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.I.I"t'd by Campus Communication Inc.. Gainesville, Florida Not ,officially outdated with the University of Florida.Regents ,




back tuition hike





,. By KAREN MEYER FEES PER CREDIT HOUR under the new plan will be threaten several programs.
Alligator Staff Writer $14 tor lower division courses, $15 for upper division courses, REALIZING THE tuition increase adds financial burdento
$20 for graduate level courses and $22 for thesis and the students, the regents proposed forming the new
PENSACOLA Over strenous protests of students and dissertation hours. financial aid fund.
faculty from Florida's state universities the Board of Regents Instead ,of transferring 10 per cent, or 23 cents, out of Regent Marshall Harris said the fund would '"not be
Monday voted to recommend to the Florida Legislature an activity and service fees into a new financial aid fund as was governed by federal standards," and would be more. accessible
increase in tuition.: originally proposed, the regents have reduced the amount to to students from middle income families..
The plan, adopted, will have Florida students eventually be transferred to 13 cents. Gainesville regent Jack McGriff was the only regent to vote
paying for 30 per cent of their education. Out-of-state Students now pay $2.27 per credit hour in activity and against the new tuition plan.
students will pay 100 per cent of the cost. service tees, which are allocated by each university's student Out-of-state students would be paying $37 per credit hour
When the legislature convenes in April it can either ap- government.The for lower level courses, $47 for upper level, $57 tor graduatelevel
prove the plan, veto It, or fail to act on it. If legislature regents dropped the original 23 cents to 13 cents after courses and $59 for thesis and dissertation hours.
doesn't take any action on the proposal, it will automaticallytake students from five state universities told the regents finance MEDICAL, DENTAL and veterinary students from
effect in September; committee"last week that a 10 per cent cut would seriously Florida will be paying $338 a quarter, with out-of-state
students paying $775.
a aw f The new tuition schedule for fall is the first phase of a planto
y v 8 Y AC aM \4 woq have Florida students pay 30 per cent of the cost of their

education, and out-of-state students pay 100 per cent.
The regents will phase in the 30 per cent cost to be borne by
r students over a two year period for upper level, a three-year
period for graduate level and a five-year period for medical,
dental and veterinary instruction.A .
shortage in anticipated state revenues, rising costs and a
mandate from Gov. Reubin' Askew that the state universities
operate next year within the 1974.75 budget level, has meanta
hiring freeze and other budget cutbacks for Florida's nine
state universities.
FACED WITH cutbacks and the need to generate additional
revenue, Regent Chester Ferguson said after lookingat
all the alternatives, increasing tuition. is the method "least
damaging to the university system."
There is no guarantee that ,the added state revenues
generated by the tuition increase $7.5 million will r be

.' 3sapv returned to the state university system, said Harris.
r The legislature can appropriate that money however it sees
tit, he said.
State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said! if
the money was returned to the university system, it could
k
4 sustain 150-160 out of 288 faculty positions. currently not
funded by the governor's budget request for next year.
REGENTS CHAIRMAN Marshall Criser said the regents
might not apply the money to those positions if it were
returned to the ,universities, but might instead apply it to
.
salary increases to help meet the rising cost of living. .
photo by george kochonicc jr. The regents removed from consideration a proposal to cut
Serenity threatenedThese the number of entering freshmen systemwide by 15 per cent,
pending the legislature's action on the proposed tuition in

members of a camping group in Ocala National mosphere;, following arrests two years ago. For crease.The regents also voted not to recommend decreasing the

Forest practice a yoga position in a more serene at- complete. story;, see page 8. number of out-of-state fee waivers, and to eliminate the
current distinction between undergraduate and graduate

Askew hits universities waivers.Each university< may then disburse its fee waivers "in'a way
best suited to its needs."
THE REGENTS also adopted a resolution presented by the
State Council of Student Body Presidents opposing a proposalto
have each operating unit in the university pay for its ad-
with biggest budget cut ministrative costs.
Currently all units' administrative costs such as per
sonnel, paper work and purchasing- are paid for out of the
By TOM SHRODER Education and General budget.
,Alligator' Staff Writer Alexia Hart, president of the State Council of Student Body
Flonda Gov. Reubui Askew .recommended to the Presidents,suggests the regents look at a tuition cap.
legislature Monday that the 1975-1976 university system She suggested the maximum tuition be set at a 14 credit
budget request be slashed by $84 million- million less than hour load tor undergraduates and at 13 credit hours for
this year's budget.: graduate students. Students would not be charged for hours
The$6 million decrease In university system appropriations taken beyond those loads.
.for 1975.1976 is part of a $153 million state-wide cut HARRIS SAID after the meeting that if the students had
.recommended? in Askew's budget message to the legislature. suggested,the. regents adopt the proposed schedule, with a
tuition cap, rather than opposing the tuition schedule, the cap
IF APPROVED by the legislature this spring Florida'snine
could have been this fall.
state universities will suffer the first funding decrease in implemented
The regems also approved a request from UF to transfer
recent history. t $800,000 from within its budget to enable UF to meet its
The of Askew's recommendations for UF > ., ; '
implication ,. .x .:Y.. .........'. faculty payroll.
.include: : "t.. .;. .!t.n'.. UF Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert
: ,. .".. .. "
The elimination of 109 faculty positions already cut ..io&.1'
.... ,said week in UF
March I at Askew's suggestion. The cut'multed in the $(0" Bryan last that "sometime April or May"
.,termination of 19 UF interim .professors.The < would not have sufficient funds to meet its payroll
possible termination of as many as I 11 J UF faculty, J The money, as recommended by. the regents finance
'positions in addition to the 109 already cut. committee will be transferred from five sources: $250,000
.. No salary increases for faculty graduate students, or from Auxiliaries, $100,000 from Sponsored Research;
career'service employees.; $150,000 from Unrestricted Grants; $200,000 from the Institute -
GOV. REUBIN ASKEW of Food and Agricultural Services; and $100,000 from

See "Budget" page 10) proposes$84 million budget cut the J. Hillis Miller Health Center.

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(UPD)-The Democraticand provision should be made for resettling
Republican leaders of the Senate called several thousand Cambodians. "Slaughtercan
separately Monday tor the removal of be anticipated if we don't get them out,"
President Lon Nol as a way to end the he told reporters.
rebellion in Cambodia. Scott's position differed from that
They said his supporters should be resettled statement by President Ford at a news
elsewhere to prevent the "blood-bath" which conference Thursday night."I .
President Ford and others have predicted if don't believe it's the proper role of this
Phnom Penh falls to.the,CommunistbackedKhmer r government to ask the head of another state 99' .
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Rouge rebel forces.: $4
to.resign., Ford said. .
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I -Justice Dekle : resignsTALLAHASSEE stylesto SHOESCONGRATULATIONS.

choose from
(UPI)-The resignationof and a search for a successor was immediatelybegun.
Florida Supreme Court Justice Hal Dekle .
was accepted Monday by Gov. Reubin Askew
Dekle's resignation comes in the wake of a
Charges dropped Florida House impeachment investigation
against him and two other Justices. Joseph .
Boyd and David McCain.
against Strachan "

WASHINGTON (UPI) At the Both McCain and Boyd have denied they .
prosecution's request.. U.S. District Judge will resign. : .".... ,max;<:. '
John J. Sirica Monday dismissed all .
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Watergate cover-up charges against former Askew accepted Dekle's resignation
White House Aide Gordon C. Strachan.
Monday and immediately began searching fora
Prosecutor Gerald Goldman asking that r
successor to serve the remaining one and 18
the immunization charges be dropped given Strachan said Monday for the his months left of Dekle's six year term on' the ...to those who have earned the right to graduate.
Supreme Court. You've worked hard and deserve
testimony at the 1973 Senate Watergate recognition.
hearings raised "substantial issues of law on For all the extras that go with graduation come see
which he (Strachan) might have ultimately Hills// t us. We have graduation apparel available class rings
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prevailed. sworn and scrolls of appreciation for family and friends. We
"I 1 certainly concur" John M. Bray.Strachan's also have a service to mount and-or laminate your
lawyer said during the five-minute WASHINGTON (UPI) Carla Anderson
lflhIIIlIlI diploma and other
documents.
special We can help
hearing. "We're very "gratified., Hills was sworn in Monday as Secretary of make
In Salt Lake City. Utah Strachan said he"as Housing and Urban Development-the third your special day very meaningful. Come see us.
"delighted"with dismissal of the charges. woman to serve in the Cabinet.
Recalling his comment to the Senate President Ford presiding over the oath- '
Watergate Committee that he would counsel taking ceremony in the East Room of the < .,., ."
young people to "stay away" from govern- White House said that during this time of
ment service Strachan said he still sticks with economic recession Hills is "the best qualified
that advice person for this very demanding position." .: I .

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assistants fight ,




for say in bargaining unitsBy

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the regents denied the rights of faculty to licient interest to merit being put on the
Alligator Staff Writer collectively bargain. A University of North ballot.
Florida department chairman was told by the AAUP-FLA., the second to qualify on the
The United Faculty of Florida (UFF) regents he could not participate in collective collective bargaining ballot, was required to
argued to include graduate assistants in all bargaining activities and still maintain his submit authorization cards from 10 per cent
bargaining units at the first'formal hearing on position as chairperson.UFF of the faculty in the university system.
collective bargaining in Tallahassee Monday. also brought what Megill called a The commission rule making it possible for
UFF called seven witnesses, three of whom technical question intended to take their any union to submit authorization cards from
were UF graduate assistants, to support rivals, the AAUP-Fla. off the ballot for fewer than 30 per cent of faculty may be
including graduate assistants in bargainingunits collective bargaining agent. overturned by a joint legislative committee on
,contrary to the Board of Regents' stated "We challenged the presence of AAUP-Fla. the Administrative Procedures Act.
position. in the hearing," Megill said. The challenge The regents will present their case NORMAN MARKR
THE FORMAL HEARING, conducted by stated that AAUP-Fla. had not shown suf- beginning tomorrow. The issue here is simple. .
the Public Employes Relations Commission,
was called to solve the disputes among different
size of faculty bargaining unions units.and the regents on the Senate votes on new election code I

UFF has maintained graduate assistants LESLIE GOLAY .
By limits on campaign advertising.AS election commission.The
are state employes and should be included in Alligator Staff Writer AMENDED THURSDAY, this new campaign advertising ,limits, as
any bargaining discussions.' The Student Senate may hold an extra commission would be comprised of six amended at the Thursday meeting would
Dr. Ken Megill, UFF state secretary, said 12:30 a.m.meeting Wednesday along with the members. Two members shall be appointedby replace money guidelines with limits on
the UFF believes university job descriptions regular 7:30 p.m. meeting unless the new:, the student body president, two appointedby newspaper ad inches and radio and televisionair
compiled by the regents to help define Student Senate Government election codes the chancellor of the Honor Court and two time.
bargaining units have "no relationship" to passed without amendments.: elected by the Student Senate. THE NEW AMENDMENT would increase
the actual jobs."WE'RE "We will keep meeting until it gets done," "The commission would be, set up to take advertising limits because senators com
ARGUING that the unit should Kevin Malone senate president, said. decisions out of the hands of people involvedin plained'that' the limits were inadequate and
be determined by the functions people THE SENATE met Thursday at a special elections," Malone said. they wanted more advertising time, accordingto
perform" Megill said. meeting to consider technical changes in the No member of the commission would hold Malone.
Dr. Norman Market, UFF state president, election code which passed its'first reading at a position in, Student Government, be a'I The' bill would also prohibit campaign
said in his opening statement Monday, "The last'Tuesday night's meeting.If candidate for elective office or a'participant in 'posters on trees, designate where posters
efforts of the Board of Regents to turn passed tonight without any new any campus political party. could be placed in certain buildings if area
collective bargaining into a 'complicated'case amendments, the new bill will become law PRESENTLY, the Factfinding Board housing allowed it, and would limit the size of
tc postpone this hearing as long as possible, and be put into practice for the spring quarter investigates campaign complaints and the posters.Sen. .
and to extend it once it begins, are a part of a elections. Honor Court invalidates elections in case of Sue Cline added an amendment to the
consistent attempt ,to deny faculty and The proposed bill,,drafted by Student Body campaign violations. election bill which would allow up to $500 for
professional employes their'rights to bargain President Steve Merryday and President Pro Under the new bill,the Honor Court would any additional publications, promotion or
collectively." Tern David Card well, would create a student still have the power to invalidate any election, advertising materials.
THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION of election commission to handle election but the power to investigate campaign This is mainly for candidates who have
University Professors (AAUP) charged that violation allegations and would place strict violations would rest only with the proposed offices and phone lines," she said.

