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I : ., asks state workers:. up, productivity:

By TOM SHRODER structure for the $230 million shortfall in state earnings that 12 per -cm annual l inflation.
Alligator Staff Writer triggered the budget cutback. ASKEW'S BUDGET request did not take into account a
Florida Lt. Gov. Jim Williams called for "increased effort" More than half of all state earnings comes from a sales tax proposed tuition increase, but Williams said he did not
Wednesday from all state employes to offset the $153 million on luxury purchases. When consumers cut back on luxury believe the legislature would use increased tuition revenue to
budget cut proposed by Cov. Reubin Askew earlier this week. spending in a recession, state revenue falters he said. take the place recommended state funding.In .
"We're calling for a five per cent increase in productivity. in HOWEVER, WILLIAMS said "I 1 don't know of.a stabletax a later speech to a Florida Food Processors conference
all state agencies" Williams said. in a recession. If you taxed food and other necessities like at the Gainesville Hilton Williams said that the "time had
AN INCREASE in productivity means accomplishing more some states do that would be stable." passed" for partisan bickering on budget policy.
work for the same money. No pay increases were recommended Williams said he believed it was inhumane to tax necessities "Congress has 535 voices that don't agree on anything and
!I for (faculty, graduate students or, career service when people could least afford it. the President hal a program for dealing with the recession"
i employes in spite of a projected three per cent enrollment Williams said universities' will be funded in 1975- he said.A .
increase. 76 at this )'ear's level compromise must be reached so America can'move on"
Williams said he did not blame Florida's sales-based tax .\ikew; proposal does not include any \increase to offset Williams said.

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.. <- By STUART EMMRICH involved, in the alleged cheating ring, transcripts.of that
Alligator Staff Writer student can be held up to prevent his entering graduate
Some graduating seniors charged by the UF Honor Court He explained, however, it would be more damaging to
with involvement in the recent cheating scandal, but who are prevent an innocent student from graduating, and unless
il unable to come to trial, will be allowed to graduate there was clear evidence that the student was involved, he (
according to Rob Denson director of student would probably be allowed to graduate..
",';4. conduct.A "It would be unfair to do anything to students that we don't

;'. ,. circuit court injunction, issued Feb. 7 by Judge R.A. have enough damaging information on, especially since they
";';'' Green halted all Honor Court closed hearings. Only I 16 of 63 are unable to have-hearing," Denson said.
chargedstudcnts were able .to have an Honor Court hearing The court injunction prohibits any official action to be
before the i injunction was i issued. The rest have been in the taken by the Honor Court in the cheating cases during closed '

... uncertain position of not knowing when their cases might hearings, because the suit against UF argues that the hearings
:' .. ', ;/''', come to trial.Denson should 'come under the Florida "sunshine law."
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"Jj' ,,.:. ::' said approximately 10 students planning on UF.has,filed an appeal of the injunction, but a date on the (
.:;, ,:," graduating this quarter were charged by the Honor Court, but hearing has not been set yet. UF Atty. Tom Biggs said
: were unable to come to trial before the injunction'was issued. Tuesday he expected the appeal would be scheduled
Dealing with those 10 students has been a problem' UF sometime in early April. \
officials have discussed often during the past few weeks.
Denson said all the graduating students' records have been
Denson said Wednesday he was now investigating each case
flagged, but added it was "understanding" that students
individually to see if some students should be allowed to
could graduate with flagged records, unless the Office of
< x Student Affairs specifically states on the records that
Denson said he has determined that some of the 10 seniors
graduation cannot oCcur.
y probably should not be prevented from graduating "because
*A there isn't enough concrete evidence right now to convict Denson said decisions on which students would be e.
them." He said no official action has been taken yet. prevented from graduating would have to be made within the
by andy newman Denson explained a student .can be allowed, to graduate, next few days, because graduation ceremonies are scheduled
but information turns up later that shows the student was lor next Saturday.

Noon rally ,ends in AAarston, office I

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By GARY BALANOFF jII I'I'P{P t.'I' ,lYyBICe uaR a ip. A 4;1: 'P; 3 y

Alligator Staff Writer

A peaceful rally against faculty layoffs and the Board of
Regents proposed tuition increase later resulted in a head-to-
head talk with UF President Robert Q. Marston Wednesday

Marston wound up spending over an hour and a half ...'
answering questions and complaints from over 100 students. S,
'THE MARCH to Tigert Hall started when eight to ten *
students decided they would try to see Marston in his office -J -
instead of protesting solely on the Plaza of the Americas.
The receptionist told the students she would check to see if
the President was in his office, according to UF information .
officer Hugh Cunningham.
Several students claimed they were told Marston was not in.
his office.
ONE OF THE STUDENTS poked his head into the office, 1
and told'Marston they thought he wasn't there. Marston'told r.
the students he would meet with them as soon:as he could, "

according to Cunningham."It .t1 ,
: "
,was a my orderly process." Cunningham said. He I wi ..
'called the students "\ery respectful." Ii:!
.' Students in the area were informed there was a protest in photo by erlc shin
,See 'Demonstration,' page seven)' .'let's go over to Tigert,' speaker urged th eywentW.iIIia.rns

Pag 2,ma lndp.ndnt Horido Alligator,Thursday March II, WS

'Senate group seeks Dec. 8 1956

. tops draft list

WASHINGTON (tUPU-) Men born Dec. 8, 1956 were

secret CIA re port given lottery the for No.19yearolds.Men I priority.Wednesday in the stand-by draft

,. 0. t" with a June 19 birthday got No. 2 priority in the
annual drawing while those born on March 22 were thirdon
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Senate Intelligence Com In. a meeting with Church and Tower last week Ford the list. But odds are long that no one will be called to
mittee Wednesday asked President Ford to turn over CIA promised to cooperate with the Senate Committee but said he
In the army.
Director William Colby's secret report on domestic spying. would await a formal request before deciding whether to turn serve
has been drafted since 1972.. but the draft
"The ball is in the President's said Chairman
now court over the Colby report.
determine the order in
is held each to which
Frank Church D-Idaho, following the unanimous vote by the CHURCH ALSO announced that Colby had released all lottery year
would be called in the
2 million event
special committee created to inquire into the activities of the CIA employes from their ban on discussing secret CIA some 19-year-olds
which created needs
military in
Central Intelligence Agency and other U.S. intelligence. material when they testify before the committee."I national emergency force.
gathering agencies. have determined that disclosure of otherwise protected excess of the volunteer

CHURCH SAID he had no indication from the White information through the select committee will constitute

. House whether Ford would comply. But Sen. John Tower of authorized provision of information, subject to the special.

Texas, the Republican vice chairman, said: "I think the limitation regarding particularly sensitive matters," Colby
.President is disposed to cooperate." told his employes, adding that he and Church had agreed to Legal battle loomsin

The Colby report, sent to Ford while he was on a Christmas consult about sensitive data.

holiday in Colorado, has never been made public and has Church said that similar requests for cooperation would be

been given only to the Rockefeller Commission, created by sent to the other intelligence agencies, including the FBI and conspiracy trialTAMPA

Ford to investigate charges of illegal domestic spying made the Defense Department..

tlRainst' CIAPanel.
II I (UPI) A heated legal battle developed at the

Thursday bribery-conspiracy trial of former Sen. Edward J. .Gurney

J. ;GENGIERWir Wednesday when the government tried to enter as evidence 77

Demos Editor certified documents from Federal Housing Administration

/capsule records.
Defense attorneys objected claiming: the documents were

on Cambodia aid vote only partial records. They said the government- should be

made to provide complete files.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Defying the House Democratic $tans pleads guiltyWASHINGTON When it became clear the wrangle was going to take up the

Caucus, a House I subcommittee voted Wednesday to give rest of the afternoon, U.S. District Judge Ben Krentzman

Cambodia .$135.6 million in emergency aid provided (UPI)) Former Commerce Secretary. dismissed the jury for the day, but warned the feuding attorneys -

. President Ford oversees immediate efforts to bring about Maurice H. Stans pleaded guilty Wednesday to campaign : "Tomorrow we will start taking testimony: that's
peace. finance violations---the third member of Richard M. Nixon's what we're going to do."

By a 4-3 vote, the House foreign affairs subcommittee Cabinet to plead guilty or be convicted of,Watergaterelatedcrimes. Following two 40-minute legal skirmishes', Krentzman

4 offered Ford a compromise similar 'to one approved by a : turned the disputed documents over to defense attorneys forexamination

Senate subcommittee Tuesday but only under strict The silver-haired Stans, 66, stood with bowed head and with instructions to return them Thursday

conditions that make him the caretaker of efforts to sue for hands clasped in front of him as he pleaded guilty in a low morning at which time he will make, a preliminary ruling.

peace with Communist-backed rebels. voice to a five-count misdemeanor involving the former The morning and the.early part of the afternoon sessionwas

The subcommittee recommendation,which now goes to the President's 1972 re-election campaign. taken up with the opening statements of defense attorneys -

full House Foreign Affairs Committee, came hours after U.S. District Judge John Lewis'Smith released Stans on his who chipped away at the credibility of prospectivekey

House Democrats voted 189 to 49 against extending any personal recognizance and, at the request of defense lawyers, government witnesses, noting that the government has
emergency aid. to Cambodia or South Vietnam. left open the sentencing date.. admitted some of them previously l eH under oath.
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a funding system

p By LESLIE GOLAY President Marston told me to listen to Elmore
+g. n a Alligator Staff Writer about working out the funding system,"
Marietta said.
The Public Interest Research Group "THE 'YES,' 'NO' CHECK-OFF plan that
(PIRG) was told Wednesday they could not Sandeen wants will make it almost impossible y3 ,
use a proposed negative check-off system for .for PIRG to reach 25 per cent support of the ,r
funding on UF's campus. student body. His plan requires students to go
Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur out of their way to donate. We'll go defunct,"
.a Y yxY. f Sandeen said the check-off system "is not a Marietta said.According .
true optional choice."
to Board of Regents policy
PIRG must have 25 per cent of the student
student to check "no" when his registration
body's support in order to maintain its
fees are sent each quarter if he does not wantto
existence UF's
fund' the consumer activist group. If he on campus.
: of PIRG's total funds
to cent
Up ten per
does not check "no" then he will be countedas
UF's administration for operationcosts
must to
participating in the whether he
program which include mailing the funding cards
participates or not, according to PIRG
and labor involved.
President Roxann Marietta.. any
Marietta said, "It's totally voluntary. Noone's
Student Senate endorsed PIRG on campus.
trying to pull any wool over anyone'seyes.
." he would work on getting the group

"Sandeen said,ul 1 won't agree to a negative established "possibly by summer quarter.
endorsed PIRGon
The Senate unanimously
check.otTplan because 1 don't want a system sf
where the student is automatically charged February
xY. 51, This is not a true optional choice." At the Wednesday meeting. Monte Loeb
PIRG HAS BEEN struggling to get director of student accounts told Mariettathe
established on UF's campus for three years. 10 per cent may not cover operationalcosts.
Marietta said Vice President for Ad- He said he did not feel the group couldbe
ministrative Affairs William Elmore told her started by summer quarter because it takes
last fall quarter that if the Student Senate eight to 12 weeks to get the IBM cards
endorsed the negative'check-off plan it was printed.
sufficient.The Senate passed a bill in supportof Marietta proposed a plan whereby PIRG
the plan Nov. 26. could get cards printed cheaper on its own in
ARTHUR SANDEEN "Now they turn around and say that we order to save costs and could supply the labor ROXANN MARIETTA
'not true optional choice'SHELLEY'S can't use the negative. check-off plan. involved in putting the cards in envelopes.. .new plan will make PIRG'defunct'

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STUART EMMRICH lost and he would lind a way to fund it. I
Alligator Staff Writer "We'll do something to save it. I don't
know what right now, but we'll work grove ,
Saying the primary function of a university something out," Bryan said. others at half price
is to "teach its students," Robert Bryan, UF Bryan explained, however, his primary
f interim vice president tor academic affairs, concern was to fund as many teaching
f announced Wednesday summer research positions as possible, and the summer GoerirSaFFI
funds will be drastically reduced to allow registration program was going to have to
<< more teaching positions during that quarter. take some cuts.AMONG mi PROftSSC*BUX ONfW,
L In order to avoid a projected 25 per cent TilE PRIME AREAS of Bryan's
1 cutback in the number of teaching positionsfor concern was the College of Education which University & Thirteenth

summer quarter, Bryan said state funded expects a large number of students to be
research ,would be almost eliminated so that enrolled this summer.
i more funds could be freed tor teaching Education officials have said in past weeks
f positions. that "an unusually high number" of studentsare
MONEY FOR THE summer will still be planning on graduating in August and
tight, however, and there will probably be need to have their classes offered in the security is
{ about a 20 per cent decrease in the number of summer to enable them to graduate on time.

teaching positions,over last summer, Bryan Emmett Williams education 'associate ;f
said at a meeting of UF academic deans. dean said these classes would not be offeredif A Peoples Bank
One of the problems in the summer budgetis the 25 per cent cutback was imposed and Safe Deposit Box. Jllflll"r
how the summer registration program for the students' graduation would be held up. Available Ina' "
University College will be funded. BUT WILLIAMS SAID Wednesday that variety of sizes <
I Bob Burton Brown, dean of University the adjusted cuts of 18 positions from last at a cost of
College, said the proposed budget by cutting summer would enable the college to "handlethe just pennies a day.
nine positions funded last summer, "knockedout problems of students who are graduatingthis
the summer registration program." summer." The Peoples Bank
BRYAN ADMITTED HE had overlookedthe He explained that classes would have to be
program while drawing up the proposed GAINESVILLE ,............
A General Financial Systems Bank Member F.D.I.C.I
budget but added it was "too valuable" to be (See 'Funding, page nine)

Finances remain bleak
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Alligator Staff Writer miles east, of Klisimmee, on Stat. Road 530 (Exit 65 Sunshine State Parkway).
: { ,, ". t f 1\
Faced with chopped budgets tor next year yMarch 21.- 22 & 23 '. .,; ,.i

