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BRIAN JONES In 1971 according to Mautz. Florida also
Alligator Staff Writer faced a tight budget and an increase in tuition
that year was allowed to stay with with the
There is no guarantee that money universities."IT .
ra.a generated by a proposed tuition hike would be IS DIFFICULT to, say if we received
a used for the state universities, less or more general revenue (from the
Stz.e Sen. Robert Graham. Miami=: legislature) because of the higher tuition
Lakes chairman of the Senate Education though." Mautz said. .
Committee said Sunday "higher fees mightnot Some state agencies such as the Florida
a mean increased total revenue for the Turnpike Authority keep all the revenue they
4, vN: : 4.w 1 university system." take in through trust funds but Saunders
GRAHAM SAID THE "incidental in said such an arrangement tor universities is
come" provided by student tuition is subtracted unlikely.
from the total amount of funds "The sense of the legislature is turning
budgeted for the universities so that more away from the whole concept of trust funds"
'incidental income such as the estimated Saunders said.
$9.7 million the ,proposed tuition hike is THE PROPOSED TUITION hike already
expected to provide might prompt the approved by the Board of Regents would
Florida Legislature to reduce state funds charge students $14 a credit hour for fresh
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allocated. to the universities by the same man and sophomore level courses SIS per
amount leaving overall resources at the same credit hour for junior and senior level courses.
level. $20 per credit hour for graduate classroom
University' System Chancellor' Robert programs and $22 per credit hour for
Mautz agreed that it is "not automatic" for graduate thesis programs.
money from increased tuition to go to the Present fees, are $13 per credit hour for
universities but said he hoped to "sell the undergraduates and $16.50 per credit hour
legislature" on the idea of earmarking any for graduate students. Fees are higher for
money from a tuition hike for the universities. medical and out-of-state students.
"WE ARE NOT after higher tuition just The tuition hike will automatically becomelaw
for the sake of higher tuition" Mautz said. unless the legislature votes to reject it. or
He said the university system was seeking the amends it. The tee hike would take effect fall
extra revenue the tuition hike would afford to quarter.
replace faculty positions not funded in Gov.:
photo by eric MtrinHe's
Reubin Askew's proposed budget.
Chancellor-Designate E.T. York said he
: bullish SG
on had "no question" that legislators would
/ earmark revenue from a tuition increase for

Grassroots party candidates for treasurer Anthony Lombardy takes time out from,his the universities.
SG campaigning to'tackle brooking a bull.at.the Camlgras rodeo Saturday. ,Politics York said the Education Subcommittee of
the House Committee has
Appropriations ,
has its and downs.Cheating! .
ups.
.already included in its budget recommendation
the estimated revenue from a
tuition hike and specifies that, the tuition
suspects get revenue go to the universities.
STATE SEN. BOB Saunders. D-
Gainesville; chairman of the powerful Senate
from Marston Waysand Means Committee said it is "not r Yn ;y wa a,' '"' $
option Ar'
automatically necessary" for funds from a
tuition hike to be allocated to the universities.
However, Saunders said. "From the
By STUART EMMRICU "sunshine law" will: be made. is
practical view. I believe there no reasonable
Alligator Staff Writer THE INJUNCTION does not prevent would
chance that the revenue be spent for
closed disciplinary hearings by the UF administration
anything else. 1 certainly would oppose that
Students charged by the UF Honor Court or open hearings in the Honor kind of effort."
more than two months ago with' cheating Court.As This year the universities' generated SI.23
offenses may soon be able to have their cases yet no students: have chosen open million more in incidental income largely R
handled by the administration. hearings,but 16 of the 63 charged with involvement from tuition surplus over the amount
UF President I Robert Q. Marston said in the College of Business Administration estimated in the state budget.
Friday he was willing to offer the option of "cheating ring" were' able to 'But efforts by UF President Robert 0.
disciplinary hearings handled by the administration have closed Honor Court hearings before the Marston to obtain the surplus tuition revenue
to 47 UF students who were injunction, was issued. lor state universities tailed when Marston' 'Higher fees mightnot t
charged by the Honor Court,but were unableto Marston. who explained UF's main priorityin requested the surplus money from Lt. Gov.
come to trial. I the cheating case was to "do everything it Jim Williams in February. mean
AN INJUNCTION issued by Circuit Court can to resolve this matter as soon as possible" "THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR gaveus
Judge R.A. Green Feb. 7 halted the closed made the offer of administrative hearings at a a sympathetic 'no.' His position was simply total
Honor Court hearings after only I 16( out of the Friday afternoon meeting between he and that there were other pressing needs in the increased
63 charged students had their cases come to Paul Mannish former Honor Court attorney'' state," Marston'said.

