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By DAVID FINKELand UPD is withholding the employe's name pending com M1ULLK SAID the "burn box", which where tests are j'
pletion of the investigation, Shuler said. left to be destroyedis usually locked up in a small closet each
STUART EMMRICH The custodian told UPD in late February that he had sold night.
Alligator Staff Writers exams on at least four occasions in Spring of 1974. He said he However. Shuler said UPD does not know at this time if the
A UF custodial employe who admitted selling at least four received both money and marijuana for the business exams, custodian placed the exams in the dumpster after he was ,
business exams for money and marijuana in the UF College of Shuler said. approached by "Paul." '
Business Administration cheating scandal has been fired, Jim THE CUSTODIAN said in a statement to UPD he was Shuler said UPD has confirmed the custodian sold ,two ,j
Shuler, University Police Department spokesman said working at Matherly Hall -the business college when he exams and additional quizzes to Paul and two tests to a black
Thursday night. was first approached. by a white male who called himself female who called herself "Linda. I
No charges have been tiled'against the former employe at "Paul. The custodian said "Linda" paid him $20 for each exam on
the present time. Shuler said. The only evidence UPD has The employe said "Paul" instructed him where and how he at least two occasions, and that he received $10 each for
against the worker is his confession, which is not enough for a might get the exams and "mentioned" placing them in the quizzes he sold to "Paul."
court conviction, Shuler said. dumpster outside Matherly Hall. .. A UPD investigative report into the matter stated the
ALTHOUGH THE employe was tired Feb. 26 Shuler said The worker, who regularly cleaned the typing pool, where former custodian was observed on one occasion emptying the
the information had not been released by UPD until now exams are mimeographed and stored, stated he obtained the contents .of the "burn box" into the dumpster by another
because it was "important to the investigation and relevant to exams from the "burn' box" which he said was left out
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Florida Alligator 4,1975"t: t

67\ NO. 106.

I li.itlistti(1, by tompu Communications Inc., Gotnesvill. Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida

Phone bills fund charity I I PAY PHQIiE ]

By MICHAEL BRADLEY available to the utilities.
.r Alligator Staff Writer DR. BRIGHAM emphasized that PURC performed an
independent service for the utilities and should not be con
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sidered a'charitable organization.In ,
Southern Bell is asking Florida subscribers to pay for the 1974'Southern Bell donated $100 to UF's Blue Key.
corporation's contributions to charitable organizations, Coleman explained this expenditure by pointing out Blue
service club memberships, and advertising in the state. Key's Homecoming activities attract many out-of-towners
The' Public Service Commission (PSC). in considering who make long distance telephone calls while in Gainesville. t
Southern Bell's November request for a S216.S million rate Southern Bell wants to charge customers for its memberships
Increase reviewing its previous decision that utilities cannot in various service clubs.. In fiscal year 1974 these .
pass such costs to customers" according to PSC Clerk of the memberships amounted to $16,439.39. DEPOSIT

Commission W.B. DeMilly. SOUTHERN BELL'S only service club affiliation in lot; FOR ,I&f}
IF THE PSC reverses its ruling Southern Bell customerswill Gainesville Is' an 'organizational'membership in, the Rotary ,
pay more than SI' million annually for the three items. Gub.This is used to"maintain easy contact with the business BLUEKEVi I \
Southern Bell District Bob 'Coleman "
Manager in community.
Gainesville stated that consumers should be charged for these Coleman defended charging'subscribers for \in-state advertising 10* FOR r ] 1

expenses. stating that these ads,were directed toward encouraging UF AND :
"We feel that these items are a legitimate cost of doing telephone, use and thus raising Bell revenue. '
business" Coleman said.. In-state advertising is.not a public relations campaign for"glorification" 104- FOR
UF, A SOUTHERN BELL customer, last year received of Southern Bell, Coleman'said. BELL
more than $10,000 in Bell contributions. The utility wants its ACCORDING TO Coleman, public hearings on the MA
subscribers to pay for these donations.The proposed rate'increase are expected but as yet have not been
largest UF recipient of these funds was the Public scheduled.In .
Utilities Research Center ,(PURC), which received $9,830. Tallahassee DeM illy said the PSC is not expected to act o
According to Dr. Eugene, Brigham j this and other money on the proposal before July,when Southern Bell will be able to
donated by utility companies is used to fund independent enact the rate increase. Revenues received from the increasewill
research by the students and faculty of PURC be placed under bond until the PSC can act on the MATgraphics
Brigham said the Utilities suggest research topics to PURC request.If t
and those recommendations are taken into consideration.This the request is denied, the money will be returned to '
marketing and management research is then made Southern ,Bell customers. by mike thomas

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By ERIC ESTRIN the drug agency would identify only as Fitzgerald -
{ Alligator Staff Writer shot Camil. '
Agency reports say Camil grabbed Fitzgerald, gave him
Gainesville activist Scott Camil was indicted Thursday on karate chops on the neck, grabbed his gun hand and accidentally
six counts of drug and assault charges as he lay in a hospitalbed caused the nine mm gun to discharge.This .
recovering from a bullet wound he received during his differs with the accounts of eyewitness Danny Joiner,
apprehension.John who said he did not see Camil hit either agent. Joiner said
LePore, special agent in charge of the federal Drug Camil was attempting to leave the car when he was shot.
Enforcement Administration's Orlando district, said Camil THE DRUG AGENCY is conducting investigation into
was indicted in Tallahassee's federal district court on two the shooting and the Gainesville Police Department and state
counts of assault and four of selling or possessing cocaine. attorneys office are conducting a joint investigation.,
LARRY TURNER,Camil's attorney,said bond is being set
today by federal magistrate W. Wade Hampton of
Gainesville. BULLETINFlorida
According to Hampton,bond was not set earlier because ofCamit's
Atty.Gen. Robert Shevin.has filed a "friend of
physical condition. .
brief in of The Alligator and
the court" support
Alachua General Hospital listed his condition as"satisfactory"
suit against closed UF Honor Court
for the first time Thursday. Gainesville Sun court

HAMPTON WAS to have seen a copy of the indictment hearings.
Thursday night or this morning, when it Was brought to Alligator attorney Dick Jones said Thursday he had
Gaines'iIle.bfederal! marshalls from Tallahassee he said. received a copy of the brief which supports the argument
that the hearings should come under the Florida "sun
The indictment was issued by a federal grand jury which "
convened in Tallahassee Wednesday. ..shine law."
ivr. Gainesville Circuit Court, Judge R.A. Green issued a I
Camil was arrested Monday during an alleged drug deal he
was conducting with two federal agents temporary injunction against the closed hearings Feb.7,
.rlc strin pending final determination of the suit. An appeal of the
THE THREE WERE heading south in a car on NW
;Second Camil's injunction is scheduled for some time this month.r .
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Ford : South Vietnam to pull throughGERALD

that the government, and the people of Cambodia
SAN DIEGO Calif.. (UPD!)- President Ford said Thursdayhe fight are
believes South Vietnam can survive the furious Communist putting up against the insurgents who are trying to take

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onslaught."At "I believe that in any case 'here.the U.S. doesn't live
the moment 1 do not anticipate the fall of South : up to
1w and obligations, it can't help but
Vietnam." Ford solemnly told a nationally broadcast and. its moral treaty have an
televised news conference in the midst of his California adverse impact on other allies we have around the world" he
said. "We read in European papers to the effect that Western
vacation.He "
expressed no such optimism about Cambodia, and: Europe ought to have some questions.

ruled out the reintroduction of American'military forces.
urged allies not to fear the U.S. will i ignore its com-

mitments. [
a ordered all available U.S. naval ships to help refugees.

said he would let history and the American people .judge fridcy7'capsule:
if a Democratic ress was responsible for the "tragedy
unbelievable in its ramifications."

A Choosing his words with great care Ford spoke of the
ft Y rapidly deteriorating Indochina situation for the first time
ts since Communist forces took over 18 of South Vietnam's 44

provinces and every major city north of Saigon. Catholics push
"I 1 still think there's an opportunity to salvage the situationin
Vietnam." Ford said, describing himself as an "optimist."

Ford, asked if a Communist takeover of South Vietnam

would endanger U.S. national security, said: Thieu removalSAIGON
"At the moment I do not anticipate the fall of South
Vietnam. And 1 greatly respect and admire the tremendous
(uPI-Pressure mounted in Saigon Thursday for

the ouster of President Nguyen Van Thieu.Police fired into
asked for ilk
Connally m money the air to disperse Catholic demonstrators blaming Thieu for
South Vietnam's stunning military collapse.

Saigon's Roman Catholic archbishop called for an urgent

trial change of leadership and senior Communist diplomats told
lawyer during bribery '
says newsmen the Viet Cong were prepared to stop fighting and

open immediate negotiations if Thieu were removed from

WASHINGTON (UPI)) Milk producers' lawyer Jack $5,000each from Jacobsen, the lawyer for the Associated Milk Tens of thousands of refugees and disorganized soldiers

Jacobsen testified Thursday he made pay-offs totalling Producers Inc.AMPI( ). Jacobsen said he paid the bribes on fleeing the capture of South Vietnam's coastal enclaves piled

10.000 to former Treasury Secretary John Connally. May 14, 1971, and Sept. 24, 1971, after the Nixon ad- up behind roadblocks around the capital causing more fear in
Speaking in a low but firm voice, the silver-haired Texas ministration had agreed to increase the price support on raw Saigon than the Communists themselves.
lobbyist said he made the payments after Connally asked for milk. Military authorities moved Saigon's curfew up to 9 p.m.

the money. "He told me how helpful he had been in getting the price and ordered police and troops to shoot. to kill anyone resisting
Connally is charged with accepting two bribes of support decision and that he understood AMPI was raising a orders of security forces.

lot of money for political contributions." Jacobsen said. "He Saigon Archbishop Nguyen Van Binh issued a call for an

said in effect why didn't I 12et them to raise a little money for "urgent and orderly" change of leadership in Thieu's

Simon predicts him." government-and Catholics gathered at a number of
"I. said I'd see what I could do."Jacobsen said. suburban churches in demonstrations blaming the presidentfor

Connally, scowling, stared straight at Jacobsen as his friendof the military debacle that has seen the government lose 18
1+ 25 years testified of how the 10,000 figure was reached."I provinces to the Communists.Police fired shots into the air to

ups and downsWASHINGTON decided on the figure. I didn't want it to be too big disperse Catholic demonstrators at several Saigon churches as
because it would look like we bought.the decision." curfew approached.

(UPI -Treasury Secretary William

Simon predicted Thursday the unemployment rate will reach Fischer stripped of chess crown I
9 per cent this year but said recovery from the recession is
coming on strong and fast.

His outlook contrasting with the heavy official gloom of two AMSTERDAM (UPI-The) International Chess playoff Manila. The winner would have gotten $3,125.000,
months ago Simon said: "We are more 'certain about the Federation stripped world champion Bobby Fischer of his a record for chess.

recovery than we were any time in the past." crown Thursday and gave it to Soviet Grandmaster.Anatoly Federation President Max Euwe. saying "It is a great pity

Simon disavowed the administration's own projections in Karpov, at 23 the second youngest titleholder in chess history. that the championship fell through," formally proclaimed the
President Ford's Feb.. 3 budget of high unemployment, inflation The Federation's decision followed the 6 a.m. EDT Soviet challenger the new titleholder:

and industrial idleness through the 1970s. He deadline set for the 32-year-old American to accept the rules In Moscow, Karpov told a Soviet newsman, "I only t regret
dismissed those figures as "simplistic arithmetic." for the $5 million world title match, originally scheduled for' that I did not have the opportunity to meet Fischer in the
But his unemployment forecast was the highest yet issued Manila, June I I. championship."

by the administration month ago, a "peak" rate of 8.5 percent Fisher holding out in Pasadena, Calif., let the deadline The federation had extended its ultimatum to Fischer by 27

was predicted. Unemployment hasn't been as high as 9 pass without sending a reply, passing up the multi-million hours to give Fischer more time to\ decide whether to defend
per cent since the 1930s. championship match purse offered by the Philippines for a the title or forfeit the crown.

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Bills/ / / filed to round bargaining I:j

By KAREN MEYER university faculty when they vote'on bargaining agents. UFF IS ALSO opposed to Fechtel's proposal to separate
Alligator Staff Writer DR BOB FISHER, state chairman of AAUP-Fla., said department chairpersons from other faculty according to .
"In the collective bargaining law that was passed there was no (/F's chapter president Al Guy. ':.
When the Florida legislature closed debate on 'collective use of the term 'supervisory', they only talk about "I don't think that (Fechtel's bill) is at all appropriate"
bargaining during last spring's session, it left more than 100 'managerial'," Guy said.
amendments to the bargaining bill still on the floor. That is in contrast to most other collective bargaining laws UFF considers a ,department chairperson a professor who ,
The bill passed anyway, giving every public employe said Fisher calling it"one of the good things"about Florida's has temporarily taken on the chairing responsibility,and after I
including university faculty the right.to bargain collectively particular,law. a few years will revert back to a professor,Guy said. '
for working conditions and salaries. To introduce the term 'supervisory would confuse the issue' PART OF UFF'S bargaining unit proposal provides for t
BUT THE VAGUENESS of the bill has left the stamp,of said Fisher,because as a professor one is a supervisor of some secret ballot election of department chairpersons by faculty,
uncertainty on collective bargaining. sort whether it be of a department, or research or students. giving the dean "no say" in that selection.
Among the problems were undefined terms of employment,
grievances, technical procedures and where managementstops
and employes begin.
While the Public Employe Relations Commission continuesto
hold hearings to clarify uncertainties in the collective House advances funding planBy I

bargaining law, ,Florida legislators have filed numerous billsto
till in the gaps.
ONE BILL,filed by Rep. Vince: Fechtel R-Lecsburg,would STUART EMMRICII legislature, he said.
prohibit "supervisors who are not defined as 'managerial Alligator Staff Writer UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson a strong
employes' from being included in the same' bargaining unitor supporter of the lump funding concept said he was "very
units as,non-supervisory employes. A change in state funding policy long sought by the pleased"that the proposal had passed its first hurdle.
The "supervisors" in this bill refer to department chairpersons university system was approved Thursday by a Florida House HE SAID, however, that "there is still a long way to go"
according to Fechtel's legislative aide Cal Zethmayr.The subcommittee.The before the change is finally' approved.Cheating .
Board of Regents contends that department chair change, which must be approved by the full House
persons are "managerial employes" and should therefore not Appropriations Committee before it goes to the legislature,
be represented in collective bargaining.The would allow the Board of Regents greater flexibility in ap-
American Association of University Professors(AA UP. propriating money to state schools. '
Fla) and the United Faculty of Florida (UFF) competing THE EDUCATION subcommittee of the appropriations
bargaining agents both want to see department chair committee approved a proposal to allocate all Education and (from )
page one
persons represented as employes in the bargaining process. General funds in a lump sum to the university system letting
UFF SPOKESMAN Dr. Melvin New said the concept of the regents decide where the money should go in each budget, buildings services employe who reprimanded him.
department chairpersons as management creates "a military according to staff member Jim Carpenter. The fired worker had already emptied the burn box a few
chain of command model" in the university rather than the Currently funds are appropriated for specific areas, suchas times previously, Shuler said.
"colle {al! model" when the chairperson is the "spokesman salaries,operating expenses and other personnel services.A SIIULER SAID UPD made no deals with the custodian to
for the department and its desires." similar proposal is now being considered by the state convince him to help apprehend "Paul" and "Linda."
AAUP spokesman Dr. Richard Hiers said, "One could senate, but no action has been taken. 'The custodian described "Paul" as a well-dressed man and
speculate they (the regents, or management side of THE FUNDING CHANGE would give the regents "Linda" as a,"fine looking girl" with medium length curly
bargaining) want to have as many people 'on their side of "greater flexibility" in financial matters and would eliminatesome hair. He said "Linda" told him "she had some white dudes
the table as possible." of the "bureaucratic problems" involved in strict limitson supplying her with the money to buy the exams."
Zethmayr said that while the PERC hearings will determine funding areas Carpenter'said.The Shuler said UPD is continuing its investigation into the
whether or not department ,chairpersons are "managers regents would have "almost unlimited authority" in cheating and the custodian could be criminally charged if
,Fec .tel'$ bill would put them ina, ,unit separate from other appropriating the funds if the proposal is approved by the other proof of' his-- involvement- surfaces...

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I 'Gathering' hit with suit

a By THOMAS KANE .Albert Klopf partners in Grimm and Klopf Inc., on 6.500
Alligator Staff WriterA acres of coastal land near Cedar Key has expired.
.The problems experienced by the promotors stem from
tiled in their failure to tile detailed plans on the proposed
suit by the state attorney general's was camp
Tampa Tuesday against Grimm and Kolpf, Inc., promoters of ground development to the Levy County Commission by
25 the filing deadline. The promoters had
Gathering '75. to halt the distribution of promotional March postponed
the camp-in indefinitely and claimed it was unnecessary to
material 'for the proposed camp-in.
Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin and Hillsborough County State provide the commission with the detailed information.
Atty. E.J. Salcines tiled a complaint in the 13th Judicial According to Assistant Atty. Gen. Guy Labalm the
Circuit to prevent any further "deceptive and misleading promoters of t the camp-in have not met state and local
advertising of the project billed as a recreational camp-in for requirements for continuance of the project Labalm cites
college students on the Levy County Coast. such items as failure to acquire state and local permits for
PRIOR TO TilE court action Grimm and Klopf, Inc., construction and protection of ticket buyers through the
through company attorney Richard Salem. had announcedthat establishment of an escrow account has not been provided for.
the camp-in had been "indefinitely postponed." According Company attorney Richard Salem would neither deny nor
to other reports a lease held by Carl Grimm and acknowledge Labalm's charges.