,and Forced cutbacks in faculty positions, UF
officials were warned Wednesday they should Featuring
not expect conditions to get much better in

.. I Robert Bryan UF interim vice president MIKE JOHNSON AND THE SOUNDS OF BLUEGRASS ":
tor academic affairs, told a meeting .of SUNNY BLUEGRASS ..1..
,j academic deans to "begin a very thorough THE WEBB FAMILY
t and rational examination of your programs" ,* CIDER FLATS
t to decide which areas might be able to be AMERICAN BLUEGRASS EXPRESS
eliminated if needed. BLUEGRASS PARTNERSand
t BRYAN EXPLAINED THAT energy many others .
problems would probably continue over the Admission: ': Fishing
J next few years and would affect the budget $4.00 per day Boating
allocations in the future. $10,00 per weekend ShowersRV
r1 1 Hook-ups $4.00 day extra Complete RC Facilities
"We are living in a different world. The per -
next year is going to be very difficult and the
following years might not get much better. Advance Reservations recommended -Send $10.00 deposit to reserve your space to:
"Start looking now at all your programsand Orange Blossom Blyegrass' P.O. Box 23035, Tampa, Florida 33622 Ph(813)( ) 949-5539
assign priorities to them and get in the
frame of mind that you are going to have to
lose some Bryan instructed the

inevitable. Bryan said the deans should beginto .tells deans to set prioritiesthat at
evaluate their programs now, so if there are
areas that have to be eliminated it will not are not necessary which could be
come as a complete surprise. eliminated. THE CONNECTION LOUNGE
"Business as usual is no longer an ac. C.A. VANDERWERF, dean of the Collegeof
ceptable alternative.; We can no longer Arts and Sciences,said he was willing to ref .
continue to do everything we have done in the evaluate his programs ,and make cutbacks if Listen to the sound of the
past" Bryan said. necessary.But .ffl '.
Bryan said the deans should evaluate their he added similar cutbacks should be MICANOPY JAM
curriculums to decide.which'programs would made in the administration bureaucracy of
have to be continued "at any cost" and which the State University System, which ... and remember....

programs could possibly be eliminated or VanderWerf' charged' was "sapping the'' .j 2 FREE DRINKS LADIES DRINKS
combined with another to save university '
program "
costs. "We ought to insist that they (the Florida cents ,,-
HE INSTRUCTED THE DEANS to meet Board of Regents) take a real look at how
with Gene Hemp chairman of the UF much the dollar is buying .the Florida tax*
curriculum committee,to give Hemp "an idea payer," VanderWerf said.. ,' ','
of what your priorities are" in each depart. Bryan ,agreed that an evaluation of all
ment. budgets in the state system should take place MON-FRI 5-8 P.M. DRINKS 75 cents
A similar evaluation of the courses offeredby but he reemphasized that the deans need to FREE POPCORN DOM BEER 55 cents .
each department was suggested by UF set their priorities and look closely ,at their .
President Robert Marston at a Tuesday 'programs. .
meeting of'the executive staff. Bryan said the future of the' academic THE. NEW INEXPENSIVE CONNECTION,
Marston said UF'should take.a "serious- programs would be discussed at each councilof 3500 S.W. 13th St. 377.7776'

look at what our curriculum should be" and deans meeting until June when he said he. ...., \ ,' ." .' '"ON BJVENS ARM LAKE" -
'suggested there might be courses offered nowi wanted to have some reports re-ads: I

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THE CORNER The Independent Florida Alligator,Thursday,March 13. 1975.foge 5
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whitewall sale system :

Alligator Staff Writer

Approximately 49 per cent of students surveyed in the
College of Business Administration favored retaining part of
one week only the Honor System and instituting a proctoring system as well.
Exactly 50 per cent of these students were opposed to
dropping the present Honor System and replacing it ex-
clusively with a "faculty-graduate student" proctoring
THE SURVEY WAS sponsored by the Business Ad-
ministration College Council and was administered to 384
$ students last month.
: The survey was administered primarily to approximately
34 300 students in Marketing 331 and to approximately 80
students in Economics 301 said Marvin Mazur,4BA directorof

the survey project. a
/ I The survey included opinions from juniors and seniors in
the College of Business Administration and from students in
.. r
."" University College and other colleges Mazur said.

.. MORE THAN 60 per cent of all business administration
students surveyed felt that "over-emphasis upon grades" was
FOR MEDIUM SIZE TIRES: E78-14 F78-14 G78-14. F78-15 G78-15 plus Federal the major reason that students cheat on exams.
Excise tax of$2.32 to$2.69 and retreadable trade-in Approximately 50 per cent'of the students surveyed agreed
that "the current method, for turning in cheaters" was
inadequate. Approximately 26 per cent ,agreed it was
SiJvertown Belted Whitewalls HEAVY DUTY adequate and 23 per cent were undecided.
Onpind Equipment lire Exactly 57.5 per cent of students'surveyed were in favor of
kai SHOCKS open Honor Court hearings, according to the survey.
SiZe Sole Price Price F.U "DURING THE FIRST or second week of spring quarterwe
will meet with Dean Lanzillotti (dean of the College of
878.14 $3850 $202 ; each Business Administration) discuss our recommendations for
C78.14 $28 4150 210) r ; 5
D78.14 43.30 2.18 i $149 installed changes in the Honor System, based on the results of our
Amencan All survey," said Greg Enholm, 4BA, college council chairman.
' E78.14 4480 232 247' r''t carsG78.14 "I 1 thought the survey was a 'good study. It verifies the
F78.14 47.20 4630 262 concern we have for the present Honor System and proves the
F78.15 $34 r 4890 255 system has need of restructuring," said Tom Goodale, dean
G78.15 5070 269H78.14 for student services.

8.10. 284 "As far as the proctoring possibility, it would appear that
H78.15' 5240 292J78.15 1 B.E Goodrich r students favor proctoring," Goodale said, adding that he was
$39 5370 309V8.1S not sure proctoring was consistent with the Honor System.
'5630 321 .j- PROCTORING IS the method of having someone monitor

were the other guys students taking a test.
Plus retreodabie trade In Blockwdu Si less ail sires 1
"The survey also underlines the fact that a lot of people
know nothing about the Honor System. It proves that the ,
university should make more of an attempt to acquaint

4 ways to charge/Master Charge, BankAmericard, American Express, Revolving Charge students with the honor system," Goodale said.
One-third of the Business Administration students sur-
COME IN TODAY AND SEE ERNIE, BILL, ROLLIE or FRED veyed either admitted not knowing how the Honor System

worked, or were undecided.
"The percentage is probably higher than that, because
some of the students who answered 'yes' probably didn't
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explain the honor system on the survey," Enholm said.
"Some of the corresponding comments from the students
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comments from students said to abandon it,"he said.




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By JANET PARK possible hiring freeze extension to next year. ;l. > rJI
Alligator Staff Writer THE COUNCIL ALSO considered the two proposed f rr .9.1/
I1*" systems for computing salary discrepancies between male and .
The.Affirmative Action Advisory Council decided Wednesday female faculty members.Counterparting. 1 'fI.. /.J;//)J.I
" to request the Office of Academic Affairs consult with a direct comparison of woman's' salary !
the council before making any major policy decisions affecting with that of a male academically equal; has been used j 1'4 L
hiring or termination of employes.The previously and is being recommended for use this spring by I W 9t-/: ;,.:>
council agreed the terminations March. 1 had; definite the Association for Women Faculty 1
affirmative action implications. The affirmative action plan supplement calls for a different ;
+ /'THEY SHOULD CONSULT us about termination just system: a mathematical formula computing factors such as : BA fi15 r: s".L CEr/7;&
like they'd call in the budget people and ask if there's any the women's: degree length of time in rank and, the depart- 1
money before they decide something," council member Bob ment in w hich she teaches to produce an average salary. !I
Button "aid.Button. IF THE WOMAN'S actual salary is SI30.16 lower than 1, Ctd4t
director of university personnel relations. added what the formula works out her 'case will be studied by the w.II.hAve
the recommended policy should! specify guidelines for termination Office of Academic Affairs for possible sex discrimination
"with some degree of consistency." There were 24 women identified by-the formula as possibly J$'\<> _M "-: .y ,> '3I$ iIIll'dW': n !>.. ..
"The deans made the decisions for termination based on being underpaid.
suggestions from Academic Affairs and they were The counterparting system has not been undertaken yet: BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
presumably based on program priority," Dr Dorothy Nevill the decision about which system to use will be made after
interim affirmative action coordinator said. several more campus groups, such as the Association for HIATT INSTITUTEISRAEL
"NO ONE ASKED me to review the letter (sent to the 19 Women Faculty and the Committee on the Status of Women
people terminated)," she said. are consulted. Year Program or Fall form only-Also open to
r Of the 19 people terminated who could reasonably expectto ALL 129 WOMEN in the nine Education and 'General qualified students for the Spring Term only
have been funded next year, five were women. Colleges are eligible to participate in counterparting if they Junior and Senior eligible
Council members expressed concern not only with the wish
termination of female faculty members but the effects of a "The advantage of using the formula is that it puts no onus Earn 16 credit. per semester
on the woman," Nevill said. Financial Aid Available
The counterparting system requires the woman to search
Game bird seminar out and choose the man she thinks is her academic equal in Two-week optional trip to Egypt and Jordan
terms of duties and productivity. The choice must be approved -
Application Deadline: April IS for Fall and Year.November
by her department chairperson and college dean. t! l ht for Spring
to be ''held'March 29A Since the investigation for the formula system is conductedby For Information'Write
the Office for Academic Affairs the woman is not open to
Florida Game'Bird and Preserve Conference geared for any kind of pressure from her supervisors.The The Jacob'Hiatt Institute
hunting preserve operators, game bird breeders, sportsmen, disadvantages of the formula discussed by the council Branded University
and other with related interests will be held March 29 at UF. include a lack of methods to figure ,in a professor's Waltham Massachusetts
Conference topics will range from the economics of hunting publications record an important evaluation of some faculty 02154When's
to an historical and cultural account of hunting Florida. members.

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11AM-3PM ALL DAY (from page one/ positive;'frame than 'Where's mine?'" Marston said..'
FOR FOR But Marston did admit a letter writing campaign and.
89c $1.39 the board room and drifted in and out of the office for the visiting legislators might help the situation.* '
duration of the protest. "I THINK WE'RE going to face a world in the next threeto

10% STLDEHT rSCOLVr MARLON WEISS, 3JM, said he didn't think things were seven years that we've never seen "before., ,he said.,
.. progressing at the Plaza. "Education should be a higher priority.
"I 1 said (on the podium at the Plaza)let's go over to Tigert." Asked by the students how effective all the protesting would
OPEN DAILY"HAM-MIDNIGHT he said. be., Marston }replied"1 don't know that you can (be effective).
1805SW13ST Weiss said the protest at Marston's office proved You can't guarantee success."
!Ie something. "We can get people up to move." "Students ,plight want to appear before legislative com
,....., ............. 377.09011 UNLIMITED I....... ;" .".. ..": "He (Marston) did get to see 100 people in his office" mittees." he said.
Weiss said. BUT MARSTON WARNED against any type of violent .
BUT WEISS ADDED, "I don't think we got any real demonstrations."In .
\\1 /// answers from Marston." very tew instances did taking over a building in and of
David Siegel, ,JUG. said he thought Marston was basicallyon itself do anything constructive" during the 10's. Marston
Renaissance Printing, Inc. --- the same side as the students but Siegel saw' a different !said."It's
otters threat. unfortunate" Marston replied when asked about
FAST OFFSET PRINTING/ / "We want Gov. Askew and the legislature to quit screwing graduate fellowships being cut. But he added the situationwas
us" he said. "We want them to know that everybody down not restricted to UFo
from any camera ready copy here is together." "WE'RE' IN THE worst recession since the '30s," Marston

200 copies MARSTON RECEIVED such comments as "getting an !said.He
/ education here is not really worth it." "it's(education) not for said there were two basic reasons why the tuition hike
f for only $3.95or the administration, it's for us," and "I think the student was suggested by the regents.
knowS what's best tor the students" First i is the Carnegie Commission\ report that recommended
1000 copies 1 "I 1 think they(the legislature)would like to have suggestionsabout 30 per cent of a college student's education should be borne
$9.95. what to do" he said. by, the student.
for Marston referred to Sen. Robert Graham's. D-Miami Second,there was a shortage of funds in the state education
Same nay !\servo a! on most 'Drrlp.IS. Lakes, letter in Wednesday's ,Alligator, advocating student budget that had to be paid back.
Copes!\ as low as 1 c ; response. The letter said, "it seems reasonable to respond to ASKED IF HE expected further increases every year to
University AVI. an 'open invitation." meet, increasing inflationary costs of.education, Marston
1632 W. 372-7436 MARSTON SAID,HE was forbidden to advocate lobbying replied "I 1 hope not."
In the Renaissance Fair but added individual students bringing to the attention of the "People in the state of Florida don't put as much emphasison
legislature issues of concern "could be effective." higher education as the people in this room," he said.
Marston refused to comply with students' demands to Replying to complaints about the regents. Marston said,
recommend to all students to refuse to pay their tuition in "No president of any university or all the presidents combined
protest c ver the new tuition raise. could have had any influence on,the governor's decision" to
"You have to put it(any protest to the legislature)in a more put Marshall] Harris on the regents.CONGRATULATIONS..

