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t Aid delay; leaves students guessing I

By JOE MORAN Education, a, division of the Department of' per cent to allow for inflation over the last two THE NACP RECOMMENDATIONS,
Alligator Staff Writer Health, Education and Welfare overruling years Turner said. Turner explained are based on nationwide
recommendations the, Needs Assessment ..Turner.,aid .the--average-.increase-in-the- -economic conditions,-and do not take regional.
--- -"The' awarding of student financial 1 aid Procedure Committee (NAPC). expected amount a family should contribute conditions into account.He .
under three assistance programs for the 1975- The NAPC in conjunction with the College under the Office of Education guidelines is said the recommendations are usuallytoo
76 school year will be delayed by at least two Scholarship: Service has made recommendations $400 per year.A lenient under local conditions and arc
,months according to Douglas Turner, for the'last 20 years' providing family with an annual income of$14,490 adjusted locally to reflect Florida's economic
director of,student financial affairs. guidelines on the amount a family should with two children one in college was expected status..
j Turner said students, not knowing what contribute to a student's college educationcosts. to contribute an additional $530 under Turner said the decision results in two
r financial aid they will be awarded until late the Office of Education guidelines. crises for the financial aid programs: "
f summer, will have difficulty in making The NAPC recommendations are broken Turner said the increase in expected
economic plans for the school ye r.I' down according to family income and number contribution would not mean UF students will
The delay will affect 2,600 UF students of dependents and include the contributionmade be receiving less financial aid money. (See 'Aid:' page five)
I' .. receiving aid from the National Direct Loan ,by the student to his own 'education.
.' Program i. 'the Supplemental Educational l Turner said the Office of Education objected -
Opportunity Grant Program and the College to the NACP recommendationsbecause
Work-Study Program, Turner said. they "underestimated the capability"of fF
\ Turner said the delay in the awarding families on certain income levels to con' plans to sue ,
i procedure will not delay distribution of tribute to educational costs.
(i financial aid funds. THE OFFICE OF Education recom-
i I TURNER SAID THE delay will be caused 'mended that the expected contribution tables
,, by a recent decision by the Federal Office of tor the 1973-74 school year be increased by 20.y profs intimidatedBy

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intimidate professors in the exercise of their
Alligator Staff WriterDr. constitutional right of free speech," Guy said.
Albert Guy, UF United Faculty of he could not comment on the legal merit of
''$ift'e. t iii ",$* itfYa: '' ; Florida (UFF) chapter president announced the suit until it was filed.
i<'!MV ,e'LyY1lM'ZA'? --+.n-. ,..4r M- x..M.M,+..MPiJ.. .M a. > '2 an plans Thursday to file suit' against the UF "Just from (Guy's) statement it doesn't
@ administration and the three-man UC make much sense to me" Biggs said.
.. evaluation team. Guy said. "It is a well established legal
t The UFF suit will contend that a paragraphin principle that no ,one can be removed tor
ir ''I'Ia Maki r the evaluation committee's final report cause as the consequence of appearing at the
violates the constitutional rights of UF request of a committee to present one's
professors: Guy said. views.. "
GUY SAID he was preparing to file suit in By including the disputed paragraph the
federal circuit court against UF President committee was"sticking a knife in the backs"
Robert 0. Marston Drs. Robert Bryan and of those professors who gave them their
Gene Hemp interim vice president and honest views "in good faith," Guy said.
assistant vice president for academic affairs GUY CHARGED the administration was
and Drs.James McCain John Silber and Eric attempting to stifle further dissent by
Goldman members of the UC evaluation threatening the faculty of UC.

committee.The 'The suit would ask the court to protect the
contended paragraph stated the .constitutional rights of UF,faculty; Guy said. '+
committee's opinion that some UC faculty f
made irresponsible charges against UC Dean He indicated a retraction of the report by
i Jl I IL IfK Bob Burton Brown. If such activities continue the administration at least the disputed.
paragraph would solve the problem.
the committee said it believed they
would constitute sufficient.. cause for The committee's report cleared Brown ot
dismissal. charges of intimidation and favortism in the
"The UF administration is attempting to administration of UC.

b Cunningham new editor ;1


Alligator Associate Editor Ron Cunningham ; '.
4JM, has been selected editor-in-
thief of The Alligator for spring and summer

The 27-year-old former Alligator managing
editor was chosen by The Alligator's Board of \
Directors Wednesday night.
Cunningham has been with The Alligator UtMINEi
) !since January 1974, and interned last summeron '
the Ft. Lauderdale News. 1

Cunningham said he' plans to pay particular 2>
attention to.the events in Tallahassee
photo by George,kochanlcc: jr. pertaining. to the State University System UF, ,
Taking aim and UF !students. r;

Simply grasp the arrow shah tightly, pull the bowstring bacK,to your? ear, release David Smith; 'current Alligator editor-in-, RON CUNNINGHAM .
gently, and ZAPI! --',one less archery Instructor. chief will end his editorship March 14. .selected Wednesday


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caught or,where it had been taken. Fatah guerrilla attack was aimed at destroying Kissinger's
wiped out a
TEL AVIV (UPI) Israeli forces Thursday Middle East.
raid Arab guerrillason mission to the
suicide by eight
who attacked a Tel Aviv Israel called the daring forthcoming f peace
seaborne band of Arab guerillas involve possible dropped from a mother
Fatah guerrillas
raid Israel'slargest the Tel Aviv beachfront a provocative attempt The AI
beachfront hotel in the first major Palestinian on vessel Egypt just;before Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's new fishing vessel, landed late Wednesday night on the beach of
city. They also captured a 150-ton sailing round of talks. Tel Aviv's entertainment district in two silvery rubber rafts,
believed used to drop off the attackers in i rubber rafts. peace 'survivor of Palestinian leader Yasser
Israeli officials said at least 13 persons were killed and 19' Seven the eight guerrillas died and the captured one of them carrying the name
claimed he came from Egypt. Arafat. '
others wounded in the fighting during Submachine guns blazing, the Arabs occupied the Savoy
stormed the hotel and seized civilian hostages inside. least nine
beach taking at hostages.
within 30 miles of the Israeli coast to drop' BUT MAJ. Gen. Shlomo Gazit, chief of Israeli military Hotel 200 yards from the
THE SHIP came tourists
the in'two rubber rafts without outboard motors intelligence, ruled out any Egyptian involvement in the These included some foreign but'apparently no
off guerrillas
the command said. It declined to say where the sailboat wasfriday4 assault. He told a news briefing there were indications the AI Americans.aid .

r N J. CENGLER Ford : U .S. 'will not go back'WASHINGTON I

for Cambodia, whose capital Phnom Penh is
he has asked
/ (UPI) President Ford pledged rebel
surrounded by attacking
"will not back" to
forces go
night that re-involvement
Thursday of involvement or
"THIS IS not a question
Indochina but asked Congress to give Cambodia the suppliesit until in Indochina," Ford said. "We have ended our involvement.All .
needs to 'withstand communist-backed insurgents American forces have come home.They will'not go back."
peace can be negotiated.In "No one should think for a'moment that we can walk away

Cambodia attacks rebelsPHNOM a statement opening his eleventh news conference, Ford from that without a deep sense of shame,"he said.
appealed to Congress to approve the $222 million in military Earlier a congressman just back from southeast Asia said
"The war is lost in Cambodia," and a colleague urged the
PENH (UPI!) A Cambodian government task Co. indictedWASHINGTON U.S.-backed Lon Nol government to surrender.
force plunged into swamplands surrounding Phnom Penh'sPochentong Singer FORD GAVE three reasons why Congress should approve
Airport Thursday in a desperate counteroffensive
seeking to push back rebel gunners and keep open thecapital's (UPI) A federal, grand jury Thursday the:"Humanitarian aid: needs," including protecting the lives of
only supply line. indicted the Singer Co. and four men in connection with an Nol "The record shows, in both Vietnam and
Rebel forces with mortar,recoiless guns, and rockets forceda allegedly illegal $10,000 campaign contribution made in 1972in Cambodia supporters., that a Communust takeover of an area does no
U.S. rice and ammunition airlift gain business favors from the Nixon-Agnew ad- the
temporary halt of the bring an end to violence, but on the contrary; subjects
Wednesday. Only a limited number of flights were resumed ministration.The horrors Ford said
indictment returned in U.S. District Court in innocent to new
Thursday. of-negotiation to settle dispute.
the legitimacy
Baltimore named as defendants two officials and an agent of Protecting
of Indochina will be
issue is whether the problems
ERA dead for 1975 Maryland Finance Co. official.Committee to Re-elect the President as settled"The by conquest or by negotiation...the aggressor believes
well as a Singer
This belief will
win its objectives on the battlefield.
of the .bqual Rights The grand jury did not charge anyone in the administrationof that it can friends," he said.
WASHINGTON(UPI)- Proponents encouraged if we cut off assistance to our
National Republican
President Richard M. Nixon or the
Amendment conceded Thursday that a procedural vote in the .The constancy of American commitment to its friends and
Illinois Senate probably eliminated any chance of finally Campaign knew of the alleged deal. allies. "If we abandon our allies we will be saying to all the
J. Walter Jones Jr., of Annapolis, Md., chairman of the
attaching it to the Constitution in 1975. with extortion, conspiracy to world that war pays. .in Cambodia, the aggressors will have
ERA is not dead-not even in finance committee was charged United States will
But they quickly added that and five counts of federal election shown that if negotiations are resisted, the
Illinois- and charged that'conservatives are using the issueto defraud the government weary,abandon its friends, and force will prevail," Ford said.
build a constitutency for a presidential candidate in 1976. law violations.

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!F es Education majors face delay. I

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By TOM SIIRODER quarter than other UF colleges and will be hit The adjunct faculty supervise education
Alligator Staff Writer harder by the, 25 per cent cut Scott said., students who are participating in the work
Last year, undergraduate enrollment was experience 'programs. .
60 per cent of spring enrollment and there Scott said students in Childhood Educationwho
Approximately 200 students in UF's were actually more graduate students than in needed certain courses to graduate after
graduate Counselor Education program may the'sp"ring. Scott said. summer quarter may not find the classes they
face at least one quarter's delay in completionof Barry Davis, a Counselor Education need. '
their degree due to recent budget cuts. graduate student, said the 25 per cent Students have been asked to compile a list
Another 90 students in the College of summer cut and the loss of one faculty of courses they need to graduate.
Education's undergraduate programs may member in the recent termination of 20 UF "1 DOUBT WE can offer all of them but
not find the courses they need this summer interim faculty would almost eliminate the we'll do the best we can" Scott said.
quarter. staff necessary to run the required intern and Dr. Bert Sharp education dean, has
Gail Scott, college information specialist, practical experience programs. scheduled a meeting with education students
J said summer difficulties are likely, due to the These work experience programs are this morning at 9 in Norman Auditorium to
recent 25 per cent cut in summer quarter required for advanced graduate degrees in discuss the problem.
BERT SHARP funding and the loss of four interim faculty. counseling, Davis said. Counselor Education students are

meets with students today THE COLLEGE OF Education has "AS OF THE SUMMER we will no longer scheduled to meet with UF President Robert
proportionately more students attend summer have money for adjunct faculty," Davis said. Q. ,Marston to explain their difficulties.