Effective July 1 Fuqua against aid to VietnamBy I

Stafford namedto

executive Alligator Staff Writer
postBy U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua D-Altha a long time supporter of "
U.S. involvement in Indochina said here Wednesday he
would no longer vote for aid to South Vietnam.
Staff WriterDr.
Alligator Fuqua, speaking to the UF Young Democrats said the
situation in South Vietnam is now a "hopeless cause and I
Joseph Stafford, director of Planning and Analysis don't think our involvement is going to solve anything at all."
Division of Physical Plant was named assistant Vice THE 13-YEAR VETERAN of the House added he thought
Chancellor of Administration for planning and budgeting in South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu had "lost the
|the State University,System Wednesday. popular support of the people" and the U.S. should not offer rWY
Corporate Secretary for the Board of Regents Hendrix any aid to save Thieu's regime if it falls.
Chandler said Stafford submitted his resignation to UP Although Fuqua stressed he would oppose any military aid
President Robert Q. Marston to become effective July 1 when to South Vietnam he said he might vote for some
he takes over his new position. "humanitarian aid" to the country.
STAFFORD IS now in Tallahassee where he is assisting Fuqua, whose voting record reflects continued support of
Chancellor-designate E.T. York. South Vietnam, said he "might have made some different
Stafford said. "1 am assisting him in the legislative decisions knowing what I know now but I think I did what
program. was right at the time."
Stafford said he plans to stay in Tallahassee until June 1 Fuqua also discussed tax bills now being considered by the
and then vacation in Gainesville for a month. House, and said he would oppose any gas tax as a rationing
STAFFORD HAS served as director of planning and measure. bb
analysis at UF since September 1973. HE SAID SOME conservation of gas had to occur but
He also served as interim executive assistant to the explained he would rather see a mandatory allocation
president from September 1973 through August 1974. program to gas, stations.
Coming to UF in December 1970.Stafford was assistant Fuqua also said he expected the House to look at a "broad
dean of academic affairs and associate professor of scale review" of taxes for possible reform.In .
agricultural economics. answer to a question about the recent shooting of anti.
He received his doctorate and masters in agricultural war activist Scott Camil, Fuqua said he thought "appropriate -
economics and his Bachelor of Science in agriculture. 'also at hearings (on the shooting)would be held and I hope the true DON FUQUA
Purdue University. facts will come out." .changes mind on Vietnam aid I

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By JUDY MOORE relaxed as possible."Aquariums ,
Alligator Staff Writer dim lighting light colored
w alls and soft music help to produce a relaxed J
Dentists use many methods to put their effect. Dental students are taught to talk and l
patients at ease. move !slowly and to avoid loud laughter w hich
Dr. Eric Jackson, UF : ,
a dentistry professer, might excite patients "
has a method all his own. JACKSON SAID that in extreme cases of
HE SINGS TO his patients. fear a method called "systematic desen-
Jackson is chairman of the new division of sitization" is used on patients.
behavioral sciences in the College of Dentistry Systematic desensitization involves 5 y
which deals with the use! of psychological counseling which teaches the patient to relax
information to help dentists, diminish while exposed to increasing levels of dental
patients' (fears. fear arousal
"I'm a member of a barbershop quartet The College of Dentistry plans to open an p 1k
and I love to sing. My patients seem to enjoy experimental "fear clinic" in June which will
it. Of course, 1 wouldn't surest that every use systematic desensitization on a limited
dentist sing to his patients," Jackson said. number of high fear patients in the
JACKSON HAS formulated a code of Gainesville area. ?
practice designed for dentists to utilize in "Our tear clinic would be the first of its
every day contact with patients. kind in the country. Clinics of this kind are DENTIST AT WORK
Rule number one is that "pain" is a dirty necessary because the average dentist does I'r 'I' ,.. UF school introduces patient therapy I
word. not have the time or expertise to conduct sucha
"The word "pain" often excites fear in the program. It generally takes 5 to 10 visits to
patient. Words such as "discomfort" or cure the patient," Jackson said.
"uncomfortable" should substituted. If STUDENTS IN,THE College of Dentistryare Mike Zollar. also a second year student new psychological approach to dentistry and
possible, "pain" or even 'toothache' should impressed with the new psychology said the new approach has changed his wishes it had been taught when he was in
never be used,'* jack son said. courses.. outlook toward psychology dental school.
JACKSON STRESSED the importance of Second year dental student Randy Brown "I've never been very impressed with the
communication between the dentist and his said the courses have taught him the importance theoretical study of psychology "It would have been very useful, especially
in the first few years of practice. But after the
patient. of better communication and understanding
"The dentist must know what is going on in of the patient. "I 1 HAVE LEARNED not only how to deal dentist gets used to dealing with patients, he
the patients' mind. If there is fear in certain. "We learn to look for underlying meaningsin with patients but with people in general A develops his own style of working with people.
area, it must be brought out so that both the patients' statements. Many times a patientwill lot has rubbed off in my daily experienceswith The psychology used is the same that peopleuse
dentist and, the patient can better cope with express pn anxiety in seemingly casual friends and neighbors," Zollar said. everyday to get along with other people.
the problem," Jackson said. statement. The dentist needs to pick up the
Gainesville dentist, Dr. Jon Baxter, "Dentists take continuing courses with
Jackson said the patient must learn to trust cue and put the patient at ease.
updated dental techniques and of these
president! of the Alachua County Dental many
the dentist. Because of this, the dentist "FOR EXAMPLE IF "I
must a patient says see "
Society, thinks the fear clinic is an "excellent courses the psychological approach,
tell the patient the truth at all times. you have some new equipment" the dentist idea." Baxter said.
"IF THERE IS to be pain, the patient must should, rather than merely agreeing, realize
be warned. If pain occurs with no'warning, the patient might be concerned about additional "There is a great need for one. Dentistry is DR. ROLAND THALER Jr., DDS agrees
the patient will lose trust in the dentist and pain the equipment might cause. The not the torture it used to be, but, for many that psychology is important in dentistry.
experience the constant fear of more pain," ,dentist should dispel the patient's fears by people,. the remembrance is still there. "The use of psychology is an unconscioustrait.
he said. telling'him that the new equipment will make Generally we use pre-medication with 'We'use' it all the time. The most important
Jackson also stressed the importance of things easier for both himself and the patients who have severe fear," Baxter said. thing is developing empathy for the
keeping the entire environment as quiet and patient," Brown said. BAXTER SAID HE is impressed with the patient and putting them at ease.

I Student lobby approved to use activity fee fund I IBy I

MICHAEL BRADLEY Tallahassee.State deductions from the office workers' salaries, explained Hart.
Alligator Staff Writer law had previously prohibited this money from being Denying previous reports. Hart said there are no plans for a
used for any lobbying purpose. WATS line.Merryday. ,
The University Legislative Service, a student lobbby HOWEVER, AN OPINION delivered by John D. Carlsonin emphatically stated that student activity money
organized by the State Council of Student Body Presidents, the Board of Education's office of the General Counsel, will be used only for salaries. -
can now use student activity fees to pay for its activities in states that "student activity and service fees upon appropriation The purpose of the student lobby is to keep the universities
by the respective student government associationand informed on educational legislation in Tallahassee and to
in the absence of a veto by the president, may be used for represent students before legislative committees.
student government lobbying activities which benefit the Merryday doesn't like the characterization 'lobby in
!student body. in general." relation to the University Legislative Service. .
The lobby is funded by contributions from each of the nine "They're not taking legislators out to dinner or out to play
state universities and is taken from the student activity and golf," Merryday said. I
service fee included in tuition. {
According to student body President Steve Merryday, UF \
will contributing 52,830 to the lobby, based on a 10 cent '," t
per student, appropriation. '
STATE LAW prohilits these funds to be used for anything Helpsessionsoffered :
other than salary, travel and per diem expenses in connectionwith .
1I lobbying activities.The .
University Legislative Service has three full-time '
employes in Tallahassee. in filing .
Office space is being paid for by National Student
Association funds received from the Florida State UniversitySG
according to State ', Council of Student Body 1974 tax returns
Presdtents President Alexa Hart in Pensacola.
THIS MONEY.did' not come from student activity fees
Hart said. UF students and employes who earn under $6,000 a year
If a copy machine can be secured, it will be paid for with can get free help in filing their income tax returns through a
program, sponsored by the national honorary accounting

King film shown hereThe fraternity.The student-assistance sessions will be held today and next
Friday in room 51, Matherly Hall at 7:30 p.m.
Senior accounting students in Beta Alpha Psi the national -
film "Martin ,.Luther King..Legacy of a' Dream" will honorary accounting fraternity, are providing the service.
be shown at the Institute of Black Culture' today and Saturday according to Ron Teichman faculty advisor for the fraternity.
,aojeommemorate Kings birthday. Graduate students Jerry Keeley and Jim Pruitt are coordinating
'J Oral yr.isYrS I "The film depicts King's philoWphyanrfoVmonslrates' i his 'the' eSsion;,:Teichman said. Accounting students,
.attempts to effect social change through, ,his nonviolent most of whom have had tax courses ATG 407- and ATG 4C8
-Iv,. ,.-- _.. approach to social reform. will help at the sessions he said.It .
The film will be shown free at the Institute of Black takes about 20,minutes to file the average tax .return.
STEVE MERRYDAY Culture. 1510 University Ae.. at 12 2, 4, and 7 p.m. Tei hm.an said, but more complicated filing takes longer to \
". .'. SG president today: ;and at noon, and 4 p.m. Saturday. "* complete.Singing \

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Alligator Staff Writer MOVEMENT A Supper meeting will be held

at the Italian Fisherman Friday, April 4, at 7 Stores
FILM "Martin Luther King-Legacy of a p.m. Call' 373-2072 for more information. Plant
Dream," featuring Kings principles and ORIENTAL CHESS GAMES An oriental

philosophies, will be shown Friday at 12, 2, 4 chess match will be sponsored by the Go Club
and 7 p.m. and Saturday at 12 and 4 at U
p.m. tonight at 8 p.m. m room 339 Reitz Union. WEEKEND SPECIAL! ,
the Institute of Balck Culture, 1510 W. For more information contact 3772866.
University Ave. Giant Scheffeleras
ODK MEETING April 6 at 7:30: p.m. in
SCUBA JAMBOREE The BarnacleBuster's room 349 Reitz Union. For further information This Weekend Only!
Scuba Diving Club will hold an 3764863. 19 Afi
call NOW ONLY $ \ .
information session and scuba equipment flea MOSLEM STUDENTS A speech on the mm.mammmmm COUPON BBBBi..
market at the Gainesville Mall I pm.9 p.m. Middle East conflict by the Moslem Student II The Incredible Plant Stores .
April 4, and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. April 5. Association will be given, at II Reitz a
a.m. .at Also 5 OFF |
Proceeds from sales will go to fund a new OS /
Union. Discount on Areca Palms & \JOwith coupon
decompression chamber at Shand's Teaching J j
Hospital. a
All Merchandise-Both
FOLK DANCING Classes in International Members of the fellowship will meet at 7:30 ,. storeS-I
Folkdancing will be given at the Norman Gym p.m. at Dr. George Lebo's home 1301 NW I Stop 22 N.W.1 13th Street [SIo 62..21 2 W. Unlv. Ave. I OPEN TILL PM PM SAT"'
tonight. Beginning classes will be from 9 31st Drive. (across from Flagler) (ocro.. from Circus) Coupon Good the Sunday.. April 6 .
p.m.-10 p.m., and advanced classes from 8 ISRAEL SPEAKER Dr. Shlomo Cohen 377.22" 377..121 ...............
p.m. to 9 p.m. For more information call 376- will speak on the topic "The Israel Ex
0224. perience" at 9 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation
FLORIDA WATERPOLO CLUB Ex- 16 NW I8lh St. For more information call

perienced or inexperienced players may meet 372-2900. *
" at the Florida Pool every Monday, Wed- tl.'o
nesday, and Friday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Traditional Sabbath services at the Hillel .0 O ,:/: -\ o

STUDENTS FOR FARMWORKERS Foundation tonight 6:30: p.m. with Sabbath / oJt': \ OL" .
Mack Lyons of the United Farm Workers will meal following at 7:30. Saturday morning < -. o'" Xy \ dP
speak on the Gallo boycott and recruit new 44 .
services will be at 9:30: a.m. Sunday brunch C) < '
members April 6 in room 1 I50CJ. Wayne Reitz ..J 0 0'7 V".Q. \0 0v 51LP !a
will be at II a.m. ,fA! Qt f'" O is \b otas
... t\ ,
S \o c 6
Union 7
p.m. CUONG NHU KARATE The last chanceto fIoV \\ \ ::4V 0 \0.dl'
C) .
BAIIA'I A speech on "Religion and join classes is Tuesday and Thursday from 4.00- 6'O 0' .
Everyday Lit is open to members of the 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. For more information .41'11/1'" r.... : ,..\. 'X'O,p::4\ f'1<' ".,Ol>
UF community April 4, 8 p.m. in room 118 .m .
392-1971-or 372-3154.
call .
rI't ? .
I Reitz Union by the BAHA'I Association of "' J O\
Rorida. UF SPRING CONCERTi The annual r 0e y s ,\\f'Oc. ,0 g oclQcso
0t ;; 'L
CIIINESE CLUB A discussion will be heldon spring concert "Movement 1975" will be y \0 t -O< \f' r ,.#
"Man and Goods" by guest speaker Jack presented at the Constans Theatre Friday f' J? 6 ,, e
Dea at 8 p.m. in room 346 Reitz Union. For and Saturday, April 4 and 5 at 8:15: p.m. 0 0'\ 'l('i
further information call Jack Dea at 392- Admission is free for UF students and $1 for :,\ f'of"...O r' '
2440. the general public. .p '0" : ,?0'.. ..,'" ,,=, bC.O

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Shevin predicts ERA : V b'

\* & ,'l.c'o '!I1p

ratification in FloridaBy / 6\e

JANET PARK remaining on the books, Florida Atty. Gen.
Alligator Staff Writer Robert Shevin charged Wednesday. /

Women in "kid: and kitchen bondage" are "Until women got, into the job marketplaceand l. :.,
responsible for discriminatory legislation became aware of restrictive laws, nothing "i'; '
was done to change the status quo,'' he said.ADDRESSING .
A reception of Equal

Gasoline tax Rights, Amendment (ERA) proponents,
Shevin stressed his support for the amend
ment that will"insure full legal equality for
mayfinancelocal all our citizens."

He denounced the argument, that states'
rights would be lost to the federal governmentin
I transit yet another area if the ERA is ratified.
"Hogwash! Shevin shouted.
Alligator Staff WriterA the right to pass enabling legislation was
one cent per gallon gasoline tax proposedby passed with-the 14th, 15th 16th, and 19th
County Commissioner Jon Wershow would amendments" the state cabinet member said.
shift the burden of financing the regional Shevin predicted the ERA would be ratifiedby

transit system from property owners to the Florida legislature this year, but only
gasoline users. by one or two votes in the Senate. .
Director .of the Regional, Transit System Shevin also told reporters mandatory
Ken Petersen said the proposal was discussed sentences for specific crimes may be the only
Wednesday by the Regional TransportationBoard effective way to deal with career criminals.
as a "possible source of funds for the SHEVIN EXCLUDES those who have l M X1 r;;;

regional transit system" which presently' is committed only one offense or a 'few minor, % \.== 'TauILPQS lEI
funded by property taxes. infractions from the category "career ARTY '8
WERSIIOW,WHO proposed the tax said criminals" He defined the term as "multiple ,
"The county commission would reduce offenders. '\' TusIN6 'AM
: ; AMY=
property tax by the amount raised by the. gas Florida criminal justice procedures have f 'F'f1S"rlMY
tax." not dealt effectively with career criminals. -

Alachua County is improving, the county Shevin said and the solution may be either to
bus system which runs in a deficit budget, he institute mandatory sentences for each crimeor : 81AC", BAPoSQFag. pIYl1
said. specify a certain percentage of time to be '
"Basically the proposal is an alternativeway served before release from'prison.. .
to run this system:' Wershow said. "We won't go to this policy unless it's a,last
WERSHOW SAID many studies are being resort" Shevin said. a ,
made on the proposal and the transportationboard He also said he saw no violation of the .. I ow
is w ailing'\ to see,\what the U.Sj Congresssis constitutional'rights; of mental ,patients i ; '.* / t .
going to do \with federal l gas taxes. prison inmates had to .be moved into, institutions 1' -
If the commissioners decide the tax is because of overcrowded prisons. \ -RiPEs
necessary, the proposal must be toted on in "P ovided adequate safety precautions are -
referendum probably in November election.. taken sections cordoned off. I don't think it.
Wershow said. would_ harm the patients.." Shevin said.