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SQIe By LESLIE GOLAY prohibited hanging election
Alligator Staff Writer materials,..qn .:doors during
I '" *S ,election campaigns., .
F's' Student Senate\ The' previously
passed a new SG election code E disallowed door hanging
Tuesday ,night setting up a. materials because they "dirtythe
non-SG member election grounds," according to
commission to investigate Sen.. Ken Offgang.
reports of campaign Lut Offgang said, the
violations.The Senate cannot restrict the
senate,waived rules, to e "law of the land" in regard to,
allow, a'' special second f the rights of people running
meeting after its regular for office.
meeting in order to pass the t KEVIN MALONE TilE NEW ELECTION
new code on its fourth and two elected by the senate.PREVIOUSLY bill also establishes campaign
a new bed partner? last reading. THE advertising limits to replaceold
Save on twin: size rattan head IN OTHER ACTION, the Honor Court investigated expenditure guidelines.In .
Vi ft. boards. They're romantic and senate supported Senate campaign allegations and also other business Malone
full of At7h".to paint or leave President Kevin Malone who invalidated elections. said he wanted to find out if
natural. prices you can said he" may lobby in The Honor Court still has the senate "strenously objected -
afford to double up. ego Tallahassee in September for the power to invalidate any to his lobbying for
$18.99. the Florida Organization for election if it finds it necessary, FORML as UF's Student
the Reform of MarijuanaLaws but the power to investigate Senate President."
Now $1288Vv1 (FORML). violations now rests with the Malone said he was not
The new election code will new election commission.No certain if he will lobby for
be in effect for the spring SG member of the election FORML but "just wanted to
.... elections. It creates a student commission can hold a find out how the Senate
election commission to handle position I h SG be a candidate teels."
election violations. tor elective office or a participant "I 1 have strong convictions
The committion will)) be in any campus about any law that makes so
comprised of six members, political party. many people criminals"
two appointed by the student A NEW AMENDMENT Malone said, "it creates fear
body president two by the added Tuesday to the election and distrust of the police in
Honor Court chancellor and code deleted a section that general."

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'w told the deans of UF's colleges."IF .
(from page four) A KID DOESN'T graduate (because
needed courses are not available), then we are
ky larger than desired but they would at least be going to have to answer to someone'" Bryan
offered. said.Although
"- '\ Among the research programs to. be 446 summer teaching positionswill
,", eliminated this summer are special grants be available tor colleges in the Educationand
> that are-warded,to approximately, 20 to 25 General budget, Bryan said he would not
professors each summer. know until next week. exactly how much in
BRYAN ALSO SAID each department actual funds those positions represent.
Basket loose could J decide on its own how to use the funded Bryan will attend a meeting of the Councilof
ends. positions Tor the summer but added it would Academic Vice Presidents in Tallahassee

., ..., Mexican hamper Pull up 'a rustic be "extremely rare for a professor to be on Monday and Tuesday where the actual
woven of carrizo. chair.Handcarved. lull-time research. monetary value of each position is supposed .
i ,A handy storage ,Bryan admitted that one of the important to be decided.
4 bin .that's pretty, Mexican puebla aspects of UF was its research programs, but The deans at Wednesday's meeting said
S too!21"high.Reg. chair. Ornate added "we do have to make sure the classes they needed to know how much funds wouldbe
back and legs. get taught." available to ,them before they decided
1.99Now99C Palm seat. Saveon "If you put a man on full time research and which courses will be able to be taught duringthe
... 2 other sizes this accent caused tie( 'loss of six or seven classes 1 believe summer and Bryan said he hoped. to have
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And often that's how we've felt about com "

mercial television, as we !flipped the dial from 4 $

situation comedy, to western, to cop show and ,

back again. .
But we've been consistently impressed with the

quality of its cousin, public television. In particular / __ _

we're proud of UF's station WUFT, a ,
public television station just 16 years old.

Besides the public TV network programmingWUFT
airs during its 75 hours of broadcastingeach ''t 5 fie

week, the station has been at the vanguard of ij

responsible, community service by taking viewers O \
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mission, the Alachua County Commission the

school board.In .
other words, out of the usual wasteland of the THE LATEST INt5rK5UEiaSmON5

boob tube, Channel Five has'managed to bring us

government that arm-chair in the sunshine.But service. costs money. Local UF's head stuck in sand

governmental bodies chipped in, $75,000 last yearto
allow WUFT to cover their meetings. Station
Manager Kenneth Christiansen would like to Within two miles of where you are reading this there are HATCH
three governments- the City of Gainesville, Alachua Countyand DOUG
expand local government coverage to include the UF which believe it or not is a government of itself. ( STAFF WRITINGSthe .1''
Regional Utilities Board, but he needs $25,000 to IN GAINESVILLE we have an appointed City Managerand L
do it. an elected City Commission, while in Alachua County we ounty'workforce.. 4
The state budgets no money for the station per have an appointed County Administrator and an elected To keep this year's budget in line Commissioner Ed
se. The station's operating expenses must come County Commission. At UF we have an appointed President Turlington said "We will delay the starting of some cap'
and no one is elected. outlay projects for a year or two." .
out of the budget for the College of Journalism and
Each of these governments have their own problems, while Turlington was referring to such high cost projects r
Communications. In 1974, the total outlay for each has problems it shares with the other two. building and bridge construction. .'
equipment expenses was $15,000, which is a mere TAKE FOR EXAMPLE the current budget problems. ANOTHER EXAMPLE of the UF ostrich effect car.
drop in the bucket for a modern TV station. Earlier this year each government realized the revenues seen in the field of affirmative action.
Consequently, besides not being able to expand they would be taking in would not match the money they For many years UF said it believed in equal opportuitor '
wanted to spend,so cuts would be neccessary. everyone, while it practiced a policy some .said.
Channel Five must make due with
coverage UF faced this disaster in' much the same way an ostrich discriminatory in hiring and the promotion of certain :
antiquated equipment. Christiansen estimates the would. level personnel. .

cost foreach remote broadcast of a local govern Immediate reaction from the campus community borderedon It finally got so bad the U.S. Department of He
ment meeting at about $500. panic as many people began to worry that they might get Education and Welfare (HEW) ordered' UF to write and
Unfortunately, Channel Five has been un- the axe in the great money-saving drive. by an affirmative action plan. ,'H
The administration for its part tried ,at first to dispel these SUPPOSEDLY UF'now has a working plan, but re'
successful in federal for its
attracting money fears by announcing they would not cut employes, which had reports of UF not living up to that plan have surfaced. ;.
operation.The almost the same effect as a man trying to stop a stampedingherd In the case'of the City of Gainesville, Farmer came in''I.'
role of Channel Five as educator, unlike of elephants by standing with his arms outstretched. City Commission meeting several months ago and dropp
most other public stations, is two-fold. On the one LATER THE administration would meekly announce that more than 300-page plan for the city. 2-
hand, the public is given convenient access to what some employes would get the axe,which added fuel to the fire. Farmer said the plan was written to "get on paper what|
But how did the other two governments react to the practice and to satisfy a Federal law which requires a wri
its officials are doing. But because the station is '
problem? plan..
staffed largely by UF broadcasting students, it Gainesville City Manager B. Harold Farmer announced ina Since that time HEW hasn't turned down the plan ar
serves a training function for its own staff. calm voice one. Monday night that the city would be would appear the first try Gainesville plan is workable.
And don't think that just because the station is $400,000 short in their budget, so cuts would have to be made. Granted it may be argued that UF is'an agency of a I la
run from the university and attempts to be But Farmer emphasized that employes would not be firedin government, while the city and county are more or less]
this cut and since then none has for this reason. dependent of this' larger government. ."
something more than mind-tranquilizer, its scopeis Only last month Alachua County Commissioners were told BUT MANY TIMES when a major! problem has be
narrow and elitist. by County Administrator Howard Weston that their revenues presented UF has acted like an ostrich who first runs amok i
According to surveys half the stations viewing would not match their budget, necessitating cuts in the county panic and then buries its head in the sand (or in this ca
audience make less than $10,000 a year, while budget. committees) hoping it will all go away.
three per cent make less than $3,000. Thirtyfiveper The problem is not only I for this years budget but also for But Gainesville and Alachua County have a tendency t
next year's Weston said. face serious head they can't hide fro
problems on realizing ,
cent of the audience is black and 48 per cent is
NO EMPLOYES should get the axe in the county budget them. 1
female. Yes, all segments of the Alachua County cutting. The County will rely on normal attrition or those MAYBE UF can learn a lesson from these two othe
community are watching. employes leaving the county payroll will not be replaced to cut, governments.
City and county commissioners, who together ,
make up the important policy-making utilities
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Asrnalldunkforrncin I Not 'a housewife' J

EDITOR Recent ads in the "Alligator" have reminded
me that Carnigras will soon be upon us. It seems to me that if ONE SOLUTION TO the time problem is to calculate the EDITOR For some CARING FOR a home
Carnigm is to be successful, in these times of ,economic number of customers who could be served in.an hour and peculiar reason after and. children and-or
uncertainty It will need a spectacular attraction to entice multiply it by the number of hours the administrators would reading Ms.- Mar 's, husband can be a very
customers to part with their money. Fortunately, I have such be available. "review" of "Stepford rewarding experience in
un attraction in mind. Then tickets could be auctioned off for all the traffic will Wives" I feel compelled to itself. We all need to be

Rig up a platform to a target, which, when hit by a Softball bear in keeping with the tree enterprise system, which has answer. It is an unusual involved in other people's
thrown by a customer at, say, a buck a throw would plunge made America what it is today. (Brian Donerly please note). compulsion usually I can lives in some way.
some poor schmuck into the tank. We might even take our cue from the recent Lions Club. read drivel and dismiss,it Housewives have the
In this case, however, the victim would not be just any poor auction and televise the proceedings on WCJB presided over as such. advantage of being able to
schmuck but a member of the ifF administration.IF by "Country Boy" Cliff Walden Mel':Turner or some other This particular drivel organize their own
THE RIGHT administrators are chosen e.g., Robert local media luminary.A however reflects an attitude schedules to meet personal
Marston, Harold Hanson Bob Burton Brown this attraction useful byproduct of this attraction is that it would that appears be needs and desires.
.can't miss.. Surely .Preident.Marston would_attract provide a' rough poll on the standing of certain administrators common and divides
the entire membership of the United Faculty of Florida, who .1 to the university community.. .women from each other. AT THE- present time ..
would dearly love to dunk him for his remarks on collective No longer would we have to Import "objective disinterested This attitude seems to say my world is limited by the
bargaining.In consultants" at 1500 bucks a head to write a report. We need that the world of the walls of an office instead of
Vice President Hanson's case, we could expect a only place the administrator over the tank and see how many housewife is dull and my own home, and in
reasonable percentage of the 600 "extra" freshmen admittedto people would like to dunk him. repetitive: it' breeds low many ways it is more
UK especially those who have had to scribble notes while I suspect that this aspect of the attraction may prove so IQ's and iron poor blood.A confining.I cannot! very
squatting in the aisles of overcrowded lecture halls. As for useful that a permanent tank would' have to be built in the career woman has it well leave all my work
Dean Brown. ..well the sky's the limit. Plaza of the Americas for year-round use. made. Her life is exciting. piled on my desk and go
The only problem I see with this plan is that there may not ANYWAY, THAT'S MY plan. offer it now so that the fulfilling, and rewarding. out walking..
be enough hours in the day to meet the demand. These administrators Carnigras committee can take advantage of the quarter break I have far too 'many
are busy men and we can't expect them to spendall to work out the details and contact the administrators. I don'tsee Putting down people to answer to for
of their time being dunked. how any administrator can refuse. housewives as robots that kind of freedom. TJ.e.
University College for example, would be a shambles It's one small splash for man but a veritable deluge of "trapped in '* this work load is reasonable,
dollars f for the Gator' Loan dehumanizing role, and
Fund. the
people are
without Dean Brown :
to run it in his usual high handed
praising the world of
manner,overruling a faculty committee here and muttering a shows the pay, while not out
an ignorance of
veiled threat under his breath there. Wayne Douglass standing is a big help in
what is involved
in the these days of inflation.
world of work most women
. -" .. .. '- .. .._ __ '0' .... _. .know. to However choose would if I were he.able

.. ." .. -' . "- '_. ".. ..--.- ... -.. ....-..- ..-...-.-.. _-_.H.. ._-_._. ...... .-. .,. The, .'popular-"* myth.. i.It.that .** 'a. ..housewife Ican"just 1
ADVICE :AND DISSENTAAeAdam's : igtti1icphotographer" promise Ms. Mara I wouldnot '

-- .. Ms Mara. find it so dull as she t;
.. .. .. .. .., .. refers to. The-reality all-- believes: :
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OO ofl"en Thflyping pop -t
,., efforts defended : of mymarriage I.have'hadthe brightinteresting..women- t

opportunity ,to be both who are "just housewives"and .
full-time housewife and Ms. Mara does them a
full-time secretary. great disservice when she !
EDITOR In reference to Mr. Tolin's letter Presently I am a secretary. assumes that such women (
opposing Alyce interest" in your eyes but may I remind you that even if only
McAdam's candidacy for Student Body President: he obviously women had supported the counseling center (which isn't true) This exciting glamour. are "robots programmed
doesn't understand the sort: of experience Alyce's work that is a very large percentage of the UF student body. filled typewriter was not only for housework
for the ERA and the center have given her. Also did it ever occur to you the) legislature sees the UF chosen by me; the current would suggest that"women's ,
IN WORKING ON the ERA has had economy has chosen it for liberation" be .
campaign. Alyce student body as a "special interest" group? So to them any
experience in organizing efforts to inform and me. My time as a extended to Ms. Mara. r
arouse people student body president representing our interests will be a
housewife was a throughly Perhaps her mind can be
about a frequently misunderstood subject. She can use this "special interest.
experience in relating and student views the enjoyable "fulfilling"time. freed from these old
explaining to I'M CLAD TWO people with Greg's and Alyce'sbackground
community and SG actions to the student body. have decided to run together. Both of them have stereotypes which keep a
She has had experience communicating and dealing with given the students proven ability to get things done. I had the opportunity to women of all callings from :
the Florida legislature which I for one. want the SG Presidentto One last thing, on the lack of reform in S.G. After the run my life as I pleased meeting on common
be able to do in dealing with student concerns such as the election you refer to, there was a Constitutional Conventionset much of the time and ground.
regent's new tuition hike. up tor reform. It was headed by Dave Gable a UF law pursue many of my own
interests. 1 am this is Wilma M. Galanos
In establishing the rape counseling center and in setting up student.It sure
NOW at the Union so it could be more responsive to students, didn't work out because the students you seem so proudto true of many housewives. Secretary II
she has dealt with the UFadministration4>ureaucratic boards say are "ignoring S.G. as best we can" didn't show up.
such as the Union Board of Managers and a wide range of There will be reform when students are willing to work with .
Facts facts .I
people in Gainesville. S.G. to get it. It won't come staying home and shooting off I are I
SURELY, MR.TOLIN, it should be obvious to you she has letters cutting down those willing to work for something they
more practice i in receiving and exchanging ideas and getting believe in. EDITOR Come. on/"'was it researched? What ..
projects accomplished. than many UF students. Janis Mara! Your columnsin percentage of men were
I don't know what it takes to have a project not be "special Robin Williams 3JM the Alligator are. to me, interviewed to determine
usually interesting and their preference 95
entertaining, but the one percent 100 percent?
appearing in the Mar. 6 An opinion, well-
I Help for the beating heart issue was .a bit much! founded or not should not
Here's a quote "It is be paraded as a fact. Factsare
.. a well-known tact that facts, opinions are
most men dream of the opinions, and confusingthe

