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-" 1975 SG elections : more candidates qualify




i Thom son slate set '"1 Party supports vice 1


.. By DEBBIE ERICKSON ILENE YOUNG, 2UC, \is the GRO vice B..' STUART EMMRICH Snyder said the students now plan to run as
Alligator Staff Writer presidential candidate. Young said a service Alligator Staff WriterA Independents but on the same platform.
information hotline, open 24 hours a day, Sn\der !said although the candidates
'. "Students are not apathetic but are insulted Should be !set up to assist new students and to Student Government campaign to "bring qualified under'their real names they were
by the apathy in Student Governmentitself. help students "vetting the bureautic run corruption out into the open" has been going to attempt to run under their "family"names .
." !said I Kern Thompson, announcing his around." mounted by' four UP students committed to on the ballot.
candidacy for !student body president of the GRO treasurer candidate. Anthony 'making-Jail quizzes. mid-terms and finals He explained that qualification forms ask
Grassroots I Reform Organization (GRO) Lombardy,4AS, said he would lobby to make available at low costs." for the candidate's name and then the name
party. n portion of the Activity and Service fees not The tour students, who qualified for next as it will appear on the ballot.
Thompson, :4JM said no one on the GRO represented by health services and current week's election Friday, had planned to run SNYDER SAID HE was going to be known
ticket'will receive salaries. "The money from bond obligations, transferable to the general together on the' "Family" ticket, but were as "Altredo Fettucini.: Vice Presidential
these salaries will be used for scholarship, education fund or a specific academic area I unable to find a qualified Honor Court candidate Anthony Caminte was going to run
libraries and other educational needs on designated from a list of options at the time of Chancellor candidate.PRESIDENTIAL under his real name Jaime Kravit. the
camp s." he said. (See 'GRO.' page seven) CANDIDATE Richard (See 'Family.' page sc'Vert1

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STUART EMMRICH Both state senate and house appropriations
Alligator SUIT WriterIn sub-committees have approved a plan which
would allow the state universities to receive I
a "gamble worth taking" the UF budget their funds in a lump sum to appropriate as
.?3' d1ST committee Friday gave college deans permission they see tit.
t to award $100.000 of fellowships out THE ONLY RESTRICTIONS would be on
of an already tight 1975-76 Other Personnel total dollars appropriated and salary rates.
Services (OPS) budget. Hanson explained that the total lump sum
A b The fellowships will be offered to students concept might not go through but said some
who already went through an on-campus flexibility is almost certain to be approved.
screening process and were recommended for Although some programs would have to be
4 the awards by the college screening com cut back to fund the fellowships, Hanson said
,, + eIJS Y r ?I!&. ;4" j Rs l mittees. a determination of which specific cutbackswill
PRIOR TO THE budget committee action, ,have to be made should not come until
however students had been unsure about the final budget picture becomes clearer.
fellowship offers because no funds for
fellowships were provided in the state budget
recommended by Gov. Reubin Askew.
The committee Friday also released 'an '
additional $100,000 to UF colleges to be used U F has to
tor teaching: assistantships next year.
"Conservatively"estimating that UF would protect itsgraduate
receive 85 per cent of the ,appropriationsproposed -H?
by Gov. Reubin: Askew in his budget
** for',next year, the budget committee by programslike
releasing the $200,000, have now allocated
.n 'nine-tenths of that 85 per cent estimate.
UF EXECUTIVE VICE President Harold a tigerprotects
Hanson, chairman of the committee of top
administrators and financial experts, explained her cubs.
UF was taking a gamble by allocating
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90 per cent of a still unsure budget, but added
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:", chances were good'that the state legislature BryanHANSON
would not cut the Jtovernor's'request by more

.... .., .,{ '" than 15 per cent.
'1O'+" > ,.... Askews budget which funds the state
',.. universities at $229.5 million approximatelythe AND ROBERT vice
.'. I'' ; Bryan i ,
l f, same level as this year, still has to be president for academic affairs, emphasized.however. ,
rJj, ....'!." .approved by the, legislature. ,that funds for graduate programs
III' .. I lIF's !share of the state appropriation is ,had to be found somewhere.
approximately, 26 per cent. "UF has to protect its graduate programs
1 'k f A SUB-COMMITTEE of .the House like a tiger protects her cubs' Bryan ex
( Appropriations, Committee last week approved plained.He
54 stmss. i a $12.8 million increase over the level' added, however, that with ."the, same,
recommended in the Governor's budget. The number of students as last year and .100 less
,
N proposed ,increase will come from funds (faculty" it has to be determined whether the
.. generated by the recent tuition hike. funds should )go to the fellowships or to more
= + THE PROPOSED budget, however does ,graduate assistants.APPROXIMATELY.
k' 11C 0 i r uscy not allocate any funds to fellowships, which $185,000 has already '
L Graduate 'School Dean Harry; Sister called been committee to graduate assistants 'and
., ._"" _, __' __ ,,_ or ,, ____n. 'nccessan tor a first class university." the $100,000 for t fellowships means, that the
;; photo by George kochani Ir. Hanson said UF should "take advantage of two programs are being funded at about 75'
"i, the degree of flexibility. that will be available'to per cent of this' year's, level, according to
GETTING READY us nextear" and appropriate some of the Sisler. '
, UPS funds for fellowships.the Sister !said the $100,000was a on. ,
t ; only OPS categories funded by siderable help"to the )graduate programs:'but
The 1975 Florida Legislature opens 'its 60-da/ regular session. Tuesday.' For J ,skew's budget ,tare teaching assistantshipsand added he was still hopeful of receiving: more
complete story, see legislative special; report on pages 10 and 11. < I ;adjuncts.: fund for fellowships. :

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monday /


Orphans. arrive in U .5. /


(CUPU) Hundreds 01 orphans crossed a 10,000-mile air In Manila, a plane was ready to pick up another 380 or-
bridge Sunday from war-ravaged Vietnam to a new life as phans and ferry them to Travis on Tuesday.
adopted children in America.A Dramatizing the nation's growing concern for the orphans Kennedy escapes mob
giant ,jetliner landed in Seattle at 12:35: a.m. with 407 President Ford flew to San Francisco Saturday night from his
orphans, and the unprecendented airlift continued through Palm Springs'vacation to welcome 319 children and to carry QUINCY. Mass. (UPI!)-Anti-busing demonstrators triedto
the day with two planes carrying 136 small children beaded two infants onto U.S. soil through a driving rain. attack U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy Sunday, forcing him at
for Travis Air Force Base 50 miles northeast of San Fran- As this happened, a U.S. Navy,diver removed the flight one point to.jog to the safety of a subway,station.
cisco. recorder from the C-5A Galaxy cargo plan which crashed Protected by aides and police. Kennedy escaped injury
Another flight'carrying 62 children was en route to Vancouver Friday near Saigon's Ton Son Nhut Airport. although demonostrators tore at his hair and clothes: and
B.C. The black box measuring 6 inches by 30 inches, will be pelted'the subway train which carried him away with rocks
turned over to investigators who are probing the crash of the and,bottles, witnesses said.
S. Viet soldiers massive plane which carried 319 persons including 243 The Massachusetts Democrat: a firm supporter of school
Vietnamese orphans.The desegregation,entered the Knights of Columbus communion
recorder was found near the South Vietnamese city of breakfast at Atlantic Junior High School about 10 a.m. Some
Vung Tau and 'apparently was blown,off the aircraft as the 300 chanting$ placard-carrying demonstrators were stationedat
regain key citySAIGON huge cargo doors of the aircraft blew off a U.S. Embassy the school when he arrived police said.
source said. Inside Kennedy had breakfast with several hundred city
More than 178 persons died as the result of that crash. officials and K-of-C members. He spoke briefly on school
(UPI)- South Vietnamese troops striking back Pentagon sources would not rule out sabotage as the reason. integration and national and international' events. ,
Sunday reoccupied the key coastal city of Nha Trang. Other Ranked by six or seven policemen and aides, he left the
government,! military units and police have begun boarding Lebanon repels building at 11:15: a.m. through ,the front door and immediately
refugee-packed evacuation ships and executing suspected was set upon by some of the demonstrators.
Communist agents on the spot,an American witness said. '
Military sources, also said 'starvation and thirst among
refugees are becoming an increasing problem.At Israeli intruders Levi : put ban on guns I
least 80 persons reportedly died for lack of food aboardan ,
American charter ship, and a 'Vietnamese intelligencesource (UPD)- Lebanese artillery Sunday shelled an Israeli mine-
said thousands of others were starving to death in Binh laying force that infiltrated about 50 yards into Lebanon and WASHINGTON (UPI) rural areas.
Tuy province ,east of Saigon. forced it to withdraw,a Beirut military spokesman said. Attorney General Edward Levi said that while he
';The return of Nha Trang, 188 miles northeast of Saigon, He said the, Israelis crossed, the border east of the village of Levi Sunday suggested a heads the Justice Departmenthe
was the first major move by government forces to recapture Blida. federal ban on the possessionof wants to spur discussion of
territory lost to the'Communists in a three-week bhtzkreig. At a meeting with Saudi Arabia's new King Khaled, Yasser handguns except those possible crime solutions "one
An American witness said South Vietnamese troops and Arafat sought to secure more Arab support for his Palestinian kept inside homes and by one." and he chose
police, 'were carrying ,out "discriminate elimination" of Liberation Movement.The businesses in each city handguns as his first topic
suspected Communist agents! aboard evacuation ships chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organizationarrived where' violent street crime because they are "the focus of
unloading thousands of refugees on Phu Quoc Island, 60 in Riyadh Saturday from Abu Dhabi as part of a tour reaches a high level. fear"in violence ridden urban
miles off the southwest coast in the Gulf of Thailand.He of Persian Gulf states. Levi, offering his idea centers.
said those who did not pass muster were being shot on Arafat also discussed Middle East developments with Crow simply for discussion rather As an alternative to the
the spot by government rangers, marines, sailors and Prince Fahd, regarded as the real power in Saudi Arabia, than as a formal proposal, idea of nationwide gun
militiamen conducting the screenings. Defense Minister Prince Ibn Abdel Aziz and other officials, indicated it would provide registration, Levi proposed an
"The Vietnamese are not taking people off the ships as fastas Riyadh radio said. gun control in cities where it outright ban on sale or
refugee workers would like" the American said. "They are Diplomats noted Arafat had stepped up his contacts with is'needed and wanted while transport of handguns and
conducting very, very thorough security screenings on every heads of Arab states following the collapse of Secretary of making an accomodation for ammunition in areas where
person" State Henry Kissinger's shuttle diplomacy in the Middle East. the opposition to controls in crime reaches a specified rate.







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r'GET HIGH Scott Camil said from his hospital bed Sunday he will pleadnot u
guilty to six drug and assault counts a federal grand jury
'charged him with last week,
THIS SUMMER Canul. a former anti-war activist and defendant in the 1973
A I' Gainesville! Right conspiracy trial was still in the custody of a

WHY' ,NOT FLY FORTWA this federal morning.HE .marhall..but. he expected' to'be released On bond

ASKED TilE ALLIGATOR not to reveal how it ob
tained the exclusive 'interview.

Federal Magistrate. i W. Wade Hampton set Camil's bail

Friday at 3.50.000, but required only $5.000 bond for Camil to :F SvPGA
be freed. The money will be returned if he appears in court as 6.7
required.He .
was indicted on two counts: of possession ith intent to ( "
sell marijuana two of possession with intent to sell cocaine
Transworld Airlines is and two of assault. }: Mi"JA

seeking stewards and MICHAEL OLIVER, a long time friend of Camil and
stewardesses for employmentthis organizer! of his "support group, :' said bond money was on \

summer.A the way. and should arrive from California in time' to have
Camil released by II a.m. today. SCOTT CAMIL

TWA representative will be on A hospital spokeswoman said she could not confirm during Gainesville Eight trial
campus to discuss' employment Camil's reportedly impending release because release orders
.. opportunites and answer questions. are ordinarily filed on the day'a patient is to be discharged.No HE SAID DRUG AGENTS' frequently display their
such order had been filed Sunday. weapons during arrests of this type to discourage suspects
CAMIL WAS SHORT of breath and his voice still weak from using force.
The basic requirements Off Over 20 yton old. htight i"3" to"'2" from a bullet wound he received while being apprehended in According to LePore. Camil was going for his right pocket
with proportional weight', ..c./"/.nf health,vision con**to 20-
30 or belter Applicant must be wilting/ relocate/ ,Bate- New Yorir. an alleged drug, deal Monday. possibly for a weapon, when Fitzgerald grabbed him.
,Chicago Kama City lot Ange'e' Son Francisco./ TWA will/ arrange Nevertheless. Camil said he was anxious for his release so But Camil.;who was unarmed and wearing only short pants
your tromportotion to and from your bate station. he could "!let outside and see what: the hell's!going$ on." and a T-shirt at the time of the shooting, said the agents must
He said he feels at a disadvantage not being able to investigate have known he was unarmed.HE .
Hourly briefings will be any of the facts of his case. AGREED WITH his friend Oliver that the shooting,
THE FEDERAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT' AGENCY: 'w as politically motivated. He said he could not possibly have
held at Room 361 of the Reitz Union.MON.APRIL79AM2PM.
whose agents! arrested Camil has said Camil assaulted two assaulted both agents tried to leave the car and gone for a
agents$ when they attempted to arrest him after allegedly weapon at the same time.
picking up some cocaine in their car which was heading southon "How many hands do they think I have four?" he said.
NW Second Avenue. Camil said his injury would force him to rest a great deal

TUES., APRIL 8 -9 AM 4 PM Special agent John LePore called the shooting ""ac even after he gets out of the hospital. I
cidental." He claimed Camil grabbed, the $gun hand of agent But when he's not resting, "there's a certain 'amount of
Dennis Fitzgerald, who sat in the back seat of the car, and investigating to be done and there's a certain amount of
No Telephone Colts caused the 9mm semi-automatic gun to discharge into his money to be raised," he said. '
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Later LePore said the bullet struck Camil in the back. I'm acquitted" Camil said.



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The first annual testival ot films celebrating dance is being
presented on campus this quarter. ,
The film series is sponsored by the Belknap Collection of
The Performing, Arts and will be narrated by
cinematographer D"sight i Godwin '
The films will be shown Mondays,at 7:30: p.m., April 7
through: May 26.in the J.W. I Reitz Union Auditorium. break for lunch!
Adnmsioif is free. For complete schedule call Millicent
Ixnr.weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.at 392-0322.

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of the Symbionese Liberation Army (1SLAl), was brought to have a delicious hot pizza delivered to
trial last week with another alleged SLA "soldier" on..first 'your home or office.This weeks special-2
degree murder charges in Sacramento Calif. "* I free 16 oz bottles of' Coke with each pizza
Little and Joseph I Kemiro were brought before Judge Elvin ti ordered,upon request.Offer good between '
Sheehy who came out of retirement to preside over the 1 1 10m 5 p m.
proceedings. .t.
Little and Kcmiro are charged in the shooting death of .: 376-2487
Oakland School Superintendent Marcus Foster. Foster was
slain with cyanide-laced bullets November 1973. FASTHOT-FREE DELIVERY H DOMINO'S
Sheeny was brought out of retirement to hear the case PIZZAeAMeal
because it was(eared the length of the trial'would disrupt the
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By TOM VEENSTRA Sampson at J73-8398.
Hoffman ft W.ld.r Alligator Staff Writer DANCE FILM FESTIV ALt Arts and Sciences will show two

HI Pro Products films sponsored by the Board of College Councils, celebrating

Natural Vitamins, Minerals UF FRISBEE CLUB Frisbee fans will meet Tuesday April 8 dancing tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the J. Wayne Reitz Union

Herbs, Dairy'Products at 7:30: p.m., room 222 in the Florida Gym. Anyone interested Auditorium. Films featured will be "Dance on Film 1894 .

Books Cosmetics and connected with UF is welcome. For more information 1912' and the New York City Ballet.

call Ron Zamora at 392-0540. ARTS AND SCIENCES The AS Student Council will meet
Irtcofiftock Sandal
7 WM Unlvtmify AM. Downtown SIERRA CLUB The ecology organization will present tonight at 7:15: p.m. in Anderson Hall.

GalnotvllU, RorfcU ....n. 171 1978 Payson Kennedy, Whitewater canoeist and "Deliverance" LAW CENTER BLOOD DRIVE A drive sponsored by the

stuntman with Dale' Grider and the.Mildew Brothers and law school and Civitan Regional Blood Center will be held

their annual fish fry Tuesday April 8 at the Baptist Student Tuesday April 8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free blood typing will

Center, 1604 W, University Ave.. from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. also be,available. For more information call Chris Fey 377-
University ol Admission for the dinner and program is 55 for adults and 6906.,

SI.50 for children under 10. For further information call SAMSON A volunteer recruitment and orientation meetingwill

San Fernando Valley Barbara Fox at 392-2636 or 378-5502. be held 'Tuesday April 8 at 7:30 p.m.. Reitz Unionauditorium.

BLOCK AND BRIDLE Equestrians will meet tonight at 7 Volunteers are needed for any of eleven

p.m. room GI86 McCarty Hall. The guest speaker will be Dr. programs. For more information call Benjie Solomon at 392-

COLLEGE OF LAWAnnouncing ,A.C. Warnick.' 1608.
E.R.A. DEBATE A special call-in program by WRUF's INTERNATIONAL 'CULTURE EXPO The exposition

"Women's Perspectiv'e''ilr'be held tonight at 10:30: p.m. sponsored by. CIO will exhibit clothing, crafts and other
:
The call-in number is 392-0773. items of interest from nation's around the world at the Reitz
FAIL SEMESTER AUGUST 21, 1975
B.E.C. MEETING The Benton Engineering Council (BEC) Union Gallery April 7 and 8, all day.

Fill-time 3-year day pntram' will meet Tuesday April 8 at 7:30: p.m., room 121 of the J. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS: Committee meetings are held each

Part-timi day ail e.eainj priframs .Waane Reitz Union. All engineering students are ivited.. For Monday at 5 p.m., third floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
more information call 377-8737. Students with academic problems are encouraged to take
.All programs lead to the Juris Doctor Degree and eligibility (for NEWSLETTER MEETING All graduate assistants interested them to the Academic Affairs Committee. For further information -
California Bar
exam in working on the Graduate Student Union call 378-3077

Accredited Provisionally-State Bar of Calif. Newsletter may attendd the GSU organizational meeting ISRAEL PROGRAMS An information table will be in front

"CONTACT STEPHANIE RITA, ADMISSIONS OFFICER" Tuesday April 8 at 8:30 p.m. in room 220 Williamson Hall. of Library West April 7 to 9, featuring information on
REVOLUTIONARY STUDENT BRIGADE Revolutionary summer quarter programs in Israel and on the Mideast

,'pllindo 8 lid St>P4I1Vl'dq .. 894)71. students will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in rooms 355-356 of the J. situation. The table is sponsored by Hamagshimim. For
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MICHAEL LONIER

I > -Iast pnceI DEBBIE ERICKSON Ayres, Honor Court chancellor and Bob
Alligator Staff Writer L i1den.. traffic court chief justice.
McAdam said, "Our part is straight for-
New YorkChicago $330: London ward and basic. The time for playing around
'o, $353 Paris @(!U @ Action Florida Students, and Grassroots with students' lives is over. With the economic
Los Angl. Dublin Reform Organization (GRO) 'are the three crisis facing us clever party names and
San Francisco AmsterdamMadrid '" parties who qualified for student body manufactured .issues are luxuries we can no
UVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD NEw" 1\usrocol.nnt ..t O elections before Friday's 5 p.m. deadline. longer afford: '
approved CHARTERS s': ( KLOAOINS' COMPONENT ails Four students who qualified for the election GRO PARTY'candidates are: Ross
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lowcott I 1MMIN...torn..."M>n,IMIu had planned to run together on the "Family" Thompson. president; Ilene Young, vice
summer flights WAIT and pay $934 .Act now I IReservations I. In-SELL-fRADI-IlEPAI!! Anthony Lombardy.
find a qualifiedHonor president: treasurer
unable
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will Mike Worral Honor Court chancellor
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STUDENT AIR TRAVEL AGENCY INC. t 466-3340 MIU..ot.r run as independent candidates. Gary Shachat traffic court,chief ,justice.
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((404)) 934-6662 TUCKER GA. 30084 0. iir-** president; Dan Lobeck. vice president; Caleb organized into 'a party because the
Grimes treasurer; Byron Petersen Honor framework of the election laws make it more
Court chancellor; and Sue Connelly, traffic beneficial and economical to run as a party"
I court chief justice. All GRO party officers "will be legally
EATON SAID, "Saving students money bound not to accept salaries. The money from
fighting tor student interest both on campus these salaries will be used for scholarships
and in Tallahassee and 'increased par- libraries or- other education improvements"
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of Action party candidates. The Independent candidates are: .Richard
Florida Students' candidates are: Alyce Snyder \president: Anthony Caminte, vice
Moreb McAdam. president; Bubba Huerta, vice president! ; Jamie Kravit, treasurer; Arthur
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By LESLIE GOLAY three -states !scheduled to consider the ERA Alsobrook; !said he believed the picketing "Saunders has said he will vote as he feels
Alligator Staff Writer this "ear.AL was"a waste of time but let ttem do it if they not as his constituents t feel" Edna SaU .
ALSOBROOK Saunders' executive want The senator makes his own personal founder of UF's NOW chapter, said. "This is
Approximately 40 Equal Rights Amend assistant, !said Saunders was not in the office decisions based on how he feels.. not representation therefore he is not
mcnt Bob' (ERA) supporters! picketed State Sen. because "he had business outside the office" Many of the demonstrators said Saundersmust fulfilling his obligation as senator and our
Saunders. D-Gainesville. at his office but otherwise would have been there tor the realize what his constituents want and decision at the polls in i 147bwi11 be,obvious."
Saturday. afternoon during( rush hour traffic., demonstration. 111 represent them.
However Saunders an opponent of the t.. -..... JAMS MARA membership chairwomanof
ERA was not in his 13th Street office at the NOW. said "One hundred million peopleare
time. INIi 'AL driving( by here right) now. and when they
I Reached at home Sunday Saunders said see that we're picketing Saunders tor his ERA
the picketing would not affect his decision to stand then they'll realize that we need a new
vote against( the ERA.. "I don't have much .. i if. face in District 5."
reaction. :: Oranges were given out to passersby to
It had no effect one way or another 't (
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demonstrate that ERA do supportthe
PICKETERS CARRIED posters such as f.! supporters
"Women no longer an endangered( species" '.:':" 1 citrus! industry, according to Jayne
and "A new face in district 5. Motorists Harpring.( a. member of Students for Farm.
-signaled( support by honking their horns as workers. '

they passed.A .. Gainesville ERA supporter said they would
few motorists shouted obscenities and 1 not go along with a proposed seven-state
derogatory comments such as "Get back in 'w I IE3 f r citrus boycott intended to force ratification of
the kitchen"" aad "You women have a lot of ," fl s y T Tf Tw the ERA through 'economic pressure according
nerve. to Saffy
Demonstrators said the purpose of the ; "WE ARE FLORIDIANS and we are for
picketing was to show Saunders how his t, oranges( ," Salty said.
constituents felt about the ERA. 1" f r t4 og When asked how she felt about the ERA
The picket was sponsored by Students for Sunday Milly Saunders the senator's wife
Farmworkers and the National Organization ,j said "I feel as my husband does.,I'm happy
lor Women (NOW). ; with things like they are. Women are as equalas
SAUNDERS has announced he will vote they want to be. I think a woman can do
against( the amendment, which would anything' !she wants to do. There's no law
guarantee( freedom from sexual saying, she can't."
discrimination if it comes up' in the Florida Saunders ''is leaving for Tallahassee today
Senate this spring. I. tor the opening of the Florida Legislature's
Saunders said his main reason for voting 'JI 1975 session and he said he still plans to vote
against( the amendment was of the "forced
\.. against( the ERA as he did last year.
draft This would make able-bodied women Gainesville Police Department Officer
!share front line duty'with men." .. ,
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ads 35 'r i9A. # ,'' Robert E. Sheppard. who was observing the
nyq ea9r
Three more states, must ratify the ERA ;;.;t_ ---'''- :$ ;''' >'< <;r1\ picketing(, !said. "I'm for the.ERA 100 per
before it can become the 27th amendment to PICKETERS photo by john moron cent. My wife and I discuss it all the time.
the United States Constitution. North blast As a matter of tact, I'd like to see women in
State Sen. Bob Saunders for opposing ERA
Carolina, Missouri and Florida are the only the department patrolling like we do."


I Senates' reaction to decide Honor Court fate 'I


By STUART EMMRICH academic violations and not the stealing, community cheating is the ultimate offense." placing t faculty members on the Honor
Alligator Staff Writer passing bad checks ticket violations and I Robert Harris, present Honor Court Council.
election violations currently handled by the chancellor said he had read the report and
The future of the UF Honor Couit, whetherit Honor Court. was in agreement; with "80 per cent" of its Harris added, however that he approved of I
will be abolished and replaced with a OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS by the recommendations.Harris the recommendation that the Honor Court ,
!student-faculty Honor Council will depend in task force included placing a notation on a said his main objection was to should only deal with academic violations. ,
part on reactions from the student and faculty' student's grade( transcripts for five years that
!senates and current Honor Court officials. he was convicted of a cheating offense. The
Vice, President for Student Affairs Arthur notation on transcripts would come off FamilyFrom
Sandeen reviewed Friday the final report of after five years but would remain ,on his ( page one) other candidates' platforms.
theTask Force on Judicial Affairs and said he permanent records. Besides offering an exam selling service
would ask'lor formal reactions to the report Craig Mitchell, student member of the task treasurer candidate was going, ; to be called "with two days notice of pop quizzes." Snyder
from ,"all areas of the campus." force, explained the notation was necessary to "Hymie Goldberg" and Arthur Schwartz said his party would also bring the price of an
SANDEEN SAID A deadline for final alert professional and graduate, schools why a rattle Court chief justice candidate, was ounce of marijuana down to $20 with delivery
action on the report was set for May 30. grade was changed to an E. going to be known' as "Luga Barzeri." !service offered 24 hours a day.
'The task force after two quarters of He said the colleges ask students if they Scott Simmons, director of elections said Although Snyder admitted he did notlhink
!studying the Honor Court and Honor Code were involved in any cheating incidents but Sunday it was unclear if assumed names he would win the election he emphasized that
recommended the present Honor Court be because the admissions officer "don't pick could be used on the ballots. He explained the he was running a genuine campaign, com
abolished and replaced with an Honor up on the slashed grade( replaced with an E" newly-created Student Elections Commissionwas plete with electioneering and debates with the
Council made up of a majority of elected they have to rely on the student's word. goingo' meet today to discuss the other candidates.
student 'justices plus faculty members ap- SANDEEN ASKED AT Friday's meeting if iiuestion. "Look tor a white Mark IV with two Italian
pointed by. the president.The the task force thought the five year period was Snyder a veteran of past "Flash" and "Sonof Hags on the front" Snyder said explaining he
task force also recommended the too harsh a penalty, but was reminded;t by a Flash" campaigns, said his campaign was going to start campaigning around
Honor Council should deal only with task force member that "in an academic promises were "just as reasonable" as ,the campus today.


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I Lombardy also said he ,would 'require a
statute making athletic 'scholarships funded'
bv the activity and service fee be awarded on ? a
the basis of need and end the distribution of i J Y
complimentary tickets, except to the press on
all. events financed by the activity and service.
fee"
"I would also like to see professor who
require students to use their textbooks, return
the ro\'all ties the recehe from the textbooks. '.
hack to ths students.",
Can Shacha| JAJk,4 jhfGRQ candidate
foi traffic court"chief Justice and Mike
Worrall. 4LW. i is the GRO candidate tor
Honor Court ,chancellor..
hompson.I Young and Lombardy all said
.. a photo by John moron
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ROSS THOMPSON, ILENE YOUNG publish a. list of names addresses and 'FAMILY' CANDIDATES
lead GRO campaign telephone: numbers of all SG' officers and .favor open corruption
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It was a shrewd move on Stanley Marshall's

part.Beset
by criticism from students and faculty and

faced with a highly critical faculty survey dealing

with his performance and inaccessability.! ., the r

Florida State University president threw what

"promised to be a hot political football neatly into

the collective lap of the Board of Regents.

Amid cries from faculty, students and press that

he resign, Marshall wrote to regent chairman i \ \ ./ :',
Marshall Criser, "I. am willing to resign wheneverthe : ) ,
regents feel that the best interest of the

university would be served by such action."

Neat.

The regents probably won't deal with that ball

of wax at their meeting today, but the incident I

serves to point out the importance of another

proposal they will consider.

They will be asked to approve a new:- rule
providing for five-year terms for university JustanotherdayinthehouseA

presidents and for formal evaluations of the -
services of the presidents before subsequent five little before noon tomorrow .Cov. Reubin Askew will As we join the house around 1 p.m. the speaker of the houseis
year terms. leave his office in the State Capitol' in Tallahassee. on the rostrum with an assistant clerk below him.
As enter the speaker leans over to ask the clerk if there
we
Askew will walk flight of stairs,and across the capitol
We of the policy far it but up a ,
approve as as goes, wedon't building to the chambers of the Florida house and senate. are anymore amendments in a tone of voice which seems to
believe it goes far enough.. It fails to insure ASKEW WILL TELL them the state, of the'state, which say "There damned well better not be, boy."
that full consideration will be given; to input from .according to reports is pretty lousy at the moment. THE CLERK SAYS, "Yes sir, amendment number 95,"
those most affected by the decision, the 'students. With this' the'annual 60-day biggest-game-in-town for ;and J proceeds to read off the amendment to the bill under
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Certainly the University of South Florida Tallahassee will begin in earnest. '
students who took full page advertisement in the For 60 days each spring and whatever special occasions it or T HATCH
the governor decide to meet the 40-member senate :and the DOUG
local paper calling on USF president Cecil Mackeyto
I 20.mem er house consider those laws which it or someone
resign last spring would .have welcomed the else considers important. L STAFF WRITINGS?
chance to take part in a Mackey review with his EVERYONE SHOULD GO to Tallahassee to see how the
job in the balance. Florida Legislature achieves its decisions and enacts the laws
But in view of the regents past track record in for it provides a far better lesson in the workings of government discussion, one granting certain exemptions to certain types
than can be gleaned From books or lectures. of fishing boats based in Fernandina Beach.
accepting student input on other issues, we're not
1'o prove this let's take a look at a typical day. The clerk reads the amendment and the sponsor of it
at all sure of their willingness ta accept student The sun rises over the hills in Tallahassee and bathes the stands tip grabs his desk microphone. and speaks.
suggestions and observations on something as capital with early morn's beauty. Already. people are at work Elsewhere on the floor members are sleeping though they
important as presidential review.A inside. are experienced in the political art of sleeping while looking
far better safeguard would be to provide for THE AGENDA FOR the morning, available in the ''awake* Other members are reading the St. Petersburg Times
student calendar either the house or the senate. calls for committee for the seventh time that day while the others talk in small
actively
one or more regents to participatein
meetings in the morning. As the session wears on and groups.
such reviews. Bills have already been pre-filed in everyone sees how much work is left the meetings will start. BUT AT THE END of the debate the speaker announces.
(the state legislature to set just such positions. earlier and earlier. "
up "And now on the question of the amendment. with the
The Marshall and Mackey cases provide just Committee meetings are conducted in rooms set aside for rest drowned out by the miraculous change in the noise
two more reasons for adding student regents. Too that purpose in either the capitol or the new senate and house tolumc on the house' floor.

often the advice of the Council of Student Body office buildings. Members begin a stampede back to their seats with their
The senate has fewer members and the committee rooms right arms extended toward- the automatic voting machine
Presidents and other student groups falls on deaf tend to be on the outside hallways of the building or in other receptacleon' their desks.

cars. words have windows letting in the natural light. When the speaker announces, "The clerk will unlock the
CHAIRS ARE LESS plush on the house side meetings tendto machines." they can either flip the switch for "yes" or down
be conducted in dark ;Inside rooms with little light to allow lor "no."

members to sleep if they want. AFTER THIS IS DONE the speaker orders the machines
After these meetings end. you learn just where the word: locked and the clerk to read the results are beginning to
lobbyist comes from because the lobbies, and hallways are appear on the board to the speaker's 'right.
packed with them. and you fall over them. Then back
everyone goes to their little 2rouPS. The speaker
Anyone can become a lobbyist by filling out a little card
f67 SQL ) again) asks if there are any more amendments in the same tone
with the house clerk's office for 'lobbying among house of voice, the I poor clerk replies. "Yes. sir". and proceeds to
members and the 'en secretary's office for that body. read amendment number %
AROUND II A.M. the gongs !sound and the house and the Several hours later the sun sets the legislature adjourns
senate go into session.! and itself
prepares for another day.Pag. .
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Editor: : Alter much personal debate ,of l' a\ pistol i is greater than that of a knife, and
concerning) whether or not I should submit that its technique i is not all that difficult is .
this letter. I decided I would.. The contlict demonstrated h\ the fact that stupid peopleuse
docs not stem from any fear of retaliation nuns e\er\da\
(Once I know that 99.9 percent, of all gun AS FOR THE "POWER"ASPECT,

owners in'this country are "peaceful and law after all-we are not hunting elephants, and a
abiding people"). Rather I question the Kim i i\surely more powerful than a slingshotor
eHicacy of !such \erbal overtures on my (or a. how and arrow \\\: are 'talking about a .
anybody's) part. Nevertheless I find it extremely gun's capacity to do a human being( grave or
difficult to refrain from commenting fatal injury A gun so far is the most efficient '
on a concept so totally alien to my nature as method easily available to accomplish ,the r .
I the one offered up on /nun control (or the lack infliction of such injury.
thereof) in,a letter to the editor on March 31. The only statement I agree with is that the y
In this letter the correspondent (whose intelligent ,man does not attack with.a pistol. I }
name was not printed) advocated "crime would add that a truly intelligent man would

control" rather than gun control. This i is an recognize the kind of degeneracy inherent in ;'" ..... II

admirably !shortsighted kind of !statement. the use of firearms even "protection." for ,.,, ,, .W''.,:
Admirable in that I only wish I could see these where do we draw the line? Many times the ) -

things in such simple terms. However. I like to ,'riminaliII tell you that he was only
,think that I'm not that !simple-minded. "protecting" himself hen he felt the need to Kennedy provided able
CRIME, THROUGHOUT THE shoot somebody
HISTORY of the species, has never been a I am one of ,those people "who have a
controllable clement. It has in fact, always horror of weapons of any sort," but that does and dynamic leadership
been patently uncontrollable. Although what not necessarily make that category) a "vague"one
does and what does not constitute a "crime" for me.' I categorize( "weapons" and,
EDITORi: I was shocked to person! that) I, for one. was burning their own homes andmanit'eslint
i is.!subject to a number of interpretations rightly !so. as it is defined in the dictionary:
(based mostly on time and place), \\hile"death" "I.: an instrument of offensive or defensive read the uninformed and doing this very thing in the1950's ) courage and
during the mundane in their blackness that
Unlearned letter recently pride
remains an absolute regardless of combat: !something to fight with, and as
written by a naive nubile banal unpromising white people listened.EVIDENTLY .
whether the dead perSon is a "criminal" or such I abhor the very concept. fI
regarding Kennedy promises Hsenhowcrears when there THE
one.of this country's 99.9 percent "peacefuland I DO NOT, however, equate freedom of the
which fell short. Evidently, was universal: nuclear panic WRITER DOESN'TREMEMBER
law abiding" owners. with the freedom to bear arms. The
) gun press ,
the writer fails to understand If Kennedy's civil rights when blacks
'Ihere is only in which I can interpret latter concept must certainly be outmoded.
one way
that one of the reasons the posture seemed moderate had to sit in the back of the
the reference made to Mr. JeffCooper's Let us not forget that the right to bear arms
dream was not totally fulfilled when in office, the writer bus but I do! JFK was a
"recent'ork" in which he was linked with the need for a civilian militia.In .
says
was the fall of the leader neglects the fact that he faced millionaire who dared to )give
"they (uuns) amplify the capabilities of both a time when a !single bomb could wipe out himself a hostile congress which the working man importanceand
the good man and" the bad, and to exactly the an entire city, isn't I it;, a bit ludicrous to think I'm !sure this is difficult to passed the Civil Rights Bill of enumeration. (To this
samedegree.) ." i is to first question what is there is a need for a militia? explain to someone who 1964 only after Kennedy's day I !still remember my
meant by the word "capabilities." This( I cannot understand, nor do I think I'd care remembers Nixon better than assassination and LyndonJohnson's father weeping before the
apparently refers to the "capability" to kill.or to try the kind of mentality that feels the he or she remembers Kennedy application of television set a lost look on ..
maim, since I do not !see how the ultimate necessity to cling to its lethal toys almost as if Yes the nation did electa political pressure. his face.) Since Kennedy's
purpose of a gun can be otherwise. (As simplya they were !surrogate security blankets.In dynamic and brilliant Need I also remind this murder, hard facts have cometo "
deterrent, wouldn't a replica of the real reality, the gun and all weapons, are leader, one who stood up to writer, and others who may light indicating that he
thing do' just as well?) created with the express I purpose destroying the steel companies and the think this way that Kennedynot stepped on many toes in the
The correspondent goes on the quote tir impairing) life. I defy anyone to tell me racists, the Pentagon and the only )gave hope to the government. These recently
further from Mr. Cooperho says, "The differently. Certainly they are not ornamental war-mongers. If it were not needy but food, offered the released, little-known detailsof
pistol is a defensive! ,weapon. .It's capability in nature, and they serve no other useful for John and Robert Kennedy youth of this country an a possible conspiracy
for offensive! action is poor, as its range is', purpose of which I can conceive. Human': and Secretary McNamara opportunity to do something ithin our, own government
short, its power is low and its technique nature, being) what it is, needs no impetus to Cuba would have been constructive through, for establishes! that there were
difficult An intelligent man does not attacks bring about its own demise bombed during the missile example, the Peace Corps persons unknown who wanted
ith a. I pistol." Come now. Certainly the range I Deborah Bucci crisisand the U.S. held rather than through mere him destroyed. :
responsible for the hollow commendation. But a dream, a hope !shared
destruction of the small Kennedy took a stand in by so many cannot: be
Oliphant is hereEDITOR'S island! but the adolescent Berlin and the German destroyed unless we allow it
thinker failed to research this people will never forget him within ourselves. Indeed,
issue. for it.And, Kennedy's killers were just
AS FOR PARTICIPATING if Kennedy motivatedthe as !short-sighted as the writer r
,
NOTEi I his! Cartoonist of works are !syndicated to 300
Outstanding in air raid south of this country to of this diatribe in thinking( the
will National Cartoonists other newspapers across the
quarter The Alligator 1972 bv Ihe country. He joins Don Wright drills and kneeling under march in the streets to end an man and the dream are the

present for the first lime the Society. Oliphantalso and Alligator's Bill Day as desks during the Cuban 'unjust war abroad and injustice same. I I. for one, hope in my
on'the missile! crisis. I would like to at home. I applaudthis lifetime the truth will, be
editorial ,cartoons of Patrick won the Pulitzer Prize for regular cartoonists! .
inform this !shortsighted inspiration. It was the competently and honestly
recognized as. editorial cartoons in I%b. His! editorial pages
Oliphant. candle light marches that. revealed as! to the circumstances
brought an. end to the war, !surrounding the
not Kissinger! (I"hOt by the execution of JFK.

