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i Budget axes fellowshipsBy

DEBBIE IBERT graduate students are vital to UF's nationwide
Alligator Staff Writer 'It will greatly reduce the prestige."It .
takes decades to build up the reputationof
UK will not be offering graduate fellowships a university and only a few months to tearit
lor the 1975.76 academic year due to ability of UF to attract grad down" Wahl said.

university budget cuts recommended by Gov. Bryan agreed the elimination of graduate
I Kcubin Askew. fellowships "won't do our reputation much
Graduate School Dean Harry Sisler called students'S.. good."
the elimination of fellowships A most serious IS I er 'Wahl said he hoped the students who
blow to graduate studies in this state."
would have been offered fellowships would
possibility of using federal funds or private fellowships," Wahl said.
reputation Then, if the
r 'financial grants to pay for fellowships is slim. Wahl, chairman of the university-wide accept graduate assistantships.
has been very high. If this action stands, it will legislature does appropriate funds for
Even if the decides said
legislature to 'ap committee that chooses the recipients
greatly reduce the ability of this university to fellowships, some assistants will be reappointed -
propriate some funds for the fellowship the committee has been working on he
attract outstanding graduate students. ai fellows.
program, it will be too late for UF to mail competition for two months and yesterday
It will also result in in UF's
a drop them out, Dr. F. Michael Wahl, associate received their final recommendations for the The graduate fellowships are awarded to
productivity in research and reduce (UF's 100 students for nine month
graduate school dean, said. awards. approximately a
nationwide reputation, he said. Wahl said and renewable.
letters notifying potential award period are not Applicants
Askew slashed the "We have a list of outstanding candidatesand
university system'budget recepients must be sent out by March 15. compete with students from all over the
reguest for '1975-76 by $84 million. His Deadline for accepting the awards is April 15. can't send them any offers. country on the basis of academic excellence.

recommended budget appropriates $6 million "WE CAN'T NOTIFY the recipients until HE SAID TilE STUDENTS will "probablygo Although there will be no cuts in funding
less to universities than last year. If approved, we' know we'll have money to award., If the elsewhere" if they get other offers for graduate assistantships, there will also be no
the cutback will include the elimination of legislature doesn't decide appropriations until fellowships. This would "drain the hieuiooJ raises to offset the proposed $4 increase in
graduate fellowships in all nine state June, we can't send out any offers for of the University," Wahl added, because tuition for graduate students
universities. .

.. THIS YEAR, UF received $350,000 in state -
funds for fellowships distributed throughoutthe
nine colleges in the education ad general Budget isn't devastating
(E&G) budget Interim Vice President of :
Academic Affairs Robert A. Bryan said.;
Most of the fellowships $135,000 worth,
are awarded through the Graduate School.
The rest of the money is distributed! to the but outlook still not brightBy

individual colleges for awarding their own

I. "Fellows" receive a stipend of $360 a STUART EMMRICH THE RECOMMENDED university system STILL, EVEN WITH the slight increasefor
month, or $3,240 from September to June. Alligator Staff Writer budget for 1975-76, $235 million, is $6 million next year, UF officials say it is not going to
Unlike recipients of graduate assistantships, less than the budget) that was projected for be easy to work within the proposed budget,
I.V the fellows do not perform services at UF in A "bare bones" 1975-76 operating budget 197475. particularly in the area of operating capital.
i return for the grant. for the State University System, recommended But the projected 1974.75 budget $241 Operating capital outlays, such as new
... SISLER SAID liE expected "only a small by Florida Gov. Reubin Askew million, was never realized by the state equipment and books for the libraries, were
I,,. fraction" of the present fellowships to be Monday, may not be as bad as it looks- butit universities because of a shortfall of anticipated cut 52 per cent from last year's budget.
funded by the.legislature for next year. is not as good as UF officials had hoped for. state revenues. William Elmore vice president for administrative
The cost to the state of losing university Although the proposed budget for next yearis The universities actually had to work with a affairs, said the cuts "were a
I;. :. prestige by cutting graduate fellowshipswould supposed to be $6 million less than this budget' of approximately $234.8 million, severe lick" and might mean that equipmentcould
: be more than the cost of continuing the year's, it is really about $500.000 more than which is less than the' proposed 1975-76 not be replaced when it wears out and
',: program, he added. The. dean said the the actual operating budget for 1974-75. budget. funds might have to be taken from other areas

'. .. make
-" "ww. ryrlay. .a --.wmu -r ks-ewaeee.r.r to repairs.
'.1., .l--w'I., i r .:.*.ps ;;r"I", <' ';Qr. ':\' 4I UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston said
I. 4 :"j4 <,t l$ .,<'h't. ,'" in an executive staff meeting Tuesday that
"' '
I ,;.'r t) '''.4l' :' .. ; ) >; .. tyia. each department should examine the budget,

1 .. ,A seeing what areas will have to be cut andw
" .I.. '. ... hich areas "will cause particular problems."
:r- I <:> r 't. _.' Marston also warned against the tendencyto

deal with the budget cuts "the easy way,
f !such as not buying library books for a year.
-1. "You can't keep on doing that forever
(because) this period of low, funding might
continue longer than we think," he said.

3a serious look at what our curriculum should
be" as an area where money might be saved
by eliminating unnecessary courses.
He also suggested the "whole area of hiring
practices" be examined.
There are some bright spots in the
governor's budget, however which now goes -
to the state legislature for deliberation.
officials had in working with this year's
budget was rising utility costs, but'Elmore
said the governor provided approximately $2
million for increased utility costs for next
: SIt's' year, which Elmore said should be enough.
_.S S But rising water costs, ,which Elmore said
should double by next year, were not provided
tor in the proposed budget. Elmore said he
did not know where the money would come
from to meet the water rate hikes. adding his
office had just ,started to examine the budget.
According to a law enacted, in, 1970. any
photo by trie tstrln 'increase in UF's water bill should be paid by
dead week againstudy in peace the Florida Legislature.

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.The'Independent Florida Alllacrtor.Wednesday.March 12. It7S ___

N. Vietnam! Communist attack

Heavy rocket fire .

f halts food airliftPHNOM ( begins in Vietnam

hurled into the street fighting
SAIGON (UPI) 8 Communist were
Phnom Penh aboarda launched a at Ban Me Throt provincial capital,
PENH (UPI)- The from Tuesday forces Tuesday
American-Sponsored airlift of food Royal Air Force CI30 Hercules nationwide offensive that forced here nine Americans including a 5-
and 'supplies into besieged Phnom (flight to Singapore. S. Vietnam South Vietnamese troops to fallback year-old girl remained safe but
Penh was curtailed Tuesday becauseof Turboprop CI3OS, bringing in before coordinated tank and pinned down, spokesmen said.
heavy and increasingly accurate ammunition and fuel from bases in Infantry assualts stretching from Military sources said Tuesday'scoordinated
lV vwK iW'
> assaults
rebel rocket and artillery fire on Thailand, kept on flying after the Cambodia Saigon to Northernmost Quang Tri were the
vulnerable DC8 : the military command heaviest since the 1972 Communist
Pochentong Airport.The more jets flying Province,
government of President Lon food and other supplies from Saigon offensive which overran wide
Nol fired its top military com halted operations at 3 p.m., two said.The Saigon command announcedthe swaths of South Vietnam.
mander, replacing him with a hours earlier than usual. loss of three district capitals 8 "As we see it,this is the beginningof
former associate of rebel leader The U.S.-chartered DC8s lifted the equivalent of U.S. county a nationwide" offensive by the
Prince Norodom Sihanouk, 519 tons of rice and 46 tons of seatsand reported street fightingin Communists, said South Viet
government sources'said. kerosene i into Pochentong before the a beseiged fourth. namese Lt. Col. Le Trung Hien,
About 30 British and Com early suspension cancelled six other Fresh North Vietnamese forces spokesman for the military com

monwealth citizens were evacuated flights. mand.


I Portugal rebellion! quelled I

LISBON,(UPI)- Rebel warplanes bombed an antiaircraft ousted from the presidency by leftists last September had -,
barracks and paratroops seized Lisbon's civilian airport in a arrived with his family by helicopter at a Spanish military ENJWire
sudden rebellion Tuesday. The left-wing government crushedthe base.Two wednesday ALLAN Editor
revolt in short order and sent the rebel leader fleeing into planeloads of rebel paratroopers seized Lisbon's -
Spain. 'International Airport and Republican National Guardmen /capsuleGurney
captured their own headquarters at noon as rebel planes and
Hours after the ruling armed forces movement announcedin helicopters bombed a loyalist antiaircraft regiment barracks.
Lisbon that the rebels had been crushed with little Four hours later government leaders said the paratroopershad
bloodshed, the news agency Europa Press said in Madrid that surrendered and the "counter-revolutionary adventure"was testimony beginsTAMPA
Former President Gen. Antonio De Spinola, a moderate finished.

(UPI)-Testimony got underway Tuesday in the
bribery-conspiracy trial of former U.S. Sen. Edward J.

I Panel approves Cambodia aid years.Gurney-the first senator to be indicted while in office in 50

Opening arguments began after a jury of 12, plus six
alternates, was seated with the prosecution vowing to prove
WASHINGTON (UPI)- A Senate subcommittee Tuesday million in military aid for Cambodia, but accepted an administration that Gurney wrung political donations from Florida buildersin
voted 4 to 3 to provide SI25 million in emergency military aid compromise proposal for less than half that exchange for government favors.It .
to Cambodia.The amount. took 12 days for the court and opposing attorneys to

vote came as Defense Secretary James Schlesinger said Subcommittee Chairman Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., agree upon the panel, made up basically of middle age
the military situation in Cambodia is grim, but hope still who voted against the measure, said it would "only prolongthe middle class citizens.
exists and "the fall of Phnom Penh is not imminent." killing." Fourteen of the jurors are Democrats,while Gurney and his
With a House subcommittee apparently deadlocked over four co-defendants are Republicans.
Cambodian aid the Senate foreign assistance subcommittee The subcommittee also approved some $90 million in food Following his indictment last July, Gurney decided not to
rejected President Ford's request for an additional $222 and other economic, assistance for Cambodia. seek reelection.

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Rule would limit presidents' terms IBy


BRUCE MORRIS Prior to the end of their terms if they MAUTZ SAID both Marston and until they leave the state university system
Alligator Staff Writer wished to be reappointed they would be Robinson were told about the rule when they sometime in the future.
The Board of Regents staff is preparing a evaluated on their past performance were being considered for their current "We (the regents) don't have any
rule 'change which would restrict .the Chandler said.UNDER positions."At mechanism in mind for the evaluation"
university system chancellor and university THE PRESENT system in the end of five years we can let the Chandler said.
presidents to five-year terms, subject to, "Florida the presidents and the chancellor president decide whether or not he wants to He said could be a regent's committee or
reappointment pending an evaluation.At serve at the pleasure of the board until they stay or if we want him to stay if there is a possibly some other appointed board.
its meeting Monday, the regents instructed voluntarily retire. scheduled evaluation," Mautz said. CHANDLER SAID the average term
their staff to prepare the rule changeand State University System Chancellor Robert In July, 60-year-old Chancellor Mautz is nationwide for a university president is 4.12to
have it ready for approval by the April 7 Mautz said the proposed rule will provide a retiring. He said he would retire at 60 when he 5 years.
meeting. "graceful way for the board and the took the job seven years ago. Regent Marshall Harris also proposed
THE REGENTS STAFF has not yet presidents to talk about the job they do." Former interim UF PResident E.T. York another rule change at Monday's meeting
decided the details concerning which Mautz proposed the plan more than a year will become the new chancellor. which would make it improper for any regentto
university presidents will be affected. and a half ago but the regents held off on Regent Marshall Harris said he thought the influence the university system's hiring of
Regent Corporate 'Secretary Hendrix implementing it until it could be "phased in" evaluations were "an excellent idea." any individual or Influence the admission of
Chandler said the rule would require that the when UF President Robert Q. Marston and HE ADDED THAT it will give the regentsan any student to a state university.
nine university presidents and the chancellorto University of West Florida President James opportunity to examine the nine presidentsevery Chandler said, "It has been an implicit rule
hired on five-year contracts. Robinson were appointed. five years instead of letting them serve and this would make it an explicit one."

officials flinch at new operating procedure I


;T By STUART EMMRICH the universities, Hanson said. universitywide.Biggs walls and apple trees and fought against this
Alligator Staff Writer "IT(TilE APA)is the law-we have got to said he was going to appear before a sort of thing-and we ought to do it again,"
comply. But we ought to put the burden of legislative committee in, Tallahassee next Stetson said half-jokingly.
UF must comply with the massive changesin setting guidelines on the Chancellor's office," Tuesday to discuss the APA and he needed STETSON SAID he was going to direct his
operating procedures required by the Hanson said. information from each of the vice presidentson staff to gather facts about the health center to
Administrative Procedure Act (APA), but The APA has come under heavy criticism how their departments operated. present to the APA legislative committee next
administrators say they don't know how. from UF and other state school officials, who UF vice presidents must gather facts to week, asking for exemption from the act.
UF Executive Vice President Harold argue that the restrictions being placed on the support their arguments for exemption Biggs Biggs said he could understand why the
Hanson decided Tuesday to request university operations would slow decision- said.AN vice presidents were opposed to the APA.
'assistance from the Board of Regents' making processes almost to.a halt. AREA of special concern at Tuesday's* "I've fought this thing with all my might"
Tallahassee office.MEETING Among the most vocal critics at Tuesday's meeting was the J. Hill is Miller Health he said but added the provisions of the act
WITII[ UF vice presidents to meeting was Dr. Robert Bryan, interim vice Center. were not all bad.
discuss changes required by the APA, Hanson president for academic affairs, who suggested Vice President for Health Affairs C.A. "A year or 18 months from now some of
said he would ask university system Chancellor several times that UF ignore the APA and Stetson said UF "was being had." these things you are going to.like but it is
Robert Mautz to formulate guidelines operate the way it'has in the past. "Two hundred years ago people got behindA going to be hell getting there," Biggs said.
for all nine state universities.The BUT lS::;GS EXPLAINED not complyingwith
APA requires that all universitywidepolicy the act would be illegal, and violators
decisions be least weekin would "end up in jail."
publicized at a
advance UF Atty. Tom Biggs said. "What I am trying to tell you is that we Profs plans heart centerHeart I
Biggs said the act would also require the have to come to grips with this thing Biggs
universities to cite the legal authority for their said, explaining that some kind of changes in
policies. the operation of UF would have to be made professor of cardiovascular radiology at House would be a "permanent
THE INDIVIDUAL schools in the system during the next six weeks. UF's College of Medicine is developing the citadel" where physicians from all over the
were directed by Mautz Feb. 27 to begin One of the major concerns of UF administrators curriculum for a proposed-national center of world could learn the newest advances in the
revision of operating procedures to make sure is which areas of the university' postgraduate education on heart disease. diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart
they will meet the restrictions of the APA.A will be exempted from the restrictions of the disease.
tentative deadline for compliance has APA.MAUTZ Dr. Larry P. Elliot was chosen by 'the
been set for the end of'April. SAID last week universities could American College of Cardiology along with "Heart House will out-distance individual
But Hanson said the individual schools do expect to exempt certain areas of operations, nine other medical scientists across the medical school 1 endeavors in postgraduate
not have the money or the manpower to including student conduct hearings, Student national to plan the courses for Heart House, education because we are able to tap the best
evaluate and change operations. A blanket Government, the Shands Teaching Hospitaland which is expected ,to open in Bethesda, minds of all the 114 schools in the nations,"
policy ought to be set by the chancellor for all strictly departmental policy not applied Maryland in J 1976. Elliot said.DON'T.