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"n"? ? .MICHAEL Dhotograohv LONIER 'Hi St.'IK Downtown MFMS (Editor's note Inside Information Is a weekly feature In stops or until a physician sees the person. A bandage can also
rc.w"' ."'OM grapm aeSlJ1 t. 16I'NIKRSITY The Alligator, providing readeis with authoritative Information be used to, keep the material in place.
, on all aspects personal health and policies of the blood is spurting out of the wound it is an indication thatan
Student Health Service. Bring your questions to Room 305 artery has ruptured and in addition to the direct pressureon
: CITY TIC \ \ KLAMTRAK.PLANESHIP: Ll Reitz Union or the lobby of the Student,Health Service. For the wound, you should also apply firm pressure with your
,further Information please contact the Health Education linger at a point located about two inches above the wound.
923 W. University Awe, Office at the Student Health Service room 237)) Tourniquets are used only when the bleeding cannot be
Gainesville, Ra. 32601 CAN HYPERTENSION BE CURED? controlled in any other way, such as in here a limb has
At the present state of medical) science, there is no promiseof been severed or' severely mangled.
377-4226- a,"cure" in the sense of removing one's tendency to have WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF A HEAD INJURY?
MBlBlB high blood'pressure. However, an individual's blood pressure Danger signals after any head injury include "acting
WELCOME i "ban'be: ,;lowered 'and controlled ''by treatment. Many hyper-",, funny any change from normal) behavior; headache or
BACK SPECIAL- I tensive' patients succeed in controlling their condition in dizziness: drowsiness or deep, deep sleepvomiting; ; difficulty
definitely.This means that while they continue the treatment walking straight; weak or numb armsand, legs; blurred or
JERSEY PRINTS regimen, their blood pressures remain at or near normal double vision: fever and seizures.
TWO values. Any one of these signs may indicate severe injury and
890 !1600 : WHAT DO YOU DO TO CONTROL BLEEDING, AND should not be ignored. It would be foolish to i ignore any head
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Regular Price 15-1800 To control most bleeding, apply a compress directly over there's any type of head injury,see a doctor.
the wound. Place the cleanest material; available (sterile gauzeis WHAT IS CYSTITIS?
!J best) over the wound and press firmly until the bleeding Cystitis is an inflammation of the bladder. Symptoms may
!J include abdominal) pains painful burning or frequent
Benchmarkl'tI 1 urination and the presence of blood and pus in the urine. In
mild cases, symptoms may be vague and difficult to diagnose
unless a urinalysis is done.
Cystitis usually has two conditions contributing to its '
development. First, the urinary tract may not drain properly.
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Women are particularly prone to cystitis because the
urethra is short and close to the vagina and rectum, so
or bacterial contamination is likely. Cystitis is also more likely to
occur when resistance is low.

think you are? '.f:} :

Call Gordon blasts f

The Corner boycott proposalBy

Drug Store

BILL ANDREWS Alligator Staff WriterA
3781588for .subcommittee chairman
I threatened boycott of Florida citrus products to force
ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment(ERA)will get no
pregnancy testing, Noconstructioncutbacks support from the woman who is sponsoring the bill in the
House of Representatives.
abortion referral
orpostabortIon Rep. Elaine Gordon, D-Miami termed the proposed seven
state boycott "irresponsible and counter-productive to the
counseling "
seenAlthough cause.
THE BOYCOTT scheduled to continue until the ERA is
approved by the Florida legislature, was being organized by
a Florida House appropriations subcommitteehas Jean L. King, a Michigan attorney who was unavailable for
the SUMMER voted to spend S75 million of bond funds usually set comment Tuesday.
aside for university and community college construction -on "I've never heard of her, she never contacted me for my
public school construction there will be no cutbacks in support, and no nationally recognized organization has ever
place SPECIAL university buildinJt'construction.. heard of her" Gordon said. .
According to subcommittee chairman Bill Andrews D- Gordon said she had three objectiohs to the proposed
Gainesville.there will be no cutbacks in construction becauseof boycott.
an additional $75 million received in bond funds, which are "FIRST, IT WOULD threaten the workers in the industry -
iii backed by the gross receipts tax(la tax on utilities). ," she said.
THE BOND FUNDS increased from S75 million to SI50
Gordon estimated that half of the workers were women..
million. Andrews said.
per month The reason for the increase in bonding capacity is that the "Next. by hurting the revenue in the state, it would hurt the
rates of utilities went up. he said. largest budget item Health and Rehabilitative Services-
RESERVE FOR SUMMER "Because our bonding capacity increased by S75 million which mostly serves women" Gordon said. She named the
we decided to use the increase to help public school construction Aid to Dependent Children program and widow's benefits
BEFORE MAY 1st Andrews said. programs as examples.
UNIVERSITIES, community colleges and vocational and "LASTLY,IT'S SIMPLY counter-productive to the cause.
AND SAVE technical schools will still receive the traditional S75.million Many, many growers and citrus grove owners are women
from the bond funds, he said. proportionately more than in any other industry in which
0j There was a constitutional amendment enacted in women own interests." Gordon said.
November last year r' that included grades kindergarten The House of Representatives is scheduled to consider the
j per month through 12 to be backed by the bond funds in addition to ERA April )IOth. Gordon forecast that the House would pass
universities) ,community colleges and vocational and technical the bill but"the Senate will) present a problem,"she said.
AFTER APRIL 30th schools, Dr. Harold Hanson UF executive vice president, One )legislator threatened to change his vote to "no," after
toting"yes"last year,if the citrus boycott was initiated.
25 from said."There's no ,surprises" about universities not receivingmore Senate President Pro Tern Alan Trask, D-Fort Meade, a
only yards campus than the traditional $75 million appropriated to them. citrus-grower, said his vote would protest the boycott i if it did

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E1D T ULU.Buckeyes. ., "I ,
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College football in Ohio is big business. Few

states have the same kind 'of affection for their

teams as Ohioans feel for their Ohio State < -

Buckeyes.The .

state's governor, James A. Rhodes said, "

"Athletics has. done more for America than any
other cause except religion." Yet even in a hotbed

of football frenzy like Columbus, there are voices
for moderation.

Republican Rep. Norman Murdock could have

committed political suicide when he proposed

bill to require state universities (yes, even Ohio

State' ) to offer as many merit academic scholar-

ships as they do athletic scholarships not based on

"I'm_ not antj-athleticst" Murdock said in The
Chronicle of Higher Education last week. "But I

had to.ask.myself: 'What's the purpose, the goal,
threatens Vietnam
of our institutions of higher education if they don't Starvation ,

give at least the same support to academics that
they do to athletics?'" .
American action needed soonThe
We must ask the same question Florida.. .

At UF, the only state money going toward news from the other side of the world lately has been remained in the city as the noose of the North Vietnamese
athletics are the funds, the legislature appropriatesfrom very bad. Army (NVA) and the Viet Cong(VC) became tighter and
race track revenue and student activity fees. To some the idea of ending the war in Vietnam, which has tighter$ until it finally choked off and seized the city itself.
But the principle is the'same less money goes been going on for more than a generation, and the nearly six- Recent attempts to evacuate city residents failed as
toward needy scholars than athletes. year-old Cambodia war, would seem to be a good thing, or is American ships were kept away from the coast.
it? So today more than 1 million people live in the small

The figures are surprising. No.full.scholarshipsare Even if the war ends soon the casualties from these wars
granted by UF's financial aid office. In fact, will continue'as many Vietnamese and Cambodians fall
victim to another of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse- r HATCH
the most anyone can.receive from UF's honors starvation.A DOUG] '

scholarship program is $450 per. year ($150 per caSe in point is the developing situation in the'city of Da I ,
quarter). 'r Nang. STAFF'WRITINGS
Da Nang the, second largest city in Vietnam fell'last
Only 300 UF students are given academic need Saturday, causing not only military tragedy in losing r:key

scholarships every year, and about 20 J per cent of strategic city ,but also a human tragedy of the greatest French city which grew into a megalopolis status in less than
them don't stay on the program for, a full school magnitude as well. 20 years. ,
year. Everyone receiving such aid must have a 3.0 Da Nang. built by the French during their colonial period, Feeding these people will"take superhuman effort an
grade point average, but Stephen Pritz, Jr., UF was intended to be a small city with a population of around effort which it is doubtful the NVA and VC can muster.
30.000 residents.
assistant student financial aid director, said most Many of these people will be fed, but very possibly the vast
of the students have at least a 3.5 GPA. majority will be left to fend for themselves,or starve.

"There are .plenty of good scholars who are ( OPINION ] No blame can be placed on the NVA or VC, but with more
needy," he said. than 2 million refugees throughout the country'the task is
monumental. If quick measures are, not taken, it will become
On the other hand, there is no way of knowing But by 1968 the old French city, which was called Tourane,
how many good athletes are needy. Bill Carr, UF was swollen into a city of more than 300,000 residents, most of Action by the American government and citizens is
assistant to the athletic director, said of financial whom were refugees who fled their hamlets and villages as the necessary to save as many people as possible from the slow

aid. "We don't take that into consideration at all." war approached. death of starvation.;
When in the comparative safety of the city many of these
refugees had to resort to prostitution and menial labor to keep Locally the UF chapter of the Vietnamese Students
The University Athletic Association, the private their families fed. Association is planning ways to raise money for buying food.A .
corporation which runs the UF athletic program, Even in 1968 the refugees were straining the capabilities of' car wash is slated for,this weekend, with a "Vietnamese
intends to award at least 231 tull athletic the city to feed itself, but the 'war went on and with it came Night" planned for the following weekend.
scholarships in 1975-6 to male athletes (the more and more refugees' The efforts may seem small,but if there is enough reaction,
number for women is pending). One-hundred-- The population swelled to more than 1.2 million persons theirs will be a small part of a greater effort.
recently many coming as the result of the latest offensive. Many millions of people willstarve unless something is
andthirty-five full athletic will
scholarships go to Some were evacuated before the city fell, but, the majority done and part of that something could come from you.
football players.

Ron Cunningham David Klein
Each UF full athletic scholarship i is worth The Independent? Edltor-In-Chlef' Managing Editor

$1,005 per quarter to in-state athletes plus $350 ,
": Jr' Donna iru n
for out-of-staters. Thus, even in-state football Florida Alligator Geo'o" Editor Layout Editor
players who sit on the bench and come from well-

to-do families receive $855 more than the poorest till a.\j, .t Mindl Kelrna Jody CariinEP
straight-A student. News Editor Layout Editor

Of course, if athletes can get money from R.A.'Tony Kendzior: ,'*.,. *. .,,.... ,1 i!..... ... .... .... .....,General Manager
boosters, ticket sales, and race track funds, more James V.Cook . . . ., ,.. .. . .. ....... .Assistant General ManagerMrs. Publithed byC.'iittifMis
Evelyn Best ..,4. .'. ",:.. .;#.... .:. ,'rAdministraNv.Assistant: .
power to them. But that doesn't wipe out the need Anne Maiphurs .. ,..;: .. i. */.*,'. ..'.. .;t. f.:; :.-1'i........,... ... ....Bookkeeper' ; ComniiiiiKUIKiii1.' :. h.'
for aid to academically able students who can't C.Roy Shipp. .. ..... .....". ,.. ..., "1', .. ... .1. ....p ..Iuslne..Manager
afford the increasing cost of a Up} education. Tom MacNamara .. .'. .. ... .. ,.". .. '0' ....... .. ...,,.,. ., Accountant P.O. Bog 13266 University
., Roy McGe.Jr... ; .. ., .. ., <-.,,,.. \. .. ... ,, .tj. .,., t. .AdvertisingManager Station; Cainetville. Florida with
offices Inn.
We'd like'to: seeaonie.af'our-legslators. show tt ;' Donna Lubrono,tJ ,,. >:A'Vl\ S "? :'\> '*. .Ad ertlslng Coordinator behind the College
; Acey Harper.. .,.'...'.<..\.....,,I.:_M .....4nft?!&'...,*rf'-1 :: Special s.ctIon.Coordlnator .1739 West University Avenue. '
the saruejdnd of guts Murdock did when he took Lynda Homier. .,. .. .... .... .. ....,,. .. .. ... ,Advertising Production Manager Business Otfke phone:. 376-446.
his political future in his hands last week,.and we Lynn Solder. . . . .. .'. . .. . Editorial Production Manager Editorial.Department. 376-44M
must ask ,bis questions of the future of higher JlmEsposito . . .'. '.' . ..... ,.. "... .. Editorial Production Manager Advertising. and Production.
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Three views of congressional reform-

As Congress, beset by charges it's out from
moded and unable to cope with 20th Century senators who object to its applying to Committee." he said. "All others at least Supreme Court ,justice if it wasn't for the
Congressional meetings. have been If is filibuster," he said.UNLIMITED .
issues, seeks to. reform itself, three of its STONE eventually open. a meeting
members are pushing their DOUBTS THE SENATE will pass closed. I move to open it." DEBATE, according to

brands Florida of reform on Capitol Hill.. own a sunshine law before 1976, but expects Although he claims success in opening Chiles, helps to enhance Congressional power'by

U.S. Senators Lawton Chiles and Richard changes in Senate rules to open most committee meetings, Stone admits he's had pffsetting the President's ability to "move
meetings this year. Chiles pushed through a little luck in his challenge to Democratic the House quickly" because of his,
Stone and Representative Don Fuqua are no resolution in the
caucus which caucus secrecy "monopoly" on television time and ability to
revolutionaries (Chiles, for example, voted will
in open all committee meetings unless "I 1 have had a real problem with the sway public opinion.
changes Senate's filibusterrule
against : members voted to close them. If approved by caucus" he sxid.. Stone sat in on the first Stone, who emphasized he would have
), but they all advocate what Fuqua calls, the Senate in.a floor VPt th :-ieasure would. ." voted against majority cloture, said the three-
'opening up the Congress: ;so thepeople; can reverse 'the !pWtis r **
practice of often fj LesLnGOEEGUEST :'\ fifths compromise "allows for debate in the
what we're doing.
see scheduling closed meetings which then had to Senate, makes it different from the House.
CHILES AND STONE are working to open be opened by a vote of the members. : COf*DHfTS'S Otherwise, we might as well have a

more Senate committee meetings to the Stone, a freshman who defeated unicameral (one legislative body) system."

public. Both agree some meetings must be Republican Jack Eckerd in November, caucus meeting this session but has Senate Democrats, so far have retained the

closed protect national security, but insist emphasized government in the sunshine boycotted the rest because, in his view, "the seniority system,' which automatically

many committees hold closed hearings whenno during his campaign. Removing his office public has every right to know how decisionsare promotes the majority member with the

legitimate reason exists. door as a symbol of open government, Stone made in caucus." longest service on a committee to its chairmanship
Chiles introduced a "governmentinthesunshine" also has refused to attend closed meetings SENATE ,DEMOCRATS comprise the but the House Democratic Caucus,

bill soon after he took office in unless national security issues are on their caucus or "conference," which has in a highly publicized move, deposed three
1971. The bill, modeled after Florida's '
agendas. traditionally met in secret to decide party chairmen.
Sunshine Law, would open most meetings The practice, Stone says, has not hurt his policy and set scheduling priorities for bills. FUQUA, A 12-YEAR HOUSE

between federal offficials, including effectiveness as a senator because his posture Supporters of caucus confidentialitycontend VETERAN, contends that the action was nota

Congressmen. has prompted committees to open their doors. that some senators would ,vote differently reform in itself, but the result of changes )
Chiles is optimistic his bill will be passed "I'VE ONLY MISSED one committee in an open caucus, especially on such made in previous Congresses. "The rule that

this year or next, but says it faces opposition meeting so far, one on the CIA, Select matters as election of committee chairmen,' permitted that was adopted in the 93rd

for fear of retribution by chairmen or floor Congress," Fuqua said. ,
leaders. The caucus does not vote on com, House Democrats in 1973 decided to hold '

., mittee chairman selection: now, but will do so an automatic vote on all committee chairmanships -
in the 95th Congress. at the start of each Congress, by

::' ", ," L ', ;_ "The leadership thinks I should come backin ,secret ballot if one-fifth the members present
"0' :!:. ," Stone said. requested it.
;t(!.:'; I : HE SAYS HE INTENDS to stay away from Before the 92nd Congress in 1971-72, the

e __..,- the secret meetings, however, until "I feel caucus had no power over the selection of
I've made all the progress I can." committee chairmen; the process, based

: Stone and Chiles split their votes on what strictly on seniority, was automatic. In 1971

GENEVA many see as the most significant change in House Democrats agreed on a caucus vote for

l.-- Senate procedure in years: modification of committee chairmanships on request of 10 or
II Senate Rule 22 the filibuster cutoff provision. more members.