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DEBBIE IBERT "very serious implications for all areas funded by the state:"' Graham said. By MICHAEL BRADLEY tees and me \student activity t \ \ tees has been made.. by Rep. H. Lee Moftitt. D- '
Alligator Staff Writer FOR EXAMPLE, Graham said, schools face a reduction of$25$ per childin Alligator Staff Writer Taml I ) I.l I. '

:- the lt kindergarten through twelfth grades, $$25 to $$50 per student in l Requiring c the amounts of the two fees to be determined by the regents/(
Money -:or rather the lack of it will underlie almost every issue the community colleges, and for universities a loss of$50$ to $$100 per student in Editor's note: In this year's legislature, a number of bills will be proposed the hill places the activity fund under student government control and the
1975 Florida Legislature faces this. year. ,education, and general, budgets. which will effect students in Florida's universities. The following is a list of scmce' fund under the control of the university administration.
The regular session 60 days of hammering out a new budget$ and new, Graham said he favored Rep. Sidney Martin's' bill to reduce the amount some session of the bills The Alligator will be following$ during the 1975 legislative TUITION, Rep. Sidney Martin D-Hawthorne.: has introduced a bill

laws: \ tor the state, opens tomorrow to deal with a state pocketbook squeezed of' money the state refunds to businessmen \whocollect\' sales taxes from three : requiring registration, and tuition tees established by the BOR to be ap-
by nationwide,, inflation and recession. IKT: ,cent of the collections to one per cent. STUDENT REGENT.. A bill sponsored by Rep. Bill Nelson. D- proved by a majority vote ofthe state legislature
EVEN THE BEST predictions for the 1975-76 general revenue are down Martin's bill would generate, an extra $$11 million in state revenue, with $$2 Melbourne, provides for the appointment of a full-time student to the Boardof If Martin's bill becomes law,, proposed tuition hikes would have to be
six per ,cent.. from last year. million earmarked for state universities' libraries. UF F libraries would get Regents ratified by both the Senate and the House before they became effective.A .
Gov. Kcubin Askew's recommended $$4.9 billion budget$ cuts general \ViOO.000.. TilE STUDENT REGENT would serve a one-year term with A similar.. bill has been submitted by Rep. Walter Young D-Pembroke
revenue spending by$$278 million for the coming year. BESIDES education appropriations, the major attention-getter$ in the representation being rotated so that no university is represented more than Pine' !
Legislators" agree- it means "a very lean year" for state-financed agencies: 1975 sessions will' be the funding and reorganization of HRS. ''its once every nine years. BANK LOANS. State banks ,would, be required to make available at least .
Senate Ways and Means Committee Chairman Bob Saunders. D- Askew's, budget gave, HRS a 4.9 per cent increase over last year. But a A bill by Sen. Jack Gordon, D-Miami, would put three students onto a two per,cent oftheir unimpaired capital and,surplus for loans to individuals '--r:-: ;
Gainesville admits the tight-money situation will give legislators fewer house\ appropriations subcommittee slashed the governor's' recommendations larger 12-member board. qualified under the federally insured student loan program.
options to choose from but said he believes "it's foolish to cut funds Across from $$960 O million to zero for the department. Committee STUDENT SERVICE FEE: A proposal to separate the student service Sponsored by Rep. John Forbes. Jacksonville, the act requires banks to ..f, '
the board." members"- must now start from scratch and go over the agencies' budget t .. ........... ............ ........................***..**************.**************> make these loans until funds are exhausted. The bill would take effect: on

OTHER LEGISLATIVE leaders, however, said they expected request point by point and decide on the funding; ,4. .- (October !1. 1975.UNIVERSITY. ..
"dramatic": : cuts across the board for state programs. THE REORGANIZATION of HRS is "sure to go through$ despite the ,*. Go/nesv lie PRESIDENTS! A bill sponsored by Rep.. Richard Hodes. "
"Appropriations'depend on revenue projection. If dollars are down ,controversial changes$ it makes, according$ to Sen. Jack Gordon, Miami, ,J. / area Jt D-Miami Lakes, would empower the Board of Regents to appoint the 1'',',
.and they are by almost $$300 million then the budget has to be cut to ,chairman: of the Senate HRS committee. *. president of each state university for a term of five years. ,
match those dollars"' House Appropriations Chairman Edmond Fortune "I The major.. effect: of the reorganization( proposal would be to take the ,*. Jt The bill further provides for reappointment after an evaluative review of' ,_
L-Pace) said.Deciding< division, of corrections! out of the HRS department and set it up in a new ,4. well 'esentedgislature ''the. president's administration by the BOR. Evaluation would begin in the ,
where\ to trim the fat from the state budget$ will consume a large Department) of Offender Rehabilitation. The division of corrections inJ,J. rep .. fall of 1975 of any president who has served for five or more years.
amount of time and argumentative energy in both houses of the legislature.But eludes", the prison, parole and probation systems, and the juvenile J ,**. SENIOR COLLEGES A new two-year upper level college has been
most legislators: h have taken a "holding the line" on present spending delinquency programs! of the youth services divisions. ,4. Jt.. \proposed) for Dade County. ;:.
approach and abandoned hope of any new programs. : In new k kBY I ; 'l This bill submitted by Rep. Bill' Fulford D-Orlando.. deletes
"VERY FEW new\\' programs will pass especially if they cost more .rI 'Jt authorization tor the establishment of a four-year college. -
money; Rep. Fortune said. The four appropriations subcommittees have .,, p. '. STUDENT LOAN TRUST FUND: An amendment to the' Florida
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been making cuts in all areas, he added. ** IXADIpt JG G HATCH Statutes would allow'" students attending any private vocational school,in
The adequacy of the budget -particularly education funding x Staff Writer ''Florida' accredited by a national a agency recognized' by the U.S. Department
promises to be :an area of sharp disagreement this session. The other major of Health, Education: and Welfare to receive loans from the Student Loan
legislative: matters that will stir up some early legislative battles are: Gainesville UF and Alachua ntywill find they are well represented on n'tik p IfJt 'I rust Fund. ,\,
Reorganization of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services issues of vital concern to them in int s i year's' Florida Legislature, which opens The amendment is sponsored by Rep. John Forbes. D-Jacksonville. ,:

\ HRS( ) and reorganizing' environmental agencies$ ; '_ *: Tuesday ,.. CUBAN LOAN: 'A bill sponsored by,Rep. Walter Young, D-Pembroke ''i-l.. /
_Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment: R 1 1 1"t' u IN THE HOUSE, Rep. B.1M. A drews, D-Gainesville will chair a subcommittee ., '. Jt.... Pines, would create the Cuban Lawyer Financial Aid Trust Fund which' ,':,':::4 "
_A constitutional amendment for a new method of selecting and retaining *, of the important A Apprfpri nations, Committee. Andrews will also :";nf .It : would provide scholarship, loans to Cuban law students. '
judges$ to replace the present general election serve. as a member of the Edit tion Committee and the Joint Select '';'"f' 1.'.,;"'''r'.1 *.... 'l The loans administered by the Department of Education, would not
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.A bill making the Public Service Commission appointed by the governor 1 : ,Committee on Electric Rate S Stn urcs. l/;{/rljtJt/$:- exceed $$500 per month to each applicant.
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instead of elected by the public; In his role as a member of th Appropriations and Education panels, //II/fltVi' / '>4 Jt NATIONAL GUARD. Florida a National Guardsmen would be eligible for
Impeachment proceedings,against three Florida Supreme Court justices rtI; *, Andrews will be called upon to ecide on the Board of Regents (BOR) ',r. 1// ... a 50 per cent reimbursement of student and tuition fees under a bill ...
and State Treasurer Thomas O'Malley. *: proposed tuition hike and other alters concerning funding for UF and .;: :,j jJ .j proposed by Rep. Fred Hagan. D-Orlando. ;
Tougher conflict of interest and financial disclosure laws,, for state'officials Florida's' other universities. J fo'//';,:,.:.<: 1 Specifications for eligibility include maintaining$ a grade point average of
a !state lottery bill and a proposal to put students on the Board of Andrews has said he opposes i uition hike calling it a special' talon ? ':r. ;t, JtJ "C" or better for each term satisfactory completion of initial active duty
Regents will also encounter some stiff opposition in the legislature. gi students" which will be levied in ins I ear: that Gov. Reubin Askew has said no : :>" :/J''l.' I; .* ,service, and satisfactory performance upon return from active duty.
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SEN. JACK GORDON, D-Miami. a member of the Senate Education I taxes will be increased. "':II' :,,;.. i f STUDENT RECORDS: Student records would no longer be withheld
(mmittee i plans to renew\ his effort to create a 12-member Board of BUT IF THE legislature; fails isapprove the tuition hike, passage may Ir J Iron students or their parents under a bill now before the House.
Regents including three s students. Another bill to put one student on the F be automatic: as the result of a I l9 197 Leon County Circuit Court decision. I Rep. Roger Wilson.. D-Seminole, sponssred the bill which guarantees the
current nine-member, hoard has a "chance" of passing I Rep. Mary 'i; The court ruled that if the Ie' ature failed to act on a BOR request to K- '-- --p-- student's rights to access to these records 'and to challenge their contents. ,"r
Singleton D-Jacksonville vice chairwoman of the House Education "vw change fee schedules the BOR'id' isi&n' & would have the effect of law. SID MARTIN,:D-HAWTHORNE; These rights would be granted to the parents of public school students under I

: (Committee, said. N, Gy 4 w However, a bill filed by the a are other house member, Rep. Sid Martin, filed tuition bill 18 >years of age.
Singleton. said she had hopes for the ERA until the citrus boycott began. D-Hawthorne., would require I tive action on future tuition hikes. Students ,would,' also have the right to keep such records confidential.
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Before. "it looked like it might have passed the house now\\' it's unsure. It THE MARTIN BILL, which s undergoing final modifications, has .u OPEN UNIVERSITY: Reps. Walter Young and Mary Singleton D-
stands even less a chance in the Senate.:" picked up several powerful spon* s including House Speaker Don Tucker Jacksonville. have submitted bills authorizing$ the establishment of the
One thing that most t lawmakers" including Senate President Dempsey x r>i ,1 Tallahassee and Senate Preside Dempsey Barren of Panama City. "Florida' Open University. '

liarron: and House Speaker Donald Tucker seem to agree on is not to hit ._, .... Martin a I7-year veteran of the lachua County Commission ran for the ,,1, This institution would be a nonresidential educational institution .
"Florida' residents with any new taxes. And that includes no new gas tax ''It's' foolish to cut funds seat vacated by current Flow': Commissioner of Education Ralph a operating through h regional learning centers designed to serve those students
according to House Finance and Tax Committee,Chairman: : Carl Ogden, D- Turlington on a platform of seek' student support on matters which effect \who\ do not choose. to pursue traditional college study at a campus-based
J Jacksonville. .. across the board.' J universitv.\ "

UNFORTUNATELY, college tuition is considered more of a user's tee for : them.Martin serves on the Health a art ehabilitative Services Committee which -Nr; FACULTY EVALUATION: A bill proposed by Rep. Richard Hodes, D- -
..1. state t service than a tax. Fortune said. The appropriations chairman called Sen. Bob Saunders. it has responsibility for overseeing' s which' will effect such state facilities as __1 cY Miami Lakes, would prohibit denial of promotion salary adjustment, or .
tuition hikes ". it tenure for failure to do r research, publish or perform' other scholarly :
"inevitable unless state revenue picks up.: .. .. the Sunland Training Center jainesville activities.
Sen. Saunders said monthly tallies: of sales tax show ..<.<..<.<...4.<4.< K.4.< 41. < SERVES the I h t ..t.i.
revenue "very encouraging K4.....4.<4.<.K4.<4.<..K4.< ..4.<.* MARTIN ALSO Agricultural ''Committee and the
signs" of an improving state income. General l Legislation Committee. 'I The bill further requires the .assignment. of faculty duties at the beginning c

Jan nan's: ') ,lake-in was $$10 million behind last year's. February brought in MOST CONTROVERSY surrounding the. proposal centers on the On the senate side, Sen. Bob S 51 'den, D-Gainesville serves as chairmanof of the academic: \year or term and any subsequent change made only after
$$7 million less and ti figures for March finally show revenue catching up to handling of juvenile offenders Gordon said. if the powerful Ways and Mean Committee, a nA ,consultation' with the faculty member
last \sear's' level' he said. A senate bill keeps the division of youth services under the wing of f HRS, J. This committee ,considers all ney matters!' which: come before the r Is I LAW SCHOOL: Florida Atlantic University at Boca Raton would receive
THE CREEPING improvement\' however\' comes too late: to spare state he said, \while\ the house bill transfers the division into a department.: senate A funds lor the establishment of,a law ,school under a bill submitted by Rep.
''a agencies from reductions in their budgets. Those most likely to be cut are in I Rep. Barry Kutun. D-Miami Beach chairman of 1 SAUNDERS OPPOSED THE 1 ual Rights Amendment (ERA) last year William James R-Del Ray Beach.
the Department of Education, \which\ receives 60 per cent of general revenue Committee.: v" id d reorganization, would create a better the criminal House HRS and has been blamed by some r >ERA forces for its failure to pass the DATA, PROCESSING: A bill proposed by ,Rep.. Ander Crenshaw. R I .
money, and the HRS which gets 20 per cent. Saunders continued. management, system. justice Senate last by only t twO'o v*I s. Jacksonville: \ authorizes s the Board of Regents to set up a uniform data

Main legislators \will\ argue however that these -"peopleoriented"I CONCERN over the rising crime rate may: lead to trying 1 Elected to year the Senate in 1968 m| > the 16-couoty Fifth Senate District, processing' system' to b be used\ throughout the state university system. .. ".
I programs, can least afford budget cuts since newcomers moving\' $ to Florida at adult.. courts and the possibility of sending lawbreakers more juveniles in ,. .Saunders to the chairman* of the Ways and Means Committee inssible ORGANIZATIONS: The Board of Regents would be empowered to '
..1 a r rate "of 7,000, per \week\ \will\ be using the sen'ices. lo adult prisons. Gordon said.: under the a age of 18 four rose and is mentioned as I ir replacement for Barron when hish"Buddy"MacKay permit the use or..a. univcrsitv's\ : \ \ property facilities and personal services by
In I Rep. Fortune's opinion. "Education: has ever been a low priority" Reorganization/( of environmental! years ends in 1916. y any, of the unuersitx's\ ,,'' "direct-support", organizations under conditions >
agencies is .. .
,. another senate presidency "
But Senate Education Committee Chairman area for legislative h .. ))1 bv., the regents., -
Robert Graham. D-Miami-: with K
!scrutiny> \\ a tu .of'war brewing over whether the area's' other senator : is also a freshman, "
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Lakes. said: ""Education' is getting a low priority,' because dollars are low." \would\ ,control" agencies. governor or the cabinet elected fill the seat vacated by b new Lt. Gov.Jim Williams '/direct-support\ organization! i is' a private nonprofit organization formed L LIbr W'W'f.'f..
FOR GRAHAM, the state money squeeze raises the question of"whether The BarronTuder"bilf; to consolidate MacKAYCAMEFROMasmanv to .a a see ear term in the house where he received () the benefit of the ,universities. 'I..,, ', "J .
1 services' should be reduced .. level proposes three environmental' Sponsored' b b\\ I Rep. Walter'' Young D-Pembroke Pines, the bill, forbids 'r ruch 1
public at a greater (han the reduction in agencies, including$ the Department of Natural Resources '' 'service awards, including Allen Morris Award for good service in ...,
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j general revenue for the \state.: ment of Environmental a new Depart' 1 \ permission\ to.to\. to an organization \which\ discriminates in emplovmcntbv I''
}, "Do we accept this and make accomodations. or do \we\ face (IheZ Control under cabinet control.Regulation and the Department of Pollution his first house,, term. under Saw ers on the Ways and Means Committee I \ race color, religion sex. age or: national origin.$ .. ". t.< )'' '
Z inadequacies of our tax structure and use this time as an opportunity' for tax Under a compromise bill the Pollution MacKay will serve on the Seri te e Health and Rehabilitative Services BILL ANDREWS, D-GAINESVILLE' 'I h hv bill also\ makes: the organizations using university facilities subject to ;.:k ,:'
f reform so \we\ don't have to scale down public activities?" he said. by an envirnomental regulation Control Board would be replaced along with serving Education, c "mittec." .tuition hike 'special tax' J (.audit and ,designates.. ) them as state agencies I tor purposes' where \state '
commission the
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Alligator Staff Writer Program.,
Of .10 grass varieties treated. Dobereiner :* i:1': : :
discovered the highest nitrogen fixation rate
UF scientists may have discovered a way tout
to be in Iransxala cli itjtra\\, .
oil consumption, reduce pollution
LUCKILY 'Iransxula is plentiful in
problems and help solve world food shortages grass .
Florida and tropical areas of the world. It can
all in the roots of grass.
he used terttli/e livestock and
to pastures
and
Scientists UFIn"titutc of Food
rotated in farm crops such as rice corn S
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) are experimenting p pS
fixation in cereal and sugar, cane.
with nitrogen grass a
process of converting, nitrogen, from the atmosphere Before bacteria-treated Transvala is 4
IFAS researchers
lommercialized must
into usable fertilizer form.
IT IS ACCOMPLISHED by injecting measure characteristicssuch as its growth
strains of bacteria into roots of grass. After increase under different conditions and the' :
this injection, nitrogen is naturally formed in imput of nitrogen into the soil for use by other t4 "I'

the roots and can be used as fertilizer. plants.
"The plant fixation of nitrogen, discovery is' ..
Currently, seven barrels!'! of oil are required to
an important breakthrough, but only a .
of artificial fertilizer
produce one ton nitrogen ,"
scratch in the surface of research that will
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According to a report for the National .\ .
.. Academy of Sciences by George S. Hammond THERE ARE 3,000 other grass genotypes a
.., their Foreign, Secretary reducing the which are potential nitrogen fertilizer t'
producers.
need for mineral fertilizer could mean a W
IFAS is internationallyfundedprogram
seeking
tremendous reduction In oil consumption and an
to expand research in this area 4 K
be a major advancement in combatting the
and presently needs $60.000 to continue
energy crisis pollution problems and food ,
research on the Transvala grass.
shortages.DR..
S.H. WEST, assistant dean of Election session set
research for IFAS, 'estimated
agriculturalists could save $80 million on Student Election Commissioner Greg
fertilizer in one year for grasses in Florida' Fnholm will be answering questions about the
alone if biologically produced nitrogen new election laws today from'11IS 1 a.m.-: I
replaces the artificially produced mineral. p.m. and 4 p.m.-7 p.m. in room 316 of theJ.
Emphasis in reasearch on bacteriatreatedgrass Wayne Reitz Union.
began in Florida last year by Johanna'' Candidates and interested students may We believe ,
Dcobereiner. director of a Brazilian research attend. Enholm requested that his fellow
program working incoordination with IFAS commissioners also attend.

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SCO Student
J and the Arts and Sciences Student CouncilAn STO 00 Non Student
COURSES
'.t1On. enrolling in cou_.
concened with alcoholic
Indian dance performance featuring three ,beverage will be required to
traditional cultural Registration for all workshops and lessons will take place In Room how proof that they ore Of lead
dances will be presented In the J. 330 from 9:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m., March 31 I through April 11. 18 year 9! age "

Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom at 8:15: p.m. on April 18. Students faculty and staff members and their spouses will have

Anjali. the performer will be giving her first performance priority for lesson enrollment from March 31 through April 4. Only .

in) the Southeastern United States. after this time will registration be open to other persons ARTS I CRAFTS CENTERWORKSHOPS .
Due to price and registration differentials it will be necessary that "

each person come to register with appropriate Identification. .
Admission '
is free however BATIK
those
attending the Indian Enrollment for individual classes is limited and therefore, on a Wed April 16.Jun.4700.400pm .
dinner will get reserved seating. first first served' basis ,
: -come, Persons may only register for
INSTRJCTOR: .
themselves. '

INDIAN DINNER Because registration for all workshops and lessons Is limited we S20 linda 00 Student Darty .

1. must consider your decision to enroll final by 4:00: p.m. the S22.00 Non Student

working day preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will
In coordination with the dance performance the J. only' be mode under th<.-* 'tuTistanees I

Wayne Reitz Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian CONTEMPORARY WITCHCRAFT CRAFT SURVEY .
""I ART Of BONSAI SORCERY AND MAGIC Mon.April 14-June 2
cuisine. The dinner will precede the performance and 1.... April 15.Moy 27 T.....April1S-Moy27 730-930pm. .
will give people an opportunity to become 7JO.:: 30 pm. 730.930pm. INSTRUCTORtindo : .
INSTRUCTORTerry : INSTRUCTORDikkl : Darty
acquainted with food and music of India. Da",. .Jo Mullen $20: 00 Student .t;'
51 15.00 S..den" 1 10.00 Student S76 00 Non-Student
S20 00 Non Studnt 115 00 Non Student .
Reserved seats for the dance performance will be ASTROLOGY CLASSICAL GUITAR

D.W. GRIFFITH'S made available to those attending the dinner. I Thu,7.JO..:April 9 3Op.m.INSTIIUCTOII 17.May. 29 Tu...(Beginning April IS-Moy, ) 27

MMORTAL CLASSIC : 7;30-9:30pm. EMBROIDERY
INSTRUCTORChorlieBu.il Mon.April 14-MayS
Oikki Jo Mullen :
Beginning April 7, tickets will be on sale at the SI0.00 Stud.nb 730-9:: :30pm. ; .'
A Janus Films Release 414 no N.. S...,..... $10.00 Students. INSTRUCTORVirginia :
University Box Office (Constans Theatre) from 12:00: to S)S M N.. "......... Solomon

1411 ON. APRIL 7 4:30: p.m., Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be Wed A April l" 14-May Yio 38 \ SANOPAINTiNG' AND ItttKAKiUM $7.00 Student
CONSTRUCTIONTuei.ApnMS.Moy S3 00 Non Stud.nt.EMERODERr .
100930: : : available at the door. Phone 392-1653 for reser 730-: Xpm. 27 .. :
INSTRUCTORDavid '
:
7.300':3Op: m.INSTRUCTOR.
MSB 50 vations. CochraneSlOOOStwUnti :
Tickets are $4.00 for U of F students $5.50 for non- Eleanor LeighliterSISOO .. .
AUDITORIUM s1 S 00 Non Student.Beginning :
/ Student Mon May l2-Jun.2
students.
\fI.StlING BANJO 1:20: 00 Non.Students 730-9: .30pm. ..
( ) MIMI INSTRUCTORVirginia : v
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Man April 14-Moy 26 Mon April UMoytt Solomon
FATHER: PANCHALI '730.930pm: : 730-9:: :30pm. $".00 Student .
INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTORJooSchwom: $8.00 Non.Student..
CREATIVE Golf Gilleeple .
$10.00 Student. $10.00 Student
COOKERY Sit M N_.Shntent. SIS OONon Student.NEBXJJKXNT .

nVSlTtlNCIANJOBeginning AND lARGEUO JEWaiV CONSTRUCTION
WORKSHOPFeaturing ( ) Wed.April 14-Moy T (Beginning) :
6 .April s.Moy 27 .
F Jx 730-9:30pm Mon.April I4-June. 2
X 7:309.30:: p.m. INSTRUCTORilaanorUighllH: '1.303 3Op.m.
the preparationof INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR
Chicken Pllaf'a la TomMonritwy StO.00 Student /lindoDarty-
w Bagdadicnn (Persian $10.00 Student.SISOONonSludentt. SIS I .00 Non.Student. SIS.00 Student
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$24 00 Mon StiinVnHJEWtUV
"r :
ir chicken and rice dish) by' RIDCfl I PAINTING

Violet Barxel. Wed April 16-May 2S Thur April 17.May 29
730-4: .30pm. 7.30-9:30pm.. CONSTRUCTION
Wednesday INSTRUCTORAdrian : INSTRUCTOR: !IntermediotefTue .
Dovell .,School/ April 15-June 3
11000 Student.SM 10.00 Student 730910pmINSTRUCTOR
April 9, 00 Nn.. f tudrnfSRIOCfM SHOO Non Studi...*T .
ROCK'N ROIL RIVIVAL linda Doily
7:30 Thur April 17.Moy 29 Tuna April 15-May 27 SIS 00 Student
p.m $24 00 Nnn Studentv
730.30pmINSTRUCTOR: 730-9:30pm
: INSTRUCTORTom : .
Adrian Oovell ElllgettSlOOOStudenl
JEWELRY CASTING
This is the first part' of Satyajit Ray's Reservations are required: tOt 110.00?"Man Student Student. SHOO Non-Student* ._ Thur 200-4.April 00pmINSTRUCTOR 17.June. S
Call 392-1655 9:30 to 430:
chronicle of and the CHBSITuet. I : .
a Bengali family hold RECORDER
to a seat. .April IS-Moy 27 (Beginning) Hope White .
The deals withApu's 7:309.3Op.m.:: Wed. $ls00Stud.nt. .c'
boy Apu. story mainly INSTlUCTORMlchoellcnt: ApIII..Moy. 29730.930pm. $24.00 4on55jd.nt.QUILTING .

father and his struggle to I liaOO Student.SI INSJR.UCJORMichael!:' :.

support his family in their ancestral Enrollment is limited to, ; J.00 Non-Student. 10.00 Student Ughtnar

and make CHESS S"00 Non.Student; .
village. The performances from the hurry reservations wed. April 14-Moy 21 VCVAThuf .

largely non-professional are soon. 7:30-9:30pm. *.April 17.May 29
INSTRUCTORMichael : 10:00: e.m..12 Noon
'outstanding. Especially notable is the tort INSfRUCTORScarlet : Tu.*.April. 1 S-May 6 .
S10 00 Students Johnson 730-9 30pm.

acting' of Chunibala Devi as the 30000000000005PRIMERIB' 1130CNonluden* $15 HOW 00 Non Student Students INSTRUCTORVirginia Solomon:

aging aunt. In Bengali with English vftOUIKltfM' YOGA $7.00 Student .
.
Wed Apill6-MaV 21 $8 00 NonStud.ntsQUILTING
1.... I5 27
April -Moy
sub-titles. DINNER 730-fWpm:
INSTRUCTOR: 10:000"12: noon
Alice Snyder INSTRUCTORRandall :
SPECIALTuesday
Roll
WED., APRIL 9-7:00; 9:30: ...$70051.4.NDECOUPAGE.. 110.00 Student
$15.00 Non.Student. .
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2ND FLOOR AUD. FRE ..
April Mon April 14 21 28 YOGA I
7.30-930: p.m. wed.April 14-Moy 2B T...*.May 13June
4:3010 700pm.
730-9.30pm.
INSTRUCTOREmily : 230-4Xpm.
Steinberg 'INSTRUCTORScorl.t : INSTRUCTORVirginia :
fIlS) $4 00 Student John ton Solomon
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561'(111I".. "" .",, 10.00 Student* S7.00 Student
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef ,:.|M-.I...A-.._..-r S 100 Noot-S.......* $800 Non Student,
Baked Potato Wed April 16-Moy 28.
REITZ UNION Tossed Salad 730-9 INSTRUCTOR: 30p m.: ** * * * * * * *

ARREDONDOROOMLUNCHEON Roll and Butter! HO Joel.00 Buc'ionon Student. r NEW STUDENTS I :

SPECIAL Small Beverage $i 1 nr>N.. 5.;,*..., : Do you know that : ,


SOUP AND SALAD BAR GROW YOUR OWN : the Reitz Union has the :
(Organic Gord.nln5)Tue. ) .
$2.2501\18 tax i ir *April I IS-Moy JT following services: :
,$1.50. 730-9: :30pm. .

i INSTRUCTORStan Pollock: : Access to FREE typewriters :


Make'Homemade Your Own Soup Fresh ,II I .:,, II 15.00 StOOOStudenn Non Student Ii p Hf\t- : .J FREE- Notary Publicservice'. ; j. .,


Choke of Dressings Green Salad 4 Condiments No Extra Charge for Meal |I (Organic GROW YOUR Curoei: OWN it) ::Access to a calculator' :11 d

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Plan Thur April 17-Moy'l"i.JO. .
Fresh Sliced Bread | : .' X.: '" *
Sponsored by the J. Wayne | INSTRUCTOR: Acheck-cashingservice. :
Coffee or tea Reitz Union and Servomation" SlOIIl'IIIlack
Served Monday through Friday | 10.00 Student. I AND LOTS MORE! :
II l H 00 Non.Student, ** ***** **** * ** ***
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5:30-7:30: : "PICK YOUR FAVORITE" .

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$1.69 FOR SALE FOR SALE: FOR SALEDorm 1

emcan iweoter' $10 antique sh..p coat See ,the '75 super bikes at Super Bikes, size refrigerator like, new call
zPiua1nhi 530 metal tennis racquet $20 coffee nc .1975 electric start 850 Norton $2795. *6028 after 3pm .lo.3l':106.pi)

tables$10 new bath carpet $10 t tewelry. 1975 GTH60 Ducoli $2550 1975 Motor.i For Sole: large desk 6 drawers like new
vPoolsondmat. 378.B923 i A.5T 104.P> ''IllI 8JO-T $2675 New 1974 850 Norton $80 or best offer phone 373-9691 I call
316 S.W. 16th Ave 376-4521 $2495 Used .1973 750 Yamaha SHOO anytime and keep trying (o.3t.106.pi' LOAM. 6PM
20 aol long tank sliding'' top, pump .
1973 750 Norton needs work $900 plusparts
Quom 12m extended range speakers 7 DAYS A WEEK
dynodo. tubsond filters hooter' ten got nnd service for almost all .
ALSO NOON TIME BUFFET rank dirt rnognel outside filler, plus stand Bikes Inc. 3441 S.W. ,ir n nice big hanj.n'ode cabinets wlouvered -
motorcycles Super look and sound great 3441 S.W. ARCHER- R.D.
grill
&grovel for both call 377 8958 or Apt 52 Archer Rd 377-6901 io5t106-cl. '
11amm $1.59 French Quarter lA 5T.104,P) $100 call 373.2073 ta '.
5t.108.p'd'i.
bargain, wo.ld.2614'ne 18 'term (off 23 ; "
10 26 inch Custom Honda 350:
biccycle speed vista boy'swith
I ,, Mvdl I has new shpm.nt.furnl'ure, over with, dual lights. roar. IS000
light chain lock and tire .
generator ,
"A THEATRICAL MIRACLE!" pump included! six mont laldl call vie. I.'edd ng antiques refng low pricesnsterchg9305306days3779835 cites; asking $650 or best l offer Coll 2:05 4.00
"' la3t w re rrmr :
377.8308 for $$S 'lo.5t.IQi'p) :178_ 0370 oft 5'30 t lo I0> 108 p) u..ouiws
lOtI-pI $
7t45 94
'tender electric' guitar 8 S:55
xb91 turntable uslange
Magazine stereo components or l eaul ful ivle lovboy drawer chest
> hardshell excellent condition call
host cote "MELIROOKJ1COMICMASTEPPIECET
realistic 40 wan receiver pro4oo
nnd see it: 1417 nw 6 pi or call .
mirror 5t 108
headphone, and fisher xpSSb speakers 373 7954 (a piMens
3733616 also sole. tame adJress .
II' a (great, shape VIC 377.8308 (a5t1051lWedding ) camping garage equip; odds and ends'o5t06pl 1 IS speed racer 74 all alloy campy
b derail light mutt, sell mornings and
r Bonds, S Engagement Rings. very
.
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Traditional, or Contemporary designs of lor tale martin n.10 classical r guitar with rye 373.9707 $165 .la 3t 108 p)

your choice. Handmade for individualswho hardshell case must sacrifice, $325 see 'it (ODD SOUND All pioneer eqUIp. YlsY
wont ,the best Original work by 4th speakers 60 watts peak each 'turntable
rrt 2715 nw place mornings only (l0-
N.Y Tourioo Souths Artists Master GoldSmith amplifier call
Co leading St.106 p1> pi 4t belt' drive ISOOp
and lopidist, Unconditional 378. 0650_ after 5'30. /la.St 108.p)
Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment, only. Brand new f.11 Enduro or MX Kawasaki : r
LIVE! ON STAGE 373.3894 (o.49t.105.p) $550 Stereo Gorrord .turntable. receiver. FOR RENT
speakers' I tape $190 call 378 5814 lo5t
meat saw bond saw type and meat 106 ) opt for rent apr qur butler, gardens opt 1 LAST 2 OAYST
OPENING TOMORROW NIGHT ground asking for S.500.00 for both call : pj_ No. 946 $165 for 2 bed $83 for private 1:30 3:30
392.6702 from 8 pm to 4pm or 475.1512 tor sale auto cassette player with, rm no damage dep call dm at 3785093or N W. 13M tTREtt end
2 Shows 7 & 10 Reserved Seats $S & $6 after 6 pm and ash for dove (a.101.105P speakers and 'two 'tapes wrecked car 372.1881 will sublet (b.5t.105-p) 23rd 501tiVARD 5:35 7:45 9:45
) !before could ,install $65 or best offer,
373.2684 scott (10 5t.106- ) own room $6111'I with oc pool laund dish
Tfie G t '70 yomaha 250 enduro street and dirt |former p washer across shopping cant beat this!
}erQ l\tslc 21 equip. great for getting around school 'for sole two rectilinear speakers low boy Hawaiian village 3461 sw 2 ov No. 250 or
all In the afternoon ask for Orlando r lodel 6 mas old three way speaker call 378.2008 Mole 1h.5t.107.p) GIV
233 W. Univ. At. 377-3013 3778795 (o.5l,.106.p) system call 377.8714 after 6pm 600.00
NEED ,immediately) Preferably female
Tickets Available at: Rebel Discount Box Office I'i yr. old concrete. 3 br l'lt' bath, house laSt 106 p) toomate $8333 mo 4- 13 utilities'
In Fairbanks w stove and refr on 'i acre bargain world 2614 ne 18 terroff( 23 2nd 15
fireplace own room 1512 nw st And At Its Best!
DON'T MISS IT! lot' 23.600 392.0545 8.5 376.8558 after 6 hlvd) has king bed 50.00.oak d.op.l.of n"in. to campus by bike, come.by (B.5T. Laughter
(la-St 106-pjI ) iesk bookcase 12500 organ 100.00 104-P) CHIP 'N DALE J
wicker" sofa.6500 cribs 25.00 377.9835
I lo.3t.106.p) MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED lo share ... .
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quality opt. enjoy your own room, tennis J':
beautiful', maple lowboy drawer chest A courts etc, $83 a month unfrnshd call \.1
mirror. .1417. nw 6 pl. 3733616 olso 376-6899 (b.5t-106,p1) 1 "OJHEDl'Ml'il .
fiaragesole this trl, sat. ft sun; someaddress U U"

14:) In the mall In the mall .compiny! stuff lamps books. OWN toll 377 ROOM.8462 in or house call terry$60 at per 372 month-928)). ( IIUl

la 5t 106 pi' _. come by ..SA6'w; 13 st, Red brick, you 233 W. University, ,Ave\

WALTER Harley Dovidson 1974 XLCH 1000 cc will love it .lb< .5t.106.p) 377-3013
MXuMMON kickstort recently tuned I 1800. call Tom
Nominated for 6 Academy Awards after 6 at 376-0343 (o.3t.107.p) role roomate wonted for modern. fully A him\iuu win'I IHI
MHTKMJ equipped poolside close to
- apt
campus
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: on kk>t lun tort lung lung lime
one ladies volt ski locket wetsuit used only W mot 'I. util call 373-8101 .1b-3t.(
IC only once by little, old lady with, a fetish 1..Q6'p) THK
ACATIUCHRISim 3:30: call 373-6551 between and ,'pm (a.2t. Two roomates wanted for house In sw BKSTOKTIIKNKVVYORIv I I

: (/ 1 7:00: 107.p) section large yard o.c, quiet, com
4:00: ( 9:30: For sole: sears 26 Inch men's ten speed pletely furnished $75'mo no lease 'call
1 .'.1 .. ;: bicycle great condition. $50 or best ,lohn or bob 378.6165 after 9:00 cm (b-- KKOTirFIIJV1 ]

8:00 10:00: .J. e.."'\ MURDER I ON l THE offer.(In-St.I07.p Call sherry) at 377-4459 after.5:00: St-106-p) FESTIVAL J

: "Room' tor rent furnished .-ref. private
ORIENT I EXPRESS okoi reel to reel deck ploys great won't & both ulil close
entrance no very to
'lIE F.-. .. pc; PG record. w'appro 25 tapes$100' 9-0 penn campus. cheap) $180 kor entire quarter 8:00: &
w rod .t 80 Ib docron 55. remington Cell 378.1738 In'3t.106-p)
electric mod 611) like, new$100 373-7785. 10:00In :
3 Academy Award lo.51.107.p)
Nominated for 11 a near campus newly decorated studio
Nominations 'i1 2 bedroom mobile, home, expandable npt. in stylish house $100 2 bedroom
Academy Awards living room i boy window must see toe needs roommate$67.50 both plus damage
appreciate, beautiful panelling ft shag deposit and utilities 377.2682 (b.It.)108Pj -
ELLEN BURSTYN forpet 372,4237 (a.7t.108.p) )

|ivc stereo system with speakers, new desire to sublet I br apt In Hawaiian
KRIS KRISTOFFERSON kodak 35mur camera, yoshica 35mm ,village $185 furnished immediately call !
3:30 with flash, waterbed with ironieS 'liner 3737954 3:15s:3o: call and make offer 392.8246 (10 51.108Pj -
7:00 on.or two females needed to shore Ig 2
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9:30 : AUCE l bedroom lownhouse S8-month if 2arts. Films
: Bats guitar Guild storfire with, one Pool,oc, 2 great room..,. Come by
s DOESNTUVEHBSMYMORE pickup, Cherry red with, hardshell cose 'landmark No. 9 or call 373-9397 (b-3t
very good condition $150 call 373-5680 '-OS-pI) .