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1''Salaryecfii typl.an likely to changeBy I


JANET PARK in UF's affirmative action plan supplement, Dr. Bryan spoke to us. to e nine colleges are Architecture and Fine
Alligator Staff WriterA says dollar amounts should be added or prediction model and go Arts and Sciences, Business Ad
subtracted from the woman's salary to terparting," Trueblood Engineering,
new method of determining salary compensate for differences in degrees held, "TilE SALARY and Communications Physical
,discrepancies 1 between. men and women length of time in rank and publications.The seem to cover everyone," Health and Recreation University"
faculty, termed "insensitive" and "un additions or subtractions result in an Only 24 women in nine affairs.'l and the College of Law.
workable" by women faculty members, may average salary with a standard error factor of designated as $130.16 I AGREED with Trueblood
be scrapped. $130.16.I and scheduled for review, "The formula might leave some
A return to a previously-used method of Any woman whose salary was below the formula. untapped. If the best person in. a
direct comparison of a woman's salary to that average by more than that amount would The nine Education ( ) department is female, but is still a
of a man approximately her academic equal automatically be studied by the office of Colleges are the only UF I underpaid" that wouldn't show up on the
may be used instead, for this spring's academic affairs. by ,the office of academic .
evaluations, according to Dr. Dorothy Nevill, "IT'S POSSIBLE we'll go back to coun-
interim affirmative action coordinator. terparting," Interim Vice President for to fair I IKathy
THE COUNTERPARTING system, used Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said. "I don't Mayer improves
in 1973, required the women faculty memberto want to make any categorical statements
present her department chairperson and ithout consulting at great length with Mr.
dean with the name of a man in her depart Allison." Mayer, the Sigma Phi Epsilon "little They I were participating in a Gainesville" to
ment she felt had about the same degree James Allison will become the permanent sister" who was in critical condition followinga Tallahassee charity "run-a-thon.
experience, teaching or research duties and UP Affirmative Action Coordinator in early March I highway crash near Perry, is now The hospital spokesman said Mayer has
publicution record. May. described as being in "fair" condition, ac- been "up and around" in her room, and was
Of the 75 women who chose to be coun- "Even if there are no funds'for immediate cording to a Tallahassee Memorial Hospital able to walk without assistance.
terparted 53 received equity raises when it equity raises for underpaid women, I favor a spokesman. Fraternity president Mike Plum said
was determined their salaries were return to counterparting," (felicity: Mayer, I UC, received severe head injuries several fraternity members went to visit
significantly lower than the men performing Trueblood, president of the Association for when a gasoline tanker truck slammed into Mayer during the weekend, and reported her
approximately the same jobs. Women Faculty (AWF) said. the rear of the flatbed truck in which she and to be in "good spirits and getting her color
The salary prediction formula, described "The AWF voted last Wednesday, when 16 members of the fraternity were riding. back."


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clean cityBy

photo by eric Mtrln
JACQUES NEHER your p's and q's. There's no time for day dreaming." he says brooms, shifts into another gear, and soon enough the
Alligator Correspondant in a serious tone that is barely audible over the whining and "monster" is cruising at about 40 miles per hour down SW
Herbert Williams keeps his mind in the gutter{ 40 hours a grinding of the brooms,engines and nine water sprayers. Second Avenue. A vacant lot on SW 6th and 5th Ave., is
week. Herbert says his "monster" consumes 24 gallons of gasolineand where "monster" ends. up depositing a three-foot tall moundof
Herbert spends his nights patrolling Gainesville's curbs, 600 gallons of water in one night. Since the water tanks litter.
behind the wheel of a swooshing, water-spitting street- have capacity of only 200 gallons, he must fill them up at fire "We call this the 'pecan tree dump' on account of the
sweeper sucking up leaves and grass, bottles, beer cans and hydrants along the way. pecan tree over there," he says, pointing to a large tree
other street debris. ANOTHER PART OF the street-sweeping routine comes hanging mtionless in the dark.
AS ONE OF THE CITY'S four street sweepers. Herbert when "monster's bowels" must be emptied of the ac- "I DON'T KNOW IF this is city property or not, but no one
must work the night shift two months out of the year. From cumulated litter. ever complains, so I guess it doesn't matter" he sayd.
10:30: p.m. to 6:30 a.m., he keeps his precision-tuned eye to "Time to dump." Herbert said emphatically. He lifts the Williams soon returns to the spot he left to continue the
the curb as he criss-crosses the deserted city in his two-ton snail-paced tour into Gainesville's nightlife.
monster". .o.. Herbert whistles a playful tune and then begins to talk of
"It's not so bad. .in fact I kinda like it," said 34-year-old .. the dreams and ambitions he once had as a child in the small
'ItftI. !
Herbert about his job. "No one hassles me. .I guess you .. i town of Putnam Hall
could say I'm my own boss." ALTHOUGH HERBERT SAYS his job puts him under no
Herbert claims the only one who doesn't approve of his -0 pressure, he retreats every weekend to his hometown for two
night-owl I work is his wife. days of "nothin' but fishing."
"I GUESS IT WOULD be better if I wasn't married. My Up ahead, clouds of steam are suspended motionless in the
lady likes to see me home at night" he says with a self- \ air over the electrical generating plant. .Scattered mercury
assured smile, while,crawling slowly down North Main, the vapor lamps cast an eerie glow off the dense night air. At
start of the "run". t about 2 a.m., the "monster" stops.The revolving beacon light
Sunday through Thursday nights Herbert makes the seven reflects off a nearby window.
mile per hour tour of the city, guiding the ,two: spinning \ "TIME FOR A BREAK," Herbert sighs, pulling the white
brooms so they meet the contour,of the curb at the correct levers on the consoleThe hydrolic brooms. lift from the street
angle and keeping an alert eye out for any object that might i and the engines become silent:
jam up the two-engine sweeper. Herbert lifts off his yellow cap and wipes a damp forehead.
"I 1 really have to watch out for pipes and large rocks" he "Yea.. ,it's a pretty good ,gig," he reflects on an earlier
says, never taking his eye off the large mirror focused on he Nsr question. .
front gutter broom.; "You know people are too status conscious. But.I don't let
HERBERT, WHO HAS been sweeping streets for almost that bother me. ,I've got a job to do and I'm going to do my
two years said he had only one night of training before takingthe best."
wheel himself. HERBERT WILLIAMS He takes a swig of ice water from a jug and wipes his brow
"It's not hard to do. but you've always got to be watching: .one of four city street sweepers 'again. for Herbert Williams,i the night is still young.


Hi*Independent Florida Alligator,Wdn.cday.March 12. inS, Pbga 5

Arthritis cure closer

[, due to ,breakthroughBy

LINDA WISNIEWSKI mechanism where rheumatoid arthritis is chronic."

Alligator Staff Writer The enzymes within the lymphocytes are not present in

acute arthritis while they are present in rheumatoid, or
"A UF doctor says his medical team can now try to find a chronic arthritis Caldwell said.

Mg "chemical substance" to "inhibit" an arthritis-causing enzyme "Most types of arthrisit are acute; in other words, they lasta

Y because of the work.of a UF pre-med student couple of weeks and then go away. Rheumatoid arthritis is
>. Rick Blau is the pre-med student who recently discovered chronic. It can last from six weeks to 60 years," he said.
the enyzme that contributes to the longevity of rheumatoid Blau said he had worked on his experiment for about one

athritis said Dr. Jacques Caldwell, chief of Rheumatologyand and a half years and had "just stumbled" on his discovery.
Allergy at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. THE ENZYME WAS discovered by Blau when he got

.The enzyme, presently called LCAF (Lymphocyte Cellular blood donors and isolated the cells within the lymphocytescells
Complement Activating Factor) is present in the lining of in the donor's blood.

arthritically diseased joints Caldwell said. "No one had ever looked inside the lymphocyte cell beforeto
"WE KNEW THAT lymphocytes (cells present in the see what went on inside the cell," Blau said.

bloodstream)were present in the lining of diseased joints, but The money for the experiment was provided by a grant
we never knew what was inside the lymphocytes until now," from the Florida Arthritis Foundation and the Alpha

Caldwell said.Caldwell Omicron Pi sorority in Broward County, Caldwell said.
said that because of the discovery, there is now an THE ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION provided $12,000 and
;tor} ,3as 5 1 explanation as to why aspirin helps alleviate some of the pain the sorority donated "several hundred dollars." The grant will

people afflicted with chronic arthritis suffer. be renewed so that there can be additional studies on treating
"Before we had absolutely no idea why aspirin works for rheumatoid arthritis. Caldwell said., '

people who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. Now we have Caldwell said the discovery of the enzyme opens "new
found that the aspirin shuts off the production of the enzyme avenues" of treating rheumatoid arthritis.

estrin LCAF," Caldwell said. "We can now treat rheumatoid arthritis by using drugs (that
photo by
DR. JACK CALDWELU BLAU'S DISCOVERY, which Caldwell said was "very specifically.inhibit the production of this enzyme" Caldwell
impressive for a pre-med student," may "also represent the said.
.Blau's discovery may lead to arthritis cure

Little virtuosos learn violin DV ear IBy

TERRI SALT concentrating on reading music. developed an appreciation for classical play at the Music Educator's National
Alligator Staff Writer She went on to say, "you talk before. you classical music. Convention this month in New Orleans.
read or write." ONE DAY SHE said she found her four-
"It's a special honor and so we didn't
IT IS THE SAME with music. A child can and-one-half-year-old sitting quietly in front
about when we accepted the invitation
Stephanie began stroking rhythms on the play music before he can read or write it, she of the TV watching a classical concert. expenses"
violin at the of 19 months. Now at four, Kitts said.
age explained."You Her other three children came in, sat down
she has quite a repertoire. have to have family involvement," and also listened. TO FINANCE the March 22-24 trip, the
Stephanie's mother, Sonnhild Kitts, is she said. "These kids ,are ordinary kids, not players are giving two special children shows
director of the Gainesville Suzuki Players'a In addition to, the group meeting, each geniuses,"she said. Saturday, March IS at 10 and 11:30 a.m. in
group of 45 violinists ranging in age from 4 to child has a weekly private lesson. People don't have to be born with talent. the Gainesville Women's Club.

17.MARCHING THE MOTHER OR FATHER, who must Musical ability can be acquired by anyone, The show will include a presentation of
AROUND the room in single attend the lesson with the child, is given a she said. "Peter and the Wolf' with volunteer UF
file or just standing still, the young violinists "Listen and Play" record and music book. THE GAINSEVILLE GROUP is the first students playing winds and brass to ac

play together during their group practice each Until the child can 'read, music, he is Suzuki group in Florida. Groups have now company the violinists.
Thursday, in the UF Music Building. dependent on his parent to help by either stated at FSU and Eckerd College. A magic show will also be included.
Their mothers sit watching and smiling, Admission is 75 cents for children and
playing along on the violin or piano, or by The Gainesville Suzuke Players have been
giving words encouragement to the little playing the record. chosen as one of I 14 groups from the state to $1.25 for:adults.

musicians."Do The child can then imitate the tune on the
the kids enjoy it? Just look at them.
violin Kitts said.
They even look happy said Ann Kniffen,
"IT IS IMPORTANT to create a musical
mother of two small violin: players. environment for the .hild.;" she said.
KITTS TEACHES the children using the
For example, some of her students attended
Suzuki method based upon "playing by ear.
lessons of an older brother or sister and
She explained the Shinichi Suzuki is a 74-
therefore were wxposed to music at a very
year-old violinist who believes "music makesa
early age.
beautiful heart. Five-year-old Susan Kniffen began .....
Caren Gorenberg. mother of four violinists, listening to the violin lessons of her brother
said Suzuki is "not interested in producing when\ she was three months old.
fine musicians, but tine people." WE BOUGHT her a violin when she was
"IT'S A BEAUTIFUL philosophy," she three. She started lessons last September,"

added. her mother said. ..,. ,,*,ti" <'- *"* ,
Suzuki developed a method to teach young "I 1 learned to play the violin because of III
,:children who\ could not read music to play this" Mrs. Kniffen added. She is now a
violin. member of the University Orchestra.Mrs. .
They learn the basic skills first before Gorenberg said her children have / # {{


. Daycarefunds. get OK M' ;-

The Activity and Service Fee Advisory approved by the Student Senate, would cover .I. 'fIII

Committee (ASFAC) recommended Mondaythat the cost ,of two adjoining buildings, equip- '

58U)()() in surplus activity funds be ment and salaries for two full-time directors. .. ,.' '

appropriated for an on-campus day care 'The funds for the proposed center, which 4 i y y i ? ail ; ;".

center has the support of the UF'Mayor's Council J' :'1 R : : I" .
The proposed day care center planned for and Housing Director James Hennessy would Y .
completion by next fall, would be able to come out of approximately $115.000 in ,, .Jl'. It.f i"', ; ,,
handle W) children between the ages of 3 and surplus activity funds. J /', """"? '
5 years old. The surplus was caused by'a higher /' "J.
'n Only children ho had at least one parent ,
enrollment than expected this year, Each ,_ "
would be
enrolled as a full-time student $2.27 of each credithour's Y'a i
currently pays out ,
which is -oJ s p
eligible for the day care program 1'1 0
tees to the activity and service fee fund. .,,."t
geared to accomodatc. low income students L
who cannot afford to place their children in a The request tor the day care center was photo by Andy newman
passed 5-J t b>' ASFAC. with only Warren BUDDING VIOLINISTS
private center.
The $87,000 allocation, which must be Wilson opposing the allocation. Learns by Suzuki method while parading around room 4
o .