Democratic liberals and Republican ACCORDING TO FUQUA AND STONE,

moderates teamed up this February in an all- an especially desirable change in both housesis

out battle to modify Rule 22. After two weeksof the restructuring of committees to

increasingly bitter debate, a compromisewas distribute workloads more evenly, assign
finally worked out reducing the numberof issues to relevant committees and allow time

votes necessary to cut off debate to three for more "legislative oversight" of the

fifths the total Senate membership ((60 executive agencies.
senators). Fuqua is also'a strong advocate of televising
CHILES VOTED with'17 Republicans and Congressional proceedings. Although some

. five Southern Democrats to keep the two- committee hearings have been televised and
"" thirds requirement. Stone rejected attemptsto special ,joint sessions addressed by dignitariessuch

allow cloture by majority vote, but sup as'the President are usually open to the

, ported the compromise resolution. cameras, neither house has allowed coverageof
entertainment Chiles contends that the old two-thirds rule floor debates.

should have been retained because it forced Although Fuqua says the Congress may be''

the Senate to act with deliberation on im- "like a sausage. You appreciate the, product

,portant issues. better if you don't see the making" he says he
worth its price "I came up here in 1970 with the idea of believes television would be beneficial.

changing that rule, but as I heard argumentsboth "IF WE PROVIDE the people more information -

ways, I began to change my mind" ,they can make up their own minds
entertainment must never
EDITOR It sure is goodto running high, these very free Chiles said. "The civil rights legislation was better," he said. "Besides the media may see
have the 'Gator back attempting competitive fees may go along be
eventually passed. Abe Fortas would have things in a different perspective than the -
to inform the 27,000 way ,towards helping been the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court people. It ,would put more responsiblility on
people enrolled at UF. Let us SUS regain a steady footing. B.E Ginger and Clement Haynesworth would be a the press to do a better ,job."
all Lord. With ,
praise the a
fairly seVere paper shortage highly reliable source in the
upon'us and the State
Honor Court 1 must pity him
University Sytem (SUS) near
for not signing his name, for -, ....J!
financial ruin, one more free Honor
of the
when a member J
service is greatly appreciated. Court cannot speak out in the'
Ron to whom
student paper, our ,judicial dIt
this note is addressed, is system has failed terribly. y

providing a great One might also question his -
humanitarian service bypassing is unwilling to
integrity; if he
the "word" from, a,
have littleor
sign his name we
highly 'reliable 'source in the
no need for his on
Honor Court about how nemiRht the Honor Court. He might a
insure his'.survival in university
make a great
academia. 1" suggest that president.
master keys be put on'sale for
fifty 'dollars and computer Welcome back Alligator.

rental be, provided at two You may be unable to fulfill
hundred dollars per fifteen the University's needs and be

minutes. With inflation a waste of good money. but

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24th Gerontology Conference University

Focuses on Goals for the AgingThe Digest

University of Florida's 24th annual discussion by Sophie R. Dales, research by tin Dtrtoon of la fortieth*4fmbttattoiit
Southern Conference;: on Gerontology will Opens' Sundaypriorities analyst for the Social Security Administration. Service to commitkttt
be held Sund' through Wednesday at the Monday evening at a 6:30: dinner official itotleet Important
Gainesville BAton; Hotel Glenn Allison research analyst for the formation to ttudentt,faculty Aslai
Entitled"So jaI Goals, Social Programsand National Association, of Social Workers /at the inivrrtity Florida -
the Agii g,": the conference will will speak on the supplemental SocialSecurity
feature nation iDy known speakers on such income and welfare reform.
topics as transportation, housing, Social Tuesday's schedule will begin with a
Security, welfare reform and homemakerand session on transportation rob ems of the
home health services. aged by William Fowler, director of mass
Wayne Vasey co-director of the Insti- transit operations for the Florida Department -
tute of Gerontology at the University of of Transportation at 9 a.m. Dr.
Michigan, opens the conference Sunday at Harold L. Hodgkinson, of the University of
7:30: p.m. with an address on "Communi California will discuss goals for higher
cating with Policy Makers." education at 10:30.: Janet Salner, directorof
Margaret Jacks, director of the Florida programs for the aging of the Community -
Division on Aging will speak on "Chan Service Society of New York, will talk
ging Perspectives tinder the Older Ameri- on "Outreach to the Mentally Frail
cans Act' Monday at 9 a.m. William Oriol, Elderly" at 3:30 p.m. and Robert Binston,
staff director of the special committee on at 10:30: a.ni. social welfare professor at Brandeis +g Y,
aging for the United States Senate, will Revenue sharing and social expendi- University will give an address on "Social 7 A .
\ discuss legislative concerns' and national tures will be the topic of a 3:30: p.m. Goals in Contemporary Society" at the 7y p
\ 6:30: dinner.
.J Wednesday morning at 8:30: Dr. RichardC.
Reynolds, chairman of community
health at UF, will describe a community
health program in four rural counties. At
10 a.m. John McRae, UF architecture
Marshall Harris To Visit/ ; professor, will discuss housing for the

UF Community InvitedMarshall Luncheon workshop sessions Mondayand
Tuesday will deal with foster grand- Violinist Daniel Heifetz will perform at
parents, on the Job training, meals on 8:15 p.m. Sunday in the JWRU Ballroom.
Harris of Miami will be on campus three davs next week in his first wheels and other special topics. ,A student of Efrem Zimbalist and Ivan
official visit to the campus since he became a member of the Board of Regents in The conference,is conducted by the UF Galamlan.1 be won first prize at the
January.He Center for Gerontological Studies and 'Merriweatber Post Competition in Washington -
has asked that two evenings be set aside for all interested students, facultyand Programs. Dr. Carter C. Osterbind is D.C., in 190 and made his New
staff members (including Career Service employees) to feel free to talk to Center director and Dr. Harold Stahmer is York Philharmonic debut in 1970.Students
him. The student meeting will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the west half of the associate director.All will be admitted free and non-students can
cafeteria on the first floor of J. Wayne Reitz Union. The faculty and staff meetingwill non-meal sessions of the conferenceat make unpaid reservations for their $2
be at 7:30: p.m. Thursday in the ballroom second floor.J. Wayne Reitz Union. the Hilton are open to UF faculty, staff seats by calling 392-1(55.
Harris, an attorney and former member of the House of Representatives, will and students with a badge that will be
begin his series of campus meetings with officials and groups Wednesday at 8:30: provided free at the registration desk in
a.m. and conclude Friday at noon.; Meetings will include the Administrative the hotel's east lobby. Luncheon and Air Conditioning
Council Wednesday morning and with members of the Senate elected committeesand dinner tickets may be purchased at the
Student Government leaders Wednesday afternoon. registration desk or reserved by .tele:;., TQ Be Restored. ;
Tours of the Health Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Scienceswill phoning Suzan Schafer at 3921711. ; .
take up most of Thursday, with shorter visits that day to the College of Air conditioning will be restored to
Business Administration, biomedical engineering and the Center for Aeronomyand classroom and ,office buildings from 11.
Atmospheric Sciences. Friday, Harris will meet with the Board of College free Body ConditioningFor a.m.: to 3:30: p.m. next week, Executive
Councils and with Alachua County alumni in addition to participating in a news Vice-President Harold Hanson announced
conference at 9:30: a.m. Women Faculty,,: StaffThe today There will be no change in schedule
The meeting with the alumni, which begins at 11 a.m. at the Gainesville Hilton in buildings that have been air conditioned
and will feature Harris as speaker, is open to faculty, staff and students. Intramural Department is offering.. under special exceptions.
Reservations for the $5.25 luncheon can be made by telephone to the UF Alumni a free Body Conditioning course for facultyand Hanson' said the Psychology Building
office, 392-1691 by Tuesday. staff women in the women's gym on will be the first to have service restored
Monday and Thursday evenings from 7:30: .and Tigert Hall last:He said that it is
to 9 during Spring Quarter. Activities possible to ,restore service because of
include exercises and working on the savings that have been effected in the past
equipment. Call Chris Kuhnke, Intra- few weeks by the curtailment of heating'
murals, 392-0581. and air conditionine.

JftirmativLion? Dance Film Festival' Opens MondayThe I I

unto -

first 'annual "Festival of Films 7 pm.Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday in
Celebrating the Dance" series begins COnstans Theatre. You can check out
Women Monday night at 7:30: in the Reitz Union Campus Events scripts in Room 363 of the Arts and Sciences
Auditorium with "History and Transitionsin
Building. The
play goes on the boards May
.Modern Dance" and "An Introductionto 23-25 and 27-31.
Classical Ballet." physics at the University of Texas System
IncreasingThere The free 7-program series will constitutea Cancer Center,'at Texas Medical Center, Movement 75
history of dance,including ballet, modem Houston, will speak on "Decoding of A
is' an increase this year in the dance, jazz and dance for film (or Medical History As Recorded in a Patient's The University of Florida Dance
percentage of women on the University of "cine-dance"). It is sponsored by the Hair," at 3:30: p.m. Monday, in Room 270, will whirl through eight Company -
Florida faculty Collection for the "
according to Interim Belknap Wen Hall.
Performing at 8:15
Affirmative Action Coordinator Dorothy .Arts, an archive of dance, Saturday in the Constans p.m. tonight and
Nevffl. 12.9 per cent of the 1974-73 faculty Is theatre at the University Libraries, with ment 75*will include"Jubilation Theatre." "Move-
female, as compared to 11.9 per cent in financial support from the Arts and Play Try-Outs choreograhic master's the first
1973-74. Sciences Student Council and the Board of project at the UF,
There is also an increase in the numberof College Councils. You can try out for a role in Florida dance a guest instructor performance at Radford by Peggy Albig,
women graduate students attending UF. Players'production of"Guys and Dolls" at Virginia., College In
There were 13.7 per cent more females in Martin Lather King Film
the UF graduate school in fall term of 1973.
The Increase of male graduate students The film, "Legacy of a Dream", about
during the same period was only 1.8 per ,the late Dr. Martin Luther King, narratedby
cent. James Earl Jones, will be presentedfree Cheerle ding Tryout Practice SessionsPractice
Dr. NevUl noted that along with a ,today and Saturday at the Institute of
percentage increase in the number of Black Culture, 1510 W. University Avenue. session! clinics for students interested in trying out for the
women faculty, the University of Florida Showings of the 29-minute film are today at 'squad will be held weekday afternoons from 3:30: to 5:30: Florida 1975 cheerleading
has also appointed ,its first woman noon,2,4,and 7 p.m.. ,and tomorrow at noon Monday, and continuing until the final tryout date, Friday on April 18. TnVcuroPffi
Graduate Research Professor. ,Dr. Yvonne and 4 p.m. cheerleading squad will provide the gymnastic tutoring.
Brackbill. Dr..Brackbill, an authority.in To be eligible fOfthe
squad",a.student must have a 2To averagebe free of
I the field of neonatal development.is, !probation;and be enrolled for at least nine he1ril riritcaurter.:A faculty-staff conduct
currently on the faculty of the College of Hair History committee will select five males and five females to selection
Medicine of Georgetown University and three female and three male alternates. the'regular. squad, with
will come to UF September.. Dr. PJS. Ong, associate professor of For information, call William Cross, 392.1694.The .

i University of Florida is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action EmployeriPa I

The 'Independent Florida Alligator,Friday April A, 1975.fog II
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martin d-35*new tot 4 yrs. pld mint mexican sweater$10 Presents
antique sheep cool
Wedding Bands, A
condition perfect( intonation action $30 metal lennn racquet $20 coffee Traditional' Rings Rm. for rent $45 mo. + '. utilities Coll
lowered $475 firm call 373-3461: alto tablet$10 new bath or Contemporary designs of after 5
$10 372-2683 for
carpet jewelry, your choice. Handmade for Individualswho pm. more Information -
guild f512 $600 guild ISO custom $373 spools and more 378.8925 (fA.5T-IOA.P) wont the best. Original work by keep trying (b-3t-105-p) C&WMOWALLNIGHTLONG

(JA5T.103PJ) 20 gal. long tank, sliding top, pump, South' leading Artists. Master Gold
HONDA CB 3605100 miles KONI shocks, dynoflo, tubtond filters, healer ten gal. Smith and lopldist Unconditional opt for rent spr qur butler. gardens opt ,
package rack, crush ban, 1974 model. tank dirt magnet outside filler, plus stand Guarantee. 02ZIE By appointment only. No. 946 $165 for 2 bed $83 for private
Well maintained. $950 373-8733 after 5. *grovel for both call 377-8958 or Apt. 52 373-3894 (a.A9t.1 05.p) rm no damage dep call tim at 3785093or
(A5T-I03-P) french Quarter (A-5T-104-P 372-1881 will sublet (b-5t-l05-pl)
meat saw band .
saw type and meat .
FOR SALE 69 Souvenir Mobile Home 12 Surfboard, good shape, S'lO"1. diamond ground asking for $50000 for both call 1 1 ATTHEDOOR
i 42, AIR, Central Heat, shag 2 Mr.tMM 'toil,only$<<).Coll Mike ot 373-2637 after 392-6702 from 8 pm to 4pm or 475-1512 niojo room?privacy$80 a month and
311ISW34ihSt. tot 41 372-6366 630. Keep trying (a-3t-1OS-p) after 6 pm and ask for dove fa.lO.IOV. '11 utility, large yard, own room, quiet
p1) n duplex, Ideal- location 3 miles from
school call 373-5087 or 373-9204 mitch
A6CLFLQ8IPA STATETHEATRES greenhouse sale healthy. plants in clay (student) (b-3t-105-p)
pots Sunday'only 10om-4pm go west on
newberry rd post 1.75 to nw 91st st.
follow signs (o-3t-105-p) two rooms for rent until Aug 31 I blk SUNFLOWER'HEALTH
7:15: 9:10 ALL NEW from nrn 80-mo util. Included. 1125 sw "
biccycle 10 speed vista 26 Inch
4th ave. available Immediately. (b-3t- "' ',
lots N. W. with generator light,chain,lock,and tire '05-P) FOODS
pump Included! six monlhsoldl toll vie ,
377-8308 for $$$ (o-5t-105-p) Hoffman ft WelderHI
NEED Immediately! Preferably female
IFMUSKETEER stereo components or b9l turntable
roomale $8333 + 1-3 utilities
realistic 40 watt receiver, kois pro4oa mo Pro Products
fireplace, own room 1512 nw 2nd St. 15
headphones, and fisher xpSSb speakersgreat Natural
o shape vie 377-8308 (o-5M05-p) mm. to campus by bike come-by (B-ST Vitamins Minerals
104 P %
) Herbs
35 mm Camera, Almost brand new; Daliy Products
Yashica Tl Eledlro-X)(, plus automatic Books Cosmetics
flash unit: $160.00 call after 600pm: MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to shore
377-0654 (o.3t-105-p) quality apt.enjoy your own room, tennis UifcMStock Sandals)
1971 manatee 2 bedroom 1 bath washer courts etc, $83 a month unfrnshd. call 7 Wart UnlvanHy' Av.. Downtown
: : dryer hook-up central heat t air on 37 -6899. (P-5M06-P) Golnowllla, florida !Phone 371 Slit
leased 5 acre tract 472-3396 after six OWN ROOM in house $60 per month
anytime, weekends (A-4T-I04-P) call 377-8462 or call terry at 372-9281,
I NEED YOUR HEIPII I hove $500 worth of .come by 4546 nw 13 II, Red brick, you '
ovon products that must be sold Come will love It (b-5t-106-p) ...
to the sale sat,Apr 5,12-Spm gatorwood
I14,1 opt. 1908 (o-2t-106-p) 3 77 8190 male roomate wonted for modern fully f \

See the 75 super bikes at Super Bikes, equipped poolside opt close to campus SOUTHEPAJJ'M
Inc. 1975 electric start 850 Norton $2795, only 58 mo+'/ slit call 373-8101 (b-3t-
1975 GTH-60 Ducatl $2550, 1975 Moto- l06-p) ll\
Guui 850-T $2675 New 1974 850 Norton Two roomates wanted for house in sw US 1-11 A
$2495, Used 1973 750 Yamaha $1100.
section large yard, 0-<:, quiet, com-
1973 750 Norton needs work $900. plus- pletely furnished $75.-mo no lease call
ports and service for almost all John or bob 378-6165 after 9OQ: pm (b- 233 W. Univ. Ave. 377-3013
motorcycles Super Bikes, Inc. 3441 S.W. 51-106-p)
Archer Rd. 3776901. (o-5t-106-t) A collection of prize-winning andspecially
Room for rent furnished w-ret. private'
70 yamaha 250 enduro street and dirt
selected films at the annual
equip. great for getting around school. entrance & bath no util. very close to
roll In the afternoon. ask for orlando campus, cheap) $180' kor entire quarter New York Erotic Film Festival.
iVt1t1 CRAZY COMEDY I 377-8795 (o-5t.l06-p) Call 378-1738 (b-3t-106-p)

IVi yr. old concrete 3 br I lift bath houseIn mole roommates wanted WIlliamsburg THE

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: : : :
23rd BOULEVARD lot 23,600 392-0545 8-5 376-8558 after 6 (b-ft-106-p) BEST OF THE)

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large fenced bock yard-pets welcome NEW YORKEROTIC

FUNNIER bargain world.2614 ne 18 lerr (off 23 call gory after 6pm 3775325b.51I06pI( )
blvd) has new shipmentfurniturebeddingantiquesrefriglow

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THAN Brand new f-11 Enduro or MX Kawasaki
$550 Stereo Garrord turntable receiver
ANYTHING speakers + tape $190 call 378-5814 ((0- Gator

BEING 5l-106-pl) .