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Friday, March 7 BOWLING
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Featuring informal' poetry readings and a tilde pleased to announce Its Second Annual
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I Students react '/' have to buy


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random sampling! of UF students Wednesday, showed w.
most! agreed the proposed tuition hikes by the Board of
Regents is "gonna hurt."
Larry Stessel, 4BA, said "I've cut back as much as I can. I
live in married housing. I buy less food and my wife and I
can't even afford to buy any more clothes," he said.
"IF I WERE A FRESHMAN, I wouldn't to school here. ; .
go be able l.
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may ,,.;
of I increase ; ,. ,
The I Board Regents has no right to impose a tuition '
just like that," Stessel said. to afford school-- :;\N '/A''. ,

RUSSELL CLEMONS, 3AS, said that he'll have to "cut ., '. ':. ,
personal items" because of the proposed tuition" increases. I don't have a rich/ / uncle' .:, :) :
"That means no more extra tennis shoes Clemons said. ,
Virginia Wood 4ED said the proposed increases will make
her"more selective" in the courses she plans to take. -- Charles Dougherty 1 UC
"Starting this year when you had to pay by the hour I .
became more selective in the courses I took. Before.you could .r" :f
pay 5190 and take as many courses as you wanted," Wood :

said."I'LL HAVE TO BUY LESS groceries, and I won't be ableto d
use my car as much as I want to" if the proposed hikes go 55s.. ,w ..wx n ,
into effect. she said. A
Ginger Biron,4PE,said she already lives and works in a co- ,t g
op to offset tuition and rent hikes. :
"I've already cut down on the money I spend on entertainment 'My parents
and I plan to tile for financial aid ,to go .
graduate school. If I don't get the aid then I'll have to try to have to.
get a job" she said. .
CHARLES DOUGHERTY, I UC'said he is already cutting
back before the proposed tuition increase mainly because his but not me' s
lather is now unemployed."I'm .
already buying cheaper food and .I'm not spending as ?
,much money. During the First quarter I went to a couple kEG $'
concerts.Now, I can't afford to do anything," Dougherty said.
"I'm. looking into Buckman (a co-op), and I hope to save
money by doing my own janitorial work and providing my
own linens. I've applied for financial aid for next year but if I
don't get it, I may not be able to afford to go to school. I don't double.'i ''Right now I pay
have a rich uncle," he said.
DAVID GARDNER, 3AS, said he has counteracted any
$95 rent per
tuition increase by moving into a co-op.. quarter. 1
"Money is tight everywhere,but right now I pay S9S in rent
while I could be paying $205. There are ways to counteractsome in dorm co-opt. There ::
of the increases. I guess 1 could cut down on some of the
partying" Gardner said. are ways to counteract
Setsuko "George" Chikai 4EG, was one of the few

-- increases.!students who was "not. worried" over the. ,proposed. tuition increases' ... .

"My parents pay my living expenses and I have a parttimejob --David 3AS
that pays$4 an hour. I'm not worrying." Chikai said. Gardner
"I even eat out for all three meals she said, adding,
there was a tuition Increase, then "my parents might have photos'
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Citizens have mixed reactions to unification I

By DOUG HATCH ,more concerned about Gainesville than aboutus unification is not voted in, this may be the But State Rep. Bill Andrews. D-
Alligator Staff Writer ," David Surrency, a north Alachua County only alternative.", he added. Gainesville explained if they were put in an
farmer charged.But Little said the county and city governmentswere urban district and did not receive those extra
The proposed unification of Gainesville' representatives from the city, particularly now offering duplicating services, and services within two years, the residents could
and Alachua County governments received Gainesville City Commissioners Neil the population of the county has grown so go.! to court to exempt themselves from the
mixed reactions from citizens at four public Butler and Joe Little said unification was the much in the past few years that many of the urban district and recover their tax money.
hearings held Tuesday Wednesday. answer to a number of major problems, both services county residents now require are ones The eight ,other Alachua County
Voters in the rural areas of the county were urban and rural. .that cities traditionally offer municipalities would not have to join ,the
the most vigorous opponents of the Butler said city residents were now payingfor The LGSC unification plan would create unified government unless they wanted to
unification plan drafted by the Local services they never receive, while county two service districts in the county, one rural LGSC Chairman Robert Colemen said. Thenif
Government Study Commission. residents are getting services they don't,pay and one urban with the rural residents being they did join it would only be after a vote by
Among the fears expressed by the rural for. taxed up to 10 mills and urban residents the residents.A .
opponents were that they would end up Butler said these inequities had to be solved being charged an extra 10. A mill is $1 I out of decision on whether to introduce the
paying for services they don't receive and that either by unification or annexation adding he $1,00 of property evaluation. LGSC recommendations during this year's
residents in the outlying areas of the county favored unification. RURAL RESIDENTS said at the'hearingsthat session pf the Florida Legislature so that they
would lose their rural identity. "ANNEXATION IS NOT going to solve all they were afraid they would be includedin can be voted on by, county referendum this
"I'M SCARED OF the city of Gainesville the problems but create new ones," Butler the urban districts with their taxes being year, will be made next week Sen. Bob
because throughout the years.they have been said. "But the voters must understand that if raised for services they would not receive. Saunder, Gainesville said.

I British film maker lectures toniqht \lAid I {

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By RICHARD BURKHOLDER acclaimed social films as "If. ..." "0 Lucky the lecture circuit and is scheduled to speak at
Alligator Staff Writer Man," and "In Celebration," appeared the University Auditorium tonight at 8 p.m. The federal government has put itself in
before a roup of students and professional Admission is free and UC film students are the business of need assessment, requiring all
College students are less radical and more journalists at a press conference in the J. required to attend. needs assessment systems to meet federal
conformist today said Lindsay' Anderson, Wayne Reitz Union Thursday. When asked about the substance of criteria each year;
noted British film maker. It seems he said, that "students would tonight's lecture, Anderson whimsically
Anderson who has directed such critically rather meet the director of 'The Exorcist' replied. "It will be about me." t Regulations under the federal restrictionswill
pup n.wwr+dqp aym than the maker of 0 Lucky Man.. "EFFECTIVELY," he said, "it will be the make it impossible to begin making
CURRENT STUDENT APATHY, he outline of a career with illustrations of films awards before May IS. '
explained, is "cyclic" in nature and we are I've made over a 20-year period."
therefore most likely witnessing "a reaction Anderson, 'a white-haired man of medium Turner said adjustments in the amount a
against the mood of the late 1960's." stature with a slight paunch went on to say family is expected to contribute to educationcosts
As society becomes more and more that while ,he is happy to visit the United can be made at the university level, but
complex, he continued, individualism seems States he has no immediate,plans to make a financial aid awards can not be made at UF
less prized and people, instead of preferringto film here. without consulting the federal guidelines
cope with their problems, opt to withdrawinto He said he knew how to cast a play or film because "we,would be spitting in the face" of
their own personal shells. in Britain but would be less confident in his, the Federal Office of Education.
Anderson born in 1923, has been involvedin ability to do so in North' America.
film-making since 1949. He, has. worked "ONE GETS A LOT of strength from
Education recommendations or the NACP
extensively in the documentary film field and working in the tradition' and society one
recommendations, the contribution
the British' theatre. knows," he continued.
to educational costs is not indicative of the
When asked about his recent film, "0 Whenever he wants'or needs creative relief
amount actually contributed.
Lucky Man," Anderson said he intended his he always turns to the legitimate theatre, he
three-hour motion picture to be an epic that explained. Turner said the effect for students on the
"appeals to people who are'skeptical about Anderson, admitted, however, that his three financial aid programs would be to
authority and who are prepared to think as individual political perceptions have changed create a "chaotic situation when students
well as to lau h." somewhat in the last 15 years.In need to know what they're etting."
HE ADMITTED THAT the'very nature of relation to British politics he said "I've
such an undertaking "0 Lucky Man" was lost whatever faith I had in the dynamic He added that students should not panic.
not a great box office success tends to limit leftwing movement that would give Britian "Although the awards will be late, the fun
LINDSAY ANDERSON the size of the audience from the start. the health and ,vitality it needs to come 'to ding for this year is as good as any year we've
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' loge*,Hi*Independent Florida Alligator Friday,March 7, 1,75 LIST
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SelfRegulation"Let I

me see if I got this right," a recent letter to

the editor began..

"If I were found guilty of cheating, my namewould '

be withheld because, 'students must be

protected.' QjOJ.) { .
"But if I were a rape victim," it continued, "my "VrJJAII.

name would be thrown to the news media because Ir r

'the public has a right to know.

"I did get that right, didn't I? Didn't I?" i\ i'I\ I
Probably no other U.S. Supreme Court decision 1 l lIf

upholding a principle of the First and Fourteenth
Amendments to the U.S. Constitution has been '

greeted with such resentment, hostility and fear.
When that court announced this week that a

state may not bar the media from publishing the

names of rape victims if obtained from public 'V di .

court records, protests flooded in from law enforcement ,;z,,: .

officials, women's rights advocates and '
concerned citizens. -mrCXfJ. T

And the protests have been particularly strong ate

here in Florida, since this is one of the only four

states in the nation that .prohibited the publishingof

Atty.such Gen.names.Robert Shevin predicted the ruling Nixon's pawn to Ted's knight I

would have a "chilling effect," on the prosecutionof

rape cases in this state. _
The fears of those concerned are. valid ones. The game of chess is one of the oldest games still in DAVID STEIN'
existence. The object of is to win and in chess
any game
They point out that rape is already one of the most
victory is achieved by checkmating opponent's king.
underreported crimes in this country, with only NOW THE EXPERIENCED player soon learns to CHARLES PICKETT
40,000 out of a possible 200,000 rapes reported recognize certain character traits in his opponents. Altruistsare
nationally last year. among the least challenging because they give up many of SATIRE.
They fear that if the rape victim is faced with the their more powerful pieces fairly early in the game.
possibility of seeing her name in the local Capitalists always try to trade pieces. Socialists attempt to If he prefers to avoid the game altogether he belongs in the
use all of their pieces as pawns, since they believe that it is Peace Corps (and he will never have to worry about a Piece
newspaper, reports will drop even more. immoral for one piece to have more power than another piece.To Corpse). If he is obsessed with the number of pieces you have '
We recognize the validity of these fears, but we play a conservative is boring, since he prefers not to he should work at Leonardo's.On .
cannot agree that the ruling was in error. move at all and will do so only under the most severe threats.A the student scene a player who would try to force his ;
liberal is better since he is unable take the risks he reveal his in advance should be
What we can do is hasten to join the growing no to opponent to strategy on the;
number of and broadcasting stationsall 'would like to take without modifying the rules of the game.I Student Senate while one who attempts to conceal his moves t;
newspapers RELIGIOUS FANATICS are frustrating opponents insisting from his opponent might prefer to be on the Honor Court.If .
over the state in reassuring the .public of our that after any piece is killed, it still lives on. Atheists you are lucky enough to play an opponent who has read]
intention of adhering to the policy of not printingthe make little use of their bishops. this column before you have and who tries to figure you out by
names of rape victims. Politics and religion-what next? You guessed it- sex. observing your play he should be a psychologist a counselloror
We will not publish the name of rape victims A playboy will chase after his opponent's queen rather than an employee of the University Placement Center. "
except in rare 'and extraordinary circumstances his king.. A women's libber safeguards her queen more than AFTER ONE LEARNS to spot these stereotypes he beg'
her king since the! queen has more power and thus is obviously to search for a new pleasure in the game of chess he create
where such names are highly significant to the -
of greater value. new pieces to liven up the game. .
story. A homosexual will move his king onto a square adjacent to For example, the Goldwater Piece generally moves on|
An example of such an exception would be the his opponent's king while a bisexual person is unable to tell along the,right-hand side of the board and may'move to tJ
Inez Garcia case in California last'' year where a his king and queen apart.IT left only to make an encounter. The Wallace Piece mov
woman was convicted of the murder of a man she IS FAIRLY easy to assess the career aptitudes of one's like a rook but may occupy only white squares. The Brezhnc
the opponents, tooIf a player attempts to sneak extra pieces Piece normally quite powerful, experiences periodic
claimed her. Or North Carolina
raped case of onto the board above and beyond the ceiling of thirty-two, he disabilities and sometimes disappears from the board only to
Joan Little, a prisoner accused. of killing a jailer would make a good university administrator especially if he reappear several moves later just as mighty as ever.
she said attacked her. goes above sixty-four pieces.If THE TED KENNEDY PIECE does absolutely ,nothing,;
We expect the media will continue to act in a ,on the other hand he asks spectators for spare pieces he unless the game lasts longer than nine hours. .The Nixon
responsible manner the only difference is we have should make his living as a street bum. A player who sneaks a Piece grants immunity from capture to neighboring, friendly.
dead piece back onto the board and uses it again should be a pieces and Is in turn protected by the Ford Piece which also :
moved 'from government regulation to self doctor since he has conquered death while one who delegatesthe grants immunity to pieces returning home after having run off, ;
regulation. powers of a freshly-killed piece to surviving pieces might the board in the opening stages of the game in order to avoid
What is important here is that the Supreme best seek his fame and fortune in the legal profession.If battle. The ,Haile ,Selassie Piece, initially powerful, loses
Court has upheld an important principle. in the your opponent demonstrates strategical and tactical much of its capturing ability late in the game.If .
issue freedom of the genius, he should be a soldier. Conversely, :if he creates you are dissatisfied with our pieces, create your own, or '
unoccupied zones on the board he should be. an ambassadorto better yet, live your life in'such a manner. that we may
"Public records their of
very are the U.N. someday name a piece after you.
interest to those concerned with the administration

of government and the.public benefitis

performed by the reporting of the.true contentsof The Independent Da.vldSmith TerriWood
the records by the media. 4 Editor-in-chief Managing Editor
So read the opinion issued by the U.S. Justice Florida '
Byron R. White. We agree. Alligator .

