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Florida Alligatorhiolithvd MARCH: 31, 1975 ;


VOL. 67 NO. 102AAarston

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By STUART EMMRICH ,- .. By BRIAN JONES spiraling inflation it would take ap-
Alligator Staff Writer Alligator Staff Writer proximately S35 million more to stand still."
4:11Ev: Senate Education Committee Chairman
y At a time when the nation's economy is There is little chance: state universities will Robert Graham D-Miami Lakes, predictedthat
facing a growing recession and double digit get much: more money next year than is next 'year's budget will remain tight
unemployment figures, UP President RobertQ. recommended in Gov. Reubin Askew's bare because state revenue is down and that
Marston admits he cannot: expect the kind bones budget, key legislators said last week. university programs will have to be "diluted"as
of funds for education: that were available in However, legislators are likely to provide a result.
the booming '60s., lunds for graduate student fellowships which: Rep. Bill Andrews. D-Gainesville, a
I But he argues the 1975-76 budget proposedby Askew eliminated in his budget. member of the House Education: Committee
Gov. Reubin Askew, which: calls: for LEGISLATORS already scrutinizing said that while "we're going to be doing whatwe .,
substantial cutbacks: : in educational: Askew's budget recommendations which they can": for higher education: kindergarten
programs would do "permanent damage" to through twelfth grades deserved a higher
Florida's universities if passed by the ,,', priority for funding than the universities. '
legislature. EDUCATION COMMISSIONER Ralph ,t
AMONG THE major objections Marstonhas ," Turlington has openly appealed to the I
to the proposed budget are a. Deduction legislature to give education more money than
of approximately 100 faculty positions at UF Askew recommended, but said he, too, .
next year, the elimination of state funded r ,{ .,h:,, believes kindergarten through twelfth {grades
fellowships and faculty development grants .;"'"/;"'#' ''. : : ". take priority over the universities.
and an approximate 10 per cent reduction in ..'.,'i:>:-'!!; '\: '; -", \l':', Though the universities might not get more
funds for library books. The budget also 'a ; total money than Askew recommends, York
prowides no funds for salary increases. e !w 'i\.Xf; Y sY and Graham said funds for graduate student
Marston has pointed out that 100 fewer ; ) : fellowships which Askew eliminated from
positions would mean UF would be operatingwith ; ; ,; his budget would probably be provided by
the same number of funded positions as the legislture.The .
in '1968-69, when there were 8,500 fewer education: subcommittee of the Senate
students. Ways and Means Committee is considering a
Attempting to offset the reduction in Despite Governor Askew's budget recommendation of about $842,000 for
faculty by lowering enrollment is not a viable proposal university system officials still fellowships in the budget compared to
solution according: to Marston, because hope for an increase in funds. $994,720 in fellowships provided this year in
funding is based on student enrollment and a the university system.
decrease in students would mean a further UF GRADUATE SCHOOL Dean Harry
reduction' in state funds. Sisle{ said fellowship recipients for next year
.i MARSTON HAS been traveling around might be eliminated. will amend and pass into law during the have already been screened and selected but
the state over the past few weeks talking to MARSTON SAID larger class: sizes and annual legislative session beginning April 8. the fellowships won't be offered unless the
legislators and alumni to "make them aware fewer course: offerings are inevitable for next Despite dwindling state revenue, University legislature provides fellowship funding in its
of our situation." Marston said he plans to tall.Funds System Chancellor-Designate E.T. York said budget.At |
actively lobby in Tallahassee during this for research will also be tight, with he "sees some basis for hope" that the the base of the universities' fundingwoes
spring's legislative session to try to obtain the primary emphasis being on teaching, he universities can: persuade the legislature to is dwindling state revenue brought about
more money than Askew recommended.: said.Some enlarge its portion of state funds. by economic: recession: in Florida.
Manton said he is optimistic legislature administrative lines will be tran Askew's budget recommends that Since the state is prohibited from deficit
will grant "modest increases", but added UF sferred to teaching: positions, although the universities be given about $229 million the spending-spending more than it collects: in
would have to accept the facts that "times are number will probably be limited, he said. same amount spent this year after emergency revenue a drop in income brings with it
hard all over" and some changes: have. to be ALTHOUGH MARSTON,acknowledged it funding cuts: were made. cutbacks in the whole spectrum of state
made. was necessary to increase teaching loads and YORK SAID it is "misleading" to think services, including the state universities.See .
UF academic: deans have already been Askew's budget would provide about the
instructed by 'Marston to review programs same amount of financial support next year,
their departments'offer to determine if someLegislators (See 'Marston' page seven) because: "with increasing enrollments and: ( 'Budget' page seven)

ASEN. .

I. disagree on chance or tuition hikeI


By BRIAN JONES Andrews said, so tuition shouldn't be raised Hawthorne would require the legislature to
Alligator Staff Writer because it is "a selective tax on the student." actively approve the tuition hike before it
The"regents approved a tuition increase: in could become law,rather than allowing a hiketo
: Local legislators all members of education March which would charge: students $14 per become law if'the legislature takes no
:. committees in the Florida Legislature credit hour for freshman and sophomore level action as last year's tuition plan did.
,i disagree on whether a tuition hike proposed courses, S15 per credit hour for junior and UNIVERSITY SYSTEM Chancellor-:
by the Board of Regents will become law, senior level courses.: S20 per credit hour for Designate E.T. York estimated the higher .
i'c State Sen. Kenneth MacKay. D-Ocala and graduate classroom courses,' and $22 per fees would net about $9.7 million in. revenue '
: State Rep. .Bill .Andrews Gainesville, 'credit hour for graduate thesis counts.: from students.
predict the tuition hike will easily become: law. PRESENT FEES are $13,per credit hour There is no guarantee that revenue
BUT STATE Sen. Bob Saunders D- for undergraduates and $16.50 per, credit generated by higher tuition would be
i Gainesville. who is also chairman of the hour for graduate students. allocated: to universities, however. }. :j.
t Senate Ways and Means Committee, said he The fee hike now goes to the legislature .
would "guess" that the Florida Legislaturewould where .it will be amended and passed, or Andrews said revenue from tuition usually .. ""h
not approve a'tuition hike this year. ignored. If legislators fail to act on the hike, it goes to higher education and that he will try -'- -- '
Both house leadership have automatically becomes: law. to insure that any money raised by higher fees' BOB SAUNDERS
decided against raising taxes this session. Another bill filed by Rep. Sid Martin. D- next year be earmarked for the universities. tI.doubts that tuition hike will pass



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WASHINGTON (UPI():- Four U.S. Navy ships in the area" an aid spokesman said.

transport ships steamed at full speed toward "The ships will be offshore to pick people up U.S. airmen attend mass
the central coast of Vietnam Sunday to in small crafts." I
evacuate some of the million refugees fleeing The Saigon high command said Sunday at
a Viet Cong onslaught which felled the key least 90,000 civilians and soldiers have fled for dead homeless VietsSAIGON
city of Da Nang. Da Nang by air and sea in the last six days.
South Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister They joined hundreds of thousands of others read
Phan Quang Dan appealed for United fleeing the Communist advances in the (UPI)- American air crews who Vice President Brian Cooke a message to
Nations intervention and a ceasefire to allow northern and central provinces. new the last evacuation flights out of Da Nang the crewmen from its senior Vice President
feeding and evacuation of about 1.2 million Daniel Parker, AID.director whom Ford attended an Easter mass Sunday for refugees David Mendelsohn in Oakland Calif.
homeless. named to 'coordinate the relief effort said from the fallen city and for those who Referring to the dramatic evacuation flight
Officials the Agency for InternationalDevelopment Sunday the North Vietnamese.should "stand didn't make it. Saturday out of Da Nang when Capt. Ken
said the loss of Da Nang would down their offensive to allow the evacuation\ of There were no refugees at the mass, said by Healy of Forty Worth. ,Tex., and San
not prevent the U.S. from carrying out a 'these refugees." Rev. Louis Roberts* of Montreal in the Leandro Calif.flew an overload Boeing 727
mercy mission ordered by President Ford Parker predicted there soon would be courtyard garden of a Jesuit school. to Saigon despite damages caused by a hand
Saturday. enough vessels in the South China Sea sent by But World Airways President Ed Daley and grenade explosion the message said:
They said the first ship was expected to countries and private firms to complete an most of the members of eight World crews. "All here in Oakland share my feeling of
anchor off the Vietnamese coast Monday and evacuation if ,military forces permit it. who have been flying evacuation flights from great pride and respect All our prayers are
it would pick up refugees who find their own Early congressional reaction to U.S. Da Nang and Nha Trang as well as supplyruns with you... Please remember the words of St.
ways out of Da Nang to the South China Sea. evacuation aid was generally favorable,' to the beleagured Cambodian capital of Francis 'God grant me the serenity to accept
"Until we learn the exact status of Da Nang although most congressmen cautioned that Phnom Phen, attended the late afternoonmass. the things I cannot change the courage to
there is little more we can say right now U.S, troops must not get actively involved in change the things I can and the wisdom to
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except that the plan is going forward to get battle. After the service, the airways' Executive know the difference.
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SPRINGS CAI IF. (UPI) President Ford has "":""."" ,,,.,'