DONE Classifiedsare
beautiful maple lovboy drawer chest
tt*. IN MOVIES and mirror, see it: 1417 nw 6 pi. or call Show Times:
373-3616 also garage sale, same address -
TODAY camping equip; odds and ends. 8:00: & 10:00
'=Jar y Cocks, (a-5t-10b-p) availableat
TIME MAGAZINE for sale martin n-10 classical guitar with MidniteFri
'} hardshell case must sacrifice $325 see it
I i 1 the & Sat
at 2715 nw 4th place mornings only (a-
St-IOo-p I ) .

i1fltf'1'A tor sale auto cassette player with CampusShop& The Official Judges included::

speakers and two tapes wrecked cor Andy Warhol,Sylvia Miles,Terry Southern,
monster before could install, $65 or best offer, Milos Forman,Xaveria Hollander.
373-2684 scott jormer (o-St-IOo-p)
Holly Woodlawn and Gore Vidal.Executive
j for sale two rectilinear speakers low boy
model 6 mos old three way speaker Bookstore Director.of the estival: Ken Gaul.
N.Y.TIMES system call 377-8714 after 6pm 600.00

(o-5t 106-p) In color from s Saliva Films
bargain world.2614 ne 18 terroff( 23 jewelry.
blvd) hat king bed 50.00-ook drop-leaf
desk bookcase 125.00 organ 100.00
wicker sofa 65.00 cribs 25.00 377-9835 counter Rated X.Under IT not adrnjlted.

beautiful mople lowboy drawer chest A
PLAZAO I LAST 5 DAYS mirror, 1417 nw 6 pl. 373-3616. also A film you won't see on television for a long,long time.

garagesole this fri, sat, t sun; same
13th STREET end address, camping stuff, lamps, books
2W BOULEVARD I I'M a-ao: 5:35 7:45: 9.45: (o-5l-106-p)

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$130 new 230. coiled tube Strobe light FURNITURE CITY USASEALY
$20. TV light show $15. Stereo pulse
modulator $20 392.7265 *(a-5t-107-P)

e,4 girls$23 26"call bicycle 376-7712 In good(o-H-107-p working) order. king size bed. REG $300.00 NOW $149.50
e akoi reel to reel deck plays great won't ONLY ONE LEFT
record w-opprox 25 topes$100. 9-0 penn
w-rod +' 80 Ib docron 55. remington Other mattress box springs $9.95 up- plenty in stock
electric mod 611 'like, new$100 373-7785

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double bed bed spreads kitchen table Danish Modem 2 LR. Suite $49.50
and chairs van seat cloths and many pc.
more 3861 nw 19 street. 373-1908 (o-1t-.
AN .
log.P lHarley) New walnut LR. tables were $19.95 NOW 5.95
THRILLER Davidson 1974 XlCH 1000 CC
kickstart recently tuned 1,800. call Tom Bedroom Suite brand new $99.50 .

after 6 ot 376-0343 (o-3M07-pj) .
WALT DISNEY Must Sell 36' Mobile Home In .the ..
Ideal for student air conditioned -
PRODUCTIONS shed, lawn mower. $1100 or cash or terms (nothing down) pqy,as little as.$5.00 mo. j"<.
best offer 485-1051 (o-It 107-P) ( z, 1
volt, skit jacket wetsuit used "
only once by little old lady with o fetish
call 373-6551) between 1 and 5 pm (o-it-:

For sale: sears 26 inch men's ten speed 1202 N. MAIN ST.
bicycle. great condition. $50 or
offer. Coll sherry ot 377-4459. after 5.00 NEXT DOOR TO GREEN STAMP STOREALLIATOpLASpIEDj

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1 24th Gerontology Conference University

Focuses on Goals for the AgingThe frodttctd Digest

Univrrsity of Florida's 24th annual discussion by Sophie R. Dales, research by tin DfrhuoH oflnformtttoH 4ftMtcttiofit
Southern deference; on Gerontology will Opens Sundaypriorities analyst for the Social Security Administration. Servian to commun
be held Sund ty through Wednesday at the Monday evening at a 6:30: dinner kite official notices 4 Importantinformation
Gainesville Rflton; Hotel. Glenn Allison, research analyst for the to"1Nktuh,A
Entitled"So:ial Goals, Social Programsand ,National Association, of Social Workers stall at the Inivtrtity Florida .
the Agii gthe conference will will speak on the supplemental SocialSecurity
feature nation illy known speakers on such income and welfare reform.
topics as transportation, housing, Social Tuesday's schedule will begin with a
Security, welfare reform and homemakerand session on transportationdi rob ems of the
home health services. aged by r of mass
Wayne Vasey co-director of the Institute transit operations for the Florida Department -
of Gerontology at the University of of Transportation at 9 a.m. Dr.
Michigan, opens the conference Sunday at Harold L. Hodgkinson, of the University of
7:30: p.m. with an address on "Communi California will discuss goals for higher
cating with Policy Makers." education at 10:30.: Janet Sainer, director
Margaret Jacks, director of the Florida of programs for the aging of the Community
Division on Aging will speak on "Chan- Service Society of New York, will talk
ging Perspectives Under the Older Americans on "Outreach to the Mentally Frail
Act' MondaY at 9 a.m. William Oriol!, Elderly" at 3:30: p.m. and Robert Binston,
staff director of the special committee on at 10:30: a.m. social welfare professor at Brandeis
aging for the United States Senate, will Revenue sharing and social expenditures University)will give an address on "Social nirt
\ discuss legislative concerns, and national will be the topic of a 3:30: p.m. Goals in Contemporary> Society" at the f1
6:30: dinner.
\r Wednesday morning at 8:30: Dr. RichardC.
v Reynolds, chairman of community
health at UF, will describe a community
health program in four rural counties. At
10 a.m. John McRae, UF architecture
Marshall Harris To Visit; professor, will discuss housing for the

UF Community InvitedMarshall workshop sessions Mondayand
Tuesday will deal with foster grand-- Violinist Daniel Heifetz will perform at
parents, on the Job training, meals on 8:15 p.m. Sunday the JWRU Ballroom.
Harris of Miami will be on campus three davs next week In his first wheels and other special topics. A student of Efrem,Zlmballst and Ivan
official visit to the campus since he became a member of the Board of Regents in The conference is conducted by the UF Galamlan. he won first prize at theMerr1weatber
January.He Center for Gerontological Studies and Post Competition In Washington *
has asked that two evenings be set aside for all interested students, faculty Programs. Dr. Carter C. Osterbind is D.C., In 1969 and made his New
and staff members (including Career Service employees) to feel free to talk to Center director and Dr. Harold Stahmer Is York Philharmonic debut In 1970.Students
him. The student meeting will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the west half of the associate director. will be admitted free and non-students can
cafeteria on the first floor of J. Wayne Reitz Union.The faculty and staff meetingwill All non-meal sessions of the conferenceat make unpaid reservations for their $2
be at 7:30: p.m. Thursday in the ballroom, second floor.J. Wayne Reitz Union. the Hilton are open to UF faculty, staff seats by calling 392-1555.
Harris, an attorney and former member of the House of Representatives and students with a badge that will be
begin his series of campus meetings with officials and groups Wednesday at 8:30: provided free at the registration desk in
a.m. and conclude Friday at noon. Meetings will include the Administrative the hotel's east lobby. Luncheon and Air Conditioning
Council Wednesday morning and with members of the Senate elected committeesand dinner tickets may be purchased at the
Student Government leaders Wednesday,afternoon. registration desk or reserved by telephoning :;-- Tp; Be,.Restored, *
Tours of the Health Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Suzan Schafer at 392-1711.
will take up most of Thursday, with shorter visits that day to the College of Air conditioning will be restored to
Business Administration, biomedical engineering and the Center for Aeronomyand classroom and ,office buildings from 11.
Atmospheric Sciences. Friday, Harris will meet with the Board of College Free Body ConditioningFor a.m to 3:30 p.m. next week, Executive
Councils and with Alachua County alumni in addition to participating In a news Vice-President Harold Hanson announced
conference at 9:30: a.m. Women Faculty/ StaffThe today There will be been in schedule'in
The meeting with the alumni, which begins at 11 a.m. at the Gainesville Hilton buildings that have conditioned
and will feature Harris as speaker, is open to faculty, staff and students. Intramural Department is offering under special exceptions.
Reservations for the $5.25 luncheon can be made by telephone to the UF Alumni a free Body Conditioning course for faculty Hanson' said the Psychology Building
office, 392-1691 by Tuesday. and staff women in the women's gym on will be the first to have service restored
Monday and Thursday evenings from 7:30: and'Tigert Hall last..'He said that It is
to 9 during Spring Quarter. Activities possible to restore service because of
include exercises and working on the savings that have been effected in the past
equipment. Call Chris Kuhnke, Intra- few weeks by the curtailment of heating
murals, 392-0581. and air conditioning.

((([(jfHffirmativectton into Dance Film Festival Opens MondayThe I

first annual "Festival of Films 7 p.m.Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday in
Celebrating the Dance" series begins Events Constans Theatre. You can check 'out
Women Monday night at 7:30: in the Reitz Union Campus scripts In Room 363 of the Arts and Sciences
Faculty Auditorium with "History and Transitionsin Building. The play goes on the boards May
Modern Dance" and "An Introductionto 23-25 and 27-31.
Classical Ballet." physics at the University of Texas System
IncreasingThere The free 7-program series will constitutea Cancer Center,at Texas Medical Center, Movement
history of dance,including ballet,modem Houston, will speak on "Decoding:? of A
is' an increase this year in the dance, Jazz and dance for film (or ,Medical History As Recorded in a Patient's The University of Florida Dance Com-
percentage of women on the,University of "cine-da Collection) is sponsored by the Hair," at 3:30: p.m. Monday, in Room 270, pany will whirl through eight original ,
Florida faculty, according to Interim Belknap for the Performing Well Hall.' choreographies at 8:15
Affirmative Action Coordinator Dorothy Arts, an, archive of dance, music and Saturday in the Constans p.m.Theatre.tonight and
Nevill. 12.9 per cent of the 1974-75 faculty is theatre at the University Libraries, with ment 75will include"Jubilation "the'Move-
female, as compared to 11.9 per cent in financial support from the Arts and Play TryOutsYou choreograhic master's project at, the first UF
1973-74. Sciences Student Council and the Board of and a
There is also an increase in the number, College Councils. can try out for a role in Florida dance guest instructor performance at Radford by Peggy Albig in
of women graduate students attending UF. Players'production of"Guys and Dolls" at Virginia.
There were 13.7 per cent more females in Martin Lather King Film
the UF graduate school in fall term of 1973.
The increase of male graduate students The film, "Legacy of a Dream", about
during the same period was only 1.6 per ,the late Dr. Martin Luther King, narrated
cent. by-James Earl Jones, will be presentedfree Cheerle/ ding/ Tryout Practice Sessions
Dr. Nevill noted that along with a ,today and Saturday at the Institute of
percentage increase in the number of Black Culture, 1510 W. University Avenue. Practice session clinics for students Interested In trying out for the 1975
women faculty, the University of Florida Showings of the 29-minute film are today at 'squad will be held weekday afternoons from 3:30: to 5:30 on Florida cheerleading
has also appointed f its first woman' noon,2,4,and 7 p.m.,and tomorrow at noon Monday, and continuing until the final tryout date, Friday April IL The current, beginning Gator
Graduate Research Professor,Dr. Yvonne and 4 p.m. cheerleading!,squad will provide,the gymnastic tutoring.
Brackbill. Dr.-Brackbill,-an authority To be eligible for the squad,,a.student must have a 10 average,,be free of conduct
the field of neonatal development Is ,t probation,and be enrolled for at least nine h61d"lPrt i quartet:A cu1ty-etaff
currently on the faculty of the College of Hair HistoryDr. 'committee will select five males and five females to serve wHhe'regu1ar selection
I Medicine of Georgetown University, and three female and three male alternates. squad, with
will come to UF In September. PJS. Ong, associate professor of For information,,call William Cross, 392-1694..,

i The University of Florida is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer! JPo

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martin d-35 wnew cot 4 yri. aid mint nvixicon sweater$10 PreseniS'
condition perfect( Intonation action 130 metal tennis, antique$20 sheep cool Wedding, Bands, d Engagement Rings for $45
racquet coffee Traditional rent mo. + 'i utilities Call
lowered $473 firm call 373-3461 I also tables$10 new bath or Contemporary designs of after .
carpet $10 jewelry choice. 5'pm. 372-2683 for more in-
guild f512 $600 guild ISO custom $37$ pool, and mere 378 8925 your Handmade for Individualswho formation
(IA-5T 104 P) wont the best. Original work by keep trying (b-3t-105-p) C&WMOWALL
I (MT.lOO.P) 20( gal, long tank, sliding, top, pump South's leading Artists Mailer Gold
HONDA CB 360 5100 miles KONI shocks dynoflo lubwnd flt.rs.,|| heater, ten gal. Smith and lopldisl. Unconditional opt for rent spr qur butler gardens opt
package rock, cash bon 1974 model. tank dirt magnet outside filter, plus Hand Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only. No. 946 $165 for 2 bed $83 for private '
Well maintained. $950 373-8733 after S. d grovel for both call 377-8958 or Apt. 52 373-3894. (Q.49M03) rm. no damage dep call tim at 378-5093 NIGHT LONG
(AjT-103-P) french Quarter' (A-5T-104-P) or 372-1881 will sublet (b-5t-IQ5-p' )
meat bond meat _
sow type and .. .
FOR SALE 69 Souvenir Mobile Home 12 Surfboard good hope, 5'10"', diamond ground asking for $50000 for both call -" 1 1 AT THE DOOR
> 42, AIR, Central) Heat shag 2 Bdr. toil,only$40.Call Mike at 373.2637 after 392-6702 from 8 pm to 4pm or 475-1512 nleel room?privacy? $80 o month and
t2850. 3111 I SW 34th St. lot 41 372-6368 6:30.: Keep trying ((0.31.10S-p) after 6 pm and ask for dove (o-IOt-105- '4 utility, large yard own room, quiet
P) duplex Ideal location 3 miles from
school call 373-5087 or 373-9204 mitch
greenhouse sale healthy plants In cloy (student) (b-3t-IOS-p)
pots Sunday'only 10am-4pm go west on
ta.d Ctt.tr newberry rd post 1.75 to nw 91st st.
fallow two rooms for rent until Aug 31 1 blk '
7:15: 9:10: ALL NEW signs (g.3t-IOS-p) from nrn BO-mo utll. Included. 1125 sw SUNFLOWERHEALTH
biccycle 10 speed vista 26 Inch boy's -
4th ave. available b-3t-
tilt H. W. tfMt t t. with generator light,chain lock and tire '05 ( FOODS
pump Included) six monfhsoldl.. call vie P ,
THE FOURMUSKETEER 377-8308 for $$$ ((0-5M05-P) Hoffman I WelderHI
stereo components or xb91 turntable NEED immediately! Preferably female ,
realistic 40 roomate $8333 mot t13 utilities Pro Products
watt receiver, Boss pro4aa
headphones, and fisher. p55b speakersgreat fireplace own room 1512 nw 2nd st. 15 Natural Vitamins
shape vie 377-8308 (a-St-105-p) mm to campus by bike come-by (B-ST. Minerals

TECHNICOLOR PRINTS 8Y DE LUXE* 35 mm Camera, Almost brand new; 104-P) % Herbs Dairy Products

Yoshico U Electiro-X. plus automatic Books, Cosmetics
flash unit: $16000 call after 600pm: MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to shore
377-0654 (o-3t.05-p) quality apt.enjoy your own room,tennis tMifaflttock SondoltUnlv
1971 manatee 2 bedroom I bath' washer courts etc, $83 a month unfrnshd. call 7 W..f .ntty Av.. Downtown !
730: 930A : dryer hook-up central heat t air on 3766899. (b-5t-106-p)_ CalnMvllU, Florida ffion 37. m.

tat / p. leased 5 acre tract 472-3396 after six OWN ROOM in house $60 per month.
anytime weekends (A-4T.104) call 377-8462 or call terry at 372-9281.
I NEED YOUR HELP) I have $500 worth of come by 4546 nw 13 at. Red brick, you
ovon products that must be sold. Come will love It (b-5t-IO6p) .
1 or to the sale sat, Apr 5, !2-5pm gatorwood
opt. 1908 (o-2t-106.p)377) t
8190 male wanted for modern
roomate fully AT SOUTHD'MUSI.fIALl
See the 75 super bikes at Super Bikes, equipped poolslde opt close to campus GRE
Inc. 1975 electric start 850 Norton $2795 only 58 mo+% util call 373.8101 (b-3t- !
1975 GTH-60 Ducat! $2550, 1975 Moto- l06-p) \!
Guzzi 850-T$2675 New 1974 850 Norton I Two roomates wanted for house in sw
$2495 Used 1973 750 Yamaha $1100. section large yard a-C, quiet, completely -
1973 750 Norton needs work $900. plus- furnished $7S.-rno no lease call
Bob Fosse Film ports and service for almost all john or bob 378-61 65 after 9OQ: pm (b- 233W. Univ. Ave. .3773013A
motorcycles Super Bikes, Inc. 3441 1 S.W. 5t-106-p)_
R Archer Rd. 3776901. (a-5t-106-c c:) collection of prize-winning and
70 yamaha 250 enduro street and dirt, Room for rent furnished w-ret. private
specially selected films presented at the annual
equip great for getting around school entrance 4 bath no util. very close to
WOMCTCO 1 WIN toll In the afternoon ask for Orlando campus, cheap! $180 I kor entire quarter New York Erotic Film Festival.

1 1 A CRAZY COMEDY 377-8795 (o-5t.106-p) Coll 378-1738 (b-3lO06-p)_

I IVk yr. old concrete 3 br I I'/i both housein male roommates wanted Williamsburg THE
N.W.13th STREET and] 2-05 4:00 5-55 7:45 9:45"MADDER Fairbanks w-stove and refr.on Vt acre apt 58.75 +'/ utilities 372-4472 after 2
: :
23rd BOULEVARD lot 23,600 392-0545 8-5 376-8558 after 6 (b-2M06-p) BEST OF THE

? K. xH (o-5l-106-p) ROOM FOR RENT house In ne section
,, large fenced bock yard-pets welcome"
FUNNIER bargain world-2614 ne 18 terr (off 23 call gory after 6pm 377.5325(b.5t-I 06- p)
blvd) has new shipmentfurniturebeddingantiquesrefriglow' EROTIC

MORE master, chg-930-530: 6 doys-377-9835 prices((0- FILM FESTIVAU

: INSPIRED 3t-1 O6p)

THAN Brand new Ml Enduro or MX Kawasaki
$550 Stereo Gorrard turntable receiver
ANYTHING speakers + tape$190 call 378-5814 ((0- Gator

BEING 5t-105-p)

DONE Classifiedsare
beautiful maple lovboy drawer chest
S v. IN MOVIES and mirror see it: 1417 nw 6 pl. or call Show Times:
also address
373-3616 sale
garage same
TODAYTIUEUAQAZINE]' camping equip; odds and ends. 8:00: & 1.0:00:
"-Jay Cocks. I (a-5t-t06-p) availableat Midn'rtGFri&Sat
i for sale martin n-10 classical guitar with
1 Ksy I,: hardshell case must sacrifice $325 see it the
::. at 2715 nw 4th place mornings only ((0-
1 St.I06-p) .

a # tor sole auto cassette player with CampusShop& The Official Judges included::

speakers and two tapes wrecked cor Andy Warhol, Sylvia Miles,Terry Southern,
"A monsterriot. before could install, $65 or best offer Milos Forman,Xaveria Hollander,
373.2684 scott lormer (o-5t-106-p)
Holly Woodlawn and Gore Vidal. Executive
for sale two rectilinear speakers low boy
model 6 mos old three way speaker Bookstore Director.of the estival: Ken Gaul.
N.Y.TIMES system call 377-8714 after 6pm 600.00

(o.5t.106-p) In color tram s Saliva Films]
bargain world-2614 ne 18 terroff( 23 jewelry
blvd) has king bed 50.00-oak dropleafdesk ,
bookcase 12500 organ 100.00
wicker sofa 65.00 cribs 25.00 377-9835 counter Rated X.Under IT not admjued.
((0-31-106) _
beautiful maple lowboy drawer chest A
1 1 2 LAST 5 DAYS mirror, 1417 nw 6 pi 3733616. also A film you won't see on television for a long, long time.

garogesale this fri, sot t sun; some
N.W, 13th STREET and address, camping stuff lamps, books.
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23rd BOULEVARD 1:30: 3:30: S:3S: 7:45: 9:45a :

Gorrord Zero 100 base + pickering
$130 new 230. coiled tube Strobe light FURNITURE CITY USA
$20 TV light show $15. Stereo pulse
modulator $20. 392-7265 "(o-St-W-p)

$25 girls 26"call bicycle 376-7712 In good(g."t.lQ7-p working) order SEALY king size bed. REG $300.00 NOW $149.50

okol reel to reel deck plays great won't ONLY ONE LEFT
record w-opprox 25 tapes$1 00. 9-0 penn
w-rod +' 80 Ib dacron 55. remington Other mattress box springs $9.95 up- plenty in stock
electric mod 611 I like new$100 373-7785.