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.. ; .;r: :::' :>: .Apathy gives. way to problems 'UF* :;.:? :. ... ; I IEDITOR.

This is being presented as an open letter to the available professors is cut class sizes are increasing (March 12 1975)). With a good turnout, we can start an.,
w University of Florida Student Body. dramatically we see cutbacks everywhere, all contributing'to organized student campaign to improve our education at UFo
SINCE THE BEGINNING of Fall Quarter ((1974)), we have the disruption of our education. If the members of any student organization. College
all heard'of cutbacks in this or that in order to balance the UF OUR UNDERFUNDED libraries (they receive 3.9 percentof Council or Student Government, wish participate, we will
rti\ti } J.\' budget. Well,-one group of students feel'thC"utbacKs are the total UF budget as compared to 10 percent at the*Univ.: welcome their support.
i getting totally out of hand. We believe it is our responsibility of Texas)have purchased no new books since December. And IF FOR ANY reason, you want to speak-out but cannot.
to show our dissatisfaction with the Administration's policies Library East has a poor reference service due to a lack of make the rally on the Plaza, you have an alternative. Pleasesit
!, as well as the low quality of our education in ene.al. professional personnel.If down and write a few letters to President Marston. the
For the academic year, 1974-75, the state of Florida is you were in the Reserve Room in Library East in the last Board of Regents and your State Legislators.
currently ranked 25th nationally in spending for Higher week, you froze your ass due to ((1)) the cutback in heat and ((2)a ) UF. as the largest and m'st prestigious State University,
Education. With the cutbacks already planned, the state may large hole in an exterior wall for a new fire exit. must take the lead in speaking; out for our education the
drop as' low as 35th nationally for 197576. And the only And if you think this is bad, wait until May when the air other eight State Universities will follow our lead. What we
'answer we get is that there is no one in the state speaking out conditioning will be shut-off in most buildings on campus. need most is support to show Tigert Hall, the B.O.R. and the
b'' \ on behalf of the students and their education. With this Can you study and achieve your best work under the above State Legislature that the goddam apathy does not control us
letter, we are speaking out. conditions? We don't think so. when it comes to our education DO YOU GIVE A DAMN?
In the Fall of 1974, our tuition was increased and now we WELL, THERE ARE a few students upset enough to try
are facing another increase next fall. For what? The number and do something. We are calling for a protest on the Plazaof James R. Balough 4AS
, : of graduate assistants has been cut back, the total number of the Americas at 12:00: Noon on Wednesday of Dead Week John A. Annee 3ED

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EDITOR I am surprisedto the grades of the honest of the penalties? This is
,. see the number of letters to people in the class. probably the case, since the
.; the Alligator expressing a What kind of a citizen will punishments meted out so far
I! belief that cheating is not a you make if you let your high are so light.
w'. crime. Is it these same people ideals dissolve in college For a real deterent we needto
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': : who wonder how Watergatecould where your Ijfe is made and publish the names of
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'if ( happen? There are a frabicated. Won't you feel convicted cheaters give them
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: I good many points on both like taking the easy route and E's in the courses they
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'I' ) .1f \: sides of this open trials hassle getting something for nothingonce cheated in,' give them penalty
: 1 .1't.1 ,I : 'kJ but I don't see any two sidesto you're out of college? hours equal to the courses
J : : the cheating question. Or are you like John, who they cheated in, and also
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r,' ( : I would like to hear John mother blamed a fraternity suspend them from school fora

.- ," Kelner's very good reasons for for dragging him into this year or two. Maybe then,
cheating. There are none.' cheating scandal? Are you this deplorable Watergatelike -

....'. ,A lll Cheating is a crime. It is unable to think for yourself? crime will stopl!
! I/o" ,\ I'" f" ."; riM getting something for 'Did John not realize he was Robert Ensslin
nothing. It is ripping off all cheating? Are you not afraid 4UC

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: ':' Faulty philosophy of the flagship a aK I

i'1' \' EDITORS NOTE Dr. Gelltnek chairman of the Germanic slogan, as innocent as its proclamation might appear,
IJ-., and Slavic languages dept., recently spent two presupposes that work on a present theory of knowledge is Dr. CHRIS GELLINER
'!.r:. semesters as a visiting professor at the University of Basel unnecessary, hence can be ignored. Leading anthropologistsand
.' Basel Switzerland. philosophers of this century have shown, however that
. \. meaningful "knowled e'ought to have at least three principle
it-J A recently naturalized American returning! to his campus components, it should be purposeful, instructive; and OPINIONastrologers
! ,from abroad is bound to notice quite a few changes! which beneficial (see Max Scheeler).
; occurred during his absence. Despite many such changes, The slogan under discussion takes as its point of departurethe
rt'; however, the University's self.professed slogan, gracing official first component of knowledge, the purposeful, and we need instead self-controlled equity in funding
,. } envelopes remained the same. It proudly reads: changes it into an utilitarian one. In effect, then, it un those areas of teaching and research that are truly con-
"University of Florida. FIRST." dermines the 'integrity of the other two components of tributory to the whole fleet...
"FIRST" STANDS FOR "Focusing! its Resources on knowledge.AT ON THE OTHER HAND, .a crew can also 'do a lot in
Solutions for Tomorrow." Unfortunately, I cannot refraink4J BEST, THE slogan is meant to drain off more money ,helping the captain Let .me close by making a concrete
*':;:. ( from offering a critique of this slogan. Quite apart from the from the legislature for the Flagship University. At worst it proposal. We've got to find a reasonable way out of the
; obvious fact that if resources stop coming in. one gets de- masks the yet embryonic face of Humanities Fiction (for present financial and spiritual dilemma.
focused there seems to be a faulty philosophy involved here which term, I hereby claim authorship). Future humanists, President Marston should appoint a Task Force consisting
which needs to be exposed. beware: 'This "FIRST" might be your "LAST'; namely a imaginative grass-root people say'one teaching assistant,
,I.M I Followed through to its logical conclusion "Focusing its "Long Agony from Solutions for Tomorrow." one instructor, two assistant professors, two associate
!t'Ij. Resources on Solutions for Tomorrow," means that the A University undeniably has a role to play in helping to professors, and five full professors, covering practically all
b University management: shape practical and theoretical solutions for tomorrow. But its academic units.It .
i ((1)I) intends ,to shift the focus of its resources away from prime function Is was, and ought to be beyond busting walls would be the job of these chosen men and women, free
,\\I1' solutions of the past. thus deprecating historical disciplines: of ignorance to improve human beings. Only then will it from fear of reprisals from their respective units,'to advise the
w-:, and away from those of the present. in failing to build truly contribute toward'the betterment) of mankind, but it cannot President on:
systematic desciplines: preempt the future of the Floridian of tomorrow. ((1)i) restructuring the over-all college set-up, with the
I"f; ((2)) presumes to know what the solutions tor the future I he mental health of an entire political entity, as expressedby purpose of cutting costs with an eye on quality and equality;
xa should look like or at least which directions it should take the public stance of a university, is difficult to gauge. To ((2)) getting on top of a seemingly endless crisis management
::,s whereas planners are mostly i ignorant of the future (think of the returned teacher, it seems feverish. Formerly, to commenton problem by busting empty-headed slogans, weighing important -
.,: the city planners of the fifties and sixties who thought! they a'level I am familiar with departments could grow in many matters, operating in 'the sunshine;
:1:1: knew, and are now found in error); directions, sometimes even in that of excellence; now they ((3) as soon as this Task Force understands Its dominionand
..-. I',... ,' MY FIRST POINT IS our educational philosophy m times have to stagnate for various reasons. This is not a good[ time the dimension of it job contacts should be established
financial drought is exposed to great danger./ The "FIRST" not to shrink oneself back to health again! M ith similar Task Forces on the eight other campuses;
THE ERA OF UNILATERAL, misguided, self-taped ((4)) .and once the state of health has returned; let's dismissthe
.. ""' j, decisions handed down from on high is now hopefully over medicine man.
: ".r'' 'The IndependentFlorida But it can only be over if our initiative makes this decision WE NEED NOT, like a bunch of scared rabbits, leer at
process outdated. (It has been abandoned by many vigorous regional associations visiting committees.. Washington
'('J 'I 'H '..\ Alligator European universities). Not only has this decision making Tallahassee local chapters, and set up overviews. What we

CunninghamEnt.nalr process been discredited nationally, but in the scientific need J js,an ,underyjew,, asinecure' ; for ,a univeristy is not acontinuation
.' Doug Dial" Ron' Editor discipline managment, such a simplistic; 'non-looped model of high school where accepted behavior is
') .," ,' ; : m.nt Editor Associate has. to my knowledge, also been refuted experimentally. taught. A campus and its teachers must' keep a deparate
. Kochoniee Jr. Let us therefore, see to it that our Flagship does not head a individuality and, its own academic 'motivation and
;.10\\; George leaking Spanish Armada, but a ship-shape Ail-American fleet !momentum. And if the powers that be don't know what to do
'!, ,. Photo Editor of nine campus-ships. America was built on flexible ,structures anymore or' change what they: are, doing! every! Monday.
t "Gnegforrtr Mindl KvmonA and not on oppressive ,book-rules and so were somebody has got to tell them. Or cUe jnigftt find ourselveson
Sport Editor .at. News Editor universities. We do not need suspicious bureau-visioned the bottom of theca for a long drink.I .

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' Fall Freshman Reduction L Here's' How Students

I' ; This I Diversity' Can Qualify To Serve

Tuition, Hike Top.. AgendaThe : :, Imo. i; ." CananI l Will! ,

On UF CommitteesA

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Board of Regents will meet in I0R brought against them by former UF 8 !
'egular session Monday at 9:30 Meeting 'it. ': urvive .0r.
? : a.m. Prof. CounciUe E. Blye. "f ,, "
'wl new policy relating to the appoint- Conduct, 3; Student Financial Aid. 4:
CDT) on the campus of the University of Adopt a resolution delegating to the ,: ..' Student Organizations, 4 and Public '
ment of students to Presidential ;
"" Standing
Vest\ Florida in Pensacola. 1Ir "
UF the responsibility for administeringfiscal ;
; : i i :
t and Lectures Com
Pfensacola I : Committees Functions
has been approved by foiicy)
Among items to be considered affect affairs of the Collegiate Living : ".' Robert
r..; D Dr. Bryan Student Government and President Ro mittee, 5.
the of Florida :
[rog::1 g University are: Organization, Inc. '
Recommend to the Legislature a new March S Increase the fee for the selfsupporting Interim. V/ce-Pres/dnf/ / | f Academic Affairs bert Q. Marston.
'ution schedule of $$14 per quarter for 10 0 UF English Language Institute from Each year the Student Body Presidentwill

shmen and sophomores, $$15 for Junes $$475 to $$500 per quarter. select by July 1 nominees from

r and seniors,$$20 for graduate courses .Approve a plan to consolidate into one student applicants to serve on com-
:ui $$22 for thesis and dissertationurses. unit the Hospital mittees the next academic year and .
budgetary Teaching
forward them to the President for final
J. 4
UniversityDigest Central Stores and the purchasing func-- The following memorandum concerning the nnination of a number of faculty appointment. Students will serve fall r ,:
Approval\ of four programs of distinc- tion in the Health Center. was sent this s week to all academic dt in the E&G& budget fron Interim 4
through summer quarter on a com-
on' among 23 for the SUS biomedical .Approve a change in the handling of Vice-President for Academic Affairs RobertUrnpositions I : mittee.Student committee members who :
:gineering, behaviorial neuroscience, professional fees in the J. Hillis Miller t
""d>d economics and marketing and Health Center so tnat reimbursement to The events of the past two weeks have been f for II hot usa interim people.This had to be done with scant regard for do not attend summer quarter may '

orrnonuclear' fusion. the hospital from the private practice of nightmare, and the numerous heartfelt protes I have program priorities, for ambitious and well-laid plans, for request that the Student Body President for the + : 'I I
recommend .
a summer appointee /
.-:' fndiiced medicine be based on actual direct costs received, both through personal conferences and in future dreams and solemn commitments.But r
6 by,Me,OMuoM, of(Information r 4fitUicationt rather: than on the present 20 per cent of written form, are too keen to let pass without t least people and their institutions have suffered worse President's consideration. ''\ '' t
t 'Service*to o commit,,, general acknowledgment. I have been told repejedly.as blows than that visited and these and Students interested in membership$ on i : kw'; t '
fees collected in
kite official noticet important,., professional except on us, same people one or more of the Presidential Com- .;,;., .
:r'rotebt r) and save harmless President formation,( .. to undent!faculty Aaaii dentistry, which will initially begin with I am sure each of you has been told, that leBORdgetby institutions have recovered and grown even stronger. This mittees must be full-time, maintain'a 2.0 (" ..'