trial." general. Marston said there was a distinction revenue for the 1
A UP appeal of the injunction is,scheduledto MARM1SH, WIIO said he was surprisedthat between unexpected surplus tuition money
be t heard May 6 in,the Tallahassee Court.of this option was available to the det'entlcnts. -' and. revenue generated from a tuition hike,
, Appeals.It said he knew "plenty of people". who and said the university system had received university system: .
is uncertain when the final determination; would ,take that option. "assurances", from legislators that revenue s
of the suit against UF which argues that the from the tuitUi 11.'co: '' ,. bv c-m.srk.J: :".
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classes to force more spendingPROVIDENCE.

Official says some Viet

R.I. (UPI) Brown University studentsand cheering when the yes votes topped the 50 per cent mark and
administration officials negotiated Saturday to avert a again when they reached the 3.000 mark.A orphans not for real
classroom boycott Monday the nation's first large, scale. student coalition was formed last month in protest of
university protest in several years. budget priorities and proposed cuts in financial aid student SAN FRANCISCOIUPI) Some of the Vietnamese"orphans"
Students protesting the Ivy League School's budget services,the number of junior faculty members and programs airlifted to the U.S. actually are sons
priorities said they would begin the walkout Monday morning primarily affecting minority students. : of political and'military officials a'U.S. and
unless an agreement can be reached between negotiators and The students are demanding a $232.000' increase in daughters adoption
said Sunday.
official
students. for scholarships next year to agency
approved by Brown's $3.3 million budget
About 60 per cent of the students supported the boycott ina allow students receiving financial aid to meet more of the cost How they got aboard U.S. transports flying orphans from
clear but babies
vote Friday.The event is called a strike by student leaders of tuition without resorting to loans or self-help. They also war-torn Vietnam was not may have been
official of Friends
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but there are no plans to continue the walkout beyond next seek major increases in the student services budget. involved. an Children
most of the orphan flights,said.
Saturday,when the Brown University Corp.,is to make a final which has sponsored
More than 800 children have been brought from Saigon to
decision on the university's budget.
Tony Affigne,a junior and president of the student caucus Viets try to move the temporary center at the Presidio of San Francisco Army
said the voted showed "the intense dissatisfaction of the Base as war orphans 'adopted by U.S.' families. The flights
students with the administration's policy." began shortly after the Communist offensive in Vietnam.Mrs. .
"The strike is aimed at forcing the administration to include 16 tons of goldNEW Eitz said she had seen several children whose identification
the coalition priority demands'in next year's budget. papers indicated they had parents and relatives in
and establishing a permanent mechanism to include studentsand Vietnam. She said their families may have paid bribes to get
faculty and the budget-making process" said a news YORK (UPI) South Vietnamese government them aboard.If .
release from the coalition following the vote. officials tried unsuccessfully to persuade a Swiss charter was not known how many non-orphans were placed
About 200 students watched the counting of ballots airline to fly $73 million worth of gold bullion from Saigon to aboard the refugee flights, she said.
Switzerland. Time Magazine said Sunday.
Time said the Saigon officials last month asked Balair. a AMA' changes mind on
Key city retakenby charter line affiliated with Swissair, if it would airlift "some
personal belongings" of South Vietnamese President Nguyen
Van Thieu and Cambodian President Lon Nol. health core insuranceWASHINGTON
Vietnamese The magazine reported that Balair refused when it learned
the cargo was 16 tons of gold, on the grounds that such a (UPI) The American Medical
weight in a concentrated space would cause dangerous weightand Association has decided to support enactment of compulsory
XUAN LOC. South Vietnam (UPI!) Government forces balance problems. The airline also was concerned that medical insurance programs for employes, the poor and the
Sunday claimed control of this destroyed province capital.But the bullion might be part of the official reserves of the two unemployed.The .
it is clear the live-day battle for Xuan Loc. which some countries. AMA once a leading force in the tight against any
strategists see as the decisive one of the 30-year Indochinawar government role in health care has drafted legislation
is not finished. requiring employers to subsidize health insurance for em
Xuan Loc. 38 miles northeast of Saigon, is surrounded by Viet evacuationup ployes and the government to do the same for poor persons
Communist troops with artillery and rockets.They probed the and the jobless.
government defenses with tanks Sunday.
Shelltire still pounded the center of town,where virtually all to CongressWASHINGTON No communion given
buildings had been leveled and tires still raged. The stench of
rotting corpses mixed with the acrid odor of gunsmoke. (UPI) Sen. Jacob Javits, R-N.Y.. said
The only way to get in or out now is by helicopter, a 13- Sunday President Ford would not need Congressional per- NOW members in Cal.
minute (light from Bien Hoa. the huge U.S.-built airbase 14 mission to use a small number of troops in South Vietnam to
miles from the nation's capital.A evacuate nearly 6.000 American citizens. /
victory here, according to the strategists. could give the But Javits a member of the Foreign Relations Committeeand SAN DIEGO(UPD)- Parish priests denied communion to
North Vietnamese and their Viet Cong allies a straight shot at author of the so-called War Powers Act, said a at least two dozen members of the National Organization of
Ihe vital base and Saigon itself. Congressional resolution would be required before troops Women Sunday to enforce the Diocese Bishop's edict against
As soon as helicopters drop off supplies, refugees and could evacuate an estimated 200,000 South Vietnamese the proponents of abortion.
!soldiers scramble for a ride out.On Sunday, some of the able- administration fears would be punished by the Viet Cong for Monsignor Donald Doxie and two associates refused the
bodied soldiers pushed ahead of wounded comrades to get out cooperating with the U.S. communion to women wearing NOW buttons during a
of Xuan Loc. At one point, a foreign journalist slugged two The entire operation involves great dangers, he said which peaceful communion rail confrontation at St. Brigit's churchin
who tried it. must be,faced "If we are going to keep faith with our own the Pacific Beach area.
A government spokesman said he believed almost all the Americans who are in there." The San Diego chapter of NOW had called for the con
unwounded soldiers who left were under orders to remain but Javits'said the American evacuation should be started frontation to test Bishop Leo Maher's order that members of
acknowledged "that "in a situation like this there are always immediately. Delay might require large numbers of troops to the women's activist group be denied the sacrament because
some cowards. protect fleeing Americans he said. of their "shameless agitation" for abortion.