EDITOR In the light ot such a repository any My thesis is written: I am new program with these perfect wife as a mindless two in your columns
the one-million-dollar grant humanities program is a dead leaving the University in to funds, and refuse to shore up Geisha.t ,etc." Now ifthat's sure can't help your sisters
that the University has and empty husk. weeks so my interest is only our faltering Library. their a well-known fact, any.
received from the National The Library has not academic. Academic indeed program will be only a papier- where is the tact
Endowment for the purchased a volume since I am not a library science, mache facade which will documented? By whom Mary Rutter
Humanities. I would like to January 1st. From the lack of major, but I know one thing enrich no one. They might as
urge that a substantial funds it is beginning its slow with absolute certainty: well give the money back.
portion of it be used to decline imo uselessness and should the Humanities Tom Meeks Inconsistent stance I IEDITOR.
support that part of UF,which decay. More and more it Department initiate some vast 4 AS
has been hit the hardest by becomes apparent that the -
recession: the Library.A Library is no longer a viable. The Independent The recent term paper services. .
good library is the backup to :a generalist course exposure of cheating in the This two faced-attitude on
beating heart of any great of study: while writing a thesis Florida AlligatorDoug College of Business has made moral issure 'makes the
I at interesting reading. One can Alligator to cheating
learning institution. Part of this quarter was appalled party
the liberal arts concept is the number volumes, listedin DIed Ron CunnnnphonlEnt.rtonm.M without much difficulty when these services have been
.., versatility, unspecialized and* the card catalog, for which Editor A.wciott fdlfO, ", ;' assume that the. : Alligator used. The accessibility'
general training in the the desk could not account. deplores cheating, these services through the
learning process which can be Theft and loss have taken G.orgKocnahieJr. Certainly the tone of the Alligator condones their use.
applied in all phases of life. their toll and like an Photo Editor! articles published implies This is a morally inconsistent
At 'the heart of any such organism in the last stages of disapproval. This makes it stance, Either advocate
Milldlfe'rnon I
the !lilrsiy Greg Forrer difficult for me to understand 'cheating or eliminate the rd.
:im is a repository of a wasting disease.
Sports Editor Ai.t. News Editor why the Alligator Classifieds
lation. adaptable to alluional is no longer able to repair '
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':V; ;VA't;. ',*\\//.r/;+ ,*< .%/t'',. < ', < '.'.' ,', ,,' :v', '_ II "The' Independent Florida Alligator,"Thursday' ",March 1& 1975, Pag 13 ,
f ';. "!:1 t :":- :f .:..X.*,'* ''X?C"'f"-\,:';' "\" .';,.? \ -:",v" "The .- ..

; ; { the time evening practices are not much better," she said "By COMPOUNDING THIS problematic, pool filter',$system It
b,. 't-; ," ;' .4r::" a girl gets home in the evening it's' 'eight h t o'clock' and also in The had cancel
then R poor shape. teams to practice several
Women : they y are too fired d "
I : ", ': practices from 3:30:: until 5:30: in the af Department deemed the water unfit to swim in, according to
: ;f1 ; V, Harlan, men's swim coach, has refused to Halfacre
'$ 'r with the .women on practice times, according to "Florida schools are having more problems than most

: : ?, Halfacre. schools in getting new facilities,"" Graves said. "This is

:i ), 1-,, d t KATE PAULOS, women's' track coach, said she was happy because we do not receive any state assistance in the buildingof

.. : .;,; : at t b oat t with her program' and she didn't' have any major complaints. facilities. If we want a new pool'.we must find the funds

'. .' '. ,'I." '"T -..-. :"' >,T.. ,. / ; t tl Y A p "The' biggest problem I have is our limited schedule ourselves."
t because of
our budget, she
said. '
qr girls have complained A NEW ADDITION to the women's program this year is a
about having to' pay y for their own track shoes." qualified trainer to attend the strains and sprains of the

New federal guidelines, a a' little more money being Each pair ot regular track shoes cost about $$30 with prices women athletes. In the past the 'women have had to treat t
I on s tor special events. do for
themselves, many times not knowing to an injuryor

... and the e ei keen bite' o of competition spur women athletes ; girls"TilE think MEN'S this' is TEAM is furnished with their shoes. Our how to prevent one. .
a big .
l 1 expense that they shouldn't have to Paula Ziemkowski a veteran trainer from the University of

.... !F I t pay, Paulos said.. Montana, was given a one-third assistantship in this position.She .

n (j Practice times are not a problem between the men and is required to put in three hours a day but many times

,., ; ..I women in using the track :according. to Paulos. averages 25 to 30 hours a week in the training room:
..., t '. .. ':. "Coach Carnes is great to work \with\ and we have not h had d "THERE IS JUST no way 1 can handle all the women;"

.. .,It f.. ...,:. "".... ..It,. ', ,. j ,any' trouble in sharing the track," she said. Ziemkowski said. "All 1 really have: time to do is tape the

\,. .. : Y FACILITIES ARE another big problem for men as well as :athletes before, they practice in order to prevent injuries.",
.... women according. to
.. S V women's coaches. The facility that is in '
._ :'* : -' ..... 5 Z ZA ZAa the \worst\ shape is ancient Florida Pool. THE" FUTURE LOOKS like it will bring a continued
.. .... '
,, .. According" to llaltacre, athletes many,, limes swim .in 50 to growth to women's programs with more money going for

+ r r+ ;,;t. & M) degree \water\ becasue the pool heater \continually breaks scholarships, facilities equipment and travel. .
;::.. down, Things are better in 1975 then they were in 1974 for

:''r."'1-.". J 4 "Swimming\\' in cold water is twice as tiring as swimming in women's sports..

.. if- ., water around 70 degrees, the temperature it should be," she "We've come a long way in a year," Alexander said. "Butwe
!said \\ !still It h have a long way to go..""
photo by
-'m"' Funding for women's sports at UF has increa: newman f"

over the last five years, although it presently aceD its ,..' .,< .' .'.,' '
.. fa.5 .. ,
.11 }ir! tJ'.r.\\ <. .I
foronly 1 percent of the total athletic budget. From 10 0 t,I S ,: J r\\ '< I. ,"'1 S+,"r1f"r : '....f.. > I

alloted in 1970, the women''* : iq; ,< Funding equalitymay
receives money over $$40,000., program n w 'L, S. .' .<: :.\, I

Funding for men's' programs fluctuated in the so ie e

..... ;: .: .>.(,if'.r'i ; tA five.year period, resulting in a 10 per cent reduc Dn ',rt rtf f a alter-sports-
.. .i.fk': .. ''. ''l//iX3)/" ..')!" ; : in allocated funds. f'

"-': r: ':',,,, ft ; tkL- Out of a total athletic budget of $$3.59 million ist i + + @

'.:E .. ; 5 year, women's' sports received '$$24,329, or 6-10 c 1 i I v xv app "i

.. .. 4.' _._ .... _._ cent. This of total By MIKE HORN
''"''' '''- m. _. ___ per year, out-' a budget of $C 76 \
I 5c. Staff Writer
By MIKE HORN Graves said. million, the women's' cut was nearly doubled, to Alligator

Alligator Staff Writer In 1974-75 men's equipment and travel expenses were cut $$41,175, accounting for 1 per cent of sports funds. I 1 I College athletics could be heading for a major mix-up if
universities force their athletic departments to abide by Title
from 28 cent of the budget to 19.5 cent, \while\ thewomen's t
Through a crack in the wall that once surrounded and per 4'w \ IX of the Equal Education Amendments barring
\\ budget was almost doubled.
protected the sanctity cf men's' athletics emerges a new \t :: discrimination, funding tor men's' and women's' athletic
"We:arc in a much better position this year than last year, g Kv
participant to the world of collegiate.
sports. programs.
Alexander!said. "And next will be better. '
we hope
The women athlete is aggressive. and eager: to claim her year au aua Currently most women's' !sports programs around the :
ALTHOUGH THERE HAS been shift in the
place in the sports s spotlight once dominated totally by men.' a budget a i, nation are receiving less than one per cent of the total athletic
towardumcn's there
\\ still
The new role of.women in athletics reflects the struggle by programs are many problems budget but at UF that amount has been increasing a little
\which\ interfere \with\ the development of women's sports at
women to gain equality in today's society. each year.
THIS FIRE OF EQUALITY has been fed by Title IX of the UP. ii.qa ii. i iw LT IF TITLE IX IS !strictly enforced, during the next 10 years

Education Amendments'of 1972 to the United States Con Scholarships :are' a big problem, according to Sue s athletic heads might be required to increase their allotment to
Halfacrc.. i women's coach.
\ !swimming
stitution prohibiting sex discrimination in \educational women's' !sports by 30 to 40 per cent ofthe total budget.
"It is difficult b lor r to t the swimmersto I
very me get really good "
programs or activities that receive federal funds. "I 1 do not think we could raise the additional money, said
Florida.. because I can't offer
to them
Since 1972. women's' programs at UP have been receivingmore \ competitive Kay: Graves, UF athletic director. "Major cutbacks would
financial.. aid; "she said.
and more attention, not only through publicity but have to be made and the place to begin would be scholarships
"Scholarships.. arc a'' big concern for all \coaches This is iswhere p i "
financing as well. r .
In 1971, before Title IX became effective, the UP athletic, \added.\ the men's program has the big advantage," the coach r This issue!! among others, was a major topic of discussion at

budget showed no money going. to UPs women's sports.. In' : the recent National Collegiate. Athletic Association seminar in
THE'MEN'S ATHLETIC has about 230
1972 after Title IX, women's athletic programs. were listed on program men on (Chapel Kill, N.C.
full or A full includes tuition
scholarships scholarship ,
the budget as receiving $16800. part qa L TilE CONSENSUS OF the coaches and representatives ,
housing food, laundry.. and books. A partial scholarship _
Title IX did not force UF officials to appropriate funds lor many I photo by John moron \who\ attended was to to cut back spending for nonrevenue-
limes tuition.
\ just covers
women's' sports. \ ", producing) sports, in order to meet not only the demand for
"WE AREN'T' FUNDING this because At present (there are only 23 scholarships available for more by women but also to combat the rising prices
program we are, money .
and for tuition.
\\ '
women they only ;
scared of Title IX," Dr. Harold Hanson, UP vice president of pay i" .4 3 3k And a sportswoman appeared due to inflation.
academic affairs and chairman of the affirmative action "In nmy case"Halfacre said "I 1 have split the scholarships < At most schools, this means everything except football and
committee said !vi o() I can offer more girls some type financial aid:"" basketball. '. .

"We do receive $$30 million a year from the federal "Scholarships :are :a big expense!. Craves\ said "If every\ \' t! COMMISSIONER BOYD MCWIIORTER of the

government that could be affected by' discrimination in activities college \could cut back on. the number of scholarships they)' By MIKE HORN time, women were able to receive scholarships! to play !sports. Southeastern Conference also made this point clear at the

:" he added. give, this! money \could,) be used elsewhere!\ \\ in the athletic Alligator Staff Writer "SCHOLARSHIPS are going. to help the program a lot," :annual SEC winter business meeting in Savannah, Ga. on

"UF was in a leadership role in women's sports before this program.' 'But if ifonly :a i few !schools :arc forced" to ,cut hack ,and I. In the beginning there was. a football, but there wasn't' said Dr. I Ruth Alexander, director of the women's' athletic March 4 4."I 4.

amendment" he said. "We've' tried to have exciting and others :are not then "(the schools: \who\ \cut back \will\ be :at a anybody around to do anything with it. So men) were added to program. "We have gone from zero to 25 scholarships in two very much hate to see this happen,"" he said. "There is no
demanding athletic programs for both women and men." terrific disadvantage"Most.of the picture to make the game more exciting.' years, and next year I"e"e hope to have more. way to fund both men and women athletes.""

According to Hanson the 1972 budget was. approved before the UP women's ,coaches: :agree' (the number
the Title IX guidelines came out. scholarships "lair)r women need'. to be increased.: ,i S.--* M and \wrestling.\ All of which. required men to play. better than most\ programs around the nation federal agencies, according to Dr. Harold Hanson, vice-

A QUESTIONAIRE SENT to. other universities in the TWO PROGRAMS THAT could be ,.compared, betweenwomen's I. But soon men got tired of smashing into each other and "Our teams are finding. out that Florida is in a good president ofacademic affairs. If UF violates Title IX, it could

southeast by the UF athletic department showed Gator sports \\ and' men's "sports \would\ be swimming\\ and track. t looked elsewhere. tor thrills. This is y when, they found \women.\ position compared to the other !schools in the Southeastern mean a loss of!some\ or all of these funds.A .

programs for women ahead of those at other schools. The men's track team currently!) has M'0) .athletes. on !some\ i 'THEY DRESSED the women. in short skirts and taught Conference"" she !said. "When UF teams are flying to meets, LOSS OF TillS MONEY would mean more problems at

Of 17 schools polled only Georgia''Tennessee and Florida type scholarship assistance \while\ the women's team only' |i them to yell "Yaaaaaa" and "Go.up Gators."" And. everything other teams\ are driving. When our women's,.teams are !stayingin the already financially troubled university."We .
budgeted more than $$70.000, for women's programs in.19740 has seven. k as fine for awhile. motels
/ The men's swimming\\ team \which\ h has been plagued \with\ f.* 4 ,? Then one day the women tired of yelling "Yaaaaaa,"" "We've \come a long way in two years, and things look very Graves said.,""We are in the process of working out a packagedeal

"We have a very good program compared to most schools problems recently! has only II acme" \' !swimmers", But. 15 I ', % :and \wanted\ to play the got, too. The men said this was not good lor our program. to improve each year" with the major hotel .and motel chains to give our players

in the south," Dr.. Ruth Alexander, director of women's' sportsat swimmers\\ receive some type) of: financial assistance.The Possible because they were games not strong enough-besides, \who\ IN 1975 the men's' teams.. took a cut in funds while women group rates ,when, they'go on the road.."

