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"You need not pay anyone fee to find a Garrison said the brokers fee of $35 was'
rental in Gainesville" says a sign'in the UP charged to people interested in looking for a
utl'-campus housing office. house because the company allows) landlordsto
Joe Garrison and Joel I Bridges disagree. list their places for free,which he says saves
Garrison is president of United Real Estate the prospective tenants "$40'to $60 on the
Association! : a statewide(corporation with,a rent costs."
branch office in Gainesville that otters house GARRISON EXPLAINED the cost of
hunters a listing. of rentals'available for a $35 listing with a normal real estate agent causes
r'C., ,the rent of the house to be hiked "about 15
THERE IS no guarantee that a person will per.'cent". photo by eric slrin
he able to lind a ,house through Garrison's Garrison said his company's main purpose
company however and the $35 is non' i is to provide ,a large selection available 165 A MONTH WHAT A DEAL:
refunable. ..two bedrooms, o ripped couch and rented
Joel Bridges charges Gainesville home
seekers$30 to use his list of available houses. See 'Age civs.',page twelve)

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Alligator<< Staff Writer. AN ALLIGATOR REPORTER,describing
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For S35 you can look at a list houses ,with two or three bedroom house within the price
I no )guarantee vou'll find a place to live. range $125 to $250, located fairly near
The ads look inviting to a house hunting campus recently went to United Real Estate
student on a low budget a two bedroom and paid the $35 fee to.look at their listings.
house tor $125 a month. a three bedroom for Real estate agent Beverly Wilson told the
SI55 but what United Real Estate reporter her company listed'"90 per cent of
Assocation advertises and what it really has to available places" and told him "I'm sure.we
otter are often two different things. have what you're looking for."
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I reject Cambodian aid planWASHINGTON I

bodia$135.6 million in food and arms aid over the next three but destroyed any possibility that Congress will approve the r Explosions/ / stop
months was rejected 18 to IS Thursday by the House Foreign full $522 million in aid to Cambodia and South Vietnam.
AHairs Committee and a Senate Democratic Caucus voted 38 Before the vote in the House Foreign Affairs Committee
to 5 against the emergency aid request. acting Secretary of State Robert Ingersoll made an emotional airlift again
The White House described President Ford as "deeply appeal for the funds and was told by a committee member"
disappointed" but still hopeful that his aid proposal will be that he was "simply tailing to come to grips with the (taws.
enacted and a State Department spokesman said. "If the The House Committee overturned the compromise (UPl))- I Rebel Gunners blew up an ammunition dump at*
Cambodian government receives this assistance they will still recommended: by its subcommittee: toprovid $135.6 millionover PhnonPenh's airport Thursday setting off hours-long explosions -
down the U.S. airlift 'to the
that shut besieged
have a chance. the next three months contingent on presidential effortsto 1
But the action Thursday by Senate Democrats and a bring about a settlement.Committee. Cambodian capital. Government forces struck back with
napalm and bombing raids in a major new offensive to ease

bill pressure on the airport lifeline.
day / passes In South Vietnam.tank-led Communist troops closed in on
35 miles northwest of Saigon,
two district capitals sending an
:/ Wire Editorcapsule favoring home buyersWASHINGTON estimated panic. 25.000 civilians and militiamen fleeing! ,southwardin

(UPD!) The Senate Finance Committee The Saigon high command said the Communist otlensive-
.. voted tentatively Thursday to forgive up to $2,000 in Income the biggest since 1972-now spread to the Mekong Delta
taxes for those who buy homes between April and December and the government ordered nationwide mobilization placingevery
will seek male between 17 to 43 on military call.
Turlington and to weigh 1975 tax cuts more in favor of families with

more education.funds' children.However the committee turned back an initial attempt to
increase the size of 1974 rebates for upper income levels over
TALLAHASSEE(UPI)- Education Commissioner Ralph those contained in a house-passed tax-cut bill. First Gurney witnessTAMPA
Turlington said today he may go over Gov. Reubin Askew's The( House Bill contains rebates of $100 to $200 for all
head and ask the Legislature for more money for education. taxpayers. The Finance Committee rejected an effort to increase -
Senate Ways and Means Chairman Robert Saunders. D. the maximum rebates to $500. with most of the in. (UPI) The first witness in the bribery-
Gainesville siding,with Askew said however the economic crease going to those earning more than 20000. conspiracy trial of former Sen. Edward Gurney R-Fla,
outlook is so uncertain.the budgets of education and all state The Finance Committt!'!. prodded by Chairman Russell testified Thursday that he was, a willing participant in a
agencies will get hard looks. Long D-La., moved quickly into drafting sessions in an attempt political fund-raising ,scheme for Gurney.The .
"I cannot at this time commit to full support of the to complete a tax-cut bill by this weekend and to have it witness former Federal Housing Authority official
recommendations: dealing with education." Turlington said. through the entire legislative process and to President Ford William Pel ski. said he supplied the names of builders he
In his $2.2 billion state money budget Askew proposed before the Senate begins its Easter recess March 21. thought might be willing to contribute to a political slush
$23.5 million less to school districts than this year.But a All of the committee's decisions were tentative and could be fund for Gurney in exchange for favorable treatment from
transfer of$21 million in federal revenue sharing will partially changed before the committee completes work, probably federal housing agencies.
tillset that.Education. Friday night or Saturday. Pelski. director of the FHA office in Coral Gables from
would get $1.9 billion including federal funds. Once the finance committee completes the bill it goes to Nov.23. 1970.to Dec. 10 1972.was the lead off witness in the
that is about $13 million less than this year and'nearly $500 the.lull Senate and any Senate bill must be reconciled in a 14-day-old trial Gurney-the first U.S. Senator in SO yearsto
million less than Turlington requested. conference committee with the house-passed tax-cut bill. be indicted while in office-and four co-defendants.


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I IFAS loses $' I:5 million in revenueBy I

DEBBIE IBERT According to SUS Vice e'n have to cut our programs somewhere if this 'budget
Alligator Staff Writer: recommendations gave the health ," Tetertiller said. "We need 'to take a hard look at
last year's budget! from $18 can be cut down just in case."
A proposed 1975-76 budget for the Institute,of Food and IFAS was appropriated $1.5 AREAS MOST like to,. be tut are research
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) amounts to $1.5 million less THE COLLEGE OF and 'extension services ,
than last'.yearV: .ixt Reubin Askew's proposal to increase personnel I It Vis still a 'growing college, such as plant disease environmental damage from
productivity in all state agencies by five per cent was put into Vice President for and increasing food production. Extension services
effect by leaving positions in IFAS and the \. Hillis Miller Tefertiller said the recommended new agricultural information to county agents
Health Center unfunded meaning those people left would revenue funds "came as quite a all over Florida.
have larger work loads. The loss of funds "hit research l1er said it was not known exactly where the cuts will
UNFUNDED POSITIONS are left in the budget, but are he said, and will create a serious .
not allocated any funds for salaries. The agency can either programs throughout the state. year the legislature appropriated $27,548.000 in
choose to till the positions and make salary cuts elsewhere or "IT WILL SERIOUSLY affect revenue funds for IFAS. Askew's proposed 1975-76
leave them vacant. state," Tetertiller said., earmarks $26,134,943 for the institute.
Askew's budget would cut 18 positions out of the ,health He said he hoped it would'not be the only agricultural program in the state university
center salary budget Vice President for Health Affairs C.A. leave the 25 positions unfilled. is funded on a separate budget from other UF
Stetson said in an executive meeting Thursday. through deaths and retirements, .

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By JOE MORAN clear up remaining questions 02154"W ,driver. of the gasoline tanker truck that slammed into -
Alligator Staff Writer "I can't." truck, Leo Parker of Perry, was charged with
Whittle said he has received driving after the accident.,
An and saw the truck within two hours of report will be forwarded to State Atty. Arthur
engineering report a statement recounting the
was lit only by dim flashing when it is completed. Lawrence will determine if
events prior to the March I highway crash which left four UF
students dead is being withheld by the Sigma Phi Epsilon Plum would not comment on charges should be filed.
fraternity "for legal reasons" according to fraternity presidentMike

The Plum.statement which is a composite' of the accounts of the Abbott of nurse II
incident made by fraternity members who were in the truck at
the time of the wreck, was compiled voluntarily by the By JOE because the "autopsy results and pathology
fraternity for release to the press. Plum said the statement is Alligator Staff leave the findings inconclusive"
being suppressed on the advice of legal counsel. ANNOUNCEMENT also stated the medical
TilE INVESTIGATIVE engineering report, written by was continuing the investigation in an effort to
Clayton Morrison. UF professor of mechanical engineering,. Joseph Abbott, a former UF the exact cause of death.
was undertaken at the request of fraternity members.In charges of first degree murder in was indicted by. the grand jury after a more ex
addition to the four students" killed, i II i were injured. following a grand jury indictment. investigation.
Kathy Mayer, a fraternity little sister, was taken to Abbott is charged with'the slaying body was discovered Sept. 26 by neighbors who
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital after the accident in critical a 22 year-old nurse 'at Alachua her apartment after not seeing her for several days.
,condition but is now described as ,being in "satisfactory" ABBOTT WAS ARRESTED decomposed body was found lying face down in the
condition according to a hospital spokesman.The the murder, but was released after a of her bedroom, nude from the waist down with her
official Florida Highway Patrol investigation, being Oct. 2.State. tied behind her back.
pursued by Quinton Whittle of the ,Perry Highway Patrol Attorney Eugene who is no longer a student at UF.'was removed
office; is still incomplete pending the results of laboratorytests hearing that the state did not have the.football team during fall quarter for "disciplinary
of the warning lights on the fraternity truck. ,Abbott for the murder. ." but UF? Sports Publicity Director Norm Carlson
. PLUM SAID he would like to "make a big statement" to Whitworth said the exact cause of not say what actions led to his removal.TG.I.F.