asked Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger to stay in his post
Faisal assassin throughout the current presidential term and Kissinger has
agreed. White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen said


judged sane Sunday.Nessen told newsmen Ford met Kissinger in the White
House Oval Office early last week and said "I would like you
to stay on until at least the end of this term. It is my desire."
RIYADH (UPI) The Saudi Prince who assassinated Kissinger replied, "That also is my desire," Nessen told a
King Faisal has been judged sane by doctors! and soon will be news conference in this millionaires' resort where Ford was
tried under Islammic law for his crime and executed if opening a nine day working vacation clouded by reports of the

convicted, a government spokesman said Sunday.The Communist capture of Da Nang.
traditional form of execution in Saudi Arabia is Ford staying wwth his wife in a $l00)( -a-day rented house

beheading with a scimitar in a public square, although was getting some information from Kissinger and the ,
execution by firing squad has been more common in recent National Security Council in Washington on the Indochina f
years. situation Nessen said. He said Kissinger told him Sunday
But Saudi legal experts said that inview of the stature of morning he will fly to Palm Springs to join the President late :,;\1\

the victim they expected the court to opt for the more Thursday or Friday.Administration '.'; :;
traditional and spectacular form of punishment for the sources and newspapers have speculatedthat ..'..... e /
assassin Prince Faisal Bin Musaed. Kissinger was disgruntled at events which have undermined .. ik .
....,.)
Prince Nayef Bin Abdel Aziz Saudi minister of state for his diplomatic efforts in such places as Indochinaand ..''r..
internal affairs, said doctors who examined the prince have the Midde East. According to these reports the Nobel ......:\( ..
concluded he is sane and should be held mentally responsible Peace Prize winner once hailed as "Super K" was thinking of
lor shooting Faisal in his royal court Tuesday on the anniversary resigning.It .
of the prophet Mohammed's birthday. was Kissinger who engineered two years ago the signingof
Officials who witnessed the killing said at the time that the the Paris peace accords on Vietnam, clearing the way for
prince appeared to be deranged when he walked up to Faisal U.S. military withdrawal from Vietnam. Sunday, the White -- -
pulled a pistol from beneath his robe and fired at point blank House telephones and telex carried Ford news of the fall of Da HENRY KISSINGER
range. Nang South Vietnam's second largest city and major port. .disgruntled? I



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STUART EMMRICH enough positions for the College of Educationto offered this summerALTHOUGH tu w {r rA rY

Alligator Staff Writer insure that students who are planning on WILLIAMS agreed with

graduating this summer are able to take,the Bryan that the "number one priority" was
Although the UF summer quarter classes they need. making sure seniors would be able to

enrollment is expected to increase approximately The summer budget announced to graduate on time, he said the college would

10 per cent the current funding academic deans last Wednesday is a not know until later this week if all the needed
crunch has caused UF officials to cut the modification of an earlier budget that cut classes would be offered. '

summer budget by, 25 per cent. teaching positions 25 per cent. Bryan said the summer budget, if.no. A

Curtailment of summer research will EDUCATION OFFICIALS had said the 25 changes had to be made for education, should .o 6 r" sn' y4

alleviate the problem somewhat but teaching percent cut in teaching positions would mean cause' no major problems for the other .f'

positions will still be approximately 17 per that not enough professors would be available colleges all of which experienced 17 per cent

cent less than last summer, to teach the classes for graduating seniors. cuts in teaching positions.A .

ROBERT BRYAN, interim vice presidentfor Bryan then modified the budget to special allocation of$4,000 was providedfor

academic affairs said he realized that the eliminate research and lessen the cut of University College for their ,summer

cuts would result in larger classes and fewer teaching positions. registration and advising program.

course offerings than expected, but added he Emmett Williams, associate dean of the UF Registrar Louis Voyles said he expecteda

was '"optimistic" that there would. be no education college, said the education 10 per cent, increase in summer enrollment, ROBERT BRYAN

major problems. department chairmen had not yet examinedthe but said the figure was just an estimate and I Isurplus
Bryan said his main concern was providing budget to decide what courses would be could go as high as 15 per cent.Activity ., .cuts summer teaching 17 per cent

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By DAVID KLEIN money.
Alligator Managing Editor Sherman said mittee had $2.5

million to allocn: 975-76 fiscal year
The Activity and Service Fee
Advisory almost $200,0001.. would have had if
i ,
yt Committee (ASFAC) final
approved funding
K the Board of R, v _d not included a
recommendations Sunday which included -.
no reduction in the A' and Service fee from
merit salary increases for service
career $2.27 per student to $2.14 per student in its
employes and administrative and professional
proposed tuition hike.
personnel.However.
TilE $2.5 MILLION total is based on thisyear's
committee $99,224be
requested projected enrollment, and the regents'
held in a reserve fund in case the state
$2.14 proposal, according to Sherman.
legislature orders employe merit raises for the
According to the final ASFAC recom-
1975-76 fiscal
year. mendations, the 'money, minus the $99,000
ASFAC IS A seven-member advisory
reserve fund, will be distributed as follows:
committee responsible for to
recommending
.Student Health Services to receive
the student senate the allocation of
activityand
,
$590,039, a decrease of $24,356 from last
service fee
money. year, with a request from ASFAC that servicesat
The committee set last when
was up year a the infirmary not be cut back, and chargesnot
.. new Florida law gave Student Government
-. be increased. Student Health Services
photo by george kochonlcc jr. control over the $2.5 million fee money. received $614,395 last year.
Traffic swamped the beach areas this Easter UF President Robert Q., Marston can veto
.SO to receive $517,372, an increase of
L as. weekend as students and tourists caught the last rays ASFAC, recommendations if he then $50,139 over last year, including a $9.550 cut

of spring vacation. At Daytona Beach, cars almost reallocates the money to either Student in the Distinguished Professor Chair
Health Services, the Athletic Association
|resort seemed to outnumber people. While dune buggiescut help off bonds. or to program. According to ASFAC member,Sue

doughnuts 'In the gleaming sand, vans and pay Cline, this would be money normally used to
THE $99,224 in the salary reserve fund
flocked like lemmings to 'the sea. co-sponsor "distinguished" professors with
campers would be sufficient to 5.25 cent
cover a per
other organizations, and would leave untouched
increase for which
salary organizations
the primary of hiring one
,requested funds for wage hikes. celebrated professor program each SG ''
Cheat suspects graduate The three organizations which will have received $467,233 last quarter. '
year.
funds held in reserve in case the legislature
.The Union to receive $882,677, a decrease '
orders a salary increase are:
By STUART EMMRICH the Honor Court have been dropped againstany .I. Wayne Reitz Union $333,597 held in of $3,597 from last year, including between
Alligator Staff Writer students, but explained a student could reserve. $30,000 and .$35,000 for a checkcashingreserve :

graduate even though charged with an Honor .Student Health Services $61,022 held in fund. The final figure will be approved
Court offense.If before Tuesday's senate meeting. Formerly,

Some students charged with cheating by a graduating student is later found to reserve..SG, $4,605 held in reserve.If the Union had $23,000 in its check cashing

the UF Honor Court were allowed to graduatelast have committed an Honor Court offense, the legislature mandates a salary increase fund. The Union received $886,274,1ast year.