7:45.' la,!.3l.108.p? APRIL RENT FREE Own room in 4br apt \
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PG living, rm turn 3 pc couch 2 choir table 2hoth,a.c.carpet, color Iv,3 blocks from bled X. Undfr 17 not dmited,
10:00: $75 debbie 373-3791 liberio II ,
bicycle campus $90-iiionlh call Rob at 3726858 -
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AUTOS

SUNBEAM AlPINE-V. 1 owner, In ex. leis CA.M sr
cellent condition $300 In spores. $1295;
CLASSIFIEDSFOR cash ond-or rood bike .eves 3774577g3tIQ6p
( )' leis N. w. ttre a. 7:15: 9:10: ALL NEW

t condition, $300 In spares. $1295; cosh
ond-or road bike VM. 177-4577 .(a-3t-

I06-p j) _____ THE FOURPtiMUSKETEERS.
1969 Opel Motion wagon, excellent
RENT FOR RENT FOR RENTown mechanical cond., SOmpg, $850 or best
offer Bill, 373-2403 anytime (q-3M06-p ( )
let section, large for 2 )
II fOR RENT house ne opt 5 mln from campus 01,. roo.. .., ..
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welcome condIt.. all w"uom w. "!,..M one 1968MGC AM-
fenced bock yard-pets utilities, phone linens, maid block from ,6 eye,good gas mileage,
gory oftet 6pm 377-5325b-5-l06-( ) service, $150 month 1708 S.W. 43 ave maid 90.mon campus. 372.1360 color tv, pool oc, FM, wire wheels, overdrive, excellent TECHNICOLOR PRINTS BYOE, LUXE'
{b.31-108.p
376-1396: 392-1540 (b.5M07-p) ) I <
room in o, 4 bedroom apartment Own BR in Townhouse. Sublease 1o gSt105'turbine)
compel. coble TV pool o.t. 2 brs furnished opt air, quiet N E. begin Immed-Prorated .
Cia. now t90 mo.I- % util. coil section sublet $170 per month call 377. mid June. Prl. rent for Aprl-rr.ru wheels for lot*' model monte L. Cosy
entr. JllO-mo. All util
7518 ( carlo. originally $75 each will sacrifice
b-5t-107-p
)
9568 (b-3M06-gL paid. Near campus 3 ft-91 53 7:30: 9:30Texas :
Ren smoll bedroom 4 for $100. Coll 373-5294 after 5:30: pm.
A HOME OR in quiet house
HELP YOU FIND (b.t.I08-p) (
CAN g-lt-lOB-p)
NE section $45 .' tors w. t .
/ l.or 404p. mo plus 4 utilities, w. >N.H
Joel
Roth, 377.677000. (S-5J-104- 377-9780 (b-2t.Q7.p| )) male roommate needed lor spring dome 1959 Austln-Mealey 1004, with
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p. ovenue Needed female quarter at oak forest/ apartment 182 for overdrive good motor and running
br VA roommate to sublease I $70 + 1.3 utilities' call tint at 3778931. gear. Sacrifice, at $1,000 Call harry 584-
opt. near available
now. 77.50
students rooms to rent b quorterto V> utilities 373-8724 (b-3t-107-p) + (b-4t.Q6-p| ) 3050 Perry Fl. after 600 (g-5t-108-p)

compus 113 nw call 377- ROOM IN need r-m 3 b-r country village opts d-w, 73 gremlin for tale excellent condition
COUNTRY
2 j 4.30 to 8 00 pm reody for Im- of 34th archer. HOME. miles west 0cheap': utilities, own room $85 mo. $'889 cash or assume payment $70,
Tate acc uaanty ((8-5T.I04-P) utilities on, available$63 per month, deposit nice place. call 373-9636 anytime (b.5t105.p monthly with equity leaving for europe
immediately' call ) 1 call 373-8219 (g-5t-l08-p) '
one-bedroom apartment ] george
ftblet large 372-2766 (B-5T-I04-P 1 ) __ _
|nhed, washer- ryer, carpeting Until I or 2 fern roomatM wonted for summerat for tale 1974 honda cb 125 good con.
[ then option to lease. $140 month. one or rwo large bedrooms available to summit house $48 for 2 $96 for 1 dillon, 2 helmets $475 bill 373-1617 (Ig.
'S l or 37313735T104P( ) 'uWet from a three bedroom opt. at the person do It now ovoid later complications 5t-l08-p)

iHERALf Clean Female to short ream kings creek opts prefer liberal mole call opt d-1 or call 373.5398 (b-3t- PERSONALwill A Bob Fosse Film
Viscoyo. $ 375 + $25. deposit Coll after 7pm 373-2531 (b-5t-105-p) 107.p)___ '
1 ..1H7 (b-5t-107p) roomote needed to share 3 bedroom the young lady with the blue car to

IBdrm Apt. I block from compus. Sublet liberal roommate to shore 2br, opt; o-c house, 2903 nw 6st., $80 per month whom I was to obnoxious for runningme
August with option to renew. Call carpeting, dishwasher,. other extras inclu. utilities, liberal call kevln or off the' rood near Crystal lost
72-1127 ru of 373-2595 Available April immediate availability $90mo + W util. randy at 37&-0794) anytime, no deposit monday please call me?37343576 (|-4t-

foktlM month Ib- t-tOy-f' call ed 373-7026 (b-4t-IOa.pl) (b-2t.lQ7-p) 106-p) Instruments

Vitamins Dolpha tocopherolt 10001.u.
WANTEDFemale 100 tab $13.00 Rosehips C 1000 mg. 100
tab $3.50 Gmiedi, powder 25.00 per lb. calculator
Roomote Needed. Own room In delivered to you 10 days Adrienne call slide rule
NIGHT OF THE cute 3 bedroom duplex. Very Close to 377-1646 or 37804585M07.p(| ) *

campus. 88.00 + 1.3 utility. Call 376- 3 cot ((2 possibly angora), kitten Httt to SR-5O
496211 (C-5M04-P) good home. Food Included. 373-2766

one female wanted to share 3 bdr opt. keep trying. (J-5T-104-P)
LIVING DEAD one hundred a month master bedroom
notify elaireor deitra at 377-0408 (c-5l- Wedding) Invitations from $11.40 per
'06-p)_ 100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of $10795
styles. Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main
1 or 2 roommates needed now at landmark
376-9951. (il-fr-105-c)
No. 49. come by after 400 pm or
call office for Info. 90.00,
own room
Bookpacks, white speedo bathingsuits
stag
FREE shore for 4700 e-St-lOS-p
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hiking shorts, rugby shirts Allen's
responsible female roommate own rm Aquatic and Trail Center, 3448 West .
In trailer, $70mont util. 7117 sw University, Ave 373-9233 (J-FR-103-C)
archer rd. lot 2012 call Janice at 3781092or SR.-10

372.2195 (c-St-105-p)_ Gay Community Service Center Goy
9&11 men and women meet each .Thurs.
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3 speed transmission for 1962 Ford 5995
evening at 7pm at 107 NW 15th ter call
Falcon call 373-2 490 Ask
station wagon < 372.1881 information
for Tom (jIOt106Pj -
for ED (C-2M08-P)_ ) -
Female Roommate Wonted Starting May

1st Village Park Apis. 1001 S.W. 16th HELPI Are you a Vietnam, Vet? I'd like;
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WANTED: 1 110 16. set of weights with 5M06-P)
benchpress platfor-n. call afternoons,
THE RAT *
AT 376-1081 ask for brute (c-2l-10B-p) Over 100 companies now hiring college
grods. Send $2.00 and stamped return
Roommate, spring quarter 2bdr, air,
envelope to JOB MARKET, Box 381382,
pool, etc. close to campus, "the londmark" -
little' River, Miami, Florida 33138. (j-5t- -
($58.00x utilities) call 377-
1239 ask for Bob, Bill, or Steve (c-51-108- I06-p) __. SR-16

FIRSTTIME PUBLIC SALE Pj)_ KARATE EXIBITION
Male roommate needed to share rent of Sot. Apr,112,1975, 7 to 9pm '
BATTERY OPQtATION ((3-AA) LARGE LtD two bedroom opt. Quiet area. $90 per Gainesville High School GymNWI31hSt.Adutt.S2.00eld 8795
DISPLAY DIGIT S WNCTIOM FLOATING month(
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TIONS aIM AND OEM ENTtY KEYS female roommate wonted April rent Tamosha I core for you very much and I =
CARRYING CASI AND SATTBHfS. free 67.50 + '. utilities share fun parties wont us to be able to hove a hell of a s
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Sunday brunch at brandywine opts call good life if It Is meant to be. No SR-51 "
378-1903 after 6 (c-St-IOB-p) pressure) Wongy (|-2M08-p)

CALCULATORSALEPRIC To buy-Psy 449 (abnormal) books by tonight Is our special pantomime night If 0
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Wanted: Someone to shore 12x52, 2 2300 NW 6th St. (I.1tI089)Don't ( )

bedroom mobile home. Arredondo just smoke your good health
..., Village, pool, tennis courts $63 + W awayl Stop smoking nowll! I can help you
-- : utilities. Coll Bill 373-7455 (c-5t-IQ8-p) fowl) Private appointment. THEODORE
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$20SALE in 2 br REISS 372-5888 after 5 pm. (j-v-108-p)
Need t roommate own room
townhouse, dishwasher, shag carpet $95 "Know thou that In every age and
l-f. monthly + Vk utilities,April rent free call dispensation all divine ordinances ore
373-4537 keep trying I (C-5M06-P) changed according to the FLORIDA BOOKSTORE

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Favorite this Is the
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FRI 125o9 1250 W. $95 best ever! I love youll love |lei (j-I( It108p -
8 236 townhouse,dishwasher, shag carpet (Across From Library West)
SAT; 10 to 4 Suit 234 monthly + Vt utilities,April rent free call ))

373-4537 keep trying (e-5t-IQ6-p) KARATE UNIFORMS. Quality, bleached.
Sizes 546 oiny $28. karate-Do, 1215 NW
Female roommate wanted-Api. IstViApr. 5th Ave, I blk off 13th St. 378.7131 (|I-
rent free-Gotorwood Apis- pool, 10t-l08-p)
0.,wnnd. 377-7914. (C-5T-1Q4-P)) .
KARATE LESSONS
Small Classes $25 per man ..rS
HELP WANTED 1215 NW 5th Ave off 13th SO) Man thru '
Sat even 7to9 37871312ot108p(| )
Earn $3.00 for appro 1 hour. Volunteers
(male and female) needed for study of After we say "I l DO" A. premartial
Coll 392-1038 training group for couples. A -
interpersonal occurocy.
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between 30-10pm: April 7 through 10, preparation group for couples planning p
to be married offered by Univ. Counseling
Q 1 1\J for appointment. (e-4t-108p' ) Center Tuesdays 30-4-30: April 10 _
Port time morning news routes must 15-Moy 27. Call 392-1575 Group size
have trans post cash bond for Info call. limitedsr10Bc(| ) .
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Flo
for i
Assertiveness training group men
AFRIL7TH AUTOSlearn women. Need MEN. Meets Wednesdays i *.
karate-new class starting tu. april 3-5 pm For more info call Bev. or Dave
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Alligator Sports Writer l'rida\ morning's grand finale. when 1 Ra\nie Fox and Nancy"Yeargin took the Gfa \ Qt0

"THIS IS the best win of my life ever!" "B" division title and Cissie Collin and Ann

Okay all right. So Rollins College did victorv.Acker !beamed"I 1 can't after her !surprisingly easy Hint the "C" division crown to give believe I really won. I was complete in the doubles
|breeze to the championship! of the \tateWomen's sweep competition.
Collegiate Tennis Tournament plavmgsovvellesterda\'. I knew I had to keep
last it today," Beverly
up Bucklv scored yet another victory
Wednesday Thursday" and Friday, at theVarsity Fox's only real threat came in the secondset lor Rollins In'innin the "B" division
Tennis'Courts.Yes. .
( when\ she pulled from 1.4 to 3-4. but Acker singles title while Miami's Connie Peters took_
that the Gators could
it's true finals manage was :able. to break her serve in two of the final I top? honors, in 'the "C" dhision.
only onaictory J in Vriday competition three lImc\ to take the match.
:and had to settle for third pjace with 21 points "Itl\ne reallv The Gators were pretty much eliminated
25'/ and I Rollins' isr, a tough player, Acker from contention
Miami's 32.
behind said 'I don't think she On Thursday when they
BUT BOY, was that lone UF victory a dilly! came, but the score still was really down.up"to her suffered live singles losses leasing only the P, .Q

Judy Acker: the Gators, top !seed upset THE VICTORY gpes surprising Judy Acker to provide her three a F.UES

I Rollins') I Raynie Fox the number one 18-year- beginning of Acker's day marked however.only After the she \\I O'iet'ictories..

old-and-undcr player in the nation, by a 6.3.tI4 and Barbara Black
breezed
through the semifinals "We were very \pleased with the tournament
f margin I'or the ,"A" division! !singles title. of the "A"
division
doubles later this
that and ot'course
: year we were .delightedwith
Acker, who was. !seeded fifth going into the morning the
tandem was soundly thrashed in Judy's win, UF coach Sue Whiddon
tournament had upset fourth-seeded! Linda the ,
afternoon finals by Beverly Buckly and said "We
felt that all participants
played
of I Rollins and !second-seeded Sue \ JUDY ACKER
Wert I Linda
Wcrt of
Rollins.
6-2. 64. well, but I Rollins little
just
for
was a too strong I
I pstcin: of Miami on Thursday to set up Rollins continued, with more of the same us. And we'll be back next year" ."bes win- ever"The







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Alligator Sports Writer Once a prospect! of the UF baseball team. Littleton ended
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N up in a Georgia uniform and he's been reminding the Gatorsof

Everyone knows that elephants never forget, but some that fact all season long This weekend he went 3-for-8

Bulldogs the Georgia variety at least seem to have good with u home run and tour RBI's and has gone 10 for 16 in

memories as well. lour encounters with the Gators this season

Take tarry Littleton (for example. ON FRIDAY, the junior center fielder tripled home the two

INDEED, THE, UF baseball team wished they had taken winning runs in the fifth inning, then saved the'game in the

"\;\ \ ,...::, Littleton after he led the Georgia Bulldogs to consecutive 8-6 eighth with a leaping catch which robbed John Cortese of aworun

1 victories Friday and Saturday afternoon over the Gators at ( homer. -
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U' \ Athens! Foley Field. Littleton however, could not win the game by himself so he

-- ----d-,,-,....... .."", '- -- The Gators whose! current four-game losing streak has got !some help from the Gator, pitching stall Starter John

photo by andy newman dropped the team's record to 12.12 overall and 2-4 in the Chappell held Georgia hitless through the first three innings

I Southeastern Conference will start freshman lefty Eric Hiller but,was killed in the fourth and fifth by the pitcher's worst
PITCHING HAS FULLER IN SILENT DISMAY
against Jacksonville Tuesday in a 3:30: p.m. Perry' Field cnemv '- the base on balls.
.Gator staff failed to hold leads
Two walks, two !singles, and a sacritice fly accounted for

two Bulldog runs and Bruce Farman's two-run double and

David Snell's RBI !single added three more as Georgia took aSI
I U F tennis team curbs 'Dogs : lead in the fourth inning.

THE GATORS STORMED back in the fifth with five runs

highlighted by Roger Holt's two-run single and David

B> KEITH CANNON 'I I match. The Bulldog duo recently became eligible for nine-point tiebreaker. He won How den's two-rtnn homer to right field as UF regained the

Alligator Sports Writer, went on to win the !set and play, returned a soft forehand the third !set with two breaks. lead. 6-5.
match 7-6. 3-6. ".3. That out of reach on the last pointof lIFon two of the But in the bottom of the inning. Chappell walked the first

The UFGaton have,not yet would have made matters the tiebreaker in the thirdset remaining three matches in two batters to set up Littleton's game winning triple.

Non, the SEC tennis wars, but even closer except 'for the (lor a 75. 3-6. 7-6 victory straight sets. Kunnen The base on balls proved decisive once again in Saturday'sgame

they took a major 'battle match in No. 3. against David Dick and Brent defeated Dick f>3. 6-3 in the with the Gators taking advantage of four-first-inning

And a I close one Friday. UPS. JIM OESCHER and I fllI hes. No. 3 match while Oescher w alks. a triple and l a !single to build a 4-0 lead.

Coach 'Bill Putter's team John Kunncn split tiebreaker THERE WERE THREE ran his personal record to 19- AFTER GEORGIA GOT on the board with a run in the

won 'four of |he sh !singles wins in the first two !sets of close! matchers and three no- I 0) with a. 6-1. ".2 romp I of second inning the Gators banked on RBI hits bY, Terry Jones

matches, aad !survived, 1 c little their match with Georgia'sJoe ,odones. in !singles. The Ricky Diaz in No. 6 !singles. and l David Russell. in the third .to build a commanding 6-1

doubles trouble to -defeat Gettvs .md Tim Uelanev.. 1 lia/-Diai,No. I battle was as In the No. 5 match.> lead.But

defending. SEC champion The I'F' duo lost a chance to good as advertised. Mannv Georgia's Delanev defeated with two outs in the Bulldog fourth Georgia rallied for

Georgia; .,..1 at University, end the tension (and the won it for the Bulldogs, 7-5.6-' Jody, Stall, 6-2; 6-2. two runs on three singles and a ground-rule double to make

l'nuns. Ilic match seas: match)earlier when they lost a 4. but Juan played him even The victory vas the Gators' I the score3.< .
Wore "played and dropped the except for a three-game 13th !straight and ,boosted After Littleton hit a solo left Held home run in the fift, the
the largest t'Iftennis : -4 lead
crowd But thev1m stretch early in the !second set. their record to 18-1, 5-0 in the (Bulldogs; pieced together a walk and two singles with two outs
oJ'the
and fans tiebreaker.
year. third (for a Combining consistent serve SF.C. Georgia Is now' 9-4; the in the sixth to narrow the Gator lead to 6-5 and drive starting
"hi'U"dn't' in stood handily in the !set
pet' with accurate, loss was,their lint in the SEC. pitcher Craig Pippin out of the box.
hich also placement
MOOR (the \'OlIrti'! hack fence -66, .,.7, .6-3 victory
from the Gators approach shots going\ toward FRESHMAN MIKE McCarthy came in and walked the
courts six. iced the match for
one to hours the net. Mannv probed to /" first batter he laced to load the bases. Then Littleton struck
"IT aml-a-half
WAS A four
GOOD almost
win a have too much power and once again\ with an RBI !single to tie the game, and shortstop

great through: win aide, said Potter smile. after Kunnen it had said'begun.: he and his range lor( l,.."senior ace. 'f ,t; Bubba Wilson lolloedith a ground-rule double to drive in
victory ,
In the No. 2 match the the two winning tallies.!
Bill l just didn't. immediatelyknow
about 15 minutes partner had Gators'; Presslv subdued I F \'c'nf .Friday's runs and two of Saturday's reached bases
wore, that their win "
had
smile been an that "Weweren't Bulldog left-hancler, Gordon s walks as Gator i pitchers allowed 14 bases on balls for the

(expression 0"" concern wrapped, \ 1 up the match. Smith in a l"I.hourrrul: le. : '' .j 'cr \."\. The stall has yielded an amazing 34 walks in the last
other
wgia what the ,
had |1\.1 the sure > .'
sweep < .' lour ball alone.
-5. 36.5. ,1' games
(three We
iloing. just!
doublet been
matches to win: guys had Chap Brown defeated "We staked our pitchers to good leads both days and both

its and when each hutch went to knew thltc" hldon our ,mother former. high-ranked flaw we letI,Ihe lead get away from us,.", head coach Dave

,deciding third set.' there match. Florida juniors plaver.Georgia's I Fuller sighed.i "We !staved in both ball games and-came back.
"ere a few anxious (I'F's. Chap, \\\nand -
laces and Hut that's ha'icbOln.c just didn't the blow.
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'hilc j! kn ckles'in the crowd.wKr (t..: 'I Richard* : Hc.tld t.xk'. ':""victory match < Brown got service, break "Our hall'c-IUh, has certainly donc'elll.they: played on the
{ second
pardon> '"x Mmn"Dial..and':, In t their doubles in Jhc final /game of the first 1 field. We came through with six runs each day and that's ,

'break Smith, got: 'I'''sersk-e: together as theN.2 day's set for the win. In the second ---- -.- supposed\ to he,enough:' Jie 'iaid.,"Ain"t no way Georgia'wassupposed

"gainst VF'! Juan, Diaz team" to complete: the set he lost a 5-4 lead in games: JOHN KUNNEN to,win either one of those ball games, but the(pit-
from.
and'
;, Dave Pre,,%Ito l iake.i4.M .;> flas.| Hcalv.a freshman: who and also a I 3-1 lead in the key doubles win thing lust collapsed: that's: !all' (here. i is to it." ,)'
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.: U.S. wrestlers, 'borscht' for RussiansBy


CHRIS GARRITY I Russian squad." Jacksonville! Coliseum. including/ a. pin at 105.5 placed !second in the SEC
'j., Alligator Sports WriterJACKSONVILLE They did. 'I the U.S. And Kentro. graduate of IN THE 114.5 weight class tournament this \ear. found t
aggregation won one match I'lmersitvof Washington didit timor Bob I Roberts found the himself on his back for most
l.'F' while the l ulan'wept the in tine style as he defeated going<: tough as his Soviet of. the match. losing 18-0 'jo
; wrestling<: ccach Gary remaining, nine. World Champion Viktor opponent piled up a 9-2 \\in. World Champion' Nasrula
; Schneider was partially ONLY MEL Renfro, No\07hiko\ in the 180.5- Roberts was one of three Nasrulaev.
correct when he !said the U.S..wrestling assistant coach at L.S.U. pound bout. l IT'' grapplers:' on the ,U.S. THE LAST member of the
team had a oQd could dent the Soviet Before Kenfro's match the team, and' his two teammates; \V, S, squad was Gator ,i
chance,.ol splitting their frcctylersho ,racked ,up Russians" ad.bfe edthrough ,; did just about as well.. 'heatvweight Mark Totten
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climes of Florida and four thai deserve special notch pitchers and some though. Slugger Lee May and the 1 1974 SEC Champion. was the Kentucky trio. And
Arizona, the major league attention: the Baltimore ,fence-busters named Frank line drive hitter Ken Singleton Lubell said he was "scaredto like the Gator threesome they
managers have finally decided Orioles New York Yankees. I Robinson and "Boog"<: Powell, are' coming to Baltimore via death: before wrestling the all lost.
who's on first and what's on Los Angeles Dodgers, and were on top of the heap in the trade, and if Jim Palmer Russians. "I wrestled the Kentucky coach: Fletcher
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sunglasses are being packed Oakland would normally high school and got beat his match when Petr
tr away until next March; it's be listed among'anybody's list JOHNSON 22.1" said the New Yorker: Surikqv lifted the I 198
time now to get down to of top contenders, but the loss ,"1 thought I was going to get 'pounder off' the mat .for ,a
business. of Jim "Cattish" Hunter OPINIONthree pinned, and at one point fn takedown: and a 5-4 victory.
Yes the J grand<: old game of means that the A's once solid the match thought' I I'n_ CARR'S LITTLE
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genie is deciding who will be The unofficial team motto The pitching has remainedthe again. at the strength of Schneider,who was pleased
drinking champagne this tells the story: "Can the A's best in the,league, but the MEANWHILE IN NEW his foe; "II years is 'a big with the experience the meet
October and who will,not. Survive in '75? hitters shrunk during the past YORK,a resurrection of sorts difference." he said talking gave his wrestlers summed 'it
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team maybe more ORIOLES ,think not. It bats of steel to munchkinswith ponent. the world tonight/They were
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By CHRIS GARRITY HuianlIUad.." Jachom.iJJeColieum.' including) ti I pin at 105.5IN placed second in the SEC
Alligator Sports WriterJACKSONVILLE They| did. 1 I he U.S.: And Rentro. )graduate of THE 114.5 weight class tournament this vear. found
u aggregation won one match I l'nh'er"itul'Washington, didit Gator: Bob I Roberts' found the himself on his back tor most
(UK while the Hulanwept the in tine style as he defeated going tough ;is his Soviet of the match losing 18-0 to
wrestling teach Gary remaining nine. World Champion Viktor opponent piled up *i *>-2 win. World Champion Nasrula
Schneider was partially ONLY MEL H nfro. Novo/hikov in the 180.5- Roberts was one ot three Nusrutaev.
correct when he said the US. assistant coach at l .S.U.. pound bout. I'f-! grappler on the U.S. THE LAST member of,the
wrestling team had a "good could dent the Soviet Before I Rcntro's match the team, and 1 his two teammates V' S, squad was: Gator Jjheavvwei2ht'
chance .ol' splitting their I'reetylersho ,racked up Russians,, had, breezed did. just about as well: Mark Totten
match with the powerful t three pins Friday night at the through the first. six matches.Orioles Freshman Dan Lubell who who">lasted until I 1:13:I of the
second period before getting
caught. in a cradle hold and
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Grab a beer turn on the T.V. pinned.
Roberts said wrestling the
l Russians was like wrestling a
the grand ole is back '"brick.* "It was a new experience
game but I know' if I GARY SCHNEIDER
wrestled them again, 1 could .pleased '
Alter six weeks in the sunny honors this year but there are led by some top- 'things have changed make the score closer:' said
climes of Florida and lour that deserve special notch pitchers and some though. Slugger Lee May and the 1974 SEC Champion. was the Kentucky trio. And
Arizona the major league attention: the Baltimore fence-busters named Frank line drive hitter Ken Singleton Lubell said he was "scaredto like the Gator threesome they
managers have finally decided Orioles. New York Yankees I Robinson and "Boog" Powell. are coming to Baltimore via death"before wrestling the all los(.
who's on first and what's on Los Angeles Dodgers, and were on top of the heap in the trade and if Jim Palmerbounces Russians. "I. wrestled the Kentucky coach Fletcher
second. The swim suits and Cincinnati Reds. American League, winning \ back from last year's l Russians when I was a senior Carr lost in thelast'35econds;:
sunglasses are being packed Oakland would normallybe ,in high school and got beat of ,his match, when Petr
T'"* away until next March; it's listed among'anybody's list 22-1," said the New Yorker. Surikov lifted the. 198
time now to get down to of top contenders but the loss MARK JOHNSON ,"I 1 thought I was going to get pounder off 'the mat for a
business. of Jim "Catfish" Hunter pinned and at one point in takedown and a 5-4 victory.
OPINIONthree
Yes. the grand old game of means that the A's once solid the match thought I .was CARR'S LITTLE
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open it's 107th season on serious problems for the. first straight pennants disappointing 7.12 season off.."* at 163 fought hard but lost 4-
April 7. and everyone and his time in years. between 1969 and 71. the Orioles can think pennantonce TOTTEN SAID he was"amazed" '2.
genie is deciding who will be The unofficial team motto The pitching has remainedthe again. at the strength of S4hneider.who was pleased
drinking champagne this tells the story: "Can the A's best in the league but the MEANWHILE IN NEW his foe. "II years Is 'a big with the experience the meet
October and who will not. Survive in '75? hitters shrunk during the past YORK,a resurrection of sorts difference" he said talking gave his wrestlers summed
AT LEAST A DOZEN, THE BALTIMORE three years from giants( with has taken place. No. Mickey ,about his 30-year old op- up. "We wrestled the best in
team i maybe more ORIOLES think not. It bats of steel to munchkins ponent. the world toni hf.They were
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THE DODGERS ARE recovery from his I 1972
Mantle' ami Whitev Ford have strong, in even position. withan arm problems.:
not come back to lead the excellent bench to boot IN THE NL EAST the
University City Television Yankees to their tenrillionth but their hopes lor this Pittsburgh Pirates will be
World Championship" butdon't season mat rest on the arm of attempting to win their fifth
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Yankees may have a serious Walter Alston will have to dig, Meanwhile the Phillies will
shot at winning the World into his bullpen to find a be featuring an excellent
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The Yanks are'not,without capable threesome of Andy Carlton. Jim I l-onborg. Wayne.
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By DEBBIE IBERT Also on the agenda: today sill tie a report on REAL MEXICAN"I I
t Alligator Staff WriterA the .11.1 under'productive n grams! 'found(
among the state' uni\ersities. FOOD I
Alter a three-v'ear review period programs
new rule to hire university presidents! which the number of decrees fell below a set
the chancellor ol'the State lJnh'ertitSysten1! minimum number were placed on probation. 'Guaranty FederalTHE Village Square
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Chandler !said am program) on probation
enrollment during/ the summer quarter will be lor three consecutivecars! would be subject to
presented to the regents) but Corporate .in in-depth Mud on whether it should be
Secretary Hendrix Chandler said he expects
s cancelled: or absorbed into another program.
Chancellor I Hubert Maulto recommend The I regents will also consider modifying a
w postponing action until May. regents rule regarding/ confidentiality of /t s
A RECOMMENDATION to reduce the student rel.'Ordto make it comply with the
limitation on .Ireshman! enrollment by IS percent 1974 Buckley Amendment.: :
will also!! be deterred' until the regent'snext The amendment requires that all student K
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The .five-year contract proposal would their parents. It also ensures the confidentiality
include evaluations of the presidents and the of the records by stating no one
chancellor on the basis! of their past performances. vise with certtii n exceptions may: have accessto
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Under the present! system!, the officials Under present regent rules student records
serve at the pleasure of the regents) until they are open to students and their "parents and
voluntarily retire., guardianv": The rule change would allow o-e r, : $md', 4; .,
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1975 SG elections: more candidates qualify Thompson slate set Party supports vice B' DEBBIE ERICKSON Alligator Stafr Writer "Students are not apathetic. hut are m.sulted by the apathy in Student Government itself" said Hoss Th~ompson. announcing his candidacy bor student body president of the Grassroots Rcfbrm Organization (GRO) party. ihomipson. 4iM. said no one on the GR0 ticket w ill receive salanes. "The money from these salaries will be used for soholarship, libraries and other educational needs on campus," he said. ILENE YOUNG. 219C, is he (,HO 'iee prcdcntual La ndidatc N otirw said a 'enrice formation hotlhne. otpen 24 hours i dia'. should he set up to askit new students and to help students nsettmnu the hureautic run. around." GH() treasurer candidate. Anthoni lombardy. 4A5. said he 'ould lobby to make a portion of the Activity und Service fees, not represented by health services and current bond obligations. transferable to the general education hind or .peclfic academic area designatedIronha list ofoniounsatthe time of (See 'VRO,' pare sewn) B' STUART EMMRICH Alligator Siaff Writer A Student Giosernmnent campawgn to "bring corruption out into the open" has been mounted by four UF students comn,'ttcd to "making all quizzes.,nmid-rerms. and finals available Sit laM cost,." the lout students. who qualified tbr next .,eck's election Friday. had planned to run together or the "FamnIly' ticket, but *ene unable to find a qualified Honor Court Chancellor candidate PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE Richard Sudrr sjuI the .1 udents rnw plan to run ,is Inde pendents. liu on the %j me pl at torm Sander said. slihotwh the candidates qualitied iinder their real names, they iterc somnl to tempt to run tinder their "tamit, 'times on the ballot. He explained that ijualificatton terms ask bor the candidate s tame and then the name .,s it .will appear on the ballot. SNYDER SAID HE "as going to be kno'sn ,' -Alfrcdo Fettucmni. Vice Presidential candidate Anthony Caminte was going to run tinder his real name, lanme Kravit. the The Independent FlonidaAlgar e .4-.@ y tmpnComnc.,ons Ic Geinnnndl. FoiM. NMt o49.c.lly omecmoSe *i h% Un vnrly .1 Flond. MONDAY VOa. 67. NO. 107 Budget committee okays fellowships Ahs by porg.e Iwehn"e I'GETTING REA-Y Th. 1975 Florida Legislatur, opens Its 6Odcy reguicr season Tuedy. For cospiM.e story, see leglslatlv. special report on poges 10 and 11. 3y STUART IMMUICII AMw haMf Writ In a "gamble worth taklnW" the UF budget committee Friday gave college deans permission to award SlW0,00 of fellowship, wit of,.n already tight 1975-76 Other Personnel Services lOPS) budget. Tb. lelionships will be offered to students siho already went through. an on-campus screening process and 'ern recommended for the awards by the college screening committees. WhIOm TO T11E huduet committee action. however, students had bee, unsure about fellowship offar, because no funds for fellonships were provided in the ate budget recommended by Gjoy. Retibin Askew. The committee Friday also released n additional SIW.,U00to U Fcolleges to be used (or teaching assistantships next yenr. "Conservativly estimating that UF would receive 85 per emt of the appropriations proposed by Gov. Reubin Askew in his budget. for next year. the budget committee, by releasing the S20.,OW, have now allocated nine-teuths of that 85 per cent estImate. hF EXECUTIVE VICE Praeaet Harold Hanson. chairman of the committee of top administrators and financial experts. cxplained LIP ,as taking a gamble by allocating 90Oper ccntof astillunsare budget, but added chances were good that the state legislature 'ould not cut the governor's request by more than l5 per cent. Askes's budget, which finds the state universities at 5229.5 million. approximately the same level as this year. still has to be approved by the legIsIature. li's share of the state appropriation is approximately 26 per vent. A SIJD-COMMITrEE of the House Appropriations Committee last seek qpproved a 512.8 million increase over the level reconinended in the Governor's budget. The proposed increase itill conic from funds generated bs the recent tuition hike. ThE PROPOSED budget. however, does not allocate .nm fluids to fellowships, which Graduate School Dean Harry Sier called "necessar' for a first class university."' Hanson suid UF should "take advantage of the degree of flexibility that sill be available to us next sear" and appropriate some of the ()PS fund, rot fello'.ships. 1hw onls OPS categories funded by Xskes's budget are teaching ossistantihips and adjuncts. Both 'Sate icaste and house appropriations sub-conmittees have approved a plan which wild allow the state universities to receive their hinds in a lump sum to appropriate as they see fit. THlEONLY RESTRICTIONS would be on total dollars appropriated and salary rates. Hanson explained that the total lunmp sum concept might not ito through, but said some Flexibility is almost certain to be approved. Although some prorams would have to be cut back to fund the fellowships, Hanson said Sdetermination ol which specific cutbacks '.ill have to be made should not come until the final budget picture becomes clearer. graduate programs protects her cubs.' Bryan HANSON AND ROBERT Bryan, vice president for academic aIfain, emphasized. ho,.ever. that funds for Rraduate programs had to be found somnewbere. "UF has to protect its graduate projra,% tike a tiger protects her cubs," Aryan cxplained. He added, however, that with "the sante number of students as last year and 100 less loctilty" it has to be determined whether the hinds should go to the fellowships or to more uiraduate assistants. APPROXIMATELY 5185,MG has already been committee to graduate assistants and the SIWX.ID for Icllo.ships means that the tqwo programs are being funded at about 75 1,0r cent of this year's lent., according to Sisler. Sister said the SIOO,.0 was a "con'iderable help' to the graduate programs. but added he was still hopeful of receiving more hinds for fellowshiips.

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P.,. 11. h Indepann Rnvdi. AMIIStr. Monday, Apd417, 19ys Orphans arrive in U.S. (UP!) -Hundreds ot orphans crossed a lO,.0-mile agr bridge Sunday from war-ravaged Vietnam to a new life as adopted children in America. A giant jetliner landed in Seattle at 12:35 anm. with 407 orphans, and the unprtcendented airlift continued through the day with two planes carrying 136 smail children hieaded for Travis Air Force Base. 50 miles northeast of San Francisco. Another flight carrying couver. B.C. S 62 children was en moute to VanViet so lers regaine ke ct SA IGON (DPI) -South Vietnamese troops striking back Sunday reoccupied the key coastal city of Nha Trang. Other government military units and police have begun boarding refugee-packed evacuation ships and executing suspected Cominunist agents on the spot, an American witness said. Miltry sources also said sarvaion and thirst among At lenst M0 persons reportedly died for lack of food aboard an American charter ship, and a Vietnamese intelligence 'ource said thousands of others were starving to death in Binh Tuy province east of Saigon. The return of Nha Trang. 188 miles northeast of Saigon,. 'as the first major move by government forces to recapture territory lost to the Communists in a three-week blitzkreig. Art American witness said South Vietnamese troops and police were carrying out "discrimluate elimination" of suspected Communist agents aboard evacuation ships unloading thousands of refugees on Phu Quoc Island. 60 miles off the southwest coast in the Gulf of Tailand. He said those who did not pass muster were being shot on lhe spot by government rangers, marines, sailors and militiamen conducting the screenings. "The Vietnamese are not taking people off the ships as fast as refugee workers would lIke." the American said. "They are conducting very. very thorough security screenings on every person." In Manila, a plane was ready to pick up another 380 orphans and ferry them to Travis on Tuesday. Dramatizing the nation's growing concern for the orphans President Ford flew to San Francisco Saturday night from his Palm Spnings vacation to welcome 319 children and to carry two infants onto U.S. soil through a driving rain. As this happened. a U.S. Navy diver removed the flight recorder from the C-SA Galaxy cargo plaw which crashed Friday neat Saigon's Ton Son Nhut Airport. Thle black box, measuring 6 inches by 30 inches. will be turned over to investigators who are probing the crash of the massive plane which carried 319 persons including 243 Vietnamese orphans. The recorder was found near the South Vietnamese city of Vung Tau and apparently was blown off the aircraft as the huge cargo doors of the aircraft blew off, a U.S. Embassy source said. More than 178 persons died as the result of that crash. Pentagon sources would not rule out sabotage as the reason. (UP!) -Lebanese artillery Sunday shelled aa Israeli mine. laying force that infiltrated about 50 yards into Lebanon and tfrved it to withdraw, a Beirut military spokesman said. He said the Israelis crossed the border east of the village of Alida. At a meeting with Saudi Arabia's new King Khaled, Yar Arafat sought to secure more Arab support for his Palestinian Liberation Movement. The chairman of the Palestine Uibration Organization arrived In Riyadh Saturday from Abu Dhabi as part of a tour of Persian Gulf states. Arafat also discussed Middle East developments with Crow Prince Fahd. regarded as the real power in Saudi Arabia, Defense Minister Prince lbn Abdel Azir and other officials. Riyadh radio said. Diplomats noted Arafat had stepped up his contacts with heads of Arab states following the collapse of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's shuttle diplomacy in the Middle East. monday/ Kennedy es capes mob QUINCY. Mass. (UPI) -Anti-busing desonstratorn tried to attack U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy Sunday, forcing hM at one point to iog to the safety ofa subway station. Protected by aides and police, Kennedy escaped injury although demonostratotl torn at his hair and Clothes and pelted the subway train which carried him away with rocks and bottles, witnesses said. The MassachusettS Democrat, a finn supporter of school desegregatiOn, entered the Knights of Columbus communion breakfast at Atlantic Junior High School about 10 a.m. Some 3W chantIng, placard-carrying demonstrators were stationed at the school when he arrived, police said. Inside. Kennedy had breakfast with several hundred caty officials and K-of-C members. He spoke briefly Onl 'chool intEgration and national and Interwatlonal events. Flanked by six or meen policemen and aides, he left the building at I1:l5 am. through the frees door and immediately was set upon by some of the demoostraton. L evi: put ban on guns WASHINGTON (UP!) Attorney General Edward Levi Sunday sugeted a federal ban on the possession of handguns -except those kept inside homes and businesses -in each city where violent street crime reaches a high level. Levi, offering his idea simply for discussion rather the,, as a formal proposal. indicated it would provide gun control in cities where it is needed and wanted while making an accomodation for the opposition to controls in rural areas. Levi said that while he heads the Justice Department he wants to spur discussion of possible crime solutions "one by one," and he chose handguns as his first topic because they are the focus of feat" in violence ridden urban centers. As an alternative to the idea of nationwide gun registration. Levi proposed an outright ban on sale or transport of handguns and ammunition in areas where crime readies a specified rate. r HELP YOURSELF BY HELPING OTHERS 11 PROGRAMS IN SAMSON .something for everyone VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT AND ORIENTATION TUESDAY APRIL 8 7:30PM REITZ UNION AUDITORIUM 2nd Floor J

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THIS LEWIS WATCH REPAIRS 200W tunivrsey A. 372-4)06 SUMMER WHY NOT FLY FOR Troniworid Airline, Is seeking stewards and stewardesses for employment this Summer. A IWA representative will be on campus to discuss employment opportunhtes and answer questions, Thceer osi enas Oar 20v neeeo~d ctles 52wy to w'$E rpof.o c Wtt. Angele., As. yJcn. eon c o .2yows tcnwoloten to ond ftc., to., hoe *0*., Hourly briefing, will be held at Room 361 of the Roifz Union. MON.,.APE ILT7-9A M-2PM TUES.APRIL-9 A M-4 PM Cam says he I Curly Pewmornn, 377-543 J~ ~ "~4QU 6 Just arrived from Boutique Marco. Beautifully detailed, soft leather lined uppers on ultra comfortable polyuthanle wedges, they come in rust and cognac. Open Daily 10-8 Sat 10-6 The lndependent Florido Amtgo;o Monday April 71975 Pag. 3 plead innocent r E GET H IGH JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS iii win UllVmytiT aVEaw 2U 11A6 SERh N if~li CHEnt MSSIA CET MACV ,PU SIN G TENNIS SALE WILSON AUTOGRAPH TENNIS RACKETS JACKC KRAMER BLLIlE JEAN KING $TAN SMITH REG 329 20 SALE PRICE $25.95 iaams an mu AUE eiUG alumtolcumu nfla BANCROFT "NEWPORT' TENNIS RACKETS STRUNG WITH TOP GRADE NYLON REG. 16.15 SALE PRICE 9.95 TENNIS BALLS HEAVY DUTY BY WIVCJN PENrd OUNLOP SLAZENGER REG. 13 20 SA LE PRICE Tunway 'z" au ixnus REG 15 60 00Z Mu Siu FuCa nor. 7EN0415SHOES AVAJIA&E -CaNVUE SEKID. ,SGIPS LEAThE SNOE SeVCGNVEUSE SThEISM CANVAS U-THICAI BY CQ4VEBS& P*O.KEWS ooZ U.0 D0Z. 24 HOUR RESTRING &r HEGRIPPING SER VICE WECAISY ACOMPMETIEUELCTIGN F GARCIA -OUNLOP -OAVJS CLASStC ClASSIC II HEAD -WILSGN T-20U1 r fl30TENIS N AC kE~ IN STOCK AT EVEUYOAV LOW PRICES PUCE,00FNAI, PS1 1029 W. Univ. Ave i B' LRI( ISTAIN Alligator Siaff Wrier ',ct0t ( miii si Irom hi; hospiTal bed SundIai he wi l plead not guilt' 1, %h Irtg and dissatilt counts tederol grahnd iur' charged him aih lasi iweek Camil.lornierita r ictit sn defendant inth Ic 3 Guiness ille Fwht tonspirocy trial. n as still in the custody ol HE ASKED THE ALLIGATOR not to reveal ho,. it oh. tamed the 'clie m Cinerview -ederal M.gistratc W Wade Hampton tet Camnds bail I-rtdav t5O.(X0. but required only S5.0 bond bor Camil to he freed, the money '.ill be returned it he appears mn court ,as required. He "a' indicted on two count' of possession with intern to 'eli marijuana. two ol possession 'aith intent to sell cocaine and two of assault. MICHAEL OLIVER, a long time friend of Camnil and organizer of his "support group." said bond money was on the way and should arrive from California in time to have Camil released by I I am. today. A hospital spokeswoman .aid she could not confirm Otmil's reportedly impending release because release orders are ordinarily Wled on the day a patient is to be discharged. No such order had teat filed sunday. CAMIL WAS SHORT of breath and his voice still weak from a bullet wound he received while being apprehended in an alleged drug deal Monday. Nevertheless. Camuil said he was anxious for his release so he could "get outside and see w hat the hell's going on."' He said he feels at a disadvantage not being able to investipate any of the facts of his case. THE FEDERAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY, whose agents eamtod Camil. has said Camnil assaulted two agents 'ben, they attempted to arrest him after allegedly picking up somec cocaine in their car 'a hid, was heading south on NW Second Avenue. special ajent iobn LePore called the shooting 'ac.cidental." He claimed Canil grabbed the JUn hand of agent Dennis Fitzgerald. 'aho sat in the back seat of the ear, and caused the 'hnm 'end-automatic gun to discharge into his o'an left armpit. Later LePore said the bullet struck Camul in the back. i SCOTT CAMIL .during9 Goinmyville Eight trial HE SAID DRUG AGENTS frequently display their weapons during arrests of this type to discourage suspects tronm using rowce. According to LePore. Caimil was going for his tight pocket. pX)ssiblV bor weapon. when Fitzgerald grabbed him. Rut Cantl.,awho was unarmed and wearing only short pants and il-shirt at the time of the shooting. suld the agents must have known he 'as unarmed. HE AGREED WITH his friend Oliver that the shooting "as politically motivated. He said he could not possibly have assaulted both agents, tried to leave the car. and gone ib, a weapon at the same time "How many hands do they think I have -tour?" he sold. Cumil 'aid his injury would force him to rest a great deal cyen after he Lets out of the hospital. Rut when he's not resting. "there's I certain dWOUflt of investigation to he done and there's certain amount ot money to he raised." he said. "That l be my top priority until this case goe to court and I'm acquitted" Camnil said. *<

