentals.
lA IU. Wi'Or Coil 372-1881 for Info. (|-3t-94-p) Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild Kingdom.T.V. .
............
; Term Papers! Canada's largest Service.For .) Aliens Aquatic A Trail Center Inc. r.
i 1000, copte.- catalogue send$2 to: Essay Services, 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (mfr6) Independent Florida Alligator
( 57 Spadina AvenOe. Suit. 208, Toronto, Typing Any material. IBM carbon ribbon
I It tar $9.95. Ont. Canada Also, campus representatives Selectric. 75-page double spaced. Call
most DrlersSt ( required. Please write. (|-35t-70- 373-5572 (M-8T-95-P)_ CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN

-. d av .eNlfr.'O t\ -- -tH) Applications, passports, -4. .resumes I
1 I Sair CIS \low CIS COED's facial' hair removed per photos ,ready in 24 hours. Mon.Thurs.
tOpiCS : manently.. Call Edmund Dwyer Coll Ro-Mo 376-7657 (M-4T-95-C)
UnNtnitt .1 1 electrologist' over :20 years experience HOLLOW HORSE FARM OASSIflCATIONs
SLEEPY riding
\32 W. X7436 ',' tllk Coo' 372.8039 (J-FR-61-Cr _t&AMMITS academy I boarding stables. 3 Pif
f '
I'ft 'ARRIVED FRONT LONDON Professional huntseot instruction lighted
Re1181SS1DD
I :
t"e II NOW OPEN Specializing In English haircutting ring ft trails. Also the finest In boarding. : i"
blow waving for the In look 373-1059 (m.lOr-91-p) I.--,
unisex. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W go
I.D. PHOTOS
Univ. Ave 377-2643 (-Mt-53-p| ) )C
passports, resumes, and applications ..:. I
,. Gainesville's largest Indoor natural sytle portraits. 377-0797 camera I
FLEA MARKET work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20l- ptnonallott 'Q.II' .

Every Fri.-Sot.-Sunday 91-p)___ i A found -
40 lockable
Booths If interested in baby lining ? Need'' s.lvkes
co-op _
r $4 Doyly, 1st Weekend Fr.. when you
medical referral? Call us for any
stay a month. Reserve yours now. questions. The Married Student Service I II
1201 E. University Ave 378-3431 (J-8T- Center 377-8IM Im-It-80-rho\ -

Don't throw / 90-P) HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS DAn TO RUNt r I
Poncho's, Backpacks, Pocks W-fromes, BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
I Tents Rugby Shirts. Troll Shoes, White ABIHTYSTUDYINGMErVORYATHLETICSlearn \ day
Stag Speedo Bathing Suits. Join Univ self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald G. 12 'e I
this Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic & Trail
I '
Ron-Certifid AAEH ( )
m.4a-86.p
Center. 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 ((-fr-12- 1 3 days 10 p.rc.ntI I
c) EXPERIENCED TYPIST! ,Fost.dependableRates 4 cloys discount
negotiable Term papers, resumestc i"
J'I' Wedding Invitations $11.40 per 100 Coll Phyllis 372-6767 Im.s -91- ) 5 days or more :: I
newspaperon business cords $995, rubber stamns
Reserved Parking off street, 2 blocks 20 porctnt discount -
magnetic signs, offset printing. Cliff Hal i I
Printing 1103 N. Main (J-FB-58-C) from campus. $10. per month 109 N.W.

the SUMMER IN EUROPE Unl-Trovel' 20 St. 372-O456 (m-3t-94-p)_ I this form may be used to 1 1I I

ground.. Charters at less than Vi reg. economy Basic Scuba Course Advanced ploc. claesifled ode ellUr In _
fore. 65 days advance payment registration for spring quarter April 6. All person or by moll. 1M Ii
required US Gov't approved TWAPonAm.Transavia707's. equipment provided Including mask, minimum charge It $1.25 for ZlI I
Call toll free 1-800- fins, snorkel, BC. full wetsuit, tank,
four line.
For eoch
325.4867.131.86p(! ) regulator, all air, textbook and International additional
certification. Absolutely no line,odd 33 cent*. Multiply* I
study in holland, ..", 75-june( 76 for full total the I
number
extras Cost $35 Call Scuba Dynamics by of days the
UF credit, fla. abroad at Utrecht I
year 373-5069 (m.9t-94-p)_ ad I it to run and subtract the .-
Give it program definitely alive and well '
tosomebody. attend info session wed. Mar,5, 8:30pm Dive, the Dry.Tortugas for spring break I discount' In* discount' It '
JWRU Rooms 122-123 additional Transportation by seaplane from Key applicable only. for consecutive
details' 392-1625 (m-3i93c, ) West Survival diving trip for five days .,
Singles cruise 3 days 2 miss to Noisou includes full scuba equipment. Comp at
4 historical Fort Jefferson. $11500 for
: "; on March 21. Includes cabin entertainment Iln..rtlon. NO MFUNDSIAcceptonce I
certified diver or 150.00 for non I-
etc. $59 4 lax For information -
... certified and trip Includes full cer N
.'. toll Ellen 377-7282 (J-2T-95-P) tification. Coll Scuba Dynamics 373-5069 oi payment with ..... 8" ;!
; Wont to know what you con do with" your ((m.9t-94-p) I adverting copy doe not
}:!
? ::I
,' I'SY degree Interested students &
: .- < WIRED FOR SIGHT contHluto a binding. ogre mentAHIgotor --
faculty ore invited to hear Dr. Shirkey ofF
T.U. speak on industrial psychology. "THe eyeglass Super Mart" I on the "Ind os.d.e$ ..."... -

