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I UF may. take 'fringe' summer froshl

By STUART EMMRICH by UF as a way to boost summer school from the legislature to raise summer not be possible now to co-ordinate this
Alligator Staff Writer enrollment is a "possibility" being discussedby enrollment and this is one of the options we summer admissions policy, he added that he
I the UF administration. are discussing." did not think it would cause any great
Allowing summer admission to high school UF Executive Vice President Harold Under the summer: admissions proposal problems if it did go through."In .
students who otherwise would not be accepted Hanson said Thursday "there is pressure high school students who scored between 300
and 350 on their senior placement tests and the past we have only had about half
are in the "holding ,category" for fall our students here in the summer, ,and I don't
'f1 enrollment,would be offered admission to UF think we will do anything on a large scale this
if they agreed to enter' i in the summer insteadof year," Hanson explained.
yk. i L the fall. Hanson ,said he did not expect the extra
A. UF OFFICIALS ,AGREE that with. the students would create the same. kind of
2,900 enrollment cap on next fall's crowding problems that occured this fall
enrollment. students who scored below 350 when 600 extra freshmen were admitted over
ar. will probably not be allowed to enter in the the limit'imposed by the,Board of Regents.
fall. "THEY WOULDN'T be taking their first
Approximately 1,000 students have been quarter: classes in the fall," he explained.
placed in this holding category, according to Robert Bryan, interim vice president for
Richard Whitehead, UF director of ad. academic affairs, disagrees with Hanson,
missions. however, over the implications of admittingthe
5 Whitehead said it was almost impossible to summer freshmen.
estimate how many would take the option to Bryan termed the possibility of the extra
H enter in the summer or not at all, but added if students in the fall "a nightmare" during a
., a it was a "sizable number, such as 80 per cent, Wednesday discussion with Board of Regents
we wouldn't have the resources available in member Marshall Harris.
the summer or fall." Hanson said Marston Bryan and he still
UF officials have estimated that summer had to discuss the proposal before any
,enrollment will be 10 per cent higher than last decisions are made.
year even without extra freshmen, and funds Bryan' said he wanted to see figures
for teaching have been cut back approximately estimating how many students would agree to
18 per cent. enter in the summer, adding if it was a large
ALTHOUGH HANSON admitted it might number he would automatically oppose it.

Shands, problems cited I

by DEBBIE IBERT When Shands Teaching Hospital was
Alligator Staff Writer designed in. 1958 as a teaching and referral
'. Yai hospital, there were only 60 students in the
.." Refrigerators and file cabinets crowd into College of Medicine Now, Stetson said five
""" a the hallways. Students squeeze into lab space more colleges use Shands to educate studentsin
k meant for half their number. Patients line the medicine nursing,.. pharmacy, health-
:I : corridors in X-Ray, waiting to be tested/ related professions and the newly added
-- Regent Marshall Harris saw' it all as he dental and veterinary professions. '
i \ toured the Shands Teaching Hospital with Unfortunately "the hospital hasn't grownto
Vice' President of Health Affairs Dr. C.A. match the number of students being taughtin
Stetson Thursday morning. these programs, he added..
Ih. ."There's no doubt that anyone who sees Unforeseen increases in the patient
"' ... ... 1. ii" this will realize that have problem here" population out of technological advances
,... .: .;;" \w"' ''' we grew
H '! '" ,t. :. ,.. 'V.4.C 'Harris said of the overcrowded clinical -open heart surgery for example-
.,..'..,=.1. '.f.. .. .;..',..."to'. ;....4" '. \ 'laboratories. "The question is what prioritythe which sent increasing numbers of special
f ...a .. _.....--, '.... "It'1'\.. '., t/A ( Board of Regents will give) this medical cases to Shands for study and cures
.. 2t ..:. 1fi problem." other hospitals can not provide.AS .
t .' ... .'. .. TIlE HOSPITAL'S lack of space for A REFERRAL HOSPITAL, Shands
} "..,.A,.....,.,. ... already insufficient "support services" is the takes in patients from all over the state who
b 'N Yf result of more students and more patients, are referred to the hospital by physicians who
'/. \. .. . '. without an accompanying expansion in the lack the expertise. or the facilites to care for
"JI \; ,... .. facilities to back them up. them.,
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i ... .,.. Dr. Jose Medina, director of health center For this reason,. Shands is' "not a public
space planning and utilization, said, "We're hospital in the usual sense of that term,"
using the hospital to the saturation point. University System Chancellor Robert Mautz
W 've doubled its use and'volume (without said, "Theoretically, no one is admitted
adding to support systems) until we're almost unless he's referred by another physician or
bursting. hospital.
f Stetson stressed that the'health center is Receiving state-wide patients with special
not seeking expansion in direct patient complex diseases and problems is a fun
., services such as adding more beds or another damental purpose of the hospital Stetson
out-patient clinic. explained, but it also increases the strain on
t The health center's most immediate need, limited support facilities.By .
I ,W he said,is to relieve"the critical overcrowdingand the mid'60's it became clear to hospital
overloading in the systems which officials the addition of five colleges and a
f support and supply patient care services. The burgeoningpatient population, the hospital "'
critically overloaded support systems Stetson would require additions in. the number of
listed include: the pharmacy,. central 'sterile beds, outpatient clinics, classrooms, and
supply X-Ray. clinical labs, intensive care support systems.In .
photo by gorg kochonUc jr. units operating and recovery rooms, 1967 a comprehensive four phase plan
diagnostic radiology, kidney dialysis, medical developed in the minds of hospital planners to
THE SPIRIT OF CARNIGRASvariety ; records and the business office. provide for the hospital's! expansion,over a 20
GROWTH PUT THE squeeze on these ,year. period.
and tomorrow night mark the end of this years Camtgros festivities. facilities-growth in students using the Only the first phase, "Project I," ever got
The annual carnival, held on the ROTC field west of Florida Field, features a wide teaching hospital growth in the number of

variety of rides game booths, musical entertainment, and refreshments. For the patients receiving care and growth in the (See.'Shand. $.:' page .four
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I Ford seeks aid increaseWASHINGTON I / capsule i

(UPI) President Ford asked Congress and China to meet their obligation to use their influence to 1

Thursday night for SI billion in military and economic aid for halt fighting alfd to enforce the 1973 accords."

South Vietnam, and for authority to use U.S. troops if neededto But Ford was not banking on diplomacy alone. "I 1 am Connally prosecutionrests
evacuate Americans from Indochina.' asking the Congress to appropriate without delay$722 million

Specifically in his state of the world address to a joint for emergency military assistance and an initial sum of$250
session of the House and Senate, Ford requested $722 million million for economic and humanitarian aid for South after seventh day

more i in arms and 5250 million in economic and humanitarianaid Vietnam," he said.

for the Saigon government.The Unveiling' l the confidential report from Army Chief of Staff
Gen. Frederick Weyand who returned last week from a fact- WASHINGTON (UPI) Watergate prosecutors rested
President also asked Congress to revise the law to offer finding mission for the President Ford said the general their bribery case against John Connally Thursday still

U.S. protection to the South Vietnamese whose lives would be "advises that the current military situation is critical but that relying heavily on the testimony of lawyer Jake Jacobsen that

endangered in the event of an outright Communist victory. South Vietnam is continuing to defend itself with the he gave the former'treasury secretary two payoffs totaling
situation I the
"Because of the urgency of the urge available." 10000.I

Congress to complete" action on all these measures not later resources"However, he feels that if there is to be any chance of Connally's trial on two counts of bribery was recessed until

than April 19, Ford said. success for their defense plan South Vietnam needs urgentlyan Monday morning, when his lawyer, Edward Bennett,

He also called on Hanoi to'halt all military operations in additional $722 million in very specific military supplies Williams, will argue a routine motion for dismissal of the

South Vietnam and said he is urgently asking the nations from the United States" Ford said in his nationally broadcast charges.
who signed the 1973 Paris peace accords, including Russia speech. Although the government put 36 witnesses on the stand in
the first seven days of the trial Jacobsen was the only one who

_ House ERA debate televised testified He said directly he paid about the money the payoffs.to Connally in 1971 to enlist his

help in getting an increase in milk price supports and con-

TALLAHASSEE. (UPI>-The chief sponsor of the Equal First obstacle the ERA ratification faced was an amend- spired with him again in 1973 to cover up the transaction.

Rights Amendment in the Florida house of representatives ment by Rep.Dick ClarkD-Miami who suggested holding a

predicted Thursday the ERA would pass the House with a statewide straw vote on the issue. Anti-abortion Kennedy

comfortable margin and escape an effort to put the issue up to Supporters of the referndum idea agreed to be bound by

a public referendum."All the outcome total voting next year in the lines with the wishesof
I know is I have a hard majority'in the House. It's their home districts. leads abortion fight

about 10," said Rep. Elaine Gordon D-Miami. Rep. Gordon and House ,speaker Donald Tucker, D-

She refused to recognize any of the publically "undecided" Tallahassee opposed the referendum route "copout" sayingthe WASHINGTON (UPI!) Insisting he personally opposes

members she may have won over" but added "I positively U.S. Constitution requires state legislatures-not the abortion Sen.. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass. led a successful
have a majority and that's firm. voters-to decide on its amendments.
floor fight Thursday to defeat an anti-abortion measure.
The House scheduled an extraordinary 7:30: p.m. session on
The Senate essentially killed the amendment by voting 54
statewide public television to debate whether Florida should
to 36 to table it.The amendment would have barred the use of
become the 35th state to ratify the ERA. It requires Aerosol industry
spray federal funds "to pay for or encourage the performance of
ratification by 38 states to amend the Constitution.The .
abortions, except such abortions as are necessary to save the
ERA has (been:) rejected by seven states this year while "
life of the mother.
picking up just one affirmation in North Dakota. under pressure again
wth anti-abortion Senators
Kennedy argued during
The Florida
Legislature, which has turned down the ERA
and urged defeat of the measure."This is not the place to
three times before
jolted short lived feminist
was recently by a
WASHINGTON (UPI)) People who buy products in resolve the issue," he said.
threat ;
to organize a citrus boycott if the amendment failed )
again. aerosol containers are being cheated because they do not The amendment would have been attached to a three-year
realize that up to 95 cent of the product be S2.5 billion health
Supporters of the amendment in the capital deplored that per may propellantgas services and nurse training bill supportedby
a student-based said
tactic but a few legislators from the citrus growing counties group Thursday. Kennedy. .
came out against the ERA. The group said the government should force industry to Kennedy opposed the anti-abortion amendment on the
disclose the amount and percentage of gas on the label of each' procedural grounds that no hearings had been held and thatit

Grand examine, product and in all relate4 advertising in order to permit raises"serious kinds of constitutional questions" in denying
jurors rational purchasing decisions and save customers millions of certain legally prescribed services.
dollars a year.

This, latest attack on aerosols the first one with an
links HearstSAN
to Patty economic bent to it-was by a group of George Washington Reunion called 'Dream

University Law Students calling themselves STRAFE

FRANCISCO (UPI)) Former Olympic long jumper (Students Resisting Aerosol Fluorocarbon Emissions). come true' by US father

Phillip Shinnick appeared today before a federal grand jury The STRAFE petition alleged that the prime consumer

investigating the Patricia Hearst case. deception in aerosols is that shoppers comparing unit prices
Shinnick. 31, ,who competed in the 1964 Olympics and is do so on the weight of the ingredient plus the gas. LANTANA FLA. (UP1X-A green-eyed Russian movie

now Director of Sports Studies at Livingston College in New While some products may appear cheaper per ounce in actress and her ailing American father emerged from two

Jersey, has denied having any knowledge of the case of the aerosol form they often turn out to be more expensive than weeks of seclusion today to tell the world the happy ending to

missing newspaper heiress. non-aerosol versions once the,weight of the gas is subtracted. a storybook romance.
However, he is a good friend of Jack Scott who turned up "Adoption of the proposed rule would eliminate the "My dreams have come true for an old man at the end of

,in San. Francisco Wednesday after going underground with problem of deception, would impose only minimal burdens the trail.. retired Rear Adm. Jackson Tate told a news

his wife for nearly a month. Scott had been sought as the man upon the aerosol industry and more importantly, would conference.
who allegedly rented a Pennsylvania farmhouse whereHearst's result in estimated
consumer savings of up to 5219 million Victoria was born of a wartime romance between Tate now
fingerprints were found. because of the consumer's enhanced ability to make more 77, and a Russian movie
star. Her mother was sent to prisonfor
Shinnick had no comment before entering the grand jury informed and thus more perfect and rational
hearing purchasing eight years as a result and Tate was expelled from Russia
room.WHAT decisions the said.
group where he had been a Military Attache.A .

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STUART EMMRICH be tight and to "look very seriously at significant and major 'not going to be excellent in" Harris said.
Alligator Stall WriterA reorganization." elimination of
Hemp's reorganization proposal suggests
massive reorganization plan to divide some UF collegesand Marston said he would encourage suggestions from faculty departments such as American Institutions. Behavioral .
combine them with others as a way to save administrative 'and students, but added no final action' would be taken Studies Physical Sciences and Vocational Technical and
overhead has been proposed by Gene Hemp, interim assistantvice "without full consultation"with all areas of the campus.A Adult Education.
president for academic affairs. push for some re-evaluation of UF programs and possibleareas Faculty from the abolished departments would be incorporated -
The 'Hemp plan would reorganize six UF> colleges: 'of either re-organization or elimination was also into existing departments, according to the
Architecture and.Fine Arts; Arts and Sciences; Education; suggested this week by Board of Regentsmember Marshal] proposal.UC .
Engineering: Physical Education Health and Recreation;; Harris, visiting the campus this week. DEAN BOB Burton Brown called the suggestions in
and University College. IIARRIS TOLD A meeting of UF administrators and the Hemp proposal "very interesting (but) this is a lot of
THE PROPOSAL SUGGESTS that six schools take their (faculty this'week that funding problems would: probably not 'change tor the number of administrative positions that are
places: Architecture; Biological Sciences; Humanities and improve very much in the future,and some "hard decisions" going to be saved."
Fine and Performing Arts; Education, Health and would have to be made about cutting back various programs.
Recreation; Social Sciences;' and the Institute of Science "You can't be excellent in everything and you are going to
Technology and Engineering. have a tough road in deciding how to curtail programs you are (See 'Reorganization' page twenty one)
University College would be abolished under the proposaland
its courses would be divided among the remaining
schools. SG may Day debts to save' Rat I

UF Professor Alex Green, one of the drafters of the' .
proposal explained the reorganization would enable.13
Sherman said if SG does the Rat to it
department chairmen and three'associate deans to return to By JANET PARK .... money
from closing April 20 one of the stipulations would probably
the classroom: because it would free them from "duplicationof Alligator Staff Writer
administration." include a change in management.

He' added, however, that no faculty member would lose Claiming a $9,000 Rathskeller debt was due to "gross ACCORDING TO MURPHY the mix-up in the bills was
Shermanhas due,to the student manager believing the assistant managerwas
tenure if this plan was implemented. mismanagement. Student Body Treasurer Greg
GREEN ALSO emphasized that this proposal was just "a announced that Student Government may pay off the responsible for the payments and the assistant manager
!suggestion to get people to think about utilization of resources debt. thinking the manager was responsible.
and saving funds without having to fire your younger, brighter Sherman's proposals include a full $9,000 allocation, or Sherman said if SG does give funds to the Rat, a "thorough
people." providing the Rat with concerts and movies, free of charge, review of the structure of management" would probably be
. "I'm really just trying to provoke open discussion on thereby allowing door charges to pay off debts. conducted.
(reorganization), I'm open minded about other suggestions if AN ALLOCATION<<; from SG Reserves needs,the approvalof Sherman could not specify the form of management SG
anyone has them." Green said. the Student Senate Budget and Finance Committee and ,,'ouldanstitute to "assure this won't happen again."
"My idea is primarily to give each discipline the respon- Sherman before it goes before the Senate. HE SAID FURTHER details would probably be available
sibility for teaching from the freshman to the postdoctoratelevel The earliest it could be presented to the Senate is Tuesday today.
," he added. but Sherman said it would probably take until the following The Rat is currently run by student managers and employeswho
:Tuesday April ,22.. to committee. report to a Board of Directors.
Green explained this was his reasoning for wanting to! 'put
all English courses in one college and all math courses in Tom Murphy, representative of the Faculty Club, said The Rat's$9,000 debt was discovered early in January whena
Wednesday the club intended to withdraw its license for the "stack of delinquent bills was found in a drawer," Murphysaid
of freshmen doctorate
another, as two examples to programs.
facility after the Rat closes April 20. Wednesday.The .
THE NEED FOR some type of reorganization and Increased DETAILS WILL BE worked out today at a meeting with financial problems of the Rat would not affect the
efficiency was expressed UF President Robert Q. Robert Overton, director of Servomation, Sherman said. opening of the Orange and Brew, a beer-serving facility being
Marston at the March 27th University Senate meeting; Sherman said there may be a chance of Servomation takingover built under the J. Wayne Reitz Union. It is scheduled to open
Marston told the senate future funds for education would some of the managing functions of the Rat. this quarter.