tint, (Q. Marston and former President al, ,the (Lab-,,ia'mity' $ of f Florid. the 20 per cent plan and adjust annuallyon mandate to reduce our instruction and research I v "t on C. OConnell in a law suit the bais of not inconsiderable stature. This is staffed "
experience. 69 faculty positions and 1.5 million dollars ii faculty a university tions., Students may fill out applicationforms ) I
Decreasing out-of-state fee waivers rate has in excellent faculty and led, by resilient and .
so salary placed great Jeopardy a n ni nber r of by an in Student Government offices,305J.
that the total for the SUS will not exceed critically important programs. The BOR o orde was of resourceful chairmen and deans. Some institutions may ,J. Wayne Reitz Union, or in the Office of )' 'I: .'

: Here's Information $$1,295,680., Currently, policy permits such magnitude and came so suddenly that w had no not survive this, our second-worst national recession in Student Affairs, 123 Tigert. //
out-of-state fee waivers not to exceed modern times. But this University can, and will survive
adequate contingency plan (who could have p pi ned to ; A student committee member may not '
$$1,096,000, for undergraduate students lose 1.5 million dollars?) that could have allov d us to and someday, perhaps not so far away, the programs we designate someone else to sit in for him DR.' JOHN J.MCKETTA'

On Paying Spring Fees and $$1,494,500, for graduate students. reduce low priority programs on a rational, S stej bystepheel p all believe in and have worked for will flourish again.. at meetings, unless previous permissionof 'Mind,Matter Speaker

.A rule change that will no longer basis. All we could do was stop the roulette on Please accept my thanks for your great support and the Student Body President has been

allocate distribution of proceeds from the December 12, 1974, and then foreclose on a n nber r of ,unselfish help these past two weeks. obtained in writing. Students may be- EnvironmentalistSpeaks
\11\ students who registered during the early registration period were mailed Student Financial Aid Fee,. which is a removed from committees by the President -
.dt it-assessing fee cards and a schedule of their this week.
courses part of the student registration fee "on
at the request of the Student Body
Students may) begin paying fees at the HUB March 17., but are advised to delay the basis of the economic level of the President for three reasons:: misstate- TonightOn

,Ia) )ment if they plan to drop or add counts that will change their fees. After the student body and shall be used by the Graduate 5 5For udent ment of fact material on the application,
drop-add period ends on April 7,, a revised schedule will be mailed and a statement universities for equalizing educational Employment excessive absences, non-feasance, or Energy Woes
the balance due.
opportunities. The rule would
other non-participation in t the conduct ol
April !11 is, the deadline for payment of fees without paying a $$25 late charge unless provide only that the "shall be Nationally\ known enVirOrHUlfwlist, DrJi.hu ,
money committee business or if a student i1 ii>;
,)rior arrangements are made for deferred payment. '. allocated to the universities to finance a, :; ., 1975; 76 6 Is Opened Up appointed with his ;consent to another J J. McKetta will speak tonight( ,it.<1
Students are asked by Student Accounts to make'note of the following: student financial assistance program." committee than that which he is on. 8.15; p.m. in the Reitz Union Ballroom ,..*;
.Be sure that name and social security number on fee cards are correct. Also checkto 24 Presidential "The Present Energy Dilemma,." as the
There currently
see resident status listed after class and college is correct; "F" or"R" is in-state, graduate students.He are fifth speaker in the Graduate Schlu's( ,' :'!?'
Air Employment of graduate students for ba >d on 75 per cent of the minimum thatco ties in attracting Committees which have students servingon
"N" \or) "A" is out-of-state. Force the next fiscal year can begin on a d be expected in' other personnelse warned, however, "Before you can them, in 90 student committee "Mobilization, of Mind and Matu
.He sure that correct local and home addresses are listed with the Registrar in 33 of the to new lecture' series'>.
limited basis money
Interim Vice-President for ices (OPS) funds, out of which commit any membership positions'as follows: Inter.
rig'r( ,Dr. McKetta, of''f chen h ,c.jJ:. }
all professor :
ROTC Unit (
must cover
Academic Affairs Robert Bryan informed gr hate assistants are paid. UF has graduate students, you collegiate Athletics,2; Status of Women,
.Replacements of lost cards will be available after March 17 at Student Accounts. made presently enrolled engineering at the University of Texasai\\
deans in this commitments
the E&G budget alt ady been notified that it can expect 5 Student Health Services Advisory, 3;
.\When\ fees, be sure the check is written and f ; Austin represented' the America.: 'n ::1
paying correctly that the total amount ;
week. He also that all commit- 85 students. and Land
'Outstanding1The urged o on per cent of this year's allocationof graduate Budget, 1; Campus Planning .
is paid. Students registered for 9 or more hours must add the $$10 health fee to course s all deans to require lute of Chemical Engineer: ?, at tU' Hf>
ments to
graduate students be made in of )PS funds as well as elimination of "I strongly urge Use,2; Creative and Performing Arts, 3; .
total; students with less than 9 hours may opt to pay the $$10 health fee.. writing. fe felfewship, consultant and faculty dove department chairmen to make their Utilization, 1 Affirmative Action World Energy( Conference' (and ''r\\ a't:- ','!a
.Students with fee deferments University of Florida's' 9-man Space ; 'of the' National J I'ntJ: "
waivers should Air 1970-71 Chairman
present to Student Accountsat students, both
Each to graduate
dean was notified how much pment OPS.vyan commitments Coordinating Council, 2; Admissions, 2;
the HUB by April 7 7. Force ROTC training detachment has Policy Committee. He i is a i member' ': ""I'''i t'':
and to have copiesof
money could now be committed to explained that it was essential to old and new,in writing Commencement, 4; ROTC, 2; Campus.
.Students receiving financial aid for Spring Quarter may begin picking it after received the first "outstanding" rating in each dean's' Board of, Director:- ""f f thei'i. \:,'jI(,"i':l'!.
up salaries for graduate students, even d dejelop some "safe guideline" so that these commitments Shop and Bookstore, 3; Parking and
given in the U.S. in a.d.
:March\ 21.E&G. the past 18 months, Council for Environmental sl Balai.tr: ;
though the has not d deaartments office. 5 EnvironmentalHealth
governor's budget yet could begin their planning Transportation, ;
its "
says commanding officer, Col. Fran- is Chairman of the Committee" r.!
cis H. Skipper. been completed. The allocations were and be competitive with other universi-- and Safety, 3; Disadvantaged National Air Quality Management for t H.f't...
Students 3, Campus Student Housing, 4,;
E Career Service EmployeesCan .The rating, which is the highest that Off-Campus, ; Housing, 6; Placement, 3; National Academy of Science< and Enneennn. ,

Be Promoted To Vacant LinesCareer can detachment be given, was to awarded an Air Force following ROTC an I URDC Programs To Continue I Union Board, of 8;Managers Student Affairs for J J.,,Wayne 12; Student Reitz Film Maker

inspection by a team of officers from Air Lindsay Anderson, internationauyknown !)
University, Maxwell Air Force Base, film-maker, who has directed'
Service employees in positions in the Education and General (E&G) budget Alabama, earlier this year. The inspec-- "This Sporting Life"" starring Richard

may freeze be on promoted new employments.A into higher. vacant positions within the E&G budget despite the tion team noted that the management of Activities and academic programs of w'serve as interim director of theur internship program have not been deci- Income Tax Help Harris,"If....". and "0, Lucky Man," both
flight training given to students in Air the starring Malcolm McDowell, and most
Urban and Regional DevelopmentCenter a and regional ded.
vacant position in the E&G budget can be filled by promoting someone eligible for planning program;
promotion to. that position from anywhere within the E&G budget. E&G Career Force ROTC was the best they had ever (URDC) will not be terminated, F Fa s will also serve as academic adviser Available For recently)! "In Celebration" starring
Service personnel can also be promoted into positions in other UF seen. The detachment was rated on even though the Center itself -will. be to t ie e approximately i 40 to 45 students The URDC will continue to maintain Bates, will present and discuss excerpts

No new employees,either from outside or inside the budgetary units. education programs, corps training, phased out in name June 15, Interim e ued in the interdisciplinary urban offices in Building E,through June 15 Some Employees from his films in University Auditorium
University, can be added to the
recruitment enrollment The .
E&G: budgets. command and Vice-President for Academic Affairs Qcate program. when Feiss will move to Flint Hall. earned tonight at 8 8'p.m.
employees who
Employees interested in applying for positions into which they might be promotable other There,areas.are currently 162 student cadets Robert Bryan has said. F iss said that the annual Florida URDC was' phased out as to part give of the> 69 $$6,000 University, or less in 1974 can', receive free Flea MarketA
should check the various Ore rth Policy conference University's package plan up Flea Market will,be held Saturday
employment opportunity bulletin boards on campus. in Air Force ROTC and 78 almost will be continued the assistance with the preparation of their
cent of those ( 50 per Dr. Carl Feiss, director of the center u but that the futures of the certificate manyear positions as required by income tax forms.Assistance from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Reitz Union
) are o on the college since 1972 will return to his full-time pro ram after the currently enrolled Board of Regents in planning a reduced will be provided on a colonnade. Applications to,sell can be
Rules Governing Universities scholarship program. ,According to Col position as professor of architecture and of the 1975-76 fiscal year. Union
Skipper, this is one of the largest g groip P students finishes and the budget for first-come, first-served basis in Room 10 made through today in the Reitz
of ROTC Matherly Hall beginning tonight from 7 Programs Office, Room 330. There is no
percentages students
Recodified r l Printed in New FormOfficial p in the nation. (Students on compete scholarship to9 9 p.m.Sessions will also be held from 7 7to cost for student 'exhibits and $$2 for
No food items can
March 14 Friday, non-students.
nationally for the Air Force 9 p.m. on Friday, ;
rules governing the State University System,, formerly incorporated in the those selected for the scholarshipsand scholarship Next Week fs' Dead Veelc, April 4; and Friday, April 11. and commercial solicitation is prohi--

Board of Regents Operating Manual,have now been recodified and printed as section program are given tuition : Employees should bring their W-2 bited.
books lab :
,,6&-C of the Florida Administrative Code. Use of the Operating Manual has been fees and $$100 month subsistencepay. r forms and other tax documents. Internal I Life ill Japan

discontinued.No .) per No Exams New Wor < Assigned :- Robert Graham,Univer-- Revenue Service Tax Return forms will A University of Florida alumnus, the

substantive changes have been made in the current policies, but they have been The eight men in the detachment under State Senator ornamental horticul be available for those who do not already' first Japanese get a Ph.D.in American
Florida .
reorganized so.as to be placed in,a coherent, internally consistent form. Col.,Skipper include! Majot".' obert, E.' sity of 'Smith'an' Dry Katie, ,have them. History in the United States,/'and his wife.."
Business procedures have been separated from the governing rules and the Board Funkhouser, Jr., Major Charles R. : 'turalist Shannon Institute of Higher 'The'' tax t % form assistance e' ''wilt'be will discuss"life In Japan and Am ricia'". ,

staff is developing a SUS Handbook of Procedures covering academic, business, Major Jerry D. Clearman, Captain Cain E.D., Dead Week begins Monday and continues due Prior to the''"' regularly scheduled Education the guests on Urdscope Sun- provided by senior accounting studentsin 3 3:30.5: 5 p.m.Monday in Room 122 of Reitz''' .... .