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Poll tax 1975

BacK in the 1800's the U.S. government decided

; every man should have the right to vote. Some
states weren't so crazy about that idea, so they
decided to':get around it by charging a poll tax.

Only those who could afford the tax could cast a

' Today, there is no poll tax. But there still is a
price attached to the little lever in the voting
1 booth.

The price includes having to register at inconvenient -

hours or at out-of-the-Avay locations,
, overcoming official indifference, figuring out
differences between localities and trying to get

information despite lack of publicity.Like .
the poll tax, today's price hits hardest at
racial minorities, the poor and the working class.
They are the ones who can't leave work to registeror

,vote. They are the ones who don't always have
the transportation to get to inconvenient

t registration offices. MISS//*
And because of this, they are the ones who ...AND THIS TlMEjDUM/rV/.DOrr

traditionally do not bother to register and vote.

r1/ In, 1972 national election, only 55 per cent of Senator seeks student ideas
; / those eligible bothered to vote. That was the lowest

since 1948. About 38 million Americanswere
f with and solicited the
TO: Students Florida state universities state has not adequately
not even registered.In FROM: Senator D. Robert Graham Chairman Senate opinions of the primary consumers of the service, namely the
Florida, 74.1 per cent of those registered did Education CommitteeIT students. The state university system can no longer be indifferent
vote. This isn't very impressive when you consider to your views. The best thinking of all citizens is

that only 68.3 per cent ,of those of voting age IS NO SECRET that the State of.Florida faces a difficult
fiscal year. Hard decisions must be made about budget
bothered to register.
priorities and policy changes in light of a drastic revenue
Here in Alachua County, there are no statisticson T
shortfall. The facts are essentially these: SEN. GRAHAM
the percentage of voting age citizens who aren't

registered. Roxanne Friis of the supervisor of The total operating budgets for state government for the OPEN LETTER
elections office claims that in an area with as many .current academic year were predicated on an assumed state L
students as Gainesville has, it's hard to know general revenue fo $2,325 billion an increase of $250 millionover

exactly how many are registered. However she did The the 1974 state academic university year.system was appropriated $255 particularly important at 'this time.

estimate 50 per cent of eligible students are million of this total. Since the fall of 1974 the projected state Therefore. I am requesting and urging that you send me
registered, which is probably due in large part to revenue has fallen far behind and revenue collections will be any ideas and suggestions for budget deletions or reductions
conscientious registration drives. in the $2. to.$2.1 billion range. shifts of emphasis or reallocation of responsibilities', which
v/ Such drives, however, are a rarity in most To accommodate this shortfall the total state surplus of will have a minimum effect upon program quality.In .
', $105 million has been committed certain building projects the next few weeks the Senate Education and Ways and
places.To deleted and state agencies subjected to a 3.3 per cent Means Committees will finish preliminary budget hearingsand
combat the problem of declining! voter reduction in anticipated expenditures. For the state university enter a second phase of detailed review prior to final
participation, the U.S. Senate in 1973 voted to system this has resulted in a reduction for this academic year budget decisions. I would like to hear from you individually
establish a nation-wide system of registering voters qf approximately $9 million. or by groups-as soon as possible.
for federal elections by mail. e The projections of revenue for the 1975 academic year YOUR LETTERS SHOULD cite specific examples
Under this system postcard registration forms are unstable, but are unlikely to be substantially greater than names program titles where possible account numbers and
this year's. other sources for follow up of more detailed information. If we
would be mailed to all addresses and
postal will need facts and
are going to proceed along lines we
residences. The cards would have to returned to. TO AVOID UNCONSCIOUS serious damage to programs not just idle rumors or fanciful bitching.
local registration agents no later than 30 days it is important that state budget policy makers have the best Since these letters and communications'' constitute
before a federal election. possible information and insight. Stringent times present an public records should you feel compelled not to reveal your
In 1974, the House tried to pass a similar bill, opportunity for major reform in budgetary and program identity be sure and provide specific information and data on
priorities and for improvements in the efficiency of govern your ideas with references. Address your ideas to: -
but in a close vote, it was rejected. The bill was mental services.
Senator D. Robert Graham. Chairman
strongly supported by organized labor, student The 3.3 per cent reduction applied across the board'is an Senate Education Committee
voter registration groups and Democrats. It was abdication or policy responsibility and strikes at the important 14420 Northwest 60th Avenue
strongly opposed by the House Republican Policy and marginal the efficient and inefficient with equal Miami Lakes. Florida 330ft
Committee. lorce. This is a time to make inroads against inefficiency, 1 promise you that all of the suggestions and proposals I
waste and unnecessary programs. In some areas we need a receive from you will be acknowledged, duly considered and
Unfortunately, our own Rep. Don Fuqua, a
100 per cent cutback not a 3.3 per cent cut; and in other wherever possible implemented by incorporation within the
Democrat voted against the bill. His District Two areas such as student financial aid significant increases are legislative appropriations bill or separate legislation.
has the greatest percentage of blacks in all required.IN I URGE YOU TO participate in this process..Thank you
Florida the lowest per capita income, and its SETTING HIGHER education budget policies the tor your assistance.

composition is 28.2 per cent blue collar workers.
And because Gainesville and Tallahassee have

large universities the student population is highly
The Independent Dovid smith Tern wood
mobile.In .
Managing Editor
other words the district that would'benefit
most from the system voted' against it. Florida Alligator .

,The AFL-CIO poured SI million into its lobbying all a"e\
campaign for the bill, knowing the idea David. Klein Conno Brugman Brian Jon.
turned off politicians from "safe" districts where JP News Editor Layout Editor Layout Editor

the political balance might be upset by a large R.A. 'Tony Kenduor . . . . . . . . . . . General Manager
influx of voters. conservative who Jam t 7.Cook . . . . . '. ... . . . .Assistant General Manager Published by
new Fuqua a Mrs Evelyn Bttt . . . ... . . ... .. . . . .Administrative Assistant
has been in Congress since 1962, comes from a Ann Molphurs . . .. .... .. h.f.... ... . .. . . .Bookkeeper CunifiiiH; Coninitinwe.tioii"t In",
"safe" district. It appears in this case he was C.Roy Shipp . .. . .. .. ,.. ..... .. . . . . .Business Manager
instead of his Tom MocNamara 'Hi,;' .. .... . ... . . ,.. . ... .Accountant.Roy P.O.ox 13266 UniversityStation :
representing his own interests McGee Jr. . ..H1'rH.'f'1'. . .. .:!. '... . . . . . . .Advertising Manager Gainesville. Florida with
district. Donna Lubrano . . . . .. . :. . . . .. .Advertising Coordinator offices behind the College $Inn. I
But hope Rep. Fuqua will reconsider his Acey Harper . . . . . . .. . . .Special Sections Coordinator 1728 West University. Avenue.
we Lynda Homier :. . ,:. . . ... . . . .Advertising Production Manager Business Office phone: 3764446.
position on the post-card registration bill. In the Diana Snyder . . ... . . . . .. .Editorial Production Manager Editorial Department: 376-4438.'
interests of truly representative government he Lynn Sokler . . . . . . . .Editorial Production Manager Advertising and .ProductionDeportmentt
. : ,37*44B2.
it 'Glenda Martin Circulation & Classified
should reintroduce it and support fully. Manager



I Florida Alligator,IY'* ne"'o",2.( 1975,,Pag*7I
_. ',' ,'w "-! .. : ,

An'd'il swift kick for the iurv I

This quarter is almost over and.1 certainly can't say I'm But this failed to calm the fears of individuals and
sorry. The cheating scandal budget slashing grad student dealing with rape victims. Members of the Gainesville groups
layoffs and the possible tution hike bad Rape T JANIS MARA
enough. Then Information and
Counseling Service said they felt this ruling
the Gainesville Greens (the virus
) descended
to wipe out the would discourage women from reporting rapes. [ )
last remaining survivors.
The news of the Supreme Court decision left many of us OPINIONIN
YOU REALLY' NEEDED a sense of humor to survive at stunned.
Monday evening, a group of Gainesville women sat
UF this quarter. And nobody needed it more than around
supportersof at a friend's house rereading the newspaper and
women's issues.
staring at each other bleakly. The energy, not to mention the THE MIDST OF THIS chaos the doorbell rang. A
It's been a bad quarter for feminists. First there was the saving grace of humor, was at an all-time low. couple of friends walked in. studying us curiously. Hystericalwith
"Total Woman" course to brainwash er, teach us all to be WE WATCHED
LISTLESSLY as Sallie our hostess, laughter we explained the situation as best we could.
perfect wives. started' blowing up what looked like a huge balloon. As it One of them caught on immediately and howled
Then Lou Brancaccio made his bid for the title Misogynistof took shape we realized it was a child's toy with sand in the "EY AA! Die. Supreme Court!"
the Month with these immortal( ) words: bottom, a punching bag that would pop back up when you With that, she dealt the dummy a mighty kick. It
"Women's sports. .is covered. But women seem to"have knocked it down. It had a drawing of Bugs Bunny and two catapulted against the ceiling, then fell flat on the ground and
their: bras in an uproar as if the coverage has rubbed their rabbit ears. stayed down for the count.
breasts the wrong way. Oink oink.A Sallie put down the dummy and poked at it listlessly. WE DECIDED TO leave at that point. Giggling
MERE NINE days later, a second contender for the Suddenly someone shouted sheepishly, we went out the door leaving the murdered
Misogynist crown shot into the spotlight with the speed of a "Take That Leonardo's Pizza!" dummy face-down on the floor. We left with our high spirits'
greased pig. Leonardo's Pizza ran an ad featuring a naked The dummy went flying across the room, propelled by a restored, vowing to use this method of tension release the next
woman with the question. "Had a piece lately?" mighty kick. Suddenly everyone'started shouting. time things got to be too much. ,
As angry letters poured into the Alligator more alarming "Here's one for Lou Brancaccio!" As the feminist group Lavender Jane says in one of their
developments,were surfacing nationwide.On THREE OF US KICKED simultaneously and hit the songs "We ain't got it easy but we've got it."
Sunday Feb., 16, The Gainesville Sun reported Dr.Kenneth dummy square in the crotch. It shot all the way into the foyer
Edelin's conviction of manslaughter for the "death"of and knocked over a lamp.As .
a fetus in a legal abortion. I brought back the dummy which was starting to look
Almost before the furor over the Edelin case died down, the rather bedraggled, someone yelled Dirty glassware
final blow arrived. On Monday March 3, we learned that the "Get the Edelin jury!"

Supreme Court had struck down the ban on reporting the The dummy was kicked out of my hands. They hit it so
names of victims in the media. EDITOR The followingis department are giving up
rape hard it flew into the kitchen, knocking over a cuple of Corelle
MANY NEWSPAPERS RESPONDED to the news with dishes. True to the manufacturer's claim, the dishes didn't an open letter to Dr. their lunch hours (and many
announcements that they would only print the victim's names break but bounced around on the hard floor, clattering like a Robert Marston. dinners and weekends) to
in cases with unusual news value. hundred pie tins.Dark I think you are doing a wash this equipment so the
tine job in Tigert Hall but undergraduate labs can
that's not where the .continue.
I Council defense award problems are. Next quarter pathogens
glasses The Department of MCY 406 & 506 is being
Microbiology is in the midst offered. This course uses a
EDITOR As Presidentand meetings and make these EDITOR Robert Ensslin's letter printed March 7, of a crisis. The chairman of lot of glassware and media.In .
Treasurer of the ,. arges to us in person, subjects both himself and the publisher to damages. I have the department came into addition the organismsthat
University College Student instead of through the never been accused of cheating nor do I belong to any our classes this last week to are used range from the
Council we feel that we havean newspapers. We question the fraternity nor has my mother ever blamed anyone for tell us that none of the causitive agents of diptheria
obligation to the studentsof information that these dragging me into a cheating scandal.Mr. money that we pay for typhoid fever and
this University to refute charges were based upon. Ensslin's inaccuracy is matched only by his myopic tuition ends up in our pneumonia to food
the charges made against us What information is there vision in failing to see that my letter"is not an. avocation of department to pay for our poisoning. I promise to try to

in Wednesday's Alligator. that we are spending our cheating. education. Dr. Smith was deliver as much of this
STUDENT SENATE money unrealistically? An understanding heart urged'by Solomon would be of not complaining about unwashed glassware to your
President Kevin Malone has Where are their facts? We some help to Mr: Ensslin. An understanding of the causes working long hours for low office next quarter so you
stated that we are spendingour maintain they have none. and the motivations of the evils of cheating is the first step pay, or how there isn't can spend your lunchtimelike
money unrealistically.Greg They have taken specific leading towards a minimization of cheating. Mr. Ensslin enough room in the labs anda my professors.
Sherman has stated opposition to the Energy 4UC(being quite an achievement) wins the Dark Glasses. lot of research and experiments I want you to know that

that we are not spending Consciousness Sumposium. Tin Cup Award. are done in the the students are 100 percent
money in accordance with We requested S2.000 from a hallway but about how the behind the department justas
the finance manual. We student government excess John David Kelner contaminated glassware and they have backed the
must categorically deny thatwe of$220,000. This is less thanI 4AS media can not be taken care .students in the past. What
are spending money I per cent of the excess, our of. Dr. Bleiweis, Dr. Smith. about the administration?