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intelligent planning as to what eachuniversity's He said his solution to poor administrationwould money here and tell us what program he
By LESLIE GOLAY wants to bring up to excellence Harris
role will be and which will be core be. "to replace the university presidentif said.
Alligator Staff Writer take him off," he said. One of the goals of the Board of Regents!
not pipeline dreams.. there are reasons to
Harris said he believed the education and "But I don't think you can ever pay a according to Harris. is to try to keep costs for;

Regent Marshall Harris told approximately journalism schools were too large."I skillful administrator too much as long as beginning university undergraduates parallelto
175 UF students Wednesday night that he don't believe in surrogate liberal arts they can prove they're effectively administering costs for beginning. community college

advocated a tuition increase because he degree taught in large masses. Our job is to ,' Harris added. undergraduates."There
feared the "quality of education would suffer? provide quality education in disciplines that HARRIS SUGGESTED giving university should not be an economic: benefit
if no hike is approved., make sense." administrators a freer hand in allocaing funds for a freshman to go,to .a state" university as

Harris answered students' questions IN A PLAN to shrink administrative costs, received from the. state legislature. "We opposed, to a junior college. he said.
concerning education for tour hours in the J. Harris said, he would compare schools of the should eliminate a' lot of constraints on Harris said he was an avid supporter of a
Wayne Reitz Union cafeteria. same size and the school with the higher transfer of funds."I student representative on the Board of
Referring to the regents' approval of a administrative costs would have to "answer would agree to a budget format in which Regents and student control over their own
and service tee.
would to put
tuition hike, Harris said, "It was a tough \\hy. your chief say

choice, but it was a risk we had to take to gain
that income. We had to have someone around Maverick Harris sparks regents I IBy

teaching education."or else there would be no .

HARRIS SAID students are paying more STUART EMMRICII something in the state university system that we have to learn to live with the economic
'for their education because costs have gone Alligator Staff WriterNo bothers him. one example being last year's realities," Harris said at one of the many
up and there has not been a fee increase in the one could call Regent Marshall Harris I enrollment padding scandal, which: legislator meetings he has attended during his four days
last three years. exceptionally modest.He Harris was instrumental bringing out in the in Gainesville."I .
"As the state has grown and the universityhas doesn't' mind reminding you several open. believe in education for education'ssake.
grown, the state legislature has seen needto times during a conversation he went to Harris still blames the state schools for 1 am a strong believer in the broad.
fund other programs other than university Harvard for his education, often dropping the "deliberately trying to cover 'up somethingthey liberal arts education." he added.
programs" Harris ,said. names of educational celebrities who were his should have known was going to come After serving only three months on the
In his personal plans for the future of professors there. out in the open. regents Harris is already attempting to make
Florida's State University System, Harris said Nor does he cringe at reminding listeners "It was an attempt to defraud the system major changes in the way the state schools
he wanted state universities to specialize in that while in the state house for eight years he and the system didn't discover it, the determine the future of their education.He .
certain degree programs and attain excellencein had his hand in some of the most importantbills legislature did" Harris argues. has warned UF officials that they can't
those areas. passed during his term. Known as Mr. IBM for his dexterity with expect to be great in everything, but to
"YOU CAN'T HAVE everything at one BUT MODESTY IS not much of an figures and hard economic policies Harris concentrate on those areas where greatnesscan
institution. You have to parcel everything out. attribute for a person who wants to get things says he doesn't understand why he is con be attained and cut back in those areas
You have to decide certain offerings belong at done without wasting a lot of time jousting sidered anti-education at some of the state
certain institutions:' he said. gingerly with opponents. school campuses."I .
However, Harris said it "requires very Harris doesn't mince words when he sees don't want to cut higher eudcation but (See 'Harris' page seventeen

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DEBBIE IBERT for patients-some who are unable to pay third of the hospital's operating costs. Stetson propriations Committee Harris said workingout
Alligator Staff Writer their bills-that could be treated at Alachua said.Most a plan to use county revenue funds to pay
General Hospital. County commissioners of Shand's indigent patients are the counties' share of treating indigent
Those counties whose residents take ad "should be made aware of the value of special cases referred by other hospitals or patients would be a simple matter.
vantage of operating room and emergency (Shand's) hospital services, and they shouldbe physicians, State University System Chancellor HARRIS MADE HIS remarks after a
facilities at the Shands Teaching Hospital paying for them." Robert Mautr explained. meeting of 'the College of Medicine's
ought to be reimbursing the hospital for Shands Teaching Hospital writes off about "THE PEOPLE REFERRED may have Executive Committee, consisting of depart-
unpaid bills: Board of Regent member, $2.5 million a year in uncollectable bills Vice been sick so long they've exhausted their .ment chairmen of the college
Marshall Harris said Thursday. President of Health Affairs Dr. C.A. Stetson insurance. Mautz said." And Shands also getsa According 'to Harris the treatment of indigent
Hams said there is "a level of care 'weshouldn't said. The cost of caring for medically indigent lot of charity ,cases-diseases that other patients who could be cared for by
be providing gratis. We are not in patients is reckoned in the "cost: of doing hospitals can't cure." county hospitals is an "unconscious diversionof
the business of providing free medical business."
Reimbursement for
medically indigent other
state university funds for
"IF OUR HOSPITAL (Shands) providescare PATIENTS WHO DO pay their bills bear patients that the university hospital treats than what it,was meant for."
for a five-county: area then that five- the brunt of the unpaid debt, he continued, when the county could provide the same Shands Teaching Hospital depends on a
county area" should help provide funding for since the hospital runs mostly on fees chargedto treatment is a plan Harris said he "is perfectly

that care. patients for care. willing to take to the legislature." (See 'Med Center,' page seventeen!
The regent pointed out that Shands cares The state contributes: funding for only one- As former chairman of the House Ap-

Shandsfrom .

page one the number procedures going through the programs will not be expanded and new Robert Marston kdidn't
Q. ) and myself Decided:
labs had climbed to 450,000. programs will not be initiated until the critical
off the ground.RECENTLY. Radiology, also a support service, has space problem' is solved. make sense 'to make peice-meal.:
COMPLETED AFTER five tripled the number of X-Ray exams handledper The "moratorium" on increased classes is patch-work improvements So we're asking
years of work, Project I created a dental year Radiology Chairman C.M. Williams temporary Stetson said, and means that the Board Of Regents to let us divert some of
school with dental clinics, added 88 neW beds student enrollments will not in those unused ,funds for an up-dated com
higher ,
said.When go any the fo
and an outpatient clinic to the hospital, and first designed, the department had the clinical training programs. prehensive plan to work out
of what we
chitectural and details
built the "Communicore"-a multi-purpose seven rooms to handle about 25,000 exams. "I. think we've arrived at the point where we need." program
building for pre-clinical teaching. "We reached the critical level in 1965 with can not further expand the number of
These additions, however, "only compounded 34000. Now we have' 12 rooms and handle students in the clinical programs. There's not Dr. Medina stressed that money for the new
the problem where use of support around 72,000 exams a year," Williams said. enough room in the hospital to teach them all. study would come: out of already appropriatedand

,systems are concerned: : Stetson said. '"TESTS ARE JUST being invented faster We simply,can't take any more students (in unused funds. left.
Boosting the support systems was to be one than the equipment we have can keep up." clinical There's "approximately $400.000"
) than we've "
of the objects of a future phase in expansion. Mautz, who last fall met with hospital STETSON programs got. Most of the money-about $28.000-$29,000-
Project I soaked up over $40 million-half officials and toured Shands' crammed hospital ad- was spent on minor critical renovations
in state half in federal National Institute of support facilities said "I'm convinced the ministration is working on ways of re the installation of a computer system.
Health funds-but we decided to go ahead present support services are inadequate for scheduling to accomodate more students, and Not all the bills are in Medina said, but he
with the project. whatever the cost even if it the number of beds and patients in' the their exploring clinical alternative places for students to get estimated the cost of the architect's fees to be
education.In .
meant an indefinite delay in the other hospital." around $15,000.Because .
projects." Stetson said. Mantz said he "sees no way to reduce the 1973 hospital officials made an attempt the money was appropriated by the
to relieve
Now with Project I completed. Stetson said great bulk of patient demand on the servicesin clinical overcrowding seriously affected the legislature specifically for renovation costs,
"We can't wait any longer for the rest of the my opinion there is no alternative. ,the I Regents support systems. The Board of hospital officials must ask permission of the
plan. We've got to have clinical labs. X-Ray expansion of support systems" necessay for allocated in approved and the: I legislature> regents to use some of the remaining funds to
facilities and the like to support .the increasein running the hospital. July an appropriation of$445,000 hire a hospital planning consultant.:
hospital services." Mautz said that he and Dr. Stetson and cover project costs of renovating the Mautz has called a comprehensive study of
hospital's clinical
A QUICK TOUR' of Shands present hospital officials came to an: agreement It took until laboratories. the hospital's needs 'absolutely essential-
support systems demonstrated Stetson's during his \isit on certain "planning August 1974 before the architect Medina said he hoped the study would cost
while appointed by the Cabinet, began no than but that they re
point.. parameters" to follow studying the work. His more $100,000.,
In the clinical laboratories on the' fourth hospital's overcrowding problems., blow to the report made in October came as' a asking the regents "let us'set aside up to
floor of the hospital refrigerators and file NEW CONSTRUCTION -using state hospital administration.' $250,000" for it. Leftover money would be
cabinets lined the hallway and many students dollars-in the 70's will be limited to According to Stetson. "He told us there was used to make a start on the renovations.The .
manuvered in too little'space., making more space for support services-the no half way the to job do in the the J job.-' that he could: only do study is bound to lead to recom'

I A graph, prepared to illustrate growth in hospital's first priority for renovation the space we,had available/and mendations for, specific improvements that
these support services shows that the clinical! "Growth in the support facilities is n"irdn0, half job would cost over a "will mean millions of dollars:',Mautz uw-
labs reached the "critical level" in l970- necessary.'There has to be that." Mautz said. "AT THIS Any further' funds for easing the hospital
handling about 350.000 procedures. By 1973.. Furthermore existing clinical training' Council, the hospital, More Health Center space 'crunch will hve to ,come from the
.- -...-....-- dir : (UF President legislature, he said. *

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his party was against the bill
because .it would take away
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I Felon law : Cop defense_ or murder ? I IBy

JUDY MOORE City Commissioner Russell Ramsey said he' believes the use
Alligator Staff Writer of weapons is a deterrent to crime, but he questioned the use
of firearms in property crimes.
"1 DON'T THINK a piece of property has the
To shoot or not to shoot. same relative
That is the question facing Florida policemen each day \alueas a human life. However I do think firearms should be
concerning the degree of force to use. in making arrests,when used if necessary in crimes against persons such as murder
capturing felons..'* ... .... or rape," Ramsey said l, : I. t .
The controversial Florida .Fleeing Felon Law which"presently Ramsey said Gainesville does not have the image of a high
terms the use of deadly force in arresting felons shooting police force in spite of recent shooting incidents."In .
fleeing from police as justifiable homicide was the subject ofa my opinion,'Gainesville does not have 'shoot and ask
panel discussion sponsored by the American Civil Liberties questions, later' police force," he said.
Union Wednesday. ." Uhrig said the police officer has the duty to shoot in certain
PANEL MEMBER SGT. Hal Uhrig of the Gainesville situations when there is danger to life.
Police Department (GPD) said! he objects to placement of the "WE DON'T LIKE to shoot anyone. We won't shoot if we
law under murder statutes. ,' ,,, know the suspect and can get him later. We will only. shoot if
"When a policeman kills a felon the current law is just a there is no other way,"the police officer said.
defense to murder. It is a very scary predicament for a police _. '- Alachua County Sheriffs Department Deputy Lu Hinderysaid
officer and a weak position for him to be in. A new code to To shoot or not to shoot the policy of the sheriffs department. was to hold fire and
give officers authority not just a defense is needed," Uhrig hope to find the suspect later.
said.A. the life or death decisions they are faced with now. "Our policy is less .stringent than the state law. The
statute to take effect July I I. which would replace the Panelist Dan McClellan of UF's criminal justice program community standard is different here because it's a university
present statute, states the officer would have authority to use said it is "grossly unfair" to saddle policemen with the town," Hindery said.
deadly force with a fleeing felon but only when the fleeing "shoot-don't shoot" situation they now face. SANTA FE Community College Instructor Joe Llorens, a
person indicates he will endanger human life or inflict great "THE ONLY RATIONAL decision is to take away the member of the Chamber of Commerce Crime Study Com
bodily harm unless arrested without delay.A shooting opportunity," McClellan said. mittee, is concerned about the racial issues involved in police
BILL FILED by Sen. Richard J. Deeb. R- St. Peter Assistant Public Defender Alan Parlapiano agreed sayingthe shootings.
sburg, and Rep. Don F. Hazelton, R. West Palm Beach, use of deadly force should be confined to areas of danger Llorens said three of four recent cases in Florida concerned
would in effect repeal the new statute and retain the present and not to the fleeing felon. blacks.
law.Deeb "Shooting a fleeing felon does not benefit the police or "The policeman's job is one of the most difficult jobs in the
'was to have been a member of the panel, but he was society. It's a, philosophical decision to escalate violent. community. Ignorant prejudiced unfeeling policemen must
unable to attend. confrontations or move away from them. Now is the time to be ridded from the force. Luckily we do not have that kind of
Panelists agreed it is unfair to burden police officers with move us away from confrontation," Parlapiano said. problem with GPD," Llorens said..

ERA backers marching I IBy


JANET PARK A SUDDEN RASH of anti-ERA literature,
.Alligator Staff Writer mail and phone calls prompted the
Almost 1,000 Equal Rights AmendmentERA Gainesville Organizations for the Equal
;'z'T' ( ) supporters including at least,50 from Rights Amendment (GO-ERA) to reaffirmthe
Gainesville are expected to march in the ERA needs to be ratified by Florida this
Florida parade for the ERA Monday in year even though it can not'get final approval
Tallahassee. from all necessary states until next year.
Gainesville ERA coordinator Jennifer If it passes Florida would be the 35th state
Pan amore explained the march's effect on to ratify the ERA; 38 states are needed for the
Florida legislators will be "letting them see ERA to become the 27th amendment! to the
just how many people across the state support constitution.

1 ERA." Reacting to reports,of a large number of
TilE MARCH, which is scheduled four anti-ERA lobbyists registering in Tallahasseethis
days after the Fla. House of
Representativesvotes week Parramore
said, "Most of the
the ERA, is also
on directed toward that
women are anti-ERA lobbyists are
Florida Senators, who will
consider the
housewives and can take time off to go to
amendment if the House
ratifies it. Tallahassee and lobby. ERA supporters
Gov. Reubin
Askew feminist Betty many of whom are professional women, can't
Friedan, Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin and '
actress just "
pick up and leave.
,, Mario Thomas are scheduled
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--ojI" SPACES ON A chartered bus are still
photo by John moron in support of the ERA. available.

Parramore said the timing of the paradewas ,The bus is scheduled to leave Sunday at 3
I MRS. ELISE WEBB AND DAUGHTER no problem, even though it is four days p.m. Tickets are $10.
after the House
show support for Equal Rights Amendment "We vote. Tickets are on sale at the Gainesville
never thought the House would be
any National
problem," she said. 376-3471. Organization for Women office

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Student". status on' food. stamps eyed

J .
.. Alliptor Staff Writer received: much criticism from constituents
; about college students receiving food stamps.. ''SUPER
"Every time he goes around the state, he ,
U.S., Sen. Lawton Chiles, Florida, will hears about the mythical college student\;,H....... _. "
chair hearings this month'which could affect' car" and : fOOdj
the status of college students receiving federal
food stamps. ,
The hearings, scheduled to begin April 29
in Washington, will be conducted by the
Senate subcommittee on Federal: Spendingand
Efficiency.: Chiles is subcommittee 'b
chairman. I 5f/1MP.S
DESCRIBED BY subcommittee Staff
Director Less Fettig as being "glazed over by
the deficits we're facing in the federal staff,
budget. Chiles is concerned: that the programis
not being administered in accordance with "
the intent of Congress. "
"The people who are supposed to benefit
from the program are not really being served those
by it," said Fettig. gets
Pointing out that present food stamp S
qualifications permit 25 per cent of the
population to receive benefits of the program. '
Fettig said federal funds are being spent on knew
people who don't need it. money
The hearings will examine this situationand
clarify the qualifications for eligibility. are
suspects, Bateman said.

