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Friend claims Camil/ / was 'set up'' J J8y



ERIC ESTRIN said."They had the charge, they found him guilty, and they public information officer ,m
andTERRI sentenced him to death" Oliver said. CAMIL WAS LISTED in fair condition at Alachua
;<., WOOD OLIVER'S COMPLAINTS were with federal agents in General Hospital Tuesday. According to Oliver, a bullet was
..., Alligator Start Writers _general, rather than local police or any individuals. removed from his stomach Monday night.
.. Camil was shot Monday while in'the company of federal Oliver claimed a federal report stating the bullet entered \
: The shooting of Gainesville activist Scott Camil was "a drug agents who reportedly were arresting him.A under Camil's,armpit was "not true."
blatant case of attempted assassination," a close friend of his complaint charging Camil with sale of cocaine was filed He said the bullet entered Camil's back under the left
claimed Tuesday. 0 Monday with the federal magistrate'. in Gainesville, William shoulder blade punctured and collapsed at least one lung and
,Michael Oliver a founder of the Vietnam Veterans Against Wade Hampton. was deflected into the. stomach.
the War organization and longtime associate of Camil, made IIAMPTON SAID AGENTS from the federal Drug Enforcement HE CLAIMED CAMIL was shot in the back from point
the claim at a press conference in Camil's northwest Administration filed the complaint after arresting blank range and said powder burns on Camil's clothes will
Gainesville home. Camil. prove it. '
OLIVER, WHO WAS flanked by Camil's attorney Larry He said an affidavit filed by the drug agents reported two He said Camil's clothes were confiscated upon his arrival at
Turner claimed federal agents have been trying to "set him "buys" of a controlled substance or of narcotics between the hospital.
(Camil) up" ever since he became involved with the anti-war March 7.and'31 I, but charges were filed only on the second Mildred Roper, supervisor of nursing at Alachua General
organization in 1970. purchase March 31. said the bullet entered Camil's armpit from the back side but
He referred to charges against Camil for kidnaping and Monday afternoon the agents gave Camil $2.300 at Ca mil's hospital authorities would not give specifics about Camil's
various drug offenses and pointed out he had never been house, 425 NW 10 Ave., about one or two hours before he condition.-
convicted. delivered two and one half ounces of cocaine to them, according THE DRUG AGENCY report stated Camil was shot under
"This time they didn't bother, bringing him to trial," he to Ted Swift Drug Enforcement Administrative the armpit after struggling with agents in a car heading northon
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-- NW Second Street.
,Swift identified Ray Porter as the agent driving the car and
Dennis Fitzgerald as the :agent in the back seat who "in- ,
a ? abf voluntarily" shot Camil.
Swift said Camil caused Fitzgerald's gun to fire when he
grabbed the agent's gun hand from the front seat during an
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Raw ,1f s> SAID Fitzgerald's finger was on the trigger when Camil
"caused the gun to discharge."
Swift said it was customary for agents to display their guns
during a narcotics arrest because "a lot of violators are ar
med."

Both agents were armed and Camil was not, he said.
According to Swift when Fitzgerald drew his gun and told
Camil he was under arrest, Camil turned around and grabbedthe
agent's badge gave him several karate chops on the neck
and grabbed the agent's gun hand.
SWIFT SAID TIlE federal drug agency is conducting an
investigation to determine the exact circumstances of the

Fitzgerald has been placed on limited duty, which means he
will not be assigned to any new cases until the investigation is
6 't lQar complete, according to John Le Pore, a special agent in charge
of the Orlando district office.Le .
Pore said this is standard procedure.
CAPT.CHARLES C. SNOWDEN of the Gainesville Police
,> Department(GPD) Detective Division said GPD and the state
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9 1 t j attorney's office are also conducting an investigation of
Camil's shooting.
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Snowden said GPD was working with the state attorney's
office because the federal agency. was involved with the
shooting.
He said GPD would talk to.witnesses to determine the
circumstances of the shooting and report to the state at
photo by !John moron' torney's office which would make the final determination.
0 Camil's friend.Oliver.discounted the federal drug agency's
Camigras, a smaller version of' the, ',traditional Advance ride:tickets are being sold at the UF box version of the circumstances surrounding the shooting. He
county fair, complete with midway. roller-coaster and office in Constans Theatre and at Rebel Discount said if Camil had given anyone karate chops, he would have
,sideshow hawkers, will open at UF for the ninth time through today, all ,proceeds going to the fund. been charged with assault, which he was not.
tomorrow. Activities will open' at 5 p.m.. weekdays' and at noon OLIVER IS ONE of only a few people who have been'See'Canail.'page
The carnival' sponsored by the Gator Loan, Fund on weekends. .

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'*, AlllaatorStalfWrlter According to W.T., Michael l UFs assistant director 'of consideration: of it downtown redevelopment advisory'board
engineering and utilities, the only two companies "in the it was' suggested'representatives on the board should includethe
position"to service UF are the FPC and the Regional Utilities media, merchants, property owners and spokespersons ,
The City of Gainesville is trying for the approximately,.,S3 Board, which: furnishes power.to Gainesville. "It's up to the for low-income:! residents. -
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million a year contract to furnish power for UF. ,university and the regents as to w'ho's best in terms of benefits in 'an effort to keep downtown Gainesville "active" Jim
The Florida Power Corporation (FPC) has serviced.UF for to the university," Michael said. Peeples, chairman of the Hogtown Granary, a non-profit food
the past 10 years.'UF Alumni Association President Andrew THE :TOTAL ENERGY purchased by UF this year Is cooperative,asked for use of space in any of the condemned
Hines, Jr:'is president of the St. Petersburg-based firm.'City, estimated: 'be about S3 million, Michael said. downtown property..:Commissioner Russell Ramsey said the
Commissioner James Richardson suggested HineS''posit nll At' Monday night's meeting, the Gainesville City ,Com ,co-op may,use,condemned space ,until the property is torn t
the Alumni Association represented a' possible conflict of mission agreed ,to immediately notify the: regents' of their down, probably:sonietinie :next year. ,0 ,
'interests. But Utilities General Manager .Assistant :''desire to service, power to UFo :The Historic Preservation Program was allotted$250 by the
Howard' Reilly disagreed.. ,v *, 'Ii. : ,Utilities General' Manager Bo.b Roundtree said"the rates commission 'use' ac needed. Bill Warinner program
'''''THAT JUST happened to be; 1"don't see' t as a conflict ofinterest. paid by UF differ verY little from'those'paid by the city... chairman presented program goals and policy steps.. '
."- Reilly said." IN OTHER ACTION. LK.:'Cannon past president of the The program.is designed to preserve utilize:; and enhance '
Hines',secretary said Hines was out of town for the week Gainesville ,Area Chamber of Commerce.. spoke to the, local structures. 't,





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(UPI) Tank-led North Vietnamese troops President Ford. Weyand postponed his departure ,and
smashed into the coastal headquarters city of Nha Trang rescheduled a working session for Wednesday with Thieu
Tuesday, forcing South Vietnamese defenders to abandon the Gen. Cao Van Vien of the Vietnamese,joint general staff and Lon Nol in exile ;

key provincial capital that was once the home of the U.S. U.S. Ambassador Graham Martin.
Green Berets. Military sources said North Vietnamese tanks and troops

Nha Trang, 188 miles northeast of Saigon, was the third had battered their way into Nha Trang -,and all authorityhad rebels celebrate
provincial capital.to be lost in 24 hours by the South Vietnamese broken ''down in the city, which formerly was
in' the face of a Communist blitzkrieg down the headquarters of the U.S. Green Beret special forces in

central coast through crumbling defenses toward .an increasingly Vietnam. PHNOM PENH (UPI) -A tearful President Lon Nol left
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jittery Saigon. Communist infiltrators broke open the Nha Trang jail and embattled Cambodia for exile Tuesday. Rebel troops