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By JANET PARK liscal year, forced the university system to F
Alligator Staff Writer freeze hiring and equipment purchases and to .
return an average of 10 per cent of allocated

expense money. '
Only 48 new (faculty members will be hiredin Therefore the university system operatedon ; y- :
the State University System next year if a total yearly budget of $235 million. The t
Gov. Keubin Askew's budget recommendations governor's recommendations, increase
are accepted by the legislature.The allocations by only $42,000 more than the
bleak hiring picture is a result of a reduced 1974.75 budget.
proposed increase of only ,$42,000 in the FOX'S ANALYSIS indicates the governor's
university system budget over the reduced projections of the number of faculty needed '
1974.75 budget, Dallas Fox, associate next year exceed the number the state can *
director of UF planning and analysis, said afford to fund. F"J
Thursday. The governor's recommendations t
DISTRIBUTED AMONG the nine state acknowledge the need for 4,649 positions but n
universities the $42,000 increase workes out provide funding for 232 fewer than that
to, a nearly stable budget. number
The governor's recommended budget does Although 75 more faculty will be employednext
not included additional funds for a projectedthree year than the current number, proposed ttIr
per cent enrollment increase and a 12 reductions in faculty adjuncts and graduate
per cent annual inflation rate. assistants make the net increase only 48.
"A level budget never put anything out of TilE GOVERNOR asked tor a. three-
existence beiore. It won't represent the end of position reduction in the number of faculty
the university or ot research or graduate adjuncts (Teachers of one course for one
programs," UF,President Robert Q. Marston quarter) and a reduction of 24 graduate
said Thursday.THE tissistantships.
GOVERNOR'S recommendationswere Fox said he is not sure if a proposed tuition
obtained through the Board of Regents increase was figured into the "incidental
office and presented to an executive staff expenses" section of the budget. o eric esMn
meeting Thursday. The regents passed an increase proposal of Window to knowledgeMost
"The board office got the figures from the $14 for lower division credit hours, $15 for
Department ot Administration (which upper division and $20 for graduate studentsthe
their bodies in have reversed the traditional order and
students have
prepared the recommendations) and we got same day Askew released his budget.
them over the phone," Fox said. THE TUITION.INCREASE could budget class and their minds wandering around blend note-taking with sunning at I
Marston said "I 1 did not accept the analysisthis considerably. Fox said. outside some of the time, but these two Peabody Hall.
morning., I don't believe it's based on "These are only the governor's recom
!sufficient information." mendations. The, legislature works with an
He said in two or three weeks the regents entirely difierenct set of numbers to figure Defense clinics offered
!should have their analysis prepared. projections and they could pass something I
LAST YEAR'S appropriations totaled completely different," Fox cautioned.
$241 million before a shortfall in state However, Interim Vice President for
said. The will "basic self-
revenues necessitated a recall of $6.3 million Academic Affairs Dr.- Robert Bryan said the ByJOEMORANAlligator course center on
Staff Writer defense tactics, holds and
from the university system. legislature usually follow's the governor'sbudget : breakaway"
This I recall, in the last seven months of the recommendations "pretty closely." preventative measures, she said.
Free women's self-protection clinics will be THE COURSE, funded from Student
'offered to UF students spring quarter according Government's special requests reserve, will
I Free help available to Martha Varnes University Police begin during the second week of the quarter
Jax Department investigator.The and will be offered in two different locationson
program was presented to the Student campus. Varnes said.
UF employes who earned less than $6,000 Senate by Varnes and Sen. Alyce McAdamdue Beginning summer quarter the course will
....'.-- .. last year can get free help filling out their to an increase in student requests for self- be offered for credit through the Departmentof
r::. : income tax forms. defense information. Physical Education and will be funded by
-----.'- --.---ta--Alpha..Pi.a-l1ationaL.honoraryJ ate.__ THE REQUESTS.WERE sparked by anincrease tuition fees Varnes said
I counting fraternity, will provide the service of sex offenses reported: campus: : Varnes iatcTOIiver haSla ughfleif defense"
Friday night between 7 and 9 in room 51, Varnes said. to students and physical I education instructors
Matherly Hall. Varnes.said the course will be taught by throughout the Southeast.
'. Tax forms will be provided, and employesare Linda Oliver, a physical education instructorat Oliver gave a self-defense demonstration in
asked to bring their W-2 forms and any Columbia County High School in Lake University Auditorium in October 1973.
other tax information.The City.Oliver's Varnes said the course is geared toward the
fraternity will hold two more help instruction will focus on protective needs of female students, but male students
sessions spring quarter on April 4 and II. skills but will not be judo or karate Varnes will not be denied admittance to the elas.I %

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President evaluation bill approved 1


By DEBBIE IBERT university system immediately. Hodes said he wasn't sure if continue to serve at the pleasure of the board and that the
.. ,Alligator Writer the "fivc'jearterm..would begin.at,the date. of. the bill's chancellor' university !system should be included in the
A House Education Subcommittee has passed a bill that enactment, or with the president's inauguration periodic evaluations.
would make university presidents subject to evaluation by the Hodes said the bill ran into some opposition from regents at Chancellor-desi natC' E.T. York also disagreed with the
Board of 'Regents every five years. the subcommitte hearing, because the regents staff was. legislature's making tenure for presidents mandatory
*But State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz and proposing a rule change with similar effects., "As with President Marston.'there's no problem granting
Chancellor-designate E.f. York object to the bill because they "THEIR RULE CHANGE i is no change at all. it's a lot of tenure 99.9 per cent of the time." York said. "But it"is a
said it takes away the regents' discretionary powers to grant verbiage," Hodes said Wednesday. "It left out the tenure matter of departmental choice and the legislature should not
presidential tenure and to' remove presidents from office. requirement, and while they're saying it's a five-year contract. intervene."
REGENTS STAFF members are also preparing a similar the president still remains at the pleasure of the board (or YORK.SAID HE AGREED with the bill in principle but
measure that would include.the university system chancellorin regents)." "the, legislature should not enact a law when the regents have
the periodic evaluations. Chancellor Robert Mautz objected to Hodes' bill because already addressed themselves to the problem" by initiating a
The bill, by House Education Committee chairman Dr. "the legislature should not be intervening in matters of this rule change. .
Richard Modes D-Tampa ditTers from the regents proposedrule type." The plan, which Mautz. introduced more than a year and a
change in that it offers the presidents automatic (faculty The matter of tenure for university presidents is a half.ago gives both the president and the regents "the op-
tenure, even if their contracts are not renewed. departmental concern, he said. portunity to sit down and discuss the performance and ex-
The bill also states that during their five-year term, "Regents professorships (tenure for presidents) should beat pectations" of the president chancellor.
presidents may only be dismissed tor "cause" a significantreason the regents discretion, not given out automatically" Mautz Mautz said he could see the benefits of the plan from his
and not at the pleasure of the regents as it stands'now, continued. own experience. "You always wonder what your bosses thinkof
Another point in the bill allows university presidents to HE ALSO SAID he believed university presidents should the work you're doing."
indicate their availability iorrehiring at the end of the five-

year THAT term.WAY,_if the president wants to quit, or knows the Possible discrimination found I
regents are going to lire him, "he can make it an easier and
more graceful exit lor everyone by saying he's not available,"
Hodes said. ByTERRISALT number of women that should be employed at UF, taking into
UF President Robert Q. Marston called the evaluation idea Alligator S (Writer consideration the availability of qualified people and how UF
"a needed opportunity for presidents and regents to have compares with other universities, she said.
open and frank discussions without embarrassment about AS OF OCT. 30, 1974, women filled 292 of 2,255 faculty
continuation of the president's term." Gainesville lawyer Judith Brown said Thursday UF may be positions, or 12.9 per cent.
Marston said he had already discussed with regents in violation of the 1964 Civil Rights Act which prohibits Brown said she believes this number is too low
Chairman Marshall Criser and Mautz "my desire to have a employment discrimination because of race or sex. Women fill 24 per cent of interim positions.The difference
review at !some appropriate time live or six years in Brown is investigating the "disproportionate number" of between this figure and the 12.9 is sijtnilicant.'Brown said.
conditions comfortable to myself and the regents." UF women faculty members terminated."I She explained, "in recent years the threat of discontinued
THE PRESIDENT said he was surprised, however, at a BELIEVE the university acted illegally in this termination federal funding caused a rush to hire women."
point in Hodes' bill which states university presidents can onlybe ." she said. HOWEVER, THESE women were hired to till low rank
removed from office for "cause" and not at the regents' Brown is carrying on the investigation for her client a positions with little job security.The .
pleasure. terminated UF professor who is considering filing suit. 19 faculty members terminated were filling interim
"I. can't imagine a board without the power to remove an However. Brown will not reveal her client's name. positions. Five of these or 26 per cent, are women.
individual lor the good of the university." Brown said she believes UF has violated Title VII of the' Robert Bryan, UF interim vice president for academic
Hodes said his bill will give president more stature and job anti-discriminatory act. affairs, said that considering the large number interim
security by granting them automatic tenure. But it will also Basing! her arguments on three points Brown said she positions filled by women the percentage terminated "is not
"create accountability" for the official by making him believes: surprising but regrettable."
subject to a periodical evaluation of the job he's doing. the percentage of women faculty members is illegally low HOWEVER,BROWN said more women should have been
l 1 he review is left open to the regents, but should include the percentage of women in .interim appointments is hired in regular postions rather than interim ones.
input from the faculty and student body Hodes said. illegally low Furthermore since UF is trying to put affirmative action
AN EDUCATION subcommittee passed Hodes' bill 5-2 the percentage of women terminated is illegally high into effect, the percentage of women terminated should be
two days ago and the representative expects it to come before Brown explained a Title VII l case would examine UF as a even lower to correct previous descrimination she said.
the full committee within a month.If hole and not concentrate on a particular case. "When you're trying to have affirmative action, women
passed, the bill would affect all presidents in the A court could establish reasonable standards for the shouldn't be the first ones tired," Brown said. .