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: financingFrank i


distinguished Mankiewicz visiting, word ""quality in our advertising

professor at UP.will speak on

the Financing""Pros and Tuesday Cons of night Public at: Once again we'd like to tell you whatwe

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Center, 1738 W. UniversityAve.
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mean by '
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a citizen's, lobbying group. .., .
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New sorority
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gets, charter;

A new sorority. Delta i
Sigma Theta will receive its "
,charter tonight at 7:45: in the
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J. Wayne Reitz -Union \
Auditorium.The I'- : qi4+ C.:
program will include a
speaker. Yvonne Kennedy
national officer of the
sorority and a reception '.

following the ceremony. .. ... ,' .
The sorority was founded in ..-,. ",
1913 as a national service .
.organization.. ( Our brewery in,1844. ) %.-,
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talks tonightDr. Blue Ribbon quality means the best tasting beer you can

Rodolfo Stavcnhagen,
director of the' Center for get. A quality achieved only by using the finest'ingredients
Sociological Studies. El ,

Colegio"Peasants de Mexico.in will Social speakon and, by adhering to the most rigid of brewing standards. ,

Change" at 8 Tuesday nightin
Room 427 Grinter Hall.
The I anthropologist'sspeech In Milwaukee, the beer capital of the world, Pabst Blue
will be sponsored by

the Colloquium.HOME Latin. American Ribbon_ continues to be the overwhelming best. seller

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By STEPHEN< BERGMAN Station manager Montana Now WGVL is a more What Montana has tried to 3
Alligator CorrespondentWGVL (alias Bill Thacker)is aware of mature station, trying to live do, and with a good deal of
is Gainesville's only responsibility WGVL has down its hippie past and success, is to achieve that r.
fM rock station. That in itselfis both to the majority of its trying to progress into balance ,where the sponsorsfeel :
a funky reality, You might listeners and to it's sponsors. contemporary programming. they reach the widest ;
think that WGVL has it MONTANA CAN recall Another reality that the audience'hile the $ T r> f u
made that it has complete what it was like when WGVLstarted station faces is money. Man programming remains
freedom to program as they out, "We were that does not live on bread alone tasteful and appealing to
please. weird station, playing Jimi nor does a station make it on most people..
Actually that's not true. Hendrix and crazy rock." good vibes. WGVL IS NOT a
progressive,station. But don't
me You can count
get
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'''''-1 '' .I; \ hour,the track of their choice
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LJ 2 : : ; ,, and tasty tracks."
OR LOUSY PROGRAMMING? photo by george l kochonlec i'- THESE ARE ALBUMSthat NOW THAT'S EITHER with limited funds (just about

:depends on how you view programming are the most popular great or lousy programming everyone I suppose) it's
according to trade magazinesand depending on how you feel generally tough darts.
also includes albums the music should function. Actually on Friday and
management feels are "in But most people in Saturday nights, during the
Real women portrayed teresting and playworthy." Gainesville seem happy with graveyard shift: lonesome

For the most part, the DJ s WGVL. If they weren't Harry (alias banana neck tie)
are given free rein over their WGVL would be flooded with' tries his best to play music
Review by And yet none of the men in the film are show. The quality or non- phone calls. that gets overlooked during
SONYA BOOTII villains. When Alice cries in bed because her quality depends on: the individual Yet most requests rarely normal air time.,
husband would rather watch TV than talk to DJ. stray from standard fare. FOR THOSE who dig
"Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" is the her he looks distressed. He just doesn't know Still the prime time DJs If this happened then the Miles Davis Can, Mingus,
first movie I've ever seen about real women., how to be kind; all he knows to do is reach a have to be aware of listener station would be more than Coltrane. Soft Machine, the
Not women who are bitches or whores, or clumsy hand over to hold her.'The scene is an taste-or what he thinks happy to accomodate them. Mothers (non-dental floss)
objects draped across heroes' arms which the honest portrayal of the pain and conflict in listener taste is thought to be. Furthermore, WGVL etc.: Harry is a blessing in
audience knows will have to be rescued male-female relationships."Alice Montana described a seems to hit audience taste on disguise.
sometime before the two hours, is up It's a Doesn't Live Here Any More" also typical day's program as target as area record store Don't forget though
film about real women, young and mid- shows faithfully the strong bond of friendshipand mellow in the morning, a little sales generally reflect WGVL depends on you,the
dleaged who look, think and talk like women kinship that exists between women-a funkier in the afternoon, WGVL'S programming.BUT listener.If .
united front of love and advice against their rocking solidly by the middleof WHAT about that you've, got someting to
do.Not that "Alice" is a serious movie, or a common enemy. The relationships ,between the day and by early poor soul whose musical tasteis say, let the station know
political feminist statement. It's just the first Alice and her next door neighbor Bea, and 'evening when people are a bit more adventuresomethan about it. ....
film made in at least five years where womenare Alice and Flo. a fellow,waitress in Tucson, are home tired after a hard day, most? Well he can The airwaves belong to
the main characters and the men are only moving because they are so true-to-life.; The the music eases up.a bit. listen to records, but for those everyone.
mentioned in connection with them insteadof women ,understand Alice's problems because
the opposite.But they want the same things and they have
besides that it's also a very good shared the same pains. "Honey I've been I
movie.' Alice played by Ellen Burstyn, wide dumped on by kings" Flo says. George Stevens dies
hips and all is 'married to a dull and bad-
tempered Coca-Cola truck driver. She tries The dialogue in the film sounds so right it's '
very hard to please him,and she is even a little as if the actors and actresses were ,talking Lancaster. Calif. '(UPI-Academy) award More the Merrier" in 1943.
bit afraid of him. among themselves instead of reciting winning Director George Stevens who made HE WAS 17 when he arrived in Hollywood
Then he is killed. And Alice. who hasn't memorized lines. Alice's son is especially such films as "Giant," "Shane" and "The during an era of hand-cranked cameras and
worked in IS years has to find a way to good. He's a pain in the ass sometimes but Greatest Story Ever Told," died of a heart megaphones, and his first job, was as an
support herself and her 12-year old smart- he's intelligent, and he's actually a decent and attack Saturday night. He was 70. assistant to a cameraman. He doubled as a
assed son.. She always wanted fo be a singer, sympathetic kid. He's so real you'd swear you Stevens, a two-time winner of the Oscar for stunt man. worked as a gag writer until he
and even had a job singing in a classy hotel in knew him. best director, had been vacationing in this eventually moved up to chief camerman, and
Monterey before she married. Now', suddenlyand In tact, the only weak part\'in "Alice high desert community with his wife ,Joan, helped launch Laurel and Hardy to their'
terrifyingly freed from what was both Doesn't Live Here Any More' is Kris who took him to Lancaster Hospital when comedy success.
prison and security, she decides at 35 it's not KristotTerson and the happy ending. You ,he complained of not feeling ,well earlier
too late to fulfill her ambitions never get'inside the character he'supposed Saturday. '. Some of his other films included "Gunga
You have got to admire Alice. She's broke. to be-the good guy, a man with the strengthto A FAMILY friend said Stevens had asked Din" in 1939, "1 Remember Mama," in 1947,
she's scared and after 15 years of housewife let a woman do and be what she wants.,1 for medication to help him sleep and he diedin and "The Only Game In Town" in 1968.
drudgery. she doesn't have too much self- couldn't understand his rapid conversion, and his sleep. But Stevens': most ambitious film effort was
confidence left. But when she gets her hair I thought marrying Alice off to him in the last Stevens was one of the last of the giants of as director and producer of the 1959 epic:
done and goes out to find her first job she, 15 minutes was almost a negation of motion picture directing, beginning his film "The Greatest Story Ever Told," a film on the
uses every tactic she can including .that time- everything the film had been saying up to that career as a teen-ager in the late 1920' at the life of Christ that starred Max,Von Sydow.
tested device, tears. She won't give up. point. old Hal Roach Studios, turning out the two. The film also featured Charlton Heston,
And Alice doesn't have it easy. either. Despite the flaw, "Alice Doesn't Live Here reel comedies Laurel and Hardy.He Van Hetlin, Jose Ferrer, Sidney 'Poiter and
Women alone especially middleaged women Any More" is still the funniest, most honest won the Academy Award in 1951 for John Wayne and Dorothy McGuire.
alone, hardly ever do. The film shows in and most human movie made in a long time. directing Place In The Sun," and won the Stevens is survived by his widow Joan, anda
chilly clarity how often men use their It's an interesting alternative to watching Oscar again .in 1956 tor "Giant:' son 'George Stevens Jr., a producer in his
intimidate women, with Robert Redford romp around with Paul Stevens also won Oscar nominations' own right. who director. of the American

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In recommending: tuition hike to the Florida 1kI

Legislature today the Board of Regents tried to
include a kind of cushion for 'those students who

won't be able to absorb the increase.

f The regents are recommending that the ac-

{ tivities and services fees portion of tuition- $kIi kI\\

; 4 currently $2.27 per credit hour-be reduced to '
$2.14. That 13 cent reduction would amount to :

about ,$600,000 system-wide, and would be put

into a financial aid fund.