The three abandoned capitals were Qu1 Nhon, Tuy Hoa treed hundreds of prisoners. Rioting, looting and gunbattles celebrated his departure by tightening the noose around
and Nha Trang on the coast ranging up to 250 miles northeastof were reported in the city, and Communist forces- were Phnom Pehn and partially overrunning one of the govern-
Saigon. The Communists now .control 15 provinces reported in control of sizable sections of the town. ment's last provincial strongholds.Lon .
roughly about two-thirds of South Vietnamese territory. Nearly 200 American consulate officials, teachers and Nol. 62, who has led the Cambodian government for
Pressure for the removal of President Nguyen Van Thieu missionaries were evacuated from Nha Tran capital of five years since the overthrow of Prince Nordom Sihanouk

from office mounted Tuesday. Sen. Vu Van Mau former Khannh Hoa province. flew to Indonesia via Thailand. Two insurgent rockets landed
foreign minister and spokesman of a, radical ,Buddhist Communist infiltrators broke open the Nha Trang jail and near the president's plane as he climbed the boarding ramp at
movement, demanded his immediate resignation. treed hundreds prisoners:Rioting, looting and gunbattles the Pochcntong airport.
Coup rumors swept the capital as the military situation were reported in the city, and Communist forces were The president, accompanied by Prime Minister Long Boret
deteriorated. Hundreds of foreign residents of Saigon reported in control of sizable sections of the town. and a party of 28 officials arrived late Tuesday in Jakarta.
swamped immigration offices trying to obtain exit visas. Nearly 200 American consulate officials, teachers and Indonesia and then flew on to Bali on the first leg of what was
'Thieu abruptly canceled a scheduled meeting with visitingU.S. missionaries were evacuated from Nha Trang. capital of described as an "unofficial" tour destined to take him to the
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Frederick C. Weyand on the Khannh Hoa province, as the city erupted into the now United States.

eve on his departure for the United States to report to familiar chaos of rioting and looting. Senior Government sources said it was clear the chief of

state has no intention of returning.
Shortly aftter Lon Nol's departure official sources
I Draft registration rule changes disclosed that the Mekong River town of Neak Luong

jammed with 60.000 refugees and soldiers, had been partially
overrun and was in danger of falling.
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The 27-year-old rule of requiring thought were alive. The fall of Neak Luon besieged for over two months
young American men to register for the draft within a monthof But another Selective Service official said, "We've been would free thousands of rebels to join in the battle for Phnom
their eighteenth birthdays was abolished Tuesday. Selective having somewhat of a problem getting young men to registerin Penh.
Service officials said it will soon be replaced by a once-a-year a timely fashion." The sources also said government forces retreated 'south

registration system.A The old system required men to'siJt up within a period of and northwest of Phnom Penh. Rebel rockets fell on both
spokesman said exact details remain to be worked out '
Pochentong airport 'where the American airlift continued,
30 days before the 30 days after their eighteenth birthdays.The .
and will be announced later in the year, with the first .mass officials said 'it was hoped that a once-a-year and in the city'near the U.S. embassy.Lon .

.registration in early 1976. registration, held amid considerable hoopla and publicity: Nol made a tearful departure. Generals and prominent
"The requirement to register is still in full force and effect
politicians gathered in the president's Chamcar Mon
would be easier for the registrants and cheaper for the palaceto
and only the method of registration will be changed emphasized government bid farewell. Witnesses at the departure ceremony said the

Selective Service System. Director Byron V. president left reluctantly, and as he inspected a color guard
Pepitone. Officials have been debating whether to use high schools, both he and his wife wept.
When the draft ended there was concern that young men courthouses, or polling places for the registration. They also
eitherwould, not know about-or would intentionally ignorethe have to decide how many days to devote to registration.Most .
'- registration' law. But Pepitone said the, agency officials are talking of three to four days. Fischer may drop titleNEW

registered more 18-year-olds last year than the census bureau The present system has been used since 1948.

YORK (UPI) World chess champion Bobby

I Tape to be used in Connolly trial Fischer, the enigmatic and petulant genius who made the
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battles of kings and pawns front page news, Tuesday faced a
midnight ultimatum-defend your title or lose it.
Former Treasury Secretary John Connally went on trial conversation between'Connally and former President Nixonon But it was April Fool's Day and there was just the chance
today on bribery and conspiracy charges. In questioning March 23. 1971. .the day Nixon reversed an Agriculture that the chess world's superstar was conducting 11th-hour
prospective jurors, the prosecution revealed its intention to Department decision and ordered the price' supports in- maneuvers in a war of nerves.'

playa White House tape during the trial. creased.A The 32-year-old Fischer, who for years has been astounding -
transcript of the conversation' released last year has ,confounding and harassing( the chess world, has refusedto
Connally is charged with accepting two cash bribes of five- Connally telling Nixon that failure to raise the supports will accept one of the new rules laid down by the International
thousand dollars each from a milk producers co-operative in cause serious political problems. Chess Federation.

exchange for helping to obtain increases in milk price sup Connally has contended since his indictment that he is At stake is his title and a'record SS million world cham-

ports. innocent of the charges, and his face was grim this morning pionship purse for a June match offered by the Philippine
The prosecutor said he intended to play a tape from a when he emerged from a limousine outside the courthouse. government.WANTED.
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By STUART EMMRICH to cars "sounds like a good idea to me," although he added xw HI
Alligator Staff Writer the idea needed some study. 'J
Marston said the amount of daytime traffic "wasn't worth
UP President Robert Q. Marston suggested Tuesday that the danger" to student pedestrians walking to class.
UF parking problems, a sore point,among the faculty, might He added the traffic situation was so tangled that "it is
be eliminated somewhat by closing off the inner campus to quicker to walk from here(Tigert: Hall)to the(J. Wayne Reitz)
automobile traffic. Union than it is to drive in the day."
Marston said turning UF into a "walking campus" was one WILLIAM ELMORE. vice president for administrative '
alternative that should by studied by the University Senate affairs, said the parking problem could be solved by con .
Parking and Transportation Committee. strutting a "parking garage in a convenient place."
MARSTON'S COMMENTS came at an executive staff ""Let's look at the possibilities and See'what'we'can do," ; I d pax..
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meeting and were in response to a resolution passed by the Marston said. \
University Senate last week which asked for revision in the Marstonsaid the only unacceptable report submitted by
on-campus parking policy in order to provide enough parking the traffic committee would be one that said it would not be
spaces .'for faculty. possible to do anything. CAMPUS TRAFFIC photo by john moran
The resolution suggested either faculty parking spaces be MARSTON SAID ANY changes in' the campus traffic
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parking problems resultNo
reserved at a reasonable cost or parking be eliminated on policy should be' made by this June, when construction is
campus altogether. scheduled to begin on renovations of Rolfs Hall and the sources of funding for any of the proposals was
The second alternative would require parking be made University' Auditorium.He suggested by Marston who explained, the changes were still in
available on the outskirts of campus with no-cost mass said,the additional traffic and construction equipmentwas the "thinking stage."
transportation provided to the campus. going to cause major problems anyway and it would be The transportation committee is scheduled to meet next
MARSTON SAID THE suggestion of closing the campus the best time to make any far-reaching changes. Monday.
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STUART EMMRlCH Particularly effected by the consultation clause are the consultation fees made up 10 per cent of the person's
Alligator Staff Writer members of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences income.
(IFAS) faculty who often do consulting work around the HE SAID IT"did not make sense" for a person to have to
UF faculty members who received compensation for state. file the forms for only receiving"$50 for expenses."
outside consulting work are required by state law to tile Also covered by the law-is UF President Robert Q. Mar- The law also came under criticism from UF Graduate
financial disclosure statements by May 15. ston,who, like other state university presidents, has to file his School Dean Harry Sisler,who said it would add to the "senseof
The law, which mainly coven public officials and can- financial statements. frustration" felt by the faculty against the state govern-
didates for public office,also requires state employes who, "in THE FACULTY MEMBERS have to file the forms, but do ment.
addition to their regular duties, accept compensation for not have to list the sources where the outside fees came from "The morale of the faculty is lower than I have ever seen it'
consultations with other state agencies or with other government unless the amount was 10 per cent of their gross income. before, and this (being told they might have to file the
or private entities"'to file the annual reports. Marston criticized the requirements for faculty members to financial disclosure forms) is not going to help any," Sisler
THE FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE law passed by the state file the forms as "meddling in the internal affairs" of the said.,
legislature in 1974, requires public officials to file yearly faculty.: Marston said a memo would be sent to all the UF vice
reports stating their sources of income, stock ownership and Marston said he would support a possible,amendment to presidents, making them aware of the law and the upcoming
other business activities. the law which would specify the forms only have to be filed if deadline so they can, inform their faculty.