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LAURIE FOX contract." he said. group," Mautz said.

andJUDY GUY SAID HE was concerned over the A PETITION IS being circulated to
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proposed by the Board of Regents clear should? be part of management and not included election to determine whether there will be
threat to the academic well-being of tte Guy said. collective'bargaining and by which'group was
university community." "The BOR has already taken more than to be held at the end of Spring quarter Guy

The review emphasizes regents and the three weeks to present its case. They (regents) said.GUY
administrators will still be making all the have failed to provide documents prior to the SAID THAT Regent Marshall

decisions, said UFF President AI Guy. hearings as instructed resulting in long delays Harris' plan for lump sum budgeting with ..j'photo
STATE UNIVERSITY CHANCELLOR while evidence is examined. The regents have goals and programs defined through a
Robert Mautz, said the tenure review is also failed to provide a complete witness list "collective judgement" gives no more real
primarily concerned with meeting future as agreed to," Guy said. decision authority to faculty than what is
needs of a changing university system. "WilY SHOULD THE regents want to presently the case.
"The problem is that in the future, during !speed up the process where they would share "His plan of shared governance has no
periods of decreased enrollment and decision powers with others through collective. meaning for there is no implicit or explicit
decreasing retirements, we don't want 100 per bargaining?" Guy asked. concept of faculty power in it; it's still in the
cent of our faculty on tenure. We need to look Mautz said the idea that the BOR is realm of faculty advising and not faculty
at policies to 'see about bringing, in new !stalling the PERC hearings is "totally un- deciding." Guy said.Decisionmaking .
faculty," Mautz'said. founded". in his plan is ultimately:
"Under: collective bargaining, decisions "There has been honest disagreementamong decision-making by the administration and by lorry grossman

regarding tenure policies are subject to union representatives. No one Is' the BOR., Faculty are still second class AL GUY I

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By STUART EMMRICH INSTEAD OF allocating funds tor specific items, as is A SUB-COMMITTEE of the House Appropriations

,Alligator Staff Writer presently done, the state would appropriate funds for general Committee headed by Andrews, recently passed the lump ,
budget areas.-allowing universities to transfer funds freely !sum concept., "

Lump !sum funding for state universities, the funding among those budget areas Before it becomes law, lump funding must be approved by
flexibility long-sought by UF officials, has, picked up' two This method of funding would give the State University the full committee, but Andrews said he was optimistic about
powerful supporters System almost total flexibility in dealing with state- the bill's chances.