illegally irresponsibly or college has 33 percent of the ADVICE AND ''DISSENT Dr. Hoffmann Dr. Previc Robert S. Bloome
unrealistically.Our students at this university.' and other members of the 4AS

council has instituted THE PROBLEM OF -

several programs this year: energy is one ,of the most The law of and effectEDITOR .
The High School Training critical problems facing this cause
Program the formation of a nation today. To label our
typewriting lab the request for less than I : I am writing as OH YES, I 'DID NOT cupied many seats in the Effect?
Southern Colloquim percent of the excess funds, the mother of four UF BLAME the Sigma Chi church on that funeral day UNTIL THAT HAPPENS -
Lindsay Anderson Paul for such a tine project as graduates and as the fraternity, at the Universityof but their bursar Sachem how safe is our
Engle. Betty Friedan Max being unrealistic 'is in our mother-in-law of two UF Illinois when one of their member (and headed for Phi precious next generation?
Lerner. Peer. Advisement, opinion an irresponsible graduates. My great concernis outstanding members (my Beta,Kappa), and Universityof As the venerated President,
the Debate Team. Career statement. We believe that fraternities and the brother Chet) fell over dead Illinois Track Managerwas of the Confederacy; Jefferson
Day. and the Utrecht Mr. Malone and Mr. needless death of four (between his Junior and dead! Davis was' reported to have
Program.The cost of each of Sherman owe our council a students enroute to. Senior years)after a foot race Now, for Carol Grace at said, when stupid older men
these programs has been justification of their Tallahassee recently. with Art Saunders, in Park Cornell how can we help wanted to send very young
modest. remarks if not an apology. WHILE AT UF in the Ridge Illinois in 1919. Interfraternity! Councils and men into battle in the Civil
In our opinion we have This council has nothing'to early J 1950's our Sarasota. I blamed the overworked Fraternity Advisors insure War "Gentlemen we
used the money allocated to hide, and through the born son-in-law would not Maine Township High that students learn safety cannot grind the seed corn"
the council both wisely and 'programs listed above we live in the Sigma Chi house, School football coach for rules something that their and that was a long, long
judiciously. Our financial have improved the academic as "they act like little! allowing Chet with a weak high schools driver license long time ago.
records are available for excellence of University children". He chose to-live heart to play such a examiners or parents
inspection by any student in College thus we will not in Buckman Hall. Our strenuous game. Yes, the evidently never taught them,
this university.WE allow ourselves to be daughter his future wife, fraternity "brothers" oc- The Law of Cause and Mrs. P.R. Mcintosh
QUESTION the castigated by those who do rarely attended ZTA house

motives of those who not possess the facts. chapter meetings; but she Better planning tragedyEDITOR II
maintain that we have chose to be employed at the
wasted our We ask Neal Marks, President Engineering library, where
them to attend money.any of our Steve Hagen.Treasurer she could also study. : The accident claiming the lives The patrol car's ,flashing light would have
Now their elder daughter, of four Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers two been an excellent way to warn motorists (even
The in New York City has weekends ago was indeed a horrible tragedy. speeding truck drivers) of possible danger.
Independent received a Regent's Award However we should try to prevent further Such a light could also have drawn attentionto
and she will matriculate in calamities, instead of agonizing over the the cause the brothers were representing.
Florida AlligatorDoug Biological Sciences: at accident and its unalterable results., Unfortunately four human beings 'were
Cornell University in Ithaca According to recent newspaper accounts in killed before the flaws of their good-
Dial Ron CunninghamEnt.rtoinm.ntEditor The Alligator and. The Gainesville Sun intentioned plan were revealed. Better
Aaociot.Editor N.Y.But
I, how safe will Carol proper safety precautions were not taken. planning and implementation should be
Kochoni Jr. I Grace be if an immature Specifically the fraternity's truck lights were adopted by similar good intentioned
I George bunch: of fraternity not all working. organizations if they want to save more lives
Photo Editor "brothers" prevail on her to Project Planners also failed to realize the than they lose. .
I G.gForr.r Mindl KwmonAwt. do as stupid a thing as did effects of a slow moving vehicle on a busy, .
Sporti Editor Ntwt Editor they w ho were involved in the high-speed highway. A State Highway Patrolcar Glenn Mans
"accident" very recently? escort may have prevented this tragedy. JJTh.lnd.p.nd.nt

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Important information to students. faculty t
at ..University, of Florida.,
Equipment for Living

College of Law _

I f Dr J. Richard Julin, Dean 1
How UF Got Dr. Walter Probert, NEH
r College of Medicine :, ', Project Co-Director College of Engineering

NEH'' GrantThe 11:) Dr.Wayne Chen,Dean
Dr. Chandler Stetston,
, '. '. '
\ .' Dr.James ,NEH
Health Affairs V-P '. UF HUMANITIES
I Project Co-Director
announcement this week of a near Dr. William Deal '
Assistant Dean f: Dr. Gareth Schmellng, Director ',
$1 million grant to the University of ,
Dr. Richard Reynolds, of NEH grant project j "" -
Florida the National Endowment for
NEH Co-Director I
Project Dr. H.G. Moss, Director, .
the Humanities to establish humanities for Studies in the Humanities .
councils for professional students cal Dr. Bob Burton Brown Dean : .. ::1 :; .. I'
minates a 2 1/1 year effort by several University College r,'' I', '"
members of the University community.The Dr. C.H. VanderWerf, Dean "
grant was won in national competition College of Arts, Sciences
I' Dr. Harry Sisler, Dean Colleges of Nursing
over dozens of major universities. It '', and Health Related
of / "
of the institutional College Graduate School
7 was one largest Business Administration Professions
development grants ever awarded by the i.

' NEH (Yale has been awarded a $11/2 Dr. Robert Lanzillotti, .," Dr.Blanche Urey,Dean
million grant), one of the largest single DeanCoDirector Central Administration Dr.Howard Suzuki,Dean
, package grants ever awarded to the as yet unnamed Dr. Robert Bryan, Interim V-P
r University of Florida and by far the Academic AffairsDr.

largest non-science related grant ever
Gene Interim
awarded to UF.
Assistant V-P, Academic Affairs
"We are uniquely equipped to carry out
this greatly needed educational program
-for the professions," said UF President The National Endowment for the Humanities grant development of the program was Dr. Sam' A. Banks,
Robert Marston. "The University of program, "Humanities Perspectives on the Professions," associate professor in the Department of Community
Florida is one of only a half dozen in the will draw together units on campus as few other projects Health, who was to have been a co-director. Dr.. Banks
nation with so many professional col do. Under the overall direction of Dr. Gareth Schmeling, leaves the University in June to become president of
', leges on a single campus. Its selection by who is also chairman of Humanities, University College, Dickinson College. Under the grant, specially designed
the NEH not only shows recognition of its and will become chairman of Classics, College of Arts and humanities courses will be offered for students headed
diversity but also the excellence of its .Sciences, the project will be administered by the Center toward law,medicine and other health fields and studentsin
professional colleges and various de- for Studies in the Humanities, which will report to the engineering and business administration by teams of
partments in the humanities." Office of Academic Affairs. Also instrumental ia teachers from both the profession and the humanities.
Announcement of the grant happenedto
coincide with a series in the Doones- However, in 1776 values were important, sum: l human nfl a me aliennm palo). have a market value: if a student takes
bury comic strip in which a medical values were taught in schools, and values Humanities should be Humanity; it course "X", can he get a better job?
student was experiencing a study of the were set out and explained on every page should be a singular discipline with many Humanities were squeezed out of any
humanities for the first time. Doones- of the documents signed from 1776 to the facets. It should not be a fragmentedgroup central role they ever played in the
bury artist Gary Trudeau, when told adoption of the Constitution and the Bill of disciplines. Thomas Jeffersonwas "real" world and were made an"enrich-
about the UF grant Monday, stated, "I'm of Rights. Because these are documentsof a humanist who looked on "life ment" program at the university, an
thrilled with the concept, of course, but values, by men of values, for men of whole," and knew that every action exterior polish which somehow made the
what pleases me most is that you people values;they have been rarely amended, demanded a background of values. business administration major more
down there had someone who was able to ,and never suspended.Our Terence valued that he was human. A "cultured." Humanities moved from the
persuade the NEH to make a grant, for word "humanities" is frequently fine humanistic education produced a core of the university to the fringes and
this purpose." spelled in the singular, "Humanity", in Terence and a Jefferson.But humanitiesno began to render "service" to the rest of
The proposal for the grant was almosta England, where Latin is still a central longer strives to do that; it is a groupof the university. In many places, I suspect,
inch thick and the handiwork of many part of each college or university. studies in which every study tries to ,humanities programs are maintained
people, but the idea was perhaps "Humanity" is a better spelling becausethe isolate itself from the others of its kind. It because the powers that be are afraid of
summed up best by a preface entitled Latin word,from which the English is does not "see life whole." It has more being called"philistines,"if they were to
"Humanities: 1976 and Beyond" by Dr. derived is faumanitai, a singular. Hu- and more become enamored of.science remove the "culture" courses.
Gareth Schmeling, chairman of the manitas means that quality which makesa and quantification,and less and less with How the humanities got to the fringesof
Humanities Department ,in University human being. human; it differentiateshim values and appreciation. Humanistshave academic life and existence and
College and principal investigator for the from not only animals but also "learned" to write on the history of became the enrichment rather than the
NEH project. Dr. Schmeling's preface cowards, traitors, criminals, and liars. 1776 and to quantify the data about the subject,is Interesting but not pertinent to
follows: ilumanltas to the Romans was not an movements of men and arms. Humanists this proposal What is important here is
BY DR.GARETH SCHMELINGIt abstraction, but a value which was alive study all about 1776 but rarely 1776, Le. how we at the University of Florida can
amused me at first to watch the in a human. Hnmanitas was not a soul. the values and ideas of 1776, which must 'change the situation on our campus
confusion over the proper way to The man who 1)) knew he was human and have been important enough to die for (where utilitarianism is law) and make
celebrate the Bicentennial of the nation. not a god, 2)) performed his civic duties without any coercion from a local draft humanities an integral part of every
Then it saddened me. While it is surely religiously,3))honored and preserved the board. student's education, of every professor's
Important and necessary for each indivi- sanctity of the family, and 4)) performedhis When humanities were institutionalized background and bearing, and of every
'dual to be aware of the Bicentennial and religious duties,dvidyr was said to in universities, they were ,also college's purpose for existence.
to celebrate it in his own way by have hnmanltas. "Because I am a human departmentalized and fragmented. With The goal of humanities as part of a
rededicating himself to the high princi- being," said the Roman playwright the rise of the "new vocationalism" and university's curriculum is usually des-
ples on which the country was esta- Terence, "I feel that nothing regarding a its rejection of integrated liberal education cribed as threefold: 1)) the acquisition of
blished, what about the people who live human being is foreign to me" (homoUniversity university courses were required to meaningful knowledge from lectures,
and die between bicentennials or centen-
nials? What about the majority of
Americans alive today whose ancestorswere Stat
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not on this continent in 1776? Or Improvement
whose ancestors were British or Hes-

sians and tried to destroy the reality of Below is statement by Board of their original budget request to reflect a reflected in our original request document
1776? The answer of course is simple but Regents Chairman Marshall Criser read level no greater than the amount
bears,in fact,demands repeating: 1776 is at the BOR meeting in Pensacola appropriated for the current year ((1974- Of course no one knows what the state's
' not past, it is present and alive and is Monday: 75)).Such a "no increase" budget request revenue will be next year. Lt. Governor
living in every part of America. Our pastis In its initial request document, the obviously left little opportunity for Williams,who also serves as Secretary of
our present and our hope for the future. Board placed its highest priority on improving salaries. Realistically the Administration, said recently that there
The actions of 1776 created 1976; the improving faculty salaries and requestedan only way that salary adjustments could were encouraging signs that our econ-
actions of 1976 will create the future. overall increase of some 15 per cent. be accommodated under these circumstances omy was'Ubottomtna out" and that we
Nations do not celebrate blcent nnlats. There is not doubt in my mind of the needor would involve a significant layoffof should soon see evidence of improvement -
Human beings, alone, and bonded together justification for such an increase in personnel-which we do not think is By the time the Legislature passes
(Le a nation) celebrate bicen- light spiraling living costs which have desirable.We the Appropriation Act, the projectedlevel
tennials. Institutions do not observe seriously lowered the purchasing powerof should emphasize, however, that of revenue could be quite different
bicentennials, but the human beings in salary dollars. our response to the Governor's mandate than that which served as the basis of the
them do. And these humans choose to. However, with the substantial declinein to resubmit a budget based on an Governor's request. It may be Iess3 l >ut,
celebrate because they observe that the state revenue in recent months, the assumed level of revenue has in no way conceivably, it could be more.
values"of 1776 are the values of 1976. Governor asked all agencies to amend altered our projection of need as refleo As one indication of our strong commit-