quarter,even though a pending court suit Denson said some action could be taken by ASFAC would give this money back to .Athletic Association to receive $347.876

has halted the final determination of their UF, but- refused to discuss what could be each of these organizations to help pay for the for athletic scholarships a decrease of $630)
from last year, with a request from ASFAC
innocence. done.
guilt or raises. Otherwise, ASFAC, will not fund any
However, other charged students who were One possibility discussed by Denson last salary increases this that women's athletics not be cut before other

planning on graduating in March were quarter was to let the student graduate, but THE STATE BUDGET year. recommended by areas in.the athletic budget. ASFAC will also

prevented from doing'' so by the Office of hold his transcripts until a final deter, Gov. Reubin Askew includes no salary raises request the Athletic Association to urge the

Student Affairs, but.UF officials have refusedto mination of involvement is made., for state personnel. National Collegiate Athletic Association to

release the exact number of students who ONLY 16 OF the 63 students charged were According to ASFAC coordinator Greg ,give more scholarships based'on financial l

,were either prevented or allowed to graduate.. able to have a hearing before the injunction Sherman if no raises are approved by the need rather than merit. The Athletic

ROB DENSON director of ,student halting Honor Court hearings was issued by legislature, the reserve will be reallocated asft. Association received $348,506 last year.
conduct, said it "inappropriate" to Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green. All were .College Councils to receive $84,000. an

release the numbers but refused to elaborate.. found guilty and assigned E's and penalty increase of nearly 12,000 over last year, givenin

'" Denson said the policy to not release the hours. One student was also suspended for two categories. $70,000 will be given to

numbers was agreed upon by Arthur San- three quarters. each: college council on a per capital basis

deen. vice president for academic affairs and An appeal of the injunction has been filed depending on the number of students in the

President Robert 0.. Marston. by UF, but a date has not been set. UF officials : : ollege. The remaining $14,000 will be givento
Denson said the decision to let some of the have'said they expected the case,to be ..' the Board of College Councils to distributeas

students graduate was made after con. heard in April. they see fit.

'sultations with UF officials' and the students In a related matter, a UF student was ; IN ADDITION, ASFAC allocated $14.000
involved. caught breaking into a professor's office in ;" '; :'i: to.pay for student identification cards for new

HONOR COURT Chancellor Robert Bartram Hall during, finals week' allegedly. 1. students This funding is contingent on the

Harris and Atty. Gen." Scott: Knox were also searching for' an exam. .4 identification,cards having.words printed on

involved in the closed consultations. PETER VLCEK 3AS was arrested and ': them showing the card was subsidized by
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Harris said he was in "basic agreement charged with breaking and entering. He was activity and service fees.

with the decisions made by Student Affairs. sent to the Alachua County Adult Detention The recommendations will go before the

Knox could not be reached for comment Center and released the next day, accordingto 4,' i senate Tuesday night for approval. They must
,Sunday. Jim Shuler. University Police DepartmentUPD .; be passed in final form on two readings in
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Denson said the closed meetings were not ( ) information, officer. JIr'i order to gain final:approval. ,

in violation of the .injunction becaause they Shuler said the matter _was still under ... _.. .'..n'.... .._. ._... .. _.__...:._..._..,._. _. The recommendations must then be ap.
were not 'formal hearings. }investigation by UPD and Vlcek's name had SUE CLINE proved by Sherman, Student Body President

HE ADDED that none of the.63 charges by also been turned over to Denson's office. ... .ASFAC member Steve Merryday and Marston.
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I Profs protest .UC evaluationBy ---' ',w ,

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JANET PARK Trickey said the "simple dismissals" of the committee's ,Candifference
Alligator Staff Writer morale findings "affronted the dignity and honesty of this

committee. as a- body-wc're supposed to effect change from
below." priBsfmallB

Members of the Senate Professional Relations and Standards "You can have evidence up to your nose. You can generatedata
Committee may resign because "we've been told in essence until next holy week, but when that team rejects that a
our competency is neither high nor useful to the university," data" the committee has lost its effectiveness Trickey said.

one member said. ?
Dr. Sam Trickey, UF associate professor of physics, said he

suggested the mass resignations to protest the rejection of the Huerta ticketas
committee's University College (UC)faculty morale survey by on In Italy in the 1800's a
the outside evaluation team. poor priest met a boy of'the
THE COMMITTEE voted to table the resignation proposaland streets.At that time there were
postpone further discussion of its reaction to the outside VP candidate thousands of such boys In-
Turin..,hungry. homeless' and
evaluation.Dr. .
John Silber, president of Boston University, Dr, James By STUART EMMRICH without hope.
But what could one priestdo
McCain, president of Kansas State University and Dr. Eric Alligator Staff Writer ? Without money. Without
Goldman, Rollins professor of history at Princeton University Student Body presidential candidate Alyce McAdam announced support. Without even a
conducted the team evaluation on Feb. 17th and 18th. Friday that her party would voluntarily limit their building to house them.
They interviewed UF faculty members, administrators and campaign spending to $2,000 and Challenged other can But Father John Bosco did make a difference. He foundedthe
students in UC to determine faculty morale and the attitudesof didates to do the same. first community that was dedicated primarily to youth. Witha
the people they interviewed toward UC Dean Bob Burton McAdam also announced that Bubba Huert., former UF program of play learn and pray he brought the boys from the
Brown.A baseball player and organizer of the "Gator Clinics for a streets back to God and gave them a means of earning their
LIST OF inconsistencies between the Senate committee Cause," would run on her Florida Student Party ticket as living.From such humble beginnings a movement began that
world.. movement that has
now reaches around the a touchedthe
morale findings and the evaluation team report will be vice-presidential candidate. .
lives of millions of youngsters -the children of
prepared and presented to UF President Robert Q. Marston, McADAM SAID her running mates for Honor Court St.John Bosco.

along with a request for! him to discuss the list with the chancellor and Traffic Court chief justice would be announced Today over 22,000 Saleslans carry on his work In 73
committee at its next meeting. later this week. countries.A family of community-minded men who help to builda
The results of the survey that prompted Marston to order McAdam and treasurer candidate Greg Sherman an better world by preparing young boys lobe good citizens for
the outside evaluation "seem to have been discounted" nounced their candidacy for the April 16 elections last both God and country. Saleslans serve as teachers coaches,
committee chairman Dr. Gardiner Myers said. quarter. counselors,parish priests and missionaries.You see,one priestcan
Both the committee survey and that of the "inside Florida Student Party candidates have been the only make a big difference.

evaluation time", composed of UC faculty members, were candidates to announce yet, but'more are expected to announce
conducted anonymously. this week. Qualifying for the elections ends this r----------,

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which rated UC morale "poor" and the UC administration CHARGING that past "exorbitant campaigns" have I Brothers,mall this coupon to: I
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Committee member Dr. Wallace Nelson proposed Huerta, 4JM, formerly held a student cabinet position as I car _
changing the UF constitution to delete responsibility for .Director of Athletics and is a member of Florida Blue Key. ". I
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Block: and Bridle meeting tonight in McCarty and interested in 'dance performance and
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Dr. Alligator Associate Editor associate dean of the UF graduate school; Dr. open on both sides. That includes students biochemistry from Cornell in 1950 and a Ph.-
Dorothy Arata, the first of five "ex- Robert Bryan, interim vice president of too." D in biochemistry from the University of
ternal"
candidates interviewed for the post of academic affairs; Dr. Thomas Cole, dean for Arata advised UF to "put resources where Wisconsin in 1956.
UF'vice president of academic affairs, said instructional services; Dr. Frederick King, our strengths are." She said becaase
UF should move toward more interdisciplinary chairman of the UF department of agriculture is strong in the state of Florida The next "external" candidate to be Interviewed
programs and face the time of neuroscience; and Dr. John F. Gerber, IFAS should be supported. is Dr. Robert Landen, dean of the
cutbacks with optimism. director of the center for environmental ASKED WHETIIER students should have college of social and behavioral sciences at the

The" original list of 26 candidates has been programs in the Institute of Food and influence in UF decision-making. Arata said, University of South Carolina.
cut to 10, including five from within UF and Agriculture Sciences (IFAS). "thewider the spectrum of input," the better The search and screening committee will

five outside candidates. Arata, assistant provost at Michigan State it is for the institution. "One has to look for a conduct the open interview of Landen todayat
ALL OF THE "inside" candidates were University, met the UF search and screening maximum amount of flexibility without a 1:30 in room 264 Grinter Hall.
interviewed by the search and screening committee Thursday. low !in overall quality."