Frankly, we aren't sure one way or the other if '
{ the tuition hike is justified. We're aware that the MAC IN

r economic crunch has hit the state university

system too. Gov. Askew yesterday released his

proposed next year's budget, which takes more
than half its $153 million in cuts from education.But .
'
we also assume that if the tuition hike goes WHO \KILLED WHOM?
into effect, many students will be able to absorb it,
albeit with difficulty. We're concerned about those
I who won't be able to continue their educations A relapse of Watergatitis

with tuition.So
.
higher -
(
we tend to agree in principle with the regents' His eyes glued to the microscope, the doctor stood solemnly
proposal to reduce the activities fees portion of studying the scrap of Indigested-Florida Crocodile on high [ MARK SUTTON
tuition and put the difference into financial aid. objective. I
"WHAT IS IT?" 1 asked.
But UF Student Body President Steve Merrydayand "
"Watergatitis, the answer came in a low whisper.
Treasurer Greg Sherman don't. Sherman feels "Huh?" SATIREj
there are more "appropriate" places to take "Watergatitis..it's come back." ------

financial aid money, though he's vague about their "I don't understand."
location. "It's come back again. I've watched it from the very petty funds secrecy grandstand politics by those running,
first."he mumbled coherently, "from the early 1950's when it and much more. Watergatitis if I've ever seen it."
Sherman does make that under the
a good point
first appeared with McCarthyism through attacks on "What happened over the summer?"
regents' plan, activities fees taken from a UF everyone in the 60's and all the way up to its peak before "WE THOUGHT WE HAD a cure, but it must have been
student's tuition might very well go to subsidizethe Nixon resigned. I felt sure we had it licked.. temporary. The Stewed Government injected money into the
education of a student at, say, Florida State "WHAT CAUSED IT?" I asked, confused. Crocodile to keep it from sinking fast. Evidently it wasn't
University.It The doctor threw up his hands. "Who knows? Boredom totally successful."
perhaps a yen for the good old days of yellow journalism, "What do you mean?"
last that student
was just year governments at cyclamates .any number of things. All medical science "Well, it worked great for awhile. It kept the Crocodile
the state's nine universities were given power to knows that once it starts it can reach epidemic proportions from attacking the administration and Stewed Government,
allocate the activities fees so we can understandSG quite rapidly. No one is safe sometimes it does good and but there were unfortunate side-effects. Stop and think: with
officials may feel a'bit burned when less thana influences reforms but generally becomes quite malacious." all the financial problems, enrollment hassles registration
year after they are given allocation power the "'eeZo" I"said stunned "it sounds serious. What are the quagmires increased prices, Servan-atom atrocities teacher
symptoms? and graduate lay-offs and so on, how often has the Croc
with their
regents are tampering power base. "In the irritation with minor inefficiencies
beginning stages gotten into the fray and attempted strike out as it once did
On the whole, we haven't found a great deal of of those in power irrational and illogical under the influence of Watergatitis? The cure worked too
fault with the way the seven-member Activitiesand moralistic complaints" he pointed at, the parchment still well. No more spunk. What we have now is a relapse of some
Services Fees Advisory Committee and the under observation."See, here is an example. .the Crocodile's sort although !I'm not sure."
criticism of marmishmellow and the Honored
keeping Court "
"How
Student Senate allocated the this come?
money year.
Proceedings open. The accused students have a right to
"It's beginning to spread throughout the country again.
But we do wonder how the other 27,000 UF
privacy before being convicted in case they are innocent, but
Cases as far north as the Washington Roast newspaper are
students, who are paying the fees and who SG is the Croc insists on otherwise. Remember how they called up being reported. Diagnosis of a new strain have been croppingup
supposed to represent, feel about the way the one student's parents about his cheating? Think of what in labs everywhere.."
would happen if only a list of those accused ? It
came out all "A "
will be appropriated for next new strain?
money year.
started here and has like wildfire
those
spread to anxious to
"Uh-huh. Some call it the Gerald Jitters or the Slump
Would they be satisfied, for instance if
make waves and a name for themselves. In the advanced "
Mumps, but the is
most term Fordaphobia.
common
$886,274 of their money went to the J. Wayne stages one sees dogmatic statements sensationalism, and a "But what can we do?"
Reitz Union, while another $348,506 went to the general lack of rational thinking." "I don't know this new strain appears to be quite resilientand
it did this HE PAUSED FOR a second and shook his head sadly. have "
Athletic Association, as year? an unusual. .
"When did the Crocodile first infected?" I .
The fees committee is now holding public get said."Don't "Doctor. .LOOK!" I pointed to the scrap of newspaper
know exactly but we can pinpoint the beginning under the microscope. It'had just doubled in size and was
hearings on next year's budget, which Sherman sometime around the start of last year; I'm sure the Senate turning a bright yellow. The doctor test tube and
grabbed a
estimates will be in the area of $2.5 million, even Hearings on TV had a lot to do with it. The Crocodile's began chasing the paper as it scuttled out the door. He
with the regents-proposed cuts.We'd syndrome reached its peak with Tired Boyher and the Stewed stopped in the doorway and turned, his face in shock:
like to see the committee hold one or Government Elections. There were references to illegal use of "We're too late."

maybe several public hearings to see if students
want some of their fees to go into a financial aid'

fund. In other words, give the students who pay The Independent David, Smith, Terri wood

the money the right to decide whether they want Editor.in.chief Managing Editor

more ping-pong tables or more scholarships and Florida Alligator

loans. .
(ill .
Umtiicctt/ .
If there was considerable sentiment to see David lairs Conno Brugman Brian Jones
activities fees spent on financial aid, and if the EP_ News Editor layout Editor Layout Editor

program was set up by UF's own student com R.A 'Tony' Kendzior . . . .. . . ... . . . . .C.nerol
mittee, it would be assured the money would go to James V.Cook . . . : . .. . . . .Assistant C.nerol Manager
. . . .. .:. Manager Published by
UF And students themselves could Mf1. everyn Best . . . . ,Administrative
students. set Anne Malpt-luf1 . . .a .. . . . . . Assistant 'CA"I pll" Conininnif iOIl'". !I"''
up the program from the amount of money to C. Ro ji Shipp' . .. : . .q II: . '.. . . Bookkeepet
who's eligible.Students Tom MacNamara . . . ... ... .. .. . . . . . Business. Manager P.O. Box 13266 University
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might just convince their SG Donna Lubrano '.' . "t""''L;....... '.' . . . . Advertising Manog"r offices behind tti* College 'Inn,
representatives that the $9,500 they allocated for Acey Harper .r ....,..1 1 ...".',.. .. ... .'. . . .Special Advertising Sections Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue.
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I The Independent Florida Alligator.Tuesday.March ii, 1975. rage 7

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The town and gpwn' syndrome.




Have you ever noticed how much Gainesville resembles a to get UF located: in Gainesville) UF has been the sacred cow
military town? of the community.

IFyOU( HAVE never had the pleasure living say in UF let's face it put Gainesville 'on.the map .and DOUG HATCH
Fayetteville, N.C. or Norfolk, Va., there is invariably in these provided a lot of jobs for Gainesville residents either; directly
towns something called the "strip," consisting of several or indirectly through the students.

blocks just outside the main gate of the base lined with UF WAS INDUCED to the city with, a promise of free STAFF COLUMNISTO'Connell ;
massage parlors, civilian tailors, military tailors, pin ball water forever, (this was the best the city could do because
palaces, insurance companies, realtors, haberdashers, pawnshops electricity would not, be put in until 1912.)
and a heck of a lot of bars. So the sacred the and turned thumbs downon
cow came to city everything was to I Robert 0- Marston have
Now Gainesville also has a strip lined with sandwich shops, hunky dory, at least for a while. the request.So .
haberdashers, dress shops, speciality shops, insurance and By 1950 chinks in the armor began: to appear in the the city decided to move the station to a N.W. 17th St.
realty companies but no massage parlors and fewer bars., solidarity of the city and UF when the city began to demand and Fifth Ave., but they didn't count on the resistance of local:
In military towns there is also typically a resentment that UF pay for the water which they supposedly were to residents.At .
between the locals and the military, which Gainesville' seemsto receive free. two meetings the local'residents protested the move, at
share. A MINOR GROUNDSWELL has been rising in the past the first saying they didn't want it in their area and at the
IN NORFOLK,VA. a Navy town, totally dependent on the few.years to make UF become a part of the city (which it second demanding it be put on UF.
Navy for its survival, it is called the "Sailors and Dogs Keep legally is not even though the city limits pass through INTERESTINGLY ENOUGH many of these residents
ofT the Grass" syndrome, after a sign which allegedly once campus)and begin to pay for things it hasn't had to pay for in were UF professors or employees.This .
decorated the grounds of,the Norfolk City Hall. the past.A is only one part of a situation which if allowed to grow
In Gainesville it is called the "town and gown" syndrome.The clear example of this was the problem of relocating Fire could become a problem for not only the "University City"
syndrome is common in varying degrees in all Station Number Two. and UF, but particularly for the students.
university and college towns particularly where the college is Several years ago the city decided to relocate and expandthe The Sacred Cow is dead and the sooner the cow realizes it
the town's chief industry as in Gainesville. station currently located in a ghetto area of Northwest the better for one can show resentment far better toward a
OTHER COLLEGE TOWNS report varying degrees of I 10th. St.Since person say a student then on a building or university.
harassment of students by the local citizenry, institutions and most of the calls for that station went to the campus UF is a vital part of this community, it provides culture,
government, which has largely not come to Gainesville. anyway and a West University Ave. site would be advantageous education medical facilities and some degree of grace, but it
But can it happen here? You bet it can. the city asked to locate: the station on either the cannot remain an isolated college campus behind a wall of us
Since the early days when UF moved to the city (reportedlyat R.O.f.C. drill field 'or on the soccer: field. and them. I f it does the resentment will grow and as it grows it
one late night meeting the cash flowed like water to officials BUT SUCCESSIVE UF Presidents from Stephen C. will get worse for the students who are stuck in the middle.


Candidacy opposedEDITOR I ADVICE; AND DISSENTCommentary



: The purpose of this is to expressmy TilE ALLIGATOR quoted) you saying, .
feeling about the recent announcement by "Whether they (students) like it or not SG is lacks bodyEDITOR
Ms. Alyce McAdam of her candidacy for there it's a reality and they can't i ignore it."
Student Body President.MS. Note the reference to students as "they"
MCADAM contrary to what you may instead of "we." Ms. McAdam we are : Will you kindly rocketed the world over. Vast though our government is
believe we do not attend the University of ignoring SG as best we can. And those who improve the quality of the and indiscriminate plundering convulsively motivated by
Equal Rights. And the main objective of are not ignoring it voted for major reform ofSG funk you call "comment" on of geometrically avarice and political expediency
students here does not concern passage of the by a six to one margin. This reform has your editorial page? As the decreasing (as a function of it was not the
ERA or the establishment of a rape counseling not occurred and you have said nothing cliche goes there really is "no theorld population) Congress who elected The
center. about reform. You did not even hint at it shortage of critical issues," resources is ignored by virtually Monster to office. Twice.
While I favor passage of the ERA and feel when you announced your candidacy. yet consistently you constipate every government.The EXCUSE MY
that the counseling center is a welcome addition Ms. McAdam I respectfully request you your opinion page with dead Superpowers have DIGRESSION but Richard
to the community, these are not acceptable withdraw your candidacy for Student Body issues like Cuba or space filler been thrown in the same cage Heilbroner's and Konrad
credentials for the office of presidentof president. That candidacy hurts Greg like Janis Mara's invariable with food for only one Lorenz' latest works have
the Student Body. If anything, they show Sherman's chances of re-election to the regarding Middle East oil. brought misanthropism into
your dedication to a special interest It works Treasurer's office, and it is a slap in the face jive.WHEN SOMEONE is And the politicoindustrialdegeneracy vogue. And though I still
against you. of every student who would like to see granted a regular or even we call Congressis believe the present maelstromis
Ms. McAdam. the students of the meaningful Student Government for a guest column, there'should be still doing everything wrong the fault of men not man I
University of Florida are sick and tired of change. some importance or at least as it has tor most of my life; ould at least like to see some
special-interest-oriented presidents. Tyrie THE LAST THING the University of essence to what they write. e.g., defense spending, recognition of the problem by
Boyer Steve Merry day, and now, N.O.W. Florida Student Body needs is another status The hollow rhetoric expressed domestic spending foreign your top eggheads. "Real life
Where will it end? Does this give you an idea quo type another special-interest oriented daily by most of your editorial aid health, educational and reflected in 'The Stepford
why a whopping I 11 I per cent of the total blatantly unqualified president. writers usually doesn't even welfare policies, prison Wives'." Cut me a break!
student body voted in the last election?( Rick Tolin 2UC compare with the "letters" reform. victimless crime For potential instruction on
column. reform automobile reform what superior editorial