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By JOHN SHERBERT Staff Writer 75.DAVE GRIMM, Klopfs partner, said Premru is not
Alligator
connected with Gathering 75. Grimm said Premru had
Gathering '75, a proposed camp-in for college students has
distributed material billing the gathering a rock concert to
beer, Indefinitely postponed Levy County Atty. Luther a movie Premru had hoped to make.
promote
QStudent Beauchamp said Friday. Grimm and Klopf were given until March 25 to file detailed
The problem for promoters. Beauchamp said, may be
the proposed campground development with the
plans on
meeting state law requirements for campground develop-
Commission, but failed to do so.
County
ment. lie said promoters must comply with not only Levy Levy
"We had anticipated bringing, ,action if they didn't file"
of state
County zoning requirements but also regulations
agencies."I Beauchamp said." "But now we're trying to evaluate what they

DON'T KNOW whether they (the promoters) were have told us.
GATHERING '75 promoters told the commission March
aware of all these things when they began," Beauchamp said,
the gathering would be held in the
26 it was unlikely county
"or whether the knowledge of these various regulations came
to them and they decided then that maybe it was too big a job this summer Beauchamp said.
The claimed it was unnecessary to provide
promoters
for them to put together this soon.
information previously requested by
commissionerssince
The intended 6,500- detailed
camp-in was to last year-round on a
acre tract on the Levy County Gulf Coast, said Al Klopf of the camp-in was indefinitely postponed, Beauchampsaid.

Grimm and Klopf Inc., camp-in promoters. Grimm and .
"I think we would consider it at least a breach of faith if
Klopf are leaseholders on the land.
Klopf had said people could camp for a day, week or not a violation of the county zoning ordinances, for them (the

month. A year's pass for camp-in activities would cost $52, promoters) to do any additional promotional work on the
vs. Little including tax.PROMOTIONAL. gathering in Levy County until they do file this information
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material distributed by Premru Beauchamp said.
Productions of Tampa said the camp-in was to include such IF PROMOTERS PLAN further activities in Levy County,

for recreational activities as miniature golf courses, scuba diving, the commission will be notified Beauchamp said. He added
city positionBy a submarine ride and more-a claim which Atty.,Gen., Robert there may be court action if this information is not filed and
work is continued.
Shevin said was "false and misleading.
DOUG HATCH Promotional material on Gathering '75 which came to the Beauchamp said the promoter's resolution stated the
and attention of the Levy County Commission prompted com earliest possible opening of Gathering 75 may be "July '75
TERRISALTAlligator missioners to investigate promotional claims. and-or about the Easter period of 76."

Staff Writers Glenn Premru of Premru Productions distributed the "This has been the problem that we've had with them all

brochures which claimed that up to a half million persons the time; they've never been definite about anything,"

A UF student has announced he will oppose Gainesville would be in the camp during the summer months. Shevin Beauchamp said. "Each phone call or written material we"
City Commissioner Joe Little in the bid for seat one. issued a "cease and desist" order against Premru Productions receive from them contains something different from what it

Five candidates are seeking the seat two post which is being March 5 for false and misleading advertising on Gathering was before," he said.
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vacated by Mayor-Commissioner Neil Butler.

THE UF STUDENT, Wayne Harley 4AS, a 27-year-old
psychology major, is running on the Libertarian ticket. .' Y k!' 15 6R t
The "candidates seeking Butler's seat include Elizabeth

Winnie. Gainesville attorney, UF electrician James Hyland,

and James Shelton a sales manager for Eastern airlines. : ,,
The other candidates are former MayorCommissionerT.E.

(Ted) Williams and Gainesville landscaper Al Muzzell.

HARLEY SAID, "Each year the city commission race
attracts a bunch of candidates with grandiose plans for your
lite and mine. None of them ever runs for the purpose of WykLTI
leaving us alone. And that's the main thing I ask from the city
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government."

Winnie, a six-year resident of Gainesville, said she is
making her first bid for an elective office in order to provide a

"new face" on the commission."I .
am running for the city commission because I feel that

each of us has an obligation to do what he or she can do to
insure the best community possible," the UF. law school r ? 1 x

graduate and instructor said. _
Winnie of the husband-and-wife law firm Winnie and

Winnie, said she was running because she felt other .
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professional politicans might be running again for the same '
posts they have held. ''ic-

HYLAND, a three-year employe of UF and a former
manager of the Palm Lanes Bowling Alley, said he was

commission.running for the commission to provide a better,balance on the 1J


Hyland said he is concerned over a "definite trend towards
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socialist government," with the government interfering with
the private lives of citizens through rules and regulations in a

providing its services.A .
case in point Hyland said, is the garbage regulations
which not only require cans to be taken to the curb without

paying more, but also state what times they may be taken to ....... fv'i
the curb. -

SHELTON, A Michigan native who was raised in Miami, JOINING FORCES photo* by ene estrin'>

said he is concerned with the current economic state of the Larry Turner Michael Oliver come to Camil's aid I

city and with providing jobs for unemployed city residents, Cam '
particularly young people.
To do this Shelton said he supports such programs as
expanding the recreation areas now owned by the city to (from page one) OLIVER SAID 'HE flew into Gainesville Monday night

provide employment in construction and for young people in when he was informed about the shooting by David Harris,
counseling and supervising, allowed by police to see Cam'il. Camil's room in the hospital is former husband of folksinger loan Baez and a mutual friendof
"I have seen people in my life who have to steal food so that under constant guard by representatives of the Alachua Camil and Oliver.

they can eat." Shelton said. "The answer for these people and County Adult Detention Center. He said Harris was informed by Stan Michelson, who, with

others is not more police but jobs to get them employed:' tamiK was; a defendant in the 1973 Gainesville Eight conspiracy -
SHELTON SAID HE is currently studying the proposed Oliver described Camil as "in pain in bad shape," He said trial.
Local Government Commission's he observed the wound in Camil's back and an incision in his All eight
Study analysis of unifying side here he said a doctor entered to treat defendants were acquitted of charges that they
Gainesville and Alachua County Camil.s1un2. attempted to
governments. violently disrupt the national
He said Camil was too weak to talk much but that Republican
Winnie said she favors unifying the governments even said he was shot in the back. Camil convention on Miami Beach.

though it would mean she would lose her job under such /a WITNESSES TO the aftermath of the TURNER SAID HE, Oliver and other friends of Camilere
-
shooting
government, which would call for the establishment" of a also said the wound appeared to be under the left Monday ,pining to form a "support group" to help gather facts
county-wide council! rather than a. city commission.. blade., shoulder about the shooting and to assist Camil.
Opposing consolidation., Harley said. "Basically this'is justan Turner I was part of a similarly formed group the defense

attempt to expand the power of government by expandingthe The hospital Tuesday kept a tight watch on Camil's team during the Gainesville Eight trial:
tax base. It offers the people of Gainesville a carrot: lower and information about his condition. He was not allowed room to He also has defended Camil in.the past, on charges of
taxes. The people in the rest of the county will have to pay for speak to friends or receive calls. Possessing marijuana, delivering, possessing and delivering

that carrot." Oliver was allowed to see Camil l because he was acting hallucinogens and a kidnaping charge.
Muzzell and Little have both said they favor the proposed agent of Camil's attorney Larry Turner, Turner and Oliver as an Camil was acquitted of all charges
unification: plan. said. Turner i said he would represent Caroil) in this drug case and

any counter-suits that arise from it.Page .



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ODK TALENT SHOW RECRUITERS '

9:00: P.M. FRI-APRIL 11th AT THE RAT BEAT }VU"T'S IIAPPENING .. f\f'\ I

FEATURING THE

COMEDYSKITSSINGINGANYTHINGPRIZES HUBTODAY

AWARDEDFOR By TOM VEENSTRA p.m. in room 326 of the.stadium. For more

INFORMATION OR ENTRY CALL "Helpyourself Alligator Staff Writer information call Gary Bitnec at 3778890.