committee during spring vacation. Asked what some of her goals would be, if Arata has been at Michigan State since Budgetfrom'

The five."internal" candidates interviewed hired, she said, "the chief academic officer's 1957. She_received .a B.S. degree from Pratt

Marstonfrom ( page one)

UNIVERSITY SYSTEM planners and

legislators are watching monthly tallies of
( page one) EXPLAINING THAT the economy mightnot Whether UF is able to obtain more funds state revenues to guide them in making the

get much better for some time, Marston than proposed by Askew depends on the budget, but for the past two months revenues
stressed UF had to deal with that possibilitynow existence of additional sources of revenue have been below even the revised estimates,
and make the necessary changes, which Marston said.' calculated after the recession set in.
the percentage of faculty members that has to might include elimination of entire programs "We will try to do the best we can with whatwe

teach fulltime. he warned that cutbacks in that have low enrollment.His have and we can probably only expect York said he will push for a "contingency

research could mean the loss of some federal immediate concern is to try and get modest increases in the budget" Marston appropriation" from the legislature which

funds, compounding UF's financial 'increases in the state university system budgetfor said.BUT would give the universities extra money if
problems. next year so that some of the more drastic IF THE governor's budget is passed state revenues increase by the end of the year.If .
Despite all the funding problems loomming measures would not have to be taken without with no increases for education Marston saidit
that does not happen and Askew'sbudget
ahead, Marston insists things are not all bad. further planning, Marston said. "would do'damage to the universities that
is followed fairly closely for the
The financial crisis will force UF to take a Marston said he was going to specifically\ could be permanent."It .
universities, York said, the real income of the
close look at its programs and might spur ,request some special nonrecurring funds be would destroy things that have been faculty member 'would be reduced
needed reorganization, he said. appropriated for the library, and funds be built up"over the years," he argued. average
eight cent, and overall purchasing
"We have to look very seriously at allocated to restore some faculty positions and Marston said he would "encourage" per powerof
the universities would decline. 13 cent
significant and major reorganization. We graduate fellowships. students and faculty to contact their per
next
have to do a better job in research, educationand MARSTON SAID he was also going to ask legislators about the proposed cuts in year.

service and decrease administrative that salary increases for state employes be the education. Marston said he also hoped "This can result in nothing but a further
overhead and increase efficiency," Marston first consideration in case tax revenues for alumni would actively lobby for some in deterioration in quality of university
said. next year are higher than expected. creases. programs," York told senators last week.




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will all hang separately." Ben Franklin.

Higher education seems to be taking a beatingall r ..;
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over the world.In ,
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Great Britain, the National l Union of .: )I.>,I .!,''>"I'101'",.,;,

Students, concerned over government un l' ,, ,? ;.;:<:? .
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derfunding, recently provided its 484,000 students .' ". \I. ','11'". :
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with a guide for occupying administration !' '.,
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buildings in protest. '. .....--,.

While the occupations have yet to materialize, '.!'
the reaction is indicative of a growing tide of --, :!"./

world-wide student discontent with their (

governments and administrations. ;.
.Universities in both Spain and Kenya were

closed for periods early this year following student

demonstrations for greater participation in

academic decisions. ......
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.Malaysia has been torn with well-planned

student riots over that country's inflation and

unemployment rate. '
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.Frustration over a lack of civil liberties in Peru ...; .,:::,:: ::: :::: ::':::": --

has led to rioting by students and their professors.

sin past months, student demonstrations have

shaken universities in Chile Egypt, Turkey,

Pakistan and, Portugal. the
Stop waste now
.And at UF last quarter a few hundred students

gathered for a planned, orderly protest against .

faculty cutbacks and a proposed tuition hike. What in the world are we paying for? Are we paying to sit in I
At least a handful of those who gathered at the lecture halls with 200 other students busily scribbling notes? JOHN DOMENECH

Plaza, and later in President Marston's office, Oh, I know, we're paying for the professors to diligently seek
promised to continue the fight for quality out new research material in order to get tenure. Or, perhaps, GUEST COLUMNIST
we're supposed to paying for an education.I'm .
education in Florida's State University System.We .
almost certain we're paying for an education, but lately
hope more than a handful become involved some warnings have been drifting around indicating the tuition hike,only the Florida Legislature can stop it.
however, because all signs are pointing to some contrary. Those students familar with the legislature realize these
pretty rough times ahead for higher education in FOR INSTANCE, graduate assistantships have been cut, rates will go into effect. Why? Because our elected State
Florida. professor layoffs, larger tlassroom sizes, graduate fellowships Senators and Representatives must vote.on the issue, and if
all but disbanded, and finally an increase tuition rates. they do not vote at all,the rates go into effect.IF .
SUS
E.T. York estimatesthat
Chancellor-Designate The BOR (Board of Regents) has recently approved the THESE NEW RATES will indeed better my education
with higher enrollment and rising inflation, following tuition hikes: $14 per credit hour for lower division then I will condone such an increase. If the rates will not be a
the SUS needs about $35 million more than this courses, $15 for upper division, and a whopping $20 per hour betterment 'to my education (as indicators predict), then I

year just "to stand still." for you grad students. \ cannot agree with such worthless. ridiculous, unproductive
But Gov. Askew's recommended budget for But this is not the final tuition hike, more are proposed for tuition hike.Therefore.
the future. In fact, all students in the Florida Educational I am calling on,all students to protest this increase -
higher education next $229.5 million, is less
year System will eventually. pay 30 percent of the cost of our tuition rates by holding back out tuition money until
than $100,000 over this year's expenditures.The education. the last day.This will not require a great sacrifice as we do not
Askew budget would necessitate cutbacksor BUT WHAT GOOD will these hikes do? Will they make have to stand in long lines. We can mail the fees in on Friday
outright elimination in faculty positions, the classroom size smaller. Hell no, they'll do nothing but the 11th of April. I do not guarantee results, but at least it is
student assistants, graduate fellowships, grants-in- make the students or his parents to shell out more funds, to somewhere to start.Pat .
aid and other areas. pay for an even poorer, education.Gov. .
Reubin Askew has recently proposed an $84 million
Faculty cutbacks could result in 250 fewer dollar budget cut .for next year's operating expenses.
academic positions statewide, and as many as 100 And yet,faced with these budget reductions, the BOR finds Q
fewer faculty at UF alone. enough funds to build a $6 million parking lot at the Med
This will invariably result in overcrowdedclasses Center. And to top this off, two more are proposed and one of
these will be built in the next few months.
and cancellation of some courses and GOOD JOB BOR,but had you ever thought of putting this
academic programs.To wasted money back into the educational system? (Maybe this

make matters worse, the Board of Regentshas way the tuition rates could stay where they are, or perhapsmore
grad assistants could be hired.) Well,.obviously not, as CU1f
prepared a tuition hike for next year, and
your BOR recent decisions imply. It appears as though
students in the fall may actually find themselves priorities such as parking lots, mass seating facilities, and
paying more for an inferior education. .even a swimming pool for President Marston's mansion seem
Maybe nothing can improve the lot of the SUS to be more important than an education for students.But .
the real clincher is since the BOR has authorized the sans a
next year but we're willing to bet 27,000, students,
UFs estimated enrollment for this quarter, could

make some impact on a vote-conscious legislature.But .

will they? The Independent Cunningham David a.ln

Last quarter The Alligator, and .FSU's paper, Editor-In-Chi.F Monagl"9 Editor

the Flambeau, ran a letter from State Sen. Robert Florida Alligator .
Graham, chairman of the Senate Education ,