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Pog. 4 Th. rndepend.n' FlorIdo AIIgotor Mcndoy AprI / Fi fiFe s da nc er tivol has s them e FREE ELECTRONIC ENGINE nau ANALY SIS 'IIH tAQH (LUNE UP I ~-95N.MIN ST HONE 372527 I NIt ?II l i ll IC 923 W Univertily Ane 'jGainflvi' *. n. 377-4226 Si hi i .[Fmidjl IcsII'i ,l ilms thrating LtOLv IS temU i: e fim series i*, spo I he l'crlorniin Art I temaittLriphcr )Ight h I he lilmi '.ill bliredI he sh.,sn thro uvh Mng 2W, i, the i W \(Irnssion Is free I or I en/ w;eckdas htween 9 o E x-UF s tuc hs the FHelkniii ( ,Iltction o Mtondjss Jr AL I,' and will alc i rrjil )f trial Re, I flion \tiditormmin sm'i~ictc sched arid S, iim lent c UtisseII I ii lea rmer UF student and an, ,Ilec(d member ii the hymnionewe liberation Army (SLA). rial In w. 'eek wat h another was brotwhr alleged SLA ",oldier" on t, ir't iie rce nitrder eharges in Sacramento, Cali.f lighle d1 Jiweph Hcnmiro were brought bttorc Judpge Elvin Shtchv who came out Itie and ot retirement HenI ro ,ire charged. (tikland School Superintendent 'lan ,. th cyanide-laced Shehy as brought 0 to preside ovcr the m i the shootmng death of Marcus Foster Foster 1As5 bullets November 1973. ol retirement to hear the bcnaws it '.a' Icared the length of the trial "oold disrupt the case iniI .i n active judge. k -. ___'r 12m.uu S And hove o delicious hot pizro delivered .o your homn.or ofkc*. This weeks mnciol -2 mre 16 oz bottles of Cokte with, eoch pazzo ordered, upon request I Ioam -5prm *AT O.IEOJE Ofler good between 37-2467 I urzu. PIZZA 4Th ThES M~I TO SE WITh c-Em -b iv Channels Crimea, UPI Nfl NeW Yorh ~ Extrian. ~ FM siatiorso. TV Ch.flnbt. a@dS FM end A AM ~ta'doqis 00 WIe *M band nay an 'Mama CASE Ca ~ sn,.msu. '1w a *AREAT TNE ing s Ce. rmni;~ -e C :1W bZnu. .j 0 C CLEAT s.s a. C e Sew C -0 C anam ~. RE~ ~ C C C C -~ C -C -c.*p. C SE ind~ p C C 0 C ersga b C -nsa.. C C C C C C S C ~ aanflC cii~ua~ui a qaIu u-Isv C C C C C C C C C-. NP ~~~AIS -C / 0@@ ee coo 0@* ee eS. ee e Kryg4 i1iJL I -4. -t@y~il~I 1 Rxesmaura 1432 WEST UNIVERSIT~ Ineking for thifl les? trs: AVENUE I) werat Eeyere des: Find them in 'Cater elassifleds I SAMSON RECRUITS __Wth two pices "o OKrysa filed ml chicken, mashed potatoes and crakln'gravyan a dinner roll. through 10 p.m at the folwn Kiystal K prestmed on campus lhis cluarter \pril fi

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SUNFLOWER HEALTH FOODS Hoff men A Welder NI Pt. Products NaturI Vitamins, Minerals Hesba, Oakry Ptoduets leeks. Cosmwtcs 1 w. 7 0-a-em rn.spe COELLEEO LW PALL SImfhSf. AUGUST 21, 1@7S Full-time 3-yN in, pregyam Put-time in, aid geeiqg puejrums Alt progrms leod to the Jun. Doctor Degree and ekqiblhhy fo' Caion 8en. Accrsiltsi PrsvisiemaII,-State hrf it Calif. UUTACT illUME TA. AUUIUIUI -1 Th. lndep.&. Aodd. MIgaer. Mendoy. ApdI 7. lUS. Pug. 5 WHAT'S HAPPENING B, TOM VEENSTRA AlIgater ShEf Writer UF FRISBEE CLUB: Frisbee fans '.ill meet Tvesday April 8 at 7:30 p.m. room 222 in the Florida Gym. Anyone interested and connected with UF is welcome. For more information call Ron Zamora at 392-0540. SIERRA CLUB The ecology organization will present Payson Kennedy, w.hitewater canoeist and fDeliverance" stuntman. with Dale Grider and the Mildew Brothers and their annual fish fry Tuesday April S at the Baptist Student Center. 1604 W. University Ave. from 6 p.m,. to S p.m. Admission for the dinner and program is SS for adults and 11.50 for children under 10. For furthe, information call Barbara Fox at 392-2636 or 378-5502. BLOCK AND BRIDLE: Equestrians will wedt tonight at 7 p.m. room G186 McCarty Hall. The guest speaker will be Dr. A.C. Warnick. E.R.A. DEBATE: A special call-in program by WRUF's "Women's Perspective" will be held tonight at 10:30 p.m. Ihe call-in ,umber is 392-0773. B.E.C. MEETING: The Benton Engineering Council (BEC) will meet Tuesday April S at 7:30 p.m. room 121 of the J. Waste Reitz Union. All engineering students are ivited. For more information call 377-8737. NEWSLETTER MEETINGs All graduate assistants interested in working on the Graduate Student Union Newsletter may attend .the GSU organiztional meeting Tuesday April S at 8:30 p.m. in room 220 Williamson Hall. REVOLUTIONARY STUDENT BRIGADE: Revolutionary students will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in rooms 355-356 of the I. Wayne Reitz Union. For more information contact Sandra It Sounds Incredible MUT EVELYN MA HMlES CAll READ K A You o n too wSo a -a oat. V. -mdoe It People w -m dep1. &e. 4fl.t IC,, d.ont ta.a dilerAl .ucaltne -me owuipleiu -Orse PU ISama -pecpl. Iro. .li .Ik, @111We Thee. ps~d ele i abs wen a ,.g d.vdioted by Evelyn W@o, apomm cJ1as Ptfal all Or ,.n.ul -ree WOI t ,eidln. weed wedquai a, Ic .w;;:':":l. :'"t e.':e ,Ie,.t.difre0'* -w,,,,n flp tmwo hans They end .eite .of TI.,. 0, hdqmwac in 35 muin. They domt tep or .m They med esy word They u. no .a i~. -hi Ito. nutu#.a the ,edin.tn'n ion tat,,,,ed And ,m,,t isell tey .ctutlv und.rnt.nd iO. rn.< ,.n,. .nd *njo, nore iten vvhsf they reed ,lovvy Th.at. rtlt The, ut.ad flir.e i renter mc,. thy .floy more yucan do -.'ant 114E EXOICIST IN U8 MINUTES A at e, lb. ag Cam ASumi SMaw I. lb. m Emi. -w. -. Oene Wfl .s.f Knidy -~ hA .MMe c044, ot S.l -C. Ii,. as .4 pNeuIdern Nesn oonplte dtb Sn in Am. 15. flu .t.n --lren COnge.mn -arn. vCan t.oa M.Ani '.es. k fd out Itw* e --m di is 4* h.a etots. -th Ev.4yn *.d.ding Oynatis Pr. in4 ft.dflmn 1e nesdM nat MnI. and -wi lmrx, ymveur ~ke. d .sot -a rsula will rwnela y.J ert "niMa t ir ed C f,. Smin.fl .0.r its saolMto rsd3.45 tun.I 4 wd omawpn to.,.idno eSC.i, N.eM. Sn.me U' I SCHEDULE OF FREE UINI-LESSONS0 to lton the spoC TODAY & TOMORROW 4:0 R8:00 PMOR4 A T FLALER INN -EVELYN WOOD READING DYNAMICS Sampson at .173-8398 DANCE flLM FESTIVAL: Arts and Sciences will show two tilws sponsored by the Board of College Councils, celebrating dancing tonight at 7.10 pim at the I. Wayne Reitn Union Auditorium Films featured '.:ll be "Dance on Film 18941912." and the New York City Ballet. ARTS AND SCIENCES: The AS Student Council will meet tOnIght at 7:25 p.m. in Anderson Hall. LAW CENTER BLOOD DRIVE: A drive sponsored by the laA school and Civitan Regional Blood Center will be held F-uesday April 8 from 9,.m. to 2 p-rn. Fret blood typimg nill also be available. For more information call Chris Fey 1'7690. SAMSON: A volunteer recruitment and orientation meeting iwilI be held Tuesday April 8 at 7:30 p.m. Reitz Union auditorium Volunteers are needed to, any of eleven progranis. For more information call Senile Solomon at 392160W. INTERNATIONAL CULTURE EXPO: The exposition sponsored by CIO ,ill exhibit clothing, crafts, and other items of interest from nation's around the w. orld at the Reitz Union Gallery April 7 and 8. all day. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS: Committee meetings are held each Monday at 5 p.m. third floor of the J. Wayne Reftz Union. Students with academic problems 3re encouraged to take them to the Academic Affairs Committee. For further tnformation call 378-3077. ISRAEL PROGRAMS: An information table ,aill be im front ci Library West April 7 to 9, featuring information on summer qusrler prohirams in Israel and on the Mideast situation. The table is sponsored by Hamnagshimim. For further information call 378-6533. Rockwell CalculatOr. NOW ON SALE AT WAS 584.96 NOW ONLY$696 The ROCKWELL 202 Electronic Slide Rule for scientific, engineering and sturoots to complex trig operations. DOWNTOWN S WESTGATE 'H. Indipsi' cc Florida AIIqicor I. 8 pgbhcal'o. of Campg. Co.nmgnaceh'w,. .ncopo.d e piva, vnoc-.'fa torpcrm.',n it ,. pgbl.d tine flu,. *aeiy *NC*4 durn Ju', July, ond Aug'4 wen '.* puol~hd .nnh.wu&Iy. nd rIvmg sudflItajohdyt cnd *UOPm perlC&s OpnIons .upt.d In the l*fhAltglfc w.e that.e of the .dltou, .4 i writers of 1*. f a c ad -le tie. a Ultsnnhyi of FlorIda. the cwnpus e.mnd by ih indopmndaa4 F'bid. M1g AM.,e corre~ende m. lontnd.ondar Fria A11g9S aO bax t*5 Ufnnsty Sieon. Galnedvl*,. 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Pe4 I3h* ksdependeqs l4dd Algtr, Monday. April t, 1975 Charters
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-. :,p Ii,, ERAs upporters picket S6ondeM yrsl95 ae By LESLIE GOLAY Alligator Staff Writer Approximately 41) Equal Rights Amendment IERA) upporters picketed State Sen Hob Saunders. D-Guamesville, at his office Saturday alternoon during rush hour tralflc H-owever, Saunders, Jn opponent of the F-R A. w.as nnt in his Oh Stret office at t he Rcachedl at homc Sunday. Saundlers said the picketing would not aLifct his dletision to vote against the ERA "I lon't have much reaction. It had no ettect one s iv or another PICKETERS CARRIED posters such as "Women no kinger an endangered species" and "A news face in district 5." Motorists 'iignalcd support by honkiniM their horns as hey passed. A lew mioturists shouted obscenities and derogatory comments such as "Get hack in the kitchen' aad 'You "omen have at lot of nerve-. Demonstrators said the purpose of the picketing was to show Saunders how his constituents telt aboUt the ERA. I he picket w as sponsored by Students tot Fairmworkers and the National Organization tor Women (NOW L SAUNDERS has announced he "ill vote against the amendmncnt, t hich w ould Guarantee ireedonm 1rm sexual discrimination. if it comes up in the Florida Senate this sprng. Saunders said his main reason [or voting against the amendment was of the "forced dran. 'Ihis would make able-bodied women share front line duty with men."' I hree more states must ratify the ERA before it can become the 27th amendment to the Un ted St ates Constitution. North Carolina. Missouri and Florida are the only ih rce st ate' sc heduitled 1(1 con sideCr the ERA his 'Car Al. ALSOBROOK, Saunders' executive isistant. said Saunders was not in the offce because "ht had business outside the office' but ntherwse "ould have been there for the demnlst rat ton Al sotrook sand he belie'ed the picketmrg waS ".1 j ste ot i ni. buit let Item do it if I hey want. l'he senator makes his o'. i personal decisions based on how. he tels Manm of the demonstrators said Saunders mlist realize w hat his constituents want and represent them PICKETERS photo by Iohn moron blast Stats Sen. Bob Sounders for opposing ERA Suinders its said he "ill sole as he feels. lot is his constituents teel" Fdna Saffy. Ioiunder of UL-'s NOW chapter. said. "This is not representation, iherefbre he is not Itilfilling his obligation as senator and our decision at the pois in 1976 till be obvious." JAN15I IARA, mtembership chairwoman of NOW. said. "One hundred million people ire dIrivimg by here rtaht no. and hen the, 'cc that s e'rc mickeiing Saunders bor his ER A st'nd then they'll reale that "e teed a nest lace in District 5'" Oranges iwere given stit to passersby to dlemonstratc that ERA supporters do support the curt' industry, according to Jayne IIarpriw. 'I miemher of Students bor FarmGainesville ERA supporter said they would not go along saith a proposed seven-state citrus boycott intended to force ratification of the ERA through economic pressure, according to Sally. "WE ARE FLORIDIANS and swe arc bor oranges," Saffy said. When aiked hot she belt about the ER A Sunday Milly Saunders the senator's stile said. "I leel as nmv husband does.i happy s. ih things like they are. Women are as equal is they wtant to be I think ii soman can do anything she ants to do. TIhere's no lat saying she can' Saunders is leaving tbt jallahassee today lot the opening of the Florida Legislature's 1975 session and he said he still plans to vote against the ERA as he did last year. Gainesville Police Department Offcer Robert E. Sheppard. 'tho was observing the picketing, said. "'m, for the ERA 2W0 per cent. My stife and I discuss it all the time. As a matter ol tact. I'd like to see women in the department patrolling like we do." Senates reaction to decide Honor Court fate By STUART EMMRICH AfligalorSf W.Iter The future of the UF Honor Cowa, whether it w.ill be abolished and replaced with a student-faculty Honor Council. will depend in part on reactions from the student and faculty senates and current Honor Court officials. Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen reviewed Friday the final report of the TIsk Force on Judicial Altairs and said he would ask bor formal reactions to the report ironm "all areas ob the campus." SANDEEN SAID A deadline for final action on the report 'as set for May 30. The task torce. after two quarters of studying the Honor Court and Honor Code,. recoitmnended the present Honor Court be abolished and replaced with 'In Honor Council. made tip ot a miajrity of elected student justices plus faculty members appointed by the president. l'hw task borce also recommended the Honor Council should deal only tith academic violations, and not the stealing. passing bad checks. ticket violations and election violations currently handled by the Honor Court. OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS by the task force included placing a notation on a student's grade transcripts for five years that he s. as convicted of a cheating offense. The notation on the transcripts would come off .itter live years. but would remain on his permanent records. Craig Mitchell. student member of the task lorce. explained the notation 'as necessary to alert professional and graduate schools why a grade stas changed to an E. He said the colleges ask students if they itere involved in any cheating incidents, but because the admissions officers "don't pick up on the slashed grade replaced nith an E" they have to rely on the student's word. SANDEEN ASKED AT Friday's meeting if the task force thought the live year period 'as too harsh a penalty, but saas reminded by a ansk force member that "in an academic community cheating is the ultimate offense." Robert Harris. present Honor Court chancellor, said he had read the report and Sas in agreement .ith "SO per cent' of its recommendations. Harris said his main objection was to Family (Frmm paje one) treasurer candidate. stas going to be called "Hyinie Goldberg.' and Arthur Schwartz,. l'raffle Court chief justice candidate. was lacing to be known as "Luga Barnen.' Scott Simmons. director of elections said Sunday it nas unclear if assunied names could be used on the ballots. He explained the net vy-created Student Elections Commission "a' going to meet today to discuss the Iltestion. Snyder, veteran of past "Flash' and 'Son ci Flash" campaigns, said his campaign promises were "just as reasonable as the placing tacultv members on the Honor Council. H arris added, however, that he approved of the recommendation that the Honor Court should only deal with academic violations. other candidates' platforms. Besides offering an exam selling service ". ith two days notice of pop quizzes." Snyder 'aid his party would also bring the price of an ounceofnmari juanadown to S20. sith delivery service offered 24 hours a day. Although Snyder admitted he did not think hestould .sin theelection. he emphasized that he wtas running a genuine campaign. corn. plete st ith electioneering and debates with the other candidates. "Look or a ithite Mark IV with two Italian lags on the front." Snyder said, explaining he wtas going to start campaigning around campus today. G RO ROSSTHlOMP504,LIENE YOUNG .lead GPOcampaign (Front POag one) registration. Lombardy also said he should 'require a statute making athletic scholarships funded by the activity and service fre be nsarded on the basis of need and end the distribution of complimentary tickets. except to the press. on &ill esent' linanced by the activity and service le." "I should also like to see professor "ho require students to use their textbooks. return the royalities the,, receive from the textbooks hack to ibs students." Gary Shach44'&*he GR0 cal1ddate bos traffic coutt chief justice and Mike Worrall. 41W. is the CR0 candidate for Honor Courn chancellor, I homp~son. itung and Lombardy all said thes s'mdd keep rejaular office hour, and publish a list @1 names. addresses and telephone number, If ill SG officers and %tflUtors. phe9 by jebn .moran 'FMRY'CANIMAIU .favor opat comrspdin I'-'S N 4 1

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Pog.S, Theindependent~ordda AdIhgaor, Mondoy Apr?7 1975 EDi (PTO tE I I.2 Review M4ALjI1 h.PFElanli pCAtlEYOWE 1AEtWiCLlEVIT, #eii or 1VIENTY YIPAS Aeo?! it was a shrce.d move on Stanley Marshall's part. Beset by crtsm from students and faculty and aced w ith a hwghlv critical lacu ltv sitrves dealing w ith his performance and macce'ability, the Flortd, State U niversyts president threw what wrmsed to be a hot political foot ball neatly into the collective lap of the Board ol Regents. Amni d cries rom Lieu Itsi stidePts and press that he rcsign. Marshall wrote to resent chairman Marshall Ciriser. "I am willing to resign whenever the regent', reel that the best interest of the uniwersitv would be served by such action." Neat. The regents probably won't deMl with that ball of wax at their meeting today, but the incident serves to point out the importance of another proposal they will consider. presidents and for formal evaluations of the services of' the presidents before subsequent five year terms. We approve of the policy as far as it goes, but we don't believe it goes far enough. It fails to insure that full consideration wtil be given to input from those most affected by the decision, the students. Certainly the University of South Florida students who took a full page advertisement in the local paper callinM on USF president Cecil Mackey to resign last spring would have welcomed the chance to take part in a Mackey review with his iob in the balance. But in view of the regents past track record in accepting student input on other issues, we're not at all sure of their willingness to accept student suggestions and observations on something as important as presidential review. A far better safeguard would be to provide for one or more student regents to actively participate in such reviews. Bills have already been pre-filed in the state legislature to set up just such positions. The Marshall and Mackey cases provide just Iwo more reasons for adding student regents. Too often the advice of the Council of Student Body Presidents a nd other student groups falls on deaf ears. 't. r 2 stat. mus e~. 'ypd signd dcgbl.-,poced end not .ed S00 wndt. .Not b. .Igned wi.h a pseadonym. 0ev.u oddr. ad 9Slephoa numbh. ad w.Ira Nem. wi6.b wdhh~efd only A win.r mhw, -u cats., Thn diw.r r.erv.the right .o edI l lanr fo. spec. wnr myO .ubni.$ iongr .msys. coludwi. 041Sr t. b con,.dered bor u,01o guea columns Any wtr ,nnhesad -t. rmog 0 reglar~ column .s odked no cornodc Sh. .dier and o. pr.pod to show snmp$. of ha. wn&t L LIsTTERS POLIlCY -J Just another day in the house A little before noon tomorrow Goy. Reubin Askew w ill leave his office in the State Cari'ol in Tallahassee. Askew w ill talak uput flight of stairs.sand across the capitol building to the chambers of the Florida house and senate. ASKEW WILL TELL then, the state of the state. which accordIng to reports is pretty lousy at the moment. With this, the annual 60-day biuest-name-in-town for I allahassee will begin in earns. For tO days each spnng and w hatever special occasions it or the governor decide to meet, the 4O0-iember senate mnd the 120-member house consider those laws which it or someone else considers imiportatit. EVERYONE SHOULD GO to t'allahassee to see how the Florida Legislature achieves its decisions and enacts the laws. bor it provides a tar heifer lesson in the workings of goverinent than can be gleaned from books or lectures. t o prove this, let's iake a look at a typical day. nhe %UII rises over the hills in Tallahassee and bathes the capitol w ith early morn's beauty. Already people are at work inside. THE AGENDA FOR the morning. available in the calendar ofeither the house or the senate, calls for commitee meetings in the morning. As the session wears on and everyone sees how much .'ork is left, the meetings will start curlier and earlier. Committee meetings art conducted in rooms set aside tbr that purpose in either the capitol or the new senate and house office buildings. The senate has fetter members and the committee rooms tend to be on the outside hallways of the building, or in other words, have windows citing ,n the natural light. CHAIMS ARE LESS plush.'n the house side, meetings tend 10 he conducted in dark inside rooms with little light to allow mtembens to sleep it they want. After these meetings end, you learn just 'here the word lobbyist comes from because the lobbies and hallways are 'acked ith them, and you Iall over them. Anyone can become a lobbyist by filling out a little card ith the house clerk's office bor lobbying aniong house imicilers anrd the senate secretary's ollce for that body. AROUND II A.M. the gongs sound and the house and the senate go io seuiOn. The Independent Florida Alligator LdI Lteeka:" IA bony Kandtir Jam. V. CnIk. .Mrs. Ewelyn BESt. C. tmeyshpp Tcm M~acaw aby MeG. Jr. Oonne Lhbgo sAcy Hirer Lynd. Hcnier -n skMd.r Asnwe join the house around 2 p.m. the speaker otthe house 's on the rostrum 'itch an assistant clerk below him. As '.e enter the speaker leans over to ask the clerk 1t there are Liny more amendments in a tone of voice which 'ceem' to say. 'There damned well better not be. boy." THE CLERK SAYS, WYes sir. ameadmeit number QS 'ndl proceeds to read of! the amendment to the bill under DOGfli ST AFF WR ITINGS liwcussion. one etranting certain exemaptiuns to certain tvpcs at lishing heas based in Fernandina Bleach. I he clerk reads the amendment and the sponsor ot it 'cornds up. grabs his desk microphone, and speaks. Hise. here on the hloor members are sleeping. though they ire experienced in the political art of sleeping while lookmni awake. Other members uare reading the St. Petersburg Times lor the seventh time that day. while the others talk in smttll 1410 pi BUT AT THE END of the debate the speaker ilinounlcs. "And not on the question of the amendment. "with the rest drowned out by the miraculous change in the noise 'olume on the house fkoor. Members hewn a .tampede back to their seats with their right 'irm, extended toward the automatic voting inochitic receptacleun their desks. When the speaker Announces "Thc clerk will unlock the imachine,." they can either flip the switch fir "yes" ot' do&t tar "no." AFTER THIS IS DONE the speaker orders the machines locked and the clerk to read the results 'hich are beginning to appear on lhe hoard to the speaker's riutht. Ashen everyone goe, hack to their little groups. The speaker 'gain asks if there are any more amendments in the same 101W of toice. the pOir clerk replies. "Yes. sIr" and proceed' to read inicndme,,l number %6 Several hours later, the 'un sets. the legislature adjourns .md prepares itself tar another day. Ian Cwnlngham G or-mc.,u Jr Mimnem Kar N.,ilo M AaM.d.5Manage'r kM M.~ M q .mBSter D nrn JMyCello LayeStiitr by P C. hi. 12M06 Une'" a., &6fl, Cpln .~ 173 ee WOa# ewsg i Sb'Mwes hpaeesit AS4B Mnsnls psond Piuctis Et.el. IepSSE.s:36as J

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The Independent floddo AIkgeo, Monday Apdt 7 973. Pag. 9 Clinging to letha toys sures t way to demise I dhior Atly imuith ptrsonaii ttebaitr concerning whether or nLI I \huhI sILHD, L this letter. I deciidld 'o ti li t uinllit t d.,cs not stunm Irom .ins cr Il rctaliaiion since I kmm~ thit u crcetnt "I all gun OIA nets in this Country ire licicetul and Iaw iicing icill l Raithcir, ijquestIn the clficaev Pf such scrhbiI ''tres on is ior an sbhdyIs) hart. Nce erthele'., I mind ii xI remielv ditticult to retramn trom conmintm w on concept so total!' alien (I mlh nature .'' the one ,tlered up on gun Lontrol oer he Lick I hereot) n a letter to the ed tor On' M .ireh 1 I In this letter the correspondent 'A hose name as not prited) Lid VOCated 'crime cntril" I ather iih n gun control. I hi is in admirably shortsighted kmnd ci 'tatemlirt Admirable in that I only wish I could see these liMgsminsuch simple term' However. ihke to think that Inm not that simple-minded. CRIME. THROUGHOUT THE HISTORY of the species, has never been a controllable clement. It hus. in tact. jltays been patently uncontrollable. Although what dkoes and what does not constitute a "crime" is subject to LI number of interpretations tha'cd mostly on time and place). while "dcoth" remains tin .bsolute regardless of swhither the dead person is a "criminal" or one of this country's 99.9 percent "peaceful and law obidinC gun owners. Here is only one nay in which I can n-* ferpret the reference made to Mr. left limper' "recent w.ork" in which he says,. "they eun,) amplify the capabilities of both the good man Lond the bad, and to exactly the 'wine degree. "I, to flrst question what is iueant by the word "capabilities, 11hi ipptirently refers to the "capability to kill or maim. 'Ince I do not see how the ultimate purposecfa gun can be otherwise. (As simply 'I deterrent. wouldn't replica of the real thing do just a' well?) I'he correspondent goes on the quote further from Mr. Cooper who says. "The pistol is a defensive capon It's capability oer ,,fensivt action iK poor. as it! range I' short. its power is low and its techniques ditlicult. An intelliigent man does not attack jIbh .pistol" Comec now Certainly the range ED ITOR'S NOTE, Ibis tltarter Ihe Alligator will present Icr the linst time the editorial cartoons ot Pat rick C Iliphant .reogn cited is ISRhE FALL NATo Outstanding 1q72 by the iil.i PiStoLI irL.itqr ihIh ol .' knle, .ndw .hS IL ihmpu is N0 IaI ihat tdllEtuul I' AS I-OR THE "POWER"APECT-'ell. Ltlur Allwe ire I'd hunrtmgw tltphjnts .nrd a fil Is 'nIIIL nuuic ''eritil than .i slingshot or .i hi; Lnt Irr,% We are talkmng thbut Lsuln i tiCih ii lo b humni being grave or totil iiuit A ieuiii Ml lar I' the m1gM ecieni miltbh,(l casiI im isablect .ieomipish the I hr n stairnmeng I agree ith is that the mntelligent mLin does noli ttack ith .' pistol I lnid~ .itd 1hit I nilh intelligent nmin would recogni/c lhe kmd~ ol dleieneracI inherent in Ih uISe 'I Ii reairTms even lor 'irot ciion." br Here do we draw the line' Many limes the Lrimmilal "ill tell 'ou that he '.as only 'rotectng" hinieli when he belt the need to shool somebody. I in, one of those people 'who have a horror ol weapons of any 'on," but that does not necessarily make that category a vague" one ior me. I categorize "weapons." and rightly so. as it is defined in the dictionary: I. an instrument of etlrnsive or defensive combat. something to tight *ith," and as suth I abhor the very concept. I DO NOT, however, equate frwwdoin of the press with the freedom to bear anrms. The latter concept must certainly be outmoded. l et us not forre that the right to hear arms w as imked w ith the need for a civilian militia. In a lime when a ingle bomb could wipe ot an entire city. itt it a bit ludicrous to think there is a need for a militia? I cannot understand, nor do I think I'd care to try, the kind of mentality that feels the necessity to cling to its lethal toys almost as if they were surrngate security blankets. In reality, the gun and all weapons, are created with the express purposeoidetroying or impairng life. I defy anyone to tell me uditferentlv. Certainly they are not ornamental in nature, and they serve no other useful purpose of which I can conceive. Human nature. being what it is. needs no impetus to 'ring about its own demiise. lhktorah Rucci National Carilso tn the Pihtser Prize br tdiiorih artootis in I %46. His qT wcirks are syndicated io 300 other .ewspapersD cr th .nd Alligator', Bill Day us regular cartoomists on the cldio ruil p ge s [T HAS CRUELLY IUNIM 5%YsWH. I r K enn edy provided a ble an dynOVa Omi c lead er ship EDITORi I 'as shocked to read the uninformed and unlearned letter recently written by a naive nubile regarding Kennedy promises which fril short. Evidently. the writer fails to understand that one of the rnwsns the dream was not totally fulfilled *as the fall of the leader, himiseif. Inm sure this us difficult to explain to someone who renenmhers Nixon better than he or shec remembers Kennedy. Yes, the nation did elect a dynamic and brilliant leader. on. who stood up to the steel companies and the racist,, the Pentagon and the "ar-mongers. If to, John and Robert Kennedy amd Secretary McNainara, Cuba would have been bombed during the missile crisis and the U.S. held responsible bor the destruction ci the small island. but the adolescent thinker Ifailed to research this istie. AS FOR PARTICIPATING im air raid drills and kneeling under desks during the Cuban missile crisis. I would like to inform this short-sighted IITq ~ person ihat I, tot one. lais doing this very thing mn the 1950s during the mundane. a n al, unprom ising lisenhower sears whe, there was universal nuclear panic. If Kennedy's civil tights posture seemed moderate "hen in office, the writer neglects the fact that he faced Hostile congress iwhicht passed the Civil Rights Bill of 1%64 only after Kennedy's assassination and Lyndon Johnson pcI it cal ', application pressure. Need I also remind this writer, and others who may tinmk this way, that Kennedy not only isv. hope to the needy but food. otiered the south of this country an opportunity to do something constructive through. ror example, the Peace Corps rather than through nmere hollow commendation Kennedy took a stand in Rt'rlin and the Germon people w ill never forget him lor it. And Il Kennedy motivated the south ot this country to miarch mn the streets to end an unjust wAar abroad and injustice at honic, I applaud this inspiration. It was the candle light marches that brought in end to the war. noi kissinger sWho. by the iav. history now shows to hav LICIeen somie'.hat of Iuw k on V et Nan,. and it dMn'' unil blacks begai, burning their own homes and manifesting courage and pride in their blackness that white people listened. E V IDE NT LY T HE W RITE R DOESN'T REMEMBER when blacks had to sit in the back of the bus. hut I do! JFK was a niilionaire who dared to give the working min importance .nd renumeration. (To this day I 'till remember my father weeping before the television set, a lost look on his race.i Since Kennedy', murder, hard mets have come to light indicating that he stepped on mazny toes in the iaoverninent. I'hese recently released. little-known details of a possible conspiracy within our cnn government establishes that there were persons unknown who wanted him destroyed. Bi a dream, ahope shared by so many cannot be destroyed unless we allow it e thin ourselves. Indeed. Kennedy's killers were just is short-sighted as the writer oihis diatribe in thinking the man and the dream are the same, I. for one, hope in my lhfetime the truth will be tomipetently and honestly revealed as Ic the ircumstances surrounding the execution ut JFK Svonne V. Sapia 'AS Accidents can be prevented EDITOR: Bike paths and sidewalks have been built tar s0hI on many streets in Gainesville. Look for them;: us hem. t ratlic is ol ten very heaivs. a, you kno,. but adents can be prevented. Adelaide 'idle The Independent Florida Alligator Sh.l. Omper Enterlannn Editor Gary Salencfl MAcst in Editor Eric EIrin WI,. Editor Grwg Po,,.r spflrfloor Torn Shrvder OIipoPt ihere~i ~A ThY ALL MANKUNDI t r L -' e

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Pag. 2. Th. ndepndnFondo Amtgoor Monday Apri17 197s Grass roots oil shortages! may solve pollution B. SLSAN 0 Alligator S,.ff WiN W riter indl be [ I I', oer'm (It I1u a s \init halt In m n tina irict 'Cs I rented I~oberctter < OIl I~stonimplian rt(Iikc plLILIOn iriblemt intl help sgehe noildti shoritgs ill n the roots aL wri'' Nttentisi\ it I IN InStIlute II I-pod ai \erittulqural ',tetes IIl-AS) are er Ircess oI rtomerting nirogen frum the itm' hcre into usable kirt ib er turm IT IS ACCOMPLISHED by niectmnw I ramns I bacteria into root' it grass Alter Ibhts iniection. nitrogen is nat urally lormied in the root' indl can be used as lertiliter (i rrcntly, 'even barrels of oil ate required to produce one ton at artificial mtro1gen Icr. Accordmp to a report tot the National Academy of Sciences by George S. Hammotid. their Eorebgn Secretary. reducing the iced bor mineral fertiluer could mean a tremendous reductIon ifl oil consumptin And energy cr1., pollution problems and food shortages. R. e3ch.1. WEST, assistant e aed o agriculturalists could save 180 million on Iertihizer in ose year tbr grasses in Florida alone. if biologically produced nitrogen replaces the artificially produced mineral. Enmphasis in ressesreb on bacteria-treated grass began in florida last year by Johanna Deobereiner. director of a BrazilIan research program workiing incoordinatia, with IFAS isloncre{I the Iiighc't miilt)en lttin raite Itb I it ns'al ii. I t r ILCKL I ut%'dl.I Lras, i5 plentittl in i ora tin topical ireasi% thlt "trid It can It. used to Ierlibde lIesinck pastuircS indl rotated in ari, trp% L uch as rice. corn. 'LrtcW iiid suwgr LJTnC. BeforI bcteri treated I ranssal ii iimerc' Ia ,ctl I FA S restarchers muLIM itnta iri mch araca erisdicssuch .ts its igrowt Ih increase inder iiferen: conditions. irnd the imptt nil rcwento the soal icr ute by other plant. "I he plant IixatIon 11 nitrogen dIscovery IS an important breakthrough. but only a scratch in the surlace of research that ,.ilI tollo ." said Di West. THERE ARE 3.000 other grass genotypes Shich are potential nitrogen lertalizer producers. p AS is sexkn an nternationallv-fund d and presently needs S4O.0O0 to continue research on the Transyala grass. Election session set Student Election Commissioner Grej FEnholnm will be answerinA questions about the new cicetion laws today from 11:15 a.m. -I p.m. and 4p.m. -p.m. room Jl6 of th J. Wayne Rteltz Union. Candidates and interested students atay offend. Enhoim requested that his fellow coqmisloners also attend. GATOR LOA Present CARNIGF The Biggest Mid Featuring The George I TONIGHT THI ROTC DRII OPEl Daily F FUND LAS '75. way Ever!* Hanneford Circus RU 4-1I2 1LFIELD1 ns12 Noon* 5 pm Weekei * A -a. p 1 PETACULAR All proceeds go to student loans and scholarships

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The Independent Acrid. AMi rMasdey, 7. I97s, he.e I Epoch Producing Corp Prewfnts &4( C I INDIAN DANCE PERFORMANCE Sponsored by the J. Woyn. Rli Union, Asian studi. Department, Public Functions ond th. Arts and sciences Student Council An Indian donce performance featuring three traditional c ultu ral dances wdl b e presented in the J Wayne Redz Union Ballroom at 8 150p m on Ani Anjol, theperfrmer ill e givng h ri pr formance in the Southeastern United States. Ad mission is free, however those offending the Indian dinner will get reserved seating NDlAN DINNER 'N D.W GRiFmT'S IMOR TAL CLASSIC AJans Fihs ideasu MON. APRIL 7 is.'s Mum MUAUDIRIUM wit /A In coordination with the dance performance, the J. Wayne Reitz Union wall sponsor a dinner of Indian cuisine. The dinner will precede th, performance and will give people on~ opportunity to become acquainted with food and music of In~dio. teserved sets for the dance performance will mod, available to those attending the dinner. be Beginning April 7, tickets welI be on sale at the University Box Off ice (Constoos Theotre) from 12:00 1to 4:r0 p.m., Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be available at the door. Phone 392-1653 for riservotlons. Tickets are $4.00 students.for U PATHER PANCHALI of F student. $5.5O for nonCREATIVE COOKERY WORKSHOP Feolunng Iih. pmrolton of Chicken Piuota a Bagdodienne (Persian chicken ond rice dash) by vilet Boa,tI Wednesday April 9, 7:3 .m. This is the firse part of Satyajit Ray's chronicle of a Bengali family and the boy Apis. The tory deals mainly with Apu's father and his struggle to support his family in their ancestral village. The performanCes from the largely non-professional, cast are outstanding. Especially notable is the acting of Chunibala Devi as the aging aunt. In Bengali with English sub-titles. W ED., APRIL 9-7:0; 2%FLOOR AUD. 391T UNION A*AlDOROOM WIOCHION sPECIAL SOUP AND SAAD SAD $1.50 Homemade soup Make Your Own Freash GOvw salad Choice of DIeSuIngS Condiments PFdiShliced Bead Coffee or tea Served Mmday hrmugh Friday 11I:20a.m. to 1:30 p.m. FREn ,o hold o, frroll.,nt is limted. buoy ond make 'ry"ho". "*"0. PRIME RIB DINNER SPECIAL Tedoy, Ai B 4:50 90 :00 p.m. Roost Prim.Nibs ofBeef Beked Potat Tosed salad Rail and Bo"te Sm"ll Beverage $2.25 plus tax Na Exrao Charg, for Meal Sporso'.d byte J Wayne ,,,,, Umnion d S,,om.,,,k S8 NON CREDIT COURSES R.9,irot'on I or oil workcthop. ond Iesson5 wiii talk. ploc. in Room, 330 from 900onm to 400pnm .MorchJ hrough Apl 11. Student, faculty ond stoff mcmb,.,, ond the,, spouses wall hove priority for esson enrollm,.,nIronMarch 31 Ibrough pn1 4. Qnly ofi'r's'me''"' l 'e'es'rohonbe open tooth.,rpesons Due to prnc. and registration difI.renhls, 't will be n.ubsoy thtio *ch person come to register with appropriate ,dentflcolion. Enrolinment for andividuol class. is limited and. Iherofore, on o frst come first-served basis Persons moy only register for Because-r.g.sroton for oIl-workshops-nd lessons is imted. we nmus* consider your decision to enroll final by 400 pm the working day preceding ihe first icheduled clos,. Refunds wilt .nly S. nmnde underr eas ~rumstonr.R T.,v,. Lb" S2flMNor sdr, AsnQay I Th~,n A~q'I I~ Moy fl I ~ INSThtjC Y~ n.i.h. Jo Muiieo SIC ~ S'ud.r is -at--,., W.4 ApnI *AAey 2* ~ S~ ~p N. #4IRLJCfl Oav'4 Cochiun. SIC~lud.M. SI M~ Stu$.nft 'Ax-., I* -1-f'"l Mon Aeuoi 4 21 2 Ms N" Ide Wed--li -m vaaa -m'i*0 5-i. Si eMan Sd.n. -'mm coIm.eay ~witccm-T U. Ars ii. My2 .Sgpu-t, 0,& o 1 uin $10 s. i iii eNo Students 51 Iftdc1nw I owi d0 p 6ls10,udn SISm 4.n 5t4.ns h~sil SCh01c $Iaigudr51$ -Noen S'ud.' CtE "fl WA -T@dnis C'". USa Non.Stdn Tea Si TSe tt0caudni YOGAn-edns ** * C C *tl~Iflfl~3 WINE APflk I A ~ d ki p N% [I~iK T(~ Rob flv,,~etn, 8 *%~' I. A4' I LX.i(M 4 NUGKcOc Mon 4ri -ut' $200 std.n. 176 r Non $IuAent irini.1j~a, $7"-flu5-' Mcc My -ne IfS.9 pm iNSitUCflm Vprgn. Slain $7 0 Iunsn MooAp' 4Sn. Lindefl iwjELy COIsUCON en aeqmed.t, Z 9 n INSt U~t 12sa No Set~ 7" *"* ||"* 'simu Tn C C C * C 5* C * * C 'en C I I"19I-sh.o 5-00 GMon Sri id-Me .M OSn i. Jun4.1 $02 Idan oMwfeyl o~, tena sun-(1W ,. O,* c'.,l ,"-, mutt".1 i""yf NEW STUDENTSI the Eeltz nb~n hum the following soric.s SAccess to FREE typewriter FiEE Notary Public service 2, Access to a calculator :A check -cashing service e AND LOTS MORE! S.