JOE 376-7018, RICK.378-8221, RICK.373-6824 '-" by CIRCLE Ki meets Thursday at 6 p.m., room
err YOUR FRATERNITY SORORITY OR DORM TO 'nm helping 1 others ISOC in the Union. Those interested can call
._ YOUNG DEMOCRATS Congressman Don 3921678.
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Fuqua will speak tonight at 7 at the Sweden
HAPPENING FOR COUPLES GROUPS. INDIVIDUALS House on 2400 SW 13th St. as guest of the PASSOVER." Yiskor Service will be at 9:30
a.m. Thursday at the Hillel Foundation, 16
Democrats. All those interested
Some of ui art (taming 10 fret ourselves from this Young are
NW 18th St. Call 372.2900 for more in-
|Jill thai-1 It created by our prol'lmmlnland invited to'attend. For more information call
perpetuated by tAt Involvement, of our 3732271. formation.
egos and rational' minJt., CUONG NIIU KARATE. Classes will meet

COLLEGE REPUBLICANS! UF College every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30: p.m.
4i7OUR GROWTH Republicans will meet tonight at 8 in room to 7:30: p.m. For more information call 392
347 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. 1971 or 3723154.

SHOTOKAN KARATE Classes will be held
SENATE Interviews for Student Senate and
EXPERIENCE Honor Court Associate 1ustice'positions will Mondays Wednesdays, and Fridays from 4
to 5 at the Hume Hall For
p.m. p.m. rec room.
take place ,today and Thursday from 3:30
information call 377-8530 3778008.
p.m.to 9 p.m. at the J. Wayne Reitz Union in more or
rooms 355, 356 and 357. For more information DANCING! The UF Dance Company will
:tOOOtJC call SG at 3921665. hold its spring quarter auditions tonight 6:30to :

8:30: in the Women's Gym. For more Information
1\,1 # HIff\ 48 HRi: EXPER. STARTS EDUCATION! Students for Quality call 3920594.BABYSITTERS .
*
Education will meet tonight at 7 in 349
6 room
u p.m. Friday Evening SG is looking for
Union. For further information call 392.7002
April ,11.
babysitters. Those interested can contact SG
You don't have to attend or 373-5596. at 3921665.

THURSDAY Introductory Lecture to "COME TOGETIIER!" A special show

NITE, APRIL 3 Call participate 372-4231/376-4531 featuring entertainer Gamble Rogers will be Shevin to speakat
on Channel 5 (WUFT) tonight at 11 and
7:30: p.m. at Picadilly for details. Saturday at 5:30: p.m.

Apt.. Clubhouse ', :' FICTION! The Science Fiction Society'willmeet Hilton i tonight

2220 S.W. 34th Street tonight at 7:30: in room 150C in the
Union. For further information call 3778738.
Fla. Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin a supporterof

CUTBACKS! Students Against Cutbacks the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), is
(SAC) invites those interested in university scheduled to speak to local legislators and
Are YOU ready for the jail-break? system cutbacks to meet Thursday at 7 p.m. members of the community tonight at 7:30:

in 118 Reitz Union. For more information p.m. at the Gainesville Hilton.A .
USING METHODS GAMES. EXPERIMENTS. AND LAUGHTER TO FREE' OUR MINDS room
reception has been planned, including a
contact Sandra Sampson at 373
FROM THE ROBOT LIKE EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOR PATTERNS THAT KEEP US CONTINUALLY -
CAUGHT UP IN OUR MELODRAMAS.SALE 8398. skit by members of the League of Women
Voters. Shevin is expected to answer
UC STUDENT COUNCIL! will meet questions after the program.
Thursday at 4:15: p.m. in the Union. Those The Gainesville Organization for the Equal
ON interested may call Neal Marks at 3739575. Rights Amendment (GO-ERA) is cosponsoring -

ROUPCARBERS BLOOD TYPING! Free blood typing by the Shevin's appearance with the
Business and Professional Women'sOraanlzation.
SElEC6
Civitan Regional Blood Center will be at the .
walkway between the UF libraries Thursdayfrom
t 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For more information -
call Christopher Fey at 3776906.() Regents delay action


STUDENT SUPPER for$1 donation tonight Qn Mars ton's letterBoard

1IR 25 % ,30 % OFF 'at 6 p.m. at the University United Methodist
260 Church. 1320 W University Ave. For further of Regents Chairman Marshall

information call 3728183. Criser announced Tuesday the Board of

MUST CLEAR OUR STOCKROOM FOR COMBAT!! The UF Simulated Combat Regents will take no action at its April 7

WWSTYLES! Club will meet today at 7 p.m., room 347 of meeting of Florida State University's
President Stanley Marshall's offer to resign.
the Union. Those interested may call 378-
3434. Criser said Marshall's letter will be referredto
s&, % a regents committee which will then make a
PRSSAt The Public Relations Student Societyof recommendation to the regents.
America will have it's first meeting of the This is the normal procedure, according to
'quarter to plan activites on Thursday at 7:30 Criser.COMING .
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CurtyP ttiangnt.43 'Iv ed. FoosbaJI Tourney 7:30 ?
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five additional candidatesBy Thurs. Casino Party ..8:00LEWIS ?

Fri.-Open House 5:30- ?
J.wlry Company
DEBBIE ERICKSON treasurer and as secretary of the Board of CLASS RINGS Dinner Served at 5:3O2O12 '
Alligator Staff Writer College Councils. DIAMONDSWATCH ,
LINDGREN,3BA,has served as a memberof REPAIRS W. University Ave.
..
The Action party and Florida Students the University Parking and Transportation 200W.Unlv.r ltyAv
Party announced their candidates f Court Chancellor and Traffic Court Chief Honor Court Deputy Chief Justice. .
Justice Tuesday. Connelly, 3JM, has served as a member of ,II iii ,I 'I g, ,.: I '. ::1 ,'. . ''I ,- Ii "1.'. .
Action party candidates are: Caleb Grimes, the University Parking and Transportation
treasurer; Byron Petersen, Honor Court Committee and as a member of the Student
chancellor; and Sue Connelly, traffic court, Appeals Court tor traffic violations. Photofinishing
chief justice. Grimes 4AS has served as Student Senate Cameras 1 SuppliesfttfflO I
THE FLORIDA STUDENTS PARTY President Pro-Tern and as chairperson of the
candidate for Honor Court Chancellor is Ben Senate Rules and Calendar Committee.
Ayres, their candidate for Traffic Court Chief Action party also announced they will beholding .
Justice is Bob Lindgren. slating)nterviews for Student Senate I, I .. 1'1'1 I '. .,',. '.' '. .' '. '
Petersen 2LW, served as Chief Defense and Honor Court Associate Justice positions. 'I
Counsel during the winter quarter cheating Forty senate seats and 18 associate ,justice
investigation and is a member of the Honor positions are open.
Court Bar Association. Interviews will be held in rooms 355.357 in
Ayres, I 1LW, has served on the Attorney the J. Wayne Reitz Union on Wednesday and
General Staff of the Honor Court as assistant Thursday from 3:30: to 9 p.m.


i Bargaining talks continueBy CAMERA SHOP


15 %
KAREN MEYER Carpenter anticipated there would be 60-70
Alligator Staff Writer signatures on the petition when AAUP-Fla.
opens its casein Tallahassee this week.
The question of just who collective IN A JANUARY letter, the Board of DISCOUNTTo
bargaining will represent continues as the Regents staff designated department
subject of the Public Employe Relations chairpersons as "managerial employes," who
'
Commission (PERC) rides into its third week by accepting their positions "have
of hearings in Tallahassee. relinquished the right actively to assist union all students takingphotography
The Board of Regents is expected to wind organizing activities." .
up its presentation of evidence on why
department chairpersons should not be included Both the United Faculty of Florida (UFF) courses.
in the bargaining process today, and AAUP-Fla. have taken issue with that
according to Dr. Bob Fisher,chairman of the concept of department chairpersons. UFF
American Association of University also supports the inclusion of graduate Ask instructor.
Professors (AAUP-Fla.) assistants as employes eligible for bargaining your
MEANWHILE,THE UF chapter of AAUP representation.
has been circulating a petition among present AAUP-Fla. has not included graduate
and former chairpersons supporting their assistants in their proposed bargaining unit.
inclusion in collective bargaining.The The outcome of the PERC hearings will '
petition now has about 40 signatureswith determine whether all faculty and 1232 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Sfc-7657
three copies still in circulation, accordingto professional staff will be included in the units
Ron Carpenter, AAUP-Fla. vice-chairman. and how many bargaining units there will be.



the SUMMER
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per month

RESERVE FOR SUMMER out how you can


BEFORE AND SAVE MAY 1st help yourself by


helping others.Volunteer .