Committee who is actively seeking student imput.. c111 Q"eaw MlndlKelmon .Donna kugman
and suggestions. EJJ. News editor Layout Editor
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When last checked with the senator however
we R.A. Tony I.ndzior . . ,. ., . . . . . .G.nerol Manager
responses had, been slim. James V. Cook . .. . . . ,Assistant General Manager Published byMrs.
When the legislature convenes next week it faces Evelyn list . . .: ." " .Administratlvo Assistant:. 'w" eAnn.Molphurs
in overcrowded . ,.t..J..H\.t" :... . . .BookkHp., Can tnwCr.rtminuratkngvlnr. !
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and judicial reforms. Some legislators may have a Tom MacNamara '. .I.,... .. . . . . Accountant ,P.01.80x 13266 University
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We: can. only hope for some strong student Lynda Homier f, ':4t '; .,!.. f; ; .' '.' .Advertising Production Manager 8 Edito.II Of'I' phone: 37"4446.
efforts remind them that the 100,000or Jim Esposito, . . .. .Editorial Production al oeportmen': 36NLynn .
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EDITOR For those new. students who are CAPITAL GAINS PLAN For those of
entering the University of Florida, I'm sure you who can afford up to $240.00 per grade,
you have been snowed about the virtues of the skip all of the above, do'not attend classes, do
Flagship University. Inspite of all you have not buy books, and party as much as possible.
heard, the Flagship DOES have barnaclesand There are numerous people (receiving low
is hardly floating on a sea of integrity. wages)who have access to changing grades on
Needless to say, ignore the propaganda andlet's the computers permanently. For the
bf pragmatic and deal with the ever- university to crosscheck any of these per
I recurring topic: of finances and grades, the manent changes would cost 510,000100 ,in
"necessary" evils. To survive the university, it computer time so don't worry about being
is necessary to follow a game plan so here it is: caught later. Just decide what type of GPA
.SHQRT TERM PLAN If you are one of you want get your cash together, and
the more affluent members of the student' customize your transcript..
body, hen invest in a master key to your Lastly if you hear the rap about the Honor
college (Business Administration and Code, do NOT let it phase you because it is an
Zoology keys are readily available). idealist hoax which allows the administrationto
A rrjaster key, although it is more costly, point the linger at students for cheating
has a dual investment value: first, it will not while administrative functions are i ignored.
subjeej you to price inconsistencies and exam (PSSST: THE EMPEROR HAS NO
shortages in the black market and second, as CLOTHES. .)
competition increases over the next few years,
the price of the master key should rise and Well good luck from a
!1 give.: you a handsome return on your initial HIGHLY RELIABLE SOURCE IN
investment. THE HONOR COURT AGENTS

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including editorials in your pistol is a defensive weapon... horror of weapons of any sort,
newspaper, indicate that we Its capability for offensive this category has become so r
are in for another round of action is poor, as its range is vague as to be meaningless." v
anti-gun propaganda. I short, its power is low, and its IT SEEMS TO ME that the v 1 rr. 4t'
believe this is a misdirected technique difficult... An Constitution and especiallythat
effort. What we need is crime intelligent man does not portion called the Bill of
control, not gun control, since attack with a pistol. The'fact Rights, is a rather fragile
99.9 per cent of the gun- that criminals are not in- thing that needs all the
owners in this country are telligent men sometimes leadsto support it can get. Yet we
peaceful and law abiding use of inappropriate tools, frequently see the news media HUM RAINY SEASg4 AR !JEQ..EARLIER TI tAN 1_ ..'iN0(1&H'r.ECpJRT ( .
people. but, .we need not draw trying to abolish the Second
I would like to quote falacious conclusions from Amendment while they try 8J
several passages from this... If no man ever at. just as hard to bolster up the
"Cooper on Hand Guns," a tacked another, there wouldbe First. Gentlemen the thingis
recent work by Mr. Jeff no need for defensive of a piece. If legislators of .
Cooper, a noted authority on armament. But man is as he any level can pass laws unduly
defensive hand gunning.REGARDING 'is mainly well meaning regulating gun ownership,
WEAPONSin but occasionally fiendish. So and the courts uphold these
general "Man is often we have defensive armamentto laws: then they can pass laws
defined as the tool-bearing protect the innocent censoring the news.
animal .In the hands of against' the guilty. That is the As a matter of fact, one
criminals they. are tools of primary purpose of the could make a pretty good case
evil. In the hands of the free pistol." for such censorship, in the I
and decent citizen, they Regarding "Saturday Night light of some of the
should be the tools of Specials" "The term irresponsible reporting that
liberty ,they amplify the 'Saturday Night Special' was goes on nowadays. In other
capabilities of both the good once used facetiously, butw words, Gentlemen of the
man and the bad. and to ith a certain explicitness, to. Press take care that in
exactly the same degree, describe a particular form of abridging my rights, your own
having no will of their own. cheap, double-action pocket are not abridged also. We
Thus we must regard them as' revolver-usually a five-shot, don't have a gun problem, a
servants, not masters and top-break, nickle-plated .32. hand gun problem, or a
good, servants of good The term has recently been "Saturday Night Special":
men. i.An unarmed man can taken up by hoplophobic problem. We have a crime "NERD tt GO UTTLE FELLA..E :.u.oYl- "
only flee from evil and evil is politicians and journalists to problem. .
kind of Why not attack the real
not overcome by fleeing fromit. describe almost any
t ." hand gun they don't like. problem? au
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t 1975 letter from Richard Engineers and Businessmen. should be paid for their
.. production if this is to remaina
capitalistic equal opportunity -
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." like to point out to Mr.
Rubin that at the present
Florida Alligator
\1 time, we do not have a

Gory Iolonoff capitalistic equal opportunity
( En..rtolnm.nt.SSlloDrop Editor r AMOCIO* Editor. system. In tact what we haveis
a mixed economy in which
Georg. Koctloni.c Jr. economic: advantage is gainednot .J ,
Photo Editor by ability but through
political influence and
Cit.g For.., Aut.Tom N.w.Shrod.r Editor government regulation. 'NE.LLO..IACQl1E J? 16 THAT VILLAOMTH8 FRENCH RMERA READYET?- !
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NON CREDIT I ANDPAINHNO AND TERRARIUMCONSTRUCTION SATIK'1
Ut1/Ct1EJ/ {! Wed April 'It-June

t...*. Aprill$May 21 2 00-4 00pm
CPek 7.30-9 30p.m. INSTRUCTORImdoDony :
okMtng[ INSTRUCTORgoonarUignliler. ,
$20 00 Student

ants COURSESRegistration $1 J 00 Student., $22 00 Non Student,
$20: .00 Non.SludtnllCQNTIMPOIIAIV CERAMICS

WITCHCRAfT Tue* April IS.June 3

Se/ues/ [ SORCERY AND MAGIC JO.3:30:: : p m.

for all workshops and lessons will take place in Room Tate April !5-Moy 27 INSTRUCTOR.Dorothy .
Sterling
7 30-9 30pm
330 from 9:00: a.m. to 4;00 p.m., March 3 i through tprilll. INSTRUCTORDikkl $70.00 Student

Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union Students, faculty and staff member and their spouses will have .Jo Mullen $26 00 Non Student. ,

and Student Government priority forl.sson.nrollm.ntfrom March 31 through April 4. Only $15.00$10.00 Non Student.Student.* CERAMICS

after. !this time will registration be open to other persons. T...*. April IS-June3

Due to price and registration differentials will be necessary that YOGA I 730-9 30pm. h

Thursday, April 3 "Bread and Roses"Women' each person come to register with appropriate Identification. Mon April I"May. 26 Sony INSTRUCTOR Undquivt:

( Theatre) Enrollment for Individual classes Is limited and, therefore, on a 230-4: 30pm.INSTRUCTOR: moo Student I

Sunday, April 6 Daniel Heifetz in first-come, first-served basis. Persons may only register for kath...."'-my S26.00 Non SlucItnll
themselves. $10.00 Student
Concert $15" 00 Non Student. CERAMICS
Because registration for all workshops and lessons is limited we Wed. April '''June 4

Sunday, April 20 Jeffrey Solow in must consider your decision to .nroll final by 4;00 p.m. the YOGA I 7:>>'. p.m.""