Marshall Harris ex-state legislator and now a member' of appropriated funds. I "We really haven't encountered any significant op-
the state Board of Regents, and Rep. Bill Andrews D- The only two restrictions would be that salaries could 'not position," Andrews said.
Gainesville indicated strong support for lump sum funding be raised above the level approved by,the legislature and all '
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of the court.. former attorney general, twice over the
STUART EMMRICH but added he would some extensively the subpoena powers
junction try
would only be used if it weekend to discuss the future of the investigation
Alligator Staff Writer "different investigative procedures" to deal Immunity probably could be and to get information Marmish
with the problem.PROSECUTION. meant the cheating investigation
last extended beyond the 63 students already gathered last quarter.
The continuing Honor Court cheating officials argued

investigation has a new attorney general and anew quarter that the injunction brought their charged. Rodriguez said. however, on Marmish handed over his written
staff, but it faces some of the, old investigation to a "grinding halt" because no He refused to, comment recordsuarter's
immunity th aim, trattt, :\\ ,investigation, explaining
granted
courtin information volunteered anddefendants' whether 4hexhad ,
new being
problems ,particularly a .circui1 ; was "
ed'OW'riAAtaypt tk ,handwriting and
he adding other
junction which halted closed hearings.Jose 'I 'I dead nod? longer cooperating. defen2fant"et''andhether expect
Rodriguez, new Honor Court attorney Rodriguez said he particularly would make cheating investigation to expand beyond the information.

general, said Sunday his investigation of the more use of immunity for defendants in College of Business 'Administration.
cheating would be hampered by the in* exchange for information and would use more RODRIGUEZ MET with Paul Mannish., Rodriguez admitted there might be a
chance that some charges might have to be
dropped because of the "loss of continuitythat
follows a change in administration," but
Cheatingfrom added he was not through evaluating all the

) transcripts held up if it is determined that a Marston had "discussed the possibility" of cases.
page one student who was allowed to graduate was holding the same kind of administrative ALTHOUGH Rodriguez said he had
guilty of cheating. hearings f for(; the charged students, he said received some "new information," he refusedto
"They just want to get this thing over with Marston explained Friday that the Sunday he was not aware any final decision comment on whether he was planning to
and take their penalties." he said. decisions on whose diplomas to hold up were had been made. charge any more students.
Similar closed hearings were used at the reached with "100 per cent agreement" "It's fair to say, however, that our
end, of last quarter to determine which between the Honor Court Student Affairs responsibility to the students is to do "My primary responsibility is to the in
charged seniors who were unable to come to and himself.. everything we can to get these cases taken vestigation. I won't respond to questions that
trial would be allowed to graduate.Although "We held degrees in those cases that we felt care of," Sandeen said. I feel jeopardize the investigation or the
UP officials have refused to the information was substantial enough. It "We nay) have to make an effort to do it defendants," Rodriguez said, explaining why
release the numbers of students involved, would have put us in an untenable position to ourselves," if the injunction continues much he would refuse comment on questions about
reliable sources have indicated that out of hold only those degrees of students who we lorger, he said. specific aspects of his investigation.He .
approximately 10 seniors charged, less than determined were guilty, because that wouldbe Sandeen explained he did not think the
three were kept from graduating.NO saying someone was guilty before they injunction covered the administrative added, however, that he would release
CHARGES WERE dropped againstany came to trial.". Marston explained. hearings, because closed disciplinary hearingshave information about charging students or

of the students, however, and officials ALTHOUGH ARTHUR SANDEEN, vice always been held 'by UP and are not dropping' charges. against others, once the
have said diplomas can be, withdrawn' and I president for' student affairs, said he, and challenged specifically in the suit. action was taken. .