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Ackers l H' MARK JOHNSON \l~gator Sports Writer wi' ill riwht Sti Rollins ( iige arec 1' the chaminshij ii e s mu llewutte Ill'ms i iinouini iI \v('l~iesday I hUtdal .iti i iHIi\ at the Varuitu ci flns CIIrtS LeS i true that the (lars tould miiiaec nhsnilctorv in -ridhay s linals cnimpction mnt had to 'cult hor third iluce nith 21 PoItS bchimld Miami, 25'2 undl Hihny' 12 BUT BoY, w os that lotw LIudon' a tie Iwds Ackatr. the (jators' oP seed. ipse kaIlmi Raymei kon, the number (tiC I8 Mear old mtinder player mt the nalin. hs a 6 -4 miirwfl or the "A" (lmvion snglcs title ALker. who tia' seeded hiuh gmlna mIto Thu tiurninment. had itpset bour h-seeled ina a Wert ot Rollins and seond-seededi Sue I psttei it M 'ami on l'hursdav to set up yer than 1111 [h I Ill IS l iii b ta k r -'t '"k II" Ih~t Ujlli% C makrke in~i whe ni~hfil ni \et I. i.a hteur Alter 'he finals lIl A hibetlit ttihc ie r th at mou i tiandlm i ati soindh thrashed In the ,'Iucrnooin il ls l1'el ltikI a I una Wr1 f RliIlim 6 2eki-4d lRillimi tlailiedtc mdrli itiit h 1 'amei no. 1 Fox iciIsl' \nI'n' hv.ILciltok h n th ( ilin~iunoIiltocIne lheshl~i cri Klt wkh stred set .mother cit'n I he C. Ittrs 'vie wret match elimimated nrlm Lsfiienlltil on Ihllarsdah w hen ahcs surPriimiL lI Acker to prOudel her three wetci cers 'leased iuth the Iotltnamett tis cir, nd ol ctursto "cre delighted ii itdV isn." Iicoach Sue Whaddon titti We jolt I hat Eli the panticpant% played A i. a ll s iS [ i a little t o stron g tort o photo by andy nvtmofl PITCHING HAS FULLER IN SILENT DISMAY .Gator staff foilld to hold leads Gator moui pound UF t B. MARK JOHNSON AllIgator Spoils Writ. I weryone knows that elephants never forget. but sonic Hialldlogs -the Gtnrgia variety. ut least -seem to have gao4d imenmories .is wtell. l ake Aurry Inrleton, (or example. INDEED. THE UF baseball team wished they had token I ittletn after lie led the Gcorgio Bulldogs to consecutive fl-6 'uctorue. Friday and Saturday afternoon over the Gjators at hens' loley Field. I he Gatom.s, hose current tour-gamle losing streak has 1t-opped the leamn, record to 1212 overall sand 2-4 in the Southeastern Conference, wall start treshman lefty Eric Hiller iMginst Jacksonvile uaesday an a 31:30 p.m. Perry Field Uennis team curbs B. KEITH CANNON Allis. eSpatis Write. [he II t|f horhve not yet *OU the SEC tennis wans. but lhey .i.,k a major batile find a ekow one -Friday. (nach Hill Pugtef' team 'tn hair oflh acSIX singles htmaes aad stun-ived 'a little (llilles Iitablec to defeat dletetidmn SEC champion Georga -i at tUai'ersitv ('ots. I he match was played helote the large,, UK tentnis crowd ol the 'car, and fats who Liltldift get in stood Mkong the cornback fenc "IT WAS AGUJOD i I j 2rCa t a n. staid Potter hnaagh a wide tkctorsmile. mat lUst omr IS minute, foe that smilk had been at ~pcsion of conteeri.thngia had to sweep the thdx(Otblts Mulches SO W-il,. ai when cgch fnth went to itdijn, thid uet. then Acr a fnw 4Saj'f facp and (hird.,t Smith tqal~ 'Crs ice fla ugainst I 'S Juam Din adDaepre.,5talake .! head in ah1third set of the No I match. I he Bulldcw Iuo wtent on to win the set and match. 7-6. 1-6. u-3. I ha! woat d lave made miiat ers. eten clower except lor the match iai Np. 3. urs JIM OESCIIER .and John Kuannen splat tiebreaker .tin,% a the lirs? two set' of 'heir match a ih Georgia' Joe Gdts .a gd I am Dcl ante' I he LI I*luo lost 'a chutnte to end a he tinson Iamd a he match) earlier 'I hen 'lhtv lost I -.4 lead .tmd dropped the khereaker. Bitt the. uson handle, an the third 'cc (or a ~. -7. '-3tors hudchalto aced ahe ma te-h (or the Ga tor' alunost waur *tmd.a-lhiM hours ufier a, had hegun ii Kintei said he a.d hi partner did?, n't i edttd Lait,, that their wit .ad trapped tap the match Whe geeN'itire ghat the othe aaus had been .1inM. We iuu Lan bhaa we had wttn r mauteh. I I .( hap Brout i and Richgnd Healtatk a kir in their secon an itches togeheras the No. i Iouabk team an comp~plet the das \ueatLmit Nseu /calatnl "ho recently became eligible 'or plav. returned a solt Ibrehand nut iol reach on the last point ol the tiebreaker in the (bird 'et Ior a '-5. 6. 7-6 victory iagamng Dauvid Dick and Brent liiighiet. THERE WERE THREE lost ratcheT' and three nosi-i.ltoe 'ties ii %tnglei. Ihe I ha,Out No. r battle w't as I'o .advertt-ed. Manny a n a or the Bl ldogs. 7.5. ,4 but Juan ,layed him even creept Ior 'a I hree-gamic stretch earlv in the second %Ct. ( omim~n consiientit servec apljcemenl t ith accurate lie nie'. Manni probed to hanc twb much axm'ter and ranwe br I Isenior jcc. in clhe No match. :he *ir Prenhi subdued Illdov leta l,,auder Gordon maiih im a t" '-hour struggle. -s I-b. -. -I il H ro t, defeated another lormiic hugh-ranked I lorida hutmrs plziser. Gieorgia'iN (alib t& ,-'. 1-2. Brown iiuot .i 'ert i eCk ta t finaI Litm ot lie first 'ce lot the iim in he sictoid 'c he Iits I 4 Iead am gwmls als .i ed im the r time-point tiebreaker. He twon the ahird set with twi, breaks. Lw on t wo ol the remaining three matches in straight sets. K unnen defeated Dick 6-3. 6-3 am the No .1 match, while Ocscher ran his personal record to 19U w ith a 6-I. 6-2 romp of Utek. Dinz in No. a singles. an he No. S match. (aorgia -' Delaney defeated 2ndh Stall, 6-2. 4,2. t he victory w as the (jiuors 13th straight and boosted thear record to IS-I, S-O ii the SEC. Georgia is in 9-4: the losswatii'their list in the SEC. JOHN KUNNN key doubles win id, Lttleton wAce 8-6 Oncea prspec ofthe LIbaseball (ean,. Luttleton ended tip m a Gcorganu inatorm. and he's been reminding the Gators if that laed all 'cawon long. 'his weekend. he nent 3-for-S n th home~ run .ind (our 1181%. and has gone 10 tbr 16 in lour encounters = ath the Gators thi% Season. ON FRIDAY, the junior center fielder tripled home the two 'tinning run' in the liith inning, then saved the gamie an the eighth w ith leaping catch thich robbed John Cortese of a awn-run homer. littleton. however, could not ta m the game by himself, se he sit sonme. help Irat the Gator pitching statE. Starter John (happell held Georga hitless through the first three innings. it 'to' killed in the fourth and fifth by the pitcher's worst enem' -the lbae on balls. I no walks. two singles. and a sacrice fly accounted lor ito Baulldog ruins, and Bruce hirman's two-runi double and lDavid 'Snell's RBI single jidded three more as Georga took a S'''led anthe fourth inat'-ig THE GATORS STORMED back in the 1ifth v ith five run'. highlighted by Roger Holt's two-run single and David lItonden's awn-run homer to right field a' UF regained the lead. b-S. Bitt an the bottom ci the inning. Chappeil walked the iirst agohbatters to set tapLittleton'sgames.inning triple. I he base on halls proved dleaisive once again in Saturday's uannie. with the GWtorn taking advantage ci tour tirt-inning aksa a riple, and ~a single to build a4-0 lead. AFTER GEORGIA GOT on the hoard wath a run in the second inning, the Caters banked on R181 bits by lerry Jones amd David HRassell am the third to build a commanding 6-1 lead. Bait it tl t, out' in the BualldoM iourtb. Georgia rallied for ae. run' on three singles and a ground-rule double to make the score li-I. Afler l ittleten hit a solo ceit field home run in the fift. the hailldogs pitted together' n alk and tNo singles with two outs in the sixth to narrow the Gjaw, lead to b-5 and drive starting pitcher .raig Pippin out of the box. FRESHMAN MIKE McCarthy came an and stalked the firs: halter he Iaaed to load the base. Then Littleton struck mnce figoin with an 11B1 single to tic the game. and shortstop Hiahbu Wilson lollowed n ith a ground-rule dotible to drivel.n the tn. 'tanning tallies. I-iit.@I IridIav' runs and tNo of Satuirday's reached base 'a it ailks a. Gkntr pitchers allowed 14 beset cit bails for the 'erie. 'I he stotY ha' sielded at amazing 34 walks in the last meu, ball gaiti. along. "We 'takcd our pitcher. to good leads both dayn, and both dots we let abe lead gnt noa free iC s heed Coach Dove I-taller sighed."'We staved in both bill Names and-came back. tot that's baseball, ise just didn't nt the lIow. "Our hull cluib has certainly done nile they pliamo h riei. We conic through with six runs each day bd that'" 'uppIOsed to be enough." he said. 'Airfl no itay Georgia sn supposed in sw an etthcr one of those ball games, hut the pit shingtrttllapset.ats all there ittoat." a. UF'S JUDY ACKER "bostwin -ever' The Independent /( C f~ Florida Alligator / OK I I Monday, Apll 7, 1*5 Pag. I7 ~rI

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, Pug. IS, Th. Independen* Flovdo AltIgosor Mondoy, ApdI 9 U.S. B. CHRIS GiARRITY Alligator Sports WrIter AC KSONVII [ f-I I Srestltng cach (a correct hen he %Jid t hc U S wrvsth Ii" ldm had .i good chance ol splii ng their match lb sthe pow ertu i wrestlers I hcs d Ihe rem,,ifllfg mine ONLY MEL rssistinmt cio.ch at LI)uldt dent the I reeg' lers who r'c k ihrve ,ms l-ridas mih Grab a beer [S5 ilLtL h ept the ecn Iro. 1St U Sos met edi iip It .1 he 'borscht' I Kkson' lie ( ItNCiim \rni Utnlr) radIuite ol I inlesst~ ot Watshington. di in t-ne s Ic is he clejejtedl World ( hanmpioi \iktor Not hiko' mi I he 184)5 'oiunrd lout Hetore Ren Iro's march, the Hussans had breied hroiigh the fIrst su mxtcei turn on thec the grand ole game Alter sixweeksn the sunny chines 01 Florida and Arizona. the major league nmanagern have fibmlly decided who'son first and what's on second. Ihe 'wim suits and sunglasses are being packed iway until next March. it's lime now to get down to business, Yes, the gr*nd old ganme of baseball is moving north to *)pen it\ 107th season on April 7, and everyone and his genie is deciding who will be drinking chainpd'ne this October and w ho will not. A T LEAST' A DOZEN teams -maybe more 13Mgire to contend for top honorsthi lour that year, but there are deserve special at tent ion: 'he Baltimore Orioles. New York Yanknes. los Angeles Dodgers. and Cincinnati Reds. Oakland would normally be listed among anybody's list of top contenders. but the loss of Jim "Cattish' Hunter means that the A's once solid pitching staff could have serious probleni. lot the tinst time in years. Fhte unofficial team nmotto jells the story: "Can the A's Survive in '75? T H E BA LT I MO RE ORIOLES think not. It wasn't long ano that the Orioles. led by notch pitchers IN THE I 4 5 eiight cl.s, (110i HOt' IROberVI Ioindi the coiiw iotih ,is his 5*set I Itgrapplers in ,h, U S. ceam, and lib tw 0 teammilate' tIi{ List sihout is nell. Frcshm.i Ibn, Lubell, ho T.V.a s back So me and topsome fence-busters named Frank Robinssn and "Bow" Powell. "etc on top ofthe heap in the American League. winning IhIngs have changed. though. Slugger Lee May and line drivehbiller Ken Singleton jut coming to Baltimore vis trade, and if Jim Palmer bounces hack from last year's MAR JO'SO OPINION' three straight pennants between 19%9 and '71. Tbe pitching has remained the best im the league. but the hitters shrunk during the past three years from giants with bats of steel to munelkins with toothpicks. tlhsappointing 7-12 season. the Orioles can think pennant OflcC again. MEANWHILE IN NEW YOU, a meumrction of sorts has taken place. No, Mickey (See 'Mla/or.' page 19i for Russian pa ced seco nfl m he S Ft ,Iirnlbment this 'ear. toiind himseli on hn% hick lor most ii che mijich losing 18-C lo XWorld Champaon N asr a Nasriglaet THE LAST memberr "I the I S. suuad L' Cs ator heas 'Aeight Mark rotten who lasted itmuil 1:13 of the 'tecond period hetbre getting Rtoheris said wrestling the Russians was like ',restlinM "restled them, again, I could ma~ke the score closer." said the 1974 SEC Champion. Lubell saidhe 'as "scared to death" before wrestling the Russians"1 wrestled the Russians when Iwas a stior in high school and got beat 22-j." said the New Youtser. "I thought I was going to get pinned, and at one point in the match tho.,ght a, wn pet my arms twisted off." TOTIEN SAID he was amazedd" at the stength of his foe. "II winr it S bit dIlIseence." he said talking about his iyier old opposint. Along with the Gator trio GARY SCHNBDE .as the Kentucky trio. And like the Gator threesome they ,ll lost. Kentucky coach fletcher Carrlon i thelast 33seconds of his match when Pet, Surlkoy lifted the I9 pounder off th. mat for takedown and a 5-4 victory. C A RED'S L IT TL E hrothe, Joc. who Isn't so hitle at 1t3. Iough~t hard but lost 42. Schneidey. who was pleased with the experience the meel gave his 'ratlers summed ii tip. 'We wrestled the best ir IFh. wcwld tonight.Thcy wer lust j-at."* r t&1 fjr o&tGvb a 5th Ave. at the comer of 12th St. SUICIDE AND trn|sis INTERVENTION SERVICE 374144 '~#1

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Notice of Rates Revisions to Subscribers of 0 S n The Gainesville Alachua Countg y Communitg Antenna Television Revised Franchise Agreement A pril I 1. Five dollars ($5.0) per month for the 2. one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per each additional outlet to each subscriber, 3. FIfty cenfs ($.50) per month for local when such service commences. ,I'975 first cable month for origination 'b. Connection fees. Connection fees shall approximately equal the cost to the Company for the installation of cable, connectors and outlets; provided, in no event shall the Cornpony's connection fee far a standard installation exceed the following: 1. Where the service drop is already in place at the subsciber location a one-time charge for: (i) The first outlet connection of ten dollars ($10. (ii) Each additional outlet connected when the outlet is connected of five dollars ($5.00). (iii) Each outlet disconnected at the customer's rec of five dollars ($5.00). (iv) Each re-connection after a disconnection failure to pay the Company of five dollars ($5.00). (v) Relocation of service of seven dollars and cents ($7.50). first luest for fifty 2. Where the service drop is not in place at the subscriber location a one-time charge for the first outlet connection of fifteen dollars ($15.00). 3. For each additional outlet connected not otherwise covered by this section a one-time charge of seven dollars and fifty cents ($7.50). c. Deposits from Customers. A deposit may be collected by the Company from its customers to secrue the payment of the monthly fern hereinbefore specified, but such deposit shall not exceed the total of two month's service charge. d. Any deviation from the above rates and charges must have the express approval of the RUB. e. The RtA hb the right to approve any other charges made by the Company. ke IN. as lt OalnenvlIc Publik Llbrut md nt U U CA TV CITY TELEVISION ECOI PANY, INC 522 Nrth Main Street, GaInesvIlle Florida Th. indep00deot rlordo AlIgo, Mondoy Aprl 7, 1975, P.g ly M oiors 'fro I'u2' 8 I\tlnrtc Lin Whitcs I-ord hase n, ot t~Omlt back to lead the Umikces to their tenrillionth W ord (humIeon ship. ltt tn tell anyone in Shea k;did mther won' lhcliese sou. Bohh. Honds tend J im, I imier haie arrived, and lort I the livrs ime qince 1%4 the i ankecs ma' ha. C a WeriOtis shot .et 'nnnI the World Series. I he Yanks tire not .n ithout 'roblemis. lho.ever. the biggs .me being the truesreonaeble status of all-star catcher I htrmatn Munwon. A "inter of handball has left Muinson with a 'ore right lIhro.igl hand, and considering his ,rmi problems or test season a"d the kick of a tgood backup catcher -.elI,. nmher ten million could be tougher than lot or Yankee tans think. In the National Lcague West. Cincinnati and Los Angeles are tuningI up for their tmnnual tag of 'tar.,Awith the winner standing an exLellent chance of making the Mo'I ScrIr% THE DODGERS ARE 'I rong in eseCr, poni C ~ut ih .m1 CeLclIlit beitch tio hoot. 'iui their hopes tor thns 'ca'on ,in'n rest on ihe arm of Iefthunder I otni john. 13-3 Itast Juls ,'hen an iured elbow sidelined I im for the eimamider of the %Cason. If lohn so inje returning. Welter AIston .ill have to dig into his bui lpet, to find a Iteurih 'taoner behind the capable threesome iii Ands Mcssenmith. Don Sutton, .md Dot, Rate. Cincinnati v ill learire tour gold gIove winners en ets starginR lineup this 'ear,.ut the Reds biggest problem is still a defensive one. Dan lDriessen.,.lho gave Sparky ^"derson""ightniarn 'ith his erratic play at third bane last 'eason. .ill not return to the hot corner this season, leaving Sacanci .hich could mttur en otherwise brilliant infield. I he Reds feature a 'olid nucleus or .2810 bIttern. excellent 'peed, and better-. ihan-average pitching 'taff which could be bolstered it n Nolte n m1.1 kc .i tic tel cuieo'e, imhis I 72 'rmt ,roblctms. IN THE NL. EAsT, the Pittsburgh l',rates ,.ill b~e I tem'pt ing to .w in their fifth diisional risken m ears with, excellent power, no 'peed, and lout pitchers coming off ttrm' operat 'is. Mean, hilt. lhe Phillies w ill be leattirig an cxcellcnt starring rotation ol Steve (jrlton. Jim Ilonhorg. Waeyne I.itchell. and Dick fttthven. somic pnrty good 'peed, and decent bower w ith Greg I terinski and Mike Schniidt. I he hits could 'liii use a cenler.-Iieldcr and 'nine bullpen help, behind ne,.lytectuired I tg MiCra. but the tcum has the best infield in he league to g'ith the bes divison. I he pick here is In Angeles over Phuiladelphia and Baltimore over Oakland mn the playofs. tith the Dodgers .inning their lirnt World Chamionship since 9%5.

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Peg. IS Th. ndpenden*Nld Allgor Mndo Api V Bs CHRISG(ARRI Aligaator Sport. Wr wresle r s [TY rier JA( KSONVLtI F -I ISrestling teach r Schneider 'as iiartialls &iorrecl '.hen he said the U S SrcsthnM team had a 'good chance ol sphitting their ,iatch iuth the p'owertuI I hes did I hr I S while the Rugssiin. s'cpt she ONLY M1Et Reuro. .i i n t wCh it I S U 0111(d dent the Sm cit lrcceIt lcrs who racked up lhrce pins F-ridan iight sit ihe Gra b a beer 'bor scht' I icksoinullt ( olisciimi \ad ktienro gr.iuitc t i meisit' ii Wishington dd it in line s Icl is he Ieleated World ( hampion V ktor Ni1othiko' in ihe I 8()5Helore Ucn r ms mi ch. lie Rusins had breezed through the lirst si' matlches. turn on thE the grand ole game Alter ix weeksminthe sunny climes of Florida and Arizona, the mulor league mianagern have finally decided wh'on first and ,.hat's on second. The stwim .uits and sunglasses are benMs packed nway until next March. it's time now to get dotwn to husiniess,. Yes. the Mrand old Maine of baseball is moving north to open it's 107th season oil April 7. and everyone and his genie is deciding who 'i be drinking champagne this October and who will not. AT LEAST A DOZEN team' -maybe more ligure to contend for top honor, this Pour that ear. but there are deserve special attention, the Baltimore Orioles. New York Yankees. l~os Angeles Dodgers. and Cincinnati Reds. Oakland would normally be listed among anybody's list of top contenders, but the loss ot Jim "Cattish" Hunter means that the A's once solid pitching staff could have serious problems lbr the first time in years. ithe unofficial team miotto Ide the story: "Can the A's Survive in '75? T HE BAL T IMO RE ORIOLES think not. It flsII't long ago that the Oriole. led by notch pitchers includm. pim it I 05 5 IN THE 1145 wecwhr iLim Rto ob Robert' loiind the going lokigh .is his Smuet opponent pited upa "inw, Ri berts na one If three I F grapplers on thct S1.5 ceimn. sind his two teammivte' did Its tout is welI I-reshmi.im lhn Lubell. ulh., T. s back somec topand some lence-busters named Frank Robinson and "hoog" Poiwell. were on top of the heap in the American League. iamnnng Things have changed. though. Slugger LeMay and line drive hitter Ken Singleton are coming to Baltimore via trade. and it Jim Palmer bounces back from last year's MAR JONSO OPINION three straight pennants between 1%69 and '71. The pitching has renjained the best in the league. but the hitters shrunk during the past three years Ironm rants with bats of steel to munchkins ith toothpicks. ,lisppintiig 7-12 season,. the Orioles can think pennant once again. MEANWHILE IN NEW YORK, a meurreclion of sorts has taken place. No. Mickey (See 'Majors.' pare 19) for Rus sians placed sein m he Si-C t'n'rnaiment this 'ear ofound himl Iii iL ak ci1 most WVorld Ch aimpin N zsru' a THE LAST ,,embIer of the I S. sqjutd as Gator Iheaiiiieighi Mark rotten "ho Listed imitil 1.13 ci the 'econd period before getting = =u~tin a radle hold and Roberts soid wrestling the Ruissumn i*as like wrestlingg wrestled them aigain. I could make lhe score cdosr. said the 1974 SEC Cbampion. Lubell said he 'as "scared to death" before .&restling the Russians. "I wrestled the Russians 'hIn I was a senior in high school and wot beat 22-I." said the Ne'. Yorker. "I thought I '.s ina to get p~inned. and at one point in the match thn.ght I was gOnna get my arms twisted off.". TOTI'EN SAID he twas "amazed" at the strength of he. foe. "II years is a big dilfirnnce." he said talking about hIs 30-year old oppoen,. Alosig with the Glater trio GARY SCHNSWE I 'as the Kentucky trio. And like the Gater threesome they a.ll lost. Kentucky coach Fletcher Cur, lost In theta 33 seconds of his match when Petr Suricy lifted the 198 pounder off the tnt for a takedowit and a 5-4 victory. C A RED'S LI1T T LE brothevloc.*ho lss't so little at 163. fought hard but lost 42. Schneider.who was pleased with the expalencc the meet gave his wrestlmr summed it up. "We wrestled the best in the world tonight.They were wist great." r $1 5th Ave. atihe corner of 12th St. SUICIDE AND CRISIS INTERVENTION SERVICE 378-4444 (-C, I

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4 Notice of Rates Revisions t Sbcibers of U n t0l Tetlein The Oainesuille Alachua County Community Antenna Television Revised Franchise Aqreement April 1,1975 a. MO~L RRE 1. FIve dollars ($5.0) per month for the first cable outlet to eac subscribr, 2. One dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per month for each additional outlet to each subscriber, 3. FIfty cents ($.50) per month for local origination when such service commences. b. Connection fees. Connection fees shall appo imael equal the cost to the Company for the installation of cable, connectors and outlets; provided, in no event shall the Company's connection fee for a standard installation exceed the following: 1. Where the service drop is already in place at the subsciber location a one-time charge far: (i) The first outlet connection of ten dolars ($10.00), (ii) Each additional outlet connected when the first outlet is connected of five dollars ($5.00). (iii) Each outlet disconnected at the customer's request of five dollars ($5.00). (iv) Each re-connection after a disconnection for failure to pay the Company of five dollars ($5.00). (v) Relocation of service of seven dollars and fifty cents ($7.50). 2. Where the service drop is not in place at the subscriber location a one-time charge for the first outlet connection of fifteen dollars ($15.00). 3. For each additional outlet connected not otherwise covered by this section a one-time charge of seven dollars and fifty cents ($7.50). C. Deposits from Customers. A deposit may be collected by the Company from its customers to secrue the payment of the monthly fees hereinbefore specified, but such deposit shall not exceed the total of two month's service charge. d. Any deviation from the above rates and charges must have the exprins approval of the RUB. 0. The AtE has the right to approve any other charges made by the Company. kn ite a, eke GaInnuellie Publir Llbrit igd ii iU C SITY CITY TELEVISION E CO PANY, INC 522 Nordh Main Streel. OalnesvIlle Florida Th. indepenident Flod4. Algetor Monday. Ar17, 197j Peg. I' Majors 'Frvtpg I~~ (A) V ir .intl Whites -ord haiec nOs ogmt back to lead she amkee s o their senrsllhonth W od Chum plonsh p. but di,,s tll insone im Shea stadium -thes sson'r eliese 'cii. Hohbk Bonds and Jim ilui nler ha' e arrived, and lor the lirst tinme since I %t4 the inkees mias have a 'eriois 'hot at winniing the World Series I he Yainks are not i ilhcut problems. hosweser. she hiiggess one being she 'ILaestaonable Mtains of all -star catcher I hurmaun Munson. A "inter ot hoodboll hass c~t Murnson tuith a sore right (ibrostmg) hand, and con'idering has armi problems of l"s' 'ca'o" and the 13ek ol a good backup catcher -weII, number ten ,illion could be lougher than alot of Yankee tans think. In the National League West. Cincinnati and Los Anigeles ore tuning up for their annual lug ofwar. swith he .uiner 'tandins an extellent chance of making the 'I Id Series TH E DODGERS A RE sIr()Iw m crcirs position. ith im C teL centi bench tb boot hut their hopos hor s hi %tason imas rest on the urnm ot lethainder I omms John. l3-A Ilgst .ulsb hen on injured ilbo" sidelined him, bor the remnamder of the 'eason. lIf John ik slcs. i returning. Walter Alston iiill have so dug io his bullpen so mid a bunkh st-ner behind she capable shreesomne ci Ands Messersrnith. Don %utton,. and IDoig Rta. Cincimnati wIll leatusre tour vold dlove *"nnens in Is partingg lineup this 'ear. but the Rcds higgesj problem is 'till defensive one. Dan [)riessen. who gave Sparky A"derso""nightniarns "jib his erratic play it third l'ue last season. swiil not meumn to the hot corner this season. Ieovinu s acancs hich could mar an otherwise brilliant inild. I he Reds feature a olid nucleus of .2810 hIttern. cx.ellens speed. usnd a better.than-average pitching st.ff which could he bolstered if tAnhul weo'et trom, his I972 .Irm~ gproblemi'. IN THE NL. EAST. she Pittsburgh Pirate. w ill he attempting to ., n 'heir fifth thin al lisle in sis 'carn i th excellent plowtr. no qpeed. and tour pitchers Abfmmfl olh arm osperations. Meanwh ile. the Philjies .ilI he featuring an esceIlens 'ratting ro'tsi-oof Sieve 'ailon. Jimu lotiborg. Wayne In.utchell. and Dick Ruthven. sonic prctt, good 'peed. and dlecnt po.er uth Greg l~uiinski and Mike Schmidt I he Phils could Mtil Use a center.-fielder and some bullpen help behind newlyacquired lug McGraw. but she learn has the Ibest infield in the Icagtie so go ,.ith the best 'flirting pitchers In the dIiiiOfl. I he pick lhere ,s a Angeles "'er Philadelphia .nd Baltimore over Oakland in the ptayotl. 'aith, the [)odgei, inningg their linst Woild Chanmpionship 'ince 1%65. 94 I a.

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Pug. 20 The Intdep.dent florid. Alligator Monday. A~riI 197s Regents to study hiring B. DEBBIE IBEHTI Allgator StalffWriter, A\ *tw ritle hIrL omnversil' presidents ond he Lhmnce~lur e he Slate I in'ersits 5Sstcm aIu .r o n I h e n tmee b, he oard t Ikgen% todaus .11 .1 m1#mI mn I aihihassee I hrer ilternat Lw prOpO%4il% '0 imerCas cnrIlnmeni (lurfMg the sunmmer quarter '. ill be presented t, he regent'. but Corporate wecretors Hcndtrx ( handler said be expect' Chancellor Rohert Mault go recommend xrNIsponnR .4ns action nlii Mjs A RECOMMENDATION to reduce the limitation on ltebhmar enrollment by IS er cern .1 ilv, hloe dlefrred until the regent' next mtiactn, (handler ,amd. I be flve-y.,ar contract proposaI would include evaluntions ol the pnveiuets bod the dhancellor tin the hasas of their past perItwnm.nvet, I lnder the pre'enc synrem. the ofiials ,servc at the pleasure ci the renent' until they voluntarily retire,. MAL1Z HAS SAID the proposed rule til 1,rtvidc a Mtacetul .aay rot the board and the presidcnl' to ialk bout the loh they do." aio -nlt *. -hiw.M eee 0pemeC. -ie rtw h we, reedm *0 *6he nay w oU eSta MIat Jnmt.-lu. na 05W1Ahae ownerenlir-e4,"e GOT A DRINKING PROBLeEM? OR THINK YOU MIGHT H AVE O NE? 377-1445 or 372-0421 \lsoen hi Icet~ mIt o' 'ill icjreort oa 'I l lh hh"'""Lh~ 8h'!L''""i" bu"t1 \ her ,i t hree'ear rcs en period. program' which the nuimber ot dtt'rees tell helow a t minim n mb, er were pIaced in ;robacion. prdici en dcre Irovrgn ar part ote lnttt le it Iod tmd Kriculturai Sciwac,. Chandler said anm program on probation lor three conmecuine 'ear' "ould be subhect to im n-depth gtads on 'whether it ,hould be L.Lncelled or absorbed into another program. I he regents ill aiwo consider modtiyig a recent% rule rCM~rdinw LfnlhdentIaifl of scrmdcng rvtordis. to make it comply w ith, the 1974 Ruckk's Amendment. I he amendment reguires that all student records he ivatlable to mdmvdual students and their parents. I also ensures the conlidentiality ot the retordt by statinj no one elke. tithcertaliriexctptions, may have access to the record n iThorn the stodnt's consent. tUnder present regent rules. stud., records ire open to students and their pantss and .euardias." ithe rule change tould allot* access onlIy to parents ot "devcndmnt students. as defined by the Internt) Revenue Service FI h Florida Ployns and muskc depardmans production of *phII 7. S-7:i@ p. Con dens 1Theebse Singing, dancing, acting auditions Hove a prepared song Tryouts ore apen to academic and general community -ent Fpd4rni. my uAnto. _ _ _ _ _ _ _'S New In Gaines viii. R EA L MEXICAN Vilage Square 2409 SW 13th St 37711



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1975 SG elections: more candidates qualify Thompson slate set Party supports vice B' DEBBIE ERICKSON Alligalor St.fr Writer Students are not apathetic. hut are insuIted by the apathy in Student Government itself said Hos~ Ilompson. announcing his candidacy br student body president of the Grassroots Rcfbrm Organization (GRO) party. ihonipson. 4iM. said no one on the CR0 ticket will receive salanes. The money from these solaries ~ill be used for soholanhip, libraries and other educational needs on campus, he said. ILENE YOUNG. 219C, is he (,HO 'ice rc%,dcnt ul La ndidatc N otirw said a 'en ice information hotline. oten 24 hours i cia'. ~houId he ~et up to ~wskt ne~ students and to help ~ttidents netting the hureautic run. around CH() treasurer candidate. Anthoni lombardy. 4A5. said he 'ould lobby to make a onion of the Activity und Service fees, not represented by health services and current bond obligations. transferable to the general education hind or .peclfw academic area designated Ironh a list ofoniouis at the time of (See VRO.' pare sewn) B' STUART EMMRICH Alligator Siaff Writer A Student (io~ernrnent c~mpawn to bring corruption out into the open has been mounted by four hF students comn,'ttcd to making all quizzes. nid-rerm~. and finals available Sit laM cost, the lout studeties. "ho qualified tbr next .,eck's election Friday. had planned to run together or the FarnIy ticket, but *en unable to find a qualified Honor Court Chancellor candidate PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE Richard Shdrr ~juI the .1 u~ients r~n~ plan to run ,i~ I ml cpendeT1t~. liu I on the %j me pl ~'t torm Singer said. slihotwh the candidates quali tied iider their real names, they it crc ~ornl~ to tnlempt to run tinder their 'tamit, 'times on the ballot. He explained that ijualificatton terms ask br the candidates tame and then the name .,~ it .~ ill ippear on the ballot. SNYDER SAID HE "as going to be kno'sn ,t' Alfrcdo Fettucni. Vice Presidential candidate Anthony Caminte ~os going to run tinder his real name. lane Kravit. the Th Independent 0 Flonda mn, .,'ons Inc Ge.nnndl. AiM. NM o49.c.lly omcmoS * 0% Un vnfly .1 Flood. MONDAY APRIl. 7. 1975 VOL. 67. NO. 107 Budget committee okays fellowships As. by porg. IwehonMe I'GETTING READY Th. 1975 Florida Legislatur, opens Its 6O~dcy reguict salon Tuedy. For cospiM. story, see l.glslatlv. special report on poges 10 and 11. 3~ STUART IMMUICII AUwi haM WriSt In a "gamble worth taklnW' the UF budget committee Friday gave college deans permission to award SlW,~O of fellowship, wit of,. already tight 1975-76 Other Personnel Services lOPS) budget. lb. lelionhips will be offered to students siho already went througi. an on-campjs screening process and 'en recommended for the awards by the college screening coosmittees WhOm TO 1113 huduet committee action. however, students had bee, unsure about fellowship offa, because no funds for frllonhips were provided in the ante budget recommended by (joy. Retibin Askew. The committee Friday also released nit additional SIW.UDto UFcollees to be used (or teaching assistantships next yen. "ConservativSf estimating that UF would receive 85 per emit of the appropriations proposed by Ccv. Reubin Askew in his budget for next year. the budget committee, by releasing the S~.OW, have now allocated niSe-teuths of that 85 per cent estImate. hF EXZCU1IVE VICE PtaMeat Harold Hanson. chairman of the comnujitee of top administrators and financial expels. cxplained LIP ,.a. taking a gamble by allocating ~OperccntofastWunsarebudget. but added chances were good that the state legislature 'ould not cut the governors request by more than lb per cent. Ashes's budjet. ~hid' finds the state universities at 5229.5 million. approximately the same level as this year. still has to be approved by the legI~Iature. liPs share of the state appropriation is approximately 26 per vent. A SIJD.COMMITrEE of the House Appropriations Committee last seek qp proved a 512.8 million increase over the level reconiniended in the Governor's budget. The proposed increase itill conic from funds generated bs the recent tuition hike. ThE PROPOSED budget. honevcr, does not allocate .ns fluids to fellowships, which Graduate School Dean Harry Skier called 'necessar' for a first class university.' Hanson suid UF should take advantage of the degree of flexibility that sill be available to us next ~ear and apmoptiate some of the ()PS fund, rot fello'.ships. 11w onls OPS categories funded by Xskess budget are teaching ossistantihips and adjuncts. Both 'Sate caste and house appropriations ~ub-conmittees have approved a plan which wild allow the state universities to receive their hinds in a lump sum to appropriate as they see fit. TIlE ONLY RESTRICIIONS would be on total dollars appropriated and salary rates. Hanson explained that the total lunp sum concern might not ito through, but said some Flexibility is almost certain to be approved. Although some programs would have to be cut back to fund the fellowships. Hanson said determination ol which specific cutbacks '.ill have to he made should not come until the final budRet picture becomes clearer. 'UFhas to protect its graduate programs like a tiger protects her cubs.' Bryan HANSON AND ROBERT Bryan, vice lrestd~nt for acaden~c aIThin, emphasized. ho,.eer. that funds for Rraduate programs had to be found sotnewbere. UP has to protect its graduate projran,% tike a tiger protects her cubs" Aryan cx. planned. He added, however, that with "the sante number of students as last year and 1W less loctilty' it has to be determined whether the hinds should go to the fellowships or to more uiraduate assistants. APPROXIMATELY 5185MG has already been committee to graduate assistants and the SIWXID for Icllo.ships means that the tqAo programs are being funded at about 75 1,0W cent of this years lent. according to Sister. Sisler said the SIOO.~ was a "con'iderable help' to the graduate programs. but added he was still hopeful of receiving more hinds for fellowships.