Concert working day preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will Mon Apra 14May. 267:3Q.:30 INSTRUCTORBetty UndouWSZOOOSludenH:

Sunday April 27 The Florida only be made under these circumstances.THIAtTOrtONSAI : : p.m.INSTRUCTOR:

Symphony Orchestra Scoria Johan $76 00 Nan.Shdenn I
10.00 Student
Non Swd.nb CERAMIC
$15.00 -
GROW YOUI OWN Thun. April' 17.June S
(Organic Gord.nin9)) 130-3: .30pm.
YOGA
*
Tuct.April '15-May 27 Thun.ApriM7may2 730-f: .npm. Tua April ISMay 27 INSTRUCTORDorothy ; t
75309530 10'00.",,-'12 noon Starling
p.m. INSTKUCTORSlon : $JO.00 Student
INSTRUCTORTiny : INSTRUCTORRandall :
Pollock 126 00 Non Sludonll
Oovli $10.00 Student RoH.
CONCERT I''5.00 Student $1S.00 Non-Student. 10.00 Student OtArTSURVtY
SJO: .00 Non.Student* $1 I SOO Noll-Studenll
Mon. April ''- unp 2
7 >>' ,
:
:30pm
SCHEDULEThe ASTtaOCYIThur GUITAR I YOGA
*. April 17-May 29 Mon. April !14Moy 26 Wed April 16-May 2* INSTRUCTORUndaDorty :
7.30-9 30 p.m. 100.700 p m. 230-4: ::30 pm
$20.00 Student
INSTRUCTORDikUJoMullon: INSTRUCTORPater : INSTRUCTORScarlatJohnion:
Department of Music EinhomiaOOStudenti $26.00 Non-Stwdent

31000 Student. $ $10.00 Student
I''5.00 Non.Student $1$.00 Non.Student $15.00 Non Student. BMSROIDaV
Mon April '''Moy S

and the J. Wayne Reitz Union ASTROLOGY '- GUITAR I YOGA) 7:30-9.30pm,
Wed April 16-Moy 28 Thun. April 17.May 29 Wed April, '16-May 21 INSTRUCTORVirginia :
7::30-9:30pm, 7:>>'.30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR 7::>>'.30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR W-
INSTRUCTORDavMCachran: : : $7.00 Student.
April 8 WOMEN'S CHORALE AND MEN'S GLEE Tom MoniIMy h..ati'" 'tnthow II 00 Non-Student
10.00' Student $10.00 Student.SI5 $10.00 Student.
CLUB $HOP Non Student 00 Non Student $15 00 Non.Student.VOGAI BWBROIDatV
Mon May '2June27:3Q..3O
15 RORIDA WOODWIND QUINTET HVHTRING1ANJO GUITAR p.m.

22 UNIVERSITY CHAMBER PLAYERS (ginning) Mon. April UMoy V Thun. April 17 May 29 INSTRUCTORVirginia :
Mon. April 14-May 26 $00-700pm: : 0:00: a."' .'12 NoonINSTRUCTOR Solomon
29 UNIVERSITY SYMPHONIC BAND 7JO.:30p.m.:: : INSTRUCTOR: : $7.00 Student
WSTRUCTORGollGiltapia: Gail GlII.I. Scar/N/ Johnson $8.00 Non-Studontt
$10.00 Student. $10.00 Student.
May 6 UNIVERSITY CHAMBER SINGERS 10.00' Student I'''.00 Non-Student $1$.00 Non.Student. JEWEUY CASTING
11'00 Non- $....... Thun. April>> 17.JunaS
13 UNIVERSITY CHOIR. CLAUICALGUITAXSeglnnlng YOGA I 2 00-4.00pm.
16 UNIVERSITY JAZZ BANDS nVtrTRINOIAfUOSpinning' ( ) Thun.April 17 May 29 INSTRUCTORHope :
( ) T.....April IKWoy 27 .500.700pm: While
18 RENAISSANCE ENSEMBLE Tuei April$-May 27 7:>>'.30p.", INSTRUCTOR, (ISOOSlwdenl*
7:309:30: : p.m.INSTRUCTOR. INSTRUCTOR: Both Raalhow. $24 00 Non Student
20
UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAJune
: ChoHlelu* 110.00 Student
Tom Motri.-y $10.00 Student $I I.00 Noll-Studenll JIWUVCATrNO
$10.00 Student $1100 Non-$Iud.nh Thun.April 17.June S
3 FLORIDA BAROQUE ENSEMBLE SHOO Noll-SIucIoon.. YOGA I 7.>>'.Wpm.

MAUAGI Thun.April 17 May 29 INSTRUCTORMope ;
SRIOGII Wad April It-May 21 7:30-9 30p.m.INSTRUCTOR While
W.d.April It-May 2t S. -7:00: p.m : SI'$00 Student
730930p.mINSTRUCTOR". INSTRUCTORJametNelion: Randall RoH. I $34.00 NonStudent.JCWaUV .
$10.00 Student. .*
Sfflfflffl Adrian DDMlI $10.00 Student $I 1.00 Nan.Student. CONSTRUCTION
$10.00, Student.SIS.OQNonSlvdenn. $I IS.OOr4onStudfnHMBtTAnON (leginntng)
Roten Galleries TOGA Man\ ; April 14-June 2

Tua.Aprill-May27 1 130130pm.
Sale tnocfH (Seglnnlng) $00-7.00pm.' INSTRUCTORUndoDarfy :
Exhibit and Thun. April 17.May 29 Tu...April, IS-Moy 27 INSTRUCTOR.Randall .
730-9:: ::30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR 7:3at: p.m. Rofla Sit 00 SIud.....
April 23J. : INSTRUCTOR: $10.00 Student $24 00 No"Student.
Alden Down Mote Molcolll *
\\TUor :'ud oM
$10,00 Student $10.00 Student. HOMIIAITINDtNG JEWELRY CONSTRUCTION
S1S.OO Non-Stud.nls $1900 Non.Student .
'Intermediate,
Reitz Union M April It-May 16
Wayne CHOSITUM 70D-S30pm.: I Tut. April 1 IS June 373o93Opm
MIMI
:
April ISMay 27 Mon. April' 14-May 26 INSTRUCTORobOoucttta: INSTRUCTOR:
Print Sale 730.930pm: : 7:30.9:30: : .
INSTRUCTOR: p.m.INSTRUCTOR $,5.00 Student.MOMISAtTSNOINO. I Undo Doily
Michael Sort : 120.00 Non......... $1100 Student
Jon SdIwtm b.Ak
S24 nn i '.n
May8f&9INDIAN $10.00 SIud..... $10.00 Student.
$IS.OO Non-Student 15.00' Non,Siud.nisNUOINTANDSARGNLLO
Mon.April UMoy 12 MACRAM1Mon
CMOS : 700-1: :30pm. \ April UMoy S .
Wed April 16-Moy Jl Wad April It-May 2S INSTRUCTORobDoucetta: 7.>>'::30,.", '
7:>>'.30p.m. 7:30-9::30 p.m. INSTRUCTOR:
INSTRUCTORMichael : INSTRUCTORBeanorUfghliler: $15.00 Student Sam-Nan Wood
DINNER ) tort 120.00 NoII-S4vdetIII $6.00 Student.
110.OOStudenta $10.00 Student. $4 00 Non-Sluclenll
$15 0'NonSwa.n" $IS 00 Non.Studen... IEGINNIII WINE 'I

APRIL 18 CROCHETING PAINTING APPRtCIATIONThun MACRAMI
Apnl 17 May 'IS
Wed April '16-May 21 ... Thun.April' 17.May 29 70a$ 30 Mon May '2-June 2
7.:>>'.30p.m. 7:3x9:30: : pnv INSTRUCTOR p.m 7.:>>' 30" m.
CLASSICAL INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR: SobDoueana INSTRUCTOR:
Alice Snyder Sill Schao! $15 00 Sae-N.N Wood
Student.
$7.00 Student $10.00
Student $20 00 Non $6.00 Student.
Student.
INDIAN $10 00 Non.Student* SIP! 00 Non.Sivd.nN. StOONon.Student I

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enrolling m ceune
: MCOUPACI PHOTOGRAPHY QUILTING J
\ DANCE ,Mon. April .14 21 2S Mon. April 14-May 26730.930pm concerned with" al .
1 beverage will be requ.red to .
730-930pm. :: : 73&930pm '
how proof .that they art at soul .
INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR:
= ..' \PERFORMANCE Inuly Steinberg Tam Marii.sy$10.00SNd.nN IS y.." ol age. Virginia Solomon i.'
f : $4.00 Student. 17.00 Student
uL .
.A ...., '..\ MOO Non-Slud.nl.. $15.00 NonStudent.RtCCWMR AI1S I clAm C8mIWOllKlHOfl St.00 Non-SIhd.nN '
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TASK DARKROOM
Wed April '16-Moy 21 (htIMing) TICHNtQUBWell. Tues: May I*June 3 1 .
730-9 30 p m. Wad April" 16-Moy 2t7:3Q.:30 April 6-May 7 730-9:30pm. /
130-3: .
,
30pm ;

_____ WAYNE SPONSORED REITZ BY UNION THE J. INSTRUCTORJoel 00 lixnonoADO $Student, INSTRUCTORMichael: : Ughtner p.m.: JennilarfnvgnM INSTRUCTOR: $7 INSTRUCTORVirginia.00 Student.Solomon; :

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___ $IS 00 Nan,Student. $10.00 Student. 50 Student 11.00 NonStudent.WIAVINO .