Specifically, your Thursday tax restructuring urban writing is'. consult the
March b, editorial page renewal and crime control Gainesville Sun editorial
Salary hike too high illustrates my point. Mara's contamination control pages. I suggest also that you

piece on "the harsh realitiesof (pollution.) include your opinion. writers'credentials
the American housewife"wasn't In till these areas, our (year and major.)
EDITOR I saw the engineering professors and a trouble when the poor people. it blind. government is deliberately It's only fair.
of Florida'sorking class myopic-, was
proposed teacher salary few miscellaneous others I discover that they are paying Relief I was offered by Joseph doing the diametric oppositeof
increase table in Wednesday's doubt the average professors State Sabatella's reply to an earlier what is needed. And Greg Kroger3JM
taxes for over-budgeted
make 35.000 dollars
and I admit I cannot would
paper University Systems that only Mara article (which I con
If
else in society.
to anywhere
lind adjectives
printable
theell.on' can afford. At sciously avoided.) Max
either theyouldn't
exemplify my disapproval. they could about the"measly" least. I hope that somebody. Strader's piece at least Start a campaignfor
I'll put,my feeling this way: \\ complain whether teacher administrator pointed to the infantile
because
As a member of the not-so- $17,000 and naive
or politician gets pompous
wealthy student population. I they liked educating people into trouble. when that pretensions of those involvedin highway safetyNow
have no
would
am prepared to attract "less or we happens. "The Great UF Brownie
qualified" instructors. if it professors.In Like engineersand 'ode Violations of'75." And that traffic deaths have become a reailty for this
means being able to afford an general, I would think that businessmen, government when the orld is poised for a community, perhaps some people will shape up their driving
education. That may sound" most tax payers agree employees should be paid tor final war, a stable little island habits.
selfish and illogical, but let that government salaried jobs their production if this is to like Cuba is not the issue it Too often Mr.-Ms. Superego will say he-she can drive
me present :an interesting are overpaid (excluding remain a capitalistic equal perfectly well after only one six-pack and-or three joints, whenin
point of view. military) compared to most opportunity system., was.PRESENTLY, BABIES are reality the poor fellow has trouble.speaking clearly.
In my educational ex government jobs. I Richard I Rubin being starved abandoned and Sober people kill people too when they're careless.
perience at lJ F. I have observed Since everybody pays However drunk drivers kill 25.000 people every year. So if
that a. notable PhD educational taxes, everybody The you're friend is too far gone to drive but doesn't know it, don't
does not insure a qualified should be able to afford a 'IndependentFlorida just offer to drive home take the keys and do drive home.
If the
teacher. As a matter of fact. higher education. only Perhaps the Alligator should run pictures every week
terribly rich can afford. it, then only AlligatorDoug automobile and its drivers
many professors are showing what can happen to an
state
bored with junior level they should support the rich Dial Ron Cunningham :. hen it has been abused by a drunk or a stoner.
Otherwise
courses, and tell you to !schools., their children to Entertainment Editor Auociot Editor People always think it happens to other people, that it
discuss. your problems with should send won't happen to them. But now we know that death can
since they
the grad assistants. who are. a private school University George Kochonitt Jr. happen anytime on the road. Each and every one of you needsto
paid beans though they often (students) cost" the less fortunate Photo Editor start a personal campaign for highway safety, and riddingthe
and keep
do their job (teaching) more money roads of unsafe drivers.
conscientiously than the PhD. students from at Greg Forrtr Mind! Kwrnan. Buckje.up! It can saye,your life. It saved mine!
Except for a few of the tending. Sports Editor Aat. Newt Editor Robert Ensslin4UCI
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By DEBBIE IBERT r
Alligator Staff Writer

,
For three years they've been traveling down) to the Ocala "'"
National Forest with a group of friends to spend their inters
"
away from the snow and cold in Vermont '
But this season Phyllis Sherman, Bobby Klipper and Dan t,+ ), $ Mt
Drake had other reasons for making the trip. The trio is suing {
live officers from the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish ;.:....",!'; ,
Commission, and three Marion County deputy sheriffs for ;.." ",,' ',;'.1
$1.5 million. Ii: ,'" ,:: ...: ::' ;-" ; '

THE THREE CLAIM they were falsely arrested fingerprinted t ,.: ,;.,'.:(. ;,,.',
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/ ; photographed and imprisoned in 1972 on possession <" {':;;'i\
i'' of marijuana charges, even though officers searched them and ':

their belongings and found nothing. .. L
Their civil suit also charges a violation of constitutional ;" J. .. ,
rights claiming the officers had no cause or warrant for ,
searching.
f Charges against the three were later dropped, but they've
decided not to forgive and forget.

i FORMER UF ART STUDENT Phyllis Sherman 26. is still t -\i; .'. .:.,,;..... ,
bitter and shaken when she remembers being forcefully '.
from her 3-month-old Eric sheriffs official ; .. ,
separated son by a .. ,
who she said threatened her when she refused to let go of her ... .

\ baby. .
'\ Twenty-eight-year-old Dan Drake, a poet and Vietnam n 4YA
J veteran, said the incident has altered his nightmares from
} ones of being chased by guerillas through muddy rice fields tof .
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ones of confinement and interrogation by uniformed men. ._. M ,,- : ., "_' .

f Besides seeing compensatory and punitive damages Clockwise from top: Cabin belonging to writer Irving child together again after officers ordered her to hand
another reason for the suit. Bob Klipper said is to "stop the
Gestapo-like tactics of these game and fish officers. Fiske, scene of the arrest; one of the camp children, .the baby over campers reunite tn cabin to plan legal

f' THE SUIT ALSO challenges the ,authority of Marion cared for in cooperative atmosphere; mother and strategy.

County sheriff department officials to separate Phyllis photos by george kochaniec/
Sherman from her infant son.
... At the county jail, sheriffs deputies called a woman from I'hyllis said angrily. "Even though thousands of people go Varnes-no longer work for the game and fish commissiondue
the family services: division to pick up Phyllis' baby since camping in the country with their children. to "natural turnover of personnel" King said.
state regulations prohibit the jail from holding children. A HEARING in a judge's chambers Wednesday gave her PHYLLIS, Bobby and Dan said they don't smoke
Phyllis said she begged and pleaded with the officials for custody. of the baby, but only on the condition that she leave marijuana and whatever the officers found belonged to a t
"someone to stay with my son" because he'd been breast-fed the state within a month."I hired carpenter and his two girl friends.
since birth and asn't used to a bottle. The officers) told her it wasn't about to argue I Ilias terrified and I left." Phyllis "Ben Loomis and his friends might have had something in
was impossible and ordered her to hand the baby over. nul Eric returned to Vermont immediately.The their tents. But whatever it was,.it wasn't ours," Bobby ex
SHE SAID a ring of deputies backed her up against the I trouble began with an arrest just after Thanksgiving plained. "They were helping us build the cabin and their
wall and when she refused to give them her son,one of them- Nov. 26. 1972. in a public campjng ground on Lake Eaton: campsite was in the same vicinity as ours. It was a public
K.K. Williams-gripped her by the arm. As he squeezed I'liyllis. Bobby and Dan were staying there with other friends camping ground."
harder and harder she said he told her "If you don't give me .,I t' Vermont writer Irving Fiske while they helped rebuild Loomis was later convicted and paid a $52 fine. One of his
that baby I'm gonna twist your ear until you drop him." I iskc's cabin on Shoesole Lake. friends Elizabeth Marshall, received a $301 tine and one
Dan said he heard the threat from where he was being IT WAS 'AROUND 3:30 Sunday afternoon when three year's probation. The other girl Ann Terhune, was not found
booked in another room. ht-green: Plymouth Fury patrol cars of the game and fish guilty.
Julius F. Parker. Jr.: lawyer for the sheriffs departmentand aminmsion pulled into their camp. The six officers said they
DAN SAID when he arrested, he "How can
was protested
a member of the Florida Board of Regents, said the way were looking for "venison guns, and hunting contraband,"
he heard it, the mother "got belligerent and refused to aid Dan. you arrest" me when you haven't searched my tent or my
? He said the officers his
backtracked went
surrender the child" so the officers had to apply some Without search warrants, the officers began rummaging person through
pressure. I through all the tents and rifling the camping gear in the area, belongings and found nothing, but arrested him anyway.
"IF THE OFFICER did everything she said he did, he he said. When they found what appeared to be marijuana in A search of Phyllis' Volkswagen van also turned up clean, L -
definitely should not have" Parker continued. "But this suitis one of the tents, the officers told oil lour .people in the area but she too was arrested. It was particularly frustrating, she
said, that of the officers showed
had
none search warrants or
against false arrest, not assault they were under arrest.
Sgt. K.K. Williams himself admits they "had to persuadeher According to the game: and fish commission? arrest report any name or badge identification.'
to give the baby to the family services division." But she (ho officers were making a routine inspection of hunting The Florida Statutes give game and fish commission officers
handed him over he points out. "We never physically. took tamps. in the Lake Eaton area when they found five grams of the authority to search and arrest without warrant as
long as they have "probable cause and reason to.believe" that
the baby. marijuana smoking pipes and other "paraphernalia" in one
"No. I never took her by the arm. There was never any of the campsites. laws have been violated. t

physical contact, not that I recall," he said. SIX PERSONS-the four who were there and two who MAJOR J. B. JORDAN, the commisson's assistant law ..
PHYLLIS DID hand Eric over-through the bars that returned to the camp later-were 'each charged with the enforcement chief in Tallahassee, said his officers "probably ,
separate the office from the jail's corridor. "The look he gave (possession of five grams and the paraphernalia. Of course, have more authority than most peace officers. We have full
me," she said, shaking her head. "I'll never forget that look." "that doesn't mean there was 30 grams involved.." said Major arrest powers, plus a little more leeway where searching is
It was three days before she saw her son again. Hill King the regional manager. .*::;:: J< : concerned.
That night in jail the mother's breasts became swelled with Apparently, charged with possession of the He explained a point in the statutes that "no search without
milk and too painful for her to sleep. She was released the same pot. warrant shall be made under any of the provisions in this
next day and rushed over to family services to get her son, onlyto King made it.,. 'e was "not going to say anythingmore chapter," to mean that officers should get a warrant if they
be told she couldn't have him back. about it goes to court." can. But they can search without one if they have to. Jordan
"They told me a forest is not a good place for a child to be." Two of the .. -('.W. Clements and J.C. said. ..
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Dan and Phyllis, carrying her son. and two others were
hustled into the patrol cars of the fish and game commissionand
the sheriffs department, and taken to the Marion County
Jail for booking.