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books research, discussion, and experIence -
: aesthetic sensitivity to the best The State University System is
; 2)) receiving with the overwhelming burden of paper
of man's creativity-a striving after the encouraging responses to proposals Legislative work imposed upon us primarily by
ability to make Judgements; 3)) an 1975 Legislature grant greater external agencies of state and federal
appreciation of humanita and its inher administrative flexibility to the state government.
ent values-to make faculty and students universities, Chancellor-Designate E.T. ,Report Wo 2 York continued, "The 'twelve hour
aware of their own'humanity and the York Jr. has written in his second > law' Is a good example of a requirement
humanity others,to develop at attitude Legislative Report, dated March 6. imposed upon the universities by the,
toward life and a commitment to what is York cited the following examples as Chairman Ed Fortune that the committee Legislature which in my opinion does not
lodged to be ultimately worthwhile. support for his Feb. 10 appeal to a "cooperate in seeking solutions to the serve the interest of the University
Humanities is not a subject reserved for subcommittee of the House Education problem areas." System or the State."
universities; it is a subject,of the people, Committee that overall operating costs York's legislative report noted that all UF President Robert Marston in his
for and about people. Universities have. be reduced and efficiency increased by examples of"unproductive bureaucratic inaugural address called for "a system-
however, taken over the :subject and reducing red tape: requirements" were cited to the House wide thrust to have decision making and
established a barrier between it and the: 0 "Commissioner of Education Ralph subcommittee."We accountability placed at the level of
people-as though one needed a license to Turlington supported our pleas that the noted," York said, "that the greatest competence. This may well
practice humanities. Humanities are universities be relieved of many burden universities have been criticized for result in additional delegation of respon-
everyday tools, equipment for living. By some, bureaucratic requirements/ having too many administrative and sibility and accountability along with
this I do not mean to consign to the S "The chairman of the House Education management personnel...(but) it has reduction in confusion and useless bur-
humanities a merely pragmatic or Commission,Dr.Richard Hodes,has essentially been mandated to keep upeneral eaucracy."
utilitarian function, nor to predict some moved to implement our proposal calling
for a cooperative effort..to . .
future more limited role as distinguished *
from their traditional one. It is, rather, the extent to which there could be greater G Purpose building
an attempt to define what I believe"the delegation of authority to the Board of
humanities have always done, and to Regents....
register my suspicion that the humanities S Expressions of interest have been Said To Be on ScheduleWith
received from Senators Robert Graham
are more often than not illserved by
the current practices of our institutions and Kenneth H. MacKay Jr.
of mass higher education. I believe that t Jim Helms, staff director of the $5,125,500 earmarked for the University of Florida from the sale of$46 million
this proposal to the NEH, if funded and House Appropriations Committee, has in series G higher education bonds, the timetable for General Purpose Building A
implemented, would serve the humanities written that he will recommend to should be on schedule, says Neil Webb of the Division of Planning and Analysis.The .
and the humans very well. bond issue was sold February 26 to Salomon Brothers of,New York at an
While humanities is clearly a subject interest rate of 6.77285 per cent, considerably below the state's interest ceiling of 7.5

in itself, it cannot exist In a vacuum. It per cent.
must live in and with humans and their Webb said that the bid for General Purpose Building A will be sometime in late May
work, and at the University of Floridathat f irmativeJob and that occupancy is expected by June, 1977.
clearly means a working relation- The five-story building will be constructed in the block west of University
ship with the professional schools. The Auditorium. It will necessitate the removal of Building H, in which the Division of
University of Florida is in a state of flux; NflO Information Services is located, but will, be built around Rolfs Hall. At some future
the date, Rolfs Hall could be connected.
humanities and the Humanities
The new building will house offices of the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences as
department even more so. But the
University has vigor, enthusiasm, and Job VacanciesIn well as the A&S departmental offices of English; political science, geology,
momentum and geography, anthropology, sociology and history. It will also contain 30 classrooms
University College, as seating 40-45 students and three teaching auditoriums, one seating 300 and two others
an academic unit, is looking for some- SUS Posted
thing to do.I believe that the Humanities 150.Total
cost of the building and its furnishings is estimated at $9,400,207.
Perspectives on the Professions be Information on all job vacancies in the
can Upon completion of General Purpose Building A, it is planned that Anderson,
its work. State for faculty
A grant from NEH would University System ,
Peabody and Building E will be torn down. '
the Administrative and Professional and
provide atmosphere in ,which this
work can thrive. Acknowledgement from Exempt Career Service (those exempt
NEH that the humanities staffs are good from wage and hour law, who do not fill :
enough would give us visibility and out time cards) is posted by Monday of Hearing on Patent Policy
credibility on this campus.The each week in 28 locations, on the' .. I :1
Humanities department has taken University of Florida campus. Scheduled for
practical steps to begin this program in A minimum of two working weeks is ThursdayThe
September 1975 at a very high level We required between posting of a vacancy
have established teams of faculty to and the application deadline to allow Senate Professional Relations and a report on status of limited terms for
prepare materials ready for course use prospective applicants to apply to the Standards committee will meet Thurs- administrators; discussion of proposed .
by June 1975. We have hired an appropriate University CoordinatingOffices day to receive recommendations from copyright policy; status of AF&T actionon
,internationally famous philosopher,Marcus on the campus where the vacancy any member of the University commun- grievance procedures (Wiggington
Singer,to work with us in 1975 in the exists. Locations of all SUS Coordinating ity on revised patent policy at 3:30: p.m. report) and non-tenured faculty posi-
area of Humanities and Law, and we Offices are posted at various locations. in Room 201, Chemistry Research Buil tions; discussion of status of previously
have secured the funds from the Division The various areas and specific locations dings. recommended changes in tenure, renewal -
of Sponsored Research to employ 10 of SUS job availability posting are Copies of the revised policy are etc., procedures and policies; call for
humanities faculty members during the as follows: available through Dr. G.W. Myers, recommendations for nominations for
summer of 1975 to organize materials, Architecture and Fine Arts, 101A AFA committee chairman,340 Leigh Hall, and the spring Senate election, and discus-
refine courses, and develop their own Complex; Arts and Sciences, 102 Anderson the Office of Academic Affairs. sion of the budget effect on matters
background and skills in the areas in Reception Room; Florida Gym, The committee anticipates placing the relating to professional relations and
which they will teach in the fall of 1975. Room 206; Florida State Museum, Reception revised policy on the agenda of the standards.
Desk; Griater Hall, Room 220 March Senate meeting. ,
Other committee agenda items include
Rooms 223 and
and the Hallway between
'It merit 231; Housing, Entrance way; HUB, First Student Judicial Task
Floor, Lobby; J. Hills Miller Health Graduate Open House,
I k Center, First Floor Main Corridor; J. Force Hearing ThursdayThe
ment to salary improvement I might Wayne Reitz Union, Basement Room Bl; Dean Harry H. Sisler will keep his
POint out that in light of prospects for an Journalism, Library in 222 Stadium; office open today from 3 to 5 p.m., Room Task Force on Student Judicial
improved economy in 1975-76, we have Law, 2nd Floor Library Entrance; 223 Granter Hall, to talk with any Affairs will hold an open hearing
recommended to both the Governor and Library West, Information Desk; Little graduate students without appointmentabout Thursday at 4:30: p.m. in 205 Little Hall,
Legislative committees that contingency Hall, Third Floor; Matherly Hall, Steno any matter that they wish to prior to submitting their final recommendations
appropriations be made specifically for Pool,in Room 120; McCartyHall (IFAS), discuss with him or his staff. on the UF Honor System to Vice
the event North EntranceEast Entrance, to Unit President 'for Student ,Affairs ,Arthur
state' revenue l ncrease beyond the level D, Vet Science Building, Field Services Grad School Deadline Sandeen and Vice President for Aca-.
jrojected by the Legislature at the time Building, Nutrition Lab, and Rolfs Hall; demic Affairs Robert Bryan.
Appropriation Bill Is passed. Norman Hall, First Floor, (middle and Friday, is the last,day for graduate According to Rob Denson, Coordinatorof
I would emphasize that salary Improvement west ends); Northeast Regional Data students to remove I or X grades Student Judicial Affairs for the Officeof
for ALL university personnel Center; Physical Plant, Main Building received prior to winter quarter. Grade Student Affairs, this hearing is to
continues to be the priority concern of the Time Shack; Seagle Building, Room 904; changes must be turned into the regis- provide an opportunity for the campus I
Board of Regents,)and effort will Tigert Hall, First Floor- Admissions trar's office ((135 TIG) by 4 p.m., Friday.All community to review the Task Force's,
be made in the Legislative every : to Office; and WeD Hall, Third Floor, Mid I or X grades not changed by this date recommendations before final submis-.
address this concern.PPortunityAffirmative. process Hall. will automatically be changed to E. sion.'at .

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To Promote UniversitiesThe

State University System has
established 33-member Commission on ClnivProductd
University Outreach and Service "to
extend the Universities' influence and
by tha Division of Information 1 Public
outward traditional
efforts beyond cam-
atom Str icf to communicate official not>cti l>
pus boundaries in programs of education, Important Information to students, faculty <. staN tst
research and service aimed at meetingthe at the University of / lorlda.
needs of today's complex and
knowledge-demanding society.
Chaired by Regents Professor Dr. N
Harold B. Crosby the Commission has of sponsored research. To assist in determining the role of
members from across Florida in all Six tasks have been assigned to the the State University System in these
professions. University of Florida mem- Commission: % areas in conjunction with community
bers include Dr. John Gerber, assistant OTo assess the knowledge-based needsof colleges, private colleges and universities
dean of IFAS administration; Dr.Jack T. the "consumer," Le., the citizens of proprietary higher education, man-
DR.EMERSON L.BESCII McCown, WAS extension administration Florida which would include instruction, ,agement consultants and private contract
Environmental Physiologist ; and Pat Rambo, assistant directorFederally certification, research and extension.. research institutions.
t To assist In inventorying the existing
--- ----- State University
educational outreach of the -
Dr. Besch Named Insured Loans System and evaluate these efforts.
To assist in,determining the extent to
which the State University System can
Associate Dean
-- Require Student ActionStudents modify and expand its program to meet
the needs within the resources that will
Of Vet MedicineDr. be made available.
interested in applying for, Student Financial Aid has also reques- t To assist in developing a plan of
Emerson L. Besch has been named federally insured loans for the 1975-76 ted that students who have applied for action for delivery by the State University -
associate dean of the University of academic year should apply as soon as any form of financial aid for 1975-76 also System.
Florida College of Veterinary Medicine.On possible to assure receipts of funds by apply for,a Basic Educational Opportunity t To assist in developing a plan for
the faculty since last summer he fall quarter. Applications for the loans, Grant The more students who receivea continued re-assessment and direction.The .
will assist the dean in coordinating the ,which are usually obtained through BEO grant the more money there will Commission plans to meet'monthly
teaching program as well as in faculty banks in the student's home town, are be available for other students throughthe receiving staff support from institu-
development and administrative affairs. available from Student Financial Aid in federal various Financial Aid office tions In the SUS and the Board of Regents
Dr. Besch, was professor and head of 23 Tigert HalLAccording sources: office.
the Department of Physiological Sciences to Steve Pritz, assistant Others members on the Commission
at Kansas State University and a director of Student Financial Aid, large Pritz said that while the Feb. 21deadline include: Horacio Aguirre Editor of
member of the executive council for that backlogs of applications occur during the for applying for 1975-76 non- Diane De Las Americas; Dr. George
university's Institute for Environmental summer months and processing time can federal ns has passed that students Aker Director of Educational Manage-
Research. be delayed at the state and federal levels. may still submit applications. However, ment Systems at FSU; Robert Alligood,
Earlier submission of applications may these will not be considered until all those of Reynolds, Smith and Hills Architectsof
avoid last minute"red tape"which could who applied before the deadline have Jacksonville; Castle Barringer of
Forum delay funds. been processed.HassleFree' Massey Business College Jacksonville;
Faculty William Blackwell, Director of Veterans
Administration Regional Office St Pe-
Papers Must Be Volunteers tersburg; Becky Carney Director of
Council for Continuing Education of
Women; Dr. Lucius Ellsworth, Chair-
'New Work'Forget Sought from Student Body mand of University of West Florida's

Faculty Senate Council; Dr. E.A. Gior-
the Xerox machine or the The Office for Student Services and "Hassle-Free" attempts to provide stu- dano Director of Academic Program
publication tear sheet' Mr. and Ms. SAMSON are continuing their search for dents with information on Universityrules Development and Continuing Educationfor
Faculty member if you want to be off-campus student volunteers to serve regulations, forms,,.and sugges- the SUS.
selected a President's Scholar in the new an information referral persons in the tions on where-to-find-It. how-to-do-it Dr. Glenn A. Goerke, Vice Presidentfor
Faculty Forum competition.Dr. ."Hassle-Free" program. problems.Any Community Services Fro; Irving
Sidney Homan. said he and fellow "Hassle-Free" representatives in students interested in serving as Goldstein,of Charron Williams College in
coordinator Dr. Sheldon Isenberg have apartment complexes and trailer parks the referral person for students in his Miami; Walter Gorham, Director of
.. received a large number of entries that serve as an information source for apartment complex or trailer park Support Services for Boy Scouts of
will result in six papers earning$200 each students living in the particular area, should contact Dawn Burgess of SAM- America, Inc., in Miami; M.s.J. Greek,
for their authors. But,Dr. Homan added, either by phone or in person. SON at 392-1608 or Bob Burrell of Student Director of Professional Development
too many of the papers are not "new According to Assistant Dean for Stu- Services at 392-1261. for the Duval County School Board;
work." dent Services Bob Burrell, approxi- Charles Harris, President of Florida
He stressed that while papers may be mately 75 per cent of the student body Burrell says that only 15 complexesand AFL/CIO; James Harris, Orange County -
based on work that has been done in the lives off campus, and does not have the parks currently have "Hassle-Free" Manager; Selden Hill Orlando; ,Pete
past or on work that is proposed, that ready access to information about the representatives and that dozens more Knowles City Manager of Sanford; John
President's Scholars, papers must be University that on-campus students do. are needed. McBryde, Vice President, Educational
material freshly written for an interdis- I Development for the Florida Hospital
ciplinary audience the UF Faculty Association; Dr. Carl E.B. McKenry: ,
Forum. Composed of interested faculty High Ranking Officials Here Vice President for Academic Affairs and
from all disciplines on campus the Dean of Faculties at the University of
Forum was established earlier this year For Food Miami;,Pedro Narez, Field Representative -
by President Robert Q. Marston as an Processing MeetingThe for Division of Migrant Labor; Dr.
"ongoing opportunity for scholarly collo- Kenneth Penrod, Staff Director of Com
quy." The Forum will meet six times growing cost of food processing,' the dinner speaker 7:30: p.m. the same munity Hospital Education Council
during the 1975-76. academic year to hear distributing and marketing-already re- day.Discussions Dr. Gilbert L. Porter of Miami
each of the sa'chosen papers read and sponsible for 60 per cent of the American will include the effect of Emmett Roberts, Deputy Secretary of;
will then engage in intensive discussion.The Family's grocery bill-will be analyzedat new government nutritional labelinglaws the Department of Health and Rehabilitative -
papers,which should be submittedto a special conference highlighted by implementation of the pending Services; Dr. David Robinson
Dr. Homan, 104 Bldg. D or' Dr. addresses from Florida Lieutenant Governor universal product code, laws governing President of Edison Community College,
Isenberg,368 JWRU, are due by May 16. Jim Williams and,UJS.' Assistant waste management plus environmental In Ft Myers; Ronald S. Spencer Jr.
Papers should be written for oral of Yeutterat and conservation tech- ,
Secretary Agriculture: Clayton saving energy Executive Vice President of the Florida
delivery, taking no longer than one hourto the Gainesville Hilton Hotel today and niques. Chamber of Commerce; Sidney Stark
read, and should be with suitable Thursday.The Vice President and General Manager of
modifications (references, etc.), pub- Food Processing Industry Confer- Martin-Marietta Aerospace in Orlando
lishable. Guidelines for the papers also ence, is hosted Jointly by the Florida Faculty Staff Golf Douglas H. Thompson Jr. of Gainesville;:
stress that they"avoid undue popularization" Food Processors Advisory Council and A scramble Golf Tournament for UF Executive Director, of ,State Board of
but be significant to faculty in other the University of Florida's Institute of faculty and staff will be held Sunday at Accountancy; Bette Wimbish, ,
fields. A panel of Judges, chosen from a Food and Agricultural Sciences(WAS). the University Golf Course. Intramurals Secretary of Labor Commerce Deputy
cross-section of the campus's most Yeutter will speak on Today's Economic Sports, tournament sponsor will award Admiral James B.Wilson,Chief of;Naval Vide
. distinguished scholars, will review the Climate for the Food Industry at plaques. Teams will be notified ,of Education and Training, Pensacola and
papers and select the six best. 1:30: p.m. Wednesday. Williams will bee starting time. Chancellor-Designate E.T. York. ;