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P.,. 11%. I.d.pa,4n R.v$i. MIIS.r. M.nd.y, 4.417,1975 Orphans arrive in U.S. (UP!) -Hundreds ot orphans crossed a lO.~-mile agr bridge Sund.y from war-ravaged Vietnam to a new life as adopted children in America. A giant jetliner landed in Seattle at 12:35 an. with 407 orphans, and the unprecedented airlift continued through the day with two planes carrying 136 nail children headed for Travis Air Force Base. 50 miles northeast of San Francisco. Another flight carrying cover. B.C. S 62 children was en mute to VanViet soldiers regain key city SAIGON (DPI) -South Vietnamese troops striking back Sunday occupied the key coastal city of Nha Trang. Other government military units and police have begun boarding refugee-packed evacuation ships and executing suspected Coniniunist agents on the spot, an American witness said. Military sources also said starvation and thirst among refuses are becoming an increasing problem. At lent M persons reportedly died for lack of food aboard an American charter ship, and a Vietnamese intelligence 'ource said thousands of others were starving to death in Binh luy province east of Saigon. The return of Nba Trang. 188 miles northeast of Saigon. 'as the first major move by govennient forces to recapture territory lost to the Communists in a three-week blitzkreig. Art American witness said South Vietnamese troops and police were earning out "discrimluate elimination" of suspected Communist agents aboard evacuation ships unloading thousands of refugees on Thu Quoc Island. 60 miles off the southwest coast in the Gulf of Thailand. He said those who did not pass muster were being shot on he spot by government rangers, marines, sailors and militiamen conducting the screenings. The Vietnamese are not taking people off the ships as fast as refugee workers would lIke.' the American said. They are conducting very. very thorough security screenings on every person. In Manila, a plane was ready to pick up another ISO orphans and ferry then' to Travis on Tuesday. Dramatizing the nations growing concern for the orphans. President Ford flew to San Francisco Saturday night from his Palm Spnngs vacation to welcome 319 children and to earn two infants onto U.S. soil through a driving rain. As this happened, a US. Navy diver removed the flight recorder from the C-SA Galaxy cargo p1w which crashed Friday neat Saigon. Ton Son Nhut Airport. The black box. measuring 6 inches by 30 inches. will be turned over to investigators who are probing the crash of the massive plane which carried 319 persons including 243 Vietnamese orphans. The recorder was found near the South Vietnamese city of Vung Tau and apparently was blown off the aircraft as the huge cargo doors of the aircraft blew off, a U.S. Embassy source said. More than 178 persons died as the result of that crash. Pentagon sources would not rule out sabotage as the reason. Lebanon repels Israeli intruders (UP!) -Lebanese artillery Sunday shelled aa Israeli mine. laying force that infiltrated about 50 yards into Lebanon and t~,rved it to withdraw, a Beirut military spokesman said. He said the Israelis crossed the border east of the vlllae of AlMa. At a meeting with Saudi Arabi&s new King Khaled. Year Arafat sought to secure more Arab support for his Palestinian Liberation Movement. The chairman of the Palestine Ubaation Organization arrived In Riyadh Saturday from AIm Ohabi as part of a tour of Persian Gulf states. Arafat also discussed Middle East developments with Crow Prince PaM. rqarded as the real power in Saudi Arabia, Defense Minister Prince lbn Abdel Azir and other officials. Riyadh radio said. Diplomats noted Arafat had stepped up his contacts with heads of Arab states following the collapse of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's shuttle diplomacy in the Middle East. monday / Kennedy escapes mob QUINCY. Mass. (UPI) -Anti-busing desonstraton tried to attack U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy Sunday. forving Mn, at one point to iog to the safety ofa subway station. Protected by aides and police. Kennedy escaped injury although demonostratotl ton at his hair and Clothes and pelted the subway train which carried him away with rocks and bottles, witnesses said. The MassachusettS Democrat, a finn supporter of school desegregatiOn, entered the Knights of Columbus communion breakfast at Atlantic Junior High School about 10 a.n~. Some 3W chantIng, placard-carrying demonstrators were Stationed at the school when he arrived, police said. Inside. Kennedy had breakfast with several hundred cay officials and K-of-C members. He spoke briefly Oil 'chool intEgration and national and Intewatlonal events. Flanked by six or men policemen and aides, he left the building at ILlS am. through the frees door and immediately was set upon by some of the demoosraton. Levi: put ban on guns WASHINGTON (UP!) Attorney General Edward Levi Sunday suited a federal ban on the possession of handguns -except those kept inside homes and businesses -in each city where violent street crime reaches a high level. Levi, offering his idea simply for discussion rather the,, as a formal proposal. indicated it would provide gun control in cities where it is needed and wanted while making an accomodation for the oppouitio. to controls in rural areas. Levi said that while he heads the Justice Department he wants to spur discussion of possible crime solutions 'one by one," and he chose handguns as his first topic because they are the focus of feat" in violence ridden urban centers. As an alternative to the idea of nationwide ~un registration. Levi proposed an outright ban on sale or transport of handgun~ and ammunition in areas where crime readies a specified rate. r HELP YOURSELF BY HELPING OTHERS 11 PROGRAMS IN SAMSON something for everyone VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT AND ORIENTATION TUESDAY APRIL 8 7:30PM REITZ UNION AUDITORIUM 2nd Floor J

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THIS LEWIS J.w.lryconipony CLASS RINGS DlN~fl4OS WATCH REPAIRS 200W tJniv.rsi~y A. 372-4)06 SUMMER WHY NOT FLY FOR Troniworid Airline, Is seeking stewards and stewardesses for employment this Summer. A IWA represectotive will be on campus to discus employment opportunhtes and cnwver questions The bosic ,enn,.n*s .O~.r 20 v.a. oDd. Acts 52 to 62 w'$E, propofloflo~ Watt, enellen Ant0s, yJcn eon.c$obj. to 20~Dkfl mutb.'n.#~nPo,&oca 8 fleW rhcogo ~o"o Cfly log Aw,.~n, Sc. Fmnclgco tWA wtlj vune yo.s tcwoflot.on to ond ftc.,, to.,, hose *0*., Hourly briefing, will be held at Room 361 of the Roifz Union. MON.APEILT-9AM-2PM TUIS.APRILS-9AM-4PM No T.ItoM C.Ii. An E.quoi Opposuniw EmoIon. Cam says he I' of London fry cot No-set English Curly Pewor,.n, 377-543 J~ ~ "~4QU 6 Just arrived from Boutique Marco. Beautifully detailed, soft leather lined uppers on ultra comfortable polyuthafle wedges, they come in rust and cognac. Open Daily 10-8 Sat 10-6 The lnd.p.nd.nt FIor~do AIt6gc'o; Monday April 1975 Pg. 3 plead innocent r GET HIGH JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS iii win umytuin aVawi U 11*6 SEThO NOfifli WHEAt MSSA CIT MACV PU IN WIG TENNIS SALE WILSON AUTOGRAPH TENNIS RACKETS JACIC KRAMER BILLIE JEAN KING STAN SMITH REQ 32920 SALE PRICE $25.95 iaam a mu AU U6~G aumwutollu.u nfl BANCROFT "NEWPORT' TENNIS RACKETS STRUNG WITH TOP GRADE NYLON REG. 16.15 SALE PRICE 9.95 TENNIS BALLS HEAVY DUTY BY WIVJN PENd OUNLOP SLAZENGER REG. 1320 SALE PRICE uneway 'z" mu inca maw REQ 1560 002 ~ Situ ~ua nor. 790415 SHOES AVAJIA&E -Ca4 VUSE SKI~ SIPS LEAThS SNOB SV CGIVUS& S ThEISM CANVAS UINICAI BY CQ4VBS& P*O.KWS ooz U.N Dot 24 HOUR RESTORING & HEGRIPPING SERVICE WECAISY ACOMMXTI SEUCTIGI G GARCIA -OUNLOP -OAVJS CLASSIC ClASSIC II HEAD -WILSGJ T-20U1 r flTE#4NIS N AC k~ IN STOCK AT EVUYOAV LOW PWICES PUCE 6000 FUN AIIM,? -APIS 12 1029 W. Univ. Ave B' LRI( STAIN Alligator Siaff Writer ',ctti (miii siid Iron hi; ho.piTal bed Sun~Ii~ he ~i~l plead not ~uiIt' 1, %h Irt~ ~nd dssatilt counts tederol ~r:hnd itt' ch.irged him ah la~i i~eek Camil. lornier intl-war ictivist and defendant in the I~)'3 Guines~ ilk Fwht tonsprocv trial. ~ as still in the custody~ ol lederal nt~irshoII. hut ~uid he expected to he released on bond this nlorn'ni~. HE ASKED THE ALLIGATOR not to reveal ho,. it oh 'tied the 'ci 'III' C i niervie'. 1-ederal M.gistratc W Wade Hampton tot (ands bail ~rtdav S5O.(X~. but required only S5.~ bond br Camil to he freed, the money '.ill he returned it he appears in court ,as required. He "a' indicted on two count' ol possession with intern to 'eli itiarijuana. two ol possession 'a ith intent to sell cocaine and two of assault. MICHAEL OLIVER, a long time friend of Carnil and orgoni~er of his support group" said bond money was on the way and should arrive from California in time to have Camil released by II am. today. A hospital spokeswoman .aid she could not confirm Otmil's reportedly impending release because release orders are ordinarily Wed on the day a patient is to be discharged. No such order had teat filed Sunday. CAMIL WAS SHORT of breath and his voice still weak from a bullet wound he received while being apprehended in an aIle~ed drug deal Monday. Nevertheless. Canuil said he was anxious for his release so he could "get outside and see what the hell's going on.' He said he feels at a disadvantage not being able to investipte any of the facts of his case. THE FEDERAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY, whose agents ematod Camil. has said Cainil assaulted two agents 'bea, they attempted to arrest him after allerdly picking up sonic cocaine in their car 'a hid, was heading south on NW Second Avenue. Special ajent iobn LePore called the shooting 'accidental. He claimed Canill grabbed the JUn hand of agent Dennis Fitzgerald. 'aho sat in the back seat of the ear, and caused the 'hnm 'end-automatic gun to discharge into his o'an left armpit. Later LePore said the bullet struck Camul in the back i SCOTT CAMIL dunn9 Coinmyille Light trial HE SAID DRUG AGENTS frequently display their ~.eapons during arrests of this type to discourage suspects troni using rowe. According to LePore. C~imil was going for his tight pocket. IX)SSiblV br weapon. when Fitzgerald grabbed him. Rut Cantil. ,ahowas unarmed and wearing only short pants and il-shirt at the time of the shooting. uld the agents must have known he 'as unarmed. HE AGREED WITH his friend Oliver that the shooting "as politically motivated. He said he could not possibly have assaulted both agents, tried to leave the car, and gone ib, a ~eapon at the same time How many hands do they think I have -tour? he sold. Cumil 'aid his ,njury would force him to rest a great deal cyen after he Lets out of the hospital. Rut when he's not resting. there I Certain dWOUflt of investigation to he done and there's certain amount ot money to he raised. he said. FhatlI be my top priority until this case ~ to court and I'm acquitted Carnil said. *< I

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SUNFLOWER HEALTH FOODS Hoff men A Welder NI Pt. Pmducts Na~.I Vitamins, Minerals Hesba, Oaky Ptoduets leeks ComwScs K;.' 1w. 7 0-arn-sen COLLEGE OF LAW Arrotioong PALL SmfhlSIf. AUGUST 21, 1@7S Full-tim -~N in, pegyam Put-time in, aid ewemiq puejrums Alt wouo',s leod to the Jun. Doctor De~ree and ekq.blhh or Caidorno 8 en. Accrsiltsi PrsvisiemaII,-State hr it Calif. UUTACT illUME ETA. AUUIUIUIU 091W Th. lnd.p.&. Aodd. MIIgaer. Mendoy. AdI 7, lUS. Pug. 5 WHAT'S HAPPENING B, TOM VEENSTRA AIlIgatr ShE Writer UF FRISBEE CLUB: Frisbee fans '.ill meet Tvesday April 8 at 7:30 p.m. room 222 in the Florida Gym. Anyone interested and connected with UP is welcome. For more infonnation call Ron Zamora at 392-0540. SIERRA CLUb The ecology organization will present Payson Kennedy, ~.hitew.ter c.noeist and fleliverance" stuntm.n, with Dale Grider and the Mildew Brothers and their annual fish fry Tuesday April Sat the Baptist Student Center. 1604 W. University Ave. from 6 p.n,. to S p.m. Admission for the dinner and program is SS for adults and 11.50 for children under 10. For further, information call Barbara Fox at 392-2636 or 378-5502. BLOCK AND BRIDLE: Equestrians will wed tonight at 7 p.m. room 6186 McCarty Hall. The guest speaker will be Dr. AC. Warnick. E.R.A. DEBATE: A special call-in program by WRUF'S Women's Perspective will be held tonight at 10:30 p.m. Ihe call-in ,umher is 392-0773. B.E.C. MEETING: The Benton Engineering Council (BEC) will meet Tuesday April Sat 7:30 p.m. room 121 of the J. Waste Reitz Union. All engineering students are invited. For more infonnation call 377-8737. NEWSLETTER MEEflNGs All graduate assistants interested in working on the Graduate Student Union Newsletter may attend -the GSU or~niz.tional meeting Tuesday April Sat 8:30 p.m. in room 220 Williamson Hall. REVOLUTIONARY STUDENT BRIGADE: Revolutionary students will meet tonight at 7p.m. in rooms 355.356 of the I. Wayne Reitz Union. For molt infornuation contact Sandra It Sounds Incredible MiT EVILYN MACHAlES CAll RUB K A You or -n too So a -ma oat. oVA. -dove It People tw -dS~.ep1 c& 4fl.t.t IC,, d.t$wt tMrea diltereAl uc.tnt owuipleud --Ose PUIS -p.cpl. Iro. eli .Ik, @111W Thee. psOdic tees Mi tabs wa,. d.vdiot.d by Evelyn W@, cJ1 Prttfl all Of ,.n ul -WIOI t.k ,eidln. weed w4d quai a, Ic .we.iuIOfl. Soot AgneS ,Itmg it edifi 0'* Think -C MC~*Wftt i.i Stat nw.,t All of uir-evefi the ilotoltr~ --wvt In flp two hans They end si efitlt S. of TI.,. 0, hdqmwac ~ 35 mMuin They domt tie or .bm They md resy word They us no ,a i. -hi It. nutu#.aI they,. ,edin d.tnh'no lion tat y 'aed And meet hi. sell they actutlv ~n~.rnt.nd iO*. ernant. -n. a"d *njov n.re ten vvhsfl they reed ,lovvIy That. ,ttl The, ut.tauid flier. They irenter mc,. hy efloy more can do -'ant 1141 EXOI~IST IN U MINUTES a me a lb. a Cm Sum S Maw Imps lb. m. Emit e.lt-*. ~m to ,, mcn bajl 'tnt.',. .d ~ -~ -Ore Wfl .a~.fl1 K.idy -hA .MM 044, ot Sbl -C. Ii,. a1 .4 NeuIdent NAn oonIt dtb Sn ~ Mm. 1510. flu .t. --CO.n-tarn. Can to MAniLes. -Ik.d out It w *. -ve, --edli i.e. 4** @4 w~y 4 torts -*ka *141 fi~~it bOSe -A yU d i. *IS -MIEU $W.4 ~t --It it itt h.a tots .-Ev.4y *.cd A.din Oynats Pr. ~in4 ft.dfl 1 11 St yin, keep yur .ortt ii. Wi,. er.ctfl S. flit sip to k.ptq~ n.dM at MInI.L. ad -wMi lmx, ym~r ~ dco tu sot. but -rsul~ will rwn~a y.Jt "ni Ma to glird C ft. Smnh.L.fl -0 its psalM, to rd 3.4.5 tnt. I 4, wdt coaw.b~ to.,.hoi, m.b.ad Snd~. SUfiInny A. SC., N.M. Sn. U' I SCHEDULE OF FREE UINILESSONS Youl Incrmse your reading speed to lit on the spoC TODAY & TOMORROW 4:00 OR 8:00 PM AT FLAGLER INN EVELYN WOOD READING DYNAMICS Sampson at .173-8396 DANCE flLM FESTIVAL: Arts and Sciences will show two tilws sponsored by the Board of College Councils, celebrating dancing tonight at 7.10 pin at the I. Wayne Rein Union Auditorium Films featured '.:ll be Dance on Film 18941912.' and the New York City Ballet. ARTS AND SCIENCES: The AS Student Council will meet tOnIRht at 7:25 p.m. in Andenon Hall. LAW CENTER BLOOD DRIVE: A drive sponsored by the la.A school and Civitan Regional Blood Center will be held Tuesday April 8 from 9,.m. to 2 p-rn. Fret blood typing nih also be available. For more information call Chris Fey 1'7. 6~. SAMSON: A volunteer recruitment and orientation meeting i.ilI be held Tuesday April 8 at 7:30 p.m. Reitz Union auditoriumm Volunteers are needed to, any of eleven progranis. For more information call Senile Solomon at 392160W INTERNATIONAL CULTURE EDO: The exposition sponsored by CIO ,ill exhibit clothing, crafts, and other items of interest from nations around the ~. orld at the Reiti Union Gallery April 7 and 8. all day. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS: Committee meetings are held each Monday at 5 p.m. third floor of the J. Wayne Reftz Union. Sitidents with academic problems 3ft encouraged to take them to the Academic Affairs Committee. For further tnformation call 378-3077. ISRAEL PROGRAMS: An information table ,aill be in front ci Library West April 7 to 9, featuring information on summer Jusfler prohirams in Israel and on the Mideast situation. The table is sponsored by Hamnagshimim. For further information call 378-6533. Rockwell CalculatOr. NOW ON SALE AT WAS 584.96 SPECIAL PRICE NOW ONLY$6t96 The ROCKWELL 202 Electronic Slide Rule for scientific, engineering and student needs. Don everything from square roots to complex trig operations. DOWNTOWN S WESTGATE 'H. Indipsi' cct Florida AII.ico, I. 8 pgbhcal'o., of Can.g. C~.nmgnac.h'w,. .nco'pco~. ~ puiva, v~oc.',ft to.pcm.',n it ,. pgbilS.d tin flu,. *a&iy *NC*4 duir, Ju', July. o"d Aug'4 wMn '.* pu~Il*d innh.wu&Iy. d ~rIvmg sudflI tajidoyt cod *UOP*t p*rlC& ~nIor4 .upts.d In te lM~*flh Altlfcv w. that. of the .dlou, .4 ii. writers of 1*. fl cia cad -ta U.snnhy of FlorIda. he cwn~us .mnd by tic indopm.daa4 'bid. 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P.g4* Ih* ksdepnd.qs ~4d* AJlIgtr, M.nd.y. April t 1975 Charters K to Europe Nw Yo& Chicago Los Ang.Ies Sen francisco LML AEGJAUTICS oppmv.d CHARMS 3O~' London pelts Dublin Amierdam Moddd BOARD *L.w-cfl m.y "'t~* WAIT ani y 5914 ~Ad aid .m mqol.'.d Ud.y. In .dvsmn. Pot de*Il. coat: STUDENT AIR TRAVEL AGENCY INC. (404) 9346662 4228 First IUCKE, Avenue GA 30084 [planning a wedding'? 373-0923 The eddingphotographet V~*4AEL LOS --/ us~ -r *1 / ~ *ELOAONo COh/PCN4N'~ ,.,.wr., O'It W v* .fl! WA *iii -SELL -TUSh -RE~AI, 466-3340 "~ ~ Ad~ 4, W ihc pu"cr hel ('liarticuc. I III ~ wh~ it' c.dlt.d ( mum Fire. ii '.uuple rius po~~cdhiI di 5(1 'lalcs) ask a h;uIcrkkr ti' ti\ I ;tis Sw an ~jn~ .ilcr t( Noc: Fut Careen ('knvus. mike' tfl tzallon of SwLunpi~'aer. Part ies B, DEBBIE ERICKSON Alligator Staff Writer Action. Florida Sit Refnrn. Ornnizatiofl set for elections \~res. Honor Court chancellor, and Bob I ind~ren. traffic court chief Tustict McAdflin said. "Our part is straiMbi dent~, and Grassroots GRO) arc the three parties ho quaIiI~ed for student body electrons beibre Fridays 5 p.m. deadline. Four students ~.ho~ualitiCd to, the election had planned to run together on hit Family ticket hut '.ere unable to find a qualified H 'nor Court chancellor candidate. They run is independent candidate'. Actions candidates jre ~.ill Jim Eaton. president: Dan [sbeck. 'we president: Caleb Crimes, treasurer. Byron Petersen. Honor Court chancellor; arid Sue Connelly. traffic court ch~et ost ice EATON SAID, Saing students money. Iightuw mr student interest both on campus and in lallahasset and increased participation by students in SC are three ohjectives of Action party candidates florida Students Mc Ad am president: candidates are: Alyce president. Bubbo 1-luerta. vice Grep~ Sherman, treasurer: Ben Or ard and basic. The (mit for playing ao'dnd "ill, students lives is over. With the economic crisis lacing in. clever party names and nianutactured issues are luxuries ~e can no longer atTordS GRO PARTY candidates are: Ro~~ flompson. president; lien. YounM, 'ict president; Anthony Lombardy. treasurer Mike Worral, Honor Co*rt chancellor: and Gary Shachat, traffic court chief justice. Thompson said. "GRO is o ~roup ci in dividisals organized into a party because the framework of the election laws make it more beneficial and economical to run as a ,art~ All CR0 patty officers nill be lCI4iIl~ hound not to accept salaries. The nionc~ Ironi these salaries MIII be used for scholarships. libraries or other education nlprovencnrs he said. Fhe Independent candidates are Richard S',,der. president; Anthony Caminte. ice prcssdent, Jamie Kravit. Schwarti. traffic court Aribur chief justice I Europe? C mthebag We've also got Molt Camping trips at Ca You II have so much fur notwanttoeleep.But mi We provide the rest. You travel in a bus equ tap, deck and guide who You're as likely to camr -. the seaside among olive I cold running everything,. t You wont han troutM There'll be 18 to 35 peo~ We have 8 dIfferent C e w here from Casabla anbul. -Here Is one of our mot plus airfare. Belgium. Ho -tria, Italy and France. D4 June10; July 4, 29; Augusl So if you want to see th -couponlnanenvelopea, Theaprlce.aresubjec as government approval). our "Continental Coach Ti and we'll and It to you. C 6 AIrways. h Africa and the Near last. mlng prIce, 3 to9 weeks. on our camping tripe that you may came you do. br[ng a Seeping bag. 'ipped with ca'nplng gear, a stera knows where the sights are. ion the grounds of a chateati sew rae. The campsites have hot am ~'op., restaurants and anti dIscos findIng a dancing partner either ~le In your group. And there S I ontinental Coach Tours coveting rica and Amsterdam to Laingrad it popular: Europa, 3 weeks, $321 land, Germany, Switzerland, AusIparture data: April 22; May 16; 22; September16. world at camping prices, put the d relax. It's In the but? toe number of caM tions (a well For all the details you must read ~urs' brochure. Alt out the coupon fr call your Travel Agent or British N I -N A 4 L *Oeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee so. S British Airway., Box 1525, Ont. Igt-flOa 0ez~! NY, NY. '0019, Tti (212) 687-1600 0 6 Fl. a.nd vn. your "Continentsl Coech Touv."bochur. S * C B Add,. _______________________________________ S -~ City Stat. Zip My T;.veg Agent I. S We'll take -care of you to Brltalauurape.me Wintd. British airways

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-. :,p Ii,, Tb. ind.p.nd.n* Florid. AiIIgctov MomMy 4fll 7, ~ Pci. I s supporters picket Sounders By LESLIE GOLA~ Alligator Staff Writer Approximately 41) Equal Rights Amend. ment IERA supporter ~ picketed State Sen Hob Saunders. D-Gunesville, at his office Saturday altenoon during rush hour tralflc l-Ios.ever, Saunders, Jn opponent of the FR A. ~. as nnt in his hi, Streti police at t he ''mc Rcache(l at homc Sunday. Saun{lers said the picketing ould not Lifkct his dletision to vote against the ERA I ~lont have much reaction. It had no titect one s iv or another PICKETERS CARRIED posters such as Women no kinMer an endangered species and A ness face in districtt 5. Motorists 'ii~nalcd support by honkifiM their horns as hey passed. A lew nioturists shouted obscenities and derogatoryy comments such as Get hack in the kitchen' aad 'You "omen have it lot of nerve. Demonstrators said the purpose of the picketing tas to show Saunders how his tonstituents telt aboUt the ERA. I he picket ~ as sponsored by Students tot F~irm~orkers and the National Organization or Women NOW~. SAUNDERS has announced he "ill vote against the ~mendmncnt, t hich ~ ould Guarantee ireedon, 1mm sexual discrimination. if it comes up in the Florida Senate this spnng. Saunders said his main reason [or voting against the amendment s~as of the 'forced 1,rnft. 'Ibis i.ould make able-bodied women share front line duty ~ith men.' I hree more states must ratify the ERA before it can become the 27th amendment to the Un ted St ates Constitution. North Carolina. Missouri and Florida are the only ii rce ~t ate' sc hed it led 1(1 con sid Cr the ERA his 'Car Al. ALSOBROOK, Saunders' executive issistant. said Saunders as not in the office because ht had business outside the office' but nther~,sc "ould have been there for the (I CnlOflt rat ton. Al sot rook sad he belie' ed the picket i rig ~US '.1 jste ot i nit. bLit let Item do it if I hey ~ant. 'he senator makes his o'. ii personal decisions based on ho~. he teds Mans of the demonstrators said Saunders "list realize ~ hat his constituents ~ant and represent them PICKETERS photo by Iohn moron blast Stats Sen. Bob Sounders for opposing ERA Suin~Ier~ its said he "ill sole as he frels. lot is his constituents ted' Fdna Saffy. Ioinder of Lii's NOW theater. said. This is not representation, ihereibre he is not ItilIiIlin~ his obligation as senator and our decision at the poiis in 1976 till be obvious." JAN15 IIARA, itenibership chair'.oaiian of NOW. said. One hundred million people ire ~Iri'ing by here rtKht no. and 'hen the, 'cc that sw'rc ~ickeiin~ Saunders br his ERA stand then they'll realize that "e teed a nest lace in District 5' Oranges i~ere given stilt to passersby to ~lenionstratc that ERA supporters do support he curt'' industry, according to Jane II arpriw. 'I tiiemher of Students br FarmGainesville ERA supporter said they would not go along sa ith a proposed seven-state citrus boycott intended to force ratification of the ERA through economic pressure, according to Sally. "WE ARE FLORIDIANS and s.c arc br oranges, SafTy said. When aiked hot she belt about the ERA Sunday Milly Saunders the senators stile said. I leel as niv husband does.ni happy s. hh things like they are. Women are as equal is they it ant to be I think ii s.oman can do anything she tants to do. 'Iheres no at saying she can ~ Saunders is leaving tbt jallahassee today lot the opening of the Florida Legislatures 1975 session and he said he still plans to vote against the ERA as he did last year. Gainesville Police Department Officer Robert F. Sheppard. 'tho was observing the picketing, said. 'Ii,, for the ERA 2W per cent. Mv stife and I discuss it all the time. As a matter ol tact. I'd like to see women in the department potrolling like we do." Senates I reaction to decide Honor Court fate By STUART EMMRICH Afligalor 5Sf W.Iter The futureof the UF Honor Cow, whether it ~.ill be abolished and replaced with a student-faculty Honor Council. will depend in part on reactions from the student and faculty senates and current Honor Court officials. Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen reviewed Friday the final report of the Ink Force on Judicial Altain and said he ittutild ask br formal reactions to the report ironi Xall areas ob the campus. SANDEEN SAID A deadline for final action on the report 'as set for May 30. 11w task torce. after two quarters of studying the Honor Court and Honor Code. recoitiniended the present Honor Court be abolished and replaced with 'In Honor Council. made tip ot a niaprity of elected student justices plus faculty members appointed by the president. 11w task borce also recommended the Honor Council should deal only tith academic violations, and not the stealing. passing bad checks. ticket violations and election violations currently handled by the Honor Court. OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS by the task force included placing a notation on a students grade transcripts for five years that he s. as convicted of a cheating offense. The notation on the transcripts would come off .itter live years. but would remain on his permanent records. Craig Mitchell. student member of the task lorce. explained the notation 'as necessary to alert professional and graduate schools why a grade stas changed to an F. He said the colleges ask students if they itere involved in any cheating incidents, but because the admissions officers don't pick up on the slashed grade replaced nith an F' they have to rely on the student's word. SANDEEN ASKED AT Fridays meeting if the task force thought the live year period 'as too harsh a penalty, but saas reminded by a ask force member that in an academic community cheating is the ultimate offense.' Robert Harris. present Honor Court chancellor, said he had read the report and as in agreement .ith SO per cent' of its recommendations. Harris said his main objection was to Family (Fmm paje one) treasurer candidate. stas going to be called Hyinie Goldberg.' and Arthur Schwartz. 'raffle Court chief justice candidate .was lacing to be known as 'Luga Banen.' Scott Simmons. director of elections said Sunday it ns unclear if assunied names could be used on the ballots. He explained the net v-created Student Elections Commission "a' going to meet today to discuss the Iltiestion. Snyder, veteran ofpast 'Flash' and 'Son ci Flash campaigns, said his campaign promises were just as reasonable as the ~lacing tacultv members on the Honor Council. Harris added, however, that he approved of the recommendation that the Honor Court should only deal with academic violations. other candidates platforms. Besides offering an exam selling service ,. ith two days notice of pop quizzes." Snyder 'aid his party would also bring the price of an ounceofnari juan down to S20. stith delivery service offered 24 hours a day. Although Snyder admitted he did not think hestould .sintheelection. he emphasized that he stas running a genuine campaign. corn. plete st ith electioneering and debates with the other candidates. Look bra ithite Mark IV with two Italian liags on the front." Snyder said, explaining he stas going to start campaigning around campus today. GRO r -ROSS fl10MP504, LINE YOUNG lead GPO campaign (Front PORt' one) registration. Lombardy also said he should 'require a statute making athletic scholarships funded by the activity and service fre be carded on the basis of need and end the distribution of complimentary tickets. except to the press. on &ill esent' financed by the activity and service let' I should also like to see professor "ho require students to use their textbooks. retuni the realities the,, receive from the textbooks hack to ibs students." Gary Shach4~4~&*he CR0 c~1dat~ bo~ traffic coutt chief ~usticc and Mike Worrall. 41W. is the CR0 candidate for Honor Coun chancellor, I homlson. ~oitng and Lombardy all ~id thes s'mdd keep rejaular office hour, and publish a list @1 name'. addresses and telephone number, I ill SC officers and %tflU tors. pie9.by j.bn .~or.n MaRY CANCIMIU favor opat comspdo.i I'-'S N 4 1

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Poq.S, Th.ind.p.nd.ntHodda AIhIgaor. Mondoy Apt?, 9Th Dliii (PEtE II. Review so wiii z flUJ,~rJLcMM1JT1IE ~41ALjI~1~ PFAIklLsT pcCAttflY0~~' 1AVEtW~,Cl2EVIT, MciSY c~CJSUR. cMwW~TufS ~WU4W1Omz ~Z~NRffS AMaM*0U AMP TUE #eii or 1VIENTY YIPAS ~eo~' it '~as a shrc~. 4 move on Stanley Marshall's part. Beset in criticism from students and faculty and aced ~ ith a hwhlv critical lacu ltv sit rve~ dealing ~ ith his performance and maccc' ability, the Flortd State U niveryt~ president threw what worn sed to be a hot political foot ball neatly into the collective lap of the Board ol Regents. A ni Id crIes 1mm Lieu It',, si tide Pt and press that he rcs~n. Marshall ~.rote to resent chairman Marshall risere. I am wiIlin~ to resign whenever the regent', reel that the best interest of the uniwrsitv "ould be served by such action. Neat. The regents probably ~.on't deM with that ball of wax at their meeting today, but the incident serves to point out the importance of another l)roposal they will consider. They will be asked to approve a new rule providing for five-year terms for university presidents and for formal evaluations of the services of' the presidents before subsequent five year terms. We approve of the policy as far as it goes, but we don't believe it goes far enough. It fails to insure that full consideration will be given to input from those most affected by the decision, the students. Certainly the University of South florida students who took a full page advertisement in the local paper callinM on USF president Cecil Mackey to resign last spring would have welcomed the chance to take part in a Mackey review with his iob in the balance. But in view of the regents past track record in accepting student input on other issues, we're not at all sure of their willingness to accept student suggestions and observations on something as important as presidential review. A far better safeguard would be to provide for one or more student regents to actively participate in such reviews. Bills have already been pre-filed in the state legislature to set up just such positions. The Marshall and Mackey cases provide just Iwo more reasons for adding student regents. Too often the advice of the Council of Student Body Presidents and other student groups falls on deaf ears. 't. r 2 tat. mus ~. '~~d s.wd dcgbl.-,poc.d end not .d S ndt .Not b. .Ign.d wi. a pea.donym. 01ev. oddr. and 9S.p&,oa. nuosh. ad w.Ina N.m. ~6. w,*kefd only A wvin. mw, -cats. Thndiw. r.~,.th tight .o.dIld lanfo. spec. Wnwn YOY .ubni.$ ionpr .mys. coludwi. 041St. W 6. con,.d.r.d be u,01 g.a columns Any wtinr ,nnh.ad -t.remog 0 ~flUiOt column .s oded n cornod S. .die. and o. p.~od o show sn,$. of ha. wn& L LI~flERS POLICY -J Just another day in the house A little before noon toniorrow Coy. Reubin Ask~ will leave his office in the State Ca;i'ol in Tallahassee. Askew will talk uput flight of stairs.snd across the capitol building to the chambers of the florida house and senate. ASKEW WILL TELL then, the state of the state. which accordIng to resorts is pretty lousy at the moment. With this, the annual 60-day biuest-name-in.town for I allahassee will begin in earns. For tO days each spnng and whatever special occasions it or the governor decide to meet, the 4O*niember senate md the 120-member house consider those laws which it or someone else considers iniportatit. EVERYONE SHOULD GO to tallahassee to see how the Florida Legislature achieves its decisions and enacts the laws. br it provides a tar heifer lesson in the workings of goveril. nent than can be gleaned from books or lectures. to prove this, et's iake a look at a typical day. n.e %UII rises over the hills in Tallahassee and bathes the capitol with early morn's beauty. Already people are at work inside. THE AGENDA FOR the niorning. available in the calendar ofeither the house or the senate, calls for committee meetings in the noning. As the session wears on and everyone sees how much .'ork is left, the meetings will start curlier and earlier. Committee meetings ~ut conducted in rooms set aside tbr that purpose in either the capitol or the nw senate and house office buildings. The senate has fetter members and the committee rooms tend to be on the outside hallways of the building, or in other words, have windows leiting ,n the natural light. CHAIM ARE LESS plu.h.'n the house side, meetings tend 10 he conducted in dark nside rooms with little light to allow itemben to sleep it they want. After these meetings end, you learn just 'here the word lobbyist comes from because the lobbies and hallways are 'acked "ith them, and you I~ll over them. Anyone can become a lobbyist by filling out a little card "ith the house clerk's office br lobbying aniong house iicniltrs ~mrd the senate secretary's ollice for that body. AROUND II AM. the gongs sound and the house and the senate go into seQiOn. The Independent Florida Alligator LdI Ltae~~aa: 32 IA boy Kaidti~ JaM. V. CnI. ,, Mn. Ewlyn ES At. Mc C. tmeySNpp 1cm M.dda.w. by MeG. Jr. Oonn Lho~ say i~t Lynd. Hcn~. -kM. Jiiw~c.hIo W.nd. Malls Asne join the housearound 2 p.m.thespeakerotthe house 'son the rostrum 'itch an assistant clerk below him. As '.e enter the speaker leans over to ask the clerk it here are Liny more amendments in a tone of voice which 'cern' to say. 'There damned well better not be. boyY THE CLERK SAYS. We. sir. ameadmeiti number QS, 'nfl proceeds to read of! the amendment to the bill under DOUG flATCiI STAFF WRITINGS liwussion. one etranting certain exemaptuns to certain tvpci at listing hails based in Fenandina Beach. I he clerk reads the amendment and the sponsor ot it 'cornis up. grabs his desk microphone, and speaks. Fist.' here on the hoot members are sleeping. though they ire experienced in the political art of sleeping while lookinia ~,wake. Other niembers utre reading the St. Petersburg Tme~ or the seventh time that day. while the others talk in srttll 1410 Ii BUT AT THE END of the debate the speaker iliflouflec'. And not on the question of the amendment. with the rest drowned out by the miraculous change in the noise 'olume on the house floor. Members hewn a .tampede back to their seats with their right 'in,, extended toward the automatic voting inochitic receptacleun their desks. When the weaker Announces. ~Thc clerk will unlock the in~,chine,. they can either flip the switch fix "yes" ot' do'&ti tar no. AFTER THIS IS DONE the speaker orders the machines locked and the clerk to read the results 'hich are beginning to appear on he hoard to the speakers riutit. hen everyone goe, hack to their little groups The speaker 'gain asks if there are any mole amendments in the same 101W of toice. the NOin clerk replies. "Yes. sIC and proceed' to read inicndme,,l number 96. Several hours later, the 'urn sets. the legislature adjourns md prepares itself tar another day. Ia Cwinlngh.m Mite. In. d,14 G.org. ~ch.,i.c Jr. Mn SIte Mind Kafrn., N., M~ G-~ AaMG.5 Man.g.r Mfln ASa Mnaa Me. p. Mnaqc.a SnCIM kctan.C.die a.a s.g P~doctco Me.q. Sinai N.&.ctcvm Manq. MealS Noducila. Mcnbgq Cirtula. CI.Ilhd Mmtq.r kM M.~ Mq Ste 0:tr J.dy Cello LayqeSInt by PC. hi. 12M6 Maine'"? baa a. t.a wit a., &6fl Cdpln~. 173 Wee WJa#V hews b*. ClOt. pie.; P6M& Sb'M hpa.st S4B Mnnlsn, s.d P,.iucti.n t9.WIfl. ISSE. J