'WHEN BOBBY and Ben Loomis returned to the campsite,
at b p.m., they found their tents in disarray and their friends

MVtt gone. Officer David Albury stepped out of the bushes, pointeda
At 5 gun at them and told them they were under arrest Bobby
S' recalled. They too were taken to the Marion County Jail.
** r Dan. who said he can't stand to be cooped up in close
; I places spent two nights in a steel-walled "holding tank" and
> (( rl } three days In a.jail cell because he couldn't come up with the
$
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4 bond.
b' Bobby managed to scrape bond money together and got out
after 42 hours. Their and
? charges were dropped on Friday
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they both "got out of Ocala as fast as we could:

Phyllis, Bobby and Dan insist ,that they were falsely .
arrested and needlessly jailed They filed suit"on Nov. 26, '
N I 974-t0, years after their arrest and just hours before a two- ",
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...";' Way out in the pine Alligator and Staff palm Writer backwoods of the Ocala Not a I'

1. National Forest 67-year-old Irving Fiske shares his life with a
group :of creative young people.
Don't call them a commune he objects right away
,.' .' although "we are a communal group." Fiske prefers to call
the persons he lives with-artists, musicians writers teachersand commune :
others-a "creative community."
THE SMALL, white-haired writer is himself a former
teacher college lecturer and playwright who won acclaim for
his translation of "Hamlet" into modern English.A .
roomy hand-built cabin just a stone's throw from Fiskea
Shoesole Lake is where Fiske and his family and friends spend just
U their winters. He's been leasing that forest land from the
iii government tor 20 years he says.
For the warmer half of the year their home is a 200-acre
i farm Fiske owns in I Rochester, Vermont which he named the
?i "Vermont Creative Center."
"IRVING LIKES PEOPLE," Ladybelle Fiske says as she
introduces her father. He especially likes unusual interesting
characters.

"Creative people are so much more open than the so-called
straight types" the writer'says in a soft voice. "They seem to
have more feeling, and warmer attitudes." !
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This[ year 22 of the center's 60 members came down to afctS
spend the winter season in Florida. The threebedroom'cabinthey
built last year can only accommodate halt the group, so
v the rest live in a rented cabin on another lake, right around
the bend on an orange dirt road.
THERE IN THE FOREST, in two separate cabins 17
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adults and five children share a halt-communal,, half-
independent life.
,
'" "Everyone joins in raising the children. We each sign up.
on a schedule to take care of one of the kids for a couple a
..
hours a day, Ladybelle 24, describes the system. She bear-
hugs her own 3-year-old daughter, Joya and adds"We give
them a lot of attention." '

S. With parents and nonparents alike watching the childrenby
turns everyone is tree at some time to pursue their own
interests to find whatever they're seeking.,
TWO OF THE WOMEN, Lorry and "Kinki" spread a
white blanket over some rough, ,leaf-covered ground to and all
demonstrate a favorite activity-lila: Yoga, the yoga of
"playf lness." But before they complete the second exercise
their graceful movements attract Lorry's 2-year-old daughter
Chandra ho plops down in the middle of'the blanket.
Other members of the community hang out laundry race

down artistic to interests.the lake with the kids or pursue their individual his friendschildren -

L55 The group, says Irving Fiske. has no formal philosophy
because "everyone is different." here's only one hard and

'-;:;, W: 1 fast rule-no drugs. children, aged one to five. its members are forming school of
"WE DON'T USE DRUGS. No. not even marijuana," their own. ,
Ladybelle says. Glancing at two little boys playing tag; she Fiske sat on the, arm of a dilapidated couch in the cabin's
adds. "We have to legally protect the children." living room and talked animatedly about their educationalideas.

'.'''';!>,''I. .a Fiske heads for the cabin with his hands in the pockets ol .
.
..,' his khaki green pants and says that only one person a hired "We believe a child should be free to grow in his own
.'.. I Iu carpenter broke his agreement by having pot in his tent. direction. Our kids are never disciplined never scolded never
,; ; When he was found out they asked him to leave their camp. put down. They aren't weaned against their will or toilet-

,. .::1 -'" .....' .. r.. ," Other than that one stipulation. Fiske and his friends trained."
1 : '.... _r t \r. 't.., ......>11',I. :I! welcome anyone. "Ifthey can stand us. we can stand them: Besides land and privacy, their winter home in Ocala also
::4 4.>"\' ", '''' '" .' U' ,..'. 't., "' he laughs. lacks the liberal attitude they're used to in the North.
....
\. f' '. "There's tremendous difference between Alachua
; ''- r' People usually meet up with the creative community a even
'j', ,.'I/t'i'/. -: ; ,.J. i"1, through a friend-of-a-triend by word of mouth or sometimes and Marion County," in Irving Fiske's opinion. "Alachua is
f". '; ', ... '. '" just by accident. more like Vermont while Marion is like Mississippi.
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iI PHYLLIS SHERMAN WAS AN art student at UF tour THEIR NEIGHBORS IN the forest are "friendly, open- .. '
\ years ago when a friend invited her out to the Ocala National minded people," group members say. But mention Ocala
.. \ '''''. Forest to meet some people living there. She ended up stayinga officials ana the nice words stop. Fiske and his friends believe
t., '" .. week she remembers and then disillusioned with her art they've been the subjects of some not-so-subtle harrassmentby
.. education followed the group back to Vermont: forestry officers and county officials.
.,. "I've been with them ever since" she smiles "just doingthe Perhaps Ki! the numbers of"freaky" young people, or their
'' kind of art I want: to be doing." communal style of life or the fact that none of the children's
Life at the creative center secluded in the 'forest of Ver fathers are 'around. But as Ladybelle puts it, "We don't
P mont's Green Mountains follows the same pattern as it doesin conform to their standards and they obviously prefer not to
1
Ocala-but with a l lot more land and a lot more privacy. have us around.
,. .... THE 60 REGULAR RESIDENTS have "unlimited space Fiske Said the group built their present cabin three seasons
there." Fiske says throwing his arms out wide. In addition to ago when the first one burned to the ground, but only after i
his own house, "there's about 20 cabins or shacks. A-frames "considerable hassle" with delays in receiving their building
treehouses-whatever they want to build to live in" on his permit.
"THEY TOLD ME in a private conversation that if I
land.Although some members pay him something for rent. Fiske refused to have long-haired students and people coming
doesn't charge anyone for anything. "We live largely by around I'd get my permit in no time." Instead. Fiske took the
voluntary contributions everyone pays whatever they can." matter to federal court and before it reached a decision, his
-S t Most of the members have work they do-either regular permit had been granted.But .
;> I .,, ,,, occupations or artistic endeavors. Some go out on odd-job the worst moment came in November 1972. when
.r "
/,. 4 4a assignments and quit working whenever they're ready. Some officers from the fish and game commission arrested three of
'It.r 1:.: of the young mothers pay for their share of the costs with them on marijuana charges although the group members
welfare money. ,claim nothing was found on their person or in. their
"NO, WE DON'T POOL our resources," he continues. belongings. ,
"Each person provides for himself-you bring your': own, Benjamin Loomis a carpenter Fiske hired, and two of his
<< groceries. Of course if someone is broke, we'll do what we can friends were also arrested. It was their marijuana officers
to put him up." found Fiske emphasized. The group considers the "raid" a
The roots of the Vermont Creative Center go back to 1946 deliberate delay tactic to keep them from completing their
w hen Irving Fiske and his wife Barbara,bought the farm and cabin by-a Dec. 31 deadline. .
began having children: They believed a 'variety' of creative The three people arrested in Fiske's group have slapped a
people around was the best way to educate their son and, S1'/ million civil suit against officers in the Fish,and Game
daughter. Commission and the Marion County Sheriffs Department for
YEARS the invited with false and violation of their constitutional
;'< OVER THE people they to 'stay arrest rights.
them grew closer to their children's: age group and in the last "The thing to do when you're being harrassed," he advised
the creative center was formed. Now, with ten "1s fight back." '
decade ,
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By DEBBIE ERICKSON t A telephone company 'installing over 5,000 units;
Alligator Staff Writer A bank to be located on the premises;
<, 'Y Four medical units and four helicopters to handle

An'emergency cease and desist order was issued Wed. extreme emergencies.
nesday by Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin ,against Premru Shevin said "These claims and representations are false
Productions of Tampa for false and misleading advertising on and misleading. No plans exist for any products
"Gathering '75." ON FEB. 27, Premru told The Alligator that "everythingwas
"Gathering '75" is a proposed summer-long camp-in for still in the planning stage." He said this is why he had not 0

college age people on a 6,500 acre campground between contacted the Levy County Commission.:
Cedar Key and the Suwanee River Grimm said development of the grounds to be open year-
GRIMM AND KLOPF INC. of Tampa are leaseholders of round is receiving the full cooperation of the Levy County
j the coastal land. Commission.
Dave Grimm, of Grimm and Klopf said Premru has no Albert ,Klopf said the campground would provide about
/ connection, with "Gathering '75" or the campground. 500 jobs and help ease the county's unemployment rate.
Grimm said Premru had distributed advertising billing the
event as a rock concert to promote a movie Premru hoped to
make at the camp-in. Budgetfrom
He added that plans for "Gathering '75" and the cam ( page one) ministration has vigorously opposed a lapse requirement in a

pground are still being developed and include some of the A two per cent decrease in career service positions. year of no growth.
i attractions advertised by Premru.IN A salary increase for student assistants to the minimumwage REP. SID MARTIN, Hawthorne said he hoped the
THE CEASE and desist order, Shevin charged Glenn of $2.10 per hour and of $200 for adjunct faculty legislature would not approve Askew's recommendations for
Premru of Premru Productions with distributing (faculty hired for specific programs). "drastic" budget cuts in the university system.
promotional advertisement and making several false claims The elimination of graduate fellowships and visiting "The name of the game is educating students, not ad
including the following: professors. ministrators. We might want to look at cutting a lot out of the
The largest motorcross track ever built and $20,000 for "t The elimination of a $200,000 law school supplement. Board of Regents office or other state agencies. You have to
= national motorcross championships; The elimination of funds for faculty recruiting and look at the whole picture," Martin said.
Two very large miniature golf courses; development (sabbaticals). However, Dr. Robert Bryan UF interim vice president for
Scuba diving and submarine ride; A required year-end repayment of 2.5 per cent "lapse"of academic affairs said the governor's budget recom-
Hand-gliding and human kites for the daring; total salary allocations to the state. This year the salary mendations are usually "pretty closely followed" by the
A Walt Disney-type train to ferry campers to facilities; "lapse" repayment totals more than $500,000. The UP ad- legislature.