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'Athletic: ; ;I : ; uranc" : <.e ;bill;

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y ;is 'passed : temporarily

t irWl,. rr a By BRUCE MORRIS, would, pay -the additional costs. .' .. .
DIRECTOR Ray Graves said the
Staff Writer UF ATHLETIC bill "haa =
Alligator lot of merit particularly at the lower level (kindergarten
,A bill that would require the state to purchase an "'
insurance policy for,students.participating in school athletic t through J2th grade)
Thursday by the Florida He said the athletic department has its own insurance
!I programs was temporarily passed the NCAA,to
Senate education committee.: policy, presently through cover men and women
The committee tofd the sponsors of the bill Rep. Charles injured in inter-collegiate: sports activities. It does not cover
Papy and Sen. Ralph Poston both D-Miami. that if money intramurals or physical education.
'said the intent of the bill is supplement that
could',be found'to finaiieethe pcogram'they"were'all for it. Papy type of
J apI's bill 1 provides that any student in public school or a existing coverage: not to eliminate" it. '
state institute of higher learning! ,who is injured in, a school Papy said he'was inspired to introduce such a bill by the
r athletic program will be covered by the policy. plight of a Miami high school youth. Greg Stead, whose spine
THE INSURANCE BILL would include interscholastic was'severed in a high school football game, and was left
activities, physical education classes and Intramural paralyzed for life. -
programs. It includes participation in an event all practiceS PAPY INTRODUCED a similar bill in the 1974
and, ,transportation. to and from interscholasticevents. legislature. It passed the House education committee but was
: ,killed in the*appropriations committee.,
The bill states the insurance policy "shall provide for the To,a great extent he attributes,that failure to the fact that
payment of all reasonable and necessarily incurred medical he was not a member of the appropriations committee. He is a
expenses up to a total sum of SI00,000. member this year and said he believes it will greatly increasethe

,. .rRAY ... However; ,students' who are covered by private medical bill's chances."I : .
---- '" -- '"
GRAVES insurance' would have to use their own insurance. haven't heard of a representative or senator, who doesn't
if student used the maximum like the bill"** he said., '
. .UP athletic directorEAGsubrnits" According to Papy,, a up
coverage provided by+ his insurance policy, the state policy But. he acknowledged, finding money for the bill may be a
difficult task. He said it will have to be taken. from some other
tree cutting' policy less important program. '
PAPY IS UNSURE of the program'$ cost because it is anew
I one and requires the state to ,purchase the policy by

plan is criticized by officials competitive.think the bid legislature procedures."I will. eventually pass the bill this

year, he said,,"But I don't know i in what form."
There are two ways to get the program through ,

By MICHAEL BRADLEY According to EAG Director David Streit, previous policyhas Papy said.'
and MICHAEL MYERS been left "very open leaving the regents a lot of room to The first is to find the money and get the bill passed.
Alligator Staff Writers play around with." Under the provisions ,of the bill the responsibility for
UF President Robert Marston-and Vice President William ,"WE HAVEN'T set down any concrete policy" Streit said. implementing'and conducting the program would be vested in
the state department of education. Its budget would be ia-:
Elmore have expressed reservations concerning a tree ordinance "What we've given them is a guideline.
recently submitted to the Board of Regents.The The ordinance has so far received little publicity because creased to cover the expense. ,_
ordinance, written by UFs Environmental Action EAG is not releasing copies of the policy until the regents putit IF THE BILL should die in,committee Papy said he could
Group EAG). would determine which trees could be cut on their agenda.- work to get a I line item in the general budget that would give
down on, university campuses throughout state. "We've kept,it pretty much of,a secret.in.order to keep the department of education money to pay medical claims by
Municipal tree ordinances do not apply on campuses opposition to a minimum,' Streit said. injured students.Under .
.- because campuses are state property and Subject to state law. Streit said most of the opposition coming.from people in this plan no insurance company would be involved.
<. _::':ALTHOUGH HE SUPPORTS, :tbe'ot inanceYin principle the PhystfaXPlant ,who.are complaining the:ordinance
',.;'. I ," "Marston-iMlieyes/sSic1\ :! :t::detailed" ?measurers",unL, ;would t cause',unnecessary red tap Pot 'reformers to meet
: : ,
:,necessary"V: ;" 'A.4STIMtJLUSfor: the ordinance,.was the university : ,
'. <"., 'Elmore founded",his_reservations' : on' the i same'ground. decision to destroy.trees": "build:a,parking'facility at theShand
"If :>*ln the fovbi In"which it' the ordinance)'is low writteiU'do t Teaching Hospital; The ,Florida',Organization: for the :Reform of Marijuana
".:';: not:support;(;ir<";;EJmofe said;;adding.i :tha ;he.preferred;the f : 1J.1el cuFdown. ? 75'to 100 trees over there and this is what Laws(FORM L).,will hold an organizational meeting Monday,
"; >regents, ad9pf"{-bniadtatemerit'lAtertns'of' fr es/shrnbs:", were..trying; ,to stop' 'said EAG publicity. director ElliceSeldon. ,April I 14 at 8,p.m.: .in the< landscaping. '.'.... '* *, ,. *\ ": -:: ., ;;. .* area' ,0>
; '; ;-The EAG ordinance. ce would' 'equintan) tree cutting to be "We have a good chance for at least a decent compromise: All'persons,'interested' heading 'a subcommittee or
preceded"by' a written request" reviewed by a committee There's really nothing controversial in the policy, so there's a contributing legal advice. to the organization. are urged to
composed of students,administrators and faculty members. good chance of the BOR putting, it through" Streit said. attend. "




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TWQ movies about the Boha'i Faith will .. .
be shown JOANNE KOHL TREUMANN RECEIVED HIS doctorate in economics
. on the North Lawn of the Reitz Union. A question Alligator Staff Writer from the University of Amsterdam in 1970, where he teaches
'- and answer discussion will be held In Room 118 of Two economics professors Dr. Pitt Treumann of the graduate and undergraduate classes in public financing cost
the Union from 8-11 p.m. University of Amsterdam Netherlands, and Dr. Anders benefit analysis and regional economics. He also holds a
Burell of the University of Uppsala in Sweden are teaching at master's degree in mathematical economics and
UF this quarter as part of the student-funded Distinguished econometrics.At .
THIS SUNDAY April 13 11:00: a.m. Visiting Professor Program. UF Treumann teaches an undergraduate course in

Beginning of a..,weekly series of World Religion Craig Sikes chairman of the Distinguished Visiting public financing during second period on Mondays. Wednesdays -

Devotionals consisting of readings. from; ,great,. '', Professors Executive Committee, said the committee usually '!'and Fridays in Matherly 9.
religions of the world.Sponsored : hireS only'bnfe distinguished professor;each'year." <' ,. Active in politics since his college days. Treumann has held
LAST QUARTER, Frank Mankiewicz. former campaignpress office in the Amsterdam Town Council and is an active
secretary for Sen. George McGovern was invited to member of the Social Democratic Party. He is married and
by Banal Association teach at the College of Journalism through this program. has two children.

However,due to.a surplus of funds this year, the professorsare BURELL IS A member of the faculty at the University of
University of Florida being jointly sponsored by the committee and the UF Uppsala in Sweden where he teaches courses in economicsand
Economics Department. health economics and social security systems, public
t:1::' 1:11:: J cII'r'ltrl? i1l$! Treumann is a member of the faculty at the University of financing and labor market policies.
Amsterdam, specializing in local government public Burell is teaching an undergraduate course in comparativesocial
UFPANHELLENICwelcomes financing. He received his bachelor's degree in physics and welfare systems during seventh period on Mondays and
mathematics from the University of Amsterdam, where he Wednesdays in Matherly 116. .
it's 19th was also president of the Student Union. Burell is married and has three children. .'


Alligator Staff Writer present a lecture-dinner by the National President of Com

interested UFv/omen studentsare mon Cause, David Cohen. The public is invited to call Enid
PLATFORM DEBATE: "The C.I.A.: Menace or Messiah" Mahon for reservations at 372-4197 to attend tonight at 11:45at
invited to attendAT'S will be the topic at the Florida Debate Society's first Spring the Sweden House Restaurant, 2400 S.W. 13th Street. Fee
series today at noon at the J. Wayne Reitz Union Colonnade. is $2.95 including beverage, tip, and meal.
FOLKDANCINGi International folkdancing classes will be
OPEN HOUSE RUSH MIDDLE EARTH The Middle Earth Coffee House is offering
held Saturday at Norman Gym. Beginning classes will be
"live entertainment".Saturday from 9 to 1 a.m. in
taught from 9 to 10 p.m. and advanced classes from 8 to 9
Area Sledd "B".
the ,
14 p.m. by the UF Folkdancers. For more information call John Murphree
Monday April 1975
Ward at 376-0224. FREE TAX HELP UF employes, whose 1974 income was
FRISBEE THROW: 'The UF Frisbee club vill,have it's first under $5,000 are invited to attend the Beta Alpha Psi Accounting
7-9 p.m. frisbee throw this Sunday, at 4 p.m. at the playground of N W Fraternity tax help meeting tonight from'7 to 9 in
5th Ave. and 20th At. For more information contact Ron room 51 of Matherly Hall. For further information call Jim

'Room 121 Wayne Reitz Union Zamora at 392-0540. Pruitt at 3724137.
ORIENTAL CHESS The Oriental.Chess Go Club invites all
FLICKS Two movies "The Music.Man". and the "Best of
Please call ] interested attend their at 8,.in
Have,questions? 377-8279; to membership meeting tonight the Little Rascals"will be shown tonight at 8 at the University
S3BB SSS W* room 339 of the J. Wayne. Reitz Union. -
United Methodist Church at 1320 W. University Ave.
LECTURE The Arab Student of Gainesvillewill
Refreshments are included with a $1 donation at the door.
(P.M IP ii i present a lecture on the Middle East Conflict by Mr. informal'
PHI SIGMA SIGMA PSS is holding an rush
Fayez Turky Friday at I I. p.m. to 3:30: p.m. in McCarty Sunday April 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. at 517 S.W. 10th St. For

Auditorium. reservations .rides and information call 372-9499, 378-6458,
or 373-7359.
Student Center is sponsoring a dinner exhibition and crafts
sale from the Vietnamese Student Association to raise funds MORE FLICKS Two movies about the Baha'i faith will be
,. for the Vietnamese Red Cross.The event is Saturday at 8 p.m.. shown Friday from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m... at the Union north
at the Catholic Student Center., Admission Js ,$3. Jawn.HILLELi. .
CUTBACKS RALLYtThe Committee for Quality Education :Shabbat Services and dinner will be held tonight at
and Students Against t Cutbacks are holding a rap and sleepinto 6:30.: Dinner is $2 for members $2.50 for non-members.
{ protest college cutbacks and tuition hikes tonight at 7 in Hillel Sunday Activities will include Lox and Bagels Brunchat
the Plaza of Americas. Students, 'faculty and citizens are II a.m. featuring guest speaker Dr. Howard Rothman,
welcome. For more information call 372-2595 or 373-5596.. Israeli Dancing at 8 p.m.. and Coffee. House live entertainment
P tea 'ART EXPOs 'Festival of the Arts', will be an art 'exhibition at 8:30: p.m. For more information call the Hillel
and sale at the Reitz Union ,Collondade and 'North lawn. Foundation ((16 t N.W. 18 Street) at 3722900.
Applications are being taken at the Union desk for''anyone
Ic interested in selling and or exhibiting their works. For further CHINESE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION The C.I.A.
information call Joe Mizell at 378-5138. will ,hold a party Saturday at the recreation room of the
PICNIC The Newman club and the Catholic Student Center French Quarter'Apartments, 999 S.W. 16th Ave. For more
will have a picnic Saturday at 11 a.m. in Westside Park. information call Herman at 377-8725, or Cedric at 392-8861.
i Anyone interested is invited to bring their brown bag and MEMORIAL:SERVICE! The Chinese Student 'Association
, CONCERTi A special Rennaisance Ensemble will have a Kai-shek Sunday April 13 room 349 Reitz Union at 3:30: p.m.
i concert using music and instruments from the Rennaisance The service will include a brief description of his career and
Y < R -F'p' y I I period. The free concert will be tonight at 8:15 the medical dream to build a modern and prosperous China by Dr.
science building auditorium. William Yueh. The public is invited.

(Editor's notes Inside Information Is a weekly feature In content. Ice milk has 200 calories a cup.
The Alligator, providing readers with authoritative Information What are the symptoms of diabetes Do you always have to
on all aspects of personal health and policies of the take shots
a Student Health Senlce. Bring your questions to Room 305 Symptoms of increased thirst, increased frequency of
I + at Reitz Union or the lobby of the Student Health Service. For urination, increased hunger and weight loss strongly suggestthe
further Information please contact the Health Education diagnosis of diabetes. The Finding of sugar (glucose) in the
Office at the Student Health Service, room 237.) urine and 'an abnormally high blood glucose generally con
firm the diagnosis. Treatment consists of diet, exercise, and
Are there fewer calories in sherbet than In Ice cream? Insulin. Some diabetics do not require insulin. Those who do
There are 260 calories in a cup of sherbet and between 255 almost always require daily shots of insulin for the remainderof
and 330 Calories in a cup of ice cream, depending on cream their lifetime.P .


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work-study progr rnin financial trouble :

sub- ONE OPTION IS'to request the advanced
By MICHAEL BRADLEY financial aid, said;:'We are running about 10 the work-study program and to the of from the fiscal
of money 1976
neither expenditure
Alligator Staff WriterUFos per cent ahead of our expected expenditures"and stantial increase of minimum wage
Such a request a
work-study program could be cur-: funds for the program will be exhausted which'was figured into the 1975 budget. budget.
Turner. .
tailed next month if funds are not secured to three to four weeks before the end of the "The decided cutback in the available according
Another option is to request the federal
the fact
continue the program during this fiscal year spring quarter. resources from parents
Office of Education to redistribute
which ends June 30. TURNER ATTRIBUTED the problem to students in high school are finally getting the unused
Douglas Turner, director of student the increased number of students applying for message that aid is available for 'a college work-study money from, other schools

...... ..... ,'.. J.."",, 0, .' .., education" are factors cited by Turner as throughout the nation.
< '1 i increase in work-study ap Turner is optimistic one of the three options
; $ '
h\If > : }<,01 explaining
,. ,. curtailment of the
; .t.fW' ,,, will prevent any work-
: ri plicants.
': / ;tI.
'It. '.f. .: ". .. Turner, however, is optimistic that the study program this quarter.
.' '. ..',t '" ;. ,. program will survive. NEXT YEAR THE situation should be
"I AN EMERGENCY employment bill passedlast brighter, said Turner.A .
week by Congress in Washington could "deliberate painstaking effort by the

.... mean a $50.000 supplement which would get' Division of Student Financial AtTairs" has
', the program through this fiscal year, but resulted in a $300.000 increase "for the fiscal
,: }' .f Turner has yet to receive official notification.The year 1976. beginning July I 1.

.. : $50.000 figure is Turner's estimate "This is a phenomenal increase" said

'. based on past appropriations UF has Turner.
:f: received. The increase request was first presented in

>: Although the emergency $50.000 would, be November to an Office of Education regional

\,!\; the "most advantageous" solution. Turner' panel in Atlanta and in January was approvedby
said two other options are available. a national board in Washington.


ft <> At health center library


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lR I valuable textbooksA

collection of 16 rare medical textbookshas The oldest of the rare books "The Workesof

been donated to the Health 'Center That Famous Chirugion, Ambrose Parey,"

mar Library by Dr. Jere W. Annis, a Lakeland is a first edition written in 1634.

Health Center Ubrary Director Ted Srygley Another volume. Dr. William Osler's "The

described the 200-to-300 year-old books as Principles and Practice of Medicine,"

rare and valuable, but would not disclose the published in 1892, is still printing new
estimated worth of the collection. editions.
I FINANCIAL AID DIRECTOR DOUGLAS TURNER "MANY TIMES the donor does not want The textbook collection is being displayedin

.-'running about 10 per cent ahead of expected expenditures' everyone, to know," Srygley said. front of the Health Center Library.