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1 1BI. South contact between 5 and 7 PM Limited 5:00: 376-7500 (b-5t-98-p) Gardeni. Close med Male roomate
I at light apt Country to wonted 2 br. 2 bth,
Info. call Pam 392-7824 (a-5l-96-p) for rent one or two bedrooms available center last mos rent free. available Mar Hawaiian Village Apt. Call Chris at 378-

Newberry Fla Raleigh 10 spd modified for training in three bedroom opt. at Kings creek 23. Coll 377-7854 (b-5t-100-p) 5138 after 2:00: p.m. (b-3t-100-p)
$300 momlvCT I Sekor 35mm SIR $90 (o-5t- opts call 373-2531 or 377-8280 to make
392-9501 opolt call at night (B-4T-99-P)
$1253211 2:30P.M. EXCEPT SUNDAY
FEMALE roommate Village Park com-
4 function Memory
fortable own room pool oc-heat close to
square squarer root receprlcol, percent
used one quarter only, $5000 373-2814. campus 74.00 + W utilities no deposit 2:10 4il5 4:05 ':00 9:50
373-3941 B-4T-99-P nth STREET end
( ) |
(o-5t-96-p) I
HARLEY DAVIDSON SPORTSER. XLCH roomie 4 bedroom house for rent. large 23rd BOULEVARD 'Rea axe

Chrome frame, mikunl carb, dytch wooded bock yard. 3 blocks to campus.$210a BUXT HJiTMOIiDS VMM DDDQIWOMKTCO
month. 201 nw 10 st. call 3721494for
pistons, "P" cams $1300 I or offer 373- .
more Info (B-4T-99-P)
0613 (o-3t-IOO-p) PG
I Female Roommate wanted for poolside
1975 Honda 360 only 112 miles, with
French Qtr. $5625 +
worrenty $110000 firm Save over
utilities Coll 373-9155 (B-4T-99-P)
$10000 on this new bike Call ARt 372- HARKY&TONTtrNWUth
4355-56 or 3738144 at nits must sell sublet studio opt In the Pines available LAST

Electric Starter (o-5t-98-p) anytime 4T-99-P) after March 20 call 377-8525 (B- STREET and| DAY! MSS 5:557:5050

Darkroom equip, Beseler 23-c enlarger, -Female 23id BOULEVARD f TT TOne
2 lenses, easel, timer, safelight, etc. roommate own room ne area
never used, asking $375 call Bill, 373- pets welcome fenced yard $80 mo., 1-5
utilities I 377-8357 1004 NE 5th Ave b-4t-
( 2:00 3133
2403 (o-3t-100-p) 5:55 7150 9:50
r. Yamaha 180 Guitar, great shape,, never
used only $85 with case Wilson, irons A .... -
woods Coll '*;:\ n:ii wVtf/ : .
Hagen + bag only $100. < of these men
-y' 372-3563 anytime (o-3l-IOO-p) *' UmsexHairstyllng.*: ;4\$:\;

Guitar Yamaha FG 180, hardshell case \ is working for the C.I.A.IDSfPH
excellent condition Also four .
$90. l
t \\ t1 VV V/- lodderbock chairs with cane seats, $35
all four. Call 378-3365 (3t-IOO-p)

Old Gibson LGI Acoustic with hard case .:m 26 3':;,
small and sweet easily worth $175 Bob ./ ;;::....: : .*-. 4jI

373-1614 (o-3t.00-p| )
{ Y
Moto Guzzi 850 full dress, pearl white

paint, a very clean showbit $2,100 or
would consider trade for late model THERE'S MORE

foreign truck. 377-4333. (o-3t.lOO-p) : TO SEE WITHCASUTV

new ladies schwmn lOspeed suburban X.

heavy chain+lock wicker basket loci. I I IEVINE pieifnls' AN AVCO [MBSSr f
Tonight thru Sunday at 8:00: PM'For $115 also a study lamp big wicker 'fr's"-

reservations call 3738375lSICSH.Ut basket A-3T-99-P, +choi..lounge. plants 3928930 w pew YUL HENRY '"" 1
( )
AMPLIFIER-KUS10M, 2-15 apse lansing I TV Channels, A wtetner
, channel UPI Newt New York.
/ -wIt speakers reverr vibrato and distortion
excellent $350. 373-9664 (A-2T-99.P) Stock Exchange 2 FAA stations on
TV Channel, end f FM end 4 AM FLIGHTFROM
( DTSOlJ TYPEWRITER+69 standardolivettl un- stations on me FM bend.
THEpAl derwood, cubic elite-mint cond-little' UNIVBBITYCrTYTELEVISION
use-$40-call sherrl 377-3111 after 5. (A-
'68 CHRYSLER NEWPORT in excellent
conditlon-A-C power steering
brakes-many appealing features-call
CHUCK 392-8202. (A-4T-99-P)
237 YIL UIIl1VE11ifr 6-77-3013

player stereo +om-fm-multiplex ponolOnic turntable receiver-Struck$60 or best

offer toll frog 3784)389 4-ph't-yes guys\ "


NE." -AI Goldstein opt "In' The Pines". 2 bdr. 2 bth

townhouse, A-C heat, dishwsh. garb U'I.llr

disposal pool $230 mo. Available april KRIS -VMe. Ca*r,New' vr TMw*
THE LIFE I Ij call after 5 pm 373-4489 (b-5t-98-p) '
3115: KRIS1DFFERSONUVEHBS ........I'W' CIfIU I |??

serious lid prefd. After 6 call 378-0134. 10:00 'DIllntSn1N
85-mth utlls (I..T.95-P) DcN'T

sublease 2 bedroom furnished apart- -
ment at Brondywine Old rote until June 1N

ond open for possible releasing.
HOLLANDER Available March 20 call 378-3796 (b-St- ANYMORE IDIIIS"


roommate wonted for spring quart. own
room and bathrm 75 per mo. plus diet e ,

call 378-1770 female Viicovo Apis. (b- "tile eMlt'CHIIII that
Sl-96-p) ,

2 Private Rooms Avail. 4 BR. Apt. lest Illy... UI TAm" '.
than '/ mile" from Campus LoMoncha _
No. 56 Air. pool color TV, full Kitchen 11IM : :
Coll any hour. Ken or Tony 373-0156 (b- AOO 16' IsID
Lamtn11 .
sf-96-p1} :: H : 7:10
I bedroom opt. In Gotorwood
; sublet :
I.TNGI/ 4p.INTIODUpNO dishwasher, oc,. carpet, disposal, pool 1- :. CtMiryAOUCTTITII !sID

4 '4TPsmuo.e tennis ct.. quiet. SI75 a mo. contort D .
onager or call 378-5819 offer 6:00: (b- 9. -u

!; + sublet room laMoncho lop to SW 1 p.r :K:
DSXICtslby Pool Laundry Central AC ph 3753244osk
& 9:45 for Norman or Jerry Available for .
Out : I Immediate occupancy.. <(b-5-97-p)_



J, sf
WANTEDI WANTEDFun PERSONAL f r.sge 11 Independent Florida Alligator, Wednesday. March 12 1975

Gentle, together person share house. I liberal, mellow very friendly roomote, loving fem rmmote wanted own rm. Wonted-/orS yr old males with no dental
OWN room. NW. Bike. to compu Fenced mol. or female to shore 2 bdrm opt. 4 Gatortown opt 63.16 spring A summeror experience for doctoral stdy Must live In
tyd-yd per OK w.',. vegetarians; IntO blocks from U of F$85 per mo plus H wtll |lust spring qtr. direct bus to campus married student housing. Free dental
yoga, meditation, musk, and tolling call after 5pm: 373-1634 (c-SMOO-p) call 378-4147 now (c-3t.100-p) exam if selected. CALL 373-3062, 377- CLASSIFIEDSSERVICES
You .I'Iultllk. dogs + NOT use tobacco. wonted: roommate needed for nice 8616 377-7500 (J-3T99-P)_'_
$A8 +V4 /MATURE ROOMMATE wonted for own
mil. Stu or Susan 3786964. Responsible
trailer near 175. Big bedroom A very rider wanted to Wash. DC
(C-JT-99-P) $74 monthly + $25domoge + 1 I3 I-
room. liberal. S 75. month plus Vt utilities call area leave 3-t8-return 330. Shore
utilities A last month. Coll Rick ofter 5
Wonted Drafting arm. Vordo preferred 377-4903 after 3 pm (c-3t-100-p) expenses. (J-
State condition I pm ot 376-5864 (c-5t-97-p)
price phone 372-4417) 3T-99-P)
Female for _
roommate to
(,':.3T.99-P) spring quarter
shore one bedroom apartment 72.50 PERSONAL SERVICEStyping
WANT TO MOVE? plus Vt of utilities 378-5060 keep trying
It mole to sublet In nice 2 bdrm opt 50.63 If you desire to move from your present (C-3MOO-P) SUMMER IN EUROPE Unl-Trayel WIRED FOR SIGHT. IBM Correctable Selectrlc II Mary
me + V4
utilities I'm finally getting location we con rent sublet it tar find youo 4 377-1726 (m-St-98- )
married so must move call Melody 373- Male roomate stoning spring qtr. 56.25 Charters at 'lest than Vt reg. ecooomJ "TheE/e.lss Super Mart" after p
roommate Immediately ot NO COST.
6966 or ee landmark 175 (c-5t-IOO-p) mo plus third utilities. Frederick Gardens fare. 65 days advance payment UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS typing quick and neat reasonable 376-
Call todoyll Apes, call 378-7435 (c-3t-IOO-p) required. US Gov't approved. TWA-Pon '30Q SW 4th Ave. 384480ivVsojMC ; 2269 Morclo (m-5t-98-p)
United Real Estate Auoc. Inc.
Am-TransavlaTOT't. Call toll ".1-800-
( ) '
113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 (b-"-! ), mature male or grod student, 2 br 2 bath, 325-4867. (i H3t-86.p) If Interested In baby sitting co-op? Need_ Wont mode clothes something, repairs different alteration Custom very
point monthi apartment utilities, ,march 24 per occupancy Poncho's; Bookpockt, Pocks W-fromet, medical referral? Call ut for any reasonable. Marcia 376-2269 (m-St-9Q.

BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGE 376-1394 after 5pm. (e-3t-100- Tents Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes, White questions. The Married Student Service P)
I Now It the time to Mart looking for that ) Stag Speedo Bathing Suits Join Unlv Center 377-j13 fm-II Btl.rhnl
rini7-1 I III f Pj
CI Ideal home for spring or fall qtr. We Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic A Trail HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS Typing Service Full time experienced

I have many lilting avail for then a HELP WANTEDSTUDENT Center. :3448 W. Un I". 3739233fr72(| BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAlABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS typist any material. Fast and accurate.
I II -COLLECTOR'S I small deposit can hold It for you. Call O) Delivery. IBM Selectric. Coll 462-2739
| PRINTS I May 377.6992Female torn while you learn Partime Learn self-hypnosl 373-3059 Donald G. (M.ST-99-P) ,
contact work affords extra Income, for COED's facial hair removed per Pr -Certifled AAEH (m-40t-86-p)
I| LIMITED EDITION PRINTS I I117W. I roommate wanted' wind. Interview call 372-2466 or 378-8160 (e- monently. Call Edmund Dwyer Basic Scuba Course Advanced FAST TYPING, ACCURATE SERVICE 10 year PROFFESSIONAl experience,
meadow $66.00 plus / utilitiesper
opts. 7t.96-p) electrologist over 20 experience.Ca'l .
I Univ. 3783264ii registration for spring quarter April 6.All 3734923 (M-4T-99-P)
month available spring quarter call 372.8039 (J-FR-6I-C
ii :.mi *.m -, 373-1010 or 3731037. (b-5t-96-p) Are you concerned about health and ) equipment provided Including mask,
ecology? If so, you will want to know SAMSON wishes to thank all the fins, snorkel, B.C. full wetsuit, tank,
LEWISJ.welryCompony ft. Quarter Apt. I or 2 female roomotet more about opportunities with New-life volunteers who work so hard in sunlonds regulator, all air, textbook and International -
needed. Poolside available for Spring Health Products. We train you to earn o* physical therapy program. debbie, certification. Absolutely no
quarter 56.25 a piece/. utilities. Call much ot you desire call 377-0657 day or valerie, donna, Cindy, susan, morlonne, extras Cost $33 Call Scuba Dynamics
CLASS RINGS 378-5833 (b-St-96-p) evenings (E..T.99.P) Joan, richard. keep up the great work. 373-3069 (m-9t-94-p) HOME HUNTERS

DIAMONDS :2 r bedroom I bath luxurious gotorwood (J.n.99..c) Dive the Dry Tortugo for spring break
opts excellent condition furnished pool to the tunlond Transportation by seaplane from
Wednesday night group. Key We can help you f find a home,
WATCH REPAIRS saunas tennis rent by march 5 minutes. '67 Triumph Spitfire Mkll excellent the girls at Ivy and SAMSON appreciateyour West Survival diving trip for five days apartment mobile home, or
200 W. University Av t. to campus call 377.7298 (b-5t-Q6-p!\ ) mechanical and physical condition work this quarter, donna, doug Include full scuba equipment. Camp at room mol. the easy wayl