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AFTER APRIL 30th
Recruitment &

only 25 yards from campusindividual
bedrooms Orientation


beautifully furnishedshag Tuesday AprilS

carpeting

dishwasher 7;30 p.m.

Ao/ ; taking fall reservations now.
Reitz Union Auditorium,

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Do you know that :

COURSES *

the Reitz Union has the :
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Registration for all workshops and lessons will take plac. In Room following services: :

330 from 9:00: cum.to 4:00: p.m., March 31 through April 11.) ,.. *

Students, faculty and staff members and their spouses will have ,..

priority for l.sson.nrollm.nt from March 31 through April 4.. Only Access to FREE typewritersFREE :

after this time will registration be open to other persons. ,.. *

Due to price and,registration differential, It will be necessary that

each person come to register with appropriate Identification. Notary Public service :

Enrollment for Individual 1 classes is limited and, therefore, on a

first-come themselves., first-s.rv.d basis. Persons may only register for *. Access to a calculator :


'Because registration for all workshops and lessons limited we *

must consider your decision to enroll final by 4:00: p.m. the J A check -cashing service J

working day preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will

only be made under these circumstances. *
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rat.1 1h.lnd.,.........Borldo Alligator.Wodnnday. 2,1975EDITORIAL
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Take the rapJust srrnslnm..:; st




who is Rep. Harvey W. Matthews anyway,

and why is he doing this?

We asked ourselves this question last May

when, in the middle of the 1974 Florida legislative
'
session, the Republican from Orlandd'endorsed an

amendment that struck us as a little unusual.

Matthews proposed to prevent the Board of

Regents from establishing new tuition schedules '
.
without the specific approval of the state -w ---J- '

legislature.The. '
plan seemed a bit ,strange, and at. any rate i. -

unnecessary, since we had always believed the 'T ,

legislature always had the final power to set tuition _

schedules. ? ,

A subsequent check with Hendrix Chandler,

corporate secretary for the regents did little to

solve the mystery.

Chandler sloughed off the inquiries, saying the

move appeared to show an "abundance of

caution," on the part of the legislature.

Then, almost as an afterthought, Chandler

added that.the move may be a reaction to a Leon

County circuit court decision a year earlier that Congress shall make no law. .
had allowed the regents to authorize a fee schedule

witout legislative approval. -
It seems the year before the House and Senate "Congress shall make no law. .abridging the freedom of the names of rape victims has been hailed in some circles as a
had speech or of the press, unless such freedoms should interfere victory for the press. A closer look should dispel that idea.
a disagreement over the.regents' recommendations with various' fashionable and noble projects." THE OPINION of the court simply stated that in this

and as a result the schedules were not That's not the way the First Amendment looks on paper. It narrowly-defined situation, First Amendment rights outweigh

approved.But is however, the way it is interpreted today. News on the First the right to'privacy. This approach could lead just as
Chandler added, "we didn't even raise the Amendment front has ranged from mediocre to bad in recent easily to restrictions of the press.
The whole idea of balancing freedom of the against
fees then, they stayed, the same.. weeks. press
HERE ARE A few items: other rights i ignores the plain words of the First Amendment.
It didn't seem like such! a big deal then, but it
Congress, specifically Sen. John Pastore of
or more
became important in the last days of the
very Rhode Island has bludgeoned the broadcasting industry into
session when the new tuition bill recommended by yet another folly. .

the regents, began to look like It wouldn't be Sen. Pastore (among others) has long been of the opinionthat [ BRIAN DONERLY ] .1

approved. freedom of the press does not apply fully to television.' He
When that bill finally did die on calendar, word has an impressive line of legal precedents on his side. On the
other side is justice and reason. ,
came from the Senate Education Committee that AT ANY RATE, Sen. Pastore perceives his mission on
As the late Mr. Justice Black was fond of saying: "Congress
the tuition would into effect
new plan go anyway, earth to be the protection of children from violence on TV. "
shall make NO law. There is for balancing.
due to a previous decision by a Leon County His latest blitherings on the subject have scared the network no room
Worse the of thisdecision,
most prominent
yet opponents
Circuit Court moguls into a "children's hour" between 8:00: and 9:00: each
night. primarily feminists, wanted even tighter restrictions on the

That's all history now, but we paid a littlemore As if TV weren't bland enough already! Next season we can press. Even such a normally sensible person as Janis Mara
attention this year when Rep. Sidney 'Martin (D-' look forward to one hour of Mary Poppins every night.: Thank found this decision to be reason enough to kick around a '!}

Gainesville) pre-filed a bill with similar intent. you Sen. Pastore.. defenseless inflated dummy. ,
There onimous An even more recent'Supreme Court decision on plays (
Unfortunately Martin's bill is classic of are some rumblings coming from the
a case
Federal Trade Commission (FTC). They have discovered, to took a similar approach. All that this did, in the words of Mr. \r
too little,'too late., through no fault of his own. their sorrow, that some people have not yet quit smoking Justice Douglas' dissent, was to place "a few procedural (
The problem is that,his plan, even if it passed, despite the commission's mightiest efforts. band-aids" between the playwright and the bluenoses. ,
won't take effect until July 1, and by then the THE FTC thinks it knows why. It is because the cigarette ,ONE OF THE MOST DISTURBING things about the |!
tuition hike will have already been adopted. ads show "young, attractive, active and healthy people" in whole situation is the prominent position of liberals in this \
erosion of First Amendment rights. Sen. Pastore two of the j
The point is this. In when Gov. Askew
a
year Supreme Court's three remaining liberals, and various |
and practically everyone in the.legislature is loudly I III OPINION feminists have all shown up on the wrong side.
assuring Floridians that they jntend to hold down ) Conservatives have historically lacked enthusiasm for the

taxes, a board of appointees responsible to no one First Amendment. liberals aren't defending it,who is?
Naturally,Justice Douglas is excepted from the'criticism of
but the governor is preparing to levy against "delightful outdoor settings."
liberals. His separate opinions in the mentioned
two cases
students what Rep. Bill Andrews (D-Gainesville) It doesn't take much Imagination to foresee an FTC above were ringing endorsements of First Amendment
calls a "special tax". directive of a few years hence. Newspapers will be forbiddento freedoms, as usual. '

Even Martin holds little hope that Jhe bill can 'run smoking ads unless they show "old, ugly, bedriddenand William O. Douglas last major goal is probably to live long
be amended to take effect immediately} upon sick people" in "rundown indoor settings." enough that his successor is appointed by someone other than
The recent Supreme Court decision on the printing of
Jerry Ford. I
can only wish him luck.
passage, so the only possible way a tuition,hike can
be headed off now is for the legislature' to vote it
'
down. Ron Cunningham David ttoin

Indications are, the legislature will probably ,. The Independent Editar.In' Chi.f MonoglngEdI

approve the hike if it comes before them, but at .
Goorgo Kochanloc' Jr.
least then we'll know who voted for the higher fees. Florida AlligatorLtli Photo Editor Donna Layout Brugman Editor

The situation now is ideal for the legislature. It '"
altte\j .
allows them to approve a tuition hike by simply .u' Mind! Koiman 'Jody Carlln
a* Now Editor .
doing nothing. Layout EditorR.A.'Tony' "

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allude her defender
who ,
has ,just her ,
put on
just sweet innocent little : ,
that girls are things brass knuckles. 1;
who never show their real feelings has obviously Meanwhile ''r. '
the quarterback is scrambling II; \\1 '
never attended a flag-football game. for her life while I, .
cursing
out the other team, J
(Excuse mj';:while I readjust my sling.) the referees, and her coach! tJMl