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I' Pathos and pettiness : human side of bigotry 1

Post wrotea lonely tight? Why did he choose to fighf in the first
Our drawers at this time of year are filled with William Raspberry of the Washington
unfinished business: unread reports unexplored piece about his case last October, the Sun place, rather than skulk away quiet as the administration .
he would
rumors projects ,that never.:.got from enthusiastic remained mum. likely thought ?
scribble to newsprint. They stare back at us and Very odd, indeed, because Blye's involvement in We do not know epough about the facts of his
seem to. laugh making 'spring cleaning a UF and the Gainesville community is the key to case to render judgment on the validity of the
frustrating and disappointing experience.But the human side of his story. charges made against him. Blye's lawyer has
of all of local civil rights blocked our access to the transcript of his hearing.
these loose ends there is one we wish He was at the vanguard
was tied up more than all the others. It is the one activism'at a time when the Sun was still 'referring Nor are we convinced of the validity of his
that has bothered us the most and so it is,the one to him as "a 23-year-old Negro" seeking ad- charges of racism against UF.
we choose to write about on this last day of the mission to the university that put this town on the We do believe that if ,the charges against him
quarter. map.It were of heterosexual nature, and if they had been
Three years after he was called to a tense high- seems likely that Blye's virtual abandonmentby brought by black students his case would have
level meeting in Tigert Hall and fired the case of the local liberal establishment, the people been handled differently by the UF President who
former UF professor Councille Blye is still especially the Sun that helped turn this county as a Florida Supreme Court justice, voted againstadmitting
unresolved. around on the race issue in the sixties is due in blacks to UF.
Granted it is in court. But even when it is finally large part by uneasiness over his openly declared And '\\." are certain that Councille Blye is a
disposed of in court likely years away the homosexuality.The human being who has suffered enormously
deeper subtler questions surrounding the case courage that went into his declaration is because of bigotry, both racial and moral in the
may never be answered. And they are questions also important to understanding the human side community where he was born and lives.
which go to the heart to metaphysics, of the of his story. And it was probably the under- And we certain that Councille Blye loves UFo as
relationship between a town called Gainesville and estimation of that courage that prompted UF's a student and a teacher. It is a love that held
its university. decision to fire him. strong even as he sat in protest in UF President I J.
Because amid pathos and pettiness a black At one time when Blye was a teacher in a local Wayne Reitz's office, even when he had to
homosexual named Councille Blye is fighting for public school he kept his sexual preference a befriend librarian to be allowed to check books
so much more than just his job. secret. Then, when one of his columns in the Sun out, that holds strong even now.
On March 15, 1972, the big guns of then-UF provoked the ire of a school officials, an investigation And in the same way that he pricked the
President Stephen C. O'Connell's administration was initiated which uncovered a conscience of his community by challenging racial
decided to execute their response to charges made homosexual-related misdeameanor arrest years bigotry at the registrar's door, he continues t to
against Blye by three white male students, including back in New York. A rule about fingerprinting challenge moral bigotry, at incalculable expense U
a prominent football players and a teachers was suddenly dreamed up and rather himself.It .
mediocre one. The students who had been than be forced out of the closet Blye resigned.So is too bad the rest of Gainesville gave up while
enrolled and doing poorly in Blye's Comprehensive why, now, does Councille Blye carry on his only half way there.
English course, claimed he made homosexual
advances toward them on separate occasions in his
Blye was read the charges' but not the
statements of the students who made them. He
was asked to resign. He denied the charges,
refused to resign and left.
Shortly afterward a letter of termination was
placed in his office, bearing the signature of
Robert Bryan, now interim vice president for
academic affairs but then associate vice president.Two .
other administrators at the meeting refusedto
sign the letter.A .
subsequent secret hearing by a University fts. l
Senate committee found Blye guilty of improper x
conduct with one of the students. But the com-
mittee also found Blye had been dismissed im-
properly, and recommended he be kept on the
payroll in a non-teaching capacity for the s. rY11a4tDAq ;
remainder of his contract. O'Connell denied the
recommendation.Since .
then Blye demanded and got an investigation -
by the U.S. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare into his charges 'that he
was tired because of racism. Jt was a shallow
report tilled with errors of fact, and so far Blye has ; I ') '
only received lip service from Washington in '
response to his request for a more thorough in- a
vestigation.And we NEEDAIDl" "PRECISELY!*

last quarter he tiled suit against UF and '
the Board of Regents, having tten only a cheap'
payoff offer from UF President Robert Q. Marstonin The Independent'David Smith Terri WoodEditorinchief
response to his request to reopen the case. Editor
The list of Blye's character witnesses at his Florida Alligator Managing
hearing reads like a Who's Who of Gainesville, the '
cream of the establishment crop of UF; and the All all a tWltC&H;
American City including a former mayor. EJ2 David Klein Donna Brugman Brian Jontt
But oddly, you never read a thing about all this News Editor layout.fdtor, Layout Editor
until The Alligator belatedly began telling the R.A"Tony" Kendzior........ .......... ............... ......... .....General;
James V.Cook ........ ... ............ ...... .............:.AssIstantGen.rol Manager
story a year ago. Mrs.Evelyn BestAcevHarcer ... .... .. ....................................Adminltrotlv.Attl,! 1 Manager!! Published by
The Gainesville Sun has not written a word AnneMalphurs'.... .................... .... ..ti.....1..............:...'..... an, CampuiCommunications.Inc.C. [ .
about Blye's firing, his charges against UF, or even .Roy Shipp .,.... .!..,.....,..........,.1.,...........................Bu'ln..Manag.r Bookkeep.r
Tom MacNamara..... .. .... .'.. .... ........r;...... .....;............... P.O. Box 13266 University
his lawsuit, even though Blye has been a Ray McO..Jr. .. .!.... .. .. .. ....,......... ....... .............. Accountant Station, Gainesville. Florida with
prominent figure in the news since the 1950's when Donna Lubrano.!. .... .... .... .. ,,,... .....*.Adv.rtIsing rti Manag.r offices .hthe. College Inn.
he was the first black to apply to UF. He was also ........;....'... ......................','. ..;..Special v Sections e Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue.
,Lynda Homier.. ...,... ........ .. .." .... ,.....'. ...,. Coordinator Business Off Ice phone: 376-4446,
t Advertising
guest columnist for the Sun for two year Diana Snyder .... .. .. .............',...... .....t.........editorial Production Manag.r Editorial Department; 376-4458.
Even after nationally-syndicated columnist Lynn Solder ... .........' ... ... '. ..... ....Edltnrlal Ruction Manager Advertising and oduCtio.
JanIce Work....... ". . . .\.'. Circulation 4 Pgod.C.C'luified; ctionManager Man ger Departments: 37 -.u82.




The Independent Florida Alligator, Friday March 14,1975" Page 7

. Students' gored time for action I

Our collective ox, students, has been severely gored.In FEW facts and !several theories:
case the reader has lived under a rock during'the last I ) The job market. for colle e.ltradua, ',,personne, I has. J 1"'' RICHARD '

clays, these are the grisly details: fees per credit hour in so many: areas that U:I great number of bac
the BOWS new tuition plan will amount to $14 for und grad. school alumni have been unable to find UR'KIIOLDERSTAFF
division courses, MS lor upper division courses S20 'for in their, chosen'' fields. The rationale that could
level courses and S22 for thesis and dissertation hours. this is: why should w e train thousands more to Till COLUMNIST
IT HAS been widely projected that this new openings that just aren't there? '
scheme will cast many impoverished, deserving ) Cutbacks have occured in all phases of the national and
students'out onto the pavement the regents' new economies from ecology to defense and one may
aid fund (erected alongside these other'tu tion boosts) be impelled to wonder why education should function as !science.
withstanding. cow in th midst of this trimming. ht times folks. At least this my impression based upon the extensive
Couple these increases with Gov. Askew'! plan to ) Higher education is not one of the basic necessities of journalistic space devoted to examining the "serious studentof
State University System fiscaloutlays by $6 million from One doesn't need a college degree to feed one's family or thcseventies"who eyes college as a means to a hi paying
year's budget and the average college student Is apt to clothes on one's back (although admittedly a degree career:
he's been the victim of a royal screwing help). As far as that goes, other social welfare needs are
Naturally there are other sides to the issue of tuition in-
Which because of inflation tight money and a pressing at this moment such as employment and
creases. For example the tuition hikes are, hopefully at-
he has.
economy But this is bullet-biting time for all of us, so why care.ABOVE points are predicated on the notion that the tempts to cope with a short-run national economic problem.

toilette students be exempted? of students who attend this university are here in MEANWHILE THE quality of university education will

of nailing career occupations and not just to "enlighten sutler; college'students, prospective and otherwise, will suffer;
own personal horizons" and the already-overburdened, in both teaching and
it may also be understandable why there has been a research endeavors will suffer. Yet they will all likely. do so
Tolin apology in the student interest generated by the now- most acutely over'the short term.
dead-end pursuits like humanities and social
However, in the long haul the tuition, boosts could be a bit

EDITOR In a recent what it was.However .... more insidious. '

letter to the Alligator, I Ms. I The Independent We've all seen that TV' ad'which states "a mind is a terrible

questioned the legitimacy of !suspect, hopes to be thing to waste:* Well,because of sport team inadequacies a lot
the' candidacy of Ms Alyce by and tor women Florida AlligatorDoug of otherwise useful intellects ,for:sOciety will probably
McAdam for the office of students as a whole, l locked:into jobs,below their'comfortable cranial capacities.This .
president of the student body.In Mr. Merryday and the Dial Ron Cunningham perhaps is the real crime: of higher education's
that letter I I''made ,I PACr party were Ent.rtoinm.ntEditor Auociot Editor current, 'walloping.
reference to past president and for the Greek'

Tyrie Boyer and, president munity. not by students George Kochamtc Jr. SO UNTIL times get, rosier, pockets get palmier ,and
Steve Merryday in this whole. These are Photo Editor advanced education once more becomes a hallowed ideal one

manner: interests.SO Grtgforrtr Midi K.moo better if one cares try the picket lines write one's senator, or
THE STUDENTS of. the' TO straighten out resort:to some other expedient.
Editor Ant. News Editor
U).of F ar, sick and tired of ideas, in my previous Sport
And realize that while one's efforts in these directions
!special-inte!*-oriented during a time of much
presidents.' Boyer. Merryday. SG reform we see probably will not change the general course of things, one's
and N.O.W. Where will it Merryday.. :and. protest just might yield small financial shards as well as a
end?" ,Also: of whom impress me as degree of personal satisfaction.
"The last thing the U of F quo types' as : Tolin response.
student body needs is another with respect to the

!status quo type, anotherspecialinterestoriented of Student Government.
Ms. McAdam. In response to the March I 11 I letter of Rick Tolin Get involved
blatantly unqualified being dedicated to the that Alyce McAdam withdraw: her candidacy for
president. ferment 'of the woman's Body President. Mr. Tolin has given several con

I, (feel that it is incumbent in society (nothing'wrong "
upon me to apologize to Mr. that),, could not represent points out that Alyce McAdams said "they" instead of EDITOR, Wednesday's political action to work in
student So what? He conference with Dr. Marstonwas Tallahassee need to
Boyer and to Mr., Merryday student body as a whole when referring to the body. says we
for implying that they were to her extreme represents special interest, namely the N.O.W. He failed only the beginning of a ''develop'a power base here in
"blatantly unqualified." This her Muse.' point out her quote that she will work for all the students.He concerted: effort by the Gainesville where the

opinion is based upon no The last thing) the U talks about apathy in Student Body elections yet. seeks University of Florida' com- students are the majority.If .
tacts.( There is also !some, student! body needs is discourage and even eliminate persons who' are willing to munity to combat the attackson you are interested in
quvstion as to whether Mr. M Adam. a status ) involved.He our education.For assisting yourself in this
timer represented some special interest says she does not have qualifications for the office of all the students who are !struggle to begin next quarter
McADam has had tired of and call J78.706.Dennis( )
special interest I was a blatantly unqualified Body President. Alyce experience paying more please
raduattng high school 'hen' i Li.tatc.! setting up and running programs and she is willing to serve. getting) less there is, or .173-4053 and leave your
ivlr.' Boxer was elected, !so it he Mr. Tolin goes on to say the last thing we need is a special !something you can do. name and number.
did represent a special in* Rick oriented President. suggest the last thing we need is Many courses of action
lerest. I really do not know to ,students willing! to give of themselves for the were suggested at the Plaza. Dennis Fear 4EG
of our university.If ">uch as writing fetters, calling David Siegel3AS
you don't want Alyce McAdam as Student Body your representatives etc. etc. Stanley Heymann 3AS
vote 'for someone else but, don't seek to eliminate However: in order for any Steve Siegel 3AS
Norfolk's view Irom. the race.
Frank Verdel