372.4106 female roommate wanted own room In Newiclutch tires, inspection, etc. $1000 margaret jack, cheryl, (fill,. bill, lynn, historical Fort Jefferson. $"5.00 for
3 bedroom opt. $67 mo + 1-3 util! bike to call lorry 377.5315 (o-3t-IOO-p, ) renee. thanks for all ,your time and certified diver' or $15000 for non-

campus quiet neighborhood; availablemar MUST SELL NOW 1973 VW Super beetle energy, lowell. (J-2T-99-C)_ certified and trip Include full cer. OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE

rr aiit.ThlU 13, call 373-1933 (C-3T-99-P) w-al stereo FM almost new steel rod tires thank from everyone at beechwood tlficalion. Call Scuba Dynamic 373-5069
female roomate needed starting spg Btr $2395 call Richard after 5pm at 372-5047 ond SAMSON to all the Saturday morning (m.Ql-94-p! ) JOEL It BRIDGES II

2 br furn mobile home 75 mo plus V util. or 373-9705 (g-5t-100.p) recreation group. leu. vickle, MCAT Medical College Admission Test

A !2 1R, spacious, central ac and heat, big yard. for sale 72 ford van Insulated carpetedruns debbie, valerie, doug bill, ladle, rick, special compact review course In Miami REALTOR 404 SW 4th Ave:
jt.Li'r.;;:oU4 call 373-96H (C-3T-99-P) good tel 2-7584 Jeff (o-31-lOO-p) Move, your work I I. appreciated diana. March 23-29 Stanley Kaplan Educational Open 7 Days Ill 7:00 3774700
.711 W I 4 ve. (J-2T-99-C) Center local 392-9428 to enroll call
1 female low
student studious _
( or ) to 71 VW 42000:; ml march. Insp sticker
./ .317 2643 X, shore V4 expenses :2 r bdrm opt begin tlebort rustproofed $1400 I or best offer Just Arrived! New shipment of old collect ((305)) 932-6887 (m-7t-96-p)'

spring qtr. prefer non-smoker lisa will consider financing myself call 373- clothing. Sole prices. Satins, velvet lined Typing.Any material. IBM carbon ribbon

Kaufman Jox. 904-744-1442 (C-5T-99-P) 0623 otter 4 pm only (g-3t-,100-p) denim jackets, dresses, coats, etc. Selectric.73 f-poge double spaced. Coll
2 Dramboui Up from Unlv. Post Off. (|-5t- 373-5572 (M-T-95-P)
1 1 bdr
to rent
HOI S A K RIDING or persons spaciousopt 71 PINTO New Tires, Plugs + Points
IOCICIN oeM" RANCH $95 mo, shore util call Sue after 5. RAdio Heater Excellent Go Mileage. 96-p)_ Professional dog obedience claws 's I
377.9896 or Karen 376-4458 bike to $675 GREAT 8UY 373-5552 or 392.1537 special tanks to the crew ot the sunland now being offered 2 mo. course, $30.
Hones ranted by the Hr. campus, pool, heat, air (c-7t-96-p) (G-3T-99-P) school for doing .a great job, kathy begin March 10 from 8-9 pm at army ..eeeeeeseeee ..

Alto horses for tol*. 591- male roommate to shore opt 2 roommates tale 1968 while block & cathy, nocye, beverly robin, summer, reserve, ne 8th eve 373-1059 keep .
1347; 20 mi. So of own room washer dryer dishwasher cylinder bucket cougar seats runs well top few joni, michelle, debbie, Ina libby. I hope trying (m-IOt-91-p) 0- There jS adifference ,
98 a month + 1-3 utilities. In The you will return in spring quarter. lora (J- Will thesis
Goinosvill on new 441 repairs needed. Take as Is 350.00 call type your dissertation, : III :
Pines call Jeff 3760152. (c-5t-98-p) Jon 377-6682 after 5 keep trying (G-5T- 2T.99-C)_ report-term papers etc. Experienced. .
Wonted Immediately 1 female roomate 95.P) sunland thursday night group: laude, Fast ond Accurate 3774613 (m-5t-96-p) : ,/EpMlnk/ S
to rent own bbr-oom In 2 br-oom bob, nancy lisa lindsay, debble.nour..n ,
Scuba Classes Feb. Wreck
1973 Mazda%-2 4 dr w-air low mileage starting 26th. : MeAT
March rent free. Univ. Gardens near ed. Your friends ot phlox and Dive March 9lh.".Sales Service Rental. over 35.ars ;
only $2395 with $295 down see at Cor SAMSON would Ilk. to thank for all Of .
Coll you :
campus Cathy 373-9375 (c-5t-98p) ezyetNetl
Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild
City 3506 No. Main 377-752)) HUMMMM- your hard work this quarter denise. (J- Kingdom. DATLSAT IIId IUCtIU
@ (ID @ need a decent WETSUIT med or large Ml (g-fr-94-nc) 2T.99-C) TV) Allen Aquatic i Troll Center Inc. .
call don ot 378-1772 any hot babes can 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (m.fr-8c-c) :
1974 Comoro Brand new, light blue Term Popersl Canada's largest Service.For .
call '
onywoy (c-3t-96-p) air, rally wheels radio, power steering catalogue send $2 to: Essay Services, Europe Israel I AFrica Asia tra"eidilCounll Small tses :
ti GOLD t SILVER Top prices paid for c brakes, $3895 Coll Mike ot 392-8948 57 Spodina Avenue. Suite 208, Toronto, year round student air travel : lIE .

HEW b USED rings, old jewelry, etc. confidential cG., or 392-6021 I (messages) (g5t97.p) Ont. Canada. Also, campus represen- Inc 01221$ first ov.tucker go 30084(404)( ). : Yobminouskoa ;
,,, > Ozzle 373-3HV4 (c-5Q.53-c) toll v.. required. Please write. 9344660 (m-25t-88-p) ATE
COMHITI... deer oi j-35t-70- study"a""twillsDCAT ,
/xen.vr sues.. win academy t boarding tablet.
you ore pregnant and need help, we
NEED CASH core Call Birthright. 37749476t93p(| .) LOST.& FOUND ring Professional& trail. Alto huntseat the finest Instruction In boarding.lighted ClllStMlttr"+"splttp4 twe1PAT

&AMMIE-S ARRIVED FROM LONDON male block medium 373-1059 (m-IOt-91-p) o
lost hair
1466-3340 MICA_ NOW OPEN, Specializing In English had lost In french quarter area REWARD call I.D. PHOTOS .......,. for :
Urm .iff,) 1184. Cutting, blow wevlpg- for The\ In look 373-4091 I (l-3t.100-p) passports, resumes, and applications :
rwesv uni.... Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W. _
LOAN sytle 377-0797
BUT SfU TRADE portrait camera
lost ladies brown alligator wallet near ECFetuIdI
0.- Univ. Ave 377-3643 ((1-50-53-p j )
work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20l- :
Mcdonalds reword need
USH WHEN YOU HUD ''T frlday large id's
WANTED: people to ride on a 2 day obso. No questions) call 377-9646 (l-3t- ".p) ;
BICYCLE TRIP after finals. To dunedin- THOUSANDS HAVE
100-P) __ Quality leotherwork never wears out -_
clearwater area. If Interested call Dove, it THE''"SCORES
always wears In. At MoSanDu
UNIVERSITY CITY: TRAVKI 3928082. ((1-lMOO-p) Found: Girls timex watch between specialize In custom leatherwork we_ S

: Summer camp in Vermont Hiking, Motherly I Bryan Halls Call 8.J. 372- purses, belt, coats, jackets, sandals
AMTRAKePLANEeSDIPU swimming, garden,form animal, work 8183 (l-3t-96-nc)_ travel bogs. If It con be mode of leather 377-1420 i
11 I. project, square dancing. Simple Found Gold BRACELET outside Nor. we can make it to suit you. MoSanDu
923 W. Avo. lifestyle, Quaker leadership. Boys, girls man Aud. Call Dr. Boewodt 392-0124 (I- 1 131 W. University/ Ave. open 1 10am-6pm e
University 917. Form and wilderness Foundation.For 3t-98-nc)_ Monday thru Saturday by appointment
Gainesville Flo. 32601 local Info call 377- Sundays i ,
jerry thompson CALCULATOR Found at Bryon Hall 120. evenings 373-7.70.1J'.1( Wi1
3057 -
Call .
(l-3t-98-nc) For all repair on American and Imported !
J.A. Well, Blue Eyes, Ifs been one
REWARDI) for short toiloredgoldsuede I autos see Bill and Mike ot 2225 N.W. 6th touGSngNK
WANTEDTHREE and fantastic blue experience., graduation,Here'1980 to and orange woman's jacket-lost 3wkt ago, peabody :St. or call 376-9479. Do yourself" a e rtsrrunwnorr ONTE. j
Amber you. or leighhot( ) 1 button, call bev 377. I lavorllm-St' ( -91-p) veaeusst_ ter .
(j j-U-lOO-p)
8816 PlEASE L-3T-99-P .
soon, ( )
Bernie: option (all); dwim (good luck .0
STUDENTS a white contact case lost march 7between Need ? .
,. ASSISTANTS TO and best wishessniff) $$ dsn-girls, on help. Professional writer. "-.u..c..
'. THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR, J. unit-car, vol-ser-chlcogo +eo-we'll| murphree area + well hall researcherno. project too big or small
W with clear centacs Inside please call
term to doctoral theses
WAYNE REITZ UNION FOR THE .>. miss youll (j-It! -100-p) 392-6047 and leave message-reword (I- reasonable papers rates call 378-5520

I Lj ACADEMIC YEAR 1975-76 \ HELP FIGHT CO TTON-TAILI? loin 2T.99.P)_ ("m-7t-96-p: )

i J-J STUDENTS SELECTED FOR THESE Z gymnosl we now have special quarterly
rote, call 373-1407 or write po box
( Z POSITIONS WILL ASSIST. IN THE.: ....-l I 12541 city, 32604 (-3t-100-p| )' _

r"J COORDINATION, PLANNING AND r-I:: JOEL. Happy 21 it, you boogerl I hopewe fGOkNy"
O ADMINISTRATION OF PROGRAMS .M shore many more. This It No.1 I of I

SPONSORED BY THE RHTZ UNION. your presents..Wait till you see No. 2-611 I

ADDITIONAL .DETAILS AND AP- M:: love you, Donna. ()I.It.I OO-p)

FUCATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN W "God has given man the eye of Investigation ..
by which he and
may see
ROOM 330 J.W.R.U.COLOSSUS. recognize truth" Boha'l Writings (j-

It-IOO-p) Works
of Art
Potty, Believe the truth and every thing
will work out In your favor Milt ((-lt.)( .
; '00-P)

hours, $35; course 'repreatoble free. by
THE FORB'INPROJECT Score 1000 by the second try or your d
money bock. Call ((305)) 854-7466. (JBTv99P

) .r'

y hours, $70. Half of our students scored uo.o. )
U"Q. LOn \'b
over 600. Course repeatable free. 70 pu
improvement by the second try or your
money back. Attend first class free, no
FREE 'obligation.'Call ((305)) 8J4-7466. (JTi ,

99.P) exhibit March 13-3O r

Wedding Invlto.lens $''..0 per 100 .
business corral $995, rubber stamm
9&11LAST magnetic signs, offset printing. Cliff Hal
Printing 1103 N Main (J-FR-58-C) '

10109 N i .. w 377.5650 ,

DAY I. ''P HN < H I 377.5652.
10 1 t. 6

Yr IIUlllprw end -'-'11WANTED -


Th.lnd.p.nd.nt Aortda Alligator,W.dn.day,March 12, D7$,, Lag. 13 '

have all-year

air: conditioning

By BRUCE MORRIS g'G> 4'f 'vJ'

Alligator Staff Writer

: General Purposes Building A, now in the final design
stages, will have no opening windows and will rely mainly on *
conditioning unit for cooling and
air ventilation.The .
an _____ _
five-story building will be built on a site bordered by t t [ -----L;_
Rolf Hall on the west; Hewell Drive on the east Union Roadon
the north and Stadium on the south.
According to the architect Dwane Stark from Schweizerand
Associates in Winter Park, the building "is an intense ji_
combination of different complex uses" and did not lend itselfto
the use of outside air.
'CALVIN GREENE, director of UF's physical plant
division, said he has no figures on the cost of maintaining the
building's air conditioning or heating systems year round. ;
"I. expect to have the figures a little further down the road, '
but.I don't have them now," Greene said. .T. s
Under contract with the state, he said the building has been $ sY SS
planned for two years, following state instructions and
supervision.Stark .
said measures have been taken to reduce utilities
consumption. The measures include raising the design
temperature for summer cooling and lowering it for winter photo by eric .*trln
,reducing recommended levels PHOTOCOPYING AN ARTICLE
heating lighting and providingmore
adequate insulation,: so the temperature will be more .Supreme Court decision isn't specific for UF
ALSO, ALL GLASS areas that could affect the tem-
perature will be shaded. Copy decision won't affect UF

Building A will replace Building H, which houses UF information -
services. The building will be torn down and the -

offices moved to Weil Hall, according to Gary Koepke, UF ByTERRISALT The' Supreme Court upheld a lower court decision that
physical planning consultant. Alligator Staff WriterA medical journal publishers should not receive royalties from
Stark said the trees on the interior of the site will have to be two libraries that photocopied medical articles.
removed by the ones on the perimeter will remain. recent Supreme Court decision regarding photocopying BENNETT SAID DECISIONS involving photocopying are
Koepke said S7.3 million has been budgeted for the con- ()If copyrighted material does not specify what libraries can of great concern to UF libraries which copy journal articles
struction which will take two years to complete. He said he luplicate, said Fleming Bennett, assistant director of UF and book chapters for students and faculty.
expected bids to be let in May or the first part of June. I ibraries. Bennett stressed the court ruling applied only to a par
ticular case, and not to individual libraries."If .
we had to pay royalties,we would be under obligation to
turn over part of the money we collect to publishers," he said.
I Profs host reporting discussionFour Bennett said it would be impossible to keep records of
photocopied articles in order to pay royalties.IF .
ROYALTIES WERE REQUIRED,"we would go out of
professors from the College of Journalism and professor of journalism; Ed Weston, assistant professor of the photocopying business really fast" Bennett said.
Communications will present a seminar on investigative journalism; and Pierce have been chosen to teach the seminarby The UF library will photocopy only one copy of a journal.
reporting techniques to employes of the Department of John Griffith, journalism department chairman. and will not copy whole books, Bennett said.
Health and Rehabilitative Services (HRS) March 26 in This is in accordance with the "Fair Use" provision of the
Tallahassee. Griffith said he "chose people who have been involved in copyright act, he said.
investigative reporting and teaching" because.HRS officials Bennett said Congress is studying the present copyright act
Robert Pierce, associate professor of journalism and are concerned with improving data-gathering techniques and for, possible revisions that would J give rules regarding.. .
coordinator of the program, said department officials "wantto written presentation of reports. photocopying.
find out how to get more efficient internal reporting HRS WILL PAY the travel expenses, Griffith said, because
processes." "we don't have the money," There is no compensation. March of Dimeswalkathon
teaching the seminar.