(o-5t-107-p) Brand New Herculon living room suite (convertsto

,Saturday television and police Sunday moniter air chairs conditioner desk sleeper) were $149.50 NOW $79.95

double bed bed spreads kitchen' table
Danish Modern 2 LR. Suite $49.50
and chairs van seal cloths and many pc.
AN UNEXPECTED more 3861) n.w. 19 street 373-1908 (a-lt.
107.p lHarley) New walnut LR. tables were $19.95 NOW 5.95 -
THRILLER 1974 XlCH 1000 cc
FROM Davidson
kickstart recently tuned 1800. call Tom Bedroom Suite brand new $99.50 .

after 6 at 376-0343 (o-3t-IQ7-P)

country. Ideal for student air conditioned -
PRODUCTIONS shed lawn mower $1100 or cash or terms (nothing, down) pqy,as little as.$5.00 mo. j< .'
best_ offer 485-1051 _(fa-ll-IPy-P) .' I .'
one ladies. coil ski jacket wetsuit used FURNITURE CITY '
only once by little' old lady with a fetish
iil u coil 373-6551 between 1 ond 5 pm (o-2t-

For sale:sears 26 inch men's ten speed 1202 N. MAIN ST.
bIcycle. great condition. $30 or best
offer Call sherry at 377-4459. after 5.00(05'.107.pl NEXT DOOR TO GREEN STAMP STORE



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CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR met large two or 'three bedroom opt IN COUNTRY HOME 5 miles wes
APARTMENT Joel Bridges, RealtorS 404 very close to campus also attic' studIO for of 34th' on archer $63 per month deposit 6:00:
W 4th, avenue, 377-0700 (B 5T-104- rent' and room in nice home or share utilities available ,immediately' call 8:00
Chg) cottage 627 >'. tw. 12 st 373.2087 (B.5T- 372-2766 (B5M04P)

Own BR' In Townhouse Sublease to 103.P) male to sublet $68 mo. shore room and 10:00: MCKIBHMON WM3H MJOTHMJt
begin immed.Prorated rent for Aprl-thru' male roommate' needed (for furnished 2. 'i utilities'. 1 block from campus call 377- SAT. ftSUN. ,
mid June. Priv. tntr. tllO-mo All utd" bedroom opt located, In olympIa opts, 9848 or come by colonial Manor opt 99 frrt*fr M \ BUY VWDW flM rtrttf*t>00THEFHQNTMOE
paId. Near campus 378.9|<3(6-51-105-( ) orv ground floor lUst off eampus- 1216 SW 2nd ove (b-3t-IOSp) .
reasonable. call I 1.813.733.5361.. (B-ST-- 2:00 o
one or rwo large bedrooms available to
103 P) sublet' from a three bedroom opt at the
men students rooms to rent by quarter kings, creek opts prefer liberal, male call
0.0 ART X close to campus 1)5) nw 10th st call 377- after 7pm 373.2531 (b-St-105-p. )
9625 4:30 to 800 pm ready for immediate 4'
occupancy (B-5T-104) beautiful 12 x 50 qir-conditioned,, furnished I 5th ALBERT fWNEY OiNGIELGtJO!
mobile! home, located within 'FLIER
e biking distance, of UF $150 month, $40 WEEK LAUREN BACALL WENDY
Sublet large one.bedroom apartment deposit', no lease, 377-0049. (b-3t-105-p) MARTIN BALSAM ANTKNY} PERKINS
furnished, washer-dryer, carpeting Until,, VANESSA REDGRAVERAMl
needed GATOR-
male roommate at INGRO!BERGMAN
June, then option to 'lease $140 I mon.h.373.6381'or .
373-1375 (8.IT.I00t.PIGeorglo
1 ( furnished, and close to uf. 5800mo.
N Seogle Hall An independent 378.. S' keep trying (b.3t.105.p)
off-campus men's co-op Room and SEAN tmlRY
mole roommate Weeded for spring
Board for lets than S95-mo 1002 W.
quarter at oak forest oportment 182 for
Ave 376-9179 (B-4T-I04)
$70 + 1-3 utilities, call dm at 377.8931.
WEIRDESIRES need r-m 3 b., country. village opts d-w, roommate to share opt with two 7:00
0-<, cheap'utilities, own room $85 mo. washer
roommates own room dryer
nice place. call 373.9636 anytime (b-5t- 9:30
dishwasher 98 a month + 1-3 util at In
I05p) the pines call 376-0152 or |Jeff 377-7854 I SAT. ftSUN.
female roommate. wonted for spring (b-ft-106-p) .
village park $52.25 + 'Inutilities
quarter opts .
own room In a 4 bedroom apartmentnear
great roommates- pool call 2:00
campus cable TV pool oc.
3780589 (b-3l-105p) available now $90 mo. + '/ util call 4:30

Roomate' needed to shore spacious: 2 377-9568 (b-3t-106-p) 7:00 A !"' '' n
bedroom opt: 3 blocks from campus. large opt for 2 5 min from campus air- IWJIUIIIII .... .
Prefer serious student Jim 377b.( condIt., all utilities, phone linens, maid 9:30
3M05-P) service, $150 month 1708 S.W. 43 ave
376-4396, 392-1540 (b-5M07.P) "MURDER

: 2 brs turn Ished opt air, quiet N.E.
: .S arne'vo1toziidoz 't: I section. sublet $170 per month call 377-
,. ., 7518 (b-5l-107-p)
: ,:".;...;>> TIll- ORIENT EXntESS"Most
: .., : :. ::. Rent small bedroom in quiet houseNE
section $45 mo plus 4 utilities,
Q ,Try oar Nof English
THE :,. 377-9780 (b2t107.p)
Curly Permanent..
[ >, Needed female roommate' to sublease 1 Ibr
377-2643 opt near VA available now. 77.50,+
.'. '/i utilities,.. 373.6724 (b-3t-107-p)

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: "The Brilliant American Violin Virtuoso" : 3:15 BURSTY

: University Performing Arts Series : .7:45 5:30 For Nominated Academy I"

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: Sunday April 6 at 8:15 p.m. : CAY. ftSUN..

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: Reitz Union Ballroom :

: UF students: FREE General Public, : 82.00 : ACE

University of Florida, Modems viIi b4 admitted FREE Of CHARGE all the programs in this tents. A motonty of seats for eachperformance I !iii di"tin. l(rndfll,
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or accepted prior I.the night of the performance Such reservations will" be aun is housted All performances ore scheduled te begin 011 I 15" m :unpaid reservations*'ll be held.until 7:45 p m. .

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Female shore I or 2 aVTICES
+ Clean to roomin roommate needed now at landmark -
$53.75 + $25. deposit Coll No .9. come by after DYNAMICS is proud to announce fUNI! MAKE ANIMATED TITLES with
Viscoyo. ,
pm or and applications
call office for o new member instructor MARK F. SuperS or 16mm Comeros. Easy Instructions passports Classifieds
(O5t-107-p) Info.
378-3157 own room 90.00, 377-0797
SCHRAM completed the Instructor natuollytl. portraits camera
shore for 4700 $1 Swank, 657 Willobor, ,
1 Bdrm Apt. I block from campus. Sublet (c-5t-105.pl) Training Course in Jacksonville under Washington CM, Ohio 43160 (|-5t-107-p) work studio 1219 W. Univ.! Ave. (", .2Ot.
thru August with option, to r new. Coll responsible> female roommate own rmm the Sanction of PROFESSIONAL 91-p) 376-4446
373-2)95 Available April trailer, $70-mon() + COED's facial' hair removed per.monently -
372-1127 or mil 7117 sw ASSOCIATION of DIVING INSTRUCTORS Europe Israel Africa Asia travel
15th $135 month (b-3M07p) archer rd. lot 2012 call Janice at 378.1092 Mark will be assuming the position of Call Edmund Dwyer discounts year round student air travel

I or 2 ''em roomates wonted for summerat or 372-2195 (c-5t-l05.p) Head Instructor ,in charge of all basic electrologut 372.8039 over(.fr-107-c 20 years) experienceColl me 4228 first ave tucker go. 30084 ((404))
summit house $48 for 2 $96 for 1 1oerson COLD i SILVER Top prices paid tor class classes Mark is a senior o* U. of F.mooring | 934.6660 (m25t8.p) .

do It now ovoid later complication rings, old jewelry, etc confidential, Call in chemistry (J-4T-KM-P) week 10 Week by Tom of golf Chelleml lessons,for 9 holes$30 each Wed GRE PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 18

!opt d-1 or call 373.5398 (b5t. OZZIE 373-3894 (c..oI9t.105.p) Cay Community Service Center Gay eves 7.30 pm West end. 20 advanced hours, $35; course reprealable free

107.pi) Female roomate wanted $67.50 + "i men ond women meet. each Thurs. participants max. call tom 373-2721 (j j- Score 1000 by the second try or your
SUBLEASE garage Apartment' ; Ideal utilitiel Close to campus 376-0474 (e-3t-- evening at 7pm at 107 NW 15th ter call 5t-107-nc) money bock Coll ((305)) 854-7466. (J-8T- sects
location 3 blocks from campus 1321 NW '05.P) 372.1881 for information Tom (j-IOl-106-( 99-P) ono
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up get away on out
3rd ove. $150 a. month stool by or call one female wanted to share 3 bdr apt Pj and experience the thrill of soaring in a LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U F. 20 Fl
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against SEC champ GeorgiaBy

KEITH CANNON then, the answer might be afternoon at 2:30: comes the against Florida State. Other
Alligator Sports Writer given in a single word- big confrontation, when the than that match Coach Dan
Georgia. two undefeated SEC powers McGill's Dogs have lost onlyto
1969 was the year of UFs The Bulldogs from Athens meet at University Courts. No. I Stanford and to No.
last SEC men's tennis SEC champions for the last UF ((17-1)J ) will be lookingFor 3 Miami, who handed the
championship. four seasons, are being its 13th win in a row, while Gators their only loss of the
If you ask why they haven't pressed hard by the Gators as Georgia is coming off an year four r weeks ago. 4 z I Ih
duplicated that feat !since usual this season. And this upset loss earlier this weekI' The Gators will also be out
to avenge an 8-1 loss to
Georgia last season, their only
1 SEC dual match defeat of l

I Iy 1974. -
This afternoon's match

p, promises to have some close

VfM individual matchups. In the
No. I match in singles, UF's ,
Juan Diaz will face Georgia's
Manuel Diaz, the SEC No. 2
singles winner last year
Playing at No. 1 U this season
Diaz (Manuel, that is) beat
+ Stanford's John Whitlinger
,7' champion in their match
earlier' in the year.

:, a i1 ea ak nt ,+v.rn y 'ke. ;x< sG aa The two Diaz's did not play photo by andy n.wmonUFS
each other last year, but they
are no strangers to each other. DAVE PRESSLY
>a In the 1973 NCAA Indoor looking for toumament edgehe
Tennis Championships Juan
-_.--.-- bested Manuel in a tough likes to hit the ball hard." chance of beating them_" he
, photo by andy nwman three-set match, winning on a "We'd like to get them said.
tiebreaker. Juan said of his back after last year. They lost
\ GATORS' NO.1 PLAYER JUAN DIAZ opponent, "He's kind of tall to FSU,so if everything works

,defeated Bulldog opponent ManuefDiaz two years ago ((6'3"). He has a big serve and out 1 think we have a good (See 'Tennis'pane 15)Gators

The Independent .

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Pag_ .... frfday.April'" 1975 '

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meet 'Dogs bearing no giftsBy

MARK JOHNSON smen," Fuller said.: "In other game rematch against the ....
Alligator Sports WriterIn words, seven of the I 13 runs Bulld os. 1
the Gator baseball were gifts. And ten of the 13 Georgia finished last in the .',,, .
locker room,head coach Dave runs scored with two outs. Eastern Division last season
Fuller has tacked up some "IN THE Auburn ball with a 3-13 conference record,
very interesting reading game ((8 7.5 loss), five of the and don't figure to be much J1f/4. '

material regarding the two seven runs reached on baseson better this year. The Gators, ;' :....
Southeastern ConferenceSEC balls," Fuller said. "Theirtwo who will be facing some -
( ) l losses his team has hits were doubles when tougher conference opponents -
suffered so far this season. pitchers were ahead 1.2 and In later weeks, can't afford to "
S "If you'll look on the 02. That's a cardinal sin." lose to a team of Georgia's ,,.. "'.-1';"'(""'.,
+ bulletin board you'll see that The Gators will have a caliber this' early: in the Ii ,
in the 13-4 ball /game'we lost chance to straighten themselves season. ,,
'to Georgia) five of the runs out this afternoon and "WE KNOW we have to
reached base on bases on Saturday when they invade win two on the road up there,
balls and two on hit bat Athens. Georgia for a two. and the players know it,"
coach Jay Bergman said. "I'm
sure they're going to give a

)good effort." ".", ,,

Wrestling trio Chappell Senior will lefthander start today John for ,r II "N:?;""; : ,> :I ;;;(;; ; ,

the Gators while Saturday's -
starting pitcher will either be photo by g;org. kochanlc jr.

faces Russians Craig Pippin, Bruce Baker, or UF CATCHER JIM SHULOCK SWINGS FOR THE FENCES, I
1 Wilkie Smith. ,sophomore leads Gators with three homers after 21 games

The I United States wrestling team will have only'three Of course all news has not Gator's 3-1 victory over carrying several hot bats into, impressive statistics on the
been bad for the Gators, 12- '
Gator grapplers on its squad when it tangles with the Lafayette a week ago Athens today,,..led by second staff nonetheless Bruce
10 overall in 2-2 in the SEC.
Russians tonight at 8 p.m. in the Jacksonville Colliseum.The Thursday, left fielder Joel baseman John Cortese, with a Baker leads the staff with a 3-
Gators previously had six wrestlers scheduled to go, UF won the opening games of Murrie felt a little weak' and .357 batting average thanks to 0 record and a 2.19 ERA, and
and Auburn
both the Georgia
against I the I Russians, but,injuries will keep two of them series out of breath, but continuedto a recent 14-game hitting Eric Hiller and Wilkie Smithare
of which t featured
out. while'another Gator has been replaced. one play for the rest, of the streak. Other offensive close behind with ERA'sof
tour-inning )hitless stint by
SEC CHAMPIONS Tim Granowitz ((142)) and Henry game. That evening it was leaders' include Roger Holt 3.04 and 3.21.Unfortunately.
Wilkie Smith and the other
Jackson ((190)I )( ) were injured in the national tournament nine-inning shutout by John discovered that Murrie had a ,and David Bowden at .333
three weeks ago) and won't participate; Granowitz tore Chappell. The second temperature of 103.8 and a' Murrie' and Terry Jones at I ', the
cartilage in his knee and will be operated on"in the next were the ones which games left strep throat, sidelining him ...317, and Jim Shulock at\31J. statistics also show that Craig
month and Jackson injured his neck. Coach Fuller turning. tor the Auburn series that Shulock also leads the club in Pippin has been strugglingwith

UF wrestler Jeff Davis was slated to go at 180.5. but has IT'S ALSO important to weekend. 'home runs with+ three, while a 14 record and a 4.73
Center fielder Sammy Rickwl1s.also.fore Cortese leads in RBI's with 21 ERA while Mike McCarthy'smark
been replaced b> Mel Renfo..assistant coach at LSU. into, consideration that
take ,, d out,of action*t and Murrie''itf 'stolen bases k is to 595.And: the
: up
" Granowitz's, spot will be tilled by a Tampa'Univershy .
"\ -thirds of the outfield was I
when he was hit in the left ear'by
{ with six staff as a whole'has walked
wrestler il by Fletcher Carr coach of
Kentucky ,
torced out of action during
a pitch in the third inningof
112 men and struck out only
,w hose team finished second to UF in the SEC's.The ;:, the Auburn ,series causing the first Auburn game The UF pitchers with their 111. -
three UF grapplers remaining on the team include problems on both offense and Both players hope to see 4.11 team earned run average
Bob Roberts 114.5. freshman Dan Lubell 149.5. and
defense. action this weekend.,
> )have not fared as well as the
'rotten heavyweight: / While playing in the THE GATORS will be hitters but there are some (See 'Baseball' page 15)at


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Charters < j UF ears tc'hes Relays