UF said. "Nation-wide though, we are about average.." \women's\' swim\\' team, currently the SEC champions.' would" yell "Go Gators"?' got most of what they requested. The men's travel accommodations have been criticized
UF (only has aid 'for six tuition'"scholarships. y ww4t + 'This "In 197475e, \\ asked for $107,000$ ,"" Alexander said.. before, particularly by female athletes.
Athletic Director .Graves said the UF ,, made the \women\ and in they burned
Ray protest
athletes are women: UF FOOTBALL accounts.for the largest number(- c.of.," UP their angry y p ".At er adjustments\ were made for Sugar Bowl money.in our "SURE, THERE IS a lot of travel money wasted.." said
very competitive with most schools in the pompoms.The
countryand athletic scholarships. About 130 men. are (on' lull or pan budget, \we\ received almost $$90,000., "" Kate Paulos. women's', track coach "When we travel, we
are the situation,
among top 10 in the nation for funding of several scholarships. men" didn't know"what, to do about this new
sports. so to appease the "" them hula and kick- With increased budget and more recognition, Alexander usually stay at an Eight Days)' Inn or something inexpensiveand
Arranging practice times, for women.' :athletes.., \who\ ,share, .: themen's balls and women, 'they gave hoops plans\'o expand all oi)the women's' sports next year and offer- put three or four girls in a room." ..
; For
P "w'ai
tl +w everything anyway.
r ( quiet again.
"The point that should be made is that most of the money facilities have caused some> problems., n 5-t'-! THIS, THEN, WAS q the. of "women's, 'sports more \scholarships."The \. "The men usually stay at,the nicer places like the Hyatt
for our athletic: program comes from football;" Graves said. During \winter\ quarter the.women's\ swim team) has been r Absurd. beginning R biggest area "we' need to work on is facilities," she House and put two in a room.:"
sure it is. what really
Last year the.UF football program brought in more than forced to practice either ,at t b:15>:!5 in (he morning, (or l between\\ I. hilppened But it isn't too far away from'" \said. approved, the new\\' sports facility will allow UF to get According to Graves, however, both women and men are

,$16$ million. It was the only team sport to pay for itself while 5:30: and 7:30: 'm the evening. /f),f Today) at Uf? the \\\'omen.\ has taken on a new\\' athletes who\ are going elsewhere because of our poor given the same travel allotments, for each player who goes on

.all others had expenses more than their income. "THE' GIRLS THAT ARE on the swim"\ t team r really, w ant J jo; ; ''ti! r&, look, Women are* able to program in swimming,, basketball facilities and it iti\will relieve many of the problems Our coachesare an out of town trip:
"WOMEN'S' SPORTS swim." Halfacre said. "If you don't t think it takes something & SOftball participate' having to arranging practice times with men." Faced with rising costs due to inflation the future of college
do not produce : Graves tennis and
revenue \ gymnastics, track cross \country.
uid."But, neither do comparable men's sports. .You don't. extra to be on the "women's, teams,"come down\\ and 'go 0 for a t ll llswim ;. J' 'They*e> are 'receiving more$ golf money, scholarships better "We have a lot of very dedicated people involved in athletics: remains uncertain, but one thing is certain. In the
have at 6:30: on a cold morning. Coaches, women's at UF, and because of them and the administration's next several years the UF athletic program Is heading for
a crowd at a women's, coif match or at a men's golf J.T and facilities then ever before. \\ programs
stand on equal opportunity in sports, the troubled waters aboard ,Florida's, financially floundering, ft-
match Graves said. (Continued next page} 5j 1 cJ"" the ptt$ Uo years> *omen' programs at t UF have In- .
I U! creased fourfold program ,will, continue to grow, Alexander said. flagship.I' & .
in their budget., and last )year' for the

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Thundoy March 13, 1975.Page 15 .

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By DOUG DIALEntertainment
Editor coming up April 25 is a tentative booking with the Earl
Scruggs Revue. '

Florida's The'Vare? also tentative bookings for Maria Muldaur,
central entertainment
North capital of the
and Eddie
with the Turtles
believe it
or not Miles
illustrious has
world, Hogtown many top-notch entertainment Davis.
bookings in the works. From jazz to country to STUDENT GOVERNMENT .i
broadway shows. It's all coming to town next quarter. Free received an additional $10,000 to towards free has ,
go concerts
shows pay shows, no show and snow shoes will have a for students. This is in addition to the regular $15,000
somewhere for
place everyone. budget.
For instance the Great Southern Music Hall will Steve Block SG Entertainment Chairman said these
continue to bring the cream of the entertainment crop. extra funds will
go bringing in
top name entertainment
Scheduled for April are such alluring names as the to the campus.

Baker-Gurvitz ,Army featuring -Ginger Baker, former "We're looking for a tremendous Spring quarter as far
drummer for Cream. They are booked for April 3, with as free entertainment," said Block. ,
special guests-Trapeze. April 9 the broadway hit We have a tentative booking on the Nitty Gritty Dirt
"God spell" performed by the New York Touring Co. will Band with Steve Martin opening the program. This will
grace the stage of Great Southern. probably be for Dorm week, said Block, .
LOCAL JAZZ BUFFS sit down for this one! RAMSEY ALSO IN THE WORKS is the First Annual Spring Jazz
LEWIS and his Trio are tentatively scheduled April 10 Festival.

along with special guests. Copeland Davis. It will be a hot t "We hope to feature some of the top names in the jazz
night in town that night. market," said Block. "Somebody of the caliber of Chick
Roy Buchanan, who was in town last year will play the Corea,or Ramsey Lewis. It's looking like this will really bea
Great Southern April II. big thing."
... Tentatively scheduled for April 16 is-hold on to your
hats-BLOOD SWEAT AND TEARS. Sometime during the quarter there should be three photo by dave dial'
GREAT SOUTHERN will probably hold a charity other free big name concerts. Although nobody is bookedas .... Well, It's down the tube as Entertainment Editor
,. concert with all proceeds to go to the Alachua County of yet we anticipate a very good quarter, said Block. Doug Dial gives up his position to the new Excitement
Mental Health Association around April 18 with the The University sponsored cultural series will feature Editor Sheila Draper. Hope you're not easily
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.To violinist Daniel Heifitz apd, cellist Jeffrey Solow as well as susceptible to headaches Sheila. It's been fun folks
celebrate Great Southern's first Annual anniversary the Florida Symphony.judgment ta.ta I

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\ Gainesville's 8 best films for 1974. I

Review By the finest products that the local "M+A+S+H" both of which were shownin homosexual, scatological, slapstick and
Richard BurkholderAny bijou palaces had to offer last year. If losers Gainesville last year-were not treated as gallows humor), this latest insanity from the
like "The Trial of Billy Jack" and "The Great 1974 output; andc disordered mind of Mel I Brooks is for anybodywho
subjective enumeration of the eight Gatsby" get omitted, then I apologize. But ) films that may have made their local digs a good well-produced helping of a
best movies to have graced Gainesville's not to shame-facedly. debuts at the Union were not considered raucous low-brow comedy.
theatres in 1974 should inevitably draw FOR ANY FILM Under consideration the because of their extremely limited 5. Roman Polansky's "Chinatown."
catcalls guffaws, and,' a fair amount of following ground rules applied: engagements as well as the narrowness of the Elegantly-mounted period piece about a,seedy
aesthetic rage. al) the motion picture had to make its audience i.e., the UF studentsto which private detective in a drought-parched
Thus, to all those, well.intentioned souls Gainesville premiere last year regardless of the film's pre-showing publicity was directed.So Depression Los Angeles. Polansky's evocationof
who might earnestly plump for inclusion of how many 19 weeks or months it played in here, without any particular degree of time and place is' captivating and Jack
one or another of their personal favorites, I New York City; preference since all, in my mind, were Nicholson as the pretentious and bigoted
humbly submit that the following are, in my b) reruns like "Animal Crackers" and exemplary motion pictures -, are the top private dick' is Oscar material.
eight: 6. Richard Lester's "The 3 Musketeers." A
' GEORGE ROY HILL'S "The Sting." swashbuckler straight out of Errol Flynn and,
I Odetta comes to town Believe it or not this ,flick came back to as an expensive "costume" piece a rarity 'r'
Gainesville twice after its initial 10-week run indeed during these lean times. This flick can
The i last year. Amiable, whimsical, and at times hardly be considered as an artistic film but 1
legendary artist,
Odetta will be coming to the 'delightful, "The Sting" grossed millions defy anyone with a sense of the, fun-loving to
Beef and Bottle's Entertainer '{ nationally, cleaned up in Gainesville, and attend this movie'and NOT enjoy it. Nice, old-
Lounge next week Tuesday I charmed a lot of eager moviegoers. Slickly- fashioned fare with plenty of swordplay,
through Saturday for shows at Ii produced, possessed,of an O. Henry-like plot chases and romance, this motion picture can
sand I II I p.m. i twist, and nimbly acted by principals ,Paul provide a rollicking time for all viewers. ;
,As musical trends changeover 6ifw 6 Newman and Robert Redford, this movie may 7. KAREL REISZ' "The Gambler.."
the years many 'artists well achieve minor classic status. Powerful psychological portrait of an intellectual
cannot keep up with the pace. 2. Francis Ford Coppola's "The Con- (James Caan) obsessed with a
Odetta's talent has withstoodthe > ; versation." Virtually ignored by local maniacal urge to gamble incessantly. Reisz
test of time.WHETHER ,"y.. audiences, this gem of a film plumbs the probes the personal motivations behind
ODETTA is ba.p, n'a Z .: parameters of individual security and Caan's constant betting-and losing-and
singing work songs, negro .gip depersonalization in our increasingly emerges with; a compelling ,study of a man
spirituals folk songs, gospelor technologized and data-banked age. Gene driven to his own cathartic self-destruction.
the blues-you,can be sure Hackman, in what I think is his finest role to 8. Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather
the talent which has made her }%r -'< date plays a freelance industrial wiretapper Part II." The Vito Corleone business and
quite literally an international ';.\: slowly awakening to the immoral crime network is examined from the stand-
figure will be shining. ramifications inherent to his vocation. point of successor, Michael's (Al Pacino)
After IS albums and tours 3. Paul Mazursky's "Harry and Tonto." treatment of the concept of absolute power. A
that have taken her all over One of the ,warmest, lump-in-the throatiest, long and somewhat sprawling saga, "God
the world Odetta I've in 'father II" ties together, via flashbacks to DonVito's
comes toyainesville. motion pictures seen years. ProtagonistArt
This reporter Carney ascends from broad burlesque to a early empire-building days the abuses
Aspects her appearance in thesping stature few of us probably would and machinations aggrandizing authority
Gainesville is more of a have dreamt heretofore possible Mazursky's' entails.
personal favor to Beef andBottles episodic tale traces Carney's westward Honorable mentions: Maxmillan Schell's
programmer Gene ir odyssey across the United States with a "The Pedestrian";. Sidney Lumet's "Ser-
Scogin friendly orange cat Witty lines genuine pico"; Woody Allen's '''Sleeper"; .Sam
Acts coming up next sentiment, and perceptive treatment of Pecklnpah's "Bring Me the Head of Alfredo
quarter Biff include: The Dillards material make "Harry and Tonto" a Garcia"; Claude Berri's "Le Sex Shoppe";
Medicine.Rose. Dr. Hook and the cinematic joy. Robert Altman's "Thieves Like Us,
Dion Show Doc Watson. ODETTA 4. MEL BROOK'S "Blazing Saddles." The "California!! Split," and "The Long Goodpende -
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hollow body ocouMIc elect, both In player+Panasonic turntable $60 or best blocks from comp $8 per mo.
excellent cond. reasonable offer,call frog 378-03894ph's-yes: guys, Heat, AC, new kitchen availablenow troller hook up Country
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balanced flow It stage regulator with heavy chain+lock, wicker basket Incl. female roomate wonted 47.50 mo own Mat roomate wonted, 2 br, 2 bth,
underwater air pressure gouge used 5 SI IS also a study lamp, big wicker room In ne section utillllei '/ call after Hawaiian Village Apt.Call Chris at 37ft-
times $175 firm 376-0629 (o-?l-10l-p) basket, +chaise lounge.plants 3928930 5:00: 376-7500 (b-5l-98-p) 5138 after 2:00: p.m. (b-3t-100-p)
2 realistic electrostat 2a speakers great (A-3T-99-P)
CLASSIFIEDS sound for the money asking$90 call 392- OVATION acoustic guitar and COlt WANTEDQ
9573 a-2t-101-p( )_ superior instrument in perfect condo $250or
.' Diomonds' ,,Sopphlres,Jmerolds, Jod,)!, best offer 393-9263 (A.ft-101-p) (
;": i i-\i *.. **, and 95 ether gerrfrfclneMTs.' .All qualities '73 n.w Moon" cent olr utll. shed unfurt,' ""I : :
available. Priced from 25 percent to 50 hanging fire place 2 br I bath fr family THREE$ (STUDENTS ASSISTANTS TO
percent below retail. Custom cutting room equity plus take over payments THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR. J.
from $1000 Unconditional Guarantee. $8550 call mornings 377-5737, ((0-21.101. .IIZI WAYNE REitz UNION FOR THE f>