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By STUART EMMRICH Elmore said air conditioning hours mightbe
Alligator Staff Writer expanded in July, "depending on how
much funding we receive from 'the
The cooling comfort of air conditioning is "
legislature, but added "only a few classes
1& once again being felt on the UF campus for that have night classes" would be air con
four and a half hours a day. ditioned past the late afternoon.Appraisal.
'conditioning in UF'buildings, ordered
off in late January to help the school meet an
almost $2 million deficit, is now running from
& II a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each weekday. I of
William Elmore vice, president for administrative *
f & affairs, said the shutoff of air

< conditioning during January, February and
0* March, as well as cutbacks in lighting and
0 heat saved UF approximately $56,000. dorm valuemay

UF to make up the $2 million was a hiring
freeze and a 10 per cent reduction in
operating expenses.I be
Ave. at the comer of 12th Si The remainder of the deficit, approximately highA
$300,000, will be borrowed from
the Institute of Food and Agricultural

Sciences and the J. Hillis Miller Health A a dormitory building given to OF
COMPLETE 10 GAL. Center. in January may not be worth the $1.4 million
: Elmore said the curtailment of air con UF officials claimed.
ditioning would continue until the legislature The six-yearold facility, located across
determines how much'funds will be availablefor
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26.75 TO FISH OF THE MONTH CLUB ELMORE SAID he could not estimate how Islands to the UF Foundation.It .

much money would be saved by the limited was announced by UF officials at that
hours of operation, until it is tried for a while. time the building had a value of $1,758.000

tHAMSTERS GUINEA PIGS but added" "any curtailment will save you based on an appraisal made by Earl B. Miller,
/3 OFF money. a member of the American Institute of Real
TEDDY BEAR HAMSTERS iGERBILS "We are still in a position to have to borrow Estate Appraisers. The appraisal was
money but the more'we save the less we will authorized byBroad.Just '
have to borrow," Elmore said. to the donation of the ,
however the dorms were offered on the open
market for nearly two years at a price of

Dl New hotline set 575000.UF officials arrived at the $1.4 million
$ figure after allowing for approximately
$300.000 in mortgage debts against the
Information on the status of any bills building.
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Fanatic"A f:4 / y

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fanatic," said humorist Finley Peter Dunne, i pH/ /
"is a man who does what he thinks the Lord woulddo

if He knew all the factson, the case."
Sherwood Rowland has never thought of himselfas '-I"r" /

a tanatic. He simply wants the world to believe / / /
the hard facts about aerosol spray cans and how / j
they could spell Doomsday for us all. Un- io, s j

fortunately, not enough people have been

listening.Just it i/ t
to refresh your memory, Sherwood 4 1'j s
Rowland is the University of California chemistry

professor who, just over a year ago, first soundedthe
alarm about the hidden dangers of aerosol /

spray cans.Rowland.
discovered that tluorocarbons, the

stuff that puts the pssssst in spray cans, are v ; V J I 4 f

wreaking havoc in the upper atmosphere and, in

effect, are little more than time bombs. What the

tluorocarbons do, said Rowland, is eat, away at the

ozone layer-that thin blanket of gas that filters
ultraviolet radiation from the sun. JUST A LOCKPUMCHYA UITIB SQUIRT//

And, Rowland went on to' explain that even a

minor breakdown in this ozone layer could cause

massive outbreaks of skin cancer, bring about a Wiping the dirt with dirt

new Ice Age and send the earth on a tailspin to -

destruction.But .
that was pretty strong stuff for an unknown Shirt sleeves and; vest he paced around the room
college professor to start spouting off about, 'so inescapably honest. square jaw jutting out to meet those r .OPINION
smooth round pudgy faces grown soft from booze and long- ( )
most folks just tossed off the warnings as Flash
eyelashed women and booze. They would sneer, a jagged-
Gordonish hysteria and took Rowland to be some tooth grin of corruption that smiled from every line in their i
kind of fanatic. smooth rounds and every thread in their $300 pinstripes,
the wildest of all is the attorney general was nabbed obstructing
Luckily, researchers at Harvard, the Universityof saying: "Eliot. Eliot forget it: the governor's crooked the justice. The attorney general. Eliot., And it doesn't
and the National Center for At- district attorney's crooked and the mayor"sang at mydaughter's
Michigan stop there. Everybody's iping off the dirt with more dirt for
mospheric Research 'decided to check out wedding. Nixon was the man in the dark pinstripes without those
But he would work and work, and 'work. shirt sleeves'and
Rowland's claims. All three groups confirmed his !shoulder holster, silent steel gray eyes sitting in cars 'until telltale lines.lie's .
studies and concluded that: home now. a haggard pudgy round the eyebrows still
coming together and a tew of them are even slam, behind the
0 Nearly all the tluorocarbon (Dupont brand bars out of sight out of mind. We put them there with the
name-Freon) ever produced is still in the at- ,DOUG MOLLOY "don't.bothermeaboutit1don'twanttolook" attitude

mosphere. and the pain of it is. the reason it still hurts, stings like crazy
These fluorocarbons set off a chain' reaction GUEST COLUMNIST is that we are still doing it. We haven't learned a damn thing.
destruction of ozone molecules. Jerry good old Jerry,'bland and odorless a TV dinner of a
president was on the Warren Commission. We don't care
Even partial destruction or ,redistribution ot midnight smoking cigarette after bitter cigarette until he any more. Our anger at what is wrong high ideals ethics
the ozone layer could bring an end to life as we could.slam and those smooth round faces were obscured by intense morality is all gone. Right down.that hideously ob
know it.Earlier. the metal bars that were as cold as Eliot's eyes. Yes.. yes Eliot scene toilet. We did it.

this year, Dr. Alex Green, a UF physics Ness died for our sins. Yes. yes. Eliot Ness died ,for our sins.
BECAUSE ONE of those smooth round pudgy men snuck,
testified before the House subcommitteeon

professor through the side entrance when the only people watching were
public health and the environment to underlinethe the ones who watched Kitty Genovese die; he tound the Oval
aerosol spray can danger. Office and locked the door sitting in the imposing imitation
Green told the subcommittee that in 10 years walnut chair. flanked by the Hag and the crew-cuts. They

the ozone layer could be depleted by as much as 10 kept him safe.Nixon's ,
in the interests
bushy eyebrows connect of national
per cent and. come the year 2000, by as much as 30 security, and he decides no no. not safe enough..and pushedthe
per cent. If his calculations are accurate. Green lever that flushed We. the People and Government for the
said this could mean a possible 80 per cent increase People by the People and In Order to Form a More Perfect
,in skin cancer rates before the turn of the right down the toilet. It was that obscene.
And we let him do it, we let him lie bland and flaccid on
the TV screen. Everybody does it. Democrats and !
Those 1 are the kind of facts that should make Republicans and Bull Moose. Everybody does it. What kind

fanatics of us all. of a reason is that? What does that say about us? "I'm
But the manufacturing of fluorocarbons is big tired..."
business, raking in over $S billion a year and OH, ELIOT, ELIOT, the vice-president smooth round is
on the take: the secretary of the treasury is on the take. Look.
200.000 And last
employing over persons. year, -- IRon
despite the warnings from scientists, 25

manufacturers produced nearly 6 billion aerosol
Cunningham David KUln
spray cans-an increase of 10 per cent over the The Independent Edlter-ln-Chlo MaftoglngfdUor

previous year. These 6 billion cans dumped nearlya '
million tons of tluorocarbons into the at- Florida Alligator George Kochonlec Jr. Donna Brugmbn
mosphere.Rep. Photo Editor layout Editor

Paul Rogers of Florida, chairman of the till! QisutiC4tt: MindlKolman JodyCorllnlayout

public health and environment subcommittee, has EP Now Editor Editor

introduced .a bill that could bring an end to
R.A.'Tony K.ndzlor..T.,.. .. .. .. .... .... ...... .,... Genoral -
tluorocarbon destruction. If HR 17577
passed. Jo",...V.Cook .... .. .. 0 .. ......... ',' .."."..,.........Aaaldont General Manager
would initiate a further study of the problem and Mrs:ev.lyn But .. .u .........'.. ..t'. ...,..........Ildmints/rotiv.Ilalstant Monogor fubli.Kd by
eventually allow only those aerosol' cans. free\ of Ann.Molphurs't! \ r ,t....",...,,, ..". .Bookkoopor f.'HItllMI; f.ntlinilltllf; '''''''II''. ,ll"'
C. Roy Shipp .'.. .... .. .. .. .
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tluorocarbon danger to be sold. Tom MacNamara 0 .. . 0 .. .. . ......... ....... .0.. ... ... Manage '.0. Bo. 1 132(6 UnJv.,.i y
We hope Rep. [Don Fuqua will support Roger's Roy McGeo Jr.Donnolubrono. . . ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .'... .. . .Adv.rtislng Accountant Station.Gainesville. Florida with
bill and help speed its passage since it is predictedthat 0 . .. .'. 0 .. . 0 '.' .. ... .. . ... Adv.rtlslng Manager office b*MAd the CoHoa 'Inn.
Ac.,Harpor'',' 0 .,. .. ... ? .". . . .Special Coordinator ,1721 West University Avongo.
the nationwide death toll for skin cancer. Lynda Homlor/ ,' 0 .t.. ..'. . . . . 0 . Sections Coordinator tusinas phone: 376-4446.
could soon reach 6.000 persons a year. Lynn Sold.r. 0 . 0 . . 0 0 . . 0 .0.", .'.0. .Editorial Production Manager Editorial D.porim' .nt: 37644U.Advtrtiting .
And. at that rate there could soon be plenty ot Jim Espolito . . . . ., .... .Editorial Production Production Manager' ond, Production
GI.nda Martin , , 0 Circulation L Clouifled Mono p.r Ooportmonti: 776-A4ti2.
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Florida Alligator, Friday April II, "!75. fog 13

". Family platform explained ,

.'I.. ... ,
EDITOR'S NOTE. This is the fourth and final statement by Last. Luca "how' would you like a knuckle sandwich"Brazeni make sure their wills are in good shape."
the candidates for Student Government elections. The Action is running under the ridiculously phony name of SHOCKED THAT UF students have to spend upwards of
Florida Student, and Grassroots Reform Organization gave "Arthur Schwartz." When Brazeri (sounds like a ,well-known three hours finding out where to buy exams "The Family"
their platforms on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this female undergarment with an "i" on the end) is not out pledges to set up a "24 hour Hotline" so that no janitor will
week respectively. Today the Independent "Family" Party stealing and killing he is known to possess an absolutely ever be more than IS minutes from a phone. Or you are invited
states their ideas. marvelous sense of humor. to stop by their conveniently located office on the third
Dear.Paisano't; The other day, The Alligator published an BUT YET, WHAT are their qualifications? The first floor of the Fettucini Building. (formerly the J.W. Reitz
article stating, that Alfredo FettucSni was dead. However, qualification is their intelligence and bejiefjiv! the laws These Union) and thumb through "The Bluebook of Janitors" to
where crime and corruption is,rampant and accepted, Alfredo candidates'have had a total of Ida arrests and never once compare price lists and insure, that you the student, have
Fettucini lives. And you can rest t assured that Alfredo Fettuciniis a conviction. Another would be persistence. To give an made the best possible deal.
alive'and doing well on this campus. example vice-presidential candidate Anthony Caminite once AS ALL GOOD parties should, 'The Family" has drawn
The main issue of this election that the students of Florida spent two years looking for a murder witness to ask him a few upon their past expertise and so naturally, when elected, will
have to decide is whether they want their crime corruption, simple questions. This case is still pending.As pledge one tax-deductable co-op brothel. This brothel will be
mismanagement and frivolous spending controlled by a for leadership and foresight, one does not have to go any located in Fettucini Stadium and Polo Grounds, (formerly
bunch of amateur politicos or do they want professionals who further than the name of Alfredo Fettucini. At age 8, Fet Yon Hall). When asked why of all places Yon Hall a Family
know what they're doing. The answer is obvious. tucini disposed of his father and two brothers to take controlof spokesman replied, "Where else on campus can you find a
BUT THE STUDENTS of UF deserve the best. Not second the New Jersey Family. Ever since, Fettucini has never let dorm nicer than the Hilton." Fettucini thinks that every coed
rate crooks who tape their own confessions or even half-wit red tape and stupid rules get in his way in his relentless search should have the opportunity to turn their favorite hobbies into
senators from Winter Park. This is where Alfredo Fettuciniand for power. To implement this concept in 'UF he plans to useful cash.Intermingled.
"The Family" enter. Alfredo Fettucini has personally eliminate in one way or another the student senate. As,Fet with this brilliant idea, "The Family"
!searched the entire underworld organization and the Collegeof tucini so aptly put it, "......and they would only be in the way." promises to set up a profit sharing plan with the Infirmary.
Business Administration to find the finest criminal minds But why would a busy man like Fettucini go to all this Since the Infirmary's business should increase three-fold, this
that this University can afford. He personally swears that trouble for the students of UFo The answer is two-fold. The should successfully eliminate the $10 student health fee. I ask
every person on his ticket can be trusted, not to be trusted. first is simply power. The second is the UF Gator-Getters. you what other party has actually presented a tangible planto
For purposes of clarification. Fettucini chooses to run And this writer can assure you that Fettucini enjoys being bring down the price of tuition.
under the obviously phony name of Richard Snyder. He would gotten. Also by having Alfredo Fettucini as their president the
like his name to appear on the ballot this way for tax purposes TO INSURE SUCCESS in their campaign, "The Family"has students of UF will benefit even more. The truth of the matter
only. He has no intention of deceiving the students of UF brought to Gainesville as their campaign manager Nino is that Fettucini is a terrible loser. Fettucini sees no reason
before he assumes office. He chooses to wait until after his Bongiovanni. Nino is using his well-feared alias of Barry why UF shouldn't capture a Southeastern Conference title in
inauguration. Anthony Caminite, vice-presidential candidate,. Wander. Bongiovanni has managed several successful gang every sport. After all it won't be his fault when planes start
is fortunately not known in this part of the country so insteadof wars in the past, so was the obvious choice for the position. falling out of the air and buses drive over cliffs.
,going through the Alachua County Drug Task Force to After three days of sizing up the situation, Bongiovanni SO IF YOU WANT good government..vote FamilyIf
purchase another phony student I.D. he chooses to run under reported "They're playing pretty rough ball out there but you want the best in drugs..vote FamilyIf
his real name of Anthony Caminite. Hyman Goldberg, well since this is their first try at dirty politics they got about as you want adequate protection..vote FamilyIf
known New York bookie and part-time tailor is running much of a chance as a bagel vendor in Cairo." Bongiovanni is you want final exams..vote FamilyIf
under the name of Jamie Kravit. Needless to say he is run also serving as goodwill ambassador for the Family. When you want to continue to LIVE.....

ning for the position of treasurer. asked about this position, Mr. B replied"Yeah, that's right. I VOTE' FAMILYPrinting '

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EDITORi: Last quarter on the day that a implemented. He has the power to reject such .r
student demonstration was held protestingthe ideas.
proposed tuition increase, I attended an I HAVE ANOTHER idea. Realistically, I
Arts and Sciences Council meeting in which don't believe tuition can be expected to
UF (President Robert O. Marston was the' remain stable during my lifetime. When I first
guest. came to UF, one paid $180 per quarter for as
The meeting was held late in the afternoon many hours as one wished to take. Today it 4 ..r
and at the meeting's end I approached costs $13 per hour.and it probably will go up
Marston and presented my solution to ,UF's in the tall. Tuition increases could easily
financial problem: cut all administrative become an annual event.
salaries by'b per cent to generate funds. My idea is to stabilize the cost of an in*
MARSTON REJECTED the proposal. He dividual's education. If somebody enters UF
pointed out that he had chosen this job even paying $13 per hour, he should leave UF
though he had been offered other jobs that paying $13 per hour. If tuition must be increased
would be more financially rewarding. only entering students would pay it.
Further he suggested that some of the In this'way, every student would have a better
:administrative personnel would not be able to idea of the cost of his education and could

afford a.6 percent pay decrease. In fact, a plan accordingly.
person supporting a large family or paying for But I'm just mouthing off., I don't have the
major hospitalization might have trouble individual power that Marston has. Tell 'me.
what are we going to do?
dealing with u salary decrease.
The point though, is that Marston says my Thomas Benton victim.'s name .
3 AS
idea,is a bad one and therefore it will not be .