I 101 little.!f."'. Mor. 5
wonted three passengers 'to fly to (( -C) __ The Independent florid Q
I tnonville for the weekend cost 65 roundtrip Anifotor reserves the right to 'V.
Leave tu evening return Sunday ''onely? been feeling down lately 3rd tlrawiings oct ot ale judge on the 2.
Newspapers are good to read. They look terrible evening phone 373-2763 IJ-2T-95-P) >. stud service is here! no order suitability of any and oil( ooverHtlng -
too big to !fill. w* hove,the sue to fit your o II
blowing across campus. We make the Alligatorfor Norton T.Smith Is a pseudonym I used It "eed. IM.5T-95-P) copy submitted for _
wasn't anybody in particular. I am publication and the i
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PAUL SIRMONS In the past 45 years, Julian Ayers has only at UF.. l4 lyd Y ;rM1
Alligator Sports WriterIf missed one Gator home football game. In "'Sarge/ his friends call him became a

addition, he's only missed a few home Gator sports fan in his ROTC days way backin
the University of Florida were to give out basketball games itt the past 25 years, and 1929. rAr
an award for the 'Most Faithful Gator Fan; he's only missed one Florida Relay track meet Yes 1929.
Julian F. Ayers would have to be considered since they began in. 1946. The year a Quaker named Herbert Hoover
candidate No. 1 1. THAT MAKES him almost an institution became the 31st president of the United

States.
THE YEAR that America stepped into the

Great Depression.And 1
the year that the University of Florida, i
with 2,200 all male students,was experiencingthe i'T'
growing pains of a football team.
It
crisp.
ASK HIM about football. photo,by chip hires

He'll toss out names like Dave Van Sickle, JULIAN 'SARGE1 AYERS

Dashwood Hicks, Muddy Waters, Fergie football
missed
.. only one game
Ferguson, Tiger Mayberry, Toady Perryandmore
recent ones like J. Pappa Hall Charlie mother when he was only eight. He never got
LaParre, Haywood Sullivan, and a quar the chance to go to school, and decided that
terback named Doug Dickey.He the military was the only opportunity
remembers all right. available to him.
AT AGE 75, he lives with his wife in a He joined the Army in 1918, but only after
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h quaint home tucked away in'a quietpeaceful some difficulties. "I tried to enlist before I

part of northwest Gainesville. With mementosand was 18," said Ayers, "but they wouldn't let
ii memories of days past scattered around me in because I was too young and because I
the house, Sarge keeps his life active. His was underweight. On the day I joined in
hbbby is flowers and plants, witnessed by a 1918, 1 ate a dozen bananas and drank a

beautifully-manicured yard accented with quart of milk .just to make the weight
lilies, dogwood and loquat trees. requirements."
But ,the life of this Gator fan has not been Somewhere along the line Ayers was introduced

easy. to motorcycling he loved it.
photo by chip hir** Nor has it been boring.

GATORS' NUMBER ONE FAN TENDS TO GARDEN BORN MARCH 6, 1900. exactly 75 years

.ate 12 bananas and drank quart of milk! to make Army weight requirement ago,today-his father died at age three, his (See t 'Sarge' page 20)