capital outlay, and personnel matters. Mullis, Master Sergeant through Friday of next week. e ex period. are Channel, WCJB. Beta Alpha Psi, National Honorary Union. The Asian Studies,\ Program is
Cost for the Board of Regents section of the Administrative Code is $$1.10 per copy. Technical Sergeant Ozie B.Roy Toole Jones Staff, No exams, class quizzes, special st dents or faculty with questions, day University-produced at'12:3O' : P.m on television show Accounting Fraternity, 'under the direction sponsoring the appearance of Professors

Copies have e been ordered for official use and will be placed In all departmental offices Sergeant John E. projects or term papers are to be given or reg .lUng Dead Week should contact the The commercial television -,. 'of faculty members who are Certified !- Yoshimitsu and Sachiko Ide.
Ehrenberg and Staff assigned during this last week of classes. d t their is carried by several
upon college the-- of Public Accountants.
Office .
Sergeant Howard A. Price Take home examinations should not be Act emic c Affairs, 3922404.or stations across the state. "............e.,.e'e..''...".'.......j

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JEWELRY Custom mode for those who Chevy Belair 62, Rum $180
appreciate ort In gold, silver,
and fine best offer, call
Gems. Slltornogl 3923541work
Studio' 103
3733894 By appointment only (( ) (o3)97-p) )
.... (A-I3T90P! :
9.rel. wlNH For Sole Jiing-sie .waterjjed.: .neyer..I.I18.d. Y!.. '
: 69 r a
HELD OVER KHARMAN GHIA low guar complete with l 1 Mileage Good Tires
Excellent Shop covered frame Best offer call 3731801o2t
N. W. I Sr. U095 00 Coll 376-7532 doyl or 378-3345 ( -97-p)
nights 8 weekends ( (
/iIJ! ...... o-7t-9l-p) leaving for South america. Mutt sell '
mobile home 21' holiday with cabana brand new 17" RCA XL 100 color I v. ir
I I I many extras $2000 or best offer lot No. $355 Coll 378-3796 (o-SI-97-p)_
17 glynwood pork phone 376-8217 A.
.u : I IOT.95.P) 500 kowasokl excellent running and
I-TRNY- 'c::;;.% Diamonds, appearance sell or trade for car
J Sapphires, Emeralds, Jod, preferable sports car, 3729435 ask for
and 95 other gem mInerals.All qualities dork_(A3T95P) ,
available Priced from
to 50
below percent Depression Special MINOLTA 50mm f3.5
[ 7:00: 920: from percent$1000 Unconditional retail., Custom Guarantee cutting MC Macro Rokkor,COM life size adapter,
SAT C SUN 2:00 4:30 7:00 9:20HRDOV OZZIE By appointment' only 373-3894 reverse ring $100 I call Rich 378-1290
(A13T90P) evenings (5T-95-P)_

Must Sell used set of ludwig drums. Best '
t offer call 377-4923 evenings (A.3T.95- 11 MADMEN
SAT /ft trailer, 17.18 fully equipt, aircond.heat ONLY
SUN 3:30 $1500- call 377-2171 or 373.8132 (A.5T95 x
N. w. IN* FR 7:30 1:30 7:30 .P) Public Offered1937U.S.Gov't
33 9:30 Gamesville'l, largest' Indoor
Every Fri.-Sat.-Sunday
A little bit everyone of everything for HERMANNHESSE'S

1201 E.Umv Ave 378-3431
(A.8T.90-P) .

Art Prints ft
Wedding Bonds, 4 Engagement Rings Stp
Traditional or Contemporary designs of
your choice Handmade for individualswho
a I wont the best. Original work by
A series of rare coincidences
Soulh'i' leading Artists Master GoldSmith
and lapidist. Unconditional has led to the historic discoveryof
Guarantee.OZZIE By appointment only several thousand sets of full PETER J SPIWU presets MAX WXSYDCW DOMNQU S4M \n
ACADEMY 373.3894. A.13T.90-P) color antique art prints" that STEPPfNWCXF co-stJrri">3rtRR QItvNTJ CARLA(1O\i.wuJ

AWARD BSA street motorcycle bike, recently for rebuilt tale, 250cc, rum: single good were now"lost being since offered 1M7. to Theyare the Based; m the novel by HERMANN HKSf Music by GEORGE CRUNTZ

new tires, $250 call Joe 373-4487 (o-4t- American public. Produced E by MELVN F1SHMAN and RICHARD HKLAN .
94-p) 6ecutive Producer PETER J ISPRAQLJE. Vvtitten and Greeted by FRED

r5": .1
never used, complete with warranty.Sells
sottt z for $375 Best offer Call 373-6425 [XIDnBYIYSTtMI]
TICKITSt t Back in 1937. immediately 1-30: & 9:45:
Epiphone 12 string W-COM. very good following the depression years
action mint condition 3 old. $175
years Mrs.
A Marvin Worth Production ...::.V-- Perrin for information call 3929988 Ask for select Eleanor group Roosevelt of a dozen and a
Howie 214 Yon
room (o-5t-97p)
kMMtwt* one***
Daub der JutanBarry Marv i Worth Bob Fosse nationally prominent people
lOspd from Holland I M Ib lighter than formed a voluntary national
(IR1 frtist gitom 2 custom speakers SOwttt golf committee for art appreciation
clubs tosco microscope medical dictionary to create an art program that MIDNITESHOW
373-6524 (A-3T-95-P) would give the public a well-
needed moral lift. It was the
D t 41P 43. :+, .rR k." .ere O' committee's decision to select
the world's most famous pain- FRIDAY ONLYSlDDHARTHA
tings from the 16th. 17th 18th,
19th and 20th centuries the
best paintings of Matisse Van
Gogh Gainsborough Picasso
sic all Gauguin Titian, etc., and to
reproduce them in full color as
perfectly as humanly possible
and make them available to the is impossibly beautiful.
public at within the ..
reach of nearly 233 VK UNIVERSITY AVENUE "
377.3013Presents visually exquisite!

-BERNARD DREW, Gannett Newt Service,
AIAN00NfDM19J7 .

the The Original Tap Dancing Kid after For some a quantity unknown of reason these

beautiful reproductions were
made the entire project was
,abandoned and this collection: of
JIMMY perfect reproductions was
: stored In a Brooklyn
.,., warehouse where they remain
ed undisturbed since 1937.
The lost collection was
"rediscovered" and leading
lithographers and art critics
agree that the subject matter
and quality of detail and color
reproduction is incredibly ac
full band curate. Over .,000.00 had
... & his been spent to make finely f

'WP>> *: engraved glass printing plates.
These authentic original 1937
: prints are literally collectors'
: Sat. March 8.:" items and have been appraised
by the American Appraisers
Assoc. at 17.00 each print.Once
Tickets f they have been sold there will
:" be no more available., A truly

,. excellent art"investment" that COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS' A KM BY CONRAD ROOKS
; l IRI_,. llltlKtlt.. !. .o_I IMIDNITE I
11 ::00- $5.50AVAILABLE


Rebel Discount* (Both Location), Box Office (Open 11-6)) after 38 years these full
color 11"11t'" (ave. size) printsare -'f
hWOnttn. : lend self. Mrewd ti9id(-'. .end 50 aorta for hMlClh"9
Money Order Peylble To: Onwt Souttwn Muse Nail Inc r' finally available to the ,.
Pat. 0II0cIe 505 14236fuxnaaNNe public at $19.99 for a collectionof "
.. .riorxllUMM
,. 18 prints. Send cash,check or \
For More MaC Ji(904))J77-30W -: : money order to:1 U.S. Surplus,
Dept X35 .P.O.Box $05.
Tarzana CalII.91351. Fully tsI411
GUARANTEED. Certificate of G're8t
authenticity given with each

set.BankAmericard Maitercharge OK (give card and 233 W.Unl:.Ave. 377-3013.

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CUSTOM FRAMING 1 1BI. South at Ught

22 W. Unly. Axe.. 373-1 m Newberry FlaTIPEfl'RITER

Toy Italian Greyhound puppies Avail tor Spring Qtr. 2 roommates needed to share room In 2 roommate own room ne area
Purebred Pedigree 1 IT weeks shots I I. $75 Efficiency Ull. pd. 377-4992 bdrm.apt ot Landmark"8. per mo.I.'I.ulil. I. pets. welcome fenced yard $80 mo., 1-5
..gr rmed. Pick of liner $35 call 376-0188 of 2. 2 bdr Walk to campus 377-6992 Move in Immediately Call Jeff or utilities. 377-8337 1004 NE 5th Ave (b-4t-
>* PROBLEMS: ? ter!'p.m. wk days ((0.5I-9".p) 3. 3 bdr $170 No lease or deposit 377. Ron 373-6024 ((b-2t-97-p) 97-p) -
Harmon kordan stereo queen waterbed 6992 One Roomate wanted for 3 br 2 bth sublet own room In 2 bdrm. ken opt.air
skis sewing machine $800 dinning 4. $85 Moble home 377-6992 houie. fully equipped 72.50 a month cond. pool. Hawaiian village opt. 428
}\ We've got all the answers table $30. full bed 25. bunkbed 50. plus 1-3 utilities. Perferobly o vegeterian, $82.50 mo. + Vt utilities call mile- at
,I. dishes 15 steam irons gar 5. chest United Real Estate 1628 N.E. 17 PI. Call Todd 377.9780(b-): < 377-9859 (b-Sr-94-p)
drown cederchest $40. oil must go 113 NE 16th Ave 97-p) females 2 own room with bath $53.73
\ Supplies-Lease warehouse full open all day go N. 23 Open 9AM to 8 PM 377-MM male roomote wanted: own room near available Match 15.call 377-8747 (B-3T<
blvd 10 261"NE 18 ter 377.9835(0-51.94-( female roommate: Own large room 2- university 1st and lost required no leaseno 95-P)
.ASSOCIATEDRISIXESS Pj) wide traitor in Caitlegate. Neat 6serous deposit $70 + .Vt util. pref clean wanted for
I Female Roommate
std prefd. After 6 toll 3780134. mature t liberal 373.1801 b-It'
CALCULATOR 4 functions ( -97-p)
Memory, 56.25 + 1-3
: SVSTENS: : BS-rmh S utlls (B-8T-95-P) poolside French Qtr. Apt
square,squorer root recepricol, perc.nt.used sublet I bedroom opt. In Gatorwood unities Coll 373-9155 (b-5t-93-p)
one quarter only, $.50.00 3732814. I or 2 roomates 104 50 or 52.25 village dishwasher, 'oc, carpet disposal pool,
needed to
724 N. Main 373.3359IIIUOIIIIISNIINNh1nhlIw (o.5t-96-p) pork 110 1.3 or 1.2 utilities Judy 373- tennis ct., quiet. $175 o mo. contact Close to compoi.
HIII nurnNI) Custom' ; AM-FM multiplex stereo 6092 530: to 9:30: poolside available manager or call 378-5819 after 6:00: (b- sublet+Village'4 ulilitlei.pork Great apt Only roomotei$52.25+0
receivers, B-track top player, speakers now. (B-5T-95-P) 5t-97-p) mo.
great pool Coll 378-0589 (b-3t-93-p)
$90. tapes for sole, mostly hard rock sublet private room ot la moncho pool, sublet room LoMoncha Ap ts. $90 per
377-7982 (o-4t-96-p) tv, maid service, outdoor grills, furnished mo Pool laundry Central AC ph 378-3244 WANTEDFemale
D FREE! All white male cot, 1 year old, available end of march, 90 per ask for Norman or Jerry Available for
spade, rabies, distemper shots oil given, month 372.6858 keep trying (B-3T-95-P) Immediate occupancy (b-St-97-p) studious to shore 2 bdrm opt
must give away.CALL 377-6941(o-3t-96- Wonted: coed to sublet, $145. for entire Roomote wanted Own room In 2 bdrm Quiet complex Comelot. $100.00
p) spring quarter a-c. pool dishwasher 3 mobile home in country Available month thru August plus Vt utilities.
: SAVE UP TO waterbeds/ For Sale Complete, Includes great roommates, come by landmark immediately $75 month plus Vi util Call Student 377-0972 Mornings (c-7t-97p),
II SQZI liner frame and pods., Cell 378-8904 No. 9 or toll 373-9397 (B-3T-95-P) Steve 392-8864 ib-2t-97-o) Female roommate-Summit'., House opts.
oft.6 pm or come by Hawaiian Villageopt female to share huge loom Wind- '
I r on IooflfJ y'', JiltJ( ;flliJfj>oo, 340 (o-N-96-p) meadows luxury opt spr qtr. $80 mo. + 3 acre lot for rent:$125 per mo. great for own 4 futilities room close, call to 373-5824 med center-$96(C-5T-95-P mo.)
Stereo components at big discounts to 1-3 util.cable color TV call 373-7797 best a garden green house, etc 2 util sheds
( clOf1J[ tII zeJ; students. and staff. Right now extra low after 4 p.m. (b-5t-93-p) complete trailer hook up Country GOlD t SILVER Top prkes paid for f
j J
location for Info. call 472-2783 after 5:00or : .rings old lewelry, etc. confidential co.
prices on turntables, speakers,receivers, 2 females to shore room-2 br, Turn apt-
\ 4722103. b-fr-94-nc OizleI1NIVKRSITY 373.3894x50.53-c( ( )
.. tai oils when cartridges t tope decks. All equipmentis country Gardens. Close to Med Center ( )
new and fully warranted. Quantities $75 mo Coll 377-7854 (b-5t-93-p)
limited Call John ot 378-9192 (o-5t-9e-p)
Bring Your need female to sublet spring qtr 2 bdrm
FOR SALE 1956 les Paul good shape Tom apt 50.63 mo + 2500 security % utilitiesmel'dy3730966or PITY TRAVELAMTRAKPLANESIIIP UC I .
Collins 1-904-234-2545() no collect Calls landmark 175 (b-5t-
Own Bottle. contact between 5 and 7' PM Limited. '_) T
Info. call Pom 392-7824 (o-5t-96-p) one bedroom- opp new appliancesone
Mara 3 spd bike used fair condition $15 block from campus 1934 NW 1st Av 923 W. University. Av..
6o+ Kw 13w"zv ask for art 392-4141 (o-2t-96-p) Call 373-9942(b-2t-96-p) Gainesville. Fla. 32601
Raleigh 10 spd modified for training roommate wonted for spring quart own
$300 momlyn' 'Sekor 35mm SIR $90 (O-5t- room and bathrm 75 per mo. plus elec
i 96-p) 3929501tor 1 call 378-1770 Female Vizcayo Apis (b5t96p -