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Bv RICK ADELMAN stead an accurate descriptionof Texas Relays this weekendbut Horace Tuitt. Wimpy
Assistant Sports Editor the Gator track team's the UF coaching staff Alexander and Noel Gray
New York flA$330* London When it rains it pours. injury situation. decided it would be in the three fourths of the Gators
Chicago $353 Paris No. this is not an advertisement THE GATORS were team's best interest to scratch national champion mile relay
Lo$ Angele.l Dublin for salt but in supposed to participate in the from the meet. squad, are all sidelined with
San Francisco Amsterdam muscle pulls. The injuries
CIVll AERONAUTICS BOARD Madrid could, said assistant coach
oppwv CHARTERS)V Dave Adkins keep them out

'Low-corf summer Illghti WAIT and pay $93.4 'Art now I UCLA signs Bartow of action for a month.
Reservations.or*' required 65 days In odvanc. For detail, "I talked to the trainer

contact STUDENT AIR TRAVEL AGENCY INC. UCLA's near perennial basketball not divulged. It is known, that Bartow Tuesday not to run and them he advised" Adkins us

4228 First Avenue champions reached to the Midwest gave up the final four seasons of his explained. "Tuitt and Gray
((404)) 934-6642 TUCKER GA. 30084 Wednesday to hire Illinois' Gene Bartow contract at the University of Illinois in had been training but they
as successor to the legendary John order to accept the new position. were hesitant to say how they
Wooden. He succeeds the man who coached the really felt.".
Bruins for 27 seasons and won an un- "HORACE IS
/ GET HIGH Terms of the contract for the 44yearprecedented 10 national championships in discouraged," Adkins
old graduate of Northeast Missouri were the past 12 years. continued. "He's the type of

THIS SUMMER competition.individual who" thrives on

Tennisfrom Intermediate hurdlers Bob

WHY NOT FLY FOR'TWA for UFo John Kunnen will team in the regular season, it Rambo and Tom Doerr are
( page fourteen) play last year's SEC cham- gives you an edge over them hi i healthy and were scheduled to
pion in No. 6 singles, David the tournament" he sai,:. run in Texas but Adkins said
In the No. 3 singles match Dick. Dick defeated the Pressly will'play the Bulldogs' the pair didn't want to go out
Gators, Mike Boning in the two-time SEC titleist Gordon there by themselves.
I lit r a urn Is tournament finals last year. Smith. "This situation could have
Kunnen, who was the only Jim Oescher, who will play good effects because it will
The deadline for men's UF player to win in last year's No.6 singles for UF said that give us the opportunity to get
dormitory raquetball is today. loss to Georgia said, "These avenging last year's defeatwas into a slower training routine
Monday is the deadline for (UF and Georgia) are the op less important for him and build them back up for
Tronsworld Airlines is signing up for men's in- contenders for the SEC than getting a win for th's the NCAA's. It. gives us a
seeking stewards and dependent softball. Teamsare championship. If we win it year's record. "It's just chance to relax for awhile"
stewardesses for employmentthis 10 men minimum seven. will give us a lot of confidence another match" he said. But Adkins added.
summer.A Contact the IM office 229 and show us that we he added "They're tough, "But since there's not going
Fla. Gym 392-0581.) can win the championship.We you know. They seem to .to be another big meet (Penn
TWA representative will be on The UF Frisbee Club will definitely want to get always win the close ones-a: I Relays) for month it's not
campus to discuss employment have a meeting Tuesday, them back, and I think we real solid team." going to be easy for them to
opportunites and answer questions. April 8 at 7:30: p.m., 222 Fla. can do it." UF's freshmen Chap come out every day and- give
Gym. Beginners to experts are UF's No. 2-seeded Dave Brown (No. 4))and Jody Stagg their all."
welcome. For more information Pressly also said that a win (No. 5)) haven't been aroundas "The guys are going to haveto
The basic rqmrmrti ore Over 20 year old, hught S*2"to 6'2" contact Ron would be helpful in building long as the others but they take good care of themselves
with" proportionate weight,excellent health/ vision correctable/ to 20-
30 or better.AppfIcon must be WIlling to relocate.Bolts: New York, Zamora 3920540.The confidence for the tour- have played enough tennis to and bring themselves i
Chicago,KanttM City,lot Angelei/ Son Francisco TWA will arrange UF archery club will nament. "Any time you beat a recognize a "big" match. back !slowly.
pour Ironsportofion to and from your bate station
compete at a state meet in
Jacksonville this weekend. ..
Hourly briefings will be The third-year undefeated Baseballfrom -
held at Room 361 of the Reitz Union. Gators are led by Pete f
Privateer who recently set a
state collegiate record with a ( page fourteen) than the inconsistencies in we're playing and move the
MON.APRIL79AM2PMTUES.APRIL89AM4PM score of 817 out of 900 at the other areas." Bergman ex- ball like we've been moving it,
Stetson Invitational. He also plained. "We've got some we'll be alright," head coach
set an open division record in NO ONE on the team, young people, and we've just Fuller added. "But we've got
the Olympic event for Florida however, has given up on the got to be patient. We owe to have 'consistent pitching
and in doing so has qualified youthful pitchers. them a big. vote of con- both days. If we do, we'll start
An Equal No Telephone Opportunity Calls Employer for the trials for the men's "The inconsistencies in the fidence." winning doubleheaders instead -
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Don't Touch That Dial!

Sure, TV Is a vast,wasteland but aftor all, It's the
only vast wasteland we've got.Where else can you Police Priest
find seven consecutive nights of entertainment @ The ,
based on four million variations of three basic
plots? But believe it or not there's still a few Father Heat goes undercover to bust up'a phoney
variations that haven't been hit on yet. Am.ericanSportsman Unitarian protection racket but his cover'is blown
*** * ** * ** when they discover his.357 Magnum is loaded with
rosary beads.
The Six Million Next week the Jehovah Witnesses take the fifth:

Dollar DogWhen This week William Colby of the CIA and Howard @@

Hughes take us on an exciting deep-sea fishing .
Steve Austin's pet Irish Setter Sundance expedition in search of the elusive sunken Rusky] ;
gets hit by a car chasing a Frisbee in the street submarine the House Ways and Means Committee I :
Steve talks his boss into replacing the dog's Injured Search
goes skeet-shooting at Gerry Ford's trial balloons:
limbs with cyrogenic parts. and Wilbur Mills hunts Big Cat In the bush of
But Steve becomes alarmed when Sundance Argentina. ; and
short circuits as he lifts his leg at a fire hydrant. ';"

Peter Pensacola
Gilligan's Whlzbang and Company "K" stumble
across a communist stash of extremely potent,
and Yawn marijuana while on patrol in a besieged Mekong
Towering InfernoStarring Delta hamlet.They decide to move downwind and

Peter horses around with Mr. Ed in a hilarious skit call for a fire bomb attackNEW:
about the secret sex life of Secretariat. Yawn backs : Bob Denver Jim_ Bachus Tina Louise
them up with such hits as "Trotting on the Wild and Alan Hale.
Side", "f Come Unglued" and "Tie a Yellow Bob Denver and Alan Hale portray two tour
Ribbon 'Round the Old Oat Sack" guides trapped on the observation deck of an ultra-
modem skyscraper above a spreading wildfire that
, : climbs up one story of,;trie building each episode.,
This week Gilligan (Bob Denver) bungles all
\I means of escape when he swallows the.key to thefire


BookiesThis TV!

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week the Bookies! rub out an incompetent I Rebate,
numbers runner bribe the D.A. and settle an old \ Bankruptcy Rip-off Paranoiaand
debt with Benny the Punk.
pagethreeThe .
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tn i a moment...........: RapScallion

The Vegetarian Detective"FRUITCAKE" Twisting Slowly/. ,

Jonathan Rap Scallion stays cool as a Slowly in the WindThe
cucumber when people positions of power try to
squash the truth behind a fire in a gay nightclub
Livingston'Seagull but the case mushrooms with nuts and dates.In day-to-day drama of a beleagured misunderstood
a subsequent episode Rap Scallion gets and history conscious chief executive with
stewed when the heir to the Cauliflower fortune is bushy eyebrows and no credibility and his faithful,
Show stabbed to death with a carrot and found,floating trusty staff of over zealous compatriots. They,battle
face-down!" in a vat. of hollandaise sauce.P' desperately against overwhelming odds to ,make
A new relevant situation comedy from Norman America safe for dictatorship.
Lear creator of All in the Family, starring a set-In-
his-ways seagull who is trying to advance throughthe @
five levels of perfection when a family of crows "

move Into the nest next door. The Exiles (@ ;"i.: at. :;::. '

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Lon Nol of Cambodia stars stirring ."' '
about ,Ineffective despot Y ...
,dramatic series a 'pu gy. -
The Moldy OnesEach who is forced,to'flee his country when his allies A situation. comedy about a self-educated\'r-
desert.him and ,subverslve! a f forces run rampant,ln,
,' wetbdck who had friend:wHo used fdr$ wprk with a
,his search to secure asylum*irt a?friendly,country.;
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week different show featuring the .guy who met talked'fo somebody
times The Junkies, .Lon Not encounters problems,and finally ,ends up who went to and :
dedicated professionals out : ,a party once actually saw Mary
the Clemente Calif.
gardener at San ,
disguised as o
The Terrorists and The Price.Fixers.. This week the Tyler Moore.In .
mansion of one-time hype politico. Supportingroles
Price Fixers race to bribe a Federal Court judge in ,a of Greece The Butler the first episode. Jose organizes a,boycott of
Constantine as
order to avoid reimbursing the public for price : |ing union watercress only to 'learn they. are 'really'
and Thieu the Mold.
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Now you see it. how'you don't. Keep your eyeson
the Amazing Mr. O, 'the man with the fastest
hands'. He goes by the names of Major O'Satyrdae,
Maior the Magician, or, to most ,just Major, and the
magic he provides is welcomed by the needy and the

bedridden.On .
stage at the Sunland Training Center for his 25th
benefit show in less than two years, Major produced a
i large metal urn and emptied all! the water out onto
the floor. Then he asked a member, of the audience to
t come up, wave a special wand and say a few magic
1 words.
"Wanna see more water?" Major asked the crowd.
"Yes, yeslll!!!," the crowd yelled back.
And Major O, with a grin on his face and a quick
I twist of his hand, turned over the "empty" urn and,
9 sure enough! there was more water.
Then there were handkerchiefs from sleeves, doves
flying out of popped balloons and some fancy sleight-
; :,\' of-hand with magical ropes mystifying
\,\ prestidigitation -and the audience, as always, loved

it."I 1 never turn down doing benefits for anybody who
needs an operation or is sick and needs money to pay
',. ', bills," said Major Last September, Major performed
UP Auditorium for Gail Thomas, who was on a dialysis

machine awaiting, a kidney transplant.' 'Majorpromoted
i .. the'benefit by also performing on WCJB's
Patricia Roger's Show. In the past he has also appeared
on the Ed Sullivan and Mike Douglas Show.
"When I do a magic show 75 per cent of the gross
/ goes to the-needy and the remaining 25 per cent
covers cost of posters, tickets, and takes care of me,"
said Major. "An average charity today needs about 90
per cent of Its donations to run its overhead, leaving
10 per cent for the needy. I'm a little better than
average," said Major.
But, to become just '"a little better than average"
requires a great deal of work and experience.) For
Major, who was born 65 years ago, the son of Irish'
immigrant performers billed as the "Flying Barbers;
",-", ," ,', J ...',> experience came at an early age. By the time he was
: ; six Major was part of his parents' act and was per-
.' ,,; '\\',,::; :} ::: ,1 ::. '. forming double somersaults on the flying trapeze as
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"''; i.:I'r..)W t"< ,'. ,".'/,. ,.,'.,, But, that soon got old and Major decided to pursue
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': "if>>I'v., ( """ )"', Touring with the Benchman and Garrity Show, Major|
ifl \;',J'itl\9t"\ .'_.,":'."' was billed as "The World's Youngest Strongman." His
'J'f. I.i'I I \\'f' : .t."r.:. '' specialty was bending three.fourth'lnch bars across
"\ '< .' his teeth.
,'< "After I got finished bending the bar | would hand it
to someone in the audience to bend back. No one
ever did," he said.
., 't, Then, in 1939, Major moved on to another gig. This
time he was "The Man with Asbestos Skin" in the
"John Hicks Strange as it Seems Show."
"I! was performing a fire act ,that has never been
duplicated," said Major. "I 1 would heat iron bars until
they were red hot and place them op! my arms. I
would shave with'arv,acetylene torch and them put it
out with my tongue. I was impervious to heat. and

Those were,the busy days. The John Hicks Show had
42 acts on 16 stages and Major was the only act thatworked
all 16. Some 'newcomers often tried to
duplicate his act,.but'soon found'it wasn't.as easy as It
i seemed.

"Unless you know how to manipulate the body and
are careful not to leave the heated object on one spot
too long, ,the trick should not .be attempted' said
Major, "because there is no chemical or stoic acid I've
seen that's gonna keep the skin from' burning."
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In 1952 Major performed his fire act on television neck and his cheeks. .

for the Vic with Perry Show. Electro, the electrified girl Pulling up his trousers, Major revealed a geisha girl joyed performing it." Major believes that en-
bulbs at the Hollywood Super Circus tattooed on the calf of his right leg. Unbuttoning his tertainment such as magic releases the audience from
and gasoline torches by mere touch. shirt, the portrait of a clown appeared on his chest anxieties and worries during idle moments."I .
From 1962-72
Major toured nationally with two with his left nipple centered as the nose of the clown.A like magic best because it involves the least
dolphins named
Flapper and Polaris Pete. "The panther and lion with a python snake wrapped work," said Major. "Contortion. is a tough rocket and
were donated to retarded children around its middle are tattooed on the back near the sword-swallowers area, dime a dozen. The problem
associations according to the county or state we were shoulders. *
playing insaid sword-swallowing is you have to relax. That
Since Major. "Wanna see a fly on ,the end of a joint?"asked:the blade is going down your throat to !the pit .of your
moving to Gainesville In 1972, Major has Major. And, before you can answer, he's unzipped his stomach. I've never found a sword that folded up into
given while 25 magic shows for the Sunland Training Center pants, whipped out his penis and, la and behold, it's a the handle either, although sometimes I wished I
furniture and working there five days a week repairing fly on the end of a joint. had." Then, before you can say hocus-pocus, Major

has doing handiwork.He One of Major's favorite contortion acts begins in a pulls out a rope, cuts it into three pieces, sprinkles a
filmed a 40 minute tape for the standing position with a water-filled glasss sitting on little 'wiffle ,dust' over the pieces and the rope Is-
pediatric ward in Shands 'The children watch me his, forehead. Lowering himself to a sitting then a restored as a single piece. Simple as that.

perform said while they're waiting for the eye doctor," prone position, Major'doubles his knees to the floor "Magic" like this comes from adherence to a

Major. and passes a ring over his fret. As ho passes the ring formula that would not otherwise be achieved by a
Major rolled up his shirt sleeve exposing a black behind his knees he,duck;, "his head then shoulders person's natural power. "I've never deceived anyonein

and blue patch on the bicep of his right arm and said, through it, so the ring can pop off his back. my life,"said Major "Maybe I've tricked their eyes
"I even got marks of the trade." It's a fact that nerves "I use to offer $2,000 to anybody in the audiencethat by misdirection, but never deceived them."
lie close to the skin,so the only time you feel the pin is could "
duplicate the trick, said Major. "I'd say it Major builds his own magic paraphernalia.
when it goes in and comes out the other side."At one takes very steady nerve, and I attribute It to not a dropof "Someone else builds a blade box and because I'm a

time Major was billed as 'The Human Pincushion." By alchohol I drink whiskey", he said. perfectionist, I'll try to improve on their idea."

avoiding big veins and arteries, Major stuck pins At the end of his act Major tells his audience, "I Illusions have become popular sideshow in recent
through his arms, his legs at the thigh and his
through hope you folks enjoyed the show as much as I en-
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Speedy has been cheapshitting on the Grim Reaperfor Speedy McNish made his d debut .
: the past thirty years. Eventually, Speedy sorta inherited the drome when
: H u r v "I've' been in the h hospital thirty-eight times," Travis Ward decided to retire and find a less hazardous -
: Speedy boasts, ignoring the trickle of blood oozing occupation. Travis was killed several years laterin
I down his forearm past a tatoo of a heart with "Rosie" a automobile accident. In an equally ironic, tragic
'. written through it.Speedy's. ( wife is named turn of events, Speedy's only son who was riding the
J Josephine) "And that's just counting when it was wall regularly by the time he was fifteen and per-
r serious enough to stay overnight." Speedy ;never, forming the stunts shortly thereafter, was killed as a
even bothered keeping track of all the times he helicopter pilot in Vietnam.
simply popped into Emergency Rooms for a quick The closest Speedy ever 'came to cashing in his
'* splint, cast, or a couple of stitches. chips was/ in 1961 when he fell off the wall while
"y'" ...n M Defying ,death is Speedy's business. Breaking riding a Go-Cart, in Florence, South Carolina. Speedy.
+q 'I bones is just a sideline. Healing is his hobby. .For busted.: four vertebraes -'and wound up., .compl teJv:- .
i a d seven months a year, Speedy's Wall* Of Death paralyed on his right side. They/ said he'd never walk'' .
at l L C ',' Motordrome barnstorms the countryside,. wedged pr talk again. Speedy's' wife had him transferred to -
: between the portable spook houses and the kiddie Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami and Dr. Ruth

__ "cars on Amusements of America's Number. One Simon virtually ,taught Speedy how to walk and talk
__ Carnival Unit, The Wall Of Death is a traveling all over again. He was on his feet in eight monthes.
E motorcycle thrill show, People cough up six bits a shotto Speedy's' wife and son kept the show going while

.; R watch Speedy ride a motorcycle around a vertical, Speedy was laid up.lt! ,would be years before Speedy
F;, f y straight up and down board wall. could ever ride the wall again and he got alittle bored
4 4w "It's' a dying profession," remarks Terry Johnson, convalescing so he deicded to take up a hobby.
Speedy's twenty-three year old stunt rider, dead Lion taming.
fib serious, shortly before performing a series of hair- .Speed got that idea from the motor drome in-
,d a '..n .fit raising .variations on Look-Ma-no-hands while, ridinga Palisades Park. Palisade Park was also the first ''place
: & : completely horizontal fifty-three year old motor- where Speedy had seen someone/lding around the
cycle. "Everybody wants to get broken in," Terry wall in a Go-Cart. Some people never learn. Anyway, ''V
explains, "but then they only stick around:\ for a year.. the next time Speedy went' back to Palisades Park,
/ The first year is when you break the most bones. The they hadatrained lion'that would actually drive alittlecar
IM '\ .., I second year, you only break about seven or eight andit around the wall.