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I recreation, class gives Son /land a carnival I


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ByTERRISALT recreation program,'he will deal with retarded
Alligator Staff Writer people at some time in his career. If.
THIS ONE-TO-ONE relationship that the
Clowns,balloons,banjo players and prizesset students are faced with at the carnival
the festive mood. provides great practical experience Gilkison
Like any other carnival, kids stand in line,
waiting to try their luck at the beanbag throw, said.Some of the UF students had no previous
; .. __ bowling alley and basketball toss. experience working with retarded people.
PATIENT AAD ENCOURAGING young CONNIE THOMPSON,3PE. said she had
_ _, p Rgyx. people in charge of the game booths offer a "mixed reactions."
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_' The excited carnival-goers are residents of residents, touching and hugging ,her.
Sunland a ,state training center for the Gilkison, explaining why the residents are
retarded. so affectionate, said, "You will find a lot of
Approximately 35 UP students put on the human warmth. Perhaps they don't feel some
carnival Saturday inside the Sunland gym' of the pressures we f teel."
ENROLLED IN PHR 445,"Recreation for When the UF group first arrived,there wasa
Special Groups," the students planned the feeling of reservation, she said.
carnival to get experience dealing with the "AS THE DAY progressed they felt more
special community group of the retarded, at ease. They could accept the mentally
according to Sue Leibowitz, student coor- handicapped as people," she added.
dinator of the project. Dressed in a clown costume with overalls,
Betty Gilkison, professor of the class said, pigtails and unmatched socks, Leibowitz \:
"It gives the residents of Sunland a chance to returned the hug of a retarded, child who
have fun, and it gives the students a better reached out to her.
understanding of special groups." Gilkison saad, "It not only helps the
CARNIVALS ARE LOTS OF FUN She explained that whether a recreation students for their profession, but it helps
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) Howl room 214 Yon (o-5t-97-p) __ mar 15 call 373-1935 (C-3T-99-P) $875 GREAT BUY 373-3552 or 392-1537,
6 Hawaiian WANT'TO MOVE
or com by Villageopt
Diamond". Sapphires Emeralds Jod. 1979 Honda.. 360 only 112 mile with pm female needed 8tr (G3T99P1sol )
340 4t If desire from roomate starling spg
(a- -96-p) you to move your preteir
ond 95 other gem mineral. All qualities $1 IOC. firm, save over $10000 I. whit block ft
worrenty 'location we con rent sublet It or find 2 br fum mobile home 75 mo plut M uti 1968 cougar top
available, Priced from 25 percent lo 50 on this new bike call art 372-4353-56: or Stereo component ot big discounts to a roommate Immediately at NO COST.you spacious, central oc and heat big yard. cylinder bucket seat runt well f.wr.polra
percent below retail. Custom cutting 373-8144. at rite must tell (o-5t-98-p) student and staff. Right now extra low Call call 373-96H (C-3T-99-P) needed. Take ot It 350.00 call
todoylt
from turntables, speaker, receiver, ,
10.00) price*on
Unconditional Guarantee Beautiful healthy golden retriever United Real Estate studious Jon 377-6882 after 3 keep trying (G-5T-
OZZIE By cartridge* ft tope deck All equipment Assoc Inc. 1 female (low student or ) to
(A-13T.90-P appointment) only' 373-3894 puppies 8 wkt old three female 125$$ I i. new and fully warranted Quantities 113, ME 16th Ave 377.6992 (b-fr-JS-c). shore Vk expenses 2 bdrm opt begin 95P)

sorer 373-2243 (o-6t-97-p) limited Coll John 378-9192 (o-5t-96-p) 2br house unfurn duck pond area central spring qtr. prefer non-smoker.'lisaKoufmonJox 1973 Mazda)X-2 .4 dr w-air low mileage

bet Ch.vy Delair 62. Rum perfectly $180 or Mosrite electric guitar $73 Fender FOR SALE 1956le. Paul good shop Tom hot ft air fireplace w-wcorpet, lorg.kllch.n 904-744-1442. (C-5T-99-P) only $2395 with $295 down tee ot Cor
offer call .
(work) ((0-31.97.0> Silbernogl 392.3541 Vlbroverb amp $1..0. Fine Inlaid coffee Collins 1-904-234-2543 no collect Call off street parking, large yard Gentle, together person share house, City 3506 No. Main 377.7521 HUMMMM-
table $40, 9 foot surfboard $20 opt. 3 contact between 5 and 7 PM limited noleose, Istftlost,617ne6t6pm (B-JT-95- OWN room.NW. Bike to campus. Fenced MI (g-fr-94nc) -

leaving for South omerico. Mutt tell Bldg. 376 Moqulre Village (o-3t-97-p) Info call Pam 392-7824 (o-5t-96-p) fj)_ bkyd-yd pet OK W're vegetarian; InlO 1974. Comoro Brand new, light blue

brand new 17" RCA XL 100 color t.v. trailer I7.18 fully equip alrcond-heat Raleigh 10 spd modified for sublet I bedroom opt In Gotorwood yoga meditation music. ond sailing. air, rally wheel, radio, power steering,

$353 Call 3783796 (e-5t-v7.p) $1300-) call 377-2171) ) or 373-8132) (A.ST. $300 mnmiy Solar 35mm SIR $90 training(o-SIGl. dishwasher oc, carpet disposal, pool You mud! like dog + NOT use tobacco. broke*, $3895 c Coll Mike ot 3928948or

'\ 93-P) ) 392-9501 tennis ct., quiet. $175 a mo. contact $68 mo+'% util.! Stu or Susan 3784964. 392-6021 (messages) (g-3I-9l-p)

) rU5 Till : P.M. Sears Kenmore canister voccum cleaner. -p manager or call 378-5819 after 6:00: (b-- (C-4T.99.P)
1 Must sacrifice Child'sDresser
111 EXCBT SUNDAY good cond. 1 W' yr*. old $35.00 Call 373- Graduating$20 Youth Bed $30 after .4 5t-97-p)___ Wonted Drafting arm. Vorda preferredState PERSONAL

.W 1:1: ,.. 55551 sal3,4sousvARO 5734 after 5:30: (02t98nclg"I' > PM 376-3637 (;o-3t-98-p) ; sublet room loMancho Ap tt. $90 per condition ft price. phone 372-4417. Quollty leatherwork never weds out '-

10' speed schwinn bicycle, excellent mo Pool Laundry Central AC ph 378-3244. (C-3T-99-P) it always wear In. At MoSonDu we
NOW I condition. $80 or best offer call stereo om-fm-multiplex recelver-Btrock ask for Norman or Jerry Available for Studious, responsible fern roommate for specialize In custom' leotherwork -
2:104:156:05':009:50 player+ponosonic turntable $60 or best belt, coat, (acker, sandals,
373-1728 after 3PM. (o-5t-9B-p) immediate occupancy.. (b-5t-97-p) Spr qtr. Own room In trailer $70 man + purses
offer call frog 378-0389 4-ph'-y guy. travel bog. If it can be mode of leather'
\ BURT REYNOLDS trailer 10 x 43 very clot to campus 2 it* my odd (A-3T-99-P) The Plant Doctor make house call; I1 util., Call 378-1092 or 372-2)95) Ask for we can make it to Mill you. MaSanDu,
bedroom fully furnished $1695 student Specializing in vegetable garden 376- Jonlce. (C-3T-93-P)
\ GE portable dishwasher $90. Must ..11. 1131 W. University Ave open 10om-6pm
WW AND only available March 25 378-3463- keep moving. Coll 466-3058 (A-4T-99-P-') __ 5192 (m-5t-92-p1) ._ MATURE ROOMMATE wonted for own Monday thru Saturday, by appointmentSunday )

\ .x, flITIroaara.. trying (o-5l-98-p) new ladies schwinn lOspeed suburban '2 bedroom I both luxurious gatorwood' room. $74 monthly + $25 damage + 1- i evening. 373-7<7Qv ()jto74ii -

Wedding Bands Engagement Rings.. heavy chain+lock, wicker basket Incl. opt excellent condition furnished pool 3 utilities ft lost month. Call Rick after 5
J' D.aII Traditional or Contemporary design of $ITS also a study lamp big wicker saunas tennis rent by march 5 minute*. pm 376-5264 (c-5t-97-p) If you are pregnant and need help we

(' [a> your choice. Handmade for individual basket, +chaise lounge, plants 3928930 to campus call 377.7298 (b-5t- -p) core Coll Birthright 37749476t93p(| ')

who wont the best. Original work by (A-3T-99-P) sublet apt, "In' The Pine*", 2 bdr 2 bth, mat roomat needed to shore bAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON
South' leading Artist, Master GoldSmith A-C bedroom. $53 + V, electric per month ,
townhouse, heat dlshwsh garb
AMPLIFIER-KUSTOM, 2-15 altec lancing ,' NOW OPEN, Specializing In English hOI
1 LAST 2 DAYS and lapidiit. Unconditional april call 378-7031. (c-3t-97-p)
i disposal pool $230 mo. Available
speakers, even, vibrato and distortion cutting, blow waving for the In look'un
Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only 1 1. call after 5 373-4489 (b-5t-98-p) Male graduate roomote. Own room
pm ..
1:553:55 A-2T-99-P .
*w. IM ITMIT ml| 373-3894 A.13f.9.PINEED ) excellent $350. 373-9664 ( ) Windmeadowt. quiet. live with I. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W.

Vd souttvARD 5:557:509:50 TYPEWRITER+69 standardollvettl! un law and graduate super student, 85.00 nonsmoker Univ.; Ave 377264350t53p(| ) _

derwood, cubic elite-mint cond-llttl Houses,Apts. Avail Now please call (Jeff 372.3530 (c3t97p -
ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE use-$40-call sherrl 377.3111 after S. (A- 1 1. $65 month home NE Sect ((339)) ) Aar CAek sal
FOR BEST ACTOR CASH 3T-99-P), 377-6992 _

ART CARNEY '68 CHRYSLER NEWPORT In excellent 2: $75 month no lease, Ig. bars ((365)) EUROPE THIS SPRING! Looking for self

UNIVERSITY PAWN BROKERS condition-A-C, power steering and 377-6992. reliant traveling companion (Is) Call 1/11 N W. 1m Sf.
features-coll 3. 2 bdr $140 6 blocks to UF ((346)) bon 378-5249 for more Information and
brakes-many appealing :
II
19 W Umv s/6 JI84 CHUCK 392-8202 (A-4T-99-P) 377-6992 details, (e-2t-98-p) ......Y.I.UIl.cI.R.III"I. '

LOAN BUYEll TRADE 4. 10 acres 3 bdr Util paid ((354))
mole roommate to share opt 2 roommate a
I&NTO" ( ASH WHEN YOU NEED 5. $85 month paid ((11265)) I
needed to shore spacious 3 mil 98 a month + 1.3 utilities In The

bdrm oak forest! apt $95 per month 1.3 6. Walk to UF $130 month ((338)) Pines call (Jeff 3760152 (e-5t-98-p) mm WORLD
util. $33 security april 1-June 15 call Wonted immediately 1 female roomateto L
Houses,Apts,Avail. Spr.Qtr.
MAX VON SYDCW DOMINIQUE SANG in otter 4 pm Ask for Rickl J'tll! (b-5t-98-p) 1 1. $75 month Apt. ulil. pd. ((22011))) rent own bbr-oom In 2 broom opt [GU -

1 1,2. ft 3 bedroom mobile homes Pool 2. $II 5 month I block to UF (357)) March rent free. Univ. Garden near 7:00: 930:

tennis court clubhouse, laundry NO 3. 3 bdr house 1 block to UF ((371)) campus Call Cathy 373-9373 (c-3t-96-p) JetMtfCkefr