Kennedy's:; aims were is 'form of voyeurism'

. EDITORS I He Mr. Nichols and mental trauma withoutthe I lome it is a !strange form ofvoyeurism
'in tune with the times'EDITOR letter of April 3,1 I agree rape additional trauma of .
should not be "some deep and publicity of the event. 1 do not Donna Burnell
: John F, Ken Ihc I limes were prosperity !spread.. 'I I he United States of dark secret." We need to find the printing of rape NOW Rape Task$ Force
nedy saw America as ihefrontrunner Americans dreamed 1975 is a more interdependentnation educate the general public on \'ictimnanln educational. Director .
In world politic Kennedy's dream of improving then the United Statesof ihe subject of rape. We

and l pledged the survival of ourselves while I960. should destroy the myths,
liberty in the tight against awakening the world to the Kennedy's aims for his make known the facts, and The' Independent
Communism. He !spoke of the oils of Communism Truman administration were in tune i promote !self-defense and
"new frontier" and and Eisenhower planied the with the times, but his safety hints for wi men. Florida Alligator
sophisticated levels of seed Kennedy was to attemptto vibrant colossal manner However, publishing a rape
till the fertile field. made them :seem more thancontemporary. victim's name is not '
education und civil rights. His ,Sheila Draper Gary lolanofEn.rtoinm.ntlditor
THE CHANGING We were the educational. Consider! which
administrationwcrt1owcd Attooo Editor
'with: optimism toward the '(60s) WORLD economy, un super power who made the' you could)learn! .,more from. ,. h ( .
and'set forth to land a man on foreseen by any of the post. promises and upon whom the' who got'raped, or the ,fact :, Eric &trln '
the 1970. WW It'administrations, had' !free world depended. These that in 48 percent of all rapes Wire EditorGrog "
-moon by
does were born before .the victim knows her
The United States emerged other plans. ,No longer promises
United States dominatethe Kennedy lived after him.butneer assailant! ?, terror TomShnxforAwt.
from WW II the leading5uperpo"'Cf
with Communism nuclear economic and seemed. quite so grand. : ,A raped woman has enough SporH Editor .News, -<: EditorTholndopondont
i being the next energy !games; power has Mike Prenderta't'I to"'rnabout, with physical
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By, BOB MORRIS Most of cah. He tried to beat up my son, but I jumped' on him CoOn N child of an incestuous relationship between a brother and the stage, like a model on a runway, then stands facing the I..
beat the devil out of him. He just couldn't catch hold and stalks s off,to 'look k for more nickels andabeeinstofingerherbeard.It'san sister,
the show. .; of ura, shuts up says she is better towards discover
Staff Writer ; them but "not towards audience. But, there is no strip show, no unveiling to
Alligator .:' Laura as ''we walk toward the "Hell's : ofT-wh ite,yellowish
says Bellies" color, God, \who\ "
the most part controls "what" "we' e all become: whether Lola is really "half man, half woman. She sits back
"I. still stay in pretty good shape. I'm 55 and I've dofW old( Piano ivories, and when s she pulls'on a strand
It's' early Sunday morning the and by a gota d down and the audience leaves. Most seem a bit disappointed. ''f,
on midway, Carnigras. old husband. Heh, heh, heh: about two feet'
a year- out Still, Lola has '
there's 'much "Madame ,: tretches gone on to lead a relatively normal lite. She is But. Lola insists that she isn't a fake I b)
A few not happening. outside the travel trailers strictors, sits : ?' ( stops( while\ her d dog g inspects the/mside/! $ of fa. popcorn Y V..know, I shaved last November y y butit,it grows back really)y yM married,,has two.children and makes her home in Ft.. Myers. "PLENTY,OF DOCTORS have checked me out. I have ,"-
people arewalkingaround '(( off her and begins to fan herself.. ,'
t( { < *> < ) She pulls / ,cap, the "DOWN IN '
head. while adjusting bright' scarf FLYERS, I known '
that house the carnival workers, and a couple of on her life., I .M says Lola wrapped am and accepted. The 'everything it takes to be a man and woman. If you're a doctor,
grease- this wouldn't
covered men are trying to crank a gigantic garbage truck while all right, though trade it tor nd her head She's' got a small"" round tatoo on her cheek people are kind tome. They love me for what I am:" She says. then you can examine me," she says. "But )'ou'can tell for
up for
If work the carnie
with the slogan "The World's' Cleanest Midway" blaring out chair. A you and you get"two good large,watery eyes. At the end of her performance Lola stands up from her sure that my beard is real. C'mon' pull it it." Sure enough, it's'
in red and yellow letters. ,completed -a job in the outdoors plenty of travel, she says |a, who is 67, has been traveling with carnivals and chair and throws open her bathrobe. She walks the length of real.

The garbage truck is parked next to a couple of other Fwisto CONTINUE DOWN the midway and stop at the d deville acts since she was 10. She first performed as a '

trucks that proclaim in equally bright letters, that Carnigras most of the Belles" ticket booth: Behind the booth two posters cer for the AI Jolson vaudeville show b back in 1917. The
".' from front pages of the National Enquirer, tell the Lady began in 1936.
and Deggeller Magic Midway Shows Inc. have "The World's It's the rded gigs
Largest Portable Merry-Go-Round"and""The World's though. I of a girl ,who": was "fully mature at the age of 20 months" UT,AFTER' MORE than a half century on the road this ri'4
Brightest Midway.:" Gainesville, weird race of people "half dog, half human" who live in be the last year Lola appears in the sideshow.. Last

Most of the people who are awake have made their way to of the booths,her."Y! :' Russia. ember she learned she has cancer and was told she has -

Irish Pat O'Brien's' 's kitchen for breakfast. That's' where,Bob retrieve a Saturday night, the "Hell's Belles" loudspeakers lured than a year to live.
Granger, manager of the 55-unit traveling show, sits, goingover "I 1 been I crowd into buying 50 cent tickets with the promise I'm' getting tired of.all this," she says. "I hate to say it, but
his plans for the day and talking about the carnival !stopped tawdry spectacles" as "Madame Twisto the woman getting to where I just can't stand the people anymore."
business. Despite tight money and the recession the carnival 'I'urner, the ; the revolving head" ;, "The Ten-foot Giant" and "The stops to light a cigarette. "The k kids that came in here last ", .rr YrahrA

will still be making quite a few bucks while in,Gainesville. an answer. Pincushion; who" ramsjams, pushes and shoves long t.(.they acted just like animals sick animals I'm' tired,

"WE EXPECT TO GROSS about $$60,000, for the 10 days "WELL into her body. t," f
we're' in town," says Granger, who has been with Deggeller you say Lana 'I ? I there are,at least two legitimate acts in the show. One is uring a performance on Saturday night Lola stopped theto p I
since it began in 1956. Besides managing the show's ISO !side ol a Bearded Lady," Lola Conklin who on. Sunday morning put a rowdy customer into line.
employes, Granger-like most of the workers-has another "No. Not 'I I of the"Hell's Belles" enjoying the sun and talking jsten..son if you're' going to laugh, then just step outside
job. He sells candy apples. I about got .: her carnie companions. ''re not going to act that way in here: she said. And the
"But that's' what has been hurt the most at carnivals-the She paused, I the ,woman,' wrestler, points to one of the posters and stopped laughing. '

concessions and the games. People ,are still coming and about when I Lola if she is now billed as "The Dog-faced Woman.:" OLA IS BILLED as "half man, half woman..... a her- \ \1 '
spending lots of,money on the rides, but they aren't eating as didn't you?" looks surprised. brodite"' by the emcee but the crowd never really g'ets \ \ j 'i
much and, they aren't playing as many games;," he says. "Well .uh ? OF COURSE NOT. I'm the Bearded Lady, the f of the fact. Lola sits on stage in a long bathrobe, flicking
On Saturday night, the biggest crowds seenn' to hang !lure"' I tell Bearded Lady and that's all. Everything else is a en n occasionally as she tells her story.. She claims to be the 4 4hlorryob ; '
around the booth where'' "Bozo the Clown" insulted the t 1 ;
customers, who paid 25 cents for ,two balls and a chance to by c Kw" r rgrosanon
knock the wisecracking clown into a tub of water. .t '' + I Ikochanlec

"MAY I HAVE{ your attention," said Bozo as a fat kid in i 'I..
overalls tried to knock him from his perch.
"An elephant has escaped from the midway. There he is
now! C'mon' fatso, you can't knock Bozo in. Look out folks. vr,
Fatso can kill hundreds of you once he starts rolling out of
here. Ydhhhhh Fatsolll"The! !!! !! fat kid kept coming! up
with quarters as the Bozo's taunts got louder. But he never
knocked him in. iI J

That was Saturday night, though, and now Bozo's' perch is i
empty, the crowds are gone and the Carnigras midway is a
frozen metal jungle cluttered with paper cups, ticket stubs }
and cotton''candy cones. 9

Outside the gate leading to the bumper cars, a short, stocky: '
'woman. wearing a "Deggeller's' Midway'cap is walking her'
dog and'staring fixedly at the ground. As she walks'she kicks ry

the sawdust, and every so often she bends over to, pick up :

coins that fell out of people's pockets the night before. s; 7 rrk
"I'VE' MADE 66 CENTS and I .
so far ain't even been all "1''
the around," she tells she kicks more ;
way me as sawdust. k r'' ', photo bV y yk
"Plus I found this watch. It ,don't work but it ain't bad "' t John moran

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.Pag 1 16.Th IncUpmuUnt Florida Alligator Friday April )11. 1975 This page paid for at usual advertising rates. I

University Lump Sums for Universities-

Digest Chances Good York SaysChances

Produced $12.8 million over the governor's recom-
by the Divition; Information 4Publicittont are good that the Legislature of 229.595.763 for the SUS
Board Df mended budget
Semen to communicite will give the State University system lump $7.5 million which would
offuml Honeei A ;important' sum appropriations for next year, Chan- E&G budget, of the Board of
informal*** to SI"d'IIts.lt,11..'d' cellor-Designate E.T. York Jr. concludedin depend upon approval
Hail tt iht ( ni\\truly of Florida Legislative Report No..6 this week. legislativ.e Re.l'ort Regents1 proposed fee increase :,
York said that subcommittee 2 of the .
committee has Red Tie Progress
House Appropriations approved -
language already approved by the appropriations bill also provides for
6 Senate Ways and Means,committee "gi- automatic quarterly releases of funds and York said that committees in"have both
ving the System and the individual carry-over of unspent funds to. the next houses and administrative agencies to
universities almost complete fiscal flexibility year. been very responsive"
A A in..the use of funds.' York also reported that the House eliminate red tape.
3 The proviso language approved for the subcommittee approved an increase of For example,he said,the Department of
General Services has agreed to give
to the necessity of getting the Depart-
Faculty Staff Asked For ment's approval for short-time leases,
such as the lease of a conference room for

one day.

A e g K' T State Red Tape Examples Annual Raise Eliminated

York said the House Education subcommittee -
.! on personnel has stricken an
Air Faculty and staff members who have and department chairman, Executive annual cost-of-living increase from a bill
j examples of time-consuming rules and Vice-President Harold Hanson said a that was otherwise approved to eliminate
Ls T yiM1 .F 1y regulations which are duplicative or report on the "problems of bureaucracy" geographic pay differentials for state
wasteful have been asked to call them to ,will be circulated through state channels. employees.
the attention of their department chair- The president's staff will consider the
man or transmit examples to the Presi- report draft at its meeting Tuesday
dent's Office.In morning. Vice-president for Agricultural
; u a memorandum to deans, directors Affairs Kenneth Tefertiller is serving as Legislative Hotline
coordinator for drafting of the report
......-.- "'.....- Hanson, has asked that suggestions to Information on the status of bIDs in the
DR.DAVID CHALMERS Marshall Harris Tefertiller be forwarded to him today and calling 1975 Florida toll-free legislature 18003421827.can be obtained by
American Historian Monday.The .
Backs Lump Sum;

TeacherScholarDavid Marston of Regents ApplaudsBoard member Marshall Engineering, Agricultural Students

Chalmers Harris added his voice to the call for lump I
sum appropriations for universities duringhis Stage Fairs Today and SaturdayUnder
visit with UF administrators Wednes-
Lectures MondayDr.

day.Harris decried the Michigan system In 1975 Engineering Fair will be held the theme, "The Old and the
David Chalmers, chosen by the which he said aU43 Institutions of higher Friday and Saturday at the J.Wayne Reitz New",the fair will feature antique tractors
University Public Functions Committee as education must make separate program- Union ballroom and lawn. and engines. Innovations such as a pollution -*
the University of Florida's 1973-74 Faculty atic requests to the legislature."Let detector, a sound meter, and a light
Teacher-Scholar, will give the annual the universities in Florida get their bulb laser will contribute to the "new"*
faculty lecture Monday (April 14)) at 8:30: lump sums and make their own deci- aspect of the theme.
p.m.in Room 105B of the Architecture and sions,"he said. "Then your burden will be The Student Agricultural Council's first
Fine Arts complex. to come in and prove why you ought to get annual Ag Fair begins today"and continues
Prof. Chalmers, who has been with the more than the historic norms." tomorrow with exhibits from the various
UF Department of history since 1955, will UF President Robert Marston told c '. departments and clubs on the ROTC drill
lecture on "My Life in Violence: The Use Harris the University of Florida would field in conjunction with Carol Gras.
of Autobiography." He is a specialist in welcome the opportunity of such a Exhibits will include objectives and aca-
American history and has written or challenge.The demic research of each department and
', edited five books, including works on the club and will range anywhere from a
Muckrakers, the Klu Klux Klan, the Water Hyacinth Combine to an ornamental -
Standard Oil Company and the Tariff, and plant display.
numerous chapters and articles. Saturday the UF Rodeo Club will host an
The Faculty Teacher-Scholar, chosen DflDIIflToday Intercollegiate rodeo event at 1 p.m. alsoon
yearly by the 13-mcmber studentfacultyPublic the drill field. Rodeo teams from
Functl Committeeappolnted by Georgia and Alabama will participate In'
the President, must be "a man of Birdman of Alcatraz was not at all bullrlding, bareback bronc riding, calf
outstanding scholarly endeavor' who Is peaceful according to retired director of roping, barrel racing, and other events.
"recognized by his colleagues and his the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Dr. Myrl Last Day
students as a man of superior teaching Alexander, who tells some true stories on 'Celebration'Wind-Up
ability."Nominations are submitted to the Uniscope Sunday at 12:30: p.m.on Channel To Pay Fees
Committee by the college deans, who 20, WCJB, in Gainesville. "Celebration," a week of performing
solicit faculty input. The director of the University of and visual arts, sponsored by Omicroa
Florida's new criminal: Justice program PenaltyToday Delta Kappa service organization and the
'Gator Getter'Applicants also presents his theories. on crime J. Wayne Reitz Union continues with an
prevention.Anthropologist. to the last day students can pay or argumentative exhibition by the UF
Barbara Purdy and nu- defer spring quarter fees without being Debate Team at noon
today on the
" SoughtThe clear scientist Genevieve Roessler talk assessed a$25 late fee.Students who do not Colonnade,and a richly-costumed Renaissance -
about a new artifact-dating: procedurethey're pay all fees (including $25 late fee) by ensemble at 8:15 pjn. tonight in the
University of Florida Athletic working on called thermo-lumin- April 21 will be dismissed from the Medical Sciences Building
Department Is seeking 15-20 girls to serve escence. The new procedure is of particular University. Both events are free to the Auditorium.
as"Gator Getters"for fall quarter..Gator interest to Florida because organic Fees may be paid at Student Accounts at Celebration winds public
Getters assist the Athletic don't survive Florida's climate. the HUB up on Saturday with a
Departmentstaff objects from a.m. to 3 pjn. today, or ,10 a.m to 8 p.m.art exhibition and
with recruiting, serve as hostesses Consequently Carbon-14 procedures don't they may be placed in the drop-box at the the Union Colonnade and North sale on.
and goodwill ambassadors. work well to date Florida artifacts. northeast end of the HUB. University Lawn.
Applications are available 214 Stadium And Journalism graduate student Oscar Comptroller Monte Loeb noted that any Friedaa
weekdays,and must be submitted by Miller's first TV film-about the bike banks payments found in the box when It to Monday
Wednesday,April 16. To apply, girls must being Installed on campus to counter bike opened Monday morning will be regarded Feminist
be full-time University of Florida students thefts-is shown' on:the Universityproduced 'as on-time. Betty Frledan will speak
with a 2.0 average.' TV show which Is seen on several Loeb,estimated that approximately Monday night at 8 p.m. In University
For more information, contact Betty,or commercial television stations across- the 10,000 students still had not paid their feesas Auditorium. The free public event is
Coach Fulton, 3924624. -.. 0' state. of Wednesday of this week. sponsored CounciL ,by the University College

....The University, of Florida ,to an_Equal Employment Opportunity/Afflrmative Actio: n Employ

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,4J back seat to else.
(from page someone
inday, April 13 FIELD DAY: Explaining why he never joined the Jaycees
of the Junior Bar Association Harris said. "I
2:00: 4:00: PM., ( :
strong.He anything. I figured if I had to go through the
Crazy Competition events, prizes, music, and beer has come out': in support of lump sum junior group route and wasn't able to be in he
Soap Box Derby Race. Have cars at the SAE house funding which the state'system has said it senior organization it probably wasn't worth
for inspection at 12 Noon, and the race at Graham needs for the flexibility necessary to make the the trouble."
Hill at 4:00 PM. changes mandated by the economic times. One of the tew regents who has made an ,
pond HARRIS WARNS HOWEVER, "If effort to visit the schools around the state
historic norms are followed in funding and system. Harris said he was surprised to find
14 ,you send the money to the same areas as you this fact out.
onday, DAY: did before, I'll find myself a new president" "I HAVE PROBLEMS understanding how
With Harris' honesty a valuable com the Board of is i if
"Wear Your Jersey" and sign for Regents supposed to operate
up Friday's Dance
modity these days. is often mistaken for they don't get around to all the universitieslike
Marathon. arrogance. this.