RICHARD SHUTE, director of the HRS division of
planning and evaluation, requested help from UF's College of Pierce said, "We are doing it as a service to a state agency." soon .
Journalism to teach the seminar. Pierce said he is still trying to get a law professor from the _
H.G. Davis, professor of journalism; Don Martin, assistant Center for Governmental Responsibility to include in the The Gainesville March of Dimes Walk-a-thon will begin at
program. 9 a.m. March 15.

Seminar crime setA Pierce covered the state legislature in Louisiana and Texas. The Walk-a-thon is a fund-raising project which raises
on Florida money to support research on birth defects.
Davis covered the Legislature. Martin worked with
WALK-A.TIION coordinator Pat Silk said, "There are two
United Press International and covered the Alabama
crime study seminar will be held at the UF Holland Law Legislature. Weston covered local government in Chicago. ways in" which residents of.Gainesville can participate in. our
School on March 14 and 15. About :40 planners and HRS division information officers drive.
The seminar in room 297 of "You can either put on your walking shoes and join the line
will begin at I p.m. on Friday have been, invited to attend the seminar. "
the law school. of march or you can sponsor someone to walk for you.
BASIC DATA on the area criminal justice system and A Walk-a-thon sponsor pledges a specific contribution to
related activities will be presented in addition to a focus on Policy/ meeting FridayThe the March of Dimes for every mile walked by a participant.THIS .
specific and action. YEAR'S GOAL is 1,500 walkers and $30,000 in
problems for future exploration
Gainesville Police Chief Nolen Freeman and State Atty. contributions.The
Ad Hoc Committee will meet 1974 Walk-a-thon had 1,100 walkers
Eugene T Whitworth will take part in the seminar Cheerleading Friday participatingand
discussions.The afternoon March 14,.at 3:30: in room 347 at the J. Wayne raised $23,000 in contributions.The .
law Reitz Union.A walk will cover a 20-mile course beginning and endingat
agenda for the seminar will include panels
and new policy-making charter, which includes the selection Westwood Middle School.
enforcement, the court corrections, probation
parole, and. juveniles. system of cheerleaders, will be discussed. 'The walk will be held rain or shine, according to Silk.

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processing costs, government regulations, and ore Ma. Lt. <.Jov. James H. Williams and Uh President Robert WILL GIVE YOU:
Profound ratt for the
consumer nutrition demands will be among the topics of the Q. Marston. body
first Food Processing Industry Conference to be held today'd Among specific problems to be considered will be food *.l.o.. of .tr....

tomorrow at the Gainesville Hilton. processing equipment costs, the future availability of industrial I .tonilon A cl.or.f, tharp.t..
energy, and federal guidelines for nutrition content mind
Sponsored by the UF Institute of Food and Agricultural labeling. Increoled .Hleltney

Sciences ((1FAS) and the Food Processing Advisory Council, The conference will convene today at 1:30: p.m. and will and. "'killGr.ot.witltfocrion' In

the conference will direct its program toward the theme of adjourn late Thursday afternoon. your job your family life,
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_ Students to rally for more funds I P.M.INTVRNAT.

NA DITATION SOCIITY P.O. Bow 13917, Phone 495.? 54
By LINDA HAASE for increased funds for the university, according to Jim
.:"MP l Alligator Staff Writer Balough, who initiated the demonstration. -

and ""BECAUSE OF cutbacks to balance the UF budget, the
ERIC GOODMAN number of professors and graduate students have been W1

Alligator Correspondent reduced and library funding and college budgets have been
cut," Balough said.
.A rally to organize students to express concern about In view of all this, Balough said he feels that a UF student's

budget cutbacks will be held at noon Wednesday on the Plaza. education will be hindered.
of the Americas. "Gasses will be crowded and 1 feel that with the tuition

:\f;fThe.protest will appeal to the public and Florida legislators increases they are asking us to pay a lot more to get a lot less," offers
...*..' Balough said. "I'm afraid that if this continues the day won'tbe
t_. far when a degree from UF won't be worth a damn," he ONE YEAR PROGRAMS

Balough said before any goals can be

By STEVE PROCKO achieved, student interest must be aroused. "With a good SUMMER & ARCHAEOLOGY
turnout, we can start an organized 'student campaign to
Alligator Staff Writer
improve our education ,at UF," Balough said. PROGRAMS

Lisa Sellers, president of Young Democrats, will speak at
COMMUNICATIONS SCIENCE Lab Lecture: will be held the demonstration."I Information & applications:
tonight at 8 in the Arts and Sciences Building, room 68. For
further information call 392-2046 extension 33. hope that we can evoke a great deal of student support.If ONE YEAR PROGRAM SPRING SUMMER PROGRAMS
the students show they care, we will see what kind of effect American Friends of the Israel Program Center AZYF
ERA a meeting of NOW will be held tonight at 7:30 in the J. Tel Aviv University 515 Park Avenue
this will have on President Marston and more importantly, on New York 10022
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STUDENT PROTEST about tuition hikes, cutbacks on the Florida legislature," Sellers said. New York. New York 10017 ((212)) 753-0230/0282
If student interest is aroused, Balough and Sellers hope to ((212)) MU 7-5851
professors, etc.will take place today at noon in the Plaza of
the Americas. Open to all, for further information. 373- organize a one-day lobbying campaign Tallahassee and a
5596. letter writing campaign."WE .
GAMMA WILL BE trying to get a resolution agreeing with our
SIGMA EPSILON is sponsoring a talk by Anna
efforts each council in the few weeks. If
Carter, graduate student of Geology, tonight at 8 in Floyd passed by college next
these resolutions will ask the various college
are passed we
__ Hall, room 213. Topic: Conodont Biostratigraphy of the '
councils Student Government for to rent buses to -
or money
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call 392-2233. transport about 200 students to Tallahassee," .Balough said. Renaissance Printing j Inc.
with the demonstration the and the letter
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is needed said.
more money Balough '
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I i in Anderson Hall, room 103. READER'S REDRESS 200 copies
FELLOWSHIP AND PRAYER will be held Thursday at.
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Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship. For further information A statement made by student senator Sue Cline in 1000 copies :f
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SIMULATED COMBATEESs will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. ment (SG) election code was used incorrectly for $9.95.
t in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 346. For further information Cline submitted an amendment for $500 for any additional
call 378-3434. election promotional expenses. The quote said that this 'Same. nay service: on most f
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Reitz Union, room I50C. For further information call 392- But a different amendment for $150 was submitted by 1632 W. University Ave. tIn

(* ... 1678. This is the last meeting of the quarter. Cline for telephone lines. These are two separate amendments the Renaissance Fair 372-7438
COMPUTER LECTURE "Computers and Craniofacial 'for two separate needs.

Biology": will be presented Thursday at 8 p.m. in Little Hall, .A picture on the Entertainment page of Tuesday's Alligator
room 221. For further information call 392-2046. incorrectly identified Bill Thacker as WGVL station

BENTON ENGINEERING COUNCIL: will meet Thursdayat manager. Thacker is program director The owner and station

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Page1l Wmtn.idoy,March 12, 1975

I Gators extend win streak to seven I

By MARK JOHNSON fielded the ball ,
cleanly but threw it past his mow.
Alligator Sports Writer first baseman into .s
the right field foul y ,1. .yis'I
territory, allowing Finney to score easily. S I .4
Sammy Kick and the UF baseball team After UF took a 3-1 I lead in the sixth i- : S
learned a valuable lessen yesterday as the Alabama's Larry Kennum slugged an RBI
Gators defeated Alabama 4-2 for their double to left-center field in the eighth inning 1SS ,
seventh consecutive victory. to pull within one. s]
What the Gators learned is that it's easierto UF LOADED THE bases in the bottom of
score runs when you have four outs to work the inning with one out before David Rassell's
with instead of only three. sacrifice fly to left field scored Joel Murrie
WITH THE SCORE tied 1-1 in the sixth from third to give the Gators some added fl a y
inning, the Gators had two on and two out insurance. pro 9 n
when center tielder Sammy I Rick popped up Alabama, however, was far from dead. '
to the first baseman for what appeared to be After Larry Mims led off the inning with a
the third out. single to center field, the UF infield turned
The home plate umpire however, ruled over a S-4-3 double play for two quick outs.
that the catcher's glove was nicked by the bat But three successive singles loaded the
on the swing,and Rick was awarded first baseon bases and put the go-ahead run on base, ....
catcher's interference to load the bases. forcing UF starting pitcher Wilkie Smith to
Two pitches later, first baseman Bill Finney hit the showers. Senior lefty John Chappellcame i
lined a single into left field to score Dave in and sent the count to 3 and I on his :- j'i
Bowden from third, putting the Gators ahead first batter before getting him on a pop-up to Rye _
1-I. With the bases loaded once again, left end the game.WINNING J
fielder Joel Murrie took a 3-and-2 pitch insideto PITCHER Smith came withinone t _
walk in what turned out be UF's winning out of collecting the staffs' seventh
consecutive complete game. The sophomore
run.Freshman southpaw Mike McCarthy is right-hander allowed 10 hits for the game, six
expected to start on Thursday when the of them coming in the final two innings.
Gators attempt to extend their streak to eight "I'm glad Coach Fuller came out there and F
against Temple in a 3:30: p.m. Perry Field got me when he did," Smith laughed. "I was
contest. really worn down. That was the first time that
UF SPOTTED Alabama a run in the I'd thrown in competition in two or three
fourth inning,but came back in the fifth to tie weeks."
the game with an unearned run. "It's where you throw it, not what you've
Will Bill Finney on first base and one out got," he said. "I feel a hundred per cent SENIOR JOEL MORRIE SLIDES IN FOR- UF'S FINAL RUN.photo by andy newman
Joe Murrie placed a perfect bunt down the leftfield better than 1 did in the fall, but I still have a ,
Insurance tally preserved Gator's seventh straight win.
line. Alabama pitcher Drew Blocker long way to go.



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Good recruiting season P'

F key to UF cage futureEach STt.2"SS1I.24,1

missed layup each traveling violation and each
discouraging loss sent John Lotz deeper and deeper into a
state of depression.But .
as he stressed to his team on so many occasions after
defeat a person must get up off the floor and start over again. The National Organization for Women
AS THE Gators second year under Lotz came to a presents.. .
discouraging halt the tall talkative coach noted that another "Learn About The

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4 The recruiting season.

''. And this season is more important than an eight-point
y victory over Kentucky because this season will decide the "R dr TRISH'S ANNOUNCESNEW
future of Florida basketball.
"EACH PLAYER becomes better when faced with a great AtJJ6Lxk HOURSMONDAY

deal of competition and hopefully our recruiting year will ,
9 o.m-5.30: p.m THURSDAY 9 a.m.6:30: p m.
provide that. Lotz said. .
But in reality Lotz's recruiting year must provide much TUESDAY 9 a.m.-6:30: p.m. FRIDAY 9 o,m.-5.30: p,m.

more than that. WED 9 o.m.-6:00 p.m. SATURDAY 9a.m.2:30: ,p.m.
This man who never witnessed a losing season while being
assistant coach at North Carolina experienced his first. And HAIR HOUSE
he doesn't like it. '
f AFTER THE recent Alabama loss John Lotz said "we /
376-302 .
weren't outhustled we were out played. We were playing 1
for pride and they were'playing for a championship." ZWSns i

Well, Lotz is ready and determined to turn the table. il l
He wants to stop winning games on hustle (though it's a
vital asset on a good team)and,start winning them on ability. "
AND THATS where recruiting comes in. Get Free j
This year, like the last few is a fruitful one as far as high "'" rgINM MR
school basketball players go. photo by andy newman
Of course leading the list is Darryl Dawkins, the all-
everything 6.10 center from Orlando. Many are calling him Coffee
Lotz haul
even better than Moses Malone who left the high school long recruiting t
ranks for the American Basketball Association.
LOTZ DOESN'T hide the fact that he wants Dawkins I
badly but then again so does almost everybody else. Still that would help any college basketball team. AtKrystal I
When Loti here he didn't
came two years ago promise
the chance of landing this potential superstar is evident and if
t effort is enough to sign a recruit Lotz would have had miracles. "Some people thought I could turn this team into a
national contender overnight."he said. "But they've got to be
Dawkins signed months ago. With
realistic. Any
Names like Aaron Bryant of Miami Jackson, Ricky Carson
of Jacksonville Bolles. (Tiny) Pinder of Northwestern and ,
THOUGH AWESOME talent wasn't present on this year's'club
Julian Butler of West all recruits from FloridaI .
Key are
Lotz often gazed at his team's schedule in pure disgust. Purchase :
"Four one point losses really hurt us," he said. "And thenwe
Softball starts had to'play two teams in the top 10 within a short span..
"If you take away those we have 18 wins."
SO NOW the question must be asked what if? '
for Lady GatorsThe What if Lotz had Dawkins and Co. this year during those During
one-point games. But pondering the past isn't the answer.

University of Florida Gator softball coach Val Dealing with the present and working for the future is the
Your Exam
women's softball team opensits Abram.
season at home Wed. Abram a graduate student -,
nesday afternoon against majoring in Physical
Lake City Community College Education, coached the Vfeek. ;
n at .1:30.: Florida women's volleyballteam OPINIONanswer. ,;

7 Starting their second year to a 7.7 record in its first ..
the Lady Gators expect their season this year. .. 'n.'. >.
toughest competition to come Abram was cautious about -.
from Flagler College."I her team's chances for a State
anticipate Flagler being Championship in April. .
really strong. While we are "We will hold our' own This season was not an easy one to take. But if anything can
just getting off the ground as against the best but I can't be gained from it. it is that Florida's coaches have a young
far as softball is concerned really say too much at this nucleus of a team and they are aware of what it will take to
other schools in the state point. We look good in turn that hustling team into a great one.
particularly Flagler have practice, but we have some The big recruiting season is about to start.
thoroughly established really tough competition And neither Lotz nor his staff will accept another losingone.
teams" explained Lady coming up" said Abram. .

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