I.233WIXMVERSJTYAVEIet OZZIE A.13T-90-P By( appointment only 373-3894 P) Lei ACADEMIC YEAR $197V 76 .L_ .
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moving and cannot take along :
Leaving for South america Must sell monagony desk 45..18in.top,27 In.high
brand new IT" RCA XL 100 color Iv. seven big drawers study best offer steve Z POSITIONS WILL, ASSIST, IN THE': T-l
$355 Coll 37 -3796 (o-St-W-p) 378-9783 after 5 pm (o-lt-101-p) COORDINATION PLANNING AND Tl

Traditional or Contemporary designs of Chrome frame, mikunl corb, dytch SPONSORED BY THE RBT2 UNION.
your choice. Handmade for Individualswho pistons, "P" cams, $1300 or.offer, 373- ADDITIONAL DETAILS AND APPLICATIONS M
wont the best. Original work by 0613 (o-31-IOO-p) W
South' leading Artists Master Gold 1975 Honda 360 only 112) miles with ARE AVAILABLE. IN
Smith and lapidist. Unconditional worrenty $1100.00 firm. Save over ROOM 330 J.W.R.U.
I "If YOU HAVENT SEEN A PORNO MOVIE BE. Guarantee.OZZIE By appointment only $100.00 on this new bike Call ARt 372-
3733894. A.13T-90.P) 4355-56 or 373-8144 at nlte must sell
FORE,' OR IF .YOUJIAVE ONLY ONE EROTIC trailer 10 x 45 very close to campus 2 Electric Starter ((0-5t.98-p-)

MOVIE TO CATCH'THIS YEAR THIS IS THE bedroom fully furnished $1695 students Darkroom) equip, Beseler 23-c: enlarger, .
ONE." -AI Gbldstein only available March 25 378-3463 keep 2 lenses, easel I, timer, safellght, etc. ttie SUMMER
trying (o-5t-98-p) never used asking $375, call Bill, 3732403 -
Epiphone 12 string w-case. very good ((0-31.1 OQ.p)
THE LIFE action mint condition 3 years old. $175 Yamaha 180 Guitar,great shape never SPECIAL
for Information call 392.9988 Ask. for used only $85 with case Wilson Irons ft place
Howl. room 214 Yon (o-5t-97-p) Hogen woods + bog only $100. Call
&TIMESOFXAVIERA 3EWHRY Custom mode for those who 372.3563 anytime (o-3l-tOO-p)
appreciate art in gold, silver, and Fine Guitar, Yamaha FG 180 hardshell case
Gems. Studio 103 By appointment only excellent condition, $90. Also four 1
373-3894 (A-l 3T-90>; lodderbock chairs with cane seats, $35
mobile home 21' holiday with cobona all four. Coll 378-3365 (o- -100-p) $60
HOLLANDER many extras$2000 or best offer lot No. Old Gibson LGI Acoustic with hard case
17 glynwood pork phone 3764217 (A- small and sweet easily worth $175 Bob per month
rI'KCM 10T-95-P) 373-1614 (o-31-lOO-p)
(wnasss crnz' mm toon)
Beautiful healthy golden retriever' AAoto Guzzl 850 full dr..., pearl white
puppies 8 wks old three f.mol.25) $$ paint, a very clean showbike. $2,100 or RESERVE FOR SUMMERBEFORE
sera 373-2243 (o-ot-97-p) would consider trade for late model
Moirite electric guitar $75, Fender foreign truck. 377-4333 (o-3t-100-p)*
Vibroverb amp $140, Fine Inlaid coffee 1 MAY 1st
table $.<<>, 9 foot surfboard $20 apt. 3 FOR RENTsublet
Bldg. 376 Mogulre Village (o-St-97-p) opt,"In The Pines", 2 bdr 2 bth, AND SAVE
townhouse, A-C heat dlshwsh, garb
TYPEWRITER+69 standardollvenl un-,
disposal, pool $230 mo. Available opril
derwood cubic elite-mint cond-little
I I. call after 5 373-4489 (b-5t-98-p)
P4yTMr pm
use-$40-call sherrl 377.3111 after 5. (A. '
INTRODUCING r, 3T-99-P)) female roommate: Own large room 2- $725
\ SAMANTHA McLAICN '68 CHRYSLER NEWPORT In excellent wide trailer In Castlegate. Neat t month
AS XAVIEDA std After 6 call 378-0134.
1 8:00: condition-A-C, power steering and serious prefd.
85-mth H utils. B-8T.95-P
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brakes-many appealing
'Carty CHUCK 392-8202. (A-4T-99-P) sublease 2 bedroom furnished apart- AFTER APRIL 30th r
otF & 9:4550SCREWDRIVER50': ment at Brandywlne rate, until June
ZN CPIXL1S (SLY Sears Kenmore canister vaccum and open for possible ;releasing.
good cond. IV 1 *yrs.old$35.00 Call 373- Available March 20 call 378-3796 (b-5t- .. only 25 yards from campus
S734 after 5:30: (o-Sl-98-nc)

GE portable dishwasher, $90. Must sell, for rent one or two bedrooms availablein individual 1 bedrooms
moving. Coll 466-3058 (A-4T-99-P) three bedroom apt at Kings creek
opts call 373-2531 or 377-8280 to make
beautifully furnished
opelt. call at night (S-4T.99-P) R

sublet 1 bedroom apt.. In Gotorwood .
dishwasher, oc, carpet disposal, pool, shag carpeting
'tennis d., a>". $175 0 mo. contact
manager or call 378-5819.after 6;00 (I br. dishwasherAlso
AT SOUTH 5t-97-p)
sublet room loAtoncho Ap M. S90 per taking fall reservations t now
mo Pool Laundry Central AC ph 378-3244'
ask for Mormon or Jerry Available for
Immediate occupancy. (b-5t-97-p)

Hey- Needo a mellow place to live? the place1231S.W. '
Share a furnished opt with 2 roommates
at GATORWOOD Starting April 1. Coll
378-4854. after 530'oM.; $58 mo. (b-3t-
233 W. University Ave Phone 377-3013 IQO-P) .. ; 3rd Ave.

MOVE IN NOWI! Female,roommate
UPCOMING EVENTS' ,* needed for 1 bdrm opt spr qtr. Gator- 372-3557
wood. $95 month + W Mil. March rentpaid.
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immediatepar onroct y utilltlea; campus 7400 + 'H utilitlt no deposit March Is the lime '
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in 2 brm ta '* block from roomie 4 bedroom HOUM for rent many '
rm large blocks from .
own wmpus In quiet spo $90 per-mlh plus 1 wooded bock yard. 3 block to campus. includes all deposit :
3 Nonsmokert preferred. Collbatioip $2100) rnonlh.201 nw 10M.call 372-1494 both, refrlg 377-6992
ut7iti9s.and oak for C (( ) for mare Info. ((8- T-99P) central oc ) roommate
2femole. to share" room 2 br, furn. 1 Female Roommate wonted for poolside responsible ( ( AC and
Country Ga fc .CIoM to med French Qtr. Apt. $5623 413 keep trying ( ) utilities ( )
)opt cenler Lori mot rent free. available Mar utilities Coil 373-9155 (B-4T-99-P) 2 bdr-$95 2 '
23Cat 117-7854 (b-5t-100-P( ) sublet studio opt In the Pint available sections No I '
Roommates wonted own bdr In 3 bdr I Vi( anytime after March 20 call 377-8525 ((8- ((3117)) ((3118))
both $73 per mo lit lost mo rent 378- 4T-99-P) Open 7 Days
21 11 NE 15th Trr.Avail 316. (b-3t- Sublet 4 acr.-t. ke 3 bedrm at
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$110 month Including utilities much Efficency-all )
more call( Sue 377-8726 unique opt.b.I ( -
section no bound I
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Hawaiian Village townhouse apt. Open 7 Days et ready
available April !1. Five month lease For 4 ..-$) (
Info call 372-7207 or 3785905. (b-3t-100- plowed ) ; )( ; ;
aQt'1' o female roommate own bedroom in ((31119)over ) opts
furnished 2 br apartment 2 blocks from 200 spring qtr.
campus call wendy 5-12 pm 3737427ba prices Avail ..t14' ( ) :
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sublet 2 br I b dupl central heat-oc pets United near: 1-75. : : ; : : : :; .
and children allowed $175 mo $100 $ 75. '
dep. coll mn hams 373-9310 or come Open after 3 ( ( )
.see at 2120 e unly ave. No. 4b-5t98-pl( ) ( )
roommate needed to shore 3 one
yMrl.r. ,tJNO; bdrm oak forest apt $95 per month 1-3 wanted 2 of .
1., ..asyrIrhtl K. util. $33 security opril I-June 15 call I ( )
alr, q hRACCH .rIrI after pm Ask for Blckl, J'lll (b-5t.98-p) 60: 'Z'I I \ ( ):
.rii.seed 1 1,2, t 3 bedroom mobile homes Pool Pj) walk
tennis court, clubhouse, laundry NO Only $148-mo .
ANALE r.,, are lost, PUS, Month to Month lease $140 $185 comfortable, 1 ... (
li,a a.., beU Alomar Gardens 373-4244 (b-5t-98-p) dition-Heat )
liberal, mellow, male roomate wanted March 28 ( ) ....:.
to share 2 bdrm trailer, $75 -IVi utilitiesa male sublet opts two
mo.come by 3530 sw 24th Ave No. 70 furnished, TV, + Vi utl.
Pinehurst Trailer Pork after 4p.m. (b-2t- service call after ( \ )
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Want to Sublet Nicely Furnished One female for opts 89.50
Bedroom Convinces $127. come by
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H1 meadows opts. $66.00 plus % utilities Kitchen, 2 98a c54531)I
per month. available spring quarter call 13 St 373-0863 ( ) call |eff ( )
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mo plus third utilities. Frederick Gardens ecology If to, you will wont to know' RAdio Heater Excellent Gas, Mileage divine Prophets, ore the first teacher of Dive Mach 9iK. Sales Service Rentals 3764446HOME
.Apt* coil 371-7435 (c-3t.100-p) mart about opportunities with New-life $875 GREAT ,BUY 373,5552 or 392.1537 the human race. .the fundamental Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild:Kingdom.
."roommate wanted 103 nwtOst apt:2 371-. Health Product. We train you to earn at (G.3T-91P) principles they have laid down ore the T.V.)'Allen* Aquatic i Troll Center 4ne.
3121_$67.50 per month (c-2t-101-p) much at you desire call 377-0657 day or 1973 Mazda X-2 4 dr w. air low mileage causes and"factor of thh advancementof 3448 W Unlv 33-9233 (m-h-86<)
I'OOfMICIte.Mmoture student evening (E-4T-99-P) only $2395 with $295 down tee at Car notions. Writings (|-lt-IOI- Europe Itrael Africa Asia travel
own br In :2 br op -l03-mo grad+ utll need someone with experience City 3506 No. Main 377-7521 HUMMMM- cj)__. discounts year round student air travel
Point{ West 3764696 after 6:00 (c-2l-101- teaching' swimming to work this summerIn MI (g-fr-94-nt) Wanted-4or5 yr old males with no' dental Inc 4228 first ave tucker.go 300B4 ((404))
P\ __ _. blue ridge mountain muM have Wli l 1974 Comoro Brand new light blue experience for doctoral tidy: Must live In 934-6660 (m-25t-88-p)_ HUNTERS
female roommate wonted to hove own' good pay coil mike 373-0942 hurry (.-21. air, rally wheel. radio, power steering' married student housing.' Free dentalesarn'if GRE"PREPARATION COURSE near U'. 1 18
room In 3 bedroomopt.. rent 73.34 101-p) brakes, $3895 Call Mike at 392-8948 elected. CALL 373-3062, 377M16 hours, $35; course repreatable free. We can help you find' a home
month + utilities,for more Info coil 3778477 STUDENT Earn while you learn Partlme or 392-6021 (mesnoges) (g-st-97-p) 377.7500 (J-3T-99-P)_ Score 1000 by the second try or your apartment, mobile home, or
(c-2r-10l-p>) contact work afford extra Income. for 1969 Opel station wagon excellent Responsible rider wanted to Wash. DC money bock. Call ((305)) 8547466. (J-8T- reanimate the easy way)
MATURE ROOMMATE wonted for own' Interview call. 372-2466 or 378-8160 (e. mechanical condition area. Leave IB-return 3-30. Shareexpenses 99.P)_
room. $7/monthly' + $25 damage + 1.' 7t-96-p) mileage, recent Inspection great, luggage gas Call 372-6368 after 6 pm. (J.3T.99P LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 20 5 OUR FEE REFUNDABLE. (
3 utilities t km month Call Rick after J AUTOSMUST rack, $850 or best offer, call 373-2403: ) hours, $70. Half of our students scored
pm ot 376-5264 'c51.97-p_)__ (g-2t-101-p! ) Poncho'; Bookpock Pocks W-frames, over 600 Course repeatable free 70 pt. JOEL It BRIDGES II
SELL NOW 1973 VW Super beetle Tents, Rugby Shirt, Trail Shoes, White Improvement by the second try or your
HELP WANTEDSmall w-ol stereo FM almost new steel rod tires '67 Triumph Spitfire Mkll excellent Stag Speedo Bathing' Suit Join Unlv: money back. Attend first class free, no'
$2395 call Richard after' 5pm at 372-5047 mechanical and physical condition Club. Allen 401 SW 4th, Ave.
apartment complex needs part- Hiking Aquatic I Troll obligation Call ((305)) 85<1-7<166. (J-8T- REALTOR
time mold to clean room: 15-20 hr*. o or 373-9705 (g-St-IOO-p) Newlclutch, tires. Inspection, etc $1000 Center. 3448 W Unlv. 3739233fr72(| 99-P) Open 7 Days tot 7:00 377-6700
week. $2.00 on hour to ttort Mint be for sale 72 ford van Insulated carpetedruns toll Lorry 377-5315 (g-3t-100-p I ) t) *
dependable toll 373-6970 (.--101-p) good tel'2.7584 Jeff ((0-31.1 100-p) 71 VW 42000 ml march Imp ticker Quality leatherwork never wears PARENT EFFECTIVES SS TRAINING Dr.
ilebort rustproofed $1400 I ) or best offer it always wear In. At MaSonDu we Thomas Gordon's course will begin new
s will consider financing myself call 373- specialize In custom' leatherwork' class Apr. 8, 7.10 pm 378-5748 after
NEED CASH] BEER 0623 after.4 pm only (g-St-lOO-p) purses, belts, coats, jackets, sandals, 6:00pm: (m-7M01-p) SUPER BIKES Inc.
travel' bags. If it con be mode of leather Drafting' i graphic work-all types ,
II R ON SUNDAY PERSONALWedding we can make it to suit you.. MaSonDu, simple-complex, basic-weird. B.A. PARTS3770901NORTON )
: 1 1131 W University Ave. open l0om-6pm Deslgn-reosonoble call Bruce 378-4712
Invitoi16n $1140 100
W U", 'ft ; ''UH .R NUBBY'S TACKLE BOX business cord $995, rubber per ttamn Monday thru Saturday, by appointment 'or 392-7889loovo message (m2tIQ1p! )
Sundays t evenings, 373-7X7Qv (fJ J-sp-74 DUCATI
HU SfU tM 1 BI I. South at Light magnetic signs, offset printing Cliff Hal typing IBM Correctable Selectric II Mary ,
Printing 1 1103 N. Moln (J-FR-5B-C) COED's facial hair removed MOTOGUZZIand
I permanently after 4 372.1728 (m-5t-98-p)_
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gymnast' we now have special quarterly electrologist over :20 year experience 2269 Marcia (m-5t-98-p)_
, rotes, call 373-1407 or write po box Coll 372-8039 (IFR-6I-C)_ Want something' different Custom brands)