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The Independent floddo MIIgot, Monday A9dt 973, Pag.9 Clinging to letha toys surest way to demise I (hior Ally, iiiiitIi ptrs~,,i.iJ tteb.itr ~oncerning hethcr or LI I \hLIhI 'ILHD, LI his letter. I deiitlid 'oLilti I lit uinllit.t d.,cs not stun, Iron .itn cr I rc:aliii on since I kn~,~' hit crcet~t "I a]l ~un OIA nets in this Country ire licicetul and Ia~. ihicIini~ i)cill)lC Rithcit I ijIiestInr) 'IL clficaev P such ~crh.iI ''attIres on ~is or n ~ h.nIVs) hart. Nc~ erthele'. I md ii c ~I reniel v ditticult to retrain ton, corn mint ,w on concept ~o total!' alien (I flh nature .'' he one ,tThred up on gun LonIrol or 'he Lick I hereot) n a letter to the ed tor OT' M .i rel, I I In this letter the correspondent 'A hose lame as not pri tiled) Lid VOC ated crime ~,ntrtil I ather ii, in gun control. I his is in idmirably shortsighted kind ci 'tateflicrit Admirable in that I only wish I could see these lhinMs in such simple term' NoMever. I like to think that In, not that simple-minded. CRIME. THROUGHOUT THE HISTORY of the species, has never been controllable clement. It hus. in tact. jltays been patently uncontrollable. Although what does and what does not constitute a crime is subject to LI number of interpretations tba'cd mostly on time and place). while tlcoth remains tin .bsolute regardless of s.licther the dead person is a "criminal or one of this co.jntrys 99.9 percent peaceful and law obidinC ~un owners. Ihere is only one ny in which I can n* ferret the reference made to Mr. left limper' recent ~.ork" in which he s.ys. they (urn,) amplify the capabilities of both the good man Loid the had, and to exactly the 'wine degree. I, to flrst question what is iucant by the word capabilities 11th ipptirently refers to the c.pabilitC to kill or maim. 'Inc. I do not see how the ultimate purpose cia gun can be otherwise. (As simply 'I deterrent. wouldn't replica of the real thing do just a' well?) Ihe correspondent goes on the quote further from Mr. Cooper who says. "The pistol is a alefensive capon Its capability or ,,lTenMvt action K poor. as it! range I' short. its power is low and ~ts technicauc ditticult. An inteIlii~ent man does not attack jIb .1 pistol. Conic now Certainly the range EDITOR'S NOTE, Ibis tltiarter Ihe Alligator will 'resent Icr the lint time the editorial cartoons ot Pat rick C I liphant .rceogn i ted is ISThE FALL To BE GREAT Outstanding 1q72 1w the iil.i PiStL'I N tirL.itqr IhLU ol .' knile .owl 'CS ILL iitpui N I~IC hat tIllELuilt I', Ri QIiI~N G I r'tt.t~ AS I-OR THE "PO~%ER"ASPECT-'ell LIlur Al~ ire I'd hiiritiw tltjhjnts .rid a fill I 'IIILL\ 'uuic. criticil han .i slingshot or .i 5in; Lint Irrt,%% We are alkin~ th,,ut LsJfl S LiItiCih ii lob hinii, being grave or t~til iiuii~ A i~iiii. Ml lar I' the 11gM cifleitni iilLtbt,(l casiI~ i~ ilablc .i~oniplish the I hr stairnieng I agree ith is hat the intelligent ~Lii1 does nol attack ith .' pistol I liLil~I ititi hit I nil~ intelligent nuin would rLcI)gnitc lie k hUt ol ileiceneracI inherent in I 'I SC 'I Ii re.irT~is ~vcn lot jirot cci ion. br here do ~e dra~ the line' Many limes the Lrtiliifl.il "ill tell 'ou that he '. as only 'rotecting hinieli ~.hen he belt the need to shool somebody. I in, one of those people who have a horror ol "Capons of any 'on, but that does not necessarily make that category vague one icr me. I categorize weapons. and rightly so. as it is defined in the dictionary: I. an instrument of etlernive or defensive combat. something to tight *ith, and as suth I abhor the very concept. I DO NOT, however, equate frwwdoin of the press with the freedom to bear antis. The latter concept must certainly be outmoded. let us not forr that the right to hear arms was linked with the need for a civilian militia. In a lime when a single bomb could wipe ott an entire city. istit it a bit ludicrous to think there is a need for a militia? I cannot understand, nor do I think I'd care to try, the kind of mentality that feels the necessity to cling to its lethal toys almost as if they were surrnate security blankets. In reality, the gun and all weapons, are created with the express purposeoidtroying or impairing life. I defy anyone to tell me ulitVeentlv. Certainly they are not ornamental in nature. and they serve no other useful purpose of which I can conceive. Human nature. being what it is. needs no impetus to 'ring about its own teniise. lhtorah Rucci National Carilso "tn the Piihter Prize br tdiiorid t artootis in I 94,6. his qT ~rzJ 7' "cirks are syndicated io 300 other newspapers across the country. He joins Don Wright and Alligator, Bill Day us regular cartoonist on the clitoruil p'~cs I H/S CRUELLY IUN WHO SW. 4* I r Kennedy provided able and dynamic leadership EDITORi I 'as shocked to read the uninformed and unlearned letter recently written by a naive nubile r~arding Kennedy promises which fril short. Evidently. the writer fails to understand that one of the rnwns the dream was not totally fulfilled *85 the fall of the lade, hiniseif. In, sure his us difficult to explain to someone who rernenihers Nixon better than he or sI.c remembers Kennedy. Yes, the nation did elect a dynamic and brilliant leader. on. who stood up to the steel companies and the racist,, the Pentagon and the "ar-mongers. If to, John and Robert Kennedy and Secretary MeNainara, Cuba would have been bombed during the missile crisis and the U.S. held responsible br the destruction ci the small island. but the adolescent thinker I~ailed to research this i"tie. AS FOR PARTICIPATINC in air raid drills and kneeling under desks during the Cuban iiiissile crisis. I would like to inform this short-sighted IITq ~ person hat I, tot one. lAits doing this very thing rn the 1950, during the mundane. banal, unpromising lisenhower sean whe, there was universal nuclear panic. If Kennedy. civil tights posture seemed moderate "hen in office, the writer netlects the fact that he faced hostile congress i.hidt passed the Civil Rights Bill of 1964 only after Kennedy's assassination and Lyndon Johnson pcI it heal application pressure. Need I also remind this writer, and others who may think this way, that Kennedy not only isv. hope to the needy but food. otiered the south ot this country an opportunity to do something constructive through. ror example, the Peace Corps rather than through nicre hollow commendation Kennedy took a stand in Rt'rlin and the (ermon people will never forget hi,,, or it. And I Kennedy motivated the south ot this country to niatch In the streets to end an unjust ~Aar abroad and injustice at honic, I applaud this inspiration. It was the candle light marches that brought in end to the war. fbi kissinger s.ho. by the iv. history now shows to Ii LIVC Ieen sotije'. hat of Ituw k on V let Nan,. and it dM1'' il blacks beMai, burning their own homes and manifesting courage and pride in their blackness that white people listened. EVIDENTLY THE WRITER DOESN'T REMEMBER when blacks had to sit in the back of the bus. hut I do! JFK was a nijilionaire who dared to give the working inn' importance and renumeration. (To this day I 'till remember my father weeping before the television set, a lost look on his raoei Since Kennedy', murder, hard mets have come to light indicating that he stepped on niziny toes in the iaoverninent. Ihese recently released. littlcknown details of a possible conspiracy within our cnn government establishes that there were persons unknown who wanted him destroyed. Bin a dream, a hope shared by so many cannot be destroyed unless we allow it thin ourselves. Indeed. Kennedy's killers were just is shortsighted as the writer it his diatribe in thinking the man and the dream are the same. I. for one, hope in my lifetime the truth will be tonipetently and honestly revealed as Ic the dr cmstances surrounding the execution ut JFK vonne V. Sapia 'AS Accidents can be prevented EDITOR: Bike paths and sidewalks have been built tar ~0hI on litany streets in Gainesville. Look for them: hem. t rat lic is ol ten very he:iv~. a, you kno,.; but ia4dents can be prevented. Adelaide 'idle The Independent Florida Alligator Sh.l. Omp.r bt.flalnnwn, Editor Gary Salencfl Mactin Editor Eric Irvin WI,. Editor Ow~ Po,,.r $pfl floor Torn Shvd.r OIiphont is here ~A ThY ALL MAMUNDI t r L

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PCg. 2. Th. ndp.nd.n*FIoidoAItIgoor Monday A~rIi1 ~75 Grass roots oil shortage! may solve ,pollution B. SLSAN 0 Alligator S,.ff WiN Writer intl be [ I I', ~r'iil (It I in it alt In' em, titinti irict 'Cs I reited IXberctter OIl I{hris[tIiiIilIiItt rt(Iikc pUhlLILIOn iriblent intl help sgl~e noilti I~jd shoriwts ill n he roots LII wi'' Nttentii\ it I IN InStIlute II I-pod \~rit.ulqur.il ',tteti(es II lAS) are r~ Ircess I ~tti'ertin~ nitrogen rum the it' hcre into I sable kit ii ''er turin IT IS ACCOMPLISHED by nectnw I rains I bacteria into root' it grass Alter I ht~ ii ection. nitrogen is nat urally lornied in the root' inil can be used a~ lertiliter ii rrcntly, 'cnn barrels of oil ate required to produce one ton at art flew I ii tro1~en Icr iihi~cr According~ to a report tot the National Academy of Sciences by Georn S. Hammotid. their Eorebgn Secretary. reducing the iced br mineral frrtiluer could mean a tremendous reductIon ifl oil consumption And he a moor advanceTnent in conibatting the energy cr1.1,. pollution problems and food shortages. DR. 3.11. WEST, assistant dean of research for WAS. 'estimated agriculturalists could save 180 million on I~rtihizer in ose year tbr grasses in florida alone. if biolo~~caily produced nitrogen replaces the anificially produced mineral. Eniphasis in ressesreb on bacteria-treated grass began in florida last year by Johanna Deobereiner. director of a BrazilIan research pro~~rom working incoordinatia, with IFAS lis~o~cre{I the Iii~hc',t liitlt)~Cli li~,itit,,i ritc It, I ins' ii., I ILCKILY. I ut%'dl.I L~ras, 5 plenitittl in oral., ti(I itopical ,ire~i% tIlt "trid It can It. used to IaliIde I,~esinck pa~ttircS .inul rotated in ri,' rt~p% LI cli as rice. corn. LttcW iiiii stwtr LJT1C. Ixicterti treated I rans~ iii iii crc';' I' ,ctl I F A S ri,~tarchers niLIM it tea ii mc h a maca crisdc~ such .t~ its i~ro~~ I h increase tinder ilitferen: conditions. irid the in itit I nil rcwe.~ Into the ~oal icr ute by other platit. I he plant Ii natIon 1)1 nitrogen dIsco~erv IS an ni~,ortant breakthrough. but only a scratch in the surface of research that ,.ilI toIlo~ .said Di West. THERE ARE 3.000 other grass genotypes hich ~re potential nitrogen lertalizer troducen. WAS is seeking an nternatonallv-funded proparani so expand research 'u this ares. and presently needs S4O.O~ to continue research on the Transyala grass. Election session set Student Election Commissioner Grej Fjholn, will be anIwerinA questions about the new cicetlo, laws today from 11:15a.m. -I p.m. nd4p.m.-lp.mAnroom Jl6ofth J. Wayne Reltz Union. Candidates and interested students atay offend. Enhoim requested that h~ fellow coqnmtisloners also attend. a GATOR LOA Present CARNIGF The Biggest Mid Featuring The George I TONIGHT THI ROTC DRII OPEl Daily * * ~FUND LAS '75 * * way Ever! lanneford Circus ~ a RU 4-12 1L FIELD1 12Noon 5 pm Weekei * A -a. p 1 W3~TAUULAR V ** All proceeds go to student * loans and scholarships

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The Independent Acrid. Mi MasSey. 7. IWS. he. IS Epoch Producing Corp Prewflts &4~ C I INDIAN DANCE PERFORMANCE Sponsored by the J. Woyn. Relti Union, Asian Studi. D.partm.nt Public Functions ond th. Arts and Sci.nc.s Student Council An Indian donce performance featuring three traditional cultural dances wdl be presented in the Wayne Red, Union Ballroom at 8 150 m on Anril Anjola, the performer will be giving her first performance in the Southeastern United States. Admission is free, however those offending the Indian dinner will get reserved seating NOlAN DINNER 'N D.W. GRimm's MORTAL CLASSIC AiarnasFihsRdeau MON. APRIL 7 is's Mum AUDITORIUM wit /A In coordination with the dance performance, the J. Wayne Reiti Union wall sponsor a dinner of Indian cuisine. The dinner will precede th, performance and will give people or~ opportunity to become acquainted with food and music of Irdio. teseived seots for the dance performance will mod, available to those attending the dinner. be Beginning April 7, tickets wlI be on sale at the University Box Off ice (Constoos Theotre) from 12:00 to 4:r p.m., Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be available at the door. Phone 392-1653 for riservotlons. tickets are $4.00 students. forU PANTHER PANCHALI of F student., S5.sO for nonCREATIVE COOKEHY WORKSHOP F.olunng Iii. pmvorollon of Chicken puMa a Bagdodi.nne (Persian chicken ood rice dash) by %%l.t Boa.I, Wednesday April 9. 7 .mn. This is the fire part of Satyajit Ray's chronicle of a Bengali family and the boy Apis. The tory deals mainly with Apu's fsher and his struggle to support his family in their ancestral village. The performanCes from the largely non-professional, cast are outstanding. Especially notable is the acting of Ciunibala Devi as the aging aunt. In Bengali with English sub-title. WED., APRIL 9-7:~; FLOOR AUD. 3912 UNION A*AQdDO ROOM WIOCHION SPECIAL SOUP AND SALAD SAD $1.50 Homemade Soup Make Your Own Freaks Ovw Salad Choice of DISuIngS Condiments Predi Sliced Bread Coffee of tea Served Mmday ibmugh Friday 11:20a.m. to 1:30p.m. Fin Renrvofion, or. required. Call 3fl. 1655. ~ ~ 4 ~ to hold o in, frrollment is limited, buoy ond make resyahoo. S000. PRIME RIB DINNER SPECIAL Tuedoy. A~ B 4:50 90 7:00 p.m. Roost Pyim. Nibs of Beef Beked Potato Tosed Salad Rail and Bolter Small Beverage $2.25 plus tax Na Er*o Charg, for Meal Plan Sporso'.d byte J Wayne Reift Union and S.qvo.n.kn I8 NON CREDIT COURSES R.9,sirot'on I or oil worlct.op. ond Iessor~5 wiii talc. ploc. in Roon, 330 from900on, to4OOpni .MorchJI 'hrough4nl II. Student, faculty ond stoff mcml,.,, ond tie,, sj~ous.s wall hove priority for esson enroll,,.,,, Iron, March 31 Ibrough 4n1 4. Qly of icr 4vst'me will regestrohon be open to oth., persons Due to pr.c. and regastrotion dfI.,entoIs 'twill be n.ubo'y ttiot coch person come to register with appropriate ,d.ntflcolion, Enrolinient for andividuol class. is limited and. Iherofore, on o rst come first-served basis Persons moy only register for Because r.g.stro~on for oIl workshops and lessons is limited. we nus* consider your decision to enroll final by 400 pm he working day preceding ihe first idieduled 'los, Refunds wilt .wly S. nmnde under teas r.frumstonr.R ThIS A' OP SONSM .)., 4'd h S May 27 ~3~p," INS It IX TOE T.,,y Lb'"i S2fl~Non Studr, AsnQay I Th~,n A~q'I I~ Moy fl I ~ INSThtjC Y~ n.i.h. Jo Muiieo SIC ~ S'ud.r is -at--,., W.4 ApnI *AAey 2* ~ S~ ~p N. #4IRLJCfl Oav'4 Cochiun. SIC~lud.M. SI M~ Stu$.nft 'A-. Wed 4.11 I~Moyfl I *5 -1-fl Mde.4 -s 1000 SuMnt ~8~l~J aliAs. Wed 4cM I4Mcy2t 7 iAS SUC 1W Mn ~yd~ 5' ~sk,&McMon Aeui 4 21 2* 7 flitpm I iVflUC 1W bn.Iy Ii. In~~ Si ~ ss.*., ft M~~N" ~Iude'% Wed 4'd l~~'* ~ flq ~p B iN S YU uC Iin, 4,C.fl.n slow si.,-~. $iNNr S~ -vaa 'a 4d6 ISM.v p flaw -Si*0 5-i. Si ~SM.n Swd.ni. -'mm ,i~ltA~s t7,M~ so 2*~ X ~ an -N4Ia~ *i~ t~a St iN N~ ked.nt '~I~.oeay witcI.cmMT SOC*~ MOMA~C U. Apr.i ii Moy 2' 7 Z 9 Z p i.SpuCt~ 0,&k, Jo Muijen $10 ~ ii iii ~Non Students "-(As -'aa I u.s 4ni iSMoyfl I ~ pm N S IUUC TOE Ciw$i. uA 510 WIft.d.nw 5,5 m A1. *.d. ~MWA~M~iO MW TSISA*IOM In. 4n~ I~Mmy 27 I ~i ~0 p -s-crFinnor t.sN.i.r Si S ~ Ittj~ii. 53O~Nofl 64.ei. Mon ApdII4AA.y2* I ~ itismuco Jon kfrvw,* SIOSiud.aft $*~00Ne. 5'aiM.,q ma Mt Wa 4t' I.AA.,r .5 ~p .n IMs1Thxn 610,ud.n,. SIS~i4.n 5t4.ns '-'mao Thur. 4cM I~M.y29 ,t., ~p'"'mu',hil Sch.c $IaCoigudrft 51$ ~Non S'ud.'~ CtE Nfl WVA& Ta 4$' ISM.y fl r, ~, ,~ ~'SThtJcn T@~ -I wa.A~t~~~ 7 S., Mideel LJf*y S"w"o, Std.ni! V C'. t Thu.t 4.1117 May24 *f*M, ilidnn wnmucfl ~49* i-s Sal Non StM.n. YOGA Tea Sri TSMey P iOWan, 2., i"sntJcOsidedi Os'S. LION Sjd.ot ttt0NcaSud.nui YOGA W.d Ac~iI4Myfl 2*4 Zp -s-fl *IOijdfl Sm tw -bdeols * C C C C C *tl~Iflfl~3 WINE APflk I A ~ d ki p N% [I~iK T(~ Rob flv,,~etn, 8 *%~' 4 at, CRAFTh flhTU -o~s.os *Alik I A4' LX).i (~J 47 N~~K)cIc~ ,,,'du Dno~ S?2 LRj N~~'' Mon 4r~i Id-jut'. iNSIWUC tndo Lb fly $2000 5tud.n~ 176 ~ Non $IuA.ntt -"-V Moo 4$i Id-May S ,.9~pn' NITIUC 1W Virpini. 1ojo.na, $7"-flu -5~-'t Mcci May 2-June IfS ~ pm iNSTtUCfl Vprggn. Solaflion $7 ~ Iud.n is INOn S~Afl Jn.y cad 'uualai nnrn~ Moo Ap'i 4Sun.~ W4IUC TOE Linde O.fly *IS~$hjd.n% Sn ~ tJo~ ~'t,'1-" iwajy COIUCDON n a.qm.d.,., Z 9 Zn IN~tftUCtW Lndo Ooay $iB00Sivd.flts 12* ~ Non Sud.et~ -r then. Acii I? Jefle S N. $24 ~4OO Siu4.n~ warnIApn* isa*. 7 **~,m '"smuc T~ -on "rn-n. arn0~ ~gS MOy iSJun.3 I idflUCT Vi dn. ~Ae 57 ~ U ONSS Sbjd.n C C C * C 5* C * * C 'en C I I"~ITh.o 5-00 (qicnIn I Mon Sri id-Mey~ 7 *5 ~ p N. *45~C 1W G.M OSIi.J. Side SAbd.ni. ~ Sn(~mW~N) Jun 4.11 $0y21 2*, nprn Ian M@fliey SIC W$hjdfli Si$WNon Iud.nt. -i Wed Sri i4TMet N ~, ten, ~~(1W Mdoa Ocnfl "-S mutt 4.11 itMeyfl ~ ~* X p fIlm M~ .10-S-s.l's rlcn S&M.* Tea 4.~ iSMeyll ISStpm iNThUCfl -.~ 81a1.,d.ni. NEW STUDENTS Do you knew thut the EeltzUnbn hum the following sonic. Access to FREE typewriter FifE Notary Public service 2 Access to a calculator : A check -cashing service AND LOTS MORE! *t*fl.***.***.*.* .*** S.

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EVERY MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET t30-739 PICK YOUR FAVORITE' 1.I.dlon of flavor bak.d pizza and govd.n fr.d, soled. $1.59 r'n~ inn 316 5.W. 16th Ave 376-4521 AlSO NOON liME BUST I lwn-bm SIAL "A THEATRICAL MIRACLE!" -Life Magazine C N.Y. Toiiiinr, Co LIVE! ON STAGE OPENING TOMORROW NIGHT 2Showsl& IORsorvedSeats$5856 233 W. Univ. Ave. Tickets AvaIlable at RebeJ Dlscounl Box OffIce DON'T MISS IT! Nom.no,.d for II Academy Awards FOR SALE a C On LACOIC' SI Don' i~ue ~kep oot ,~ '-'etal tern's ocqusI 520 coffee tables $10 new bath rntpi 510 lewetFv poo l~ nd ''or. 378 8025 A 57 104 P1 10 ~tl On0 'ank ~l'd.nq op ,urnp lynnilL, s~ ~sond I Ites 'rote, lea pal tank dl ~ ignAl outsdo I, it., plus 'toad A ,j'otel flr both cal' 377 SOSA or Aot 52 Quarter A ST hOd Pl Iccyfie IC 'peed thIn 26 in> boy, 4.11, 'iccertiror I ,qhi -ham Icc k and ire udecil 'nntt~ol$i rail 77 SMIR for 55$ ,ci Si lus-ji' lerec ~ompoient% or ibOl luratabte cal-sit 40 writt ere's, koss pto400 hradrhone~ and she' 'pSSb speaker, I' 001 'lIope C 377 BiOS 1 St lOS 01 P~eddnq Roads Fapogemeal l~nqs I mdi 'anal or C onterrpo:ar dts'gn, of ~oa. hoire Hondrijode In ndivd,,ais tho WorM he be,. Or'g'nol work by So ''* Leodnq A, t.sts Master Gold ~'',.th and Lopids' U,,ccndii'onal 'or or.?,. (2? tE By oppointrnen. only 73 3894 a St OSo) pot tO,~ bond sow Hype or'd cent round ,,Hr a9 to, $5~ ~ fo~ both coil 92 6702 icrrm 80", to 4pm ci 475 4512 'tel pn~ and ask or do',e 'a lOt 105 20 marrrrtho 250 raduro rreel and dirt 'n~ 'p 'pi act to, mIt 'aq around school iii *1' he alter noon o.k to, or ondo 4/7 8795 '',Sl 06g. I' ,r old 'carrel. .5 hr I both hotise a Forbonk w stove and of. on', acre 'ci 23 6~ 302 0545 8 5 376 8550 oIler 6 inSI 106p' 3 Academy Avvord Nomination, ELLEN BURSTYN KRIS KRISTOFFERSON 3,5 530 Sic' DoES&T 9~Th~E 745 ,4i~JYrvJoRE ?O 00 PG FOR SALE 'n the 75 super 6,1,. 0* Super 8'Les '*75 electric start ASO Norton 127*5 I 975 0TH 60 Ducot, 52550 075 ~Aotc n' 850' 526'S New 1q74 850 Nosor~ 52J95 Used 1973 750 yanoho SI l~ 1073 250 Norton needs woik S~ plus ports pad .rvce or nlnast oh otorc yr PS Super RI CS Inc 344 i S W Ahhpi ~d 177 6901 'aSt l~ 4 l~nrc1na 40r1d 2614 cc 19 or, loll 23 l.d IC,. new I, pn~r.,t furniture rddrrj rr~i.oue rctrq low l'ce~ ,stpr hq 030 530 6 '~ay% 377 9835 i.aut'l' I r,~ P 'o~'bcv drawer chesi ,,rd,~i'oi ~ee ,r itiJ at. 6 p1 or coil 7) itt F ')l~C ,?nrflqO tale .cmlr'e ad ~li'!Ir'nQ Pap odds cvd ends $1 106 p cmli ,rrin a l0closvmoi ',''l.nr inidshPll a,. *,asi irfit. $325 a. I it 2715 w jib ,lnce .Orn!ngs only ~t Ice p ii Er~diro or MX Kowniok' Siso Sqerco (0" ord I urctable 'Sc evep pocket lope $190 roll 378 5814 i106 Pt to, ale auto cassette ploy.' wIth p.okrr. 'md two apes wrecked car 'plo,. at, Id astol $k5 or best offer 73 26S4 ,cott Or mar In St 06 Pt 'or sole Iwo 'err' I, nec, spooks,5 'ow boy odd F os old .h'oe way ~pock.r yStflir If11 377 8714 lIter 6pn' 6~ ~ '051 l06t,, nr~a.r, woi Id 26)4 ne IS rer,4 olf 3 I Id) ho, Van hod i0~ook drop sot Pp Lookrn,. i25~ organ ~ 'cko, coIn 65 ~ crib, 2S~ 377 0835 beautiful 'nap1. cowboy draw., chest I irror dl' nw 6 of 373 3616 also lorogesole this In sot & ,un tone nddren rornp'n54 stuff amps in St O6-~---------------Henley ~oridion 1074 XLC* l~ 4 Start recently tuned I &r coil tan, rift., 6 at 376-0343 to 3t 10' p} one ladie, vail ski ocket weltit used only once by litti. old lady wrtb a fetish (011373 655) between I and S pm o 2, 107 p1 ___________________ *o, ,ole sear, 26 'ntis men's ten sosed bicycle omnt condItion ho or be,, af4.r Coil shorty at 377-44% oft. S ~ in-St l0-p) nkoi reel to reel dock ploys great won'. record w op@.ox '5 lope. $I~ 9 0 penn w mad 90 lb dacron 55 renmingion electric modal I like new SI~ 313 71SS In St 0-pP 2 bedroom 'nubile hen's evp~an&ble iivinq icon, S boy window must sa Ho npp.n'ot. heoulitul panelling A 'hog dolt INp~ Vt stW*O syStem ""IM weaker., new kodak iSm, rarrero yashlor' 35,yrn w'tk Flash wrte.bed with Iromret line, all rind 'inke oiler 392 8246 Ia j I') boss ju.to, (u'id stanfise with one pikup Cherry ed w'lh hordiMli case wry toad ronditon 5)50 coil 373-S6t ls 2~pL _______ I iv'ng in, forn 3 pc couch 2 'ho., tobje 575 d.bb.e 373379) 1165110 ii bIcycle 585 1n2 _________ ISUPER BIKES, hn. pAATS-377-bQOI -At SERVICE lOAM 7 DAYS 377.0722 -6PM AWEEI( 3441 S.W. AICHM R.D. 2:06 tiM sill ltdS 9~Ah 'I I I I I I I I S a I I I II I I I I I I I I -I 'I NIGHTLY gi I'll HAPPY HOUR -7t3o.q:aop.m *I MIckoIoh.25t/qa;;S~~5/p~$c~.rL I II*IDNBSOAV NIGHT ISTYX RIVER ROUNDERS ~IdtmniehIiieqraq Q!300 m I _____________ I U nine twentyone west unIversIty II,. ca.a., emiule, i.e beeper I. a discount of 25 censI on any feed o.de, of oadoliw ~ note Oily on. c*u~en per er~n will h iseness. oil., .'~wti Stwdy 4u.l 12 '/ II 'II ml :saw wean IIj -I-fr--9SY inVMmSY Jr Tho World. II Nnad Thmmieg. 4 gi orot Sfrok Dinne.sPrcmt95ec'~~~ I p I a -------------ii I-) CON haves a coupon I ad on thisl page tori I $7.92 -:I Cal 376-4452 I -------~-n-~~ ---I -----a-10% OFF I ALLPARTSItLABoR WITH THIS COUPON I SpecialIzIng On ~;5AwerIconCa I Offer EnIrflA~rlI 22, 1975 I I HAIR STANDARD OIL ---------------ISIOtMo4n St. NeorCinCh I e 3 30 7 00 9 30 ---------~ r ----------OFFANY FOOD ORDER Sw~ nrono doII.rw 'coupon *~ FOR SALE is refrigerator 1k. new r nil 12-~28 nIt.' 3pm in 34 l~ p~ I a, Snip loro. deik 6 drower' like new $80 or bosH offer phone 3?346Q) roil inyti and ieep I' y' r'~ a 3t 0' cry I 2ir, p. sided org. %pev~el' C* big hank 0 ade rob' nets w 'o',,ered C)~ lit look md sou ad creol SI~ oil 173 2073 in St 08 pl lAttil'' Honda 50 ~too eat Cr d 8 'es ''~.r'cj St5O o, best offer Ccli QS 0370 oft 530 'c, 0 l~ fr ,IanLle rieciric hum' ti,,dsheil a,. e~plleni rord'tiflfl roll 73 2*54 ci 5,08 p' M'.n, 5 'peed 'ace' 24~ allOy tflfl~py 'r'riil ~e'v l.qF~ s.'n*~ ~il 'ornn~s and tp, ill 0707 $165 Ia 3,10891 ~ I) SOUNO All ,,ore., equp neoks,, 60 ntt~ peak cc h lurnIoble iii 4) heit lr've ~. i5(~ ca'pi.f.e' mu 378 ~5O miter 'S 30 iSt 00 p -F6R RENT or en, .pr ciur bull., garden, opt No 946 165 or 2 bed 583 ~or private in no dorraqe dep coil t'rr at 378-5093 a, 372 1881 wil subfeI lb Si 05 p} own onni $611 ''ib at pooi lound dish ~'nshor across shoppln~ cant bent 'hip hawaiian ~, I faq, 36 I sw 2 cv No 250 or 0it 370 2~0 Mole ri, SI 0' p1 NEED qnrred.alelvi 'referobly errol. namot. 583 33 ''is I 3 nIl 'ties Own 0Cm 512 nw 2nd it 5 ,,vn Ho corpu, by bike ron by 85, WALE 0OC}MAM~E NFEDEO a shot. nudity opf er~loy your Ow 'oon, tennis I OL,,,, etc 583 a "'oath jnlrnshd call M6-6W lb Si I06~l 'WN 00CM *n house $60 p.r month nIl 377 8462 ci roll lerry OF 372 928) oiw by 4546 ,,w 3 ~ed brick you ~'ii love I 163, ~ pl fliC 00mm. onied for "adorn ully *qu'pp~ poollide apt los. to campus only ~8 no I aSpi coil 3~38l0l 63I Iwo ,ootrot*s wanted a. hoLnb In SW .(t'or eros ynrd at quiet, corn plelely furnished 75 no "a icon ca~ oh,, op bob 378 6163 oft.' 900., b SF Wuon, a. ent *,.4 .4 mva. snIroac. S bath no jul viny close to ramps ch.1 SIN k *nbne quofle. all 375 'S lb )-lbp) -0*Or campus newly decoof~ studio n1 !n 5tyl4* house 51W 2b.d.oon, ne.d.*oon.rs.W SObed. p~. domog. r4posit nnd lAlilile, 371 266 lb it-lWN __ loupe IC sutles I I,, op If, howoiton vdinge $185 fuvi.h.d mmedlo.iy coil 373-79S4 hS IW-ol ape or Iwo Itinol. nnd.d to here Ig 2 liedroon, awnhou.e IS-monib if 2 .11,1% PooL oc 2 ginO consist Con,. by londrnr~k No 9o. coil 373.9W 6-)APPiL PENT FEE Ow~ con in ~r ~r 2both, a r CO,~1, talc. Iv. 3 bochs ho., romp.,. $4O-r'ionIi, toil frob -372 6458 6 II

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Met4d* AltIrfl~, Mend.y~ Aptil? I~75 Nqe I $ FOR lENT F~ flNT ,oLfle in vte fenced bad yedh nice,,. gory af~I -W7-Sb4-Ifl*1 l*e now -~O 4 utul call CAN HELP YOU Pitt A CME ~ TM~N~ Joel kidges. Realtor a 4th avenue 37747W (S ST 04 siudeflit rooms -rent by quorle. Jo conits IS nw I~h p coil 377 ~ nOW per ready for in, occu c LiST 04-P ted, wotket&yf, C-~i~ Unlit 4 Cf.on Femnole to S~d* room Viscoy $5375 + $~ deo.d Coil Apt block hen, cons pts Subat August with 094.00 90 reneW Ccli up p 373-2595 Available A.ll $135 moonlit b)-lP LIV' FREE 9811 ssI FOR DENT orge 01 for 2 5 'inn fo,,~ ~ i,,, coo4t off utilities phon. Ii rien, moid service $150 rnonih 700 W 43 ire V-4396 392~I 540 b 5.i0~ p~ 2 b.s furn i.h.d opt air iuet ~ Section titles $ '0 per month toll P7 This h 51107 p1 sent 'mall bedroom n QU'ei house NE sedan 145 mo plus A I 377970 b2~-l07pl Needed female roar,, mat. Ia sublen~e I opt near VA available now P 50 utilities 373 872I lb 3' I 07 p1 ROOM N CC4JNTRY HOME S m.i.t west of 34th on arch., $63 per rersit, depo,. utilili. avotioble 'rnr,,edoteiy ml' 372-27M B ST 04 P one or rwo forge bedronnt oinl*Je o jublel from o hr. bedroom opt or the 'ng* cree& n~s refer I iberal rois rail nfl., Tpm 3732531 lbS. Ospi lb.,oi roommate, to 'hare 2br apt ci carpeting, dishwasher other estro, nemedia. ovoiobl.,ij SqOrnn nil cell ed 3734026 )b At 100 Pt GDEAD AT THE RAT ) IEDS FOR RENT t}W!i no .~uorn yr. ~.n one block liar., EOr,,PLI color ,v pool or ,~on 372 360 lb 3, 00 p1 Ann ~R !n townhouse SubIsa. to begin .,med Rrornrnd rent for Apri tkru ''''d tune 0n enIr SilO ma All dii rod Nun, romput 178 it 53 --~ ~bt loOp) o'r roo.mnae needed tar spring 'l'initeIi ink foe., npnnmen, 82 br 70 I uid I'e~ icit urn ,i 377 8931 'b 4' 1fl6 p 'ned Ir I h country *i loge opts d w heap' is' I 'ties own room $B~ mc 'Ce niece roll 371 9636 onyInle St OS p' or teni ,oonoes wanted for summer '9 bout. ItS tar 2 196 to, I perion do rnw avoid Inter 'an, pIIrai.onopt d I or coIl 373 5398 lbS. 107 p1 raan'ate needed to there 3 bedroom house 2903 nw 6,t 580 per month nrlu 'nil,''. libemol call kevin of randy a, 3fl 0794 onysIrre no deposi' th 2,107 pl WANTED Female Qooinate Needed Own room in (use I bedroom duplex Vefy Close to tampus 88 m I 3 utility Coil 376 19621i IC ST 104-Pt ore female vvnnted to shore 3 bdr opt one hundred ii roth roster bedroom ratify eldirwor dsima at 377 OdCO St 06 p1 I or roommate, needed now 01 101,0 mark No 49 corn by otter 0 mn or roll office for unto Own corn 90 ~ *are for 47 ~ C St OS-PI reoansible Female roomnnte avers rrTi in trailer $70 rslor, tAil 7117 tw archer rd lot 2012 cell arid. at 376-1092 or 2727195 'St DSp) 3 speed ironIrrissior, or 962 Ford Falcon station wagon en11 373 249C Ask foe ED (C 2t -pt Female *oomrnote Wonted 54oiling May lit Village Park Apis I~' SW 16,h Ave Api 19 Ccli 372 ~4l (C St ICO-,WANTED 110 6 set of weight, with benchpr.ss piotfor-ti coil afternoons, 376 1001 ask or bruce Roommate. ,9riig ~umt.,, 21,dr or poo1 etc ~Io.e to canuput, the landrork 158 ~ utilities) coil 3771239 ask tar Sqb Sill a. Sieve Ic St-IN p) Male roommate needed to 'hare rent of tn bedroom -Quiet alec mO ~er month a '~ elect," bill Visit te bit 5? or roll 3flh doug (-31-IW-pl fesnole roommate wanted April rent lee67 ~O utijilies shore fun poelin Sunday brunch at brafidy'.nfie opts coil 37S-t~ alter 6 (c-SI lU-p) To buy-Pty 449 abnormal) books by Wh.te I Won coil Psy dept S92-~Cl (cIt-lw-p) Wonted Someone to uiw.e 12m52. 2 bedroon, niob. I. lion,. nedondo Village pa.1, tennis cotult 565 + kline, CII Slit 373-7455 c-St-ISp) Need I roomnaI. o*w, ,eot, in 2 be iawriti*use. dI'h~iso*., Mg npei $45 monthly jtildlsi ArhI tees he call 373-C kee trying (c-5t-lO6-p) daifriliw. Top ~ice4 paId ha, clog. rings, old ewefry, Ste crfldettlol. Call I OZZlE 373-294 (c-a-iSp) Need I roomnia own race, In 2 be townhouse, dutwosher. 'hag -WS monthly + ', uttluliel. April rent free call 373-4537 keep lryiitg (c-&-lO6~) Feniole roommate waniedA. lit Apr rent free-Catorwood A*Pool air rand 377-7914 (C-ST-WA-Pt HELP WANTED Earn $3 star oporox I hour Volunteer' male and ferTuol.) needed foe study af inielpeVIOnOl accuracy Coil 392-038 between 7 30 l~im. April 7 through IC or oppoirilment Ie 45-100 p1 Port tin,, morning Sew' routes roust hove trans pot cot bond for info call flo Iines Union 372-4451 1.-at I 00 AUTOS learn karate-new clog. ttng lue april S male female for more info ono p4oce. call ken VS0 -S los-pi AUTOS UNSEAM A~PlNf V owner ~n e~ ondi.on $XbJ r pore, S I 295 '*, ,,,~ or rood bike eye. 177 A577 condition $fl in 'oar,. $ 295 rash or rood bike eve. 377 4577 Ig 3t I 06 o I 969 Opel 'taFo~ w~0r, e~c.lien' echonicol cond rn'pg $830 or best off., Bill 373 2~3 noytirre (a-) 106 p1 9tMOC bcyc good -rileog. AMwire wheels, overdrive. en.lI.tg condil.o~. II I~ coil flS.149 p51-10501 tuibine wheels for lot. r',odel monte trio wit nnhiy $75 maci, wIl sacrifice tor Sl~ Coil 373 5294 oIler $30 pr,, Ice pl ciossit 959 A. Ii In Macfey I~-~ *1* ovedr'i.e good ,TOIO. and running gen, Socritirn ni $1 C Coil horn, 584 1050 Perry *1 ~1 gremlin far tale excellent condition $1889 ceO, or assun,. payments P0 "'OOthhv with equity leaving for *LrOP nil qeorge 373-0219 -St COP) Ia, sole 974 honda cb 25 good d~tuon 2 Helmets $475 bill 373-1617 SI lCO-~} Con (0 PERSONAL will It," yOUn lad,1 with th, blue cor 0 whom *0, tO obtt*sioyi to' running me oft th, road near Csystals lost monday please coil me? 3~3-O676 -di 06 p) Vitamins Doipho tocopiie.ols l~i U mobs Si3~Sose4,ips C In~g l~ lobs 53 50 Cinseds ~owd.r 25 ~ per lb delver.d so you ID day. Adrienne col( 377 1646 or 37&0A58 ~St 107p( 3 rots (2 possibly angora). kitten "at Ho good Non,. Food included 373-flee, keep ryin~ Ci 5504 P1 Wedding, invitatIons tier, III ~ per l~ Iwo weeks delivery Hundreds of style, Cliff -toll Ptnting. 03 N Main 376-9951 (i-fr-'OS-rI Bookpock., whtte slog speed bathing suils h.kng shorts rugby skirts Allen, Aquatic and Trail Center 3448 Weal University Ave. 373-9233 4 FR03-C) Coy Community S.vlce Center Gay rn.n oi~td *on,~n rTIeet each Thur. evening at 7po, at 07 NW 5th er colt 372 l~l to. info.notior, Ton, ft I~-I06HfLPi Are you a VielnofT, Vet? Id lik. Ho interview YOU Coil Kerik 378-9044 OV.r ~ companies now hiring cdt.g. grad. Send $2 ~ and stamped refuro envelope to iCS AM*W. Box ra2, Little River Mion, i, Florida 33130 06-P KARATE EXISItIOhi Sal Aped 2. 197$?toQprn Coinesyille Nigh School Cym 13th 5' Adults $2 ~cld St ~ ~l-p) Tomos~,o f care fo, you very much and worn us Ia be able to have hell of a good life if it it neonI to be No pressure Wongy (i-2t-1~-p) tonight is our special ponhomin,. night if you Hovent been to biltos youll be pleasantly surmised SlIbo 4Gadeif's 2 NW 6th Sh (i-It-ISO) Don't Ut rio&* you. geed health oQyl Slop smoking newt I coo help you jowl Private oppoJtm.* f~E S 372-5866 Otter S -(itdS*) ~flW thou tics in every age mid dien.oticn all divine ardinonces me ranged according I. the reqInrenieni of the time, except the low of love SoMi Writings (1ll-IWto fly Favorite h. this brnhdoy is th. bess eve' I love youIl love ci I itKMATE UNiPMS Quolity. bleached Sires 380 oii.y Sfl karate Do 1215 5* Ave bik oil 1311,54 378-7131 (I a CO-pS KARATE tISSONS Smoli Claus. $25 pee non 121 S NW 5* Ave oil I 3* $4~ Mon Ivy Sot even 7,aQ 37 7131 Ii 2ot 100-4) After we by I ~Y A pieniartlol training group tor couples A ~.eparatiOn group for couple. planning In be married ofheed by Univ Coun 'eltng Center Tundo~s 2 ~4~) April IS May 2? Call 392-1575 Group size muted Ii It CO-c Asartuveress training grout for men women Need MN Meets We&sdey, 3.5 Pr., For flare rita coil Sey or 0ev. Univ Couns.bn~ Cent., rn-tv, at 0041 Street 373.903d * Any and Everything * forsportsCars~ pgdwnSNCS week: triumph Juien Hecly DOWUIl Met pea be u.WS* Cmvi -. a. S S C *1 n.s. w,. I 7:15 9:10 ALLNEW FOUR TEC~NICOLM P~NTS BY DE LIJEE' Texas instruments] slide rule colculota( SR-SO SR-la .59,, SR-li ~~SE SR-lB 17" SR-51 $119.95 FLORIDA BOOKSTORE C1514W. Univmmity Air. (Acwss Item Lhmiy West) NIGHT OF THE and APRIL 7TH ONE NIGHT ONLY ThE MAGIC CF naawflSEEMC I I-