I Intramural athletics : an outlet for frustrationBy I


MITCHELL LUBITZ provide a great way to let off steam and take your mind off There is by far more student participation in the clubs than
Alligator Staff Writer school." the team sports.University .
CHRISTEN SAID a lot of other students went along with th special events ranging from free-throw shootingto
The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, the drama of is thinking because more than 11,000 of them participated in frisbee-throwing contests are also conducted by the In-
athletic competition this isn't the theme for ABC's Wide intramural activates during 197374. tramural department and are rapidly increasing in number.
World of Sports, but three of the main reasons students Shane said the number of women taking part in the various CHRISTEN, SAID, "We will add to the special events as
participate in UF's intramural program. sports has increased tremendously. determined by students' interest."
The program formally called the Department of Intramural "The biggest trend in the intramural program is to co-rec Studies have shown Christen indicated, the primary
Athletics and Recreation, allows UP students to take part in sports, ones in which men and women participate together," reasons for participating in intramurals are enjoyment of a
more than 20 different sports. said Shane. "Last year there were only two co-rec sports, but particular sport and the need for physical activity.
INTRAMURALS ARE also one of the few areas on campus as of this quarter there are six." Saul Kravecas 3BA said "Intramurals give students a
where students have a voice administration and budgeting.The AS INTEREST GROWS in co-rec sports and other areas, chance to get involved in the sport or club of their choice and
assistant program directors for both men's and women's the money appropriated for them by Student Government is an equal opportunity for participation in them."
sports are students. adjusted to meet the need. HOWEVER, EVEN with the increased student participation,
Ron Christen, the men's director, and Loretta Shane, the Shane explained, "There is no specific budget. The in all team sports and clubs, the program does have problems.
women's director, are active participants in the intramural department allots money on the basis of participation, interest the most severe problem is overcrowded facilties.Thereare not
program. They both feel the benefits of the.program are and need." enough sports, officials or equipment to handle the expanding
exercise and competition on an organized basis. Shane and Christen agreed there is no difference betweenthe number of teams and clubs..
However, other students find different reasons for getting men's and women's budgets. All appropriations are One possible solution is being explored now in a study
involved in intramurals.IRA determined according to participation figures. conducted by' the administration's Office of Planning
NABUTOVSKY, I UC. said "1 live in a dorm, and it'sa MUCH OF THE department's money goes to the various Analysis in conjunction with intramural department.Bill .

good way to get to know the guys on the floor" 0 clubs set up for a wide range of student's interests. The Odell, who is administering the study, said, "This
Other students feel intramurals are a good outlet for program has established clubs for jai-alai, water skiing, chess research is background for the possible building of a multipurpose
frustration and aggravation caused by classes. and judo among others, in the last year alone. The. karate coliseum. We will determine the facilities needed,
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Saul Mintz, a junior in engineering agreed, "intramurals club has more than 500 people. should such an arena be constructed."


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: :.f :' : DISABLED STUDENTS The Advisory Board for Disabled