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BOGGY CREEK CAMPGROUND I By MARK JOHNSON IN WEDNESDAY'S game allowed only one run to score
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA : Alligator Sport WriterIt at Perry Field freshman in earning the sayeeYESTERDAY
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The miracle came in the freshman lefty Eric Miller tremendous center field
ORANGE BLOSSOM BLUEGRASS WITH FIDDLIN' CHUBBY form of a five run ninth suffered control problems and triple to score one run. and
MIKE JOHNSON AND THE SOUNDS OF BLUEGRASS ANTHONY inning rally capped off by was bombed for seven runs on later scored for another to
,, SUNNY BLUEGRASS Jim Joiner's three-run homer only three hits in the fourth build the lead to 3-0 in the
THE WEBB FAMILY over the right field fence as inning. Errors by shortstop second inning.A .
CIDER FLATS the Gators rose from the deadto Roger Holt and first baseman two-base error on pitcher
AMERICAN BLUEGRASS EXPRESS win their first game of the J.B. Caldwell allowed three of Dan Davenport.the fourth St.
BLUEGRASS PARTNERSand season at St. Leo. the runs to score unearned. Leo error of the game,
many others Sophomore Ron Dobbins allowed Jim Shulock to score
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Rassell's left field double gave appearances this season:
the team life with nobody out. Baker kept the St. Leo batterson
Third baseman David edge by mixing his fastball
Bowden then doubled home and slider allowing just live
Why should ,the two runners and dy.nceclto _hit?,,and,,.three.t ..'waK|) $., and
third on catcher Jin i retiring eight consecutive
Shulock's single to set up batters at one point.
Joiner's space shot. "We needed a good nine
St. Leo threatened when inning performance by one
yon buy from their first two batters walkedin man today," Baker said but
the bottom of the inning he gave credit to his team
JIMMIE JOINER but senior John Chappell mates as well.
homer gains 1st win replaced Dobbins and "When you're not gettingthe
strikeouts (only three for
AlligatorAdvertisers the game), you know they're
doing a good job behind you.."

Lady Gator" ,he said.
THE DEFENSE,which has
been plagued by errors all
? 'j' season, made four miscues on
netters host Tuesday and two more
yesterday.The .
offense however
.. lashed out 12 hits on, Wed-

First of all, they're interested in your business or they Alma College nesday production and of equaled the previous the run

wouldn't be advertising in the Alligator. tour games combined.
Head coach Dave Fuller
The UF women's tennis Florida will invade the varsity pointed to the "J>sycholo icaladvantage"
team will play its first home courts on Friday at 12:30 to of platooningseven
Second, The. Independent Florida Alligator is supported match of the season today at .lace the Lady Gator netters. left-handed hitters
almost entirely by its advertising. As long as our I 11:30: :l.non the varsity They'll play rival Florida against St. Leo's right-handed
pitcher in aiding the Gators'attack
,
courts. State on Saturday at noon
advertisers support us we can continue to ,be a free The Lady Gators. who own also on the home courts. yesterday."In .
distribution Our advertiserswill a'2-2 season record will face the final analysis t
newspaper on campus. Alma College. think if we can, go out there
continue to support us as long J as you continue, to COACH SUE WHIDDONwas and get" some runs we'll be all
unsure of the competition ..right Fuller said.
support them. but noted that the The Gators' next games are
gals/ number one, seed. Judy Friday and Saturday at Perry
Acker will be back in the Field against the Miami
So don't buy what you don't need and don't, pay lineup. Hurricanes runners up in last
'., Acker has missed most of year's college World Series.
more than you should, BUT, all other things being. the season because of leg

equal advertisers. "'1' injuries and without her IntramuralsDeadline
shop. with Alligator services last weekend the

team could manage\ only a for signing for
Patronize th'p ople who patronize us. %. '*,.< third place in.the FSU Invitational Sorority Softball for Spring up

.. .. ., > I Quarter is March 12. Games
-" ,\ t: "With Judy able to play, begin the first week of classes
our entire lineup will be The University Doubles
The Florida Alligator strengthened. My hope is that Tennis Tournament begins
Independent we will get ,back on the Friday at 5 p.m. Schedules
winning track. 'I'm sure we may be picked up in the IM
will." summed up Whiddon. JUDY ACKER office 229-.Florida Gym 392.
We can make it together. i 'I 1 he University of South. ,. .returns,after'layoff. 0581.. .