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I. Th. In&9.d.,t N.M. MU.v, Meedey. 4.117 ISIS GAINESVILLE'S OWN PROFESSIONAL S HOW BAND AITHE 14E SW 13th St 377-0718 MON. 8-10 rm C luE Bill WINE Girls:free Guys: $2, ~TUB VAU surimsi*is a ~twver writ coolers 1SeUIUU ROAMS ALL NI 00 'U) ~et~ OUT -J tsr r _______________________________________ I -_________ -news -a-Au .ACI~ *W' '4 *Lfl PERSONAL A 1' MAKE AN TFD TITlES ~, 'I, 4 trw ~ k A, ~ jho A Lit1 927 jaci~ hQcto~ed p., y CoJ I Edit,, nd Own' 'r,'oloqitl aver ~O veQ~ e'p.r.r'f* 107 I 0 &eek~ ~l ~vi* Isbons 9 ,oE.t end, ,e.~ by tori, k.llern. or ~t Wed p~. ?30 Pr., We.? end 20 odvonced pnhiioponr~ noR coil ion, 373-2721 it 07 nc~ LOST & FOUND v SO cnlcu loto. in ,~n on 'V VOOrT' on ,st'l, Q ~nll off., *ev.otd ~or *eu'n ,otJ J7~OS2I iSi i~ p1 F ovnd Watch ,n peobody oor" COIl or, 3723482 1131 I~ncj Io~I ntco col &hig* red EjI~ NW %eCPiOfl Anwe,' fo tokyo U.,vmd coil 15f l~pi Mont clots ring found n M S@CFOfl Strodon Hit School COIl 376~d7I9 Ho id.ntrty r I At 07 p~ n*A~O C*FERID or return of Conoc rorrero le~ u, Ito 236 nor First clan doy Call oy. 372 9322 or cave oil block femole tHat ho,, dog dcut 6S-lb, n vicindy of iwO3ov* ond 21?*rr no togs cHoker 373 ~77 525 15I l~-p~ n~r, loss a 2Iot 2~H & oniy block -Me -block floss i chin. 11. who. 0ns.,slo kin.,, reword 373 2766,1 youv. qrown to love her, u~ colt I .oy the s .Me 0 ,-l~-pp eye qlones ound by ochi,.ctur. building ot end of hntm quwter in Had block ens, coil W2-71fl (I-A ~-p~ SERVICES Mobile tune-ups including plug. points rord.nsor rota., timing colnweUJ@fl ask iinuirniin, 521. bto&. service oil 392-~fl AU. in, It I~YPC64 MEWS flOU ATTAIN QQAS S~ AC*G A$Y n4VSJC& AJC SOAk AJLl1Y~SRCylNG.NiMOBtA1fUTC Learn self-h yrc.I$ p3-au' Oondd C. Pr., C.n.fed MEN Sc~Mo clots. skating opill oIl .quirwnen' prov.d.d sol.,. ,wiee. rips, renlols air Thn, Allen Icc-bus wild Kingdom on 'V~ AlIens Az~uctit A irod (enter. ate w.v Urivenity Ave 3~39233 MIT wlfl ml StouT tie E~%lo. Super Mon Nt frSITY Cr K IA MS 3~SWAthAv. NA ~O-5J-C SERVICE PHOTOS p pjme, rind iipp %!]'6 ~E,,drj 219* Uiv Ave fii 20 41 pi _________ top. so.' AF,,ro Asia ,,o~el ~i~torir'I' year ,o~,nd ,t~deni cii. 1,or.' 4228 first ov. hick., ~o 3~4 'Cd 6~O ,-.' PE PQfPACAIIcM COV~SE necy U F IS 'ours 535, course r.pqeotobl. fret (or. h~ by 'He wcond ry or your rev back Coil l~5) BSS-7466 4-B!ido P1 _______________ SAl Ph(PA~ATIO@ COASE near U F 20 houis 170 Halt of our students 'cored or.r 6~ (owse ropeo*le It. 'Opt ,.r~Ov*tfl*flt by I,. second try or you, oney hock Mend first clan ire no obliQahior' Cell 305) 854 '66 i JOT dO Pt DlVt DOt T~TUOA& after ~9rrg ThJort.r S.end live days romping 0, ito' cci FORT JEFfl RSON Ironi#mlot.on will be provided from Key We., All scuba e~uip.nent 1,ovid.d unified d,,jes only rice Ills roll SCLSA DYNAMICS or further .n iormoyop fl3-5& MW 04 Ph inceni Bench weekend Moy 24 tip0.0 self ond personol enegy Mcrothon group in gesloll ond bioenerge.cs Boston therop4 l,,nited 012 570 colt 37317W rn-lOg -p) learn How to sew and moke you, own cloth. iNn1t teeth you in my hot',. Coil 372 3563 Reosonn~ke tot. pn-5 Jo. p~ CASES BOAPOED 116. ~aire lJad, 'or,, IF all facitities, lots of rdii, 0cm StolIt $75. Patti,. R5 376-4719 ova faq 10 l0~~i___ _______ lear, kinat.-n.t class Sorting tue O~,ii S ,TO.: female for no,. info and place roll ken VS-S ink 10) ook'ng or ci fun 5*1 woy to e.rn ~ubn~ $~C-SO Hr class include A ?oceon dives slam lust A,. I Wesiwood Middle School (n,-I. lot-cl INde a horse a, lAti OAKS SIAEU $3 ~ 'nihour iqiqIesaf koils ale. boarding 49522C (i.i Sr ________ NP*~ IOITIG Ws Cites. ,wioc Tern, Papert .a er~nced typs. no in NIIS), bin 'electric tone 3714184' ss-fl-Igl-p) usa '4 stir-p COMING SOON 00K TALENT SHOW &OOP.M. FRI-APRIL11Ih ATTHERAT FEAttJRIt4G COM EDY-SIC ITSSING lUG-ANYTHING PRIZES AWARDED eon iimmm*nu on Em cm JOE -376-7018, RICK3781221. RICK -3734824 UT ISE ISA nmmmnu 'IL Es-' CCWET p$coo Yonohe and C.jIId guflovs, .ning. and acc.mflb. MU. r.novoo.,. ant.n ~nhy, and' r.fini.kulng on gulton, banjo. end maidoling. UlIMAlE SIW BY M INN MOSS NO 4 UIU AIMUMS

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Ackersl H' MARK JOHNSON ~ll4g.tor Sports Writer wi' ill rwht Sti Rollins ( ii arcc~c ii' he chainputmshij ii elm C ,llew~tte I cull's i Iii n.tu~iir~ liNI ~v(~lTictlay I h1U~tJfl .ititl Ii i~Iiu at the Varsity cii fl's CIIJrtS LS ii true that the (liars tould miiia~c nAsictorv in 1-richays finals cniiipctiilon anti hd to 'cult hr third iluce ~ith 21 PItS bchitl(l Miami, 25' 2 un~l HIhiny ~2 BUT soY, w o~ that lotw LII do,' a IwIs Ackatr. the (jator~' P seed. ip~t kallins RayuliC kn. the nunber (tiC I M 'ear tinder pllYer iti he n~ali'n. h~ a 6 V -4 Iiidrwfl or the A (livt~ion sn~lcs title AL ker. ho ti a' seeded huh gflinI~ Into Thu tiurninient. had it pset bun h-seeled i a ml a Wert ot Rollins and sceond-seedeti Sue I pstt in it M 'anti on lhur~dav to set up yer than 11111 [Ii I IllS IS I iii I I I''' I 'tiIk~ I I I ~i.t~l LI *~Iltt~ 'I> i'ij[lc'! I 4 ro -4 It, I~,.tk her NcI'Lill aVe ii tI~c hrud IhTtc Ujilli % CO take 1w i~iwth 1< '~i N iijjlI~ a Ii~tit~h a)I.i~ci \LLL N~Llt! I tloii t IhITIL ~!Ic Uj\ ttll~ lip in 'IC! 'trilL but ilk %VtTItj till L't~c~ lint I Ill VI( 10KV inqrkr.l uk he bit~ihlfliflV ii \ilet I.~ li.~te~ r Alter 'he fliials ol Ilk A hiLbItlit ttttihIc~ liter that moriul~ hi tianluni ~ti~ ~oiandk thrashed In the ,'Iucrrlouai l~n.il~ l~ l1.'etl~ ltiekI~ arni l~i'Ilin, 6 2 i-4 l~illiri. tlilaailiitct dli itilirt. oh 1w 'arlit no. 1 Fox iciI \I'~' ~v.ILLil took lint ( ili~iLtiil4ioIilIt)cI~cIllesjflMiI ci K ltwkl~ ~tcd et another clot' LII) IlLlflhiI\ 'ii hr N (IltiMoll I he C. Ittirs 'vie welt' match eliminated null Lfliiteill till nil I llairsd;h he~ ahc~ ILrPriiIiL! ltj~I~ Acker to prO~I(lC her three etc cr~ 'leased it)i the Iotltnaniett this cir.,mtl ol ctLirstto "crc delighted iii ItidV~ in, Iicoach Sue Whaddon titt We jolt I hat Eli the panclpant% played cli. ma Rollins U.iS [hi a little too ~ron~ tot is ,\ii&l QCll be ltck tiexa 'ear, t photo by andy nvtmofl PITCHING HAS FULLER IN SILENT DISMAY Gator staff foll.d to hold leads Gator moui pound UFt~ B. MARK JOHNSON AllIgator Spoils Writ. I wryone knows that elephants never forget. but sonic Hiall~logs -the GtnrMia variety. ut least -seem to have gao4 itieniories is 'tell. lake I Aurry Inrleton, (or example. INDEED. THE UF baseball team wished they had token I ittlemot, after lie led the Gcorgio Bulldogs to consecutive fl-b 'uctorue. Friday ~and Saturday afternoon over the (jaton at Aahens loley Field. I he Gatom. s.hose current tour-gaflie losing streak has 1t-opped the lean, record to 1212 overall sand 2-4 in the Sotuthea~tern Conference, wall start treshman lefty Eric Hiller iM~iinst Jacksonville I uaesday an a 3:30 p.m. Perry Field UFtennis team curbs B. KEITH CANNON Alilgais. Spats Write. [he III(,jt(fl hove not yet *OU the SEC tennis wan. but hey .i.,k a major batik ~nd a dow one -Friday. (nach Hill Pugtef. team 'ton hair ol abc SIX singles ht~iaches aad stun-ived 'a little (lfltililes Initable to defeat sletetidan~ SEC champion a-i at t ati'ersitv ('otins. I he match was played helote he large,, UK t~ttnis crowd ol the 'car, and faits who Liltildift get in stood Mk~ng the courn back fence ~ohin, Ott. ti, SIX. "IT WASAGUJODitI, j 2~Cal 'tan? staid Potter thrnaagh a wide tktonsmile. mat lUst olmrn IS minute, ~ that snilk had been 'tat ~prcstion of cotteerittMngia had to sweep the thrax (IOttblt~ Mulches SO Wilt. laid when cgch flrntth went to itt dtcjdj,,1 thiS ut. then Acre a fn 4Sj'fl facp and (hird.,t, Smith tall ~u 'Cr ice flak ugain~ I 'VS ham, Din and D.aiep~.,5t.~0 lake .t 4! head in ah1third set of the No I match. I he Bulldcw Iuo ~teit on to win the set and snatch. 7-6. 1-6. u-i. I ha! woat Id l,~a~c made iii at Cr. eten clowr except or the match iai Np. 3. urs JIM OESCIIER .and John Kuannen splat tuebreaker .tit,% an the irs? two set' of 'heir match ~ua Ii Georgia' Joe Udits .a gad I am Dcl a tie' I he LI I*luo lost 'a chutite to end a he ictisuon I and a he an atch) earl aer 'I hen 'litv lost I -4 lead .tid dropped the khre:akerBitt the. us on handle, an the third 'cc (or .6. a-7. '-3 ctor~ hud~ alto aced abe ma it-h (or the Ga tor' alunost war *tanl.a-l~.iIf hours ufier a, had heguti Kuuuinti said he and his partner did?,1 unniedtatd' Lait,,. that their wit had trapped tap the match We geNii? tire ghat the other aa~s had been .10mM. We iuu~t Lawn baa we had ~tt'n war m.uteh. II'. (hap Brout ii and Rkhgnl Heal' tat a ikior. in their seoa~d an itch as the No ~ Iouabk~ team an c.ip~ipIttt the das \uatLI.iittt Nsut /cal.atnl 'ho recently became eligible or ,lav. returned a ~olt Ibrehand nut il reach on the last point ol the tiebreaker in the (bird 'et or a '-53.6. 7-6 victory i~~aang D.u~id Dick and Brent liii gliet THERE WERE THREE lo~t ratcheT' and three noMi-i. lt~~e 'ties iii %tnMlei. lIe I ha,Out, No. r battle 't ~ I' advertt-.ed. Mann. an a' or the liii Ildogs. 7.5. 4,4 but Juan ,la~ed him even accept or 'a I hree-g:anic stretch e.arlv in the second %Ct. ( ilI~an an M coii'i'ttilt ser~c aljcernenl 't ith accurate lie tie'. Manni probed to h.nc twb niuch ax~'t er and r:iawe br I I-, senior ,jcc. lii clii' No watch. :he ,.aiar' Pressit subdued Ilaaildov eta l,,uauler Gordon Sa,,iil~ in a t" '-hour smuggle. .s I-b. -. (II Li l~ H row t, defeated another lortiict ugh-ranked I lorida hut mrs plzi~er. (ieor~a~ iN (alibi t& 4,-' 1-2. Bro~t ii u~ot .i 'CTt iCC tat lit in.aI LitUC ~t lie irs? 'ci lot the iii lii he ~ictiid 'ci he Itit I 4 Ie.a.l an gwtlc' I. I hid ill the r 'Dogs time-point tiebreaker. He t.on the ahird set with twi, breaks. LIwon two ol the remaining three matches in straight sets. Kuinnen defeated Dick 6-3. 6-3 an the No .1 niatch, while Ocscher ran his personal record to 19U ~ ith a 6-I. ~-2 romp of Utek. Din in No. a singles. a he No. S match. (aorgiza -' Delaney defeated 2nd. Stall. 6-2. 4,2the victor~ was the (jiuors 13th straight and boosted thear record to IS-I, SO ii the SEC. Georgia is in ~-4: the loss ut ii' their lint In the SEC. JOHN KUNNJ key doubles win id, Litteton Ace 8-6 the LIbaseball (can,. Luttleton ended tip ma Gcor~a~u inatorm. and h&s been reminding the Gators if that lad all 'cawn long. his weekend. he nent 3-for-S tb ,' honn~ run .ind (our 1181%. and has gone 10 tbr 16 in our encounters ~ ath the Gators thi% SeaSOn. ON FRIDAY, the juniorcenter fielder tripled home the two 'tinning run' in the Ilith inning, then saved the ganie an the eighth with leaping catch thich robbed John Cortese of a ann-run homer. littleton. however, could not it an the game by himself, se he sit son,.' help rant the Gator pitching statE Starter John (happell held Georgag hitless through the first three innings. nit 'to' killed in the fourth and fifth by the pitcher's worst enem' -the la,.e on balls. I no walks. two singles. and a sacrifice fly accounted l~n ito BaulIdog ruins, and Bruce hirn,~ans two-run double and l)cavid Snells RBI single jidded three more as Geowa took a S.j lead an the fourth inatitig. THE GATORS STORMED back in the 111th vith five run'. highlighted by Roger Holts two-run single and David Itn.den\ awn-ruin homer to right field a' hF regained the lead. b-S. Bitt an the bottom ci the inning. Chappeil walked the iirst ago batters to set tap Littletons games. inning triple. I he base on halls proved ilceasive once again in Saturdays utanle. with the (Witon taking advantage ci tour tint-inning a a riple, zand ~a single to build 4-0 lead. AFIER GEORGIA GOT on the hoard wath a run in the second inning, the Caters banked on 1181 bits by len-v Jones and David H.asell an the third to build a commanding 61 lead. Bait it itl, sit, out' in the BualIdoM iourtb. Georgia rallied for a,~., run' on three singles and a ground-rule double to make he score li-I. Afler littleten hit a solo cit field home run in the fift. the hailldoics pitted together' nalk and No singles with two outs in the sink to narrow the (jaw, lead to b-S and drive starting pitcher Craig Pippin out of the box. FRESHMAN MIKE McCarthy came an and stalked the irs: halter he Iaad to load the base. then Littleton struck mnce figoin with an 1181 single to tic the game. and shortstop Hiahbu Wilson followed nith aground-rule dotible to drivel. he tnt. 'tanning tallies. I-iit.@I I-ri~Iav. runs and No of Satuirdays reached base 'a it ailts a. (knot pitchers allowed 14 beset cit bails for the 'erie. I he stotY ha' yielded mat amazing 34 ~aIks in the last mu, ball gaiti. along. We 't:akcd our pitcher. to good leads both dan. and both dots we let abe lead gn nov free tiC heed Coach Dove I-taller sighed. 'We staved in both bill Names and-came back. tot thats baseball, ise just did&t nt the l~Io. Our hull c$uib has certainly done nile they plSd am reid. We conic through with six runs each day bd that" 'tiplIOsOd to be enouugtf he said. 'Airfl no itay Georgia s.n supposed in s~ an etthcr one of those ball games, hut the pit hia,~ tOt .atlI~ajst.I. tings all there it to at. a. UPS JUDY ACKER bostwin ever The Independent / (~C>flTn Florida Alligator / OVK)I
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, Pu1.IS Th. Ind.p.nd.n* Flovido AilIgosor Mondoy, ApdI U.S. B. CHRIS (iARRIT~ Alligator Sports WrIter AC KSONVII [ f -I I retltiig cach orrect hen K %Jid t hc U S rvt Ii" led rn had ,i good chaince ol ~iliii n~ their match lb he po~ ert ii wrestlers I hc~ diii I rcT,,ilfllflg nine ONLY MEl. rsist.int ~i,.ich at LI)Lil(t dent the I reeg' ler~ ho r.'c k ihrve ',mn~ l-vida~ ni,&h Grab a beer [S ill LitL h eji the ~cn I ro. 1St So~ met eti iii, I .11 ihe 'borscht I K kson' lie ( ItNCiin~ \rni Utnlfl) &a(Iuitc ol I i)l~cssit~ ot Wtshingti~r,. did in tine ~ Ic is he clejejteil World ( hanipioi \iktor No~ whiko' ii, I he 184)5 'oil rid lout Hetote Hen Iro's ii arch, the had iretied hroii gh the I~rst s x ii turn on thc the grand ole game Alter six weeks ,n the sunny chines 01 Florida and Arizona. the major league n'~nagen have Ibmlly decided who's on first and what's on second. Ihe 'wim suits and sunglasses are being packed iway until next March. it's lime now to get down to business. Yes, the ~*nd old gan~c of baseball is moving north to *)PC15 itS 107th season on April 7, and everyone and his genie is deciding who will be drinking chainpdgne this October and who will not. AT LKAS1' A DOZEN teams -maybe more 13M.ire to contend for top honor~t lour that year, but there are deserve special at tent ion: 'he Baltimore Orioles. New York Y~,nkns, los Angeles Dodgers. and Cincinnati Reds. Oakland would normally be listed among anybodys list of top contenders. but the los. of Jim 'Cattish' Hunter means that the A's once solid pitching staff could have serious probleni. lot the tint time in years. FIte unofficial team niotto jells the story: Can the A's Survive in 75? TIlE BALTIMORE ORIOLES think not. It wasn't long no that the Orioles. led by notch pitchers IN THE I 4 5 cii~ht cl.,~ .1101 HOt' I~OIiCVI~ Ioiin~i the ~oiiw ioti~h ,i~ hs~ 5* set I It~r~.pplers in U,., U S. cant and lb t~ 0 teanhillite' ~Ii{! List ihout is nell. Frcshn~.in Ibi, Lubell, ho LV. sback So me and topsome fence-busters named Frank Robinoss and RowC Powell. "etc on top of the heap in the American League. winning IhInMs have changed. though. Slugger Lee May and line drive biller Ken Singleton jut coming to Baltimore vs~ trade, and if Jim Palmer bounces hack from last years MARK JOHNSON OPINION three straight pennants between 1969 and '71. [be pitching has remained the best in the league. but the hitters shrunk during the past three years from giants with bats of steel to munelkins with toothpicks. tlhsappointing 7-12 season. the Orioles can think pennant OflCC again. MEANWHILE IN NEW YOU, a mumction of sorts has taken place. No. Mickey (See lila/on. page 19i for Russian a cal ~eco nfl he S Ft ,IirflbIlwnt his 'car, toiind imNel on 15% hick or iiost ii he nijich losing 18-C lo X~orId (I, am ,aon N ~~rtn at Na~rigIae~ THE LAST ,,,eniber "I the I S. suuad L'S Cator seas 'A eight Mark rotten "ho lasted itmujl 1:13 of the 't~'ond period hetbre getting~ caught in cradle hold and ,,nned. Rtheris said restingg the Russians was like ', restlinM 'brick.' ''it "as nfl cx. experience. but I know jf I wrestledd then, again, I could ni~ike the core closer." saM the 1974 SEC Champion. Lubell said be 'as scared to death' before wrestling the Russians. "1 wrestled the Russians when I was a stittor in high school and got beat 22-jr said the New Youtser. I thought I was going to get pinned, and at one point in the match tho.,ght 'a, wen pet my arms twisted off.' TOTIUN SAID he was amazedd' at the strength of his foe. II win it S bit dII!erence." he said talking about his iCier old opposit. AIo~ with the Gator trio GARY SCHNBW .as the Kentucky trio. And like the Gatot threesome the~ ,ll lost. Kentucky coach fletche, CarrIon hi theIst 33 seconds of his match when Pet, Surlkoy lifted the I ponder off th. mat for takedown and a 5-4 victory. CARD'S LITTLE hrsheJoc. who Isn't so hill. at 1t3. Ioud.t hard but lost 4 2. Schneidey. who was pleased with the experience the meel gave his 'ratlers summed ii tip. 'We wrestled the best ir IF,. wcwld tonight.Thcv were lust j-at.** r t&1 fjr o&tGvb a 5th Ave. atthecomerof 12th St. SUICIDE AND trnsis INTERVENTION SERVICE 371MM '~#1

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0 Notice of Rates Revisions to Subscribers of 0 S Unwersitg Citg leleulsion Cable Co. Inc. The Gainesville Alachua Countg C.mmunitg Antenna Television Revised Franchise Agreement April I a. MONTHLY CHARGES 1. Fiv dollars ($5.00) per month for the outlet to each subscriber, 2. one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per each additional outlet to each subscriber, 3. FIfty cefl ($.50) per month for local when such service commences. II'975 first cable month for origination b. Connection fees. Connection fees shall approximately equal the cost to the Company for the installation of cable, connectors and outlets; provided, in no event shall the Cornpony s connection fee far a standard installation exceed the following: 1. Where the service drop is already in place at the subeciber location a one-time charge for: .00), (i) The first outlet connection of ten dollars ($10 (ii) Each additional outlet connected when the outlet is connected of five dollars ($5.00). (iii) Each outlet disconnected at the customer's rec of five dollars ($5.00). (iv) Each re-connection after a disconnection failure to pay the Company of five dollars ($5.00). (v) Relocation of service of seven dollars and cents ($7.50). first luest for fifty 2. Where the service drop is not in place at the subscriber location a one-time charge for the first outlet connection of fiftesi dollars ($15.00). 3. For each additional outlet connected not otherwise covered by this section a one-time charge of seven dollars and fifty cents ($7.50). C. Deposits from Customert A deposit may be collected by the Company from its customers to secrue the payment of the monthly fern hereinbefore specified, but such deposit shall not exceed the total of two month's service charge. d. Any deviation from the above rates and charges must have the exprns approval of the RUB. e. The ~A be the right to approve any other charges made by the Company. k IN. as lit OalnnvlIIc Pubik Llbrnu md n U U CA TV CITY TELEVISION ECOI PANY, INC 522 N.rth Main Street, GaInesvIlle Florida Th. ind.p004*ot floddo AJIIgo,, Mondoy A$l 7, 1975, P. ly M ojors fl I'~2' I \tnr!c Lihi Whitc~ I-~,rd h.ae I, lot tOilit hack to lead the ~ inkc~ to their trillionth W odd (hum I)eon ~hiI). l~tit tell anyone in Shea ~;~dneni -he~ woni l'clie.e ~ou. Bohh. Hond~ tend J in, I limier hae arrived, and lot I the liv rime qnce 1*4 the ~ ankec~ ma' ha. C a WriOtiS shot .et 'nnnnI~ the World Series. I he Yanks tire not .~ without 'robleni~. l~o. ever, the .me being the truesreon~eb;e status of all-star eitherr I httrnten Munwn. A "inter of handball has left Mrin.on with a 'ore right Iehro.ingl hand, and considering his ~,rni prohlem~ or test season and the kick of a t~ood backup catcher -.elI. eunher ten millionn could be tougher than lot or Yankee tans think. In the National Lca~ue West Cincinnati and Los Angeles are tunin~I up for their tmnnual tag of 'tar. ,Aith the winner standing an cxLellent chance of niaking the or Id ~crIr% THE DODGERS ARE 'I ro,,g in c~ Cr, ~ni Cit ~utt h .111 C~LclICiIt bitch ti~ hoot 'iii their hopes tGr thn~ 'ca'on ,in'~ rest on ihe arm of Iet*hu,,der I otnim john. 13-3 It.st Jul~ ,'hen an injured elbow sidelined I. mi for the ci" a i nder of the %Cason If lohn sin. jet returning. Welter AIton .ill have to dig into hi~ bei Ilpet, to find Ioterih 'toner behind the capable three.omc iii And~ McsQnmith. Don Sutton, nd Dot, Rate. Cincinnati v ill leariere tour gold ~Iove winners en et~ stargmnR lineup this 'ear. the Reds hi*gest problem is still a defensive one. Dan l)riessen. ,.lo gave Sparky Anderson nightniarn 'aith his erratic play at third ban last 'eason. .ill not return to the hot conier this season, leaving acnc~ .hich could ettuer en otherwise brilliant infield. I he Reds stature a 'olid nucleus or .280 bItten. excellent 'peed, and better. han-average pitching 'taff which could be bolstered it en NoIte II 11.1 kc~ .i 'tic tel ceo' e, I miii his I Q72 'rut, ,roblct,,s. IN THE NI. EAST, the Pittsburgh l',rate~ ,.ill I.e I ten' Pt ing to .~ in their fifth di, isional risk en s,~ 'ears witl, e~ceIlent power, no 'peed, and lout pitchers coming oft ttre', operate 'oils. Mean., hilt. he Pbillies will be leattireig an c~cellcnt starring rotation ol Steve (jrlton. Jim I.onhorg. W.eyne I. itchell. and Dick fttethven. sonic pnrty good 'peed, and decent bower with Greg I teinski and Mike Schniidt. I he Huts could 'liii use a cenler-Iieldcr and 'nine bullpen hel1, behind ne,.lytectjuired I ttg MiCra. but t~r tcum has the best infield in he league to go 'tith the best startinK pitchers in the division. Ihe pick here is Ins Angeles over Pluiladelphia and Baltimore over Oakland en the playoffs. tith the Dodgers .inning their lint World Cham1,ionship since 965.

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Peg. IS, Th. nd.p.nd.n* No.lde Aillgoer, Mondoy April VS U.S. B~ CHRIS (AARRI Alligator Sport. Wi wrestlers [TY riter JA( KSONVILI F -I Irestling each Schneider 'as iiartialls &irrecl '.hen he said the U rcsthnM team had a good chance ol ~pIitting their ,iiatch ith the p'o~.ertuI I hc~ did I hr I S .ii~gtei~itciii 00 nIle while he ltgssin. s';cp~t he I IV ,ilJiITW 011W ONLY ~1Et Wuiro. .ini OtCh it I S U 0111(1 dent he Sm ci lrcc'I~ lcr~ who rackci up lhrce pins F-rida~ iight it he Grab a beer 'borscht I ic ksoi,~ lIt ( olisciiii, ad ktniro gr.uiuitc meisit' ii Wishingion it in line ~ Ic is he Icleated World I hanpion V ktor Ni,1 o~hiko' it, he I ~() 5Helore Ucn I ms ni' cli lie had breezed through the lirsi si' matches. turn on thE the grand ole game Alter 'ix weeks in the sunny cIime~ of Florida and Arizona, the mulor league nianagen have finally decided on first and ,.hats on second. The ~t.im .uits and sunglasses are beinM packed nay until next March. its time no~ to get dot.n to husitiess. Yes, the Mrand old Maine of baseball is moving north to open its 107th season oil April 7. and everyone md his genie is deciding who 'ill be drinking champagne this October and who will not Al LEAST A DOZEN team' -maybe more ligure to contend for top honor, this Pour that naT. but there are deserve special attention, the Baltimore Orioles. Ne~ York Yankees. los Angeles Dodgers. and Cincinnati Reds. Oakland ~ould normally be listed among onybodys list of top contenders, but the loss ot Jim Cattish Hunter means that the Ms once solid pitching staff could have serious probIem~ lbr the first time in years. it~c unofficial team niotto Idle the story: "Can the Ks Survive in 75? THE BALTIMORE ORIOLES think not. It flSII t long ago that the Oriole. led by notch pitchers .1 pin it I 05 5 IN THE 1145 '.cwhr iLi~~ Rob l&h~rt' loiind he going lokigh .i~ his Snuet opponent ~ted a "in, Hi 1,erts ~ one I three I F grapplers on hc t' S. cirn. in~I his two ean'ivate' did Its thout is ~elI I-reshuii.iu lhn Lubell. uli., I N. sback sonic topand sone lence-busters named Frank Robinson and 'hoog' Poi.ell. were on top of the heap in the American League. i.mnrnng Ihings have changed. though. Slugger Lee May and line drive hitter Ken Singleton are coming to Baltimore via trade, and it Jim Palmer bounces back from last years MARK JOHNSON OPINION three straight pennants between 1969 and 71. The pitching has renjained the best in the league. but the hitters shrunk during the Past three years Iron, rants with bats of steel to munchkins "ith toothpicks. ,li*p~intitig 7-12 season. the Orioles can think pennant once again MEANWHILE IN NEW YORK. a murreclion of sorts has taken place. No. Mickey (See Majors. par 19) for Russians ii, 'he Si-C t'n'rnairctlt this 'ear IoUfl~l Oil Iii~ l)~iL~k ci most \VorId Ch .~ i~ pin', N z'sr'' Ia Nj snil a ci THE LAST ,,,cnI'er of the I S. ~.jutid as Gator I~e~ii iiieiMhi Mark rotten "ho Listed timitil 1.13 ci the 'econd period before getting c:lu2ht in a cradle hold and p~ 'tin ed Roberts ~oid wrestling the l~iisst&nn~ i* as like wrestlingg brick. 'It as a ne% LXlerience. Intl I kno~ if I wrestledd them ~igain. I could make Alit score dowrY said the 1974 SEC Cbampion. Lubell said he 'as scared to death" before .&reslIing the Russians. I wrestled the Russians 'In I was a senior in high ~choot and wt beat 22-I." said the Ne'. Yorker. I thought I '.n jiwna to get pinned. and at one point in the match thn.ght I was gOnna get my arms twisted off. TOTIEN SAID he t.as amazed" at the strength of he. foe. "II years is a big diIi~nnce" he said talking about hIs 30-year old oppenal. Alosig with the (late trio GARY SCHNSW I phai 'as the Kentucky trio. And like the Cater threesome they ~.ll lost. Kentucky coach Fletcher Cur, lost In theta 33 seconds of his match when Petr Surlicy lifted the 198 ponder off the tnt 1w a takedowit and a 5-4 victory. CARD'S LITTLE bothevloc.*ho lssVt so little at 163. fought hard but lost 42. Schneider who was pleased with the expalencc the meet gave his wrestlm summed it up. We wrestled the best in the world tonihtThey were wit great." r $1 5th Ave. atihe corner of 12th St. SUICIDE AND CRISIS INTERVENTION SERVICE 3784444 (-C, I

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4 Notice of Rates Revisions to Subscribers of 0 University Citg Teleulsion Cable Co. Inc. The OainesuilIe Alachua County Community Antenna Television Revised' Franchise Aqreemen April 1,1975 a. MONThLY CHARGES 1. FIve dollars ($5.00) per month for the first cable outlet to each subscriber, 2. One dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per month for each additional outlet to each subscriber, 3. FIfty cents ($.50) per month for local origination when such service commences. b. Connection fees. Connection fees shall approximately equal the cost to the Company for the installation of cable, connectors and outlets; provided, in no event shall the Company's connection fee for a standard installation exceed the following: 1. Where the service drop is already in place at the subeciber location a one-time charge far: (i) The first outlet connection of ten dollars ($10.00), (ii) Each additional outlet connected when the first outlet is connected of five dollars ($5.00). (iii) Each outlet disconnected at the customer's request of five dollars ($5.00). (iv) Each re-connection after a disconnection for failure to pay the Company of five dollars ($5.00). (v) Relocation of service of seven dollars and fifty cents ($7.50). 2. Where the service drop is not in place at the subscriber location a one-time charge for the first outlet connection of fifteen dollars ($15.00). 3. For each additional outlet connected not otherwise covered by this section a one-time charge of seven dollars and fifty cents ($7.50). C. Deposits from Customers. A deposit may be collected by the Company from its customers to secrue the payment of the monthly fees hereinbefore specified, but such deposit shall not eXCeed the total of two month's service charge. d. Any deviation from the above rates and charges must have the expoins approval of the RUB. 0. The AtE ha the right to approve any other charges made by the Company. knit a, eke GaInnullie Publir Llbritu igid ii UC SITY CITY TELEVISION ECO PANY, INC 522 NMd~ Main Streel, OalnesvINt Florida Th. ind.p.nid.nt F4od4. AIilg.tor Monday. 4r117 197j Peg. I' Majors Fvtnp, I~dQc (A) V I IT ir intl White~ 1-ord haic 'Os ogut back to lead she ankee~ so their sensllionth W odd Chum plonsh p. hut di,,s tell insone in Shea ~adiuni -hes ssonr heliese 'cii. Hohk Bonds and Jim ilui flier ha' e arrived arid lor he inst t ine since I 'fth4 the dtikee~ nias have a 'Criotis 'hot at inning the World Series. I he Yanks are not iilhcut prohlen,~. hos.eser. she hii~gess one being she 'ILae~taonable Mains of all -star catcher I hurnnun Munson. A "inter ot hoodholl h~ss cit Murn~on tuirli a sore right (ibrostang) hand, and con'idering has arni problems of last 'ca'on and the 13ek ol a good backup catcher -~eII. number ten millionn could be tougher than lot of Yankee tans think. In the National League West. Cincinnati and Los Ani~eles ore tuning up for their annual lug of~ar. s.ith he innerr 'tandins an cxtellent chance of making the 'I Id Series THE DODGERS ARE ~Ir()Iw in c~ci-~ position. i, ii C ~L cI ciii bench stb boot hut their hopo~ hr s h I. %taon in as rest on the urni ot lefth;inder I omm~ John. li-A I~gst Juuls hen on inured il1o" ~ideIined hi,,, br the esnainder of the 'ea'on. If John k ~lcs. in returning. Walter Al~ton ii ill have so dug into hi~ bullpen so md a bunk ~aner behind she capable shree.orne ci And~ Mes~ersrnth. Don %utton. and I)osig R~.ss. Cincinnati Ill leatusre tour voId dove *"nnen in I, 'larting lineup this 'ear, but the Rcd~ higgej problem is 'till defensive one, Dan [)ries~en. who gave Sparky Anderson nightniarn "jib his erratic play it, third l'ute last season. s.iil not mum to the hot corner this season. Ieovinu sacanc~ hich could mar an othen.ise brilliant infield. I he Reds featore ~oIid nucleus of .280 bItten. cx* .ellens 'peed. usnd a betterthan-average pitching ~.ff which could he bolstered if LtA~hul wo'et' tro,,i his I~72 I r'~, grobleni'. IN THE NI. EAST. she Pittsburgh Pirate. ~ ill he tti~~ pittig to ., n 'heir fifth tin ~iwal isle in ~i' 'can ith excellent flo~tcr. no qeed. and tour pitchers Abfltifl~ oh arm oscrations. Mean~~ bile. the PlijIjies .ilI he featuring an c~ceIIens 'ratting rot&si.ogt of Sieve (anion. Jiaui lotibong. Wayne I .utchell. and Dick Ruthven. ~wic prctt, good 'peed. and 'leant po.er ,~uth Greg luiinski and Mike Schmidt I he PlijIs could Mill Use a center-fielder and some bullpen help behind newlyacquired lug McGraw. but she learn has the I'est infield in the Icagtie so go ,.ith the best 'flirting pitcher In the (I iii'dOfl. I he pick lucre ,s Angeles "'Cr Philadelphia and Baltimore over Oakland in the ptayotl. 'aiti, the [)o~1gei, .tnning their lint Woild C)mang'ionship 'ince 1Q65. 94 I a.

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Pug. 20 The Irtd.p.dent florid. Alligator Monday. A0riI 7 19'S Regents to study hiring B. DEBBIE IBEHI Aillastor Staff Write, A *~t~ ritlec, hIrL mniversil' presents mod he LhmnceIlur he Slate I im'er~~t~ S~~tcnl Iti he~ Vc&ir contract,. wnh,~. able onl~ upon aIu .rc on II he thu ~mdered l,~ I he Board ot IkMcni% totIu~ .11 .1 n1CC#OI~ in I aihihassec I hrer ilteriat Lw ~~O~O%4il% '0 iflCrC~t cnrIlncni (lurlflM the ~unrncr quarter '. ill be pre~entcd It, he regent'. but Corporate wcretor~ Hcn~trx C h&indler said be expect' chancellor Robert Mault go recommend xr~IponnR .4n~ action mlii Mj~ A RECOMMENDATION to reduce the limitation on lrt~bniar enrollment by IS mr cern .11 .ilv, he tlekrred until the reMent' uext ticctn~, (handler ,amd. I be flve-y.,ar conrad propo~aI ~ould ncludc oaluntion~ ol the 1nvdeiut~ bod the diancellor tin the ha~a~ of their past perItwn,.gnvt,. I lnd~r the pre'enc ~nrem. the officials ,~~rvc at the pIea~ure ci the ,nent' until they ~oluntariIy retire. MAL1Z HAS SAID the proposed rule till 1,rtndca Mtzacetul .aay rot the board and the prc~idcnl' to ialk bout the oh they do. a *. -iw* ~. Md. h.ee 0~~C. -~e frtw w *0 *6q~ ny~ U SWaMI nt-lu. nna 05W1A1e -74," GOTA DRINKING PROBLEM? OR THINK YOU MIGHT HAVE ONE? 377-1445 or 372-0421 hi I~2tt1d I oili'~ 'ill icjort It lilhiLt hhLhltiL~h~L 8ht!L2ijlli~% bunt1 \ her ,i t hree'ear rc~ e~ period. pro~rani' ich he "tim her ot ttt'Mree~ tell helo~ a ~tt minim in, lila, her were ~Iaced in, ;,robacion. THE MAJORITY OF UPS it, under* prodticii' e dcuree IrovruTn% are part ol the ln~ttt tile it Iood tnt ~KrcuIturai Sewac,. Chandler said an' iro~ram on probation or three cotmecuine 'ear' "ould be ~uh~tt to in n-depth gad~ on '~ whether it ,hould be L.Lncelled or absorbed into another po~ram. I he regent~ "ill aiw con~mder nodt~i,~g a rcRent% rule rCM~rdiiw LflhdentIaI~fl of ~crmdcng rvtord~. to make it comply ~ it?, the 1974 Rckk'~ Amendment. I he amendment reguins that all student record~ he ivatlable to ~dvdual ~tude.ts and their parents. It alo ensurts the conlidentiality ot the retort by ~tatinj no on eke. t it?, cetal ii exception~. may have access to the atoMs n Thorn the ~todnCs consent. tInder present reRent rules, stud., records ire open to students and their panh.ts and .~uardia,~. rite rule chan tould allot access otiI~ to parents ot devcndmt students. as detained by the Intent,) Revenue Service I Florida Ployn and musk depadmaws production of On~snX U)oIls *phII 7. S-7i@ p. Con dens Theebe Singing, dancing, acting auditions Hove a prepared song Tryouts ore apr to academic and general community -p.4-s ni. my An to SAV. _________________ U 'S New In Gaines viii. op c jbtey o~o 6Pcstauhant REAL MEXICAN FOOD Village Square 2409 SW 13th St 3775151