,. Students invites anyone interested in its meeting tonight at 7
in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. The board will discuss ways to
improve college'' facilities for disabled students. For more
" ")'/ ,If.\ information call Sandra Smith at 472-3071.
'. .i.., '" ; h -1',. :" LEADERSHIP TRAINING. The Campus Crusade for Christ
:, ,, 1 :' /' .h' is sponsoring training in Christian Discipleship each Tuesday,
', ,, I,.'. .' beginning April I 15. at the University Lutheran Church, 1826
; W. University Ave.. from 7 to 9 p.m. For more information
all 377-9690 or 3735407.
".'.4'" {. CAVES The Aorida'Speleological Society meets each
\'" Tuesday night at 7 in room 113 Little Hall. The meeting is
'I, open to the public. For further information call 373-6444.
DANCE FLICKS In continuing the Festival of Films
celebrating dance, films of Isadora Duncan and New
Directions in Dance Education and Choreography will be
shown free tonight in the Union Auditorium at 7:30. For
IT SOUNDS INCREDIBLE more information, call 392-0332.
RUSH Angel Flight is sponsoring rush for UF coeds interested
in USAF and AFROTC on April 14 at 8:30: p.m. andApril
BUT EVELYN WOOD GRADUATES CAN READ THE GODFATHER 64 MINUTES 15 at 7:30: p.m. in Van Fleet Hall ..;.ond.t1oor. For
further information, call Jeanne; Pat or Lat. 377-8738.
AT THAT SPEED, THE 477 PAGES COME ACROSS WITH MORE IMPACT THAN THE MOVIE. AIESECt The international student internship organizationwill
meet Tuesday, April 15, at 7:30: p.m. in room 5 MatherlyHall.
IN LIVING BLOOD, YOU MIGHT SAY. The meeting is open to all UF students. For further
Imagine what this ability can do-tor students At 1000 retentIOn! information call Pat Priola at 3779968.
words per minute (that s three times faster than
read) Evelyn Wood graduates can devour a textbook you II,there,ever was a time to do something' about this SIGMA XI LECTURE A lecture by.Dr. L L. Hench on the
like Ho'stadtlers "American Political Tradition it snowDon! future of biomedical engineering will be open to the public
and wrap up each chapter in 11 minutes. 't goof away another day! today in McCarty Auditorium from 3:30: to 5:30: p.m.
This means instead of spending 800 hours a year PS tt you think this is another advertising con-ob.| FARMERS Future Farmers of America will meet tonight at
reading -that!'s what a college freshman does- an take a free introductory lesson and settle it once and 8.In. room 1151 McCarty Hall. All, those interested are
Evelyn Wood graduate spends 170 hours Without for all Find out if we've pulled the wool over 500.000 welcome to attend. For more information call 392-0502.
any drop 'in comprehension! Without any drop in graduates eyes or we really do have something
TRYOUTS Gator Getter tryout applications are available at
the Athletic Office in the west side of the stadium. Applications -
are due Wednesday. April 16.
FRISBEE The UF Frisbee Club will meet Monday, April 14,
Come to your free introductory lesson! at 5:30: p.m. in room '222 of the Florida G.fm. For more in-
formation call Ron Zamora at 392-0540.
BLOOD DRIVE The Interfraternity Council will sponsor a
You'll increase reading speed blood drive from April 13 to 19. Fraternity members can I
your donate Monday at Lambda Chi house and Tuesday at TauEpsilon
Phi house from II a.m., to 6 p.m. For more information -
50 100 % call Chris Fey at 3776906.UF .
to the !
,. on spot JUDO CLUB The Judo club will accept new members for.
spring quarter at its Tuesday and Thursday meetings from 7
TODAY & TOMORROW to requested.9 p.m. at the south end of the Florida Gym. A $1 donationis

MEAL PLAN The Hillel Student Center offers a kosher meal
4:000R 8:00 PM plan for students, Sunday through Thursday at 5:30 p.m. For
more information call the center at 3722900.
-.', ', ATFLAGLERINNEvelyn MARIJUANAt Florida Organization for the Reform of
j' Marijuana Laws will have an organizational meeting tonight
at 8 p.m.in ,the Fletcher TV room in Murphree Area.
Wood Institute
m Reading Dynamics
Everyone is invited. For further information call Mike
Moctezuma at 3927243.
LAST. WEEK WATER POLO The Florida Water Polo Club is looking for
new members. The club meets each Monday. Wednesday,
and Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Florida Pool.


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"Ynlee area has 240 residents
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DEBBIE ERICKSON "O'Ouinn told the commission there were :Rugg _said 'the two .
the location change was because the UnivenityCollege.-Y n Hall only has 200
Alligator Staff WriterA approximately 400 University College requested 'area
students living at Yon Hall Enholm said. there was no voting booth in the Yule
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and only one voting booth tor over College,
request for reconsideration to move the Rugg said. .
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THE ELECTION COMMISSION voted to and Sciences students.UPstudent
Yon Hall voting booth for the April 16
of the Yon Hall voting'
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student body election was at
,election commission, meeting Thursday night booth to Carlton Hall.

The request. )filed;,by Bill Rubin and Joe t I. l : injured when
tiled
Rugg asked. that the University 'College Florida Stjid'ent} party an appeal with

voting booth be moved to the Yulee area or bechanged the Student 'Appeals Court.

to an,Arts and Sciences voting booth. thrown from rodeo"bullat
The court ruled the voting booth must ,
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Greg Enholm said the commission decided state "the location of voting booths must be

Yon Hall would have a voting booth after determined one week prior to the election.. Carnigras Saturday

I Robert O'Quinn. 4JM, requested it. Enholm said.

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i A bronco-busting UF student was thrown.". ':*'Neither case was 'extremely severe but

from a bull and stepped on Saturday duringthe "'"hen'you'do that'kind of stuff, you take
GreencandidacyThe Carnigras rodeo. chance" Shuler said.