________ ASIAN PUBUC FUNCTIONS STUDIES DEPT., AND, GROW YOIII OWN JMOCNonJIudenHOaCnJRCUHVTVAl I I 10.50 Nan Student*


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THE ARTS AND SCIENCES Tax April IS-May 27 Tv...April 15-May 27 Wed. May I.June Ved April 16-June 4

STUDENT COUNCIL 730-f: ::30 p.m. 730-tXpm: I 3Q.3 30pmINSTRUCTOR 7 :30-9. p.m.
INSTmjCTORSten : INSTRUCTORTom : : INSTRUCTORtit .
i "Pollock/ tlllgett Jen''etlnllgn /ogre.

e..e.iai. r.i.. r......... $10.00.:::;:.". H ,..'10...... 'S'tc..Non.$10.00 Student. ... $* SO Student'. .. l'I.OOltudofoll'
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UNION8th ADVANCE SALE OF

BIRTHDAY PARTY .' April 7-12 MOVIE TICKETS
by ODK and the J. Wayne
Reitz Union The Reitz Union.ells advance ticket to 'its movie
on Friday afternoonfrom 12:30: p.m.r 4:90: p.m.
ot the Union Box Office (Second Floor J. Wayne
: Wed., April 9--LUNCH BOX THEATER : Ritz Union). At each Friday Advonc.Soletlc.."
Noon are available for thaw that evening through the
following Thursday-evening)
Movie, "Pather Panchali' 'In oddition, the Box Office open one-half hour
b.for..och how. (providing the how hat not
7:00: ; 9:30: been.sold out during the Advance Sale). At......
'* time*,ticket may be bought only for the thow that
I Thurs., April -UNIVERSITY. JAZZ it about to run.
BAND Penont buying ticket will be required to show
identification appropriate to their status (itudent,
: 12:30: p.m. : faculty, staff) in the Unlv. ty Community. Two
ticket may be purchased; with a tingle 1.0.
Fri., .April i 11 l -DEBATE TEAM. ** No advance ticket may be purchased any other
time than during the Advonc. Sale.
EXHIBITION NoonRENAISSANCE 'Inquiries regarding film may b. directed to the.
I iuFL ENSEMBLE Program Office((392.1655)).Monday through Friday
BOO: a.m.-=SOOpmorthe: 'Information Detk((392-
.r 8:15: p.m.TALENT 1649)) which it open days and ..v.ningLAll
: SHOW : movie in Seriet One will be in the Second Floor
Auditorium. J. Wayne Ritz Union. .
9:30: p.m. Serie Two will be In the Medical Science Auditorium.
Sat., April 12- ART. SALE _....:._._._._._._. .d._......_..._....... .u.u......_._._..._..

COfvllNGrvlAY 10:00: a.m. 6:00: p.m. .* FILM SCHEDULEMarch
44444444444444444SINGING .*
1 1975MJ5fe4. 31 SINGING IN THE.RAIN

April 3, 4 & 5 THE GREAT GATSBY
April 6 SAVAGE MESSIAH

.. . . ........... April 7 BIRTH OF A NATION

\ i IN April April 9 10 11, & 12 SUGARLANDEXPRESS FATHER PANCHALL.

\ April 13" 'DAY OF WRATH
Ii iiC'L. = Aril 14 THE CIRCUS
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= THE April 15 FLYING DOWN TO RIO
ANTONIA
= April 16
.. April 17, 18 & 19 PAYDAY
i "" I RAINThis April 20 MARILYN DOUBLE MONROE FEATURE

April 21 POTEMKIN
e April 23 THE GREEN MAN
I I April 24, 25'& 26 THE LORDS OF FLATBUSH
April 27 VIDAS SECAS
I A CAREER FAIR I II is a fun-filled charming musical which April 28 CITIZEN KANEAp'rli
combines nostalgia and sentiment and is a 29 TOP HATFANTASTIC
I FOR WOMENApril I gentle spoof on the styles and manners of the May 1, 2 & 3 PLANET
late 20's when movies were having problems, May 4 THE CONFESSION
I. i .changing to sound. The highlight of this film is May 5 FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
the title number danced as a solo by Gene May 7 THE HORSE'S MOUTH
16,1975 I Kelly. Also starring Donald O'Connor, Debbie May 8, 9 & 10 LOVIN' MOLLY
e Reynolds and Jean Hagen. May 11 LOVE AFFAIR
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May 12 SHOESHINE
J. Wayne Reitz Union e Mon.,March 31 .7:30: 10:00: 50c May 13; SILENT RUNNING
MSB AUDITORIUMThis May 14 SWING TIME '

.. ( film Is required for the class History of the May 15 WOMEN IN LOVE
Sponsored by the = Film.) May 16 A DOLL'S HOUSE
t n May 17 CRIES AND WHISPERS
Division pf Student Affairs May 18 UNE FEMME DOUCE '

i CREATIVE COOKERY May 19 400 BLOWS .
May 21 THE WRONG BOX :

May 22, 23, & 24 THE LONG,GOODBYE .
JOB WORKSHOPS May 25 CULDESACMay
: TALK.r. May 26 STRAWBERRIES

April 9Chicken Pilaf a la Bagdadienne prepared May 28 THE CHAPLIN REVUE
A seminar In awareness
career by Violet Barzel May 29 FISTFUL OF DOLLARS
and job opportunities. April 16 -Samosa prepared by Judy Jacobson May 30 THE GOOD. THE BAD

April I 16 "How To Market Your April 23Chicken with nuts prepared by Mrs. May 31 FOR AND A FEW THE DOLLARS UGLY MORE
Degree" Seminar Leader James Shaw Chen
: Wayne June 1 RAMPARTS OF CLAY
Southern Bell Telephone and April 30Beef Bourgujgnon prepared by Mary June 2 MCCABE AND MRS. Mil
Telegraph Co.April Alice Fredstrom: PflXDCPOOCH

, j 22"Voluntary Careers" May -Ratatouille prepared by Kathy Dinaberg
"Seminar' leader: Scott Matter May -Boulets Avec Legumes prepared by FLEA MARKET

ACTION S Nancy Bitton
April 29 "U.S. Government Careers" May 21Crepes prepared by Norma Sanderson
Seminar leaden Cha'Jes; Pascual U.S. May 28Cake decorating by Sylvia Yawn
Civil Service Commissioner All sessions are free. but reservations are required.

May 6 "Engineering and Technical Careers"
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Seminar leaden N.A. Drews IBM Corporation

May 13 "Armed Forces Careers"
S em nor leader: W.F. Reid and Joe McCuan -
United States Navy

May 20 -. "Business Careers" w
Seminar leaden: John Irvin Maas Brothers
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Investigation i into the death of Cathryn Leland has been Assistant State Attorney Ken Hebert said there would be'no,

:'" discontinued following the acquittal of former UF football further actfon in the case.Marshall ,.'
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l 't#': body. Marshall said he would resign if the Board of Regents
11/:11'/:. No further action can be made against Abbott because of
J Whiley I would accept his resignation at the regents' meeting in
1 :; the directed verdict.
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I. fttI: ft>" ,..),. Abbott stood trial after,being re-indicted by a grand jury. Following the March 13 release of the survey conducted by
i He had previously been charged in the case but was releasedin the FSU Faculty Senate, Marshall met with regents chairman
a preliminary hearing by Judge Kathy Wright on Oct. 2, Marshall Criser State University System Chancellor Robert
also due lack of evidence.Leland's .
to a Fred Parker discuss FSU's
Mautz and Regent to problems.
: ;;' j'" .." .. ', body WAS found in her apartment on Sept.'26 lying Enforcement of the affirmative action plan, administrative
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recommended an electricity rate increase an
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consultants is set for April 16. building will be located southeast of the J.'Wayne Reitz
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moderate rate increase is needed to prevent future increasesof The new building will contain four teaching laboratories
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but said a certain increase percentage is needed due,to inflationary Completion of the building, designed by Moore, May and
factors. Harrington of Gainesville is expected to take IS months.
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Dave Roberts is probably still pinching himself to make
sure the whole thing wasn't just a big wonderful dream.