As the second' quarter ends, so does in ,She finally spots an open girl and throws <.1'
1 dependent and sororitY' football. Perhaps the ball. At this point we will discuss the -, .. >-
I you've never experienced this phenomenon so defense and its two main objectives search to'i
I'll start with the basics. and destroy! ..
TilE OFFENSE is the side with the ball WHEN A DEFENSIVE PLAYER sees the J "
and a typical huddle may sound like this: pass coming she has several options. Her first
"Alright girls, here's the, play.-Fhrow it to instinct is to trip and jump on the opposition.
me, I was open all the way!" Hey did you see However, she may first try and intercept the
that bitch In blue kick me?" "I swear if I ball and then trip and jump on the offensive \ ..... ,
get hit one more time I'm leaving. I came out player. If, heavens forbid, it's a completedpass
here for exercise not a demolition derby the defender will subtly let the pass-
"Not me. That mother comes near me and I'll receiver know she's been naughtly'by pulling Kennedy promises fell short m
knock her teeth inl"! "Quiet quiet down! her hair, clawing her arms, and elbowing her

Everyone go" out.four steps and turn around in the back. EDITOR The untimely, tragic, violent, cause and stated that they refused to accept
on two. Against all odds an offensive player may assassination of President John F. Kennedyon tokenism. Blacks then moved from limited to
On two, or maybe one or three, the ball is slip by for a score, proving that some girls are November 22nd. 1963 after only 1,000 aggressive actions and militancy became the
hiked. It can go one of two places to the really very good players. A touchdown makes days of an unfinished" presidency, left the growing mood. This led to sit-ins freedom
quarterback or'to the jolly green giant who's everything worthwhile, and all the girls limp American public in a state of shock overcome rides and massive, violent protest marches.
standing behind her! 'over to congratulate each and compare new with grief and despair, and eventually with Even the very young experienced the effects ,
Anyway, hold it. my neck brace is slipping. injuries. the realization that many of their expectationshad of the Kennedy policies.. I can still vividly
When the passer finally has the ball, she'll TEAM SPIRIT and competitiveness been unfulfilled. recall my elementary school days, when,
look for her receivers and there they'll be. determine the winner of each game butthere's When, in his inaugural address, Kennedysaid during the period of the Cuba missile crisis,
Right? Wrong. always that one girl who protests to the "Ask not what your country can do for we participated in frightening/ air-raid drills
bitter end, asking in desperation for the you ask what you can do for your country," and were taught to kneel under our desks,
THE GIRL on the far left has run forty referee to call a foul. How selfish. Can't she Americans were confident they had elected a hands clasped tightly behind our heads in
yards like a ,bat out of hell, and she's still see that the ref is only one card away from brilliant dynamic, young leader who would order to steady ourselves against a possible
going with never a backward glance.,Over on gin? achieve unprecedented deeds of greatness and nuclear blast. This same generation of youthwas
the far right, the secondary receiver takes two solve all of society's major problems. They 'soon to become the disenchantment.
steps and cuts to her left in an attempt to Wendy Jo Lester were inspired by his prophecy of the "New WITH THE KNOWLEDGE of the

Frontier," which gave them false impressionthat escalation of American involvement in the
individuals would receive an opportunityto immoral Vietnam war,students felt alienated
serve and sacrifice for their country in the from, and hostile toward, the administration.This .
pursuit of a perfect' society.. was the beginning of a 'widespreadpeace
JOHN KENNEDY EMPLOYED a methodof movement. .
politics that misled the people to believe Young Americans turned to "street
that he, as President and they as dedicated politics" in order to express their objection to
followers, could transcend the limits of the the President's war policy. Campus unrest led
political l process. 'The magnificence of his to chaotic and destructive actions. There were
rhetoric and forceful style were largely dramatic, silent candle-lit marches and
responsible for the unrest and disillusionment "peace" marches that became explosive
displayed during the late 1960's. Among the confrontations.John .
first to express a feeling of discontent and F. Kennedy's regime thrived on an
lack of identity with the administration were atmosphere of constant challenges and crisis.
the young and the black. The politics that he practiced, ,and his
While campaigning, Kennedy spoke of 'exaggerated promises, had a strong impact on
executing civil rights' programs that would the imagination of the American public. For a
hasten desegregation of schools and public timd they believed their exalted leader could
housing. Yet after he was elected. his policyon accomplish the impossible. Their ex-
the civil rights issue became moderate. pectations, however, were beyond the realm of
Martin Luther King, as spokesman of the realization and the national climate of
"' "" 'I"\\\. black population, voiced their feeling of frustration that ,developed was inevitable.Bari .
injury and discontent with the ad-
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I Earl Butz draws criticism from farmers "II


WASHINGTON The most unpopular man in the Ford other words the middleman is simply increasing his profits.
Administration, judging from our mail is Secretary of THE FARM STATE SENATORS, meanwhile, are furious r
Agriculture Earl Butzl with President Ford. They feel that Ford and Vice President JACK ANDERSON

We received angry letters from all ovet the country Nelson Rockefeller used dirty tactics in an attempt to scuttle
letters blaming Butz for the farm squeeze. He encouraged emergency legislation that increase farm subsidies.The Weekly Special
t farmers to plant l big crops: promising that increased demand President's WC.TC and Price Stability Council held a
\would keep prices high. But the combination of the recessionand press conference recently and charged 'that the farm bill
the heavy harvests have sent farm income plummeting. It would cost consumers a whopping $5 million. Under being erected on the shores of Waikiki. The cost will be
dropped an incredible SS billion in 1974.A questioning from reporters, however, the council refused to hcarged to the Pentagon's "nonappropriated funds" budget,
MONTANA CATTLEMAN told us that he had to sell his reveal how it arrived at the controversial figure which comes from such things as PX sales. Some
calves for 25 cents a pound: it cost him 41 cents a pound to A few days later, the Chase Manhattan Bank released a congressmen, however, feel this is little more than a means of
raise them.'Cotton, wheat corn potatoes and onions have all study which also claimed the new farm legislation would cost evading legislative oversight.
dropped 'dramatically in price. consumers $5 million. Vice President Rockefeller's brotherruns WHEN COMPLETED, the 15-story building will accommodate
The farmers in desperation are turning to the government the bank and the farm bill's backers think that's more over 800 customers at a time. At their disposal,
lor help. But Earl Butz is largely ignoring them. He clings to than a mere coincidence. besides the natural wonders of Waikiki. will be a beachslde
he belief that the free market should set the price. THEY THINK the bank did'the study,then leaked it to the snack bar, coffee shop, formal dining room, lounges, banquet
That's a fine theory. But there is evidence that the free Wage and Price Council at the Vice President's request. rooms, convention rooms, a PX and other specialty shops.
market is out of whack., While farm prices have gone down, The bank, incidentally, withdrew its report a few days afterit The guest list,of course, will be limited to active and retired
for ,remained stable. In was released. The figures, said the bankers, were inac
example supermarket prices have military personnel.They will be waited on by military servants
curate. and civilian military employes. The grounds will be patrolledby
HOUSE OF WARRIORS In recent years the Pentagon
military police.
The IndependentFlorida into the recreation business. The brass '
has plunged headlong
is its
,Even more ostentatious than the hotel complex name.
hats have built camps and complexes in the United States It'will be called "Hale Koa." In the Hawaiian tongue, that
Alligator Canada and Europe.A means "House of Warriors."
few weeks ago for example, we reported that the MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE POST OFFICE COM-
BolonolfUiociot Air Command\ spending thousands of dollars a
Sheila Drap rEntortoinmvnt Gory ; Strategic MITTEE; will venture to France to "study" post offices. The
Editor / Editor ,' to maintain rustic fishing lodges in the Canadian, back
year nmitt
r House Banking/ e.. meanwhile, will, ,journey to
woods. The Air Force recently announced it would turn the Manila for an Asian Development Bank conference.In .
&fc EstrIn lodges over to the Canadian government. However, there are
fairness, we should .add that some congressmen have
.. Wire Editor fishing in Alaska and recreational complexes in
other camps refused free trips..Rep. Tom Downey. D.-N.Y., the youngest
Greg Forr.r Tom Shrodcr Europe. member of the House has turned down four ,junkets since
Asst. N.ws Editor The biggest military recreation center of all isnow, under
Spom Editor January and will spend the Easter holidays with his Long
construction in Hawaii.. It is a $20-million hotel, which is Island constituents.