EA .... lr"t it gets better as you go along." Speedy saw that, and.he ran right out and bought a
'' According to Terry, the Wall Of Death.should reallybe lion, a chair and a leather bullwhip. They worked the
: called "The Wall Of Broken Bones:." "I've broken lion right into the show in the Wall Of Death. In bet- .:,
forty-eight bones in the last five years." Terry ween two of motorcycle acts, they'd let the lion
\ mentions matter-of-factly. "The first year I was riding, loose in the drome and Speedy would make it roll
,Y a'y I lost $$500 because of medical bills." over one jump up on things. Everything was ,going
There's' only about fourteen of these motordromesin great until one day when the lion jumped up on a
existence today and the ''Wall Of Death is con- motorcycle and cut its lip on the handlebars.- The big
sidered one of the best because Speedy has managedto cat got excited with the taste of its own blood and tried
''y,q qt survive longer than many of his competitors. I to maul Speedy :. who regretfully cracked its skull
Speedy is fifty-one years old; He has short, sandy open with a crowbar. After that little episode, Speedy
; blonde hair and bright blue eyes that beam out of his figured he better buy acub and train it from infancy.
e \t N Yw4 y'" ', ; battered countenance.$: He stands about five-foot nineor Unfortunately, however' the cub Speedy bought' had a
ml td, ten and his solid stocky frame has filled out to.a, really bod mean streak. All it ever tried to do was eat
hundred and eighty pounds In\ recent years. Speedysays Speedy whenever Speedy tried to teach it tricks.
y'ti that's the most he's' ever weighed. Speedy finally had it put to 'sleep.
k' x M ''n 3nJA .t The third lion worked little better. Speedyhad
P PA Pr Speedy first learned to ride a motorcycle as a out a '
messenger boy in the Marines d during the Second arider named d Johnny 'Reed working' for'' him ithen.,
4 World War. "I 1 volunteered." says Speedy. He was J Johnny would start riding around the wall on" a bike.
4 never shipped overseas because an artillery shell Then, they'd let the lion loose in. the drome and It

s raF' j! backfired during stateside maneuvers, destroying part would chase the motorcycle'', around the :wall.!
of his lower left leg. The Corps replaced the bone Every'nowand' then, lust to keep things l interesting,
with a p piece, of plastic and gave Speedy a medical Johnny would dip and dive down In front of the,big
s w discharger:' < "..'v "*, I h. cat right beyond Its reach, teasing ii. The crowds loved

In 1943, the Sam Wilcox Carnival 'passed through it it.but, the ASPCA didn't'tdig It ot all Afte ;,aD ut.four
Speedy's' home town: Copper Hill, Tennessee. It had_ years, the pressure from'the' ASPCA got so intense that '
i I a ,tiny motordrome -"only. eleven feet 'high andtwnetylwo 'Speedy donated h his.s l las sli*(lion t to the zoo )1n Morristown. ,
feed across,""" Speedy recalls.',It was love 'New Jersy. "' )

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movements that make it hard to ;tell tickets that night. She smiles back. happened one had taken a few days off and so
whether he's still suffering from the lingering effects- Speedy grabs a beaten up old war surplus. 'siren, Speedy was filling in for him.
of the paralysis or the innumerable fractures or>any ;,sand* ;' holding :the microphone! in )the .same' hand, 'J'fi.. i When showtime rolled around Speedy and Terry
combination therein. Speedy still stutters, ,but Terry presses the crank against the Triumph's front tlre. *::1 stepped, t into the"drome and closed the door behind
Johnson claims that "two years ago, you couldn'teven Powered by the friction of the spinning 'wheel, am-':' them. It molded flush into the side of the wall. Speedyis
understand him." plified by the drome's PA, the siren's piercing wail wearing a white tee-shirt with a faded red
The only' ti ne Speedy doesn't stutter is when he's penetrates the carnival's chaotic din as it peaks, "Triumph" across his chest, standard white uniform
trying t to coax customers off the carnival midway. taking precedence over all the noise created by the Howard Johnson busboy pants, and floppy old black
"Four big mo'orcycles acts," Speedy recites into the rides, the people; and the huge diesel generators. lace shoes. Terry is wearing a tank top, blue jean bells
microphone of he WoOf// Death's PA. "Now is the "Four big mof rcyCleol%! cts. .4! 3 says Speedy' starting and, boots with square buckles.
time and here k. the place where they ride, race and his spiel all over again. Terry' disappears into the TenVfuns through another carefully rehearsed rap
drive motorcycles around a straight up and down interior of the drome and revs the engine of a bike over the PA inside. It boils down to "Keep your hands
board wall." A small crowd gathers around, listeningto he'll use to ride the wall. The sharp spitting staccato off the cable at the top." He finishes by introducing
Speedy and sizing up the Wall of Death. From the reverberates up and out the deep hollow wooden "the old man." Speedy straddles one of the small
outside, there Is.something brazenly primeval about well and a few faint whiffs of exhaust fumes tantalizethe Triumphs on the floor of the drome and kicks the
theWall// Of Death. It looks like some sort of portable crowd outside, whetting their appetites. starter. The bike sputters Into life, idling roughly, so
medieval coliseum. The drome is a tall red and white "The show starts In four minutes." says Speedy. Speedy revs the engine and the noise, contained in
plywood rotunda glistening in the bright, shiny, "Four minutes." the confines of the drome which funnels it right up to
classically carnivalous colors of cheap enamel and oil Speedy and Terry run through the same proceduretime the top where the spectators watch, is unbelievable. It
paint topped with a blue and yellow canvas canopy. and time again until they're satisfied with the sounds like they don't have any mufflers. The bike's
"The most thrilling, the most daring performance of size of the crowd. Speedy owns the Wall Of Death motor smoothens into a steady roar and .Speedy
its kind," Speedy continues.A lock, stock and barrel. He built the drome himself in pushes off the kickstand and starts circling the bottomof
few people buy tickets. his own backyard. ("It 'took me five weeks and three the drome slowly. He picks up a little speed and
,.,1 "Anyone else?" Speedy asks. "Is there anyone days.") When the carnival moves from city to city, steers onto the circle of wooden slats propped up
.. else? If you're gonna go, you better go now. The show Speedy and his riders take the Wall// Of Death apart against the wall on a 45 degree angle a halfway
starts in five minutes." and pack it neatly onto two semis. They put it back point that lets the riders make the transition from
A few more people buy tickets. together again at the next location. It l takes about upright to sideways. A few seconds later, Speedy
"Four big motorcycle acts Speedy starts all over three and a half hours to tear down, pack uo onH climbed off the slats and onto' the wall. Now, he was
again and runs through the whole rap with the move out. It takes about five hours to set up. Speedy driving completely parallel to the ground, about three
consistency of a tape recorder. He speaks in the same even owns the two semis that haul the Wall'Of Death feet off the floor,
exact dry monotone. Every word, every syllable, every around the country. Amusements of America splits a Suddenly, Speedy guns the bike's motor and the
inflection and intonation of his voice sounds identicalto percentage of his gate, but other than that, Speedy cycle roars right up to the wire, 16 feet off the ground,
the time before. But he doesn't stutter once. It's like works at his own speed. all the way up to the top like an airplane ,gaining
when he was still recuperating from the paralysis, People who pay to see the show at the Wall Of altitude..The whole drome leans with the weight of
when he still couldn't do that much and felt useless, Death walkup a rickety flight of shaky wooden stairsto the bike.,Speedy rides right across your chest and the
he'd do whatever he could just to contribute and he a narrow catwalk 15 feet off the ground. Looking hot toxic exhaust whips in your face as the bike zooms
took over attracting the customers. Speedy probably down, theinteriorof the drome an almost surrealistic by. The crowd gasps and backs off instinctively. Little
practiced that rap for hours and in all probability it scenario. It looks like a gigantic black barrel 30 feet In kids start crying. Women head for the exits
was pretty good therapy' at the same time. diameter. It is 18 slightly curved sections that fit to When Speedy gets through, Terry gets on a decrepitold
When Speedy finishes the spiel the second time, he form a perfect cylinder held together by threequarterinch black bike. It looks like one of the first motorcyclesever
announces "Watch the rider." Right on cue, Terry steel cables. In several places, there are large made. The whole front end seems to be held
Johnson cranks up a big Triumph 650 which is sittingon patches in the wall. Terry Johnson points to one and together with silver duct tape. Terry goes up on the
rollers to Speedy's right. While people along the says'that's. where the_handlebars of a bike he was rid 'wall. He drives right up to the white line and drags his
midway stop to watch, Terry runs through a series of ing went through the wall once. foot around the steel cable to make.sure nobody has .
rudimentary stunts. Terry stands up on the seat, ex- Speedy hardly ever rides the wall anymore at the their hands on it. The cable is there for the spectators'
tending his arms for balance like tightrope walker, Insistence of his wife who would just'- like him to age protection.Once, says Terry, he didn't level off whensee
then comes down side-saddle grinding ,his pelvis gracefully and help raise their four year old daughter.
suggestively at the cute little blonde who's selling I Its''ally, Speedy travels with two riders_ but It lust so, page ten

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from page eighthe except the trick bike. he says. he goes on to what Speedy jokingly announced would be a race.
explain that he's in the process of building another Speedy passes Terry and then Terry passes Speedy.
was climbing..H6 clipped the cable and kept righton one out of spare parts, but it's taken him six or seven They weave up and down as they go around.
going. Ran over some guys chest who was wat- years so far. "Some old man'lI come up to us after the i They never t take their eyes off the road in front of
ching. But he was riding for someone else when that show' says Terry Johnson, "and say 'I 1 got a them and riders on the wall have their own ways of
happened and they were only using quarterinchcable. motorcycle like that in my garage. Wanna buy it?' judging how fast they're going. Terry Johnson explained
Speedy uses half-inch cable at the top. "Whenyou We're always in the market for spare parts." that five or 10 miles per hour will get you
hit that' says Terry reassuringly, "you lust go After Terry qets done doing stunts Speedy stops the horizontal, though not too safely..He and Speedy, says
straight down." show for a tew minutes and asks tor donations for the Terry, like to keep their speed between 35 and 40.
Terry levels off about halfway between the white Rider's Accident Fund. The Rider's Accident Fund I is They fudge speed by gauging .th G-force on their
line and the floor.. Then he takes,liis hands off the kept in a little metal strongbox with a coin slot in the. body, caused by the centrifugal force of the motor-
handlebars and extends them out at his.side,*driving top near the pole in the center of the drome. Roughly cycle., When the bike hits 35 miles per hour, there'sone
around with no hands. Next, he stands up on the seat. lettered on the side in magic marker is "Rider's Ac- G, or twice the pull of gravity, worth of weight
After that, he sits back down and turns completely cident Fund.' against the wall. In other words, Terry, who weighs
side-saddle one way and then ,the other. The "Although the spectators at the Wall Of Death are 150 pounds, is now putting 300 pounds of weight on
audience can't believe it. covered by insurance, the rider's themselves are not, the wall.
The stunt bike is a 1922 Indian 500 cc. Speedy says Speedy. He oughta know. He tried to get insuredby When they go over 35 mph, the riders start pushinga
bought it from Travis with the drome 23 years ago for Lloyd's of London once. They said they'd insure G and a half."You get very dizzy atone G," says
,$500. It's probably worth 'about two grand today lust him, but he didn't make enough money all season to Terry."At a G and a half, you can pass out. Your sight
as a collector's item, but Speedy would never part cover the premiums. Terry tried to buy life insurance starts closing in on you.That's how you can tell."Terry
with it. another time. The insurance company wanted $1,000 extends his arms straightaway at his side and start
"If someone said they'd give me $5,000 for it, I'd premiums per year for $5,000 worth of insurance. bringing them together In front of him to illustrate his
still keep it,"says Speedy. "I 1 make my living with that That's the general rule, they can get it, they lust can't point. 'The faster you go, the narrower your field of
bike. I'll sell anything else. I'd sell any of these other afford it.Speedy. vision gets. When it comes together," says Terry,
bikes," says Speedy, pointing with a sweeping continues with his rap. He tells the crowd bringing his hands in front of his 'eyes, "your mind
motion. "But my Indian? No sireeee. ." their donations will help 'defray medical expenses. goes blank and you pass out,so ,you slow down
The one thing that makes the Indian unbeatable for Sometimes they tell the audience it's for the. crippled and wait for your sight to wfden.."
stunt riding,Speedy explained, is the front end. 'Terry 'who 'may never ride again Terry Johnson has been riding on the wall for five
totalled out that bike a year ago," says Speedy, "Any donation will be appreciated,"'says Speedy. years. Speedy started him out.. Terry's about 5-10. He
'pointing towards one of the l late model Triumph 175's. "Just throw it out on the floor. Pennies, nickels, dimes, has the sun-bleached hair of a surfer and a trim,
"It cost $400 for a new front end. I've cracked up on quarters, singles, fives; tens, and twenties," says conditioned physique. Terry's been into bikes all his
the Indian a zillion times.: All you do is take a Speedy in a familiar mechanical tone. "Anything at life. He was doing an "Easy Rider" number five years
sledgehammer and a crowbar and pound it back into all." ago: long hair, beard, the whole trip. He pulled into
place and straighten it out." When Speedy and Terry have gathered up all the Dunn, North Carolina,one morning about 2a.m. and a
'They don't make 'em like that anymore," adds coins oh; the floor, they both mount motorcycles and ,friend of his wanted to go check out this motordrome.It .
Terry Johnson. start the engines. Now the noise is really, really, loud. was the Wall Of Death. One of Speedy's riders
Unfortunately, Speedy hasn't been able to find a They start circling the floor 180 degrees apart. Pretty happened to be hanging around and he told Terry
spare Indian. "We qot a scare machine for evervthina soon thev're both on the wall zoomina around ir Soeedv was short on riders.




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"I 1 talked to Speedy the next morning and got
hired," says Terry. "I 1 broke in in two hours but I OUTDOOR
was an exceptional rider. I was riding the wall in the
show that night, but I wasn't doing anything fancy.
Speedy taught me the dips and dives hone week and BARGAI
the week after."
I was racing TG.I.F
When Terry talks, you can almost hear Speedy
McNish 30 years ago. Like Speedy,Terry seems to take
a cheery delight in ,not: only! keeping score of all his : TRkJL
mishaps, but Ih''t'telling'other people about them as ,Action,every,Friday,and(Saturd y. "I I IlfDp
well. "1e fallen Kree} tr'm'es"sofar' 'this;'Vearv'' ,)'s6ys "ci.zuog' \ ..emrnhOCALAIAIAI
Terry. "That's unusual. Last year, I didn't even fall j
once, though the year before that I fell 17 times and
3a times the'year before that. That was the year I was .
learning how to trick ride. I'd try something and fall \
off, so I'd get up and try something else and fall off ; i

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'tears. .' .' : Besides the good magic that Major does (rn ,a said Major. '
,'?here is one that appears to change a girl into charitable' sense, he also performs a.ritual of During his career, Major has worked with many of
._ ,lia gorilla," said Major. This. trick is like the purification. "Some people Have some sort of trouble the 'freaks of nature' touring the carnival circuit.
,Pygmallion story of the young man who falls in love that preyrbn their mind," said Major. There was this "Bette Lou Williams had two bodies, three arms, and
With'the perfect Galitia statue of a beautiful woman one woman that had tried to break away from four legs,"said Major. "She educated 1 15 brothers and
He prays to the Gods to give the statue life. His prayer'Is Gainesville several times unsuccesfully. Major took sisters, sent them to college and bought her'parents a
answered with the stipulation that should he touch her to the Withlacooche 'River where she stripped farm all before she died at the age of 24," he ,said.
her;she returns to. stone. naked and buried her clothes, symbolizing her
."The guy got hot nuts," said Major and the girl ,troubles. Next she ,rubbed .on oils and went .In ,the Major ,has also worked with three-legged Franklin
became stone again. water falling backwards. As she left the river, she Tinny; the mule-foced" woman, Grace Macdanlels;
When magic is performed the end result can have couldn't look back because her troubles had been Hoite Shumaker, the armless-legless painter; and 28-
either good or evil effects. Voodoo, a religous cult of washed off. Inch Colonel Casper. "I 1 guess when you're born'
trican origin, involves rituals in which participants "We drove back to town In a roundabout way," different you don't miss what everyone else has got,"
Ccnmunicate; by trance., "You must know the person said Major, "in case anything was following us It said Major "and naturally utilize what you got. I
you're going to persecute,"said Major. "If you cut offa would have a helluva time finding us," he said. think these.people have got more guts then a lotto
shank of hair from a sleeping person, and stick the "You'd be surprised how voodoo can influence the people got of everything X "



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