, p ROID'TIME tMpspkEI 12541 city, 32604 (|-3t-100-p)_ .Term.Popora'lanodo'! largest Service.For mode clothes, repairs, alteration' very
'\ Helpll!I got. 'ono class for spring' catalogue send$2: to: Essay Services, reasonable.' Marcia 3762269. (m-St-98-
registration. If you may drop either pry 57 Spadlna' Avenue. Suite 208, Toronto. Pj)_ "
U; 409 NO. 7298, psy-320 NO. 7288, or fh-. Ont. Canada Also, campus representatives
I i t mpo $oa .En. +e ittb len 104 NO 4066 please call ken at 378-9835 required. Please write (|-35t-70-- Typing Service Full time experienced
w te.a ((1.2M01-P) ei)_ typists' .any material Fast and accurate.
g PICKIN AND GRINNIN PARTY: If.you are pregnant and need i help, we Delivery IBM Selectrlc. Call 462-2739 See Kobert Bruce jump
1 MI t M t1 d' V1 erli Mkt t Act bluegrass, blue, ballad Bring your core. Coll Birthright 37749476t93p(| }) (M-5T-99-P) _
fiddle, banjo, guitar. All welcome. 8:00:
tonight, Center for United Ministries, LOST FOUND' SERVICE 10 years experience, Sunday .Mar. 16 2 PMSERVICE3770722
1402> W University (!l-lt-101-p) lost male cot block medium long hair 373-8923 (M-4T-99-P)

T the Sisters and Pledge of Zeta Tou lost m french quarter area REWARD call WRITING-RESEARCH
Alpha. Thank You Very Muchl! Love, 373-4091 (I-3t.))00-p)_ Need help Professional wrHor-
Tom. (I-Lt-101-p) lost ladies brown alligator wallet near .researcherno' project too big or small AM-6PM.
happy birthday to the sweetest girl I Mcdonalds frlday large reword need Id's term papers to doctoral theses 7 DAYS A WEEK
know 22 yrs old and getting' better all the obso. No questions! call 377-9646 (l-3t- reasonable rates call 378-5520 .
1017W.Uny.r1i) time love yo much Tom (I j-lt-101-p) lOO-p) (m-7t.96-p)_ 3441 S.W, ARCHER R.D.
take a break, from your studies this REWARDI! for short tailoredgoldsuede
I weekend come out to GYMNOS |lUll 20 woman' (acket-lost 3wks ago peabodyor --------
min from campus 373-1407 or po box leighThas( ) I button, call bev 377- r---------'
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appetizer but now let' hove the (work) 392.1784 or (home) .376-.
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lost: large male husky dog, near nw
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ave no collar nomoImo", call
take two hand to handle (Ht-101-p l ) 373. B60 (l-ai-101-p)
Summer comp In Vermont Hiking' ,
swimming' gardens, farm animals, _kpojocla SERVICES
square dancing. Simple
lifestyle, Quaker leadership. Boy, girls
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f 0 NOW OPEN, Specializing' In English haircutting medical referral? Call us for any
blow wowing far the In' look questions. The Monied Student' Service. Coffee
unisex. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 !W.. Center 377-4125 'fm.lt-80-eha .
.Univ. Ave 377-2643: (fr50t-53-pr) ,

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Pron-Certifled MEN (mwlOt-C6-p) .
f Basic Scuba Course '- Advancedregistration
for spring quarter April 6. All
w II ILl equipment provided Including mask
LLI SPECIAL fins' snorkel B.C full wetsutt, tank
i ID: rZr Mol ... regulator, all air, textbook and .International Any

OLD MIL $12 1 TV ChannelsA' wotntr certification. Absolutely no ,
Cost Call Scubo
extra $35 Dynamic
, Q qt: channel UPI News New York .
SIX PACK tock Exchange t FM station on 37>5069 (m-9t-94-p>)
TV Channel,and FM and 4 AM. Dive the Dry Tortuga for spring' break Purchase'
o PLUS TAX n station on the FM band.' Transportation by seaplane from Key : '
o m UNIVRSnVOTVTUVBIONCAUICaiNC West Survival diving' trip for five day ,
Hours 11 AM.. 2P.M. A ,, Include full scuba equipment. Camp of ,

423 NW 13th Si:'ft 5th Ave. LJ 12218MAnrsTraMSVaoiory" certified historical' diver Fort Jefferson.or $15000$115.00 for non-for

certified and trip Include full cer DuringWeek.
of ication.Call Scuba Dynamic 373-5069:
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1,MCAT Medical College Admission Test '
special compact review course in Miami Your Exam,
March 23-29 Stanley Kaplan Educational
Center local 392-9429 to enroll call
.: cellett ((305) 932-M87: (fn-7t-96-p) ,
passport, resume, and applications

Works of Art work natural studio syrte 1219 portrait W. Unlv.377-0797 Ave camera(m-20t- .

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by 'For oil repair on American and Imported
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mo plus third utilities. Frederick Gordon ecology? If to. you will wont to know RAdio Heater Excellent Go*' Mileage divine' Prophet, ore the first" teachers of Dive Mach 9th. Sole Service,' Rental 376-4446
,Apt, colt 378-7435 (c-3t-100-p) more about opportunities with New-Life $873 GREAT,BUY 373,5552 or 392-1537 the human race. .the fundamental Tom Allen(Co-host of Wild Kingdom.
"'roommate wanted 103 nw t lOW 2 378- Health Product We train you to earn ot ((;,311913 -"" ') principle* they have laid down ore the T.V.)'Allen* Aquatic! t Trail Center Jnc.
opt and factor of thh advancementofnalons.Boho'IWritings 3448 W. Unlv 373-9233 (m fr.$6.J)
much detl,.. call 377-0657 day or cause*
3J21 $6750 per month (c-2t-101-p) m you Motdo X-2 4 dr w.olr low mileage
roommate wonted-mature student evening (t-4T-99-P only $2395: with $295 down tee at Cor (j-lt-101-j Europe Israel Africa Asia .travel

own br In 2 br .$I05-mo grad+ /k utll.r need someone with experience City 3506! No. Main 377-75JI HUMMMM- cj)____ discount year round student air travelInc
Wanted 4or5 old mole with dental.lIperl.ne. 4228 first ave tucker 30084 ((404))
lntWetlJ7e-0696crfter600: c21101fti teaching swimming to work this lummerIn MI (g.fc-94-nc) yr no .go.
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female roommate wonted to hove own good pay coil mike 373-0942 hurry (..21. air, rally wheel. ,rodle,power steering, married student housing Free dental ORE"PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 18 find home,
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room In 3 bedroomopt.. rent 73.34 101-p) __________ broke, $3895- Call Mike'at 392-8948 hour, $35; course repreotable free mobile home,or
8816, 377.7500 (J-3T-99-P) apartment
month + ulllltlM for more Info call 377- STUDENT Earn while you learn' Partlme or 392-C021 (messages) (g-5t-97-p) Score 1000 by the second try or your roommate the weyl
8477 ((c- .101-p) contact work afford extra income, for excellent Responsible rider wonted to Wash. DC money bock Coll ((305))854-7466. (J-8T. easy
1969 ,
Opel station wagon leave 3-18-return 330. Shore
MATURE Interview call 372-2466 37MI60 (.- area 99-P)
... ROOMMATE wanted for own or mechanical condition, great.
room. $74 monthly + $25 damage -IV 7t-96-p) mileage, recent Inspection, luggage gas 3T expenses.99.P Coll 372-6368 after 6 pm. (J- LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.f. 20 '.OUR FEE REFUNDABLE.

3 utilities I tout month Call Rick after 5 rack, $850 or belt offer, call 373-2403 )_ hour, $70 Half of our student scored
pm ot 376-5264 (c-3t-97-p_ _) (o-2t-101-p) Poncho's, Backpacks, Pock W-fromet, over 600. Course repeatable free 70 pt JOEL R. BRIDGES II
MUST SELL NOW 1973 VW Super beetle Tents, Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes, Whit. improvement by the second try or your
HELP WANTEDSmall w-ol stereo FM almost new tttel rod tire '67 Triumph Spitfire Mkll excellent Stag Speedo Bathing, Suit Join Univ: money bock Attend first class free, no .
apartment complex need port- $2395 call Richard after 5pm at 372.5047 mechanical and physical condition Hiking Club. Allen Aquatic t Trod obligation. Call ((305)) 854-7466. (J-flT- REALTOR 40.SW 4th Av.
time mold to clean room: 15-20 hr*. aweek. or 373-9705 (19.5t.I 104p) Newlclutch, tire*, Inspection, etc $1000 Center. 3448 W. Univ. 3739233fr72(| 99-P) Open 7 Dots tI17:00: 377-6700

$2.00 on hour to ttort. Mutt be for tale 72 ford von Insulated carpeted coil lorry 377-5315 (g-3t-100-p)) O____ Dr."
dependobk. call 37389702t101p( ) run good tel'2.7584 Jeff (g-3t.lOO-p) 71 42000 ml march Intp sticker Quality leatherwork never wears out PARENT' EffECTIVENE SS TRAINING will
liebort rvstproofed $1400 or belt offer .It always wear In. At MaSanDu we Thomas Gordon's course begin new
will consider financing! myself call 373- specialize In custom leatherwork class Apr. 8, 7.10 pm 378-5748 after
1 NEED GASH!I BEER 0623 aft.r,4 pm only (3t-100-p) purses, belts, Coati, jackets, sandals, 00pm: (m-7t-101-p) SUPER BIKES, Inc.
travel bags. If It can be mode of leather, Drafting t graphic work-all types.
1jjJ ON. SUNDAY PERSONALBedding we can make it to suit you. MaSanOu, simple-complex, basic-weird B.A. PARTS3776001NORTON
IN V I ,n 1 1131 W University Ave open IOom-6pm Design-reasonable. call Bruce 378-4712

W U''' ''f! 1184 HUBBY'S TACKLE BOX cords Invitations$995 $11 rubber.40 per stamntmagnetic 100business Monday thru Saturday, by appointment! '392.7889leov.message (m.2t-101-p)
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I Sundays evenings 373-747Q,. q so- ,
AW HUY )tl TRAOf 1BI.1 South of Ught' signs, offset printing. Cliff Hoi typing IBM Correctable Selectric II Mary
Printing' 1103 N Main (J-F R.58-C) facial hair removed permanently after 4 372.1728 (m-5t-98-p) MOTO-GUZZI
a ,H WHfN YOU NFro IT '
Ncwberry Fla
._ HELP FIGHT COTTON -TAIll? join Call Edmund Dwyerelectrologlst typing quick and neat reasonable 376- I (and most other
( gymnosl we now have special quarterlyrotes over 20 years experience.Coi372 2269 Marcia (m-5t-98-p)
| 039 (J-FR-01 I.c) brands)
colt 373-1407 or write pa box Wont something different Custom
1 yROID TIME ATMasPN 12541 city, 32604 (|-3t-100-p)_ ..Term.Popera'anodo'' largest Service.For mode cloth., repairs, alterations very ...
Y catalogue send$2 to: Essay Services, 51.90-
Helplt got on. class for spring reasonable. Marcia 3762269. (m-
C E RF registration If you may drop either psy- 57 Spading Avenue Suite 208, Toronto, p) f
409: NO 7298, psy-320 NO. 7288, or fh- Ont. Canada Also, campus representatives
nsP.N.d 1Sre.r.tn..v4wn. 1.1btiMJM u m ..4 p''T.BAwtv 104 NO 4086 please call ken at 378-9835 required. Please write ((-351.70- Typing Service Full time experienced
l h'k.db4 (I I-2MOI) P) typists.any material. Fast and accurate

PICKIN AND GRINNIN PARTY: If,you ore pregnant and need help, we Delivery. IBM Selectric. Call 462.2739 See Kobrt Brute lump
tJr'BLJtr + bluegrass, blues, ballad Bring your core Coll Birthright. 3774947ot93p(| ) ( )
is w'wtIb 't1t4N.i tt wtpi.mri cbN l1t 30 MOTORCYCLES
fiddle, banjo, guitar. All welcome 8:00
tonight, Center for United Ministries, LOST & FOUNDlost TYPING SERVICE 10 year experience, Sunday, Mar. 16 2 PMSERVICE3770722
1402 W Universitylt101p(| ) mole cot black medium long hair 373-8923 (M-4T-99-P)