EDITOR:: 'UtUl Hatch's,column "The 'town and 3JM Note of thanks

\\ndromc." in the,March I 11 I edition presented an image .
people-of Norfolk Virginia, which patently untrue. thanks UF
lormcr Norfolkians. we feel qualified to question Mr. mson EDITOR I am writing this letter to thank all those who
sieves i of Norfolk as being "totally dependent on the Na\' aided us In' our difficult ,time last week.
its sunhaU" students As most ,know, four of our brothers were killed in a
Obiiously Mr. Hatch. has not been to Norfolk traffic accident while participating in a Run-a-Thon for
True I the Na\>' has played' a. large. part in the de> the Heart Fund. One of our Little Sisters..Kathy Mayer

the city, but, Norfolk' has become a major commerical EDITOR Speaking. lor Games: cake walks rides, was critically injured after the accident but I am happy to'
and a' cultural ,and financial center for the 400 volunteers in musicians clowns and a I fire report that she is! fully conscious and is doing fine.
tidewater. area. tar, l.ateek ,was a tough time tor our fraternity but 'we, .
the engine are planned so ,
he \M ON. we applaud
of Mr. Hatch's sign, which
We have never ; of the UF recreation But the Sunland residentswant were comforted by 'the concern showed by fraternities,
mitted was. onl"alledgedly"I at the City Hall than that. Much sororities and ,other members of"the 'University com
held the more
who car-
sailors with dogs, and neither has the city editor of \1 at Sunland 'training more, The\I would like a. lot oft'F munity. The flowers cards and donations to the Heart
sentiments \
Virginian-Pilot. If hc sign did exist the lasteek.. The I I students to enjoy the Fund showed a genuine concern for us. It is impossible to
definitely: not held In most presentdaNorlolki..ns.of idents at Sunland 'look carnival with them. I.atear thank everyone individually who has expressed sympathy
As one. indk uitn'of the p"sithe attitude about 1.200 residents came. to and concern lor UAI1 of us greatly appreciate your ef,
their n16mfriends
the to
need 'nly''bstne '
ice :
.citizens: tow arden 'ple.onl forts.It .
the, outdoor carnhal. ,\ lot ot'tud
I'F: who regular! skit the
number.: ol military, personnel, who hale chosen: to at N.E. Ibth A\e. and nt'oluntren'to be with ironic that these men died .in fighting "America's

Norfolk.We1' Norfolk and I ,'adnd the\' e them will insure a'iot of fun.I Number One Killer".' All of us.can carry on ,the spirit of
",," suggest, that Mr. Hatchisii \ nt" I Ihink :about I it and call' theNAM these men'shared in their efforts. Please contribute to the
their !
m.ldein his i h 1 ) n forward\ to \ '
has been :
,hiJi1\e1t'lhe: progress, that l too. SAMSO is SON "IIi.l IIi 392-lr Heart Fund and help, u' larger brotherhood, the

was gathered.: \'.planning for their aiiiiuai il ,,,,"'d like: to help. Brotherhood of Man.
Michael K, Plum 4JM
Bcnjte Solomon 1JMSAMSON
\I.m U. FriedberZ) md Carni\al. to be held President Ph
Barbara U. F iedberZ) ) Ma\t "'., .. 6 ,Epsilon. .

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Lee Henderson To Address Chamber Perform Here, Picture ID's' Required Withheld Degrees In To Some Be 1 l

CothmencementMarch., : 22,.. State Capitol I To Check Out Records HonorCourt CasesThe

::5 University of Florida Chamber Students
desiring to
The kick *their* annual Spring c card with a picture, *Interim see their academic! records must Present an identification following statement is Jointly
Dr. Lee Henderson, director of the Sciences in 1973.Distinguished S5K a Sunday at 7:30: p.m. told d deans this[ week Vice-President( for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan issued by Robert J. Denson, Director of
Florida Department of Education com- Alumnus awards will be T uSversity Lutheran Church, 1826 The
It: U Uw. new procedure was Student Judicial Affairs, and Robert
munity college division, will be speakerfor presented to Bunnie Othanel Smith, a the University Ave. was able to into a established when a student reported to Bryan that he Harris, Chancellor of the Honor Court:
University of Florida winter com- University professor of education at the Universityof t tv Under the direction of Willis Bodine, students TsiniDlv by department?r on camPus and
mencement Saturday, March 22, begin South Florida, and Travis Loften, who v 24 singers will spend eight days "on giving the names of the students. There has been a Joint investigation by

ning at 10 a.m. in Florida Gymnasium. retired from the University as chairmanof r. 5 the road.' ," beginning with a performance the Honor Court and the Office of Student
On the Board of Directors of the Digest the, Department of Agricultural and the ,March 20, in the FSU Catholic Judicial Affairs of graduating seniors
American Association of Community and Extension Education last December. thursdaY
Student Center in Tallahassee. whose names have been associated with
Junior Colleges, Henderson holds three Produced' On Friday, March 21, the Chamber Spring Break Ahead ; the cheating situation. The objective has
degrees from UF, including a PhD in by t tt Dhtoo ofhformttttm/ / : 4 College of Law will perform at noon !in theCapitol been to determine the validity and extentof
education administration.An h6lI Lions.Service*to commuit..,.. Singers Rotunda in Tallahassee in an the evidence against the accused
honorary Doctor of Letters degree tore official f f l HOfleel& Importfnt.. Ceremonies for 46 law candidates will format to
Sonnal walk through" open Schedules students. The University will withhold
information,( ".. to students faculty Attan in the auditorium of the Are ListedWinter
will be presented in absentia to Dr. Ants be held at 10 a.m. of the UF community whoJan degrees in those cases where the Honor
/ tl'the'' i Lnivemty' of[Florid Members
Oras, an English professor at the Holland Law Center, March 22.
to be the state capital that day are Court and the Office of Student Judicial
University from 1949-72. Oras, who fled attorney Richard Pettigrew will speak.
attend. Affairs have determined that there is
German-occupied Estonia in 1943, has Law candidates are to meet in caps and encouraged to quarter classes end today. closed March 23, and open 7:30: a.m. to
will sing in Pensacola, Final examinations evidence that the student was involved.No .
had an international career in literary fessor of philosophy and sociology at gowns at9 9 a.m. in the Law Library. Caps The Singers Mobile and begin Saturday and 4:30: p.m. March 24-26. It will extend its individual will be to
DR. LEE HENDERSON Baton Rouge. continue permitted
criticism, translation and linguistics Northwestern, will receive an honorary and gowns may be picked up mornings, New Orleans, Gainesville through March 21. A week-long closing time to 7 p.m. March 27.: March graduate this who the
Community College Director returning to on break in classes quarter through
spanning nearly 50 years. Doctor of Science degree. Campbell was Monday, March 17, through Thursday, Montgomery, 27. Comprised pri- follows March 22-30. 28-29, its opening time moves back to joint investigation of the Honor Court and '""' ..
Dr. Donald Thomas Campbell, pro- elected to the National Academy of March 20, in the John Marshall Bar Thursday, March Regular Registration for those not 7 a.m.March it will be open 8 a.m.to 11
Grad Grades students the Chamber the Office of Student Judicial Affairs has
.. _._ Association office in the Law Center.A marily of UF currently enrolled or for those who were
: in music of the unable to p.m.Graham been found to be clearly involved in the
specialize in
reception on the Law Center con' Singers participate early registra- Snack Bar will close March 14
Are Due In and Baroque periods, and tion will be held cheating situation. The purpose of this
r..t; -. course for graduates and their families Renaissance Friday, March 28. at 2 p.m. Hume and Tolbert Cafeteriaswill
statement to reaffirm
I.. include seldom-heard contemporary Monday, March 31, is the first day of close March 20 at 2 The Johnson Joint our
A will follow the March 22 ceremony,. p.m.
'!'(f""'"" ,. ... f',- ... in their concerts. The ensem- classes for commitment to complete the investigation -
.... '" 1''' By March 20 selections spring quarter, and the first Hall Cafeteria will close at 2 p.m. March
: and adjudication of these cases.
.. .. ble performs both a cappella and with the dav of drop-add. Students may drop and 21, and Broward Cafeteria, at 2 p.m.

.i., V ..-..}( .(. \(... ... College of Nursing; Special grade sheets for winter quarter harpsichord. add courses or change sections through March 22. All food services will resume
-.r- '' R.#. ,..... .. f :. degree candidates have been distributedto Monday, April 7. Deadline for paymentor their regular schedules at 7 a.m. March
''W'' t :;rJ r. Forty-three graduates of the College of all colleges and schools on campus, deferment of fees without payment of 31.
J I I Nursing are scheduled to participate in a and should be completed and returned to New@ BOR R RulesDistributed the $$25 late fee is April 11. Grads Should Return CardsTo