,6DDS 3/8:5221 sole couch and choir set., block )
naughide. Glen Springs manor 2130 2 Private, Rooms Avail. 4 BR. Apt. Less PLAZAO 1 I 1 $1.25 Till 2:30 FJM. EXCEPT SUNDAY
N.w 311 Blv. Apt G-8 (A-3T-95-P) than Vt mile from Campus LoMancha STARTS TODAY I
Mamlya-Sekor 1000 DTl camera 35 mm No.56 Air, pool, color TV Full Kitchen N.W. Mi STUIIT end] 2:10 4:15 6:051:001150:
wide angle and 90-230 zoom lens. Call any hour Ken or Tony 373-0156 (b- 13rd BOUICVARD
Strobe,tripod gadget bog. $350. or best 5t-96-p)
e offer. Coll 3787968. (o-2t-97-p) Female roommate wonted for Spring Back in 1957 w.w. IMd i a'S5 0Ida. '

Beautiful healthy golden retriever' quarter at Brondywine Apts 67.95 + V oved bubble gum,country muik and robbing filling station
puppies 8 wks old three females 125$$ utilities 2 bdr 2 bth pool sauna toll 377.
soro 373-2243 (o-6t-97-p) 8065 (b-2t-96-p)

MowHe electric guitar $75 Fender 2br house unfurn duck pond area central
Vlbroverb amp $140 Fine Inlaid coffee heat t air fireplace w-wcorpet, large
table $40 9 foot surfboard $20 apt. 3 kitchen, off street parking large yard
Bldg. 376 Moguire Village (o-5t-97-p) nolease, Isttlost,617ne6st6p (B-5T-95-
Sears Kenmore canister vaccum cleaner
good cond. IV yrs old $35.00 Call 373-' 2 spacious completely furnished 1
5734 after 5'30 (o-2t-98-nt) bedroom opts directly behind norman
hall. Available mar 15 call 373-8064 or
FOR RENTfemale 378-6134 evenings (b-7t-91-p)

Roommate Wonted "Hawaiian Own comfortable bedroom In large
Village Apt. 2 bdr 2 bth, a-c heat pool! pleasant house ten'' blocks from low
v s etc, $61.25 o mq. + V. util.'373-9767 school openmlnded person preferred
,after p.m. Available Mar I (b-IOr-89- $96-mth 213 nw 34 Terr 373-9382 (b-St- I
"pj) 93-p) .
BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGFItl: FEMALE roommate Village Pork comfortable
Now 'Is the time to start looking for that own room pool ac-heat close to
Ideal home for spring'or fall qtr. We campus 92.50 + H utilities no deposit
I have many listings avail for then o 373-3941 1 (b-St-93-p)
small deposit can hold it for you. Coll WANT TO MOVE .
1Tonight today 377-6992 If you desire to move from your present
location we con rent,sublet It or find youa
Female joommole wanted wind- roommate Immediately at NO COST.
meadows opts, $66.00 plus Vt utilities Coil today
per month available spring quarter call United: Real Estate Assac. Inc.
373-1010 or 373-1037. (b-5t-96-p) '113_! NE 16th Ave. 377-6992 (b-fr-55-c))
f Fr. Quarter Apt. 1 or 2 female roomates sublease 2 bedroom furnished apartment \ -v- S
needed Poolside, available for Spring ot Brandywine! Old rate, until June KURT. lunnfOLDSmxtm
56.25 'Vt utilities Call
quarter o piece and open for possible releasing .
,378-5853 (b-5l-96-p) Available March 20 call 378-3796 (b-5t-. .
,W.'AI D T..
thru Sunday at 8:00: PMT ,,2 bedroom 2 both, shag carpet dishwasher W-P)
self clean oven, nice opt to Female Roomote own room fenced yard DARCDlKDlG.
For reservations calf 373-8375 \ sublet June to sept. $270 mo. Coll 378- pets NE house 83.33-mo + 1.3 utl. 373-
1789 (b-2t-96-p) 9260 (B-4T-95-P) .-.-CONNY VAN DYKE JERRY REED NED BEATTY


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By GREG FORRERAlligator a rocky start it would be unfair to get down on L
Sport Editor them already. }

They're got some talent on the fields--what
[Soda, pretzels, beer. they need is some confidence on the mound.
[Roll out those lazy, hazy crazy .days of- "We've got the arms, but they peed the

seba11. confidence." said head coach Dave Fuller.
[ROLL'EM OUT because the University of Perhaps freshman Bruce Baker picked up a

iami is coming to town. Roll' em out even bit for himself and in turn will spur the rest on s
ough it's dropping into the 30' at night to some better appearances.The .

tit in Gainesville--roll 'em out even thoughe 6 loot 4 righty from Tampa pitched a
Gators have a 2-4 record at this point. complete shut
game out against St. Leo
I Who cares about the record anyway? If youre College Thursday to complete a sweep of the
at all for baseball baseball is baseball. two game set for UF.

[Although that's not much of a revelation, They needed such a pitching performance.And .

fi simply true. while St. Leo is not a major power by any
Baseball relaxes. Critics say it bores, but stretch of the imagination, they did manage to
itics need not talk to those who get into it. touch the pitching staff for 8 runs the day
And here in Gainesville at Perry Field, before.A .

[ere is something to ,get into--besides ,the staff that included senior lefty John

am. Chappel. The Chappell that Fuller is looking photo by chip hints
I There are those coolers filled with foamy, to for leadership. ONE OF SEC'S BEST OUTFIELDS?

he bleachers that are one of the best spots in Someone will have to rise above on that ,Joel Murrie, Sammy Rick, and Terry Jones (R) will test skills against Miami ..
ainesville to pick up a tan. There are pitching staff if the Gators are to have a shotat

umbers of both sexes parading! to please the their goal of 35 wins in this 1975 season. until March 21. But a chance should be given the Gators.. If

iscriminating eye of both sexes. They play 50 games, the Southeastern Until that time, a leader has a chance to not, there's always the sun.
The UF baseball team is there too. Despite Conference (SEC) a schedule not beginningS emerge. If not by them, maybe never. And soda pretzels and beer. .

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Page 15 Friday, March 7, 1975, .


1t* S One more for the road

By ANDY COHEN of their players have a great deal of talent as well, "Lotz said.
Alligator Sports Writer "VANDERBILT beat St. Johns by 20 points earlier in the

year and St. Johns is one of the top teams in the East.
x UF and the Vanderbilt Commodores, two teams fighting "They have an excellent team."
4V's tor pride and a fifth-place conference finish will close out Both Vanderbilt and UF lost lopsided games to the leaguestwo
their seasons Saturday i in Nashville.. front runners last weekend, the Gators dropping a'
The Gators are 12-15 overall and 8-9 in the Southeastern decision at Alabama and Vandy getting blown out by Ken-
Conference while their foes are 9.8 and still hurting from an tucky.

X., PR ., overtime defeat in Alligator Alley late 'last month. "THE KEY TO the game is for us to control the tempo,"
1 IN THAT game, UF exploded in the overtime period to Lotz said. "If we can do that we'll be in good shape. But we've

.5, ." .5 > ,55 take a 101-90 victory over the suddenly cold Commodores.But got to play with intensity." I.
I'. tot. this time the game will be played in loud and spacious Most of the individual statistic leaders on the Gators have
'''''"I '
.. :"rlrfFt! Vanderbilt coliseum and Gator coach John Lotz just hopedhis already been decided. Forward Gene Shy is the leading scorer,

f r1.f. F>_ --: squad can rise to the occasion. pumping in 15.9 points a contest. He holds a two point bulge
,; "It's important to finish the season on a happy note and I over Norman Caldwell ((13.7) and Chip Williams (13.1).

iJ .. ,f ,, think our team really wants that," Lotz said. Caldwell is also leading the team in free throw shootingwith

I. t.f '.r .'" \ .J.m"- I LOTZ SAYS Vanderbilt is currently in a rebuilding year a 88 per cent accuracy and assists with 110.
', I >. :f''t' '" f" >., but still sports one of the best perimeter shooting teams in_the WILLIAMS HOLDS the rebounding edge over Shy 211-

..... .: .ft .>,.'" ;;' JI&:.}.' '. j< '" r. .... j league. 198.And
.111I1 v' ;;:: kochonic They are led by the "F troop," three players Joe Ford, guard Mike Ledermen leads shooting accuracy,
photo by george Butch Feher and Jeff Fosners, who have been leading the siking 59 per cent of his shots. .