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372-2766 (B.5T-104-P) NO PASSES OR Ism
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sweater$10 ontique sheep coot
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package rack, crash bar, 1974 model., $30 metal! tennis racquet $20 coffee 20 gal long tank, sliding top, pump, fmle rmmte wonted for 2br 2both ATTRACTION.
Well maintained$950 373-8733 after 5. tablet$10 new both carpet$10 jewelry, dynaflo,tubiond filters, heater ten gal. spacious traitor bike to campus o-c:,
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tundoy'only I0am-4pm go well on
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C&W MOW CO. pump Includtdl' slit montMoldl call vie
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NEED immediately, Preferably female No. 946 $165 for 2 bed $83 for private apt furnished, and close to uf. 5800mo.
roomote $83.33 mo + 1-3 utilities', rm.no damage dep call tim at 3785093or 378-4854 keep trying (b-3t-105-p)
fireplace, own room 1512 nw 2nd it IS 372-1881 will sublet
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2 pieces 85c I II PERSONAL PARENT EFFECTIVENE SS TRAINING Dr.
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Crystal l chicken Students interested In running for class Apr. 8, 7-10 pm 378-5748 after
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Summer Enrollment Increase Sought 1 I


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Three alternative proposals to increase

I 1 In summer an effort enrollment to equalize at state universities enrollments, 'a9. .. r, 1;.<;g.f.R'e..ge.lJtMi. :. ': ;,), .ing,
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sented to the BOR Monday, but Chancellor ,, ..
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action be postponed until the Council of I
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Proposal one would require that "no fnAued
enroll in a state by tkt DMtioti of/HformtkHi
student may universityfor enrollment in all other quarters has tion over a ten-year period. Last year the AfMtoffcwtf Srrvfcrf to communktte
two consecutive fall quarters unlessbe reached 90 per cent of the fall quarter. Legislature began the manyear conceptof offlcitl not ten A tmporttttt
attended at least of
has the
or she one enrollment. information
faculty employment to stimulate to sr.denrsjrevlry A
two summer quarters .preceding the Mautz has recommended delaying summer enrollment. nan,the Intvmity Florida
second fall term." action because of the presidents "..wing.ness Voluntary implementation of the legis-
Proposal two would require that any to grapple with this difficult lative policy has"been disappointing and
student receiving a degree from a state problem one more time."He said it may the conclusion must be reached that position on equalization of enrollment
university attend at least one summer be possible that additional alternatives voluntary measures are inadequate to without success. He said he has pointedout
quarter.Proposal. may develop.The comply with the legislative mandate," the failure of a "major attempt" at
three would require that state move to increase summer enrollment Mautz has told the BOR. the University of South Florida and of a
universities limit enrollment in the fall was begun in a 1969 Legislative Mautz said that he has tried to similar experiment in California that was
quarter at the fall 1974 level until the policy statement, mandating equaliza "dissuade" the Legislature from Its abandoned "because of failure."

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Recommended for Probation Access RuleA

rule change that would put access to
Thirty-six degree programs at the University of Florida Latin, Greek and statistics. student records In conformity with the
will be among the 113 in the university system Master's programs said to be underproductive are federal "Buckley amendment" will be
recommended for probation. general agriculture, poultry science, plant pathology, considered by the BOR Monday.
If these programs do not increase productivity to meet biochemistry, finance, management, marketing, insurance Under present BOR rules,records are
the BOR stipulated number of students, they will be engineering mechanics, Latin, occupational open to "parents or guardian of the
subject to further review and discontinuance.UF therapy, linguistics, philosophy and anthropology. student."Under the proposed change the
bachelor programs said to be underproductive from Doctoral programs include biochemistry, nuclear records would be open to "parents of
July 1, 1971, to July 1, 1974, include agronomy, soil engineering science, French and statistics. dependent students as defined by the
science,dairy science, poultry science,horticulture (fruit Chancellor Robert Mautz has told the BOR that "the Internal Revenue Service." The proposed
and vegetable crops), plant sciences, botany, plant review process has stimulated the universities in their change would also delete the words
pathology, entomology and nematology, insurance, own reviews of underproductive programs to terminate or "and family"from the following description -
advanced accounting, agricultural engineering, metallurgical to consolidate a number of programs through voluntary of one type of student document
and materials engineering, German, Russian, action." coming under the rule, "Required Stu-
dent and Family Financial Income

Programs Of Freshman Enrollment Records.Professional" Fees s


Distinction Squeeze Is OpposedA A new policy for handling professionalfees
Up at the UF Health Center and USF
proposal to reduce the number of firsUime-in-college students who may be Medical Center will be considered by the
For ApprovalA admitted to five state universities win once again come before the Board of BOR Monday.The .
Regents at its Monday meeting, but with a recommendation from Chancellor detailed policy recognizes the need
proposed master plan for programsof Mautz that it not be approved.The for private practice for "promotion of
distinction at each university, delayed proposal would lower the freshman quota at the University of Florida from adequate levels of competence among
from the March meeting, will come up 2,900 to 2,465. Lowered limits would also be imposed at FSU, USF, FTU and the full-time academic clinicians."
for approval by the BOR Monday. FAMU. The policy provides for a return to the
With a program in biomedical engi- The proposal was oirthe Board's March agenda, but withdrawn on motion by institutions of the costs incurred to the
neering already approved for the UF, Regent Marshall Harris "until the Legislature acts upon the fee increase proposal, center and an Academic EnrichmentFund
new ones to be considered in the plan are and that in the event the fee increase was disapproved,it might become necessaryto for the remaining income to be
behavioral neuroscience, to begin in limit freshman enrollment." administered by the university's fiscal
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1976; food economics and marketing, in agent. c
1978,and thermonuclear fussion, in 1979.
As programs of distinction,' they. are I I

eligible Under for a new special funding.recommended by SUS fiudaefc 13.6%.. Reduction
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the Councils of Presidents and Academic
Vice Presidents, the plan would be "It is very misleading to imply that with the proposed
subject to annual review and universities (governor's) budget we would be funded almost as well BOR LEGISLATIVE REPORT
would be able to submit substitute next year as this."
proposals. With these opening words, Chancellor-designate E.T. Appropriations of the Senate Ways and Means committee
York Jr., in a recent Legislative Report, detailed "appear to favor recommending a lump sum
statistics backing up his contention that "cuts will appropriation be made to the SUS for the Educational and
5-Year AppointmentsFor inevitably have a major impact upon the quality of higher General function, which would provide the System with
educational programs offered within the state." maximum flexibilities in the use of resources appropri-
PresidentsFiveyear York said that reductions in state support "in constant ated.
for dollars" full-time-equivalent student. in the State
initial appointments per Career Service PayYork
State University presidents and the University System have totaled 13.5 per cent in the last six
Chancellor will be considered by the BOR years and that acceptance of the governor's budget this also detailed encouraging: news for Career Service
Monday, from year would be a further reduction of 13.6 per cent in one employees who have reached the top of their pay scales.
Chancellor Robert the rules y< He said that the BOR's Legislative committee has
be adopted.Under Citing the fact that a recent issue of CHANGE Magazine "enthusiastically endorsed" a bill by Senator Graham
the proposed rules the presidents listed no top-ranking professional programs in the SUS, providing longevity pay increases based on continuous
and the chancellor would be York stated, "There is no reason why a state as service.
evaluated by the Board at least six progressive and relatively affluent as Florida should not Student BOR 'Bills
months prior to of the term have a better record..And we intend ouprograms.
and could be expiration for another priority to improving the quality of Noting the Board's opposition York cited House Bill 396
five-year term.reappointed Obviously, this will require money-more money, not that would add one student to the Board of Regents and
Senate Bill 265 that would add three students.The bOIl ran
The proposed rules also state "serve less. counter to the concept that the BOR should be a group of
Presidents at the and chancellor would Sum Fun din g v' "citizens without vested Interest,, York said adding "(the
pleasure of the Board of Regents. lump
bills) are being opposed by some student leaders on the
Board Mautz pointed out that this means the On what he termed a more encouraging note, York ground that they would result in reduced rather thin .....JIL .
could order an evaluation prior to T
increased student
the end of five years. noted that members of the subcommittee on Education input.