Friday at the Florida Relays the 24-year-older! set a new :'fi4'.2! !. ;t,:.
world pole vault record of I8W breaking Bob Seargen's ;
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"I DON'T believe it," Roberts screamed as he bounded .'ij! ''Y;;'<'(,'""
from the foam rubber landing pit after clearing the bar on his >,: <'
third try at the record. ,il :: ,
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The sun-burned crowd at Percy Beard Field honored Ati '.;"!
Roberts with a tremendous standing ovation while down on y c 'I : i.

the infield the hero was immediately mobbed by well wishers. .,ii \ .
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"I'll tell you it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy." said Iji:;
UF's SEC champion Will Freeman as he watched Roberts, a
three time NCAA champ while 'at Rice, patiently autograph ;; ;
slips of paper and batons. ,

"I'M SURE glad as hell I'm working out with him." ,"'... .." '': '; "'il\; > .;.
Roberts who was representing the Florida Track Club had :''-., i
easily won the event at 17'7" and decided to try for a personalbest Y
of 18'I". After making that height, the Texas native
elected to, go for broke and take three cracks at a world
record.

By now the air was filled with tension as the crowd totally
focused their attention on the pole vault area and Roberts.

ON HIS first attempt, Roberts missed badly knocking the photo by george tochonlcc Ir.
bar off at the top of his ascent.
DAVE ROBERTS UP AND OVER FOR NEW RECORD
But the UF grad student was almost successful on his .Florida Track Club member bettered 1972 mark set by Bob Seagren
second try just grazing the bar with his leg.

Then Roberts carefully checked the wind direction once
again,took a few deep breaths and after a couple false starts

record.finally bolted down the tartan runway towards a new world Roberson AAcTear star


THE,POLE vault king said the record didn't come as a
total surprise.

"1 honestly expected to set a world record in the next six
months. The way l'vc been jumping in practice I knew I but champions sub-par
would get it but not this soon. That's what's surprising."

Relaxation, explained Roberts, was the difference betweenhis -
first two and the final
attempts one. ByRlCK ADELMAN the 38th annual Florida for a partisan Gator crowd Hicks. and Vince Cartier
"1 wasn't nervous at all on the last jump. The first two AssL *nt Sports Editor Relays which were held hereat which had to have left the turned in a 16:59 to edge East
jumps I wasn't relaxed but I knew had to relax completelyon Percy Beard Field. Relays a bit disappointed. Tennessee St. by nine tenthsof
"
the third jump. Dave Roberts shockedsome Roberts and high school' TilE SEC Indoor cham- a second.
Roberts said he would now like to become consistent,a.t 18 3,000 spectators with a super stars Mike Roberson pion Gators who were making The Gators NCAA
feet and of course represent the U.S. in Montreal for the J J976 world pole vault record of and Houston McTear their first home appearance champion mile relay squad
Olympics. IS'6W'on Friday to highlight provided some of the thrills after a fantastic indoor didn't even compete becauseof MLs
season managed to win only pulled muscles suffered by
two events, the shuttle hurdle regulars Horace Tuitt,
and four mile relays. Wimpy Alexander, and Noel
Winter Park High standout Gray.
Roberson copped first placein Bob Rambo aad Mitch
both the 100 yard dash and Goings, two possible sub-
the 120' high hurdles with stitutes, were also on the
times of 9.8 and 14 seconds sidelines. Goings was
: respectively and was named bothered by a bad leg and
the meet's outstanding Class Rambo came down with a bad
r ( \ IVa high school athlete. upset stomach.
McTear from Baker "THERE WASN'T any use
County high school was also a in us embarrassing our-
double winner with victoriesin selves," said team captain
the long jump and the 100 Beauford Brown. "It seems
yard dash. like every year we never win
THE JUNIOR clocked a the races we're supposed to
9.5 second 100 and broke his win. Something always
own jump record of 23'IIW happens."
a RW with a leap of 246". Gator assistant coach Roy
a The Gator's shuttle hurdle Benson said a couple of
"- + .. ,"rabk "'., ,..,... ,: .. e. victory was a come from factors were involved in the
behind effort headed by 66" Gator's poor showing.
anchorman Clive Bariffe. ."We just had too many
Bartf/e and teammates Tom injuries and this is. ,the first
Doerr, Hesley Bostic, and big meet of the outdoor
Harold Smith were timed' in season. We really didn't have
58.1 seconds. time to prepare for it.
", On Friday, Bariffe was Individually for the Gators
.
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'_. ,_..:, champion
...-";.;. ."'..... i ,.: w ......... -. junior college 440 in took second place'in the
lZ.: II'J_ \ : ., .f" photo by gorg kochonlec |r. termediate hurdles with a, University pole vault with a
-', time of 53.3 seconds.IN .
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Alligator Sports Writer

Now that the UF baseball
team has compiled a 12.9
record going into Sunday'sgame .
at St. Petersburg with
Eckard the trend ,.. ; ''ifflcI '
College ; Ji7' P P APR N
appears to be set. "'t"L :r, No Q NON EN
The offense which has ,
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averaged over six runs a game .
this season, looks: like it's ,
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going to do the job, most of <
the time win or lose. p1. :. S
THE PITCHERS are the ,
1 ones who will decide the fate i
for the Gators this season,
and so far the only thing J '

they've inconsistency.The been.consistent at is 5th Ave. aUhe comer of 12th Si

i UF hitters and pitchersboth

.. during showed the their spring true break colors DIVERS DO IT DEEPER !

schedule when the Gators
went 5-4 overall and 2.2 in the -- ';;;<'7 ". SCUBA CLASSES
Southeastern conferenceSEC photo by andy newman
START
( ). THIRD BASEMAN DAVID BOWDEN
During that nine-game .one of five players with .300 average; APRIL 9th
period, the UF hitters upped '
their team batting average points in the last nine games, the first game' 4-3, but the "
from :.260 to a blistering .283, while Holt's has risen by 85. Gators were bombed 13-4 in \. ,
scoring 58 runs and bangingout Unfortunately, the team the series finale. .. SALES 'P
101 base hits. ERA has also been rising After Bruce Baker went SERVICE
LEADING BAT for the steadily all the way from 3.20 the distance to defeat r. '
Gators was second baseman before the spring break to Valdosta State 11-3, the RENTALS .1. ,, '
John Cortese, who exploded 3.65 as of Saturday. Gators swept a two-game AIR .!,,; :" ,. '
for a 14-game hitting streakto THE GATORS parted off series from Lafayette, 18-4
raise his mark to .367. the break by losing twice to and 31. UF hitters collected
During the string which North Carolina 8-4 and 7-5, 21 points in the first game. '
t ended Saturday against as Craig Pippin and John The Gators continued its u4QDen'g. -
Auburn. Cortese slammed 25 Chappell were bombed schedule of SEC games by .
hits in 52 at bats for a .481 despite a two-day total of 20 splitting two games with
average. Gator hits. Auburn. The Gators won the CUBAPR
Four other regulars-Dave In their first SEC game of first contest 13-0 behind the AQUATIC & TRAIL CENTER US. Diver
Bowden. Roger Holt. Joel the season, the Gators split a shutout pitching of John 3448 W. UNIV. AVE.
Murrie and Jim Shulock-are two game series from Chappell but lost the second DACOR
hitting over .300, while Terry Georgia. Wilkie Smith held .game 7.5 as UF pitchers
Jones is closing in at .293. the Bulldogs hitless in four yielded only 6 hits but walked Watch Tom Allen, co-host TV's Wild I Kingdom
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: M ferencel11!!! i hurdles one of the feature

a good part-time job!! : MeAT : jump of 16'6". Florida State's events of the Relays, was won
Over 3S FSU
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aCr S RAISED I rHAAANUH THEIR SCORES HAVE : third place behind Universityof winner in the Open division
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-- The old mark was 50'10". The 3,000 meter
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Mike Larrison, of the Florida PENNSYLVANIA'SHarold
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and fifth place respectively The Gator's distance medly
behind Gery Coleman of relay team took fourth place
N' L1. nt ''tfr Florida A and M who won in with a 9:59 clocking while
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