GENE SHY PUTS IT UP Commodores in almost every category all season long. The Vanderbilt game will mark the last ,appearance of

leading scorer hopes to spur final victory "Fosners is a legitimate all-conference forward and the rest seniors Williams. Don Close and Joe Repass. :

I Chappell gains Gator mound in his own way I

scholarship."I've himself, Chappell mentionedtwo 'Tallahassee last weekend. In
By NICK is considered by
PUGLIESE Chappell Gator's been a Gator all of my pretty stiff ones, and one just over five innings pitched,
Alligator the top
Sports Writer many to life, and I've followed them. big t team goal. he was touched for six earned
According to baseball logic. moundsman. It's been my dream to play for "Our first goal is to win the runs on nine hits.
a starter 1 come into my own
| on a baseball "I.didn't
college them," said the P.E.. major. Southeastern ConferenceSEC "FSU is a good club and I
in high
|earn usually stars for his until my senior year have CHAPPELL RECORDEDa ( ) championship. As for just didn't have my stuff," he
Little kids
League team, makes school. Most '
I'd like to win said.
2-2 won-lost mark and a personal goals.
[All-State all through his high already reached their school.peaks J.58 earned run average' last. at least 1 11 I games, and have an WHEN HE DOES have his
school in high
years and then while, they're already season. He was not pleased at Earned-Run-Average under' stuff, he likes to think of
graduates have
to the college scene Most kids "
l with whilethey're all with those statistics."I 2.00. .himself in the same vein as
pursuit several. pro scouts in hot reached their peaks school" was my disappointed in He says he plans to rely on Detroit's stocky winning lefty,
in high
Jacksonville myself and the. team. We a change-up as his bread and Mickey Lolich.
Gator pitcher John explained the didn't, pave unity on the team butter pitch but he'll'still be """,''e' re built the'same

that Chappell didn't exactly follow native. TWOVar" $Stint* ,and thatV a J>iR tfing'to( me. ginKUig the fastbal1\(and,'way," Chappell said. ,
patterijto reach UF. # ;RAFTER A; ; late in the season throwing, the curVe now and Now if he can perform the
It was
I IN FACT.W hurler-r'at Florida, Junior College.
senior Lolich this
same way
UF. before I got myself together.
sat on the bench and collected Chappell transferred to said. then.However, he wasn't pleased season, head baseball coach

splinters until his senior year "I 1 was set to go to Auburnor Chappell AS FOR ANY personal with the way'he handled the",Dave Fuller will have a lot less .
Southern-then *
high .
school Georgia ,he might have set for. Florida: State Seminoles; in '.h eadaches.. .
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nationally-ranked Miami, it player came back from a
was hard to tell whether didn't show up in the score. Wednesday loss against :F University Auditorium .

-':"' -the.. UFtennis team- was,..:The- Gators- blanked the -Appalachisiu Dave Pressly.. .' -- '- ... _..- .. .
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\ stinging from a .Ioss to Ap Smith 6-0.3-6,6-2, in the No. HEEFH
palachian's Keith Richardsonon 3 singles match. "1 made zu t
ry +P.v Wednesday, led off the more shots in the first set. but

shutout with a 6-1,6-2 victory he came on in the second set.I .
against Rollins' Ted Mac I just concentrated a little CHICKEN
Beth. more in the third set,"

""I 1 .was glad to win,. Kunnen said. AOn
especially after yesterday that The Gators' Chap Brown DINNER
was a heartbreaker," Diaz just missed a shutout of John
said "It's hard to lose a matchon Manderson, taking an easy 6-
a tiebreaker." The Gators'No. '0, 6.1 decision.Jim .
.. 1 player said that he felt Oescher.has almost as Sunday March 9th
his serve was better than it easy a match in No. 5 singles.He ,
.4 { Ma had been in Wednesday'smatch. downed Nissim Astrook 6- o
5 P "I really improved on I 1. 62. .-
my first serves," he explained."I UF's Jody Stagg had a .
was hitting too low, so 1 tougher time with Rollins' 5-7 PM '.

tried to reach more and put Dane Neller in the No. 6 ". ,
more into it." singles. It took the UF fresh

About Saturday's match man over 90 minutes, but he
with Miami, he said, "We defeated his opponent 6.3, 3- 819 W. PANHELLENIC DRIVE
have a big match coming up. 6, 6.4, as doubles were getting
This will tell how well we can started.In .
JUAN DIAZ playas a team. It will be greatif the doubles matches, _
.. ."glad to win" we can beat them." Diaz Coach Bill ,Potter gave the
will face Alvaro Filliol of the fans who remained a look at I
UF's freshmen Brown and
Stagg. Playing No. 2 doublesin i
the No. 1 court 'the UF i
Lady gymnastsin team beat Smith and

Ashtrook 6-3. 6-1.
Diaz and Pressly downed

regionals MacBeth and Bradley 6-3 in
the first set of No. 1 doubles
and survived a mild challengeto

Facing its biggest) challenge this season the UF gymnasticsteam take the match 6-3, 64. .

competes in regional competition in Summitt. Miss., The Rollins duo came as closea '" ,1. J. .. .. '>" .- ."
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today and Saturday. the set but ;

I 7. The Lady Gators competing against schools from Georgia, could not break Pressly'sserve

Mississippi Alabama and Florida must score at least % for the tie. Today at 3:30 : is the last
points to quality tor national competition. Kunnen and Oescher : p.m.
Regional competition is the stepping stone for the AIAW finished the match with a 6-0,
Nationals in Hayward. Ca.. April 1112. 6-2 victory against Neller and day to pay 'fee deferments
Lake in No. 3 doubles.
Coach Potter said, "We
played' well this time,the big for' winter quarter:

one is Saturday. I just hope
rr T SCOREBOARDBaseball 11 we'll be up for the match.**

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What World leader's name is spelled the same 1 piano and passing the entire wreckage through a
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Well, it could've 1874, when the first balloon wedding performedin Slap-happy
the U.S.was held over Cincinnati.Ohio. uniting
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been boxer shorts.Circus .- In Kiev, U.S.S.R., Vasiliy Bezbordny and
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tights were first introduced In 1828 when until a draw was declared.
bareback rider Nelson Mower's costume-jacket, ,
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A Royal Air Force Captain introduced skywritingto got ," in 1930, gave you five balls for 10 cents.
a thrilled America 'In'' 1922 when he .em' Nine years later, the City of Atlanta passed an
blazoned the words "Hello, U.S.A".'.over'New Washington D.C ordinance against playing pinball with a fine of
York City. $120 and 30 days on the city work force.

The pioneer in Roller Derby was the 1935
Transcontinental Roller Derby in the Chicago
Colisuem. Fifty contestants tried to skate a But did it
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California. write the first time? .

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The ball point pen was invented in 1888 by

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started out The first ice cream cone was devised by
we've goffer hold out until 1946 necessity in St. Louis at the Louisiana Purchase

Exposition in 1905. A young ice cream salesman
the bottom.
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heavy bullet-proof, glass teller windows and some flowers. He forgot to get her a vase to
impregnable corregated steel. In Chicago. Toilet paper appeared in 1857 when un- carry the flowers in, but she cleverly took one side
bleached pearl-colored manila I hemp paper was of the ice,cream sandwich and rolled it into a
sold by Joseph Gayety of New York City with his cone for her blossoms. Then,since she had half of
name watermarked on,each sheet. It sold 500
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wooden stool Paper-a perfectly pure article for the As for the ice cream soda, a Philadelphia soda
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little bucket. did they.do before, 1857 some soda water as demonstration drink for the
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remembered that day can Imagine what it was earth, people who mind their own business, it a time and killed them. The writer showed how
.,. like, the day that war ended. made them out to be a race of people who are members of the family of each of thejhree
.. 4g Most of Gamble's stories are.about t the,south, w. 'mean, homosexual rapists.Today, if you go up on generations dealt with the man who killed them.
chidingly :affectionate stories detailing the eccentricities the Chatooga River on a Sunday, and you'll see "It was a pretty grisly story, but after you were
of good old boys he's known or heard parties of people In canoes with deer rifles and finished, you didn't feel like everybody in the
about. The south is his favorite subject, his bow and arrows staring up on the banks waiting South,was a misfit. You felt like these people had
favorite cause. for some redneck rapists to come and get them. met a misfit, an anomaly.
"I've read everything I could by William "I 1 think that it was unforgiveable that James Underneath it all, Gamble is serious. He is a
Faukner, by Thomas Wolfe, by Flannery Dickey wrote a story that planted that seed in the serious musician, and a teacher, imparting the
.: O'Connor. The people who are generally .con public mind. lessons he's learned to his audience under the
sidered to be the best Southern writers. They'rethe "Now Flannery O'Connor wrote a story one cover of levity.
ones I like.The South is what I love. It's what I time called 'The Misfit'. It was about a lunatic "My job is to make everybody laugh, to en-
believe in. from Millardsville who got loose and killed a tertain people, to be a whiskey salesman, to
"I 1 thought that 'Deliverance' was a loathsome whole family of three generations. It was like a make money.for the room, and somehow, outsideof
picture. That depicted a segment of society, the ritual slaying. The family was in an automobileand the commercial and the frivolous, I've got to
North Georgia mountain people a people as they stopped at a spring for a picnic and he see if I can't culture out a little seriousness,
gentle and self-reliant as any on the face of the caught them there and he took them away, one at something that makes my time worthwhile.

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Oliver Smith is blind. Always seat, suh?" they drawled, "Right this y, ; ; s ;
The first man the crowd saw as they entered the Since 1944. suh", they directed with a big white smile. They w re
Silver Spurs Rodeo,in Kississmmee was Oliver.Smith "I've' been here since its inception ," he says. "it's' pretty. So were their hats.A .
r,! He sat on an old folding chair and played a guitar something I always look forward to." loudspeaker snapped, thumped, crackled < nd :!, '"";
,/, with a metal cup attached to it.. The crowd walked by b Y He pauses as somebody clink-clinks some coins into then paused. Then Loretta Lynn's' country' g'girl rl' v vc ce ; u I; .
;4 l in polished pointed cowboy boots and occassionally his metal cup. "Thank you", Oliver smiles at an drawled out in electronic tinniness. The crowd be( an ", ', I'
, I stopped to listen to Oliver play. Some, would snap .empty space in front of him. The anonymous giver to move again into their places. People stumb ed + y rA "'Yd fl'I :.
'f'f\r\I open the pockets of their J.C. Penny satin finish has already walked away y into the crowd.. over each other and excused themselves only to d j r@@ + ':r: ,i.t..'
v.)! cowboy shirts'or pluck a wallet from their tight jeans "Here at the Silver Spurs they kinda like the old stumble into others. The bleachers were crowded A Afat ': .;:..
and clink a few coins into Oliver's metal cup. Then time.. I look old time and they think I can'play an old woman with' red,h hair in curlers and a cowboy at s w \\I ......'. ,'.'
.r/ they would walk away. time song."" The Silver Spurs is part of., his, travels found her place and sat down with a sigh of ren f. cir 1 r rg rr r'' -/ .
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J. seeing eye dog he wears a special harness with a .c'enters., fairs, rodeos or wherever else he can play," down beside her. They banged at the stumbl' n9 r .", ".
.f I handle attached which always{ stands up ready to be "I am", he says, "an itinerant/./" crowd around them. The fat woman shushed tnep.. .. I.
-1 grabbed.) He is a boxer and is colored much like the The crowd stumbled on. :fr 34$ __ 1. "
dog in old Our,! Gang series. Oliver calls him Spike. The arena, was filling rapidly.. The stumbling crowd The inside of the arena was empty except f w a .' :
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I : t laid lethargically in the only shade provided, that of cowgirls who wore 'HI, My name is so-and-so'' perimeter. There seemed. to be no purpose for er
Oliver and his guitar. stickers They also wore cowboy hats. As a matter of being there. She just rode around the arena and t o en if-. ,.. :.'
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just inside the gate and plays his guitar with its metal was being ushered into their t seats by pretty little the crowd turned collective' attentior to I '. '

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nothing visibly happening there. Still the crowd >'
'' stared and watched and waited while Loretta sang her
tinny little heart out. Occasionally a cowboy carrying r
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t chutes.The crowd waited expectantly Loretta Lynn ended ,,' S -q t "t.
k her song and snapped off with an audible click.. The. "' tr'" '/ "It."t
crowd of cowboy hats swung toward the Grand Stand. -I: .j' -
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Lotsa music at this Rodeo. He sprang into motion and