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I By KEITH CANNON had to strain to see the No. berous oohs and aahs from
Alligator Sorts Writer 3,4,5, and 6 singles matcheson the home crowd.RICHARDSON.
the far courts; which set up AND Diaz
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UF tennis squad down taineers.IN and Richardson came out
Appalachian State (ASU) 6.3 THE short space of an with a 6-3. 5.7, 7-6 win. The .. .. .. '
Tuesday hour Coach Bill Potter's slightly-built Mountaineerace
That doesn't mean the squad mounted a 4-0 lead. overwhelmed Diaz in the *
Gators 'played to empty John Kunnen beat Jasper first set, but UF'.s top playerwon "Ever wonder what you could :
stands-there was a sizeable, Cooper of ASU 6-2. 6-4 Chap the second set. "
\ enthusiastic crowd. But they Brown defeated Davis Babb Diaz looked ready to make do with a PSY Degree? *
7-6.6-2; Mike Borking took a the deciding set an easy one;
No. 5 singles victory over he took a 4.2 lead, but PSI CHI presents *'
Graham Hatcher 6-2.6-2 and Richardson came back to tie
4, riayRk. Jim Oescher whipped Randy the set 55. Richardson took DR.SHIRKEYfromFTUspeaking *
Bernard 6.2 61. the next game.In .
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The Gators are now 4-0 on the match 7-6, 7.6.t. Geraghty. FPUPS !
season. Pressly played along the net
As expected, the visitors aggressively and twice came i .MIXED 1 BREED: i PUPS WITH SHOTS 1 AND 1 WORMED 1
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No.1-and No.2 singles. ASU's tiebreaker games by only one All ColorsShapes
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( page 18) Gator fans. "That was the year," said'Ayers TERRARIUM; SAND 39Hb.
"that Haywood Sullivan was supposed to be
IN FACT, he holds the unique claim of one of our best quarterbacks. But in the $;l
being the first person to ride a motorcycleacross summer before the season started he signed a
the United States a feat he performedin pro baseball contract, making him ineligibleto
1922 during a 90-day furlough. play football. Well,an obscure quarterback. 'Ik
"That was an experience." Ayers said. "On named Doug Dickey took his place and J led
good roads. I could go about 60 miles per the Gators to their first bowl game ever, the
hour, but 1 had trouble out West. There Gator Bowl in Jacksonville."
v aren't any highways out in Oregon."It "Now,as far as I know Dickey never threwa EXPERT ALL BREED 1 DOG & CAT GROOMING
got so bad 1 went 100 miles in second pass during the regular season not one.:But
gear. And the most frequent question I got in the bowl game against Baylor, he tossed a I4lIi NEW-BERRY I : ; ;: ROAD 378-0714: : I
from people in Idaho was. "What holds,it up pass to J. Pappa Hall that won the game, 14- ,
when you ride it?" They just couldn't make 13."
out what a motorbike was." "And Dickey's the only Gator head coach"
Finally in 1929, Ayers was transferred to he adds, "that ever graduated- from the Got the Morning Munchies?
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Gator Country. University of Florida. '
"THAT'S WHEN I started being a Gator AYERS HAS seen many an interesting
man," he says proudly. game'in his 45 years of Gator football. Get the cureBREAKFAST
What was,Gator football like back then? "Back in '54 1 remember when a drunk
"Well first, there was no Florida Field" student climbed up the light towers and did SPECIAL
Sarge explained. "The Fi htin' Gators playedat acrobatics. Everyone thought he would fall.
Fleming Field and the football players had The event was radioed all over the country.
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to carry in removable stands for each game. 'We were playing Georgia Tech then and the
The field was marked off like they might now. players couldn't play with this guy dangling 'SAM 11AM -
for an intramural game, and the cost to see'a above them. So some guards climbed the light
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game was SI 1 a carload. There were no pole and chloroformed him and left him up
scholarships. The players did odd jobs around there until the game. was over." Ham Sausage or Bacon '
campus for 25 cents an hour." Sarge is known by practically everyone )'Ott. Two.Eggs, Grits or Hash Browns *" :,. ,
.
WHEN Franklin Roosevelt's WPA was might find on a football sideline where he has Toast or Biscuits and Coffee '. ; .
instituted in 1932. Ayers had 100 men under watched the games from for 45 years. The '
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him digging clay out of Florida Field and players know him.the coaches know him and '

)growing bermuda grass on it. the cheerleaders affectionately call'him Paw- REG. 55 .
"FDR's program said that all work was to Paw. ("I guess pn account of my age and grey $1 1 '.. '> ,
be done by manpower-nothing by machine so hair" he adds with a chuckle.) ./v* :::
people would have jobs."he said. "So for'one "I'VE BEEN tackled four times on the "I'
f dollar a day those men dug out the football sidelines over the years:' Ayers said "but the : ." "
t field where it stands now. All Florida Field only time 1 got hurt was during Homecoming. NOW ,
was done by pick and shovel. 1970. I was hit by Jack Youngblood and two $ 25"Good
"I'hc first game played on Florida field was Auburn players. They put me on crutches for i.
in 1932 against Alabama. Alabama not only three weeks."
beat us. but went on that year to the Sugar Still. Ayers didn't miss a home football
Bowl." Interesting enough. Ayers recalls a game until the last game of 1973 against FSU
.j player for Alabama then by the name of Bear when he was in the hospital for a cancer

Bryant. operation.After : ,:: \ ': .::.>
: IN 1951, Ayers went to work for UF's two world wan 45 years of Gator '
athletic department as equipment manager toot ball.50 years of marriage, and exactly 75 thur:Wed: Mar.12 .
1 after retiring form the Army as first sergeant years of life. Julian "Sarge" Ayers has .. ,
.1 with over 25 years continuous service. established a firm name as the Gators' most 220BN.W.6ST.'." h. 378-7411
TV year 1953 is an interesting) year for faithful fan. I .
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