...) } .. pinning ceremony at 8 p.m. Friday, the Office .of the Registrar,;by 10 a.m., Some campus services will be cur- Campus Shop&Bookstore Placement CenterThe
.1:, March 21, in the second floor auditoriumof Thursday, March 20. To Be tailed during the quarter break, but all
f r c the Medical Sciences Building. "Failure to turn in grades for a dorms will remain open. Only the caps and gowns service on the Career Planning and Placement
Following the ceremony, which includes candidate by the March deadline could The newly-revised rules governing mezzanine of the Campus Shop and Center reminds graduating seniors to
a talk by Dean Blanche Urey, a cause a candidate not to graduate," operation of the State University Systemwill LibrariesDuring Bookstore will be open March 22. The return the recently mailed employmentstatus
xf e reception will be held in dining rooms A Interim Assistant Vice-President for be distributed campus-wide withinthe finals week, March 13-19, store will stay open an extra hour,until 1 cards as soon as possible. By
and B of the Medical Sciences Buildingfor Academic Affairs Gene Hemp has emphasized next few weeks,as soon as copies are Libraries East and West will be open p.m. March 29. And the first two days of returning these follow-up cards, studentswill
the graduates and their families. in a memorandum to all deans, received from the Chancellor's' Office. until 1 a.m.The Law Library will be open classes, the store will be open 8 a.m. to 8 assist the center in determining
r directors and department chairmen. The rules, which become Section 6-C of till 1 a.m. March 1218. p.m. The Bookstore will resume its areas of employment need for graduatesand
All grades for degree candidates will Florida Administrative Code, replacethe During quarter break, the main cam- normal 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekday and 9 in gaining valuable statistical dataon
ROTC Commission/rigs; ; / be available to schools and colleges by Board of Regents Operating Code. pus libraries, the Law Library, and the a.m. to noon Saturday schedule. the employment' composition of this
8:30: a.m., Friday, March 21, and final Approximately 400 copies will be departmental reading rooms will be open quarter's graduates.
Combined ceremonies for graduates reports of colleges on candidated approved placed in departmental offices and in 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.The .
being commissioned into two branches of for degrees be due in the libraries. Individuals desiring copies for Health Center Library will maintain
the armed forces will be held at 2 p.m. on Registrar's' Office by 3 p.m. the same personal use may secure them for $$1.10per its usual schedule throughout the

Saturday, March 22, in the Reitz Union day.. Colleges have been notified that copy through the Chancellor's' Officein break in classes. BRYAN GIVES DEADLINE
auditorium. they should make plans to hold their in Tallahassee.
Seven students are scheduled to receive meetings to pass on candidates between Reitz Union

Air Force commissions and nine the 8:30: a.m. availability of grades and Environmental Studies/ The games area at Reitz Union will be

.r. .... will be commissioned into the Army. the 3 p.m. deadline for the final report. March 21.22 from 9 a.m. to Each DepartmentMust
Principal speaker will be Army Briga Colleges have also been Instructed to Students To GraduateThe midnight. It wil! be open from noon to
Graduating Senior Honor StudentsSelected dier General Donald E. Rosenblum, post lists of graduates b bg 8 a.m. the midnight March 2829.

Commander of Ft. Stewart .Hunter Saturday of graduation, indicating thos first three students to complete the The Arts & Crafts shop will be open Set Priorities
as honor .students in the winter graduating class are, from left: Jane' Army Airfield, Georgia. graduates receiving honors or high Environmental Studies minor will receive March h 21 1-5 and March 27, 410p ,
Tornwall, nursing major, Outstanding Two Year Scholar; Michael Watford, finance Army cadet Kenneth P. Jones and Air honors. Commencement begins at 1 10 their special certificate upon The Activities p.m. Center on the third
major, Outstanding Male Leader; Larry Simmons, psychology major, Outstanding' Force cadet Kevin W. Kirlin will receive graduation in March. They are Laura p.m.p will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. "Business as usual is no longer an acceptable alternative."
Intramural Athlete; Adrienne McElwain, economics major, ,Outstanding Two Year recognition as Distinguished Military a.m.Dr.. Hemp noted in the I memorandum Kirchner, Sociology, Paula Smith, An- floor and open close for both weekends.The With that strong warning, Interim Vice-President for Academic Affairs Robert
Scholar; and Janet McPhafl, anthropology major, Outstanding Four Year Scholar. Graduates due to their academic and that where necessary to meet degree thropology, and Ted Tuchak, Zoology. weekdays, and hostelry services Brvan Wednesday instructed deans of the E&G budgets (fall exceot Health Center
Paula Smith, anthropology major, Outstanding Female Leader, was unavailable for ROTC achievements while at UF. candidate grade deadlines, exceptio* The program consists of 18-20 hours of barber shop their usual hours. and IF AS) to go back into their colleges, have each department take a new look
pictures.Awards are presented each quarter to outstanding graduates. by, the UF Alumni may be made td university policy onj electives in environmentally related will maintain their programs and come up with priorities,, even to the point of giving
Association. 'scheduling final exams. : In "consideration to the elimination of some programs."
subjects all departments of the Food Services

Colleges of Agriculture and Arts and The Reitz Union Cafeteria will close Vice Bryan President said that Gene each Hemp college, who should is chairman seek the of the consultation curriculum of committee Interim Assistant, and to
I 11,200 To Graduate: Procedures Are Outlinec; fences, and six departments in the March 2227. It will be open 11 a.m. to
College of Engineerings. for lunch, March 28-29 from give Hemp "some idea of what your priorities are" by the end of June.
For 1:30: p.m. Emphasizing that it was not just the current state of the economy but also the
information, contact the 4:30-7: p.m. March 30. will be constraints that will result from"the shadow of energy problems that will continueto
Approximately 1,200, students will receive degrees winter quarter and'about one-third Degree candidates are requested to wear dark clothing and shoes and"'not to carry) fortram Environmental West Studies Advisor in 210 The Reitz Union Snack Bar hang-over us," Bryan said the University of Florida "must establish its own

that number are expected to participate in Commencement exercises Saturday, March purses or helmets. 3921566. priorities before the Board of Regents and the Legislature do it for us." .
22. For those who will participate, there are numerous details to remember, No tickets are necessary for guests attending graduation ceremonies.' Income Tax Bryan stressed the importance of each department setting its own priorities, but
Students may pick up caps and gowns on the mezzanine of the Campus Bookstore at the In inclement weather all Commencement participants will meet in thebasement;, ofl Grad he also said;, "We now understand the wisdom of the Board of Regents when in 1972
HUB Monday through Friday of next week. Deadline is"4:30: p.m.Friday.Students will be Florida Gym. j Council;' MeetingThere each university was instructed to get honest and open up to public view what our

given written commencement instructions when they pick up academic regalia, so that The processional begins at 9:30: a.m. Graduates will remain standing by' their sea Help Session institution high and low priority programs are." That list was required to inform
they can familiarize themselves with the program. until after the invocation,and men are to remove their mortarboards when the President G will be a meeting of the the Regents what programs the university planned to support heavily through

On graduation day, bachelor's' candidates should assemble at 8:30: a.m. in the removes.his for the invocation.All mortarboards are to.be worn during the conferring of graduate., Thursday, March 20,at '
horseshoe-shaped road just west and north of Florida Gymnasium.Placards will identifythe degrees. P-m.- in Room 264, Grinter Hall. 1977.At that time, UF,listed what has come ,to be known as the Golden 6, Top 6 and

various college groups. Marshals in orange regalia from each college will provide Doctoral candidates are conferred first, then masters, engineers and specialists, and $ Bottom 6 programs in the E&G,budgets.
each graduate with card marking his place in line.This card will later be handed to the bachelors are conferred last. Faculty Briefing e Termed the '"six best departments and programs", because of American

marshal on stage,who will read the graduate's' name.If a candidate's' name is difficult to Graduates and guests are asked to remain in place until the' entire ceremony is The e Council on Education ratings, the Golden 6 included chemistry, electrical
pronounce,; he or she should write it phonetically on the card. completed. There will be no recessional. After the benediction graduates should go hold Office! of Academic Affairs will 9 engineering, physics, psychology, educational administration and English.
Masters, engineers, specialists and doctoral candidates will assemble at 8:30: a.m. in directly,to the basement of Florida Gym, where tables will be set up for return of caps its ts "Open Office" briefing session 7 With pledges to "intensify our support" were the so-called Top 6 -architecture,
aria fa
the open area behind the bleachers at the south end of the stadium.These candidates will and gowns.Graduates will receive a receipt, which must be presented in the Registrar's' 235 tY on Friday, P Room Tonightm 2 biological sciences, business administration, environmental sciences, journalism
line, up by degree and should look for the placard with their degree designation.. Office ((33 Tigertwheq) ,, picking up a diploma. That office will be open until 2 p.m. T 18 e rt Hall, I and communications, and law.
*TT Diplomas will oe mailed to those who do not pick them up. 1 Listed as the Bottom 6,or those which "will not receive increased support of any
*ill..\*.>f I" ,. ; Faculty Assembly Graduates and their families are invited a reception immediately following ::.m : e kind over the next five years," were library science, nuclear sciences, physical

Commencement at the home of President and Mrs. Robert Marston, 2151 West ''I education for men, physical education for women, comprehensive logic and '" ,
Faculty will meet in caps and gowns by 9:30: a.m.,under the bridge just west of Florida University Avenue: engineering graphics.

speakers.Gymnasium. Faculty follow the degree candidates and precede the platform guests and 3922401.Questions regarding Commencement should be directed to Mrs. Lorraine Albert, Watch UN LSCOPE R :r p ;%:;

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BY. LINDA WISNIEWSKI The:Most for Your Money" .

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Approximately 1.200tudents will receive t .
degrees during Uf's winter commencement ,
exercises on Saturday. March 22 at 10 a.m. in r'

the About Florida 40 law Gym.degrees 300 masters degrees, 4g'8 See UK Before Yon Buy!