Joseph E. Miller. JUC. was treated andreleased

from Alachua General Hospital at
sixth candidate to announce his At this date. Al Muzzell James Hyland
5:54: p.m.. after receiving stitches on his face. Tax deadline set
candidacy' tor the April commission. James Shelton Ted Williams and Ann ACCOUNTS OF THE incident aresketchy

election is 28-year-old Arron Green. Winnie have announced their candidacy for according to Jim Shuler. UPD public Income tax return forms must be postmarked
Green will quality for the seat being the same seat. ,
information officer because ofT duty police by midnight Tuesday.
vacated by Mayor-Commissioner Neil Butler. The qualifying period ends Tuesday. officers (failed to submit a police report. Postmaster Robert L.. Dean said he expectsa

life-long,resident of Gainesville Green is "We don't regularly assign UPD to cover big load ot forms to,arrive at the post office
with the law firm of
an attorney Mickle. the Carnigras: said Shuler. just before the deadline.But .
Harris and Green.
Sorority startedSigma here( was no ambulance service at the the post office is prepared he said. The
A former school teacher and
restaurant
rodeo hick was sponsored by the Institute of income tax return forms are sent in direct
Green from A &
owner. graduated M Food and Agricultural, Sciences College pouches to the Internal Revenue Service.
University in 1966 with a bachelor's degree in Delta Tau became UF's nineteenth Council.
political science. In 1972 he from last
graduated sorority week.
UPD CHIEF Audie ,Shuler said an ambulance
the University of Florida College of Law., Open House Rush for Sigma Delta Tau will was not required at the rodeo.; SG candidates on tv

Green is a graduate of the National Collegeof be held tonight trom 7-9 p.m..in room 121 of Another victim of the rodeo was treated

Criminal Defense Lawyers and' Public the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Interested UF and released from Shands Teaching Hospital Student Government presidential can-
Defenders and is a member of the Florida women are invited to attend.
after he tell oft a horse. didates will discuss current UF political issuesat
Bar Association. Academy ,of Florida Trial Sigma Delta Tau is a member, of the Randolph Allen Jr., 18, of Jacksonville was 11:00: p.m., Monday on channel 5, WUFTIV -
Lawyers and the National Bar Association. Panhellenic
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Martin seeking raisesforUFwomenfaculty
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Students invited YOUto ClASS RINGS NOW By JANET PARK

Alligator Suff WriterAn
attend the \their inter.state .: AUt
appropriation of close to a million
t1Arw! b ) ""Ni' .tr !. ; ."GIf1" dollars to raise female faculty salaries to the
conference at Camp Ocala.Apn125 # GUARANTIED level of male colleagues' is being sought by
Kep. Sidney Martin D-Hawthorne.
For *urth Information tHafcher'sJewelers Martin pre-filed a bill before the opening of
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CALL the legislature requiring $970.387 be used to
: 378-6533 enforce the law of"equal pay for equal work"in

2 E.Unlv.Av.31 -6t192I the State University System.
UF WOMEN FACULTY members would
receive "the lion's share," according to
Felicity Trueblood president of the
Association for Women Faculty (AWF).
Since UF's female faculty salaries average
SI,889 lower than males 39 per cent of the
I appropriation, if approved in full, would be
distributed here after a study "to be com Y
pleted 'no later than March I I. 1976."
Affirmative action plan guidelines require
UF to complete a similar evaluation of
salaries this spring,but UF officials have been
SIDNEY MARTIN
about the chances of raises for
vague equity
women. .pre-files equal pay bill

BUDGETARY CONSIDERATIONS have supporting this bill the precedents set will
also lessened the chances for overall cost of ultimately benefit all women:' she said.
living raises for all faculty members SHE ALSO THEORIZED it would be
Trueblood said.Trueblood easier to equalize salaries in higher education
encouraged all women faculty here "women are hired at equal ranks with
members to write local legislators in support equal qualifications and the same job titles as
of the bill."Although. men."
os < it's the university women Martin could not be reached for comment.



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Supporters of the Equal Rights Amends 35th state to ratify it.
ment(ERA)are marching from the governor's ERA supporters have until 1979 to get 38
mansion to the Capitol in Tallahassee this states to ratify the one-paragraph amendment
morning in an effort to boost passage of the ,which'prohibits discrimination based on sex.
ERA in the Florida Senate. Gov. Reubin Askew Atty. Gen. Robert
The Florida House'approved the ERA 61- Shevin. feminist Betty Friedan and actress
58 Thursday night, but the senate must also Mario Thomas are scheduled to take part in
approve the proposed constitutional the march which begins at 11 a.m. in front of
amendment before Florida can become the the governor's,mansion.