Movie: "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", 8:30: When Harris says to a student heckler who "I find in talking to my, fellow regents I
PM., North Union ,Lawn. questions one of his remarks. "Give me some don't talk to people who have knowledge of
credit for being reasonably intelligent if I.say more than one campus" Harris declared.
15 something I am probably not wrong in what I Explaining he is"not a cheerleader for the
esday, April say,",he is just trying to be honest about how state university system." Harris said his main
he sees himself.He purpose as regent was to try and get at some
GREEK CIN CITY NIGHT: does not lose his temper too often, but of the problems by learning as much as he can
says he is puzzled by people who get angry and then deciding what has to be done.
Prove you are a Greek by I.D. or Jersey and drink with him if they don't agree with his opinion. Although Harris usually convinced he'
more for less. "THERE ARE A LOT of people who knows what has to be done he acknowledgesthat
Sign for Friday's Dance Marathon. disagree with me and who think there is he, like everyone else sometimes makes .
up something clinically wrong with me because 1 mistakes."If '-
don't agree with them," Harris says. I'm wrong. 1 rnt wrong, but I'm not
ednesday, April 16 Harris also admits he doesn't easily take a afraid to admit it when I am."


Rest for the remainder of "Greek Week" and make
"MY POINT IS that it oughtn't be the role
from one
sure you vote in the Student Government Election! page of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center to divert
money (to pay for indigent patient debts -
hursday April 17 STREET DANCE "finite distribution of resources and we don't )...the care should be provided but we
want to spend money in a way that deprives us should be reimbursed for it."
of spending it in other ways .without being The doctors at the meeting seemed to
Four Bands, 7:00 11:00: PM, Fraternity Row reimbursed for the care we're providing." agree.
I THE REGENT SAID that Shands Is' Ophthalmology Chairman Dr. Herbert,
' /DANCEMARATH'ON spending money on emergency and operatingrooms Kaufman told Harris his visit was "a ray of
Viday, April : that "could be reimbursable from the sunshine" for the health center.
counties." "We need these patients for the educationof
7:00: PM. Friday, through 11:00: AM. Saturday, at the "It would be a shame not to be reimbursedand our students yet they're bleeding us dry. If
Rathskeller. use the money to pay for some of the high we don't take care of them, our training
priority needs at the health center/' program suffers and since we do were' losing
Harris emphasized he was not seeking a money. If we could get some adequate
limit on hospital admissions or on the types of reimbursement it would be a great shot in theSUNDAY
should I care provided. "That's not my role,"he said. ann:'


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AgiHwithagreatfollowingjEvery point where malt other
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..>, cop in the {yea and martyrdom era his themes

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INDIAN DANCE PERFORMANCE lAme for all workshops and lessons will take place in Room

Wad 2 Oat Aprlll"June'. 330. from 9:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m., March 31. through April 'II.

Sponsored. by... J.Wayne Belts. Union. 00pmINSTRUCTOR: Students faculty and staff members and their spouses will have
Allen Studies Deportment Public Functions linda Datly priority for lesson enrollment from March 31 through April 4.. Only
end the Arts end Sciences Student Council) S2000StudontiS770tNnn t".dentsCRAfusvEY after this time will registration be open to other persons.
Due to price and registration differentials, it will be necessary that

An Indian done performance featuring three Mon.April Jun.2 each person come to register with appropriate Identification.
traditional cultural dances will be presented In the J.Woyn. 7:3 .*:30pm, Enrollment for Individual classes is limited and, therefore, on a
Roils Union Ballroom at 8:15 p.m. on April 11. INSTRUCTORUnaaDarty: first-come first-served basis. Persons may only register 'for
Anjali./ tho performer will be giving her first performanco 120.00 Sluden.. themselves.
CAREER FAIR DAY In the Southeastern United States. S26.00 Non.Strd.ntn Because registration for all workshops and lessons U limited we

April U Admission I.free however those attending tho Indian SMiROKWIY must consider your decision to enroll final by 4.00 p.m. the
10:00 o.m.to 4:00 p.m.J. dinner will got reserved sooting. Mon April 14-May S working day preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will
Wayne sits UnionA seats 7:30-:30: : p.m. only be made under these circumstances.
Only a limited number of will be available to ,
program designed to help women explore those not attending the dinner INSTRUCTORVirginia Solomon: CONTSMTORARV WITCHCRAFT
colleges, careers: and opportvnl oL POOStudontiIMMOICMY TNt MT Of IONSAI SORCStV AND MACKTuai.ApriMSMoy77
SIt 00 Non 5tudtt,, Turn.April 5-Mey 27 .
INDIAN DINNER 7.>>'30 p.m. 730-'.30pm.
Information on career choices: Individual In coordination with the dance performance the J.: INSTRUCTORTony : INSTRUCTORDikUJeMullan:
consultations with representatives of all UF Wayne Rolls Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian Mon May I3-June 2 Davis
colleges and various corporations.Panel >cuitine. Tho dinner will precede tho performance and 730.30: p.m. JlS.005tud.nt.SMOONonSluifenlt l .. SlOOOStudant. "
INSTRUCTORVirgin : ... ...
will give people an opportunity to become Solomon II'00 Non-
acquainted with food and music ol. India.. S7.00 students5.00t4on.Stud.nts ASTROLOGY CROW YOU OWN
Thun. (Organic Cordoning
April 17 2t
discussions and workshops conducted by Reserved seats for tho dance performance will be : -" :30p.m.May Tuai.April IS-May 77
professional women on resume writings, interviewing mode available to those attending the dinner. JtWSUlY CONSTRUCTION INSTRUCTOR: 73030pm: : .
techniques and opportunities for Tickets are. $4.00 for U of F students $3.50 'for norv ( .ginning) DiMU.Jo Mullen INSTRUCTORStonWlock:
students. Mon.April 'UJune 110.00 students.
women in various professional fields. 130330pm. 51 S OO Non-Stud.nts 110.00 Student
For further information call Claire Walsh at 392- Beginning April 7. tickets will be on sale at the OartySUOOJtud.nl. ,TuM.QUIlllNl May IJJune* 9 YOU*OWN
University Box Office (Constans Theatre) from 12:00: to l 7.>>'.30 p.m. (Organic Gardening)
1261. $74 00 Non StudonHIPNtUM INSTRUCTORVirgin Thun.April 17.May 2t
4:30: p.m.. Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be :
available at the door Phone 392-1653 for ....... CONSTRUCTION Solomon 73030im: : .
Sponsored. by the Division of Student Affairs. votlons. (ln ..rmodiotolTuti S7.00 Student rNSTRUCTORStonWIock:
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PAREYOUADORMRATJisee appeal to review group

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( a personal classified for information ) By MICHAEL BRADLEY

Alligator Staff Writer
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THE IHC DORM WEEKTheOpen Spring quarter registration has
; significantly increased the number of cases
presented to the University Senate Committeeon
Whl........u.aaaurullvOwot.rse..rrrrr.r.l'It'" Student Petitions.
During the past two weeks more than 100
petitions have been reviewed according to Dr. ,n.
Phillis Meek. Associate Dean of Student ,.
Path Affairs.
Tuesday afternoon have been lasting ic' 4
four to five hours.
The Committee tor Student Petitions is the

@ @ group students.appeal to tor late registration,
grade changes withdrawing past deadline
late drop-adds, and refunds for courses
dropped late. 2, 'sff
The committee is composed of represen-
tatives from each of the upper division > 5 'i
colleges, three from University College, three
from the Office for Student Services, and two
students.A .
0 student tiling a petition in the Student
Services office then presents his case to a
representative from his college and at least
one other committee member. These
representatives present the student's case
before the committee as a whole.
Oo OPERATING UNDER Board of Regents AbA"4 !k-?" r
p0 guidelines and examining the student's ,
academic records, the committee then
discusses the case, and rules on the petition bya
majority vote.
The committee's hearings are closed and
may not be attended by the students filing

petitions.The .
reason tor the closed hearings is to THOMAS BIGGS
protect the student. Meek said pointing out ,refuses to speculate
that confidential records are displayed on an
overhead projector. Thomas Biggs U f. attorney refused to'
jie Open Path program Is Arica's most concentrated way of The representatives personally contacted by speculate if the hearing would j come under the
the student act in the student's behalf Meek jurisdiction of the Administrative ProceduresAct
esenting the opportunity to achieve inner realization.e .' .
said.THE (APA)
Elements of the Open Path are precisely balanced to BUCKLEY AMENDMENT, which The APA requires state agencies to adopt
ling us to the point of seeing that we can make profound specifies that student records be kept confidential rules of procedures ahd policies which allow
exempts the :hearing from the review by affected parties before the hearing
anges in our lives. Sunshine Law, according to' Richard takes place.

Jtuitively we all know that Inside us is a complete and Whitehead. Dean of Admissions and BIGGS SAID he could not offer an opinion

Idiant being.All of our suffering can be described as the Records. unless.requested to do so by. the, university.

jnging for union with that radiant being.a to

' series of five Sunday programs, the.Open Path offers Journalism offers funds. I

'shniques of meditation, breathing, mantramic repetition, .
vement, and psychic cleansing which nourish and help to

orate that inner self. The UF College of Journalism and college said the details of how the first
Communications will award $25,000 in scholarships will be awarded have not been
ting maps of human consciousness which acquaint us withr scholarships beginning fall quarter. worked out, but the fund requires that the
"psychic territory" and its "inhabitants, we discovere student be a "needy. and deserving".jour-
mechanisms which keep us from experiencing our The scholarship money comes from a trust nalism broadcasting student.
we will observe, fund established last month through the Bickel was president of the United Press
tural Throughout the day,
positive state. estate of the late Karl A.,. Bickel. It .will wire service from 1923 to 1935 and is credited
[scuss, sing, dance, listen, laugh, cheer, chant, and change.e continue until an unspecified date. with opening the wire service to radio stations'

culmination of the Open Path is the Hypergnostic; Medi- Dean John Paul Jones of the journalism .and morning papers.

[tion, an advanced technique for obtaining liberated states_

I consciousness. It can be practiced alone or with others,
[peatedly drawing upon the energy and joy generated by a .,:

|oup of human beings working in unity. TG.LFAction: ..$*,, fh x' /,3712&43ORDQ I": '
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first :Open Path Program fldF
Sunday 13th. The cost will be $ :
I further 'Information contact Arica,, ,809 West

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Editor says news ration 'thin'


s By MICHAEL BRADLEY'' freedom of the press Rosenthal said American journalism) is
Alligator Staff Writer "' at its highest point and is going higher.
i "We are a far more inquiring craft now," he said adding
The First Amendment is being "whittled away" accordingto that every aspect of journalism is expanding.

, A.M. Rosenthal Managing Editor of the New York Times. ..-:: .. .-.--....; .\ .--! "!. "" .-
Citing examples from across the nation, Rosenthal said
S freedom of the press is now under attack from the courts
which "'irst gave flesh and blood and life to the press.",
This is the most serious threat facing American journalism
,'he said.
ASKED ABOUT PROPOSED legislation guaranteeing New in ainesville

confidentiality between the reporter and his source shield

enough.laws, Rosenthal" said"The First Amendment should be shield 8 ut'leXicaho' CRegtauftant t

"I 1 don't like them," he said of the shield laws, but "I'm
afraid we need them."
"Some kind of reaffirmation of the First Amendment is
necessary," Rosenthal stated. FOOD
Rosenthal's remarks were delivered at an afternoon luncheon
at the Sweden House presented in conjunction with n a Village Square
UF's 'Journalism Day.
MOST OF THE recent"criticism of the press doesn't deal 2409 SW 13th St 377.5151
'with the real issues, according to Rosenthal.The .
real issues are money and official distortion, he said.
Rosenthal.does not believe newspapers and broadcasters

L:. are spending enough money to adequately present ,enough
news to the public.
"They give the readers a ration of news," he said, "a very,
'very thin ration indeed."
ADMITTING THAT much of the press's informationcomes ANNOUNCES# '

from official sources, Rosenthal said, much of this The arrival of large shipments of men's VJ Jfer*
information is distorted by the officials who release it..
and wpmen's spring and summer
Vietnam and Watergate were two examples of official
clofhing. rat
distortion cited by Rosenthal. 1i42W.Unlv.Avt.
The press has been able to untaint some of it (official photo by andy newman In Rtnastltnct Fair
distortions) but not all of it:', Rosenthal said. AM. ROSENTHAL
DESPITE THE CURRENT criticism and threats to 'j
.criticism of press misses the issue, money


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ions by the NFS were,in most 'cases lower' :than'thosee He added it would probably not "be any time ioi>n''b f re''major
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the Bureau reorganization took place.-
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iowever, NPA's estimates for 1.960, and 1970 were higher "Some reorganization is inevitable'but I haven't seen any. ,
UF's estimates for the same years. proposals I would be willing to support yet..""Brown said. "
e UF bureau does not base its estimates only on noticedus Brown added he had some "severe reservations''about. the l eenteiFsAny f"
figures. Jack Doolittle. UF statistician..said.e proposal to split up the College of Arts and Sciences."I .' 'Complaint .. ,. .
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also check building permits and the resident elec. ::'

ty count" he explained. think the college needs straightening, but I don't! .think student spotting election campaign violation can'
PEAKING. OF .PROJECTIONS_ for 1980 and 1985, this proposal would strengthenJjt.; ::1 file a formal 'complaint'at a table outside room. 305 in the. J.
little stressed that 'population projections are only "I'm convinced that general education: has got to surviveany Wayne Reitz Union.
cited guesses. .kind of restructuring," Brown added. Students can.pick: up.. a copy'of the election laws in Unionroom
When you are making a projection you use historical data 305. .v ,
the current population, and figure that the population .CA. VANDERWERF, dean of arts and sciences.Vias not Kathy Whitney elections ;commission member said,
grow at the lame basic rate. But when a place like Disneyrid available for comment Thursday. students must first obtain. a complaint form from room.JOS in
enters the picture, it throws all your projections off UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said any the Union.
little said. changes UF might make in its operations would come only, "BECAUSE. THE ELECTION: laws require the complaintsbe
e Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood metropolitan area was after hearing reactions from the faculty. turned into a member of the election commission; table
the second fastest growing area in the country. The will be set up outside of room 305 from 11 a.m.to 12.noon and
iheim-Santa Ana-Garden Grove area in California was "We wouldn't want to do anything that doesn't have: the J p.m.to 4 p.m.April 14 through 18 she said. .
t according.to the NPA study. support of the faculty. No decisions are going to be imposedon A list of election 'commission members and their telephonenumbers
her Florida areas were listed as Orlando. 4th; West Palm, the faculty" Hanson said. are posted on the:student government bulletin boardin
,10th; GalnCYiUe.12tJI;Tallahassee. 13th;and Miami Hanson said the 'Hemp proposal*, was one'of"an infinite room 305 in the'Union' in" case'of. emergenaes.Wbitney;
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e '64 Chevy Impolo Needs work For Info pgers drums-5 piece rylgian cymbls ,Femolv' roommate to share furnished
kitchen parking,
blks from ,
coil 378-4757 (o2tH1-p) hardware,cases + accessories 378-4869 apt campus / opt $6795.. Plus V, utilities
MO-montS Good oil
garden yard exposure opts
(oH0p l ) brood/wine pam after 7pm at
ANTIQUE CLOTHES sole Frl-Sun Apr ". lor plonts-giont' windows. Sublease or .
377.3065. (tb5t-110-p) .
13 lOWEST PRICES In town 532 nw 29 GIRL'S FIVE-SPEED like new bike 'lease 376-2436: 204 NW IS ter (b.21.112. .
ove 377-2309.. loom to 6pm. ((021.11.II Perfect condition;book rock.$65 or best P)_ ,____ 2lorge bedrooms ,1 with. private bath
1 ) offer. Call 372.4569 after 6:00. ((0'4tMOp ? prefer studious type.House very nice 15
lr ) desire to sublet 1 br, apt 'In Hawaiian min from campus by bike at most 65-70 'I
Wedding Bonds 4 Engagement Rings: village 1183 furnished Immediately roll
S 378-6376 (b-St-UO- ,
1-9 utility Jorge
BR plus
front kitchen 2
1971 60x12 MH
Traditional of b3t-TOS-pl .
or Contemporary designs 373-7954 ( ) ,
r choice. Handmade for Individual ,living R. Bt R. Awning, auto washing P _
who your wont the.best Original work by machine In o good safe trailer pork hi Need female roornotes to,shore 2 br2txrm Shar.modem 4 bedrm townhouse fully
South' loading Artltrt Master' Gold very pood condition. 4 350 or best offer f furs opt Country Gardens close to equiped wother-dryr, etc. April rent
Smith and lopldIM Unconditional by owner.Coll after 5 PM or before 9 AM med center $59a moor ownroom free $72 50-month- t 1-5 uhf! Ph 377.
f Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment only. Monday to Friday (a.6t.110-p) 377-7309, (b-5t-)09-) 8414 '(b-N-110-p)

373-3894 (o-0 9I.1 Mop) Acoustic Amp 146,2.15"spks., 250 watts studious responsible Ie'mole, room ROOMMATE WANTED,male or female to
meat MW bond taw type ond meat peak, covers perfect cond.. 378-4876 mate wont. own room In university share two bedroom opt. at OAK FOREST.
ground asking for $500.00 for both call Steve (o-atill-p) garden 702215 S70+I 1a utilities coil length of stay mind price negotiable.