100 doctorate degrees and more than 700 '
bachelor degrees will be awarded said Pat
Uovell assistant registrar.
TilE ACADEMIC processional ill start at
l>::30 a.m..and there ill be no recessional or y s
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formal "exit procedure." according to Darcy F .C
Osteen. informational specialist for the Office w i i
.of. Information Services. : '
Dr. Lee Henderson director of the Florida
Department of Education Community
College Division will be the guest speaker for
the winter commencement: ceremony. 2; 1Ja&rth!!& ft .
Henderson holds .three degrees from UF -
a bachelor of science in accounting a masterof 9 2a ff.j
science in secondary education and a
doctorate in education administration. .
Honorary doctorate degrees! will be L
presented to Dr. Ants Oras a former UF
English professor and Dr. Donald Campbell ..graduation speaker
a sociology and philosophy professor at Outstanding Leadership awards will be I
Northwestern University.DISTINGUISHED presented to Paula Smith 4AS. and Michael
ALUMNUS awards Watford. 4BA. '
will be presented to Bunnie Othanel Smith a The Outstanding Four.Year Scholar award
professor of education at the University of will be presented to Janet McPhail 4AS and
South Florida and Travis Loften. a former Outstanding Two-Year Scholar, awards will
chairman of the Department of Agricultural go to Adrienned McElwain. 4BA and Jane
and Extension Education at UF. Torn*all. 4NR.. 350.00
Six graduates will receive awards from the The Outstanding Intramural Athlete award
LIE Alumni Association. will be presented to Larry Simmons. :4PSY.,
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Alligator Staff Writer PASSOVER TRADITIONS A discussion % carat .'. .. '
will be held at the Hillel Student Center :.':v
LIBERTARIAN PARTY will meet tonight atM Sunday at 2 p.m. For further information call))
in the J.. Wayne Reitz Union room ISOB. 3722900.
For further information call 3783434." BIKE RIDE by the UF Cycle Cub will start
BAHA'l DISCUSSION will take place Sunday at 9 a.m., meeting in the Plaza of the
tonight at H in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Americas For further information call 392-
room 118.LUNCHBOX. 3704.
coordinate Lunchbox Theatre for next will take place Monday at 8 p.m. in the'Sante
.. American
quarter will) be held this afternoon at 4:45: in Fe Auditorium West 723 W. University. For -
the Constans Theatre lobby. For further further information call 378-5311 or 376- Members / jffa \ Gem Society i .
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information call 3738873. '2592.
BIKE TRIPs A meeting to plan the two-day RIGHT TO LIFE will, ) meet Monday at 8 .
trip to St. Petersburg will take place this p.m. at the Brookwood 'Terrace Clubhouse .
afternoon. at 4:30: at Gate. I of the stadium. 2601 NW 23rd Blvd-For further informationcall '
For further information call 3928082. 3789192. /
RACQUETBALLTOURNAMENT: will take HUMANE SOCIETY? will hold a regular
place Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m. at the business meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at
Sante Fe Community College Courts. Admission the Westwood Middle School Language Lab. Tour Professional Jeweler/ for "
is free and anyone under 17 may For further information call 376-4344 or 392- ,
enter. Entry blanks are available at Benchmark (0366. ext. 67.TRANSCENDENTAL. Over Half a Century"
Menswear. Locker Room Sports MEDITATION A
Shop. University Sports Shop and all Winn research lecture will be held Wednesday 8
Dixie stores. Far further information call 372- p.m. at the Shands Teaching Hospital room
:2578.! H-611 l For further information call 4952654.
SPRING CELEBRATION sppnsti J by SPELUNKERS The Florida Speleological
Inter-Varsity. Christian Fellowship, will take Society will .!meet :Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Little: (uukenlort Jeiuelif
place Saturday at 4:30: p.m. For further information Hall. For further information call 3786144. PhK
( call 3780759.REVOLUTIONARY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS committee meeting
STUDENT BRIGADEs will be held Monday at 5 p.m. in the J. Wayne INTHiGAINiSVIilEMAU
will meet Sunday at H p.m. in the J. Wayne Heitz Union third floor. For further in-
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0NDAY 9 o.m. 5.30: P t THURSDAY HOURS 9 a.m. 6:30 p.m9am. mitteeappointedtoinsureavailability !

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6tOO S.W. ARCHER ROAD BS DEBBIE IBERT Buckley Amendment Hanson said.
s7 -u7z Alligator Staff Writer 'I,he tasks of the committee will be to:
inform lJ F's record-keeping departments as to which
student records must be kept confidential and,which may be
\\I//\ / ----- \.x-mcmber Executive V ice President Harold Hanson has appointed a released without the student's permission:
--- : committee to ensure that UP agencies with send! students and their parents a directory of the type of
Inc student records on tile comply with the Buckley Amendment. information which can be released without consent:
Printing, I he
Renaissance amendment passed by Congress in August 1974. de\elop necessary procedures for students and parents to
offers requires that all students records be available to individual gain access to the records:
FAST OFFSET PRINTING :::- students and their parents. It aim ensures the confidentiality .set guidelines for securing corrections in the records:
Irom any C+mera toady copy ol the records In stating no one else. with certain exceptions. .inform the students and their parents of their rights in
may have access to the records the student's consent. gaining access and 'how to go about it.
200 copiesfor I he law became cttecme NoI|9. |1974. The committee will look at which records the student ill
EDUCATIONAL RECORDS are considered to be all be permitted to keep confidential from his parents.
only $3.95 indenutiable data pertaining to an individual student. According to the Buckley Amendment. Kinzer said.
f I Record-keeping agencies include the registrar's office records may be released without the student's consent in cases
.11 or 1000 copiesfor linancial aid office. Student Affairs Division. Student Health here the parents claim him as a dependent.Instructions .
$9.95. Sen ices, the Career Planning and Placement Center from the committee will be several months incoming
1srnr counseling ,'enterand individual colleges and their the chairman said since they must first receive
r,) It"Y .rvntpptet uo mos. odPIS t departments.. guidelines from the State University System and revised rules
az Inw a t I he',,committee headed by Asst. Vice President of Student from the Department of Health. Education and Welfare.
1632 University Ave. Altairs Jack Km/er. will instruct record-keeping agencies on Committee members include: Judy Brechner. associate UP .
W. hi 372.1436NOW what steps they need take to implement the regulation's attorney: Monte Loeb. assistant UF comptroller: Vernon
In the Renaissance instructions. Voyles. 'registrar: Barbara Wilkie administrative assistant:
I Uf I i is already "pretty' much in conformity" with the and Matthew' Chisholm.

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U Florida's !share of federal funds could increase by more
than S50 million with the passage of a bill introduced in the
.f U.S. Senate Friday by I Richard Stone. D-Fla., .
t}: Stone's bill which has 10 co-sponsors will require the use
of annually updated population figures in enforcing federal .
allocations where population is a factor according no Barry
j jI I Direnfeld. Stone's legislative assistant.IN IIa
A SPEECH introducing the bill. Stone said Florida's
I,' population has grown 20 per cent since the 1970 census
: .., which i is used to calculate the state's share of. funds in many
i, federal I programs. '
>, The first news reports from Stone's office estimated the
increase in funds at approximately $50 million but,Direnfeld photo. by chip hires
!said this figure is probably a conservative one. RICHARD STONE
The I impact of the bill "is going to be incredible" Direnfeldsaid. .junior U.S. senator from Florida
"We've got to get this one passed." .
I HEARINGS ON THE BILL will be conducted in the Post Santa Fe' offers "
Office and Civil Service Committee of the Senate. The
chairman of the committee. Sen. Gale McGee. D-Wyo., is one
of the 10 co-sponsors. course in sailingA
Direnfeld said hearings on the bill have been scheduled
early during this session of Congress, a development he' non-credit course in sailing will be offered during the
describes as "very fortunate." spring term at Santa Fe Community College.
Similar bills with more limited scope are being introduced Registration for the course w ill be March 25-27 from 9 a.m.
t- b>''Hep. William Lehman. D-Miami. and Rep. LA.: "Skip" to 1:30 p.m. and from 4 to 8 p.m. in the student lounge of the
?' Ualalis. 1 R-Palm Beach Gardens. downtown campus. 723 W. University Ave.
: check daily listings fortonight's : ; Lehman's bill seeks changes in allocation procedures for Class ill be held on Monday evenings, and actual sailing
federal revenue-sharing programs and Bafalis l bill proposes ,time will be during the weekend. The l course will be taught by
special programs in allocations under the Highway Trust, Fund Act. Wilson Barnes.'
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Pag* 12.lh..lndp.nd.nt Florida Alligator Friday,March .14,1975 ,

Y the fee was non-refundable and that no Garrison's in that it provides free listing for
( oriel and charges a broker fee to
page guarantee of placement was made.. McMahonsaid. landlords
prospective tenants a person can get back

homes at the lowest possible rent. Explaining what United I Real Estate does is S20 of his $30 if he shows that the house he

The Office of Consumer Services in not illegal. McMahon?! said. lfJhe,, contract ". lound to rent \\as.l1o&: & listed with Bridges.
''Tallahassee said it had received complaints R specifies that )you agree to pay the money BRIDGES SAID he accepts as proof eithera

about United Real Estate, mostly about the without any claims to get it back. you don't lease or a bill and saiu "no questions arc

non-refundable lee.' get it". asked".
William McMahon. assistant director of GARRISON DEFENDED the non- He added however he does not refund the

the office said the complaints usually,came refundable tee by explaining that it was the fee to people ho say they were unable to !finda
from people who said they went to the only way to insure that the company would place to rent at all! agreeing with Garrison
company after seeing newspaper ads of make enough income "to provide a valuable that it was too easy tor someone to lie and say
houses to rent at low prices. sen'ice" of finding houses for people. they did not find a house hen they really did.
BUT BEFORE: the prospective clients are "We used to guarantee( placement and "Our policy is right on the door if the
allowed to see which houses are actually for refund the tee if someone wasn't able to find a house hunters are just looking and not sure
rent through United I Real Estate, they must place but we found that person would find a they are going to move, then I tell them their

sign i a contract agreeing to pay the S35. house and then come back and tell us that money may. not be refunded.
McMahon said the house hunter may then they couldn't find a place and ask for their "I'm in business to earn a living. This is the
lind that the rentals advertised in the money back. fairest refund system I can otTer" Bridges

newspaper have already been rented and the "If 1 we had to depend on people telling us said.CARL
ones that are still available do not tit his they found a home through our service so we OPP, UF otl'-campus housing
needs. can keep their tee. we wouldn't be able to director warns students who come to his
I lithe! person tries to get the $35 back he is JOEL BRIDGES keep the office open" Garrison argued. jftice that they should not pay a fee to anyone

reminded he signed a contract which specified .real estate agent Although Bridges' system is similar to to find 'a place to live.

Opp's listing, mostly of apartments are
free to UF students.He .
said he had a"philosophical objection"to

from( page one) per month. WILSON EXPLAINED that the $35 fee the broker fee policy. ,
"ALREADY RENTED" was a phrase the was good for 90 days and clients can call in "'I he rong party pays the person ho gets
reporter heard''' almost half the time he every day during that time to find out what the economic benefit (the landlord) doesn'tpay
Agreeing to the terms of
i\ which also included a statement that the inquired at the 20 houses he visited. new listings were being ottered. a thing." Opp said.