PETS, Month to Month lease $140, $185 4. Duplex bike to campus ((2286)) need a decent WETSUIT med or large
Alomar Gardens 373-4244. (b-5t-98-p) 377-6992 call dan at 378-1772 any hot babes can CENTER

sHERMANN 'wo1 Nice large 2 bdr duplex opt unfurn oc We hove over 50 houses and opts avail call anyway (c-3i-98-p)
wt
H. w. im if.
heat screened porch all new kitchen 1 for spring qtr.
blk fr Norman Hall $165 mo plus dep United Real Estate Assoc SORRY

avail Mot 27 373-9976 (b-2t-98-p) 113 NE 16th Ave NO PASSES OR 7>30
Open 7 day 377-6992 DISCOUNT-TICKETS
IR BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGFHI LEWIS THlSATTRACTiON, 9:30
I1MILATAYL Now I I. the time to tort, looking for that
(b-sp-98-c)
Pane, rw ideal home for spring or foil qtr, We JeweiryCompany
have many listings avail for then a CLASS RINGS _10 tt ,
Mole The Place
Q e G'eat MIsIc 1 small deposit can hold It for you. Coll room AC roommate and heat close to campus Apt. 89,30 own DIAMONDSWATCH LenmOurMl '

today 377-6992 F '* utilities call 373-0329 (b-5t.98-p) REPAIRS

233W.UnivAve. 7:30 9:45 3773013WANTED Female roommate wonted wind-1 female roomote wonted $47.30 mo own 200 W. University Ave. ...
V utilitiesper
meadows opt $66.00 plus
month available spring quarter call room In ne section utiliti' ** ', call after 372-4106 1]_ !( Ai'trt'; _
5:00: 376-7500 (b-5t-98-p)
373-1010 or 373-1037. (b-5t-96-p) _

Fr. Quarter Apt. 1 or 2 female roomate for tent one or two bedroom available

needed. Poolsid, available for Spring m three bedroom opt. ot King creek 11

quarter 36.23 a piece, % utilities Call :apt, toll 373-2531 or 377-8280 to make PI////i in


A THREE STUDENTS ASSISTANTS 'TO
THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR J. :: female roommate: Own large room 2- FEMALE
f.' wide trailer in Costlegote. Neat ft roommate Village Park com-

IAII WAYNE RDTZ UNION FOR THE .... serious sId prefd. After 6 call 378-0134. fortoble own room pool oc-heat close to
I.a campus 74.00 + M utilities no deposit
.
ACADEMIC YEAR 1975-76 85-mth's ut.l. (B-8T-95-P) 373-3941 .
(B-4T-99-P)
STUDENTS SElECTED FOR THESE 1 or 2 roomatet.104.50 or 52.25 village ,
.fr Z POSITIONS WILL ASSIST IN THE pork 110 )-3 or '1-2 utilities Judy' 373- room wooded 4 back bedroom yard.house 3 block for to rent campus.$2IOo large. 2 furl

.
PLANNING 6092 5:30: to 9:30 poolside available
COORDINATION AND r-I: month. 201 nw lOst. call 3721494for
now. (B-3T-93-P)
< ADMINISTRATION OF PROGRAMS t.4 more info. (B-4T-99-P)
i
sublease 2 bedroom furnished apartment Buy one I get I
SPONSORED BY THE RBTZ UNION. I Female Roommate wonted for poolside
at Brandywine Old rate, until, June French, Qtr.
Apt. $5625 + 1.3
ADDITIONAL DETAILS .
AND AP.PLICATIONS
\J and open for possible r.l.o.lng"Avollobl. utilities. Call 373-9155 (B-4T-99-P) 1
ARE AVAILABLE IN March 20 call 378-3796 (b.,..
sublet audio opt in the Pine* available 1s
97-p)
ROOM 330 J.W.R.U. anytime after March 20 call 377-8525 ((8-
FREE !
..4T-99-P

female roommate own bedroom in
furnished 2 br apartment 2 block from

campus, call wendy 5-12 pm ,373-7427
all mJl (h-3t-98-p)

(nth*) MALL In the MALL sublet 2 br 1 b dupl central heat-oc pet :PIzza .1nn.
1
o 8I ond..children allowed $175 mo, $100 .
toll horns
dep mrs 373-9310 or com
With this
ELLEN 6URSTYN "AU 1KAIITrTtI4INP4r see ot 2120 e univ ove. No. 4 (b-3t-98-p) giant, large coupon or medium, buy any pizza

3 acre lot for rent $125 faro
I per mo. great at regular price and receiveone
KRIS garden;greenhouse, etc 2 slit shed
,-VIMei* Cr..Me*YOtt rnet complete' trailer' hook 'up Country pizza of the next smaller

3:15: KRISIDFFERSONAJCE Mfoe01M11iUElS00fP( O0N 3:30tXMiwaxMiCrufacoaowmiucm location for Info colt 472-2783 after 5:00: size with equal number of'

5:30: wASSa1N8P1TH5s1C ( PlUMIS 7:00 or 472-2103 (b-fr-94-nc) ingredients FREE! One

7:45: tjoA44nuaiMnr Sublet I Bedroom Apt. ot Windmeadows coupon per visit, please.

10:00: $ $160.00 377-4982 or 373-3538 (b-2t-98-p) ; w- -,
.
DOESN'TANYMORE --d..r1 r M .... LN WIN
Female roommate own room n* area MN IN IN Ire
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UVE HERE 1N1II11IM pets welcome fenced yard $80 mo, 1-5 ---sere, 111 IIt tls IN RN Its ter

utilities, 377-8357 1004 NE 5th Ave (b-"M- 1'LN.r. 1 M pis Iw III
Ir1 are ....
97-p) .... sus.
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sublet one bed unfurnished' -- 111 'It M
room opt. 4.W
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first and lost month Rent plus security R rxrr.s s Mw- I M I M I.IN
e I deposit, call 392-4141). ask te' Cindy (b-2t- 5-.IMnnw's 1.N IN M. ...

"The -cult=.. cemeHy thatpeS 98-p) r Ise see ems es irw-. Ia.N ire It M.W* SW 4*

dr sublet I br furnished apt 3 block from .PLUS MANY MOREL

JtiyII.IAD TASTE" s campus $123 mo available march 24. corry out order 10 cent extra

\ come by 1716 nw 3rd ove No. 3 anytime Valid Thru per box
.... .: >. 3:30II. atoll cindy 392.37118-5 MIb5t98p( )
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4:00 6:00: .LUml111 1m. :';' ; ,' .r1 s:>o .Mar. 11' thru Mar 13 ,.

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TYPEWRITER b country, and TALL OAKS STABLE' A all nevf ta this area
mankind II.citizen I," 80ho'l Writings with ponies. C horses to rent with >uROLD-TIME
t J.IT.99.C) '< ATINpspHE
PROBLEMS 'I reatanoble rotes 8 mi W. Gameivllle
? Wonted 4or5 yr old mole with no dental Coll 495-2240 (", .::11.9"01) .itp RF
xpenence for doctoral ildy Must live in HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY i
We've got all> the answers married student houiing Free dental AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS mported: er.Fin..v3rne Rjb9VW lunch.*DW ejcSaHiue
exam if ,,|,cted. CAll 373-3062 377- I -i. ur: 4MV c>roriu e' h i'sa..d5uuFvY
SalesServiceSuppliosUase 8816, 377.7500 (J-3T.99-P) learn self-hypnosis 373.3059 Donald G.
Responsible rider wonted to Wo.h. DC Prott-CertiTied" AAEH (m-40t-86-p) tju RGER
area. leave 3.18-return 3.3q. Share Basic' Scuba Course Advanced Hors. :vk..lA "t IllVf",1 t1CJef ht' vr e la.r S'4.l 1 qMSffx&

ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS pen.e" Coll 372.6368 after 6 pm (J- registration for spring quarter April 6 All
3T.99.P
) equipment provided Including ma.k.fin. ,
SYSTEMS To 3rd fir Rowling: Got a twenty. ., snorkel BC. full wetsuit, tank,
incher? We can't, and won't tettlo for regulator, ,all air, textbook and 'in
724 N. Main 373-3359 less, 104 Whore Corps, Blonde Brunette ternational certification. Absolutely no
Redhead? ((J-1T.99-P|) extras Cost $35 Call, Scuba Dynamic
373-5069 (m-9t-94-p)
...__. GRE PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 18 .
--.nn. hours, $35; course repreotoble free. Dive the Dry Tortugat for spring break
Score 1000 by the second try or your Transportation by seaplane from Key
money bock. Call ((305))854-7466. (J-8T. West Survival diving trip for five day
I 99-P) include full scuba equipment. Comp at
tTeMMewBrothers lSAT PREPARATION COURSE historical Fort Jefferson. $"5.00 for
near UP.20 Slope
hour, $70. Holf of our student scored .certified diver or $150.00 for non. S/riHg
certified and Include
full
over 600. Course repeatable free. 70 trip cer
improvement by the second try or your pt. tification.Call Scuba Dynamics 373-5069
money bock. Attend first, clan free, no (m9t.94p)
atlon. Coll ((305)) 854-7466. (J8TSIg.fp"You're MCAT Medical College Admission Test .
99-P) ___ special compact review fours* In Miami
a great bunch .of guys. March 23.29 Stanley Kaplan Educational I,
Good luck with finali., love III lit tauraJIT99P Center local 392-9428 to enroll call
Pizza Palace ( ) collect ((305)) 932-6887 (m.7i.96-p

Pooh, You're not getting older, you're Typing Any material. IBM carbon ribbon I ISelectric. Discount prices on guitars,
getting better! Happy 24th birthday to 75 f-page double spaced; Coll mandolins banjo and ac-
Seafood* Italian Specialties my favorite roomatell Much love always 3735572. (M-8T-95-P) ctstorics.Specialist.
Tues. and forever Nmkon (J.IT.99") Professional dog obedience classes is
Wedding Invltorioni $11.40 per 1 10 I now being offered 2 mo. course, $30.
business cards $9.95,' rubber stomn?t begin March 10 from 4-9 pm at army In refinishing,
9:30:: P.M. come early for dhncr magnetic signs, offset printing..Cliff Hal I reserve, ne 8th ave. 373-1059 keep renovating and repairing.
Printing 1103 N. Moln (J-FR-58-C) trying!!! (m-10t-9l-p)

SUMMER IN EUROPE Unl-Trayel Dive Scuba March/Classes 9lk starling Sole Feb.Service 26th.Rental Wreck, e lessons on guitar, mandolin,
608N.W.13tht. $ l Charter at less than Vt reg. economic '
cover fore. 65 day advance payment Tom Allen(Co-host of Wild Kingdom banjo, bass & llddle.
required. US Gov't approved. TWA"onAm.TranlOvio707' T.V.) Allen Aquatic A Troll Center Inc. k
*. Call loll free 1-800- 3448 W. Unlv 373-9233 (m-fr-g6)

3254867.l3t8cVp(| ) Will type your thesis, dissertation,
Poncho', Bookpocki, Pack W-framet, reports, term papers, etc. Experienced. /btIt"M4iJt S/rrd 173COLOSSUS !9
Tent, Rugby Shirt, Trail Shoes, White Fast and Accurate. 377-.613.) (m-5t-96-p)
Stag Speedo Bathing Suits. Join Univ lonely?been feeling down lately? 3rd tl I
Hiking Club. Allen Aquatic 4 Trail n rawlmgt stud service it here! no order
LUNCH DINNER Center. 3448W. Univ. 373-9233 (j-fr-72- too big to fill we have the size to, fit your
ej) need. (M-5T-95-P) >