\ 392-6702 from 8 pm to 4pm or 475-1312 72 Mario Mobile 12x60. AC cent heat, cathy or Howard at 3764720 (t h-St-HO- 377-2365 (b-4t-HO.p) _.

after 6 pm and ask" for dove (a-IOl-105-( : furnished, carpet. Good condition, pi)

P1) handsome Interior, quiet park, claM to 'ItlUUISIUUUI
campus 376-5330 (5t-111-p) \ uuauRNuwl/4
2 Quam 12ln.extended rang.speakers
in nice big hand-mod cabinets w- real estate WATERFRONT HOMESITE calf
louvered grill look and sound .great pond: 10 mln from city heavily wooded.
$100 call 373-2073 (5t-10B-p() ) Only' $5950 WD Mason Co. Inc. Call WOULD YOU UK
377-6789 (o5t-111-p)
Canard Zero 100 bat + pickering -.t.
l $130 new 230 coiled tub Strobe light bargain world 2614 n* 18 terr.open 9:30:
$20 TV light show $15. Stereo pulse 5:30: for your furniture needs lowest PARADE?
f modulator $20. 392.7265 (5t-107-p) prices. antique cabinet 95.00 console tv \;\TO BE
6995.organ S bench 12500.377-9835 (o111op -
fender mustang, electric guitar thardshell ';- )
cat excellent condition call see personal classifiedfor .:
I.. 373-7954 ((0.51-108-p) 1975 hondo-150 mites only-electrk
starter-must sell-save $$on almost new .,.
1970 honda cb 350 '14 000 mile sissybar bike.$1099. firm call art 373-8144 pm informationIHC
Megaphones Must sellll I I$400 Phone 378- 372-4357 day (a-St-HI-p)
9067 after 5. (b-2t-UO-p)
Harmon Cordon integrated reel-to-reel'
Peavey PA system 400 series$600 or best recorder and f.m. receiver-$200 Two
offer call 377-2049 or 378-6563 ((0....- Ahec Lansing 890c speakers-$200-must
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Petrl ft 2 35 mm camera excellent real' estate 7 to 16 acres north of city,
condition$80 or best offer,call 378-6846 high t rolling large trees call Joe
or 373-9740 after 5-m (5t-IQ9-p) __ Crawford c-o W,0. Mason I Co. Inc. 377.

T :2 bedroom mobile home, expandable 6789 (o-Sl-111-p)
( JRE SOUTHES1C41ALL living room t boy window must tee to ideal investment property 15 percent
appreciate beautiful panelling & shag down to qualified buyer will buy this 3
carpet 372-4237 (o-7t-106-p() ) hdr. I lYe b. home trances mann realtor Third do anything for a 118rJ...sfsd 40.UJIIM.-
TV trend really of gainesville Inc. 377-6666
|vc stereo system with speakers, new after hours 378-044. (10.51.1 112-f>))
t kodak 35mm camera, yashlca 35mm w'ys"
with flash, waterbed with from** liner I960 fender stral $250, old blonde les xSe
t 233 W. Univ. Ave. 377-3013 coil and make offer. 392-8246 (a-St-IOB- paul' custom $450, both with COM 392-
9501 (o5t-112-p)
STARTS TODAY 8 &' 10PM"A tl) GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies: super
pioneer equip
how with intelligence 4 R
speakers 60 watts peak each turntable prospects ,
M CRAZY. SAVAGF FILM temperament plus! must see to believe.
belt drive call
pl-41 sx I500p amplifier 10 who shots, wormed $150.3764719o5tll2p
378-0830 after 5:30.: (o-St-IOB-p() )
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1C.-ONOCLASTIC AND TRULY Custom Hondo 350 Hog rear end 8" Intent self defense against assault or

over with dual lights, t.bar, 15,000 -tape Completly' disable one or more < .,
r LIBFKTIN( ,: miles, asking.$650 or best offer. Colt attackers instantly Girls, if you are ever
378-0370 oft. 5:30.: (a-101-1O8-p() ) alone at night you need this devICe. __ .__
1968 mobile home 12x58 air central heat Guys, if you hove a girl' be tore she Is .A BUT
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wall to wall carpet kenmore dryer 2 safe when you ore not with her. Send
bedrooms excellent condition ",000 $3.10 to Sheriff .50, PO, Bon 1622,

A CLEAN HIT.C call 3784)449) ((0-71-109-p) Gainesville, Fla. Unconditional gaur an..
architects + Interior dnlgnera-M ylln. Cinema
OMBINES THE JEST OFBOTHVVORLDS adjustable dwg desk 30" x 42"$40< call BYCYUE for sole 25 In wltComb from. 4001O0 1 PG
all campy components except crank and
Jon 392-8507 evenings (o-5t-109-p) 4:00 10:00 .
brakes$300, 377-8356011I for John (o.5t-
IN A JAUNTYMUSICAL for sole: refrldgerator 58ft3 good 112-pJ) .
condition great for dorm or room call
Mike, 378-9810 (o3ll10-p) block nikon fin $293, mkkor 205mm'
SPOOF. i A H $195. visitor 35mm $86, mkkor'105mmS195.
YAMAHAI75cc dlrtbike In excellent somigon fisheye $120, sekonil fc .r<
condo Has. placed In the gatorbock Call meter, $38 or best offers call Mike, 377.
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June 15 walk
4th ove 378'4869 air conditioned (b.5t. heat.water incl to campus
a c, pool $128
1 II mo
University opt. 1 524 nw 4th ave No. J
I ANT furnished> rn bedrm. TownehoTw. ; ;; see Gene rm 220 meb anytime (b.5t or. OLDIE GOLDIE NIGHTSATURttAYNIGHT

.utilltie. Call cent Tom 377 a c,.8759 110(mon. |Incl: 110.p) ___ rxl,.,
b.3t.110'el) room forrent private J80 incl all
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t ROQMA WANTED; Shqre 2 bed opt in' utilities;alsO a.c lost week of April free' ; : tt: $ j
Old haule.S75. ; "
mo + Vi utilities se 2nd + all of July 'free call Steve at 392-3028 -
ove -r7th St call Terry after 3768122
5537 (student) ib.5t.,llQ-pl) (bSllOOp)_
house for rent, april rent free, 3.b J
SUMMER SUBLET: I Ibedr opt I block tram both,furnished, $200.mo., short lease'se
campus. See Tigen Hall from your I4ihst, 4lit ave 378.5500
bedroom I SISO plus electric Coli 378. TONITEODK
6533 (b.3t.IIOop) Female. wonted to share 2 bedroom
e trailer $50 a month includes util Located {
mol roommate needed for spring 17 ml west of Grille for Info call 376-
quarter ot oak forest apartment 182 for 4446, ask fat Glenda or .72.2870 offer TALENT y
$70 + I 1.3 utilities. call tim ot 3729303. SOOfbfr( .Ml.nc) SHOW

1b-.III.p) mole roomote needed to shore bdrm, In
WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR 2 bdrm apt in frederick gardens near
ValLi APARTMENT Joel Bridges, Realtor 404 campui 56.25 month plus I 1.3 utilitiei '
S.W..4lh avenue, 377-6700 (B.5T-104 (II h2t.III.p) 50C at the door

pg) NEED ROOM TO BREATHE? own room in
3 bedroom house, 1V4 both, screened new house on 'ti acre Really Rural No
porch,laundry,240 month 2518 N.E. 11th lease.Air-con, Very Quiet 376.5766 (b- Quad by requestAT
Terr. 3723480378-74303775232 (b4t 5t.III.p I I )
10.P) Need a ploce to call your home For Info
call 3784757 (b-2t.I11.p ,
fern ) '
roommate needed Immed. $60-mo
Ov I 1.3 utilities. own room in large 3 AVOID THE FALL RUSH Now Is the time to -
E bdrhouse Vi block from campui Good look for that house or opt for the
pat deal! Phone Terry 373-0973 (b.3t.HQ.pl) summer or fall quarter. Coll todayll 372-
6992 (bOt.III.p)
t large furnished, air-conditioned mobile
home- across from campui $140 per READ THISIII If your planning to move
month,$40 deposit. 377-0049 (b-3t-I 110- anytime between NOW and SEPT.we
I can rent or sublet your present residencefor T--.j'
l1IIi 4,4 I Roommate you. Absolutely no costlll 377-6992
needed to shore 2 bdrm apt
(b.4Ot.III.p l ) ,
Hawaiian village No. 124 $92.50f Viutilities
377-1583 (b.5t.109.p) Apt to sublet for summer 2 bedroom
turn,oc,priv parking. Close to campus b .
Med Center June Free$135.mo Call 372-
4386 Anytime (b2tlllp) WOMETCO TWINPLAZA

male roomate needed own room & full 1 I 0 2:05 '.4:00 5:55 7:45 9:45'NW. :
bath / utilities 50 per month call 372- _.
0739 after 530 (b.5t.111 I.p) IMi STREET and].

bedrooms available in 4 br house,quiet 23rd BOULEVARD
m FLORIDA STATE THEATRES studious atmosphere, yard garden "
woods Near Arbys Graduate student. 1"
t.Mi toeM prefe-red 373.9610 (b.5t.111! .p) 1f1N

3 Bed 2 bath mobile home on shady
r. w. 1Mt 7:15: 9:10: ALL NEWTHE lakeside lot. Fully furnished a.c. Rent FUNHEflTVinctrif
$180 or sole 466 3543 Sat & Sun (b srH2o C,"br NEW YORK TIME

nice quiet apt need a roomate for 52.00
FOUR month call or come by Village Pork 50- A.CRAzYCOMEDY
373.9295 (11>.51.112.p) .

iMUSKETEERS( ) female roommate oak forest luxery opt
5875 t "d utilities, available im-
iiiedately,, 377.5381 Mary or Nikki. (b.5tUiPi .

c J'VYA8 7:30: your planning to move anytime
1 between NOW and SEPT we can rent or I 1 -.
930l sublet your present residence for you. 2:10 4;.10 6:00 7:45 9:35
M. 1 Absolutely no cost Ml 377-6992 (b.40t. |N.W. 13th STREET and I
112.p) 23rd BOULEVARD
Wanted liberal Responsible Female To
share 2 bdrm Trailer mi. w. of town in
quiet country setting $60 per mo. + 'h
util Immediate) occup.*377.2565.- (b.StIl2p @ was never like this.

2br. 2 bath cent air + heat furnished
mobile home at lamplighter! park $165 Emmanuelle sensual- but she'selegant.
'first + lost 372.5371,after 5.30 378-8213 ,
1 (h.5t.109.p)
: Emmanuelle fantasy butshe's
POOMATE WANTED 2 br duplen $75 mo. ,
your hairdresser does it better... own room fenced yard 1231 NW 45 Ave
16:.>Gt starting May I pets welcome. (b3t12n she leaves
fun. But
.. most
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.' f1j; ',:'P, irivote area entrance im 6 I 115 3 blocks nw 10 from st 5 to campussee 7 pm you with a ,singular lack of guilt.

week (fb.5t.112.p)

; ,;" ,',dl ." Two during roommates wonted. for house in sw This extraordinary film allows all of
'.. section large yard,a c,quiet, completely
: \ r furnished $75.mo no lease call |john or
377.7008 after 9 00 pm (b.3t.112.p)
bob to look unflinchingly into the face
t't''i :: Now IS the lime to look for that house or

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*' ; (' Roommate WANTEDFemale Wonted Starting May And that's' the clue to its overwhelming

.f:;' :r.": Ave.TEACHERS,lit Village Apt 19 WANTED Park Call Apts.372-0041 Entire 1001 Welt(c S.W..,5t Midwest.108-p loth) popularity. It's the first film of its kind that

'. .. and NM'1X3 South 87106.Central, Southwest Ave.Bonded N.,Teacher!.,licensed Albuquerque Agency and,, lets you feel good without feeling bad.Alain .

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spring quarter, 2bdr, air, Cuny _
warren beatty I close to campui, "the Ion*
:: .k"etc.( 00 + "4 utilihti) call 377' Sylvia Kristel lIP .
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Wonted: Someone to. share '12x52 2 SILVER Top prices paid tor class Female roommate wonted tor 1 bdrm needed: mature roommate you're finished having fun on your We con help you find o home,
bedroom mobile home. Arredondo ring, old |jewelry, etc. confidential, Call opt In'' Colonial Manor J block from wonted to share 2 br opt. at vlzcaya own waterbed let me buy It and try It (the opa/mint. mobile home. aro
Village pool tennis courts $65 + Mutilities. OZZIE 373-3894 (c-49M05-p) campus $69 per mo. + V* utl availablenow room call 377-6294 or 378-2631 If no waterbed that It). Reasonable. price. it mote the easy woyl
Coll Bill 373-7455 (c-51.108- ) Mellow gently together person there 377-5762 nonsmoker prefered (f- answer (e-3t-llO-p) 373-0219. (I-2I-I11-p! ) QUO FEE 1 IS tCFUNOABl'I,

twit mole roommate ne.d.or 4 br house OWN rm. NW section bike to 51-110-p) COED'i facial hair removed per joa .. WHoce n
'..op*,S80-mo + V. utilities. 1 mo. + $25 campus. Fenced bkyd. yard pets ok. You 1 or 2 roommates needed for Summer 2 HELP WANTED manently. Call Edmund Dwyer lfALTOR.o..SW 4m Ave.
...'0 move In now. call 373-4045. (c-5t- must like dogs -tnot amok. tobacco. brm French Quarter apt*. $40 mo. Call electrologltf over 20 year) experience / ,
'Open 7 Dow til 7:00: .J3776700
...,Qp) ,. $68-mo' f V util. Call Stu or Susan378... -' now 378-7279" or-come' by"apt 114 ,(c-3tClap wanted three student to share ,three Call 377-8039 (l-fr.l07-c)
S Need someone whit 'It good at statistic 696* Mb-4( >.nUp) .'-... .. ) bedroom; two.,both apartment In exchange Don't |lust smoke your good health la
r and research $2.00 hr. call renee after female roommate wonted .April /ent Female roomote, own room'-In bright- for doing maintenance work coil owayl) Stop smoking nowl I con help you
!3pm! 372-9177 No. IS (e-St-109-p) free 67.50 + '/ utilities shore fun parties airy opt, Close to campu No 1 lease or 378-1668 9 to 5 (e-fr-109-c) nowl frivol appointment. THEODORE

classical guitar wonted nylon strings call Sunday brunch at brandywine opts call deposit. $67.50 +V> utilities. Between Housekeeper to clean wash iron cook, REISS !172-5888ofter 5 pm. (Q-sr-lOe-o l ) .
3735717nc31.11OPn( ) ___ 378-1903 after 6 (e-5t-106-p) 5+7pm 376.0174.c.3tilOp( ) with own transportation, ; flexible hours The Music Man l Is her. with the little 0cY. concerts
wonted experienced photo-bug to film two day o week no child core. Call 378- $1
i \\\'i.""""" . ..'q.l 1 r our outdoor wedding June ,14 will pay. 8172 after ":V-3M12-p)_ donation Rascal at at door'1320 include W University.boh movie *
$25 + film call 372-7506 nits to we can
refreshment 372-8183. Showtime 1.01
1 *.* K>m. of your work (c-3t-110-p) AUTOS
YOU UKTO 8, Friday the 11th. (U-2.111-p| )
WOULD r female roommate needed now at 1972, TOYOTA CEUCA 4 speed Radial from $11.40
landmark No. 49. $47.00.+ $25 deposit. WeddingInvitations) per
tires, engine rebuilt Good reliable cor, Hundred of
100. Two delivery.
come by after 4:00: or call office for 25-30 Must sell $1895 offer 373-
I ; BE IN A PARADE Information. (c-5t-llO-p) 0678 htoa mpg fg-51-I I2-p2) .A-C tlylet.376-9951.Cliff(Hall l-fr-105-c Printing) 1 103 N. Main .