1 company could not guarantee all listings on Some had just been rented a day or two She explained however although "we try OPP SAID liE thought Bridges system of
their files were still available and the admission before the reporter went to see them but a and help you as much as possible to find a refunding fees to some of his clients "sounds
that no inspection of'the properties few had been rented up to a week and a half place" there is no guarantee a placement will pretty good." but added he was
earlier. be made. "totally against"the non-refundable t fee.
listed were made by United Realty the
reporter then paid his tee and looked through Of the approximately I 10 houses remaining, The $35 tee is non-refundable even if a Opp said he also disapproved of the fact
(their list of houses lor rent. about half would not rent to single students person never finds a place to rent through that both Bridges and United Real Estate do
two others would not take (the United I Real Estate.A .
Looking through the list the reporter pets reporter not inspect the property that they list and
I lound( that most of the houses advertised in stated on his contract that he had a cat) and WEEK AFTER first going to United usually just take the information about the
the local newspapers by United l Realty were the others were not the kind of places he was I Real Estate and minus $35. the reporter still places over the phone.

already rented. Most of the places United Real Estate lists
according. to Garrison taken the
TilE REPORTER took down the addresses
of 20 'Listed as located in a "nice phone which Garrison emphasized is allowedby
approximately places that were listed as
still lor rent and went around Gainesville to residential area perfect for a Florida real estate law.
a He said the
company usually "goes by what
sexif they fit the descriptions on the list and
the owner tells us" because they do not have
were still available couple or two students99 the house
One enough employes to be able to inspect every
two bedroom house on the list seemed '
lo be a real bargain -$65 a month. was really half of a run-down house,
some times when the
Listed as located in a "nice residential area,
perfect for a couple of' ,two students." the duplex in the ghetto, section of I landlord might exaggerate his property, then
review it and the
we change description the
house was really!) halt'of run-down duplex in
(the ghetto section of east Gainesville east Gainesville.9 listing if necessary" Garrison said.'
He added that it listed each
was on contract
Containing little more than ripped
up tha "no inspection is made of
conch and kitchen
a sink with broken
looking for either because the rent was too ,had not been able to find a place to live that listed by United Real Estate.
windows in
the bedroom, holes in the walls
and locks high or they were located too far from met his needs and budget. Bridges said that he tried to know what his
missing even and door !knobs, the '
campus. Another phone call to the company resultedin properties were like before he listed them but
most t it
surprising thing was that
was already
rented. Going back to the real estate office two a few more listings but,they were either too added "It is very very difficult to look at all
days later explaining that he had not found a expensive or too far from campus. the places." '
Thc average rent of the rest of the houses
was higher than the had wanted house yet. the reporter was given !some new One of the brokers at the office said not to He said however he was going to try and
reporter to
pay. running mostly between $250 and $300 listings and told" to "keep trying, the good get too discouraged and to continue checking start some inspection of the places if he can
ones go quick. their
listings. afford to hire more employes.

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rHoncrCouncil'creation suggested IH5

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By Alligator Staff Writer. mended "the use of a hearing body with broad participation .The adoption of administrative hearing procedures as the
b)' members of the of rules for the council. '
university community. with. limited,;' primary set working ,
,I. j' I' ,1/" )tl!)' fi( ,.Ull !'iuiisdtctiontand'penaltfes.t| > #fl if *,"**&+> *A (W".Law --school! stuc.1thf -bodf''iU'' 'the primary,
THE EFFORT- to resolve the matter. of academic responsibility for i imestfga'ting and presentin'cases.
!The| Tusk Force on the Student Judiciary completed three dishonesty focused on several areas. .A revision penalties to include three basic penalties: the
onths of !studying the Honor System ad released a set of The following points were listed as "areas of primary public reprimand suspension, and expulsion.All .
intended "create
mmendations to an academic at. current concern and requiring immediate correction:" Honor Council candidates run as independent candidates -
losphere in which academic dishonesty will not thrive" .The lack of knowledge of the Honor Court on the part of and not affiliated with any .political parties.
}The task force also made recommendations regarding the the student body and the faculty. .Student transcripts reflect a final admission of guilt in
atment of cases involving cheating. The Honor Court and the honor system have not functioned academic dishonesty cases, and graduation would not be ableto
MAJOR CHANGE suggested by the task force was .
THE properly. remove the notation,or for five years thereafter.
lie lormation of an Honor Council to replace the present .Many faculty members refuse to submit matters to the all. "The committee (task force) believes that the fulfillment of
jonor Court. student Honor Court and w ill not appear as witnesses. the above recommendations will seek to strengthen the honor
The Honor Council would consist of a majority of elected The Honor Court jurisdiction is too broad. !system and; to maintain the system in the position where it
tudent justices representing "diverse areas of the university .The Honor Court procedures are too complex and have should.be maintained, as a crucial portion of the university
lommunity, plus faculty members .appointed by the promoted the impression that it is run by students in the law !structure" the report read.
president." !school.! Task Force Chairman Dr. Michael Gordon, said copies of
It would have a chancellor and two vice chancellors, all The Honor Court has range of penalties hich are too the report will be delivered to Bryan and Sandeen today.
Ihreeofwhom would be required to be law students and to broad and may be illegal. "NOW IT'S up to them." he said.
ave completed the course in administrative law. Maintaining secret hearings is currently under consideration 'l"he task force was formed to inspect the system of the
THE REASON for including faculty on the Honor Councilas by the courts. !student judiciary and decided "academic dishonesty is a
that cheating has affected the entire university community .The Honor Court is too political.As retarding factor in the discovery and dissemination of
| according to the report. a result, the task force made seven recommendations.The knowledge through research and teaching."
The I (faculty would represent a minority of the members of University Honor Council, consisting of a majority of The task force also recommended the reinstatement of the
[the council. elected student justices representing diverse areas of UF, plus honor pledge to insure students have not given or received aid fion ,
The ask lorce report which will be turned over the UF faculty members appointed by the President. tests.
I Vice President of Student Hairs Art Sandeen and interim .Limitation of jurisdiction of the council to academic The most severe penalties'will, be dealt with through expulsion
I Vice President of Academic: \ffairs Robert Bryan, recom- dishonesty (cheating). if'the recommendations are adopted.

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group of UK students have organized the Quality f
Education Committee, which the leaders said Thursday
would conduct rallies circulate petitions, sponsor drives
lobby in Tallahassee,and organize letter writing campaigns to ::
light the proposed tuition hike and faculty cutbacks.
David Siegel, JUC, and Jim Balough, 4AS, will be co-
chairmen of the committee. r
THEY BOTH took part in Wednesday march to UF
President I Robert 0. Marston's board room and the rally on _
the Plaza of the Americas. mM
Balough said the committee started organizing now so they w
could draw up plans and urge.students to "write letters and _
have your parents write letters to state legislators and Gov. -
Askew! over spring break."
Balough also urged students to talk to their hometown
community leaders,and legislators to express dissatisfactionwith
combined cutbacks and tuition increases. f
THE COMMITTEE plans to have a rally the first week of YQ A J
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The committee will have someone in Tallahassee over Uncertain ,horizon ,
spring break, and hopes to continue with at least one lobbyistin '01'
the state capital every day the legislature is in session.He The quarter draws to an end, rumbling by like the are heading.. A mournful train,whistle, receding into ;f:

said the committee will ask Rep. Sid Martin D- I lurching caboose of a 140-car freight; as we stare night, is the only reply. It, .. ........ ..esargueonbargainingu1'tsize ;\ I
Hawthorne, and I Rep. Bill Andrews D-Gainesville. to speakon down the track we ask the darkening sky where we .r ': ,
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Bedell compared the hearings to a trial. Any group's
GARY BALANOFF collective bargaining representative may question and cross-examine any other, he
Alligator Staff Writer I said. "

Bedell! said the hearings could last as long as 22 days, and
The first week of formal faculty collective bargaining added he didn't want to be held t j ny.estimates of how long _
hearings will end today, as the-Board of Regents continues to the regents would take to present their case.
present evidence that department chairpersons and graduate UFF HAD EARLIER. charged the regents were trying' to
assistants should not be included in the bargaining process. stall the hearings. .
The hearings are being conducted by the Public Employes "I have no comment on that," Bedell said. -
I Relations Commission (PERC) in Tallahassee. The regents contend that department chairpersons are'
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, legalized through passageof management personnel, and as such should not be included.
,a Iloridl'statute: last spring would allow' faculty and determine whether all The unions contend such chairpersons should have the
professional staff members in the State University System and unions professional the hearing staff officer should will be included in one bargainingunit faculty right to participate! in bargaining activities.

|SUS)to vote for the option having a union represent them split Into two or more units. THE REGENTS also contended graduate assistants shouldnot
in salary bargaining with the regents. FloridaUFF THE or SINGLE UNIT or mult-units will then vote for which be included in collective bargaining while UFF main
After Monday's testimony by the United Faculty of and union they want to represent them or vote "no union." tained in Monday's opening hearing that graduate assistantswere
( ), the regents have presented organizational charts Dr.George Bedell, personnel and faculty relations director public employes, and therefore should be included.tI
jol\descriptions Intended to show,the,structure of the< presented organizational charts this week The hearing 'officer' for the remaining hearings will be
of for the regents
The regents' testimony came in the form of a "short ton which showed the regents plan of which faculty and Curtis Mack of the PERC, staff." '
.pa er.", Charles Freeman, hearing officer for the first two professional staff perform which duties throughout the SUS. Freeman said he did not have enough time to devote to the ,. .
days of the hearings and chairman of PERC.said. Bedell said the testimony included statutory and regulatory hearings to satisfy the'time demands of the parties Involved.
THE SERIES of hearings allows all parties including the of information on how the regents operate. Freeman called Mack a "most capable staff person"
regents and faculty unions to present proposals on size "YOU HAVE TO start from ground zero and move from Mack officiated the two informal hearings which were'

bargaininglnits.. and there." he said. conducted before the formal hearings.I .
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r Alligator Sports Writer qO E OF those "iffy" plays inning, three of t them scoring '
lamf in the UK !sixth inning when 'catcher Jim Shulock's i
II hindsight could: win ball with the Gators trailing 7-5. pickotf attempt with the bases '
games,' the UK baseball team With Terry Jones on third loaded sailed into right field. Pr' ___
would have had no trouble base! and one out center ON THE predeeding play
with the Temple University fielder Sammy Hick attempted with runners on first and
Owls Thursday afternoon. a !suicide squeeze second pitcher Mike McCarthy
But ahead coach Dave hunt Rick, however, missed missed a pickoJT signal
Fuller said, "Hindsight isn't the ball, and Jones was caught and delivered his pitch to the
worth a damn," and the dead as a door nail sliding Temple batter, who bunted.

Gators proved it by losing 8-6' into home. With the first baseman '1._
tier their first defeat in eight "I. !sat there, and l ii I'd' have covering !second, first base t *" '
games."I' done what I was thinking, I was left open, and all runners ? _
second guessed! myself a would have .pinch-hit with advanced safely.
couple times. I didn't do what Hiller" fuller .said. "But 1 The Gators t tell behind 5-2
I thought I should have done ,put) the squeeze on, and the in the early going, but put photo by andy newman
now" Fuller said. "In' pitcher threw the ball in the together a walk, double SAMMY RICK APPLIES MAGIC TOUCH TO BASEPATH

baseball! though, you've got dirt. triple, and sacrifice fly to tie senior outfielder scored 5th run here but Gators fell shortrun
to do what you think is right Temple jumped out in front the game in the fourth inning.But .