1 the Orange Blossom Special spiraled out of the loud :' '" :. .
Behind the chutes and out of the crowds view were
the cowboys. Behind the cowboys were the pens with 'A k
the animals to be ridden. There were wild eyed
horses with ugly looking numbers burned into their
rumps. They moved nervously and bumped and
stumbled into each other. The bulls were different.
They stood quietly packed together with hate in their
j eyes. When a horse throws a man it runs away glad to
be rid of his burden. A bull will deliberately chase a
man to kill him after throwing him.
Larry Clayman is a rodeo clown. It's his job to be
there when a 1700 pound bull comes out of the chute j
carrying a 150 pound man. Larry makes! sure the man '
gets a good ride by playing in close to the bull and
deciding to harass him or not to. It depends on the
bull. That's t the easy part. The job begins when the
bull throws the rider. Larry then directs the bull'sfuryfrom r- SS ttsrs;
the recently downed cowboy to himself. : .
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overalls and a garishly painted face. He throws his 4M. ,iQhp
hat at the bull, pulls his tail, even hits him in the face.
Then when the cowboy is safe Larry runs for cover. "I 1
don't like to see anyone get hurt," he says, "But

somebody's gonna be getting hurt. We learn to JI' III"" ......- .
expect this in Rodeo. Nobody feels sorry for you. It's
just something that happens." equipment. Others were busy with 'positive thinking'. "Hell, I'm not gonna pay for it." .
Larry's been hurt. A few of his injuries include Occasionally' a man would squat as if he were "You start drinking that tequllla and It'll start to look
having had both his ankles broken,.five teeth knockedout riding a bull. He would stare straight ahead of himself good to you. Just don't fight with them Mexicans.
an eye knocked out, a cut jugular vein, a and through anybody standing there as he clutched They'll slice you up."
dislocated knee and hips He was also gored once in on imaginary nine plait rope. His free hand flew into The announcers voice was insistent. Somewherefrom
the leg by a bull. the air and spurs were pointed inward. In his above the cowboys heard him.
That's his job. He's out there to save others from imaginary ride the cowboy was defeating a 1700 "Yes, ladies and gentlemen this is the All-American
being hurt. He says, "How I would feel.if a.kid was 'poung bull. The real ride would come'in the next few sort and you're seeing the last of the rugged In-
hurt would be according to how good I was doin' my moments. dividualists. Men who go out there and compete
job." There was little dialogue. Ocasionally one man against the animal, their best friend, and them-
He talks about bull riding and the men who do it. would walk up to another and ask what he knew selves."
"Back behind the chutes before a ride, those guys about'such and such a bull. "I 1 drew him once" the Then it was time.In .
have an honest intensity.about 'em. The cowboy, he'sin other would return. "He's a mean sonofabitch. Watch the narrow chutes men had readied or were
a trance, in a mood, what you call positive out..He'll pull you right down into the well then all readying the bulls. In shute five, a man was already
thinking." hell'll break loose." When a man ride a bull he triesto sitting on a bull. There was a strap around he
Larry's dog began :3 bark and Larry broke off his lean into the animals next move. Sometimes a bull animal's hind quarters to make him buck. Ano'..,er ..
narrative. He ran over, picked the dog up by the neck will keep turning in one particular direction. Soon the plaited rope was drawn around the third muscle back
and bit him square on the snout with clenched teeth. cowboy is leaning further and further into the "well" from the shoulders. It was not buckled on. Instead, it
:The dog whimpered as Larry threw him down. thus created. Then the bull might suddenly snap back was drawn through a loop and held tight by the
He walked back and resumed "Where was I? Oh, the other 'way leaving the cowboy with nothing cowboys fist. That plaited rope in that one fist was oil
positive thinking. The cowboy, he's looking at a underneath. that cowboy had to keep him on the bull. That and his
'" picture of trie' ride. He's bearin' down and thinkin' Somewhere in the background the rodeo was strength.
hard about. it." getting started. The cowboys heard Chubby Wise stop Several cowboys assisted the rider. He stood up and
playing and the announcer take over. The announcerthis grabbed his crotch tight and seemed to shift it. He sat
The cowboys moved nervously behind the chutes. year was a former state legislator from down again. The' chute area was so narrow, and so
The Rodeo would begin soon and bulls were being Oklahoma.The small that the animal could not move. The cowboy:
moved into the narrow chutes with prods.. The prods cowboys tried to ignore the announcer as he barely put his legs around the animal. He was gritting
were operated by flashlight batteries and were usedto talked. The crowd of hats turned its attention to him. his teeth. He set and reset the nine plait rope whichwas
move the animals from the holding pens, through The cowboys spoke of other things. his only handhold on the beast. He threaded
narrow "alleys"and finally into the chutes. They then "Say, where you going next?;"one asked through his hand once, twice and then again. Finally
stood quietly glaring at the cowboys.The another. he seemed satisfied. He. clenched his fist tightly.His
cowboys were all tough looking men with spurson 'Texas." free hand pulled his hat down more firmly around his
their boots and at least three or four of them had "Well, try to slip acros't the border there, you. know, brow. There was sweat on his face and arms.
feathers stuck in their hats. down into Juarez." The cowboy clenched his hand tighter, gritted his
The men were serious, there was little joking. "Why's that?" teeth, raised his free hand above his head and then
They were also nervous. Many worked on their "Good whores." said very simply in almost a Zone Grey way, "O.KNew .,

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The chute opened. It was quick. Then for one split At Last. ANNUAL .
second the man sat on top of the bull and both were
motionless. They were exposed to the wide open
arena. Twelve thousand people wearing twelve SERVIOE"THE FreshShrimp CHARITY-''
thousand cowboy.hats'were also motionless,
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The bull moved. It was not a slow movement which We repair .SJiftmp THIS WEEK
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ticipation of the bulls next move. The cowboy was
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same split second that the cowboy leaned right
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hand was tangled in the rope which had once
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,Bethel Honeycutt worked for eight years in the area." saved from locat'P9pers.' Most, emphasizethat
small white brick Gulf station on the corner of SE 1st So'Bethel has,about a year to get out. the station was built in 1925 and run for 40 years
Avenue and 2nd Street to ,buy the dealership to the Bethel, and his wife Kathy, are using the year grace by Ira Smith. Bethel''' rented the land ($155 per

place. period to find a new business.: But Kathy Honeycutt, for month) on which the station sits, from Smith. Now,
Three years ago he finally had it in his hands. "I 1 one, is deeply attached to the old station. according to the condemnation agreement, he gets
thought I was gonnq have something Bethel said. "No place could even think about getting near to ,the land rent free from the city.
instead he steamrollered City of this here. she said.
But got by place, .
As he rumaged through his clip file, he mentionedhe
Gainesville condemnation proceedings and ended up "We're one big happy family, like" she said tryingto
was once cited in the national Gulf
afterwards with $2,500 for his dealership.And describe the customer-owner relationship. Bethel company

no gas station, and few prospects in sight.In hires no outside help. His wife and brother, 'Tiny" magazine:
a year or so, that station, reputed to be the oldestin are the only workers he has. On the wall behind the counter in station's! tiny front
Gainesville, and the two city blocks around it will Kathy, herself, has worked in the station since room hung a plaque. "1973 Presidential Citation for
be razed as part of the downtown renewal program.A September. She had been manager of a local Sound Business Practices." It was signed by Gulf Oil

civic center was proposed for the land and the restaurant, but she came to the station to "help out" Co. President Z.D.Bonner.

city condemned the property. But voters failed to passa because Bethel needed her. Bethel does most of his repair work outside. There'sno

bond issue to finance the center and what' the city Bethel joked, "She halfway keeps the, books, room in !the station, no ,great bays with! sliding
will do with the area is up to the planner's sweeps the floors and stuff. Kathy responded to that garage doors as in modern stations, just one, outdoor
imagination. catologue of her duties by taking a swipe at her hydraulic lift.

Across the street, wrecking crews have already husband with a magazine. t
for the Bethel and Ernest Honeycutt share the Outside in the warm afternoon sun, Bethel drove a
begun demolishing buildings new judicial Tiny ( )
plckup.truckonto the lift and started
center and surrounding city' plaza. mechanical repair work., How do the customers fit in? working while he
briefly vented of his bitterness.
UF architecture Prof. Harry Merritt advocates They_wait on themselves, Kathy said. ,
preserving the building, even if it has.to be torn down "They're great. We couldn't, do without them," she "This thing took a big chunk out of my I life,",he. said,
brick by brick and rebuilt elsewhere like some ancient! said. When, a little extra work needs to be done about, losing the station. "I'd have had it mad ... in-a
Sumerian Temple. Merritt has said as much to city "people'just come over and help out,"she said. few years I could've bought the place. I would've

r authorities repeatedly. For pay "sometimes we buy them a coke,",she.!ald.ut been set for the, rest of my life Wthls.,hadn't' come
Apparently has been heard. George Garner, if the living's good asked I her, why don't .aior J g'." "" ; I"r @f"!::, ,.'_,''. '2|

assistant city manager, said the city has plans to you get another station? Weren't nothing I could,do, though.' J.f;

,.. preserve the'old building. Not'that it's going,to do She frowned angrily and said "Gulf's! not giving us Bethel said he never had to go to court during the

Bethej' any good. ,preliminary study, Gdrner',said, any more pumps or products even if we relocated, condemnation proceedings. His interests, were
"is to justify keeping the building, but It will be more ,down the street." handled by a lawyer who negotiated with the city
in the area of a comfort station than anything else. It Bethel is a short man who likes to talk. He is, prou'dof attorney, Bethel said.

conI'be a gas station, cars won't have access to ,the the collection of newsy clips about himself he has One afternoon the..lawyer ,called Bethel at the'page

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station. Gulf Oil's Jacksonville district, siad "Frankly I didn't reminisced.Last .
They first offered $1,000 but Bethel refused. Shortlythe know he was losing the station, but under federal November he had a tumor near his right eye

lawyer called again, this time saying the offer was guidelines, he should get an allocation if .he had an removed: It was draining his sight, and he said he still
$1,500. Again Bethel said no. Finally the lawyer allocation In 1972." \ may lose the eye. An elbow shattered as a'child sohe
called and said the last offer would be for $2,500. At Ben Vickers, Gulf sales representative said,Bethel ,cou.ld'never ,straighten it, has wasted him: for any
this figure, he capitulated, Bethel said. couldn't get a dealership because of the "limited heavy work. That elbow also "kept me out of the
And so It was gone?out of his hands. number of outlets." But he could have one '"if and army," he: grinned.
Bethel said he tried to get another location with when a dealer wants to get out."
Bethel refuses to abandon his dreams, though. He
Gulf, but he was told there was a long waiting list for As for building Bethel a new station, or moving the
is member of a local antique auto club and keeps a
Still he had his
stations. name put on the list. Merritt advocated dollars
present one as were. a
stable of three'old cars, a 1930 Chevrolet, a 1940
Bethel said he was told Gulf "couldn't transfer my problem, Vickers said. ,
Hudson. The Hudson is called "a
Pontiac anda 55
gas allocation" to another location, even if by some "It would be expensive to install tanks and a lift," "
Hollywood Wasp, he boasted quietly. "It's a rare
miracle he found one. he said. So Bethel is left holding nothing..
kind of cat. Not too of them made. I like old
He claimed Gulf was trying "to weed out" small Gas stations have been his life. 'The only think I many
places like his. "You won't see small independents overdone was fool around in service stations, It's 0111 I things.

anymore," he said. know," Bethel said. At 32, he has been "fooling Another of his ambitions is to learn to fly. He went
His station does pretty well selling 10,000 gallonsof around" in them for 22 years. up last week with a friend of his."He let me handlethe
gasoline a month, a small turn over compared to The only other work he has done is some farming asa controls," Bethel said his hands grasping an' Invisible -
stations which move 40-50,000 per month, Bethel said. boy in Tennessee and later in Florida. "We used to control wheel. "I've never soloed though."
Gulf doesn't like to mess with the bookwork or haveto take the mule out and plow the fields all day with
pay for truckers to deliver gas to the smaller him. My dad said not to tire him out by riding him "Maybe I'll buy me a plane someday' he mused.
stations, he theorized. back at the end of the day, but we always did and "Always wonder what I'll be doing! next year:" He
However, Jack W. Smith, marketing supervisor for jumped off just before 'we got home," BethelUF shrugged.. "I don't know."Xfirst


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You don't have to be rich to camp just energetic. :
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*Group Parties t Stanton 681. Y:: ::.I
Hayrides. Picnics EEE Cartridge 'Technics $1$1::

Any outdoor event We carry sleeping bags and tents by North Face, worth $82.00.Record reg. 560.00tiff:

Camp 7, Ascente, Eureka and Mountain Products, SALE 350.00 :
Complete Horsecare We handle the best lines of backpacks in Kelty, Jan I Care .::.:.

Facilities Sport, North Face and Universal, with Day-Packs fi EquipmentRegistration ,. Technics. i i.::::::::
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freeze dried foods from Mountain House, Rich- ends '.;;,;: :.....:. reg..860.00 ::

Over 700 Acres Moor and Wilsons. An excellent selection. 'with at 4:00: pm Saturday. '. !'.rt SALE 525.00 m
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