For tale 1966 Ford Falcon 6 cylinder
m automatic (whit.) call 373-0506 ask.for Bookpock, white Wag speedo bathing
personal classified suits hiking shorts, rugby shins .Allen'l
: see Jforinformdtion mellssa $150.00 (g-5t-l11-p)
<" ;" '::?:$ ( ,., Aquatic and Trail Center 3448 West
,Sallmie. .dJ' 1969 fiat sp'yder 600.00 negotiable mutt University Aye 373-9233 (J-fR-103-CJ)
:. jIHC sell good condition colt In mornings 373-
: : $'{XO:<:$;
'3011 (g-lOt-111-p) Coy Community Service Center Gay
of Ld&im:71.6W9Miv
: m.ri and women meet each Thur
t iItr. ;1r. VW VAN 64 excellent condition' new evening at 7pm at 107 NW J5th ter call CKSO ILLE
DORM WEEK ; 'valves starter, generator clutch $750coll 372-1881 for Information Tom (|-10t-106-
: Ave Karl 372-6457
: : (g-4t-lll-p) )
: 1967 Buick Electro side smashed Runs
b /itAtu .sIINUliii_ _______ ft iViV h. :3714643 : OK $100.00 or Best Offer Call .Amy 373- learn karate-new class Mailing tue aprIl special guest
n n 5735 (g-5t-lll-p) 8 male female, for more Info and HENRY GROSS
place toll: ken 3780906.8t105p) (| )
'1972 Honda 450 helmet many extras,' Mon., Apr. 7. 8 P.M.
great condition 750 372-6240 (g-3t- KARATE EXIBITIQN Coliseum
r IH-P)_ Sot. April 12 1975 7 to 9 pm
r Galneiville High School Gym Advance Tickets -
classic )19.59 tin-Heoley 100-6 with NW 13th St.Adults$2.00 cld $1.00 '-$6
overdrive; good motor and running (I.5-I08-p! ),
gear. Sacrifice at $1,000 Call harry 584- NEKTAR1st
,3050, .Perry Fl. otter 6:00: (g-5t-10B-p) KARATE. UNIFORMS. Quality bleached.
Sizes 586 only $28. karate-Do 1215 NW Midnight
73 gremlin for sale excellent condition'
$1889 cash or assume payments $70 5th Ave, I blk off 13th St. 378-7131 ((1-| Sat., Apr. 12 12 M..

monthly with equity leaving for europe ia-106-p) Civic Auditorium

XANADUHAIRCUTTERY tall george 373-8219 (g-5t-108-p) KARATE lESSONS Reserved Sat -
for sale 1974 hondo cb 125 good con Small Classes $25 per man
dition 2 helmets, $475 bill 373-1617 ((9- 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th SO) Mon thru U SS. $&. $7

5M08-p)_ Sot even, 7to9 37871312ol108p(| ) WmmmmmJLGelll IAMOspecial
vote for the Independent candidate
vega stationwogon. new battery guM
alternator, tires, runs perf.ct. has air stuart shores for senate college. of art + notrtiDWACOHMlkertiwre
condo powersteering, radio. $1700 or science (j-nt-109-p) I
make offer must sell 377.7369 (g-5t- ROXANNE SEE YOU AT THE GREEN Thee Imefe
i 109-P)___, GATOR THIS WEEKEND! MY SWORD IS Fri Coliseum, Apr. It- 8 P.M.

1969 flat 850-syder engine in good READYI I CYRANO (j-lt-112-p' ) Advance Tickets -S
condition new cylinder head 30 + mpg "Know thou that prayer i is Indispensableand
ByJohnnie body In fair condition $625 or best offer obligatory, .Prayer i it conversation JESSE COON YOUNG
call evenings 373-1200 (g-5t-109-p) with God." Boha'i Writings (II.| "|..112p -

& Suzi 104 S. Main-3 72-288 8 '1970 Toyota mark II, o-c, amfm body )_,_ special LEO konKE guest
needs paint 22 mpg In city 3765381ext. grand opening at gymnosl game 1
i 360; ask for richard before 4X: prize, Saturday A Sunday and movie sat. Sun. Apr.. 27, 8 P.M.
price negotiobl. (g-5t-110-p) night call 373-1407 or write p.o. box Civic Auditorium

Invest in a sport classic! ALPINE V 12541 city 32604 (-lt-112-p| ))_ Reserved Seats -H
ROADSTER) owner outstanding looks + Who I is,the most valuable dorm resident, ?
$S, $6. $1
performance $1,250 consider, cycle, or Win half next qtr* rent! Enter IHC Dorm JUJBMSl
offer 377-4577 (g-3M10-p) Rot Contest-see entry form In any area
1970 VW for sole Run well, body and office And come 'watch. the OZARKMT.DAREDEVIIS.
interior In good condition. .A good for preliminaries Sun nile 7:00pm: UniversityAud.
only $700 negotiable: call 372-5425. Fun) ((1-1t-112-p)__ Fri., May 9, 8 P.M.
IL' "'. (g-St-llO-p) 'IHC DORM WEEK PARADE If you would Civic Auditorium
'70 Plymouth Barracuda speed 318 cu like to be In a parade on the UF Campus, Tickets -' $5
in 17 mpg $1000 mutt tell call 3784)681) contact Rick 392-8934. Any entry
(g-3t.11o-p) (almost), will be accepted. Floats
Parade i i. 28 BAD COMPANYSun.
marching units" etc. on April
66 Mercury 428 cu. In. Good transportation. .
$400 Call 377-2528 ofter 6:00: at 6p.m. Several prizes will be awarded. May 11, 8 P oM.
(g-St-llO-p) .(LSt-112-p) Coliseum
ladies needed to partake ,
Young in on
67 chevy run good need body work informal debauch. Call 392-8390 or 392- (n) Tickets $5
$200 best offer, or will trade for
8398 or 392-8395 for directions. See you
motorcycle of t'imilar value, call 377-
Frl.' April 11. (j-lt-112-p)
0652 or 303 nw 17 it. opt. 28 (g-tr-109-p)
Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority Informal Rush! |special guestDAN
PERSONAL Sun. .April 13, 7-9 pm. 517 SW 10 St.
Please RSVP 372-9499 378-6458 or 373- FOGEUERGFri. :
)I'll bet, you haven't"ventured over 'to 7359. ((1-31-llO-p)_ | .. May 30, 8 P.M.
bilbo + galdair yet. You should I Coliseum
sEN because It's the only real coffee house LOST FOUND
In Gainesville, Come over to our living found: sunglasses at leigh hall under Tickets $5
room 2300 NW. 6th St. (|-4t-IQ9-p) treecoll_ 392-6920 (l-3t-lll-p)
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2 FREE CONCERTS 'i '1pei&i Cli' '1pGaAGe I Coliseum(m) Tickets $6

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Fri. April 8QOpm: sports Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Winter Quarter on Plata of America quarter Spend five
camping at
4 Call 37832U to Identify (!l-SMII-ncl.!'.!. .) historical FORT JEFFERSON. Trots : see personal classified J
L ost calico cat (white-red-olk) NW tportotlon will be provided from Key
Gainesville High School section Answers to fl.kya Reward coil West All scuba equipment provided. : information :
37a nBe ((1.51-IOB-p) Certified divert only Price ,$HS call .
GymnasiumAprt112. Ion v-50 calculator In union rv room SCUBA DYNAMICS for further (n. 5
march '19. will' offer reward for on formation 373-5069 (M-S -I04-P)
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I By MARK JOHNSON favor in that Kentucky and Tennessee are both at home. So if : -_ _
Alligator Sports Writer we ,can sweep from them, that will, probably compensate for
all four losses so tar,"
'Whatever-or whoever has been helping Sammy Rick was .
Somebody up there must like the Gator baseball,team. Just obviously present in the Gators' most recent outing, a 3-1.
task Sammy Rick. ,'. '" victory over Florida, Southern on Wednesday night.
s Two weeks ago against Auburn, Rick Vas'smacked on the Down 1-0 after"six innings Rick led off the seventh with 4, n
left ear by a fastball and was forced to sit out the'next few ball double and later scored on Joel Murrie's sacrifice fly to tie the
games. But since his return to the lineup, the senior left game.
'fielder has been banging out the hits, going five for eight in RICK ONCE again came through in the ninth when he
his last two ball games. singled with one,out and then stole second base. After-J.B.
"SINCE I was hit, I've been to Church; the last two times in Caldwell was intentionally walked, Murrie grounded out to alm
4 a row:' Rick explained. "So maybe it's because I've been third advancing the runners to second and third.
going to church, I don't know. Maybe I'm starting to, live'a Then freshman shortstop Roger Holt slammed a two-out ;
S cleaner life."' single to left field to score both runners and give the 14-12 t as
The Gators could, use more of that kind of help.this Gators their second straight win.
weekend as they entertain the Kentucky Wildcats in a three- The pitching staff was also blessed with a good per-
I game Southeastern Conference (SEC) series. John Chappell formance. Freshman lefty Mike McCarthy who gave up a
a and Eric Hiller will start in Saturday's 1:30: doubleheader.while game winning double in his last appearance against Georgia,
., the starter for Sunday's 2:00: single game has yet to be allowed...no_runs on just two hits in seven and one-third innings -
determined. of relief"I
r While the Gators won't exactly need,a miracle to win the 1 love to pitch at night," McCarthy said. "1 just had my
SEC Eastern Division title, a three-game sweep this weekend stuff for the first time this year." v
t is essential. Now, with a few more good pitching performances: a few
"KENTUCKY is 2-4 and we're 2-4 (in the SEC), and I more prayers by Sammy Rick and his teammates, and ,a few
think about six losses is as many as you can lose and expect to wins this weekend,the Gators may still have chance to reach' -
win it." head coach Dave Fuller said1. "The schedule is in our the' Promised Land. photo by andy' newman


former UF IInebacking great Ralph Ortega
The Independent r\I watches as two Gators vie for his vacant linebacker

Florida Alligator / S PORn-S'( ) position. UF coach ,Doug Dickey has said that finding
I : a replacement for Ortega will be one of the
Po8-26, Friday, April 11. It7S keys to the team's success this season.

I: Tennis team faces tougher MiamiBy

+:' By KEITH CANNON team the second time around. big one is Saturday when they SEVERAL THINGS, while the Gators have lost injury. Meanwhile the
Alligator Sports Writer The Gators travel to Miami have a rematch. with the including the site, won't be one. Miami's John Eagleton, Gators' No. 5 singles player
I' this weekend for two matches. Miami, Hurricanes, who, the same., the No. 3 singles player and Mike Borling, has not played
It's going to be tougher for They play Florida International beat UFS-4 in Gainesville five The Hurricanes have All-American last year, has since breaking a bone in his
: Coach Bill Potter's UF tennis on Friday,'but the weeks ago. gained an important player, returned after an early season left match.foot in the last Miami

Despite these develop
JimOescherfoughalso ments Coach Potter hopes fora
reversal' of form from last
years ,Miami matches. "Last
year we played them a, good
with 19-0 match recordBy match up here (a 7-2 loss) ad
when we went down there we
rxL did poorly'(a 9-0 loss). But I
(eel like we'll have a real good
'St ..... KEITH CANNON .style of play. Oescher said "If I try real hard match."
Alligator Sports Writer and at the same time can be relaxed and freeon .
: _S .,. the court, that's my best combination.:" EACH TEAM has played
-S "ray R,k':; 2 4 .- But other than.that, he saw no pattern to his strongly since their last
Latecomers to the UF men's tennis matches (play or method to his winning brand of meeting. ,UF has won 13
/ sometimes don't get to see Jim Oescher. .madness. straight, while Miami has lost
The redoubtable senior, the Gators', No 6 "MY BEST game?" he said. "Nothing to but'once in the same numberof
singles player, is invariably the first player to write home about. A little bit of everything, a matches. The Hurricanes
finish his match. And usually it's no contest. little junk -,although my backhand is a little dropped a match to Southern
+ VrSttS OESCHER HAS the best record, a perfect bit stronger. My main asset is my quickness." California another of the
19-0 of any UF singles player. He, has .not Oescher looks toward' next month's SEC national powers in the tennis-
become a vegetarian, taken up yoga or tournament ,;with careful optimism His rich Pac 8. '
communicated the, spirit of) Big Bill prediction: "1'11 go out on a limb and say we'll
lilden to improve :.ris) game. Quite frankly, be the favorites." ,Potter' feels :that. his team
v the,senior from St. Petersburg just has more 'THAT'TOURNEY'should mean a lot to has'been! gaining momentum
I talent than' most guys who play No.. 6. him because it's his last one, and because he which will, serve them well
"I 1 have had a couple of,tough matches" would like 'to'keep his word. Oescher explained during the remainder of the
Oescher said. "But basically 1 play a lot of "I,made a promise to, Jeff Davis (a season. "We've played well in
easy guys." senior on the UF wrestling team) that if he the big ,matches/' ,he said.
'This year has 'indeed been none too difficult won in the SEC's. would.) Jeff didn't win butI "We will have had a layoff
tor Oescher. But playing at No.6 might seem I hope I can hold up my end ofthe, bargain.. (live days)in competitive play
to some a comedown from his former seasonsat After his college career is over, ;Oescher but that doesn't hurt if you'renot
No. I (his freshman year) and'No'. 4 (last plans to stay with the game in some way. The, losing." '
year). Oescher does not see It that way. senior physical education major said, "I'm
"IT DOESN'T bother me." he said.. "If you not good enough to play for a living, so I'll 'The netters have seven
win a point'at six. it's just as good as a pointat' probably go into the field of teaching orcoaching.1 matches left on the schedule
No; I. after .this: weekend. Four of
He also does, not buy the,idea that maybe And his students or-players might do well to them are SEC matches on the
there's less pressure on a No. 6 player than on emulate his partly cocky,- partly quiet' con. road at Tennessee, Kentucky,
No. I or 2. "There's. not..lss.,*.,fidence in.hUjow-n! : .nbil1ties, Oescher said Vanderbilt and Ole Miss.
jressure( he.|aid.it.mto,:: .Jook? ..at fit*''$ . there's no pressure to win or lose. Just play tennis nobodj's been able to beat me. When 1 concerned. "It makes a
:'iI'f, .." "" -" photo by bob wool your best." He said that the team's' 'strength at' lose: i it's because'of my own mistakes. difference playing away' from
C"I" : ,. ';,J NO..6 PLAYER JIM OESCHER every position made easier .for him: ,to;play! "Ma>be'I,ought to get Coach Potter to'put home, but our players have a
1! ; I ; ," I his own !game. me at 'o. t for one day, so'I I could? ,!really get lot of confidence. I think we'll
''i charging freewheeling style. of play HIS own game is,a.changing..free-wheeling: im;J huh t._kicked i ,bad.*It might: help me." do all right"
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Assistant Sports Editor Showalter Field in Winter nation by Track and Field represent the Orange and Ar
Park to face a strong South magazine ill have to juggle Blue in the 440 yard intermediate I
Carolina squad. Saturday in their lineup slightly becauseof hurdles.
While Horace Tuitt and UF's only dual meet of the the injuries. Vince Cartier and Bill
Wimpy Alexander stay hometo season. ASSISTANT COACH Roy Hicks should be tested'in the
recover from pulled leg The I Outers, ,,'hoAcre Benson said that' sophomoreSteve mile run as will three milers.
t muscles the rest of the Gator recently ranked the third best Gomez will be moved to Kenny Prevatt., Par 'Wallm
the 880 in an effort to and Don McClellan.
compensate for Tuitt's loss. SEC pole, vault championWill
Swimmers AAUThe "We'll lose some depth in Freeman heads the list of
the middle' distances without Gator field event hopefuls
I UP women's swimming team has two representativesin Tuitt and Alexander but we which includes conference
the National AAU's, freshmen Bonnie Broyles. and Diane should be very strong in the discus champ Bill Kovach
Soden. dashes and the 440" said javelin ace Jim Stites. and
{ Broyles,from Gainesville will be competing in the 100 and Benson. high jumpers Steve Ott and
200-yard backstroke and Soden a N.J. native will be Freshmen Mike Sharpe Ellis Miller;
swimming the 200 breaststroke and the 400 Individual Stanley Harris and Shelton "This meet will be a real TRAIL .SHOPPERS....
t Medley. Wade are slated for the .100-()() pick-up for our team
\ LADY GATOR Coach Sue Halfacre was cautious when yard dash with Wade and Benson added.. "We haven'thad
\ asked about the two swimmer's chances. Harris joining Mitch Goingsin a chance to run together We'll be closedFriSatMon.
"There's some keen competition 'at 'this' level with the 220-yard dash. Sharpewill since the conference meet I \\
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"..' ... though the Lady' Gators swim a great deal the. **..clubs' that jump and triple jump. together as a squad." .
\ compete. at AAU's are terrifically fast. JAMAICAN NOEL Gray The UF-South Carolina
Halfacre said that she expected Broyles to place in,the 100 and senior Beaufort Brown meet will .be run in con- Come see us on Tuesday
back. Her best time is 59.1. figure to be the favorites in junction with a dual meet
"If Diane can keep it all together she could take the 200 the 440-yard dash while Bob between Winter Park and
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