!second baseman, John double to give Temple a against Georgia on March 21 and Lafeyette on March 26
Cortese muffed a tough lead it never lost. and 22 and Auburn on March and 27 The Gators travel to
chance: in the !sixth inning on The Gators will play' I 10 28 and 29. Other home dates St. Petersburg on march JO
TV-' what could have been a games over the spring break, include games with North lor their only away game of' I
double play, and Mark including their first con- Carolina on March .14 and 'IS, the break against Eckard
Sauritch followed with a'two- ference games of the season Valdosta State on March 24, College.
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Gator infielder BowdenBy

MARK JOHNSON player on the UF baseball team.
Alligator Sports Writer Most folks around Gainesville remember David for his daysas
quarterback for the fightin' Gator football squad. Some
David Bowdeo.is a reserved,
very very polite man, a
1 ea identify him with that infamous he threw out of boundsto
gy who pass
guy probably gave apples to his teachers and got "A's" in
citizenship at elementary school. stop the clock in the closing moments' against Ole
R7 'Yf Mississippi. At the time, Bowden didn't know it was fourth
Listed 5-11.l 170
) as pounds in the program, the UF third
R down. Now he'll .
,baseman doesn't look like a baseball player. With his handsome undoubtedly never forget.So
last fall while the UF football fans were redirecting boos
wholesome, "All-American" features, could
you put
him in toward Don Gaffney, Bowden was fielding one-hoppers and
'" a jacket matching slacks and swear he came
photo by andy newman right out of J.C. Penney's spring catalogue.Definitely not a taking his licks in the batting cage.It .
UF THIRD BASEMAN DAVID BOWDEN "jock" image. really should be that way Bowden has always been a

.a baseball player first and foremost DAVID BOWDEN,'however, may be the most important baseball player first and foremost. As a matter of fact, he was
offered $30,000 to join the Detroit Tigers organization at the
tender age of '17, but turned down the offer in order to cometo

Confident Gator fracksters go "I UF.HAVE REGRETS because I'll never see that. money .

again," he said. "But I wanted to play college football, and I
I did to for "
get play two years. .
Bowden is coming off a very disappointing junior year in
after national championshipFreeman. which he hit only 238. UF coaches and fans grimaced many
times last year as the big league prospect repeatedly failed to
get the big hit with men on base.
BvRICKADELMAN nationals. "A good hitter is going to hit, but sometimes the law of

Alligator Sports Writer IN ONLY his first 1973 NCAA 600-yard M averages just doesn't figure out," head coach Dave Fuller
said. "But it wasn't due to a lack of effort on,his
With the SEC cham- season at UK Bermuda's champ Beaufort brown
pionship tucked safely Sharpe has already broken and Jamaican Noel Gray HOWEVER, A summer on Coach Jay Bergman's semi-pro
away in their back picket. school records in the bOard will represent the, Orange ball club in Ocala and an excellent fall batting average of.320
.1 confident Gator track dash, triple jump, and Blue in the 440-yard has Bowden and his coaches beaming once again.
team ventures out to :and long jump in additionto dash while speedy "He showed this summer he could hit and hit this fall, so
Detroit l this weekend in winning both jumps at !sophomore Wimpy there's really no reason he $shouldn't be a consistent .300
search ofet another' title. the SECs. Alexander competes in the hitter" Coach Bergman added. "Also the fact that he's a
The NCAA. Sharpe will compete in 66-yard run.Milers switch hitter is only to his advantage."

Head coach Jimnn the triple jump and 'will Vince Cartier ONE QUESTION, however, remains on the minds of the
Carnes is taking the join teammates Stanley and l Frank Betts along UF coaching staff; can the ex-quarterback project on the
largest and. finest group of Harris and Willie Wilderin with 60-yard-high hurdler baseball diamond the same leadership qualities which he
trackmen in the school's the 60. Hesley Bostic round of the showed on the football field?
history to the nationals in Both Sharpe and Wilder list of Gator hopefuls."I "We'd like to be able to say 'yes. he will be a great
hopes of capturing college have covered that distancein LOOK for Seton !stabilizing factor to two freshmen and two sophomore Infielders -
track's most sought after 6.1 I seconds. Hall, El Paso, and MWi ,'" Fuller said. Unfortunately this has not been the
championship. JUNIOR TRANSFER Colorado to be the case so far.AFTER .
,ALTHOUGH THE Horace Tuitt is slated tor favorites but anything can,
Gators were overpowering the 880 and he could very happen." added Carnes.On WILL FREEMAN MISSING the opening two games of the season
throughout the indoor possibly i be UK's best .pole vault champ due to illness Bowden is back in the swing. His 3-foM day
Saturday March 61Pi.'/ 4 versus Miami last Saturday gave him! the team's '
season. Carnes knows his individual hope-! "the I tl 'the highest
22nd Gators will > will be
get meet staged batting average with 'i .364 mark. '*
learn will\ _, be a Ion shot'fht' ,- Freeman, who just the opportunity to display at Percy Beard Field Coach Fuller is surely breathing easier now that his4hird

:, Gators will be led wrapped up his second their talents before the beginning at 2 p.m. baseman is hitting, for he knows that a player of Bowden's
by three SEC individual straight, pole vault home folks as the Florida The following weekend ability can win several
games a for
team and
.:champs: Mike Sharpe. championship, brings a Open kicks off the outdoor UF will host the 32nd turn a season around. For while year David a even help
Hornce Tuitt. and Will top vault of 169" into the season. annual Florida Relays. young man,his bat and glove speak very,very loudly is, a quiet


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I Lady Gator golf track on tap for weekend I

After a month's lay-ofTthe UK women's golf team heads forApopka's Ryan said
that freshman Elaine Hand should do well. "It's women's college Bolt
Errol I Estates to play In the Rollins Invitational Golf her
Tournament Monday and Tuesday.Six type ot'course. She has a super short game and if she can Martha Jones Alabama and Becky Pearson of Miami-.

will be the Keep her concentration well be'in business." D.idc-North should also "be right up there individually.. '
women making trip including Elaine Hand. LADY
GATOR DONNA Horton injured her left toot two according to I Kvan.
Donna Morton Nancy Feirfarek, Kriss I Kucinski.: Linda Stack weeks
and is
White. ago concerned. "My game is not what it should THE UF WOMEN'S TRACK TEAM competes against theUniversity
and Nancy
LADY GATOR COACH Mimi I Ryan expects her team to tr be>'.yet" she and said.m> ankle is still weak, but I'm sure gonna!(give it a of Kentucky Saturday morning at: I 11 I at the newly

do well, noting that the women are coming( ofT back-to-back RYAN SAID MARY resurfaced Percy Beard Field.
Duggan of Broward
( Community
victories. Most recently Florida captured the Arizona In. ('ollegeould offer the Gators individual
vational I by 11 strokes out in Tucson in February. some competition.
Dugganister of professional golfer Cathy ,
Dult an recently
Errol Estates is one of the Ladies Professional Golf
took the honors at the University of-Miami Invitational Softball
Association (LPGA) tour stops.
shooting a 70 tor the lowest competitive round ever in UF"sI

'thirteen was a lucky number for the UF women's softball!

Intramural schedule spring quarter team as it ,downed Lake City 135. 132.

.. Ip1r1Ai1TTMls.d After, the season, open' double-header, the Lady Gators
L'mm coach Val Abram'was encouraged( '
.....a.1.. April II "rll 15-17 Iiq "
MtetaCM (HWCO-: ) April 1) tut 2Arrt.b. Ioftkll "WE LOOKED GOOD. Defensively we're tine but of.
.. May 14 Nay 13se7tbbli April IS April tl
rACan An i14rrSottballpae.lc..d fensively we need some vork.There were too many balls in the

Water hlo April April Ilaaartvha 23 April Hay A 11 f.'acII1t.... April 14 April 11 air."
kdat.toa-rac.lty-Ha... April r April tlscr..le The Lady Gators face I
.'1 DORMII'0'Rt' 0.11-r w1 at Nay 21port. a strong FlagleT( College team April,
.s.gwtball.... April j April i : Da'ec.l 1"CM. .Aril. c_ 4r) out at the ROTC field at 3:30: in anot double-header.
.U April It April 1} Jab. V..rl May c_ 4y)
softball Hay I My I

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cha-att... i tot to* April X 4iM, 120 ftO UAGUII urn AC1'mn ram IeDllPO' flllfmq 0411Nrl1
Softball April I Arm it ? UF rugby club
aciuatkatl April II April ZI
feat. J AprIl -10
........ April April 1.
April U April U'Iby 1

BrancaccioEDITOR'S MEII Softball,shall Cmat .,. M7t Mq1So busy over breakDuring

......1 April 1 April 10
try s liar U ,
lM4uetkll liar 16 May II1IMI' March 22-23 UF will be hosting the sixth

NOTE Through technical 'error, the last .!!!!mmII!! annual Gator Invitational I Rugby Tournament with 16
(two paragraph of Lou Braacaccio' article in Thursday's Softball Aril U April 11 ,
a.c.-tKU April II M.1 3 teams represented,on the ROTC field. .
Alligator, "Season end marks new beginning," were I k! This Saturday the UF ruggers will dash with FSU. their
omitted.The editorial staff felt that this ,
error significantly April I April 131.Itft1 biggest rivals.'The game will be at Norman field 2 p.m.

altered the original meaning of his article. ItsttU To M aa.mrc.4eo The teams in the rugby tournament are Michigan State

The omitted lines are oteltt Miami (Fla.), Cornell Boston College Amherst College,

tIC cut,...'. ....ti... April 1 4.JO. 2207W Kent State. Courtland College. Whitemarsh Atlanta Old

"So let us all move forward now toward an end that will Softball IaC41uerkU April March 10 11 ... April April U J White. Spring Hill College. Clayton.. Norfolk Irish.

"bring a new beginning. Spring quarter lies ahead, a bare 11...t.das llay I liar J Kalamazoo Little rock, Kingston (Jamaica) and the
April It
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f'' AIllRator Sport*Writer deci ipn. It was UF's last improve his record to 10.0 in
\ The: J guys next door at the match ,of the'winter quarter No. singles.. Team captainJim JOIN THE CAST
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UF"Florida Tech loss dropped FFU to 35. Donny Hull 6-0. 6-2 in No. 6 -
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Andy Bean, to say the least'likes to make a golf tour- close call in the first set of the t Excellent parttimeand
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BEAN DID. against Smith and DeZeeuw. y v{Y7x 1 complete information,
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... Bean's' 61.11-under-par.I beat Steve Melnky's old record by Arnau defeated Lucci and ... .Open Monday
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,. the front nine of his third round breaking Bob Murphy's Gunderson and Hall b.l. 62.
record of 30. His two-round total of 128 represents the best 36 THE GATORS will take a
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