11 AM.3PM All DAY COED'* facial hair removed per Music by SUNSHINE; Dance, parties the SUMMERplace
FOR fOR manently. Call Edmund Dwyer ..- Contemporary rock music at Its best' For
electrologist over 20 year experience.:; more information call Bill at 392-7575.
89C Co'l' 372-8039 (J-FR-61-C) (M.5T.95.P)
$1-39
SAMSON wishes to thank all the Europe 'Israel Africa Asia travel SPECIAL
volunteer who work to hard In sun land. discounts year round student air travel!
10% 'STIJDENT DISCOUNT physical therapy program. debbie, valerie donna, cindy, .uson.morlonne, 934-6660 (m-25t-88-p)'
loan, richard. keep up the great work, MEDICAL, DENTAL .& LAW SCHOOL -Il.
OPEN DAILY 11AM-MIDNIGHT (J.2T-99-C) APPLICANTS Perhaps we can help you
to the tunland Wednesday night group. get accepted. Box 16140, St. Louis Mo.
1805SW13STI the girl at Ivy and SAMSON appreciate 63105. (m.3t-97-p)

I CUckeft your work this quarter, donna doug, Typing fast, reasonable rate month
liB .177-0901 UNLIMITEDTUCKER'S margoret |jock, cheryl Jill, bill, lynn, Registered, with grad school, equation, per

I ". ;...."".... I ....... /(,.,........ renee thank for all your time and technical 4 some foreign, kathy at 378-'
ehoe a &o< energy, lowell. (J-2T-99-C) 7203 IBM Corr. Sel II. (m-3t-97-p) .
thank from everyone at beechwoodand SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM riding RESERVE FOR SUMMER
SAMSON to all the Saturday morning academy A boarding stable
recreation group. lex. vickie, "Professional huntteot Instruction lighted
debbie, valerie doug, bill, todie, rick, ring&trail Also the finest in boarding. BEFORE MAY 1st
AUTO iteve. your work it appreciated. diana 373-1059 ( ) .
(J.2T-99-C) M.IOt-9:6;;: TOS, AND SAVE

SERVICE.. Just Arrived) New shipment of old passports, resumes, and applications;
clothing. Sole pricet. Satin, velvet lined natural sytle portraits. 377-0797,camera
FRIEND" denim jackets, dresses, coats,' etc work studio 1219 W. Univ. "Ave." '(m-201- 0
"THE STUDENTS Oromboui Up from) Univ. Post Off. (J-5I- 91-p)

-- 96-p) For all repair on American and Importedautos month
100/0 tpeciol tank to the crew at the lunland ,see Bill and Mike at 2225 N.W. 6th per
school for doing a great |lob kathy, St.: or call 376-9479. Do yourself. .o
cathy nacye beverly robin, summer, fovor 11m( -5t-97.p) AFTER APRIL 30th
parts discount to students lom, michelle debbie,,ma, libby. I hope
RESEARCH
WRITING
-- will return in spring quarter. lora (J-
-
----- you Need help? Professional writer-
We repair 2T-99-Q) researcher no project too big or small! only 25 yards from campus
tunlond thursday night grouplaurie: term papers to doctoral theses
all makes and models. bob nancy, lisa, Imdtay, debbie reasonable rates call 378-5520
bedrooms
individual
noureen ed. Your friends at phlox and (m-7t-96-p)
GUARANTEED SAMSON would like lo thank you for all
SATISFACTION your hard work this" quarter. denne (J- typing IBM Correctable SelectriC II Mary'. beautifully furnished
2T.99-C) after 4 372-1728 (m-5t-98-p)
Term Paper" Canada' largest Service. typing quick and neat reasonable 376-
For catalogue tend $2 to: Essay Service, .2269 Marcia (m-5t-98pl) shag carpe'tingdishwasher
TOWING SERVICE 57 Spadmo Avenue. Suite 208 Toronto,. Want something different? Custom
Ont.! Canada. Alto campus representatives mode clothes, repairs alteration very
required Please write. (|-35l70PJ (- reasonable. Marcia 376-2269 (m-5t.98-

Free lube job )_ Pj) Also taking fall reservations now.
If interested in baby sitting, co-op? Need Typing Service Full time experiencedtypists
medical referral? Coll u. for any -any material. Fast and accurateDelivery. ,
with oil & filter change ounliont The Married Student.Service IBM Selectrlc. Call 462-2739
Center 377.8125 (m-1t-80-rhol (M-5T-99-P)) the place

378-8532 Male low student needs roommate to FAST, ACCURATE PROFFESSIONAl
H24 S E 4th St.
shore 2 BR 2 b opt call 373-7306 ((1-51-98- TYPING SERVICE 10 years experience!
P) 373 8923 (M-4T-99-P)
need o sure cure for unsightly cot- TALL OAKS STABLE is all new to this area 1231 S.W. 3rd Ave.
tontail?? visit, a nudist club: Call with ponies horses to rent with
\\I///\ Gymnos Health Club for further in- reasonable rates 8 ml w Gainesville. call 372-3557
-- formation 373.1407 or PO Box 12541 City 495-2240 ((M-3T-94-P)) '
-::..- 32604 (j i-2l.98-pJ)

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Girls time watch between
otters Found:
Motherly Bryan Halls. Call B.J. 372-
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Clmera( ready found Gold BRACELET outside Nor-
ii from any iron Aud Coll Dr Boewodt 392-0124 ((1-I3t THE FORBINPROJECT

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MARK JOHNSON and Eric Miller were hot as a inning' when center fielder With Alabama center dropped to a microscopic.
Alligator Sports writer firecracker,each going all the Sammy Rick was hit by a fielder Ron Hamilton shaded 0.86. 44
way for-the staffs fifth and pitch with the bases loaded to toward left field, the left. Alabama went on top 1-0 in
The fourth of July came sixth consecutive complete drive in the game's first run. handed hitting Shulock lined the second game when Larry
early at Perry Field yesterdayas games. IN THE FIFTH,the Gators a 2.2 pitch through the hole in Keenum knocked the ball out
the UP baseball team Sophomore right-hander loaded the bases on walks right-center, the ball rollingall of catcher Shulock's glove on
romped over Alabama 10-0 Wilkie Smith, nursing a sore with one out and scored three the way to the fence 400 what should have been an
and 8-1 I to extend the Gators' arm suffered during fall runs, the only hit coming on feet away. easy out at the plate.
winning streak to six. practice, will make his first Terry Jones' RBI single.In AS THE UF HITTERS The Gators tied the gamein
The fireworks were start of the season tomorrowas the UF sixth, catcher ,were feasting off Alabama the second on designated
provided by'the UF hitters as the Gators try to sweep the Jim Shulock's inside-the-park pitching, freshman right. hitter David Rassell's run
they exploded for 21 hits for three game series in a 3:30 home run and three Alabama hander Bruce Baker was scoring triple and went on
the two seven inning games. Perry Field contest. errors helped open the cooking up his second top in the third when center ERIC HILLER
MEANWHILE, FRESH. The first game was a floodgates as the Gators consecutive shutout, allowing fielder Joel Murrie tripled and won second game
MEN pitchers Bruce Baker pitching duel until the fourth romped for six runs. only four hits as his ERA scored on a wild pitch. .
THE GATORS BROKEthe .''just the starting nine."
game open in the fourth "The bench has been really
Ii ? Tennis team beats Southern with four runs, two of them great, standing up. and
coming on Rassell's double to slapping you on the tail aftera
i By KEITH CANNON took a tough 5-4 loss .to afternoon at I p.m. 'On 2:30: p.m.The left field and a third on an big hit and all," Murrie
Alligator Sports Writer powerful Miami on Saturdaybut Wednesday, North Carolina Gators will play for I RBI single by Murrie. Murrie said. "And the fans have been
bounced back for a 9-0 comes to Gainesville. The Tar several weeks to come withoutthe added a two run double in the lOOper cent. They're so
After returning to the win trouncing of Georgia Heels were ranked seventh in services of their No. 5 sixth inning to make the final responsible for what we're
column Sunday against Southern Sunday afternoon. the nation last.year'and theyare starter, Mike Borling. margin of victory seven. doing now"
Georgia Southern, the UF This week UF tests its 6-1 ,the defending Atlantic The junior from Orlando "After beating Miami, "The pitchers are gettingmore
men's tennis team will play record against two state foes Coast Conference tennis fractured a bone in his left we're just sky high," Rassell confident," said win
three matches this week and another nationally- champion. A match with foot while chasing a shot in said in reference to the 'two ning pitcher Eric Miller.
before a 10-day exam J>reak. ranked squad. Florida Tech completes the the No. 2 doubles match wins last weekend. "We're "We're getting more runs,
The Gators 'split ,two JACKSONVILLE HOSTS week's schedule on Thursday.Both (See 15) getting support from and that makes you feel more
matches this weekend; they coach Bill Potter's squad this home matches start at 'Tenns'pag; everybody on the team, not confident out there"FREE
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By PAT McGRATH open spots on the team, in the
Writer Miami Invitational that
Alligator Sports :
begins today. Andy Bean and

Buster Bishop has always Jim Hart are the only two
believed in having his golf players in Miami who
team play at Tallahassee and competed in the Seminole.
win the Seminole In- Senior Steve Smyers, and Bob

SLACKS JEANS vitational. Right now, the Michael, junior Bob Meyer
Gators are at the Country and freshman Dallas

MALE' creates a latent legend Club of Miami for a three day Aplegren are the four new
.1\ stint. in the Miami In- laces: and.each will be tryingto
with the shape of things to
vitational. Due back in gain an edge in the race for
come in snazzy Skyscraper Gainesville late Thursday, the the coveted spots. "
jeans The view from the rear is golfers probably won't botherto MEYER PLAYED exceptionally .

all new with"V"design unpack their bags, for well in the.Orangeand
detailing. Double "V" back Bishop has them scheduled to Blue matches averaging
yoke "V" top back patch travel to the Port Malibar 14.1) That included one
Championship which will get horrendous round, an 84, ...
pockets and "V"facings .
on underway this Saturday. without which he would have 4
cut-in front pockets all highhighlight BISHOP. WILL get a good averaged around 72. .

: ,contrast .. .. look at.sexeral of his j tabbing
triWLh. .-, : hopefuls.,_. ..._BishppJs_. .5L
stitching tGhed. r '";:': ;" (: who.are-pointing for the'Tennis1 tw o;;.7Cplegrenhows he hasn'tgiven j
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medium riselook with a _:: : :.:, ; ': :page 141against' ..::-HfcwrTr-78-and. 79 and one.
neat silhouette for a :Miami. Potter said: /lraoniing.be:' didn't':make:his' -
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jazz-up jean. Kick up ,. .. .. Sunday:.that Boning will be ::'.assigned. time, but..heshot7.72in .j'
out for "at. least six weeks-. ..
your heels and let the -. | the final roundsof -
good times roll in maybe longer. the matches. Also he madea :
BORLING'S SPOT in the strong performance in the
Skyscraper jeansfrom lineup will be filled by Eunice Dixie Inter-collegiate last fall
MALE V' La. freshman Jody Stagg. :and Bishop is no amateur

when you're "He's played well," Potter when it comes to recognizing
ready t to live said "Against Georgia >talent and potential. Aplegrenposesses '
a little. Southern he made a good both.
comeback.*' Even with Phil Hancock,
DENIM & SU gg's frantic comebackfor :Denny Sullivan and BenD

NATURAL 'a 3-6. 6-4, 6-1 victory : ncan. :absent from the UF _
,4 'against David Marsh was the _lineup:lb Gators are still the..
$1700 only three-set match in UF's pick: to''win the tournament
fourth shutout win of the 'Which i is being hosted by the

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last week the men's beat the NADS 4140. Star
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