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Wtt> Raynie Fox of Rollins College. and under singles title in teammate and Florida's Wert (Rollins) match in the '>
Some" nation's:finest number> number Una and the Keyes-Fox
of the FOX IS the" one' Philadelphia this' summer. two player Keyesat iquarter
amateur tennis players will be collegiate player in the The University of Miami'sSue number six.," 1Ro"lihs-' ) in1tlk aemi.- na1s.*' 'fAt/
in Gainesville this week as UF Florida Senior College Epstein is seeded second Acker, the 1973 National THE UF coach explainedthat
hosts the Women's State Division a former member of with teammate Jodi Ap- Indoor Doubles Champ, is this year's championshiphad :!;'' d.T
Tennis'' Collegiate Tour- the USLTA Junior Wightman plebaum third. Rollins' Linda ranked 14th nationally in the a different format, using nament Wednesday through Cup Team 'and was'' a U.S. Wert takes. the number four 18 and unders.: Keyes 'a six players in three separate ..j j'i
Saturday.In representative in the Junior spot. senior, was ''ranked fourth divisions. <''i
singles, heading the list Open Championships at LADY GATOR'S numberone among Florida Collegiates in "This is a much improved
of top amateurs from 11 Forest Hills. The Rollins player freshman Judy 1974. format over years past when
In doubles Acker, 'paired play was limited to four team
with freshman Gator Barbara members with everyone
Women athletes honoredby Black is the number two pitched against everyone
favorite behind Rollins' Wert else" said Whiddon.
I. and Bev Buckley. "It's a much truer
THE LADY Gators placed evaluation of team strengthand SUE WHIDDON
City Commissioners fourth in the State Cham- depth, and each divisionis .needs key wins
pionships last year but UF played as if it were a
1- fc i( This week is University of Florida Women coordinator of women' athletics, thanked the coach Sue Whiddon has separate tournament" added and six player "C Division"will
Athletes Achievement Week as'proclaimed by commissioners on behalf of the women higher expectations this year. the coach: meet at the Broward. Hall
Mayor-Commissioner Neil Butler at Monday. coaches. "If we 'can come through WIIIDDON EXPLAINEDthat Courts.
night's City Commission meeting.The She expressed appreciation for community with a couple of key wins we "A Division" includedthe All singles matches will be
mayor read a two-page proclamation support, saying that ,the women athletes have a very good shot at the numbers one and two played in the morning and
honoring the women athletes and their deserved a great deal of recognition and credit championships" said player from each school and doubles at 2 each afternoon.
coaches,noting that the Lady Gators have not for their continuing effort. Whiddon.' will be played at UF's varsity Opening ceremonies, which
experienced a losing season in any of the eight As examples of"key wins" ''and 34th St courts. include color guard, the
Intercollegiate sports. "The coach can only coach. It's the woman she cited the Acker "B Division". the number National Anthem and
ALL OF THE WOMEN coaches were at athlete that must perform. It is through her Applebaum (Miami) meetingin three and four players will be welcoming remarks, begin at
the meeting and each was recognized by the efforts that the women's program receives the quarter finals, and the' played at the Perry Field 8:30: Wednesday morning at
commission members. Dr. Ruth Alexander recognition and is such a success." Acker-Epstein (Miami) in the Courts, while the number five the Varsity Courts.






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CHRIS GARRITY wrestler Jeff Davis who will and the 142 pounder's win the title. He re-injured his NCAA's Granowitz said "My
Alligator Sport Writer be the Gators assistant coach chances for winning the knee the week of the tour conditioning 'just wasn't

next season. national title two weeks ago In nament and could barely walk right," It takes a whole year
lie had .a good shot at Davis was talking about Princeton N.J. when the tourney began. to get ready for this tour.
winning. it all," said UF teammate Tim Granowitz BUT GRANOWITZ didn't Granowitz lost his first nament. and 1 just couldn't

match in the tourney 6-4 and with the injury."
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,was, eliminated when his THE INJURY which was
shortstop Holt leads opponent lost in the second first thought to be a severe

round. muscle pull was. liter' M'
I The 142 pounder along diagnosed as. torn cartilage,
with teammate Henry Jackson which will require surgery.
conference in runs scoredThe qualified for the nationals "The surgery is expected to

when they won SEC titles be done in the next few
guiding UF to its first SEC weeks," said Granowitz.
latest Southeastern Conference (SEC) McMakin at ..363. team championship. Granowitz. however,
baseball statistics show UFo shortstop Roger LSU's Steve Frank and Vandy's Rick JACKSON, A 190 pounderwon wouldn't blame his performance
Holt the leading run scorer: in the SEC with Duncan lead the league with 32 hits each his first match but lost 'on his injury."I .

while Frank is tops in RBI's with 27. his second.. The Miami senior DON'T know why but I
24.Gator second baseman John Cortese hit DUNCAN ALSO hit his 37th career double still had a chance in the just wasn't prepared for the

safely in 14 straight games before his streakwas last week to break the league record of 36 set consolation round but tournament like .I should
snapped last week against Auburn. Tennessee's Bobby Tucker. sustained a neck injury in his have been," said the two- TIM GRANOWITZ

TENNESSEE'S RICK Honeycutt leads the Auburn's Steve Rea has cracked five second match, and didn't time SEC' champ."I .lost 6-4,.
conference in batting averages with a homers to lead the conference and LSU's weigh in the second day of keep asking myself why 'I" .
whopping.543. The versatile southpaw has 19 Larry Wright leads the base stealers with 13. competition.All everyone! else was ready and
hits in 35 at-bats and has scored seven runs. LSU swept two doubleheaders from Ole the qualifiers fared we weren't: referring to '
besides knocking in II more. Miss last week to take a commanding 4-0 lead poorly in the meet as only one himself and ,Jackson. "We The nationals were really
Following Honeycutt are third baseman in the Western Division. wrestler placed. Kentucky'sJoe were really aiming for the an anti-climax after the SECs

Steve Hill of Mississippi St. at .460 Mark Powerful Vanderbilt has a half a game leadin Carr 167,. took a third.In SEC's this year, and I thinkwe when' they shouldn't have
Saber of Georgia at .375 and LSU's Wally the East with a 2.1 slate. reflecting back on the reached our peak then. been."






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for 17th
victoryBy Private lesions on guitar, banJo end
mandolin or:* being offered by Roy
SURPLUSJeans Vollo author of Met l Boy's Bluegrass.
KEITH CANNON their 12th straight of the set 63. Mandolin Book; and Bob Higajnbofham -
Alligator Sports Writer season. UF's record is now 17- Straley led for most of the -bonjoltt for the renowned
".a*+ r 4. \Wake .fell \tp l,-4 ,,,,'ith. t1 e js ct cond set '.but Diaz came sectsChambray' ,blues/on group "The Mildew ..."
There was no April-fooling back after falling behind 35. 4r ; .
loss.The Shirts
around. for the UF men's Gators had the match He allowed Straley two pointsin FOR LESSONS CALL 3776396HUSBAND
tennis squad Tuesday af- won before Wake even got on the next two games and Sleeping Bags-
ternoon. the Scoreboard. UF players tied the set 55. They split the Shoes
The Ga ors took five of six wrapped up the Nos. 2, 3, 4 next two games to set up the Book Bags
singles matches against the and 6 matches in short order. tiebraker. 3lIbr1k,41..SIttd' m- 19
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Wake Forest Deacons on 'Dave Pressly downed Chip Diaz took a 3-1 lead with a

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followed with a 6-2, 6-4 an overhead to the right
victory over Tapi ,Hayrinen; service court. Straley hit two
aa'4v and Chap Brown returned to tough volleys which Diaz WANTEDTo
the win column with a 6-4,6-3 returned too long to tie the

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A meeting women's dormitory intramural chairmen will .to No. 1 doubles from'No. J}. It
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The Badminton Club will start shuttles flying on Wed proficient net play by all four
nesday nights at 7 in Fla. Gym (south end). All interested players.In .
persons are welcome. For further information contact Dave No. 2 doubles Brown
Zarco 3927228., teamed: for the first'time with
The Shotokan Karate Club will offer a beginner's class this Richard Healy for UF and the
spring quarter. Gasses begin during the first week M.W.F combination was effective. i I
from 45; p.m. at Hume Hall Rec Room. Advanced classes They beat Blair and Pierce 6- f! CC! ,, 1S

meet 5-6 p.m. All interested persons are welcome to attend 3, 7-6. Pressly and Staff
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