T the Sisters' and Pledges of Zeta Tau lost In french quarter area REWARD call WRITING-RESEARCH
Alpha. Thank You Very Much! love, 373-4091 (l-3t-100-p) Need help? Professional writer-
Tom. (j-II-101-p) lost ladies brown alligator wallet near researcher-no project too big or small AM-6PM.

happy birthday to the sweetest. girl I Mcdonalds fridoy large reword need Id's term paper to doctoral theses 7 DAYS A WEEK
know 22 yr*old and getting better all the obso. No questions! call 377-9646 (l-3t- reasonable rates toll 378-5520
1017W.UnIt.rli) time love yo much' Tom ((1.1| t.1 0'op) I Io4))_ (m-7t-96-p) :3441 S.W, ARCHER R.D.

take o break from your studies this REWARDI) for short tailoredgoldsuede
weekend, come out to GYMNOS just 20 woman's jacket-lost 3wks ago, peabody r-------
min. from campus. :J13.1407 or po box or 'leighhat( ) 1 button. coil bev 377- r-------c ,
8816 soon, PlEASE (l.31.99.PI) .
12541 city, 32604 (j h2t-10l-p) ,
found: Silver RING on Univ. Golf Course I ELECTRONIC ENGINE IiI I
ted bare: 6 months hat been o fantastic -
; e Call (work) 392-1,.. or (home) ,:376-.
0 appetizer, but now left, have the ANALYSIS WITHEACH II I
3670 Identify ((1-21-101-nct
main co", ... You're my dessertl I love iI 1
you always,Castro. love, Bobs ((-lt-101- "Will TYPE All YOUR REPORTS, I TUNE-UP I
p)_ I 192) N. MAIN ST. PHONE 9728247Get I
To 104 Whore Corps A twenty It our y"iI Out" [I_o ftc.,i. m.-;3S H or{1ft Sod. n fi: .-----.-----.w--..:.---- -- -- .
5 model.'. Why not call u*at 392-
r'ee economy 10..: large male husky dog, near nw
I 9200 and inquire about the whopper, 53rd ove. no collar, name imo", coli(12t"OIp r
takes two hands to handl.1.,0'(j ) 373-4860 ( )

Summer cemp In Vermont Hiking,
swimming, gardens, form animals, work SKYJSS
projects square dancing. Simple
It lifestyle, Quaker leadership Boys, girls "Thety-glass Super Man"UNIVERSITY
917. Form end wilderness Foundation. OPTICIANS"
For local Info call jerry thompson 377- 300 SW,.hA"e. 384480M5053C ( Free
3057 (( ) .
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SAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON If Interested In baby sitting co-op? Need
0 NOW OPIN, Specializing In English hew medical referral? Call u* for any
cutting blow) waving for mo In' look question The Married Student Servk.. CoffeeAtKrystcd
Uti""' .. Drop by Colonial Plaza/ 716 W. Center 3774125 fm-1t40hat '
Univ./ A".. 377-2o43 (ft h50t53prTHERE'S ). .

learn self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald G. .
Prott-Certlfled AAIH (m 401.84p)
f Basic Scuba Course Advanced
registration for spring quarter April 6.All
S5 CAMS TV equipment provided. Including mask,
1 W SPECIAL Z fins, snorkel, DC. full wetswrt, tank, With Any
sea IoMI regulator oil air, textbook and International

OLD MIL 51 :;; 1 channel TV ,Channel U" New'*. *.A New wtitner VorllStoell extra Cost certification.$35 Cell Scuba Absolutely Dynamic. no

ens SIX PACK exchange,>FM stations on 373-3069 (m-Ot-94-p)
TV Channel and t PM and 4 AM. Dive the Dry Tortwgos for spring brook Purchase
.PLUS TAX = ttatlen on the PM band.TMVttONCAeUCO.INC. Transportation by seaplane from Key
m UNMISI1Y an West Survival diving/ trip for five days
Hours 11 AM.-2P.M.. A Include full scuba equipment. Camp ot
historical Fort Jefferson. IMS.00 for
423 NW 13th St. & 5th Ave. .LJ 132 N.MAIN ST. certified divert or $150.00 for non-

certified and trip Includes full cer.tlfkotion. During
.Call Scuba Dynamics 373-5069

,MCAT Medical College Admission Test
tOMi I. special compact review course In Miami ItburExamVfeek.
March 23-29 Stanley Kaplan Educational
Center local 392-9429 to enroll call
collect ((303) ,9328 (m-7t-96.P) _.

passports resume, and application
natural sytle portrait. 377-0797 Comoro
Works of Art'o work studio. 1219 W. Univ.Ave (m-. >>. .
: 91-p) .

Typing.Any material. IBM carbon ribbon
Selectric.75.-poge double. spaced Call
373-5572 (M- T-93-P)

by"'Q. For oil repair on American and Imparted
autos,tee Bill and Mike ot 2223 NW 6th
St., or call 3769479. Do yourself a
fovorllm-5t-97-p( ) ,

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Pog 22. Thursday,March 15,1975LadyGatorswimmers are coming .


ready: Alligator' Sports Writer

The"' "Gat6f"\'restlin' team, 'vhjch .c extended: its undefeated -
duel meet streak to 33 and captured'the SEC

for championship challenge championship past laurels. meet two weeks ago is.not about to rest on

tl Now UF is going'to take on the Russians April 4 in
J |j TEMPE ARIZ.-The University of Florida women's. Accordingjo their coach Sue Halfacre, the Lady Gators are Jacksonville.THE .
J ( swimming team matches talent with the best in the country in ready tor the challenge-but are scared. "Apprehensive is a. RUSSIANS are currently on a tour of the states
\( the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women nicer word,but scared is the truth!"said the coa h. where they will compete against teams, including UF
(MAW) Swimming and Diving Championships Thursday OF TilE EIGHT swimmers representing the Lady Gators which was recently signed tor the match.
(( through Saturday. five are freshman, and one of,the two divers is a freshman. Gator coach Gary Schneider, who is now in New York
, "We've done really well this season," said Halfacre. "But watching the state finals there, was delighted when in
I suddenly the national championships are here and it's a formed the Gators were going to wrestle the Russians.
.. Mh A A different story entirely." After he received a phone call from Don Curtis,
, NCAA crow'ngoal Halfacre, who tor the first time will not be swimming'but promoter of the event, the first year coach exclaimed,
, coaching only, confidently said that she expects the Gators to "This is great, these are the kinds of things that build up
do well. wrestling in the South."
of grapplersGator "IT WOULD BE thoroughly unrealistic of me to expect SCHNEIDER, BESIDES watching the N.Y state finals
first place, though" said the nursing major coach. looking for possible recruits, will travel to Princeton, N.J.
"When you consider the tremendous talent and strength of where he will coach Gator grapplers Tim Granowitz 142
matmen Tim Granowitz and Henry Jackson, the Arizona StateASU( )and University of Miami teams I don't and Henry Jackson 190 in the NCAA nationals starting
1} begin their quests of national titles when preliminary think we'd be being very honest with ourselves to expect to Thursday.The .
rounds start in PrincetonN.J. today. walk away with this championship." team representing the U.S. against the Russianswill
The two grapplers won the individual SEC championship Individually, Halfacre expects Gainesville's Bonnie Broylesto not be the entire Gator team, but will consist of six
two weeks qualifying them for the national meet. pace the Lady Gators. Gators in the 10 weight classes.
THEY IIAD relatively little trouble in taking their BROYLES, A FRESHMAN, has already turned 'in the Two other places will be filled by Jim and Joe Carr SEC
weight classes in the SEC's although Jackson's final matchwas fastest 100 backstroke qualifying time of 59.1. In the 50 back champs V from Kentucky.
a 3-2 decision. Broyles set the AIAW record of 27.8 at the SEC meet two Members from UF will include; Bob Roberts 114.5,
Both wrestlers, who captained the Gators this season weeks ago. Broyles broke her own 28.1 record which she had Granowitz 136.5 Dan Lubell 149.5, Jeff Davis 180.5
have been plagued by nagging injuries. set swimmming against FSU earlier this season. Henry Jackson 193, and Mark Totten unlimited.The .
Jackson has had problems with his ankle, and Diane Soden another freshman, "is really ready to go," meet will be freestyle and will consist of three
' resprained it during the SEC's and Granowitz missed a according to her coach. Soden from Bloomfield, N.J., will periods, each three minutes in length.
month of competition with a knee injury. swim the 100 butterfly and .200 individual medley for the Florida has two divers in the competition. Marti Davies, a
JACKSON SAID Monday, his ankle feels pretty good Gators. sophomore is representing the Gators for the second time at
now because of the two week rest. Besides individual performances Halfacre expects a good nationals and Halfacre expects the prior experience to make a
But,Granowitz reinjured his knee in practice this week, showing in the relays. difference in a high finish for Davies.
and said Monday, "Its pretty sore and-probably won't be THE LADY GATORS presently own the 400 freestyle relay Lynn Bassett a freshman will be at national competitionfor
I able to get in much practice by Thursday." record of 3:39.15: which they set at the AIAW Championshipsat the first time and the Florida coach has high hopes for her.
This is the second trip to the nationals for both. Penn State last year. Halfacre was a member of the Florida "Lynn has improved so much this year. I really hope that
Granowitz qualified for the NCAA's in 73 and Jackson squad setting that record and the record broken was she can do well in the diving. The experience will be invaluable -
made the journey last year. Florida's own 3:40.20: set at nationals in 1973. ,"V said Halfacre.



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WITH DONNIE By KEITII CANNON kicked rackets, kicked balls the
DUMPTRUCK season against one loss. possible May-on the last
J Alligator Sports Writer and cries of disgust that filled UF managed to win the point ot'a nine-point
\ "Serious" was the word for the air at University Courts. match in the singles taking tiebreaker.
it. After four hours of intense five of the six matches while Diaz beat UNC's Bill Brock
The netters from UF and tennis and mental anguish being swept in doubles.No. b-3 in the first set of their
This is the North Carolina felt that way the Gators beat the North I and No. 2 players match but came from behind
about their match yesterday. Carolina Tar' Heels seventh- Juan Diaz .and Dave Pressly love-30 trailing 5-6 in the set
That was obvious from the rankd in the NCAA last year each won their singles to force a tiebreaker. He took
Greatest in- Dash number of thrown rackets. 5.4 for their eighth victory of matches in the closest the tiebreaker and the match
6-3. 76.
Stereo Cassette In the'No. 2 match Presslywas
behind 3-5 in the first set.
UF tennis team wins : of his match with Joe Garcia,
but he pulled out a 7-5 win.
.1M.A PWNKP4000. Garcia came back in the
second set of his match with
on road vs. DolphinsA Joe Garcia, but he pulled outa
7.5 win. Garcia came back
r in the second set for a 7-6 win.
sweep of the six singles undefeated record in individual Jacksonville Forrest teamed 'The deciding set also wentto
ODPIONEEir matches led the UF men's matches intact with a with Carey Bradburn. They a tiebreaker, and Presslywas
tennis squad to a 7.2 victory ().2, 6-0 whipping of Steve were downed by the Dolphins'Shaw ready. On the ninth and .
In-dash cassette AM/FM/ stereo. against Jacksonville Shaw in No.4 singles. Brown and Fischler 6.1. 63. final point. Pressly served into
University in Jacksonville has won all eight of his the left service court fielded a
Tuesday afternoon.The matches this season. Brown and Stagg of UF sharp ,return by Garcia and
$159.95Remove Gators took two of two Jody Stagg had little dropped their doubles matchto put it out of his opponent'sreach
sets in each of the six singles trouble with the Dolphins'John Mayer and Shapiro in the on the right side for a 7-
your old-fashioned radio and matches. Juan Diaz defeated ,Foote in No. S singles. only match,of the day to go 6 win. .1
three The Jacksonville.
install the Pioneer KP4000. Adjustable to Pip Dankelman 6-1,6-3 in the Stagg won 6-2 '6-0. Jim sets. The junior from Palm
duo 6.3, 6-0.
3-6 '
No. I singles match. In No. 2 won Beach said that these sudden-
fit any car. It plays stereo cassettes, FM Oescher finished up by
stereo and AM. Features fast forward, singles Dave'Pressly took the beating John Foote 6.2; 6-4 in The only' doubles win for death-mini-sets don't bother
first set 6.2, 6.2 against 1U'sMike the No.6'sIngles match. the Gators was taken byKunnen him much. "1 don't mind the
rewind and and
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stop Shapiro. He finished The regular No.I doubles' and' Oescher. They pressure-it's. the 'same for
with 15 watts peak power. him off by the same score in team of Diaz and Pressly sat downed Dankelman and both ;players. It makes it
(he second set. out the doubles competition Foote 6.4 in the first. ,set and better for the fans, though"
RECORDSVILLEGAINESVILLE John Kunnen won his No. 3 as Coach Bill Potter gave his 6.3 in the second. he said.
MALL CENTER singles' match against Rich reserves some playing time. In' For the Gators it was their The Gators final match i
Mayer, taking 6-3 wins in No. 3 doubles; the Gators' second straight win after before exams will be this
both the first and the secondset. Mike Arnau who played his Saturday's loss,to Miami. The afternoon at 2:30 against
RECORDS EQUIPMENT TAPES Chap Brown kept his high school tennis at UF record stands at 71. Florida Tech.

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S find what comes next has sports.IT LOU ]BRANCACCIO Sal. -Service
moved closer to that goal. WAS A HARD and Supplies-lea ;

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mediocracy to 'sit beside the any women's swimming team .
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Kentucky.For .
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FBI investigating reports of point-shaving by the team it was,a time for glory. the sporting world must be Discount prices on guitars,
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and Bob Gottlieb, former coach said two former NCAA champ Tennessee was not reap the glory that male
players were involved. only the beginning that endedin athletes do. Sensible women I Specialist In refinishing,
The FBI confirmed that their organization was an SEC championship. understand that equal renovating and repairing
investigating the university and had been doing so since The wrestlers also paid recognition is still not within I
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