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They lay unnoticed and undisturbed in the

deep, dark recess of some forgotten and probablydust
covered desk drawer.

Like skeletons hanging in a closet they waited "j"' i'IIl'J'\.:\
quietly for the day' when their discovery would '
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shatter someone's illusion of well being.

'I 1 hat day came last week when two well- ,;; '

meaning but questionably competent Kathskellar : .
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discovered they had somehow neglected to pay '

almost 9.000 in delinquent bills.

'I Ihe explanation was simple, according to a

spokesman tor the University Faculty Club, which
holds the beer license tor the Kat. "Bill thought

Handy was supposed to' pay them, and Handy

thought Bill, was supposed to pay them."

So simple its almost tunny.

But however it happened, the discovery of the
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bills in overlooked drawer may have spelled the
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After April 20 the Faculty Club will withdraw its . '
!icense, and the Hat, a student watering hole since k .

I 1969, will no longer serve the golden brew. "

That is unless, in the words of that same
spokesman, "some angel comes up with $9,000." : for omoney';'

The 1 angel seems to have appeared in the form of

Greg Sherman who Thursday announced his

intention of seeking J>G help in' keeping. the Rat

going. Shortly after the announcement of Tweedledee (one of the There is an appealing note of honesty here. However, we
Sherman's ideas included either asking the major party candidates) for the position of student body might ask ourselves why these people are running, given the
student senate tor up to $9,000 to take overthe president, I began to hear rumors that the motivating force premise that they can't accomplish anything. The only
Kat's debt, or throwing in tree movies and concertsto 'behind the announcement was a Big Student Government reasonable explanation is that they want to be sure that they
Honcho (BSHG). are the ones who accomplish nothing, rather than the other
make up the money in door charges.We I know both Tweedledee and the BSGH fairly well. I was side.THERE
immediately struck by the fact that they,have about as muchin ARE A COUPLE of minor candidates.One .
have to question Sherman's wisdom in common philosophically as Ronald Reagan and George of them is avowedly a joke candidate. Only the word,
rushing to the aid of the flounderingKat. McGovern. "avowedly"differentiates him from the other three
Sherman is concerned that the Rat will cease SO I ASKED the BSGH what was up. Did he think that he
could control Tweedledee?
serving beer betore the opening of the new Orangeand No he.said, explaining the situation the way you might BRIAN DONERLY
Brew, scheduled tor sometime this quarter or explain calculus to a backward four-year-old.
early summer quarter. You see there is this other group, which he labeled THEM. OPINION
And then there were his people, which he labeled US. And it L
The 1 rational seems to be that students shouldn'tbe was very important that his side prevail.I .
deprived of an on campus pub for even so shorta ASKED WHY it was important.He .
time. told me that if his people didn't prevail, then the other And then there is the inevitable Angry Young Reformer
side would. (AYR). The AYR seems to think that SO can do some good if
But considering.the many bars that almost ring. Oh. only the right people are in control. It can be said in his
our campus'we don't really' see that as much of a, WELL, THAT'S FAIR enough. That's a perfectly valid defense that it appears to be an honest mistake.AS .
hardship. reason for his trouping off to the polls on Wednesday. But USUAL, we are left with the problem of choosing the
why should the rest of us bother? least of evils. A rationally conducted vote should not place us
Then too there is concern that the new, Orangeand Is there any difference between Tweedledee and in such a position.One .
Brew will be unable to till the void left by the Tweedledum suggestion that is often made is to place "None of the
Hat because it will have a different type of at- The big issue this year seems to be campaign promises.One above" on the ballot with the candidates names. "Reason"
,party is taking the orthodox position that campaigns are magazine recently suggested that "I vote to abolish this office -
mosphere a cotlee house image. the time to make promises. In the past, we've been promised also be put on the ballot.
Still, it otters all the services of the Hat, including refunds from the activity fee Sam s Trams and other won Unfortunately! we don't have any such- attractive alternatives
the beer, and a bandstand and dance derful goodies. We've never gotten them. on Wednesday.
AND THIS YEAR, the Promise Party is going to bring us SO WHAT DO YOU do if you believe, as I do that no
tloor. And the bars otter
again, just ott'campus a lower tuition and collective bargaining representation. I vote can possibly do any good at all?
wide variety'of atmosphere: expect. these to arrive on Sam's Trams. You don't vote, and that's what I plan to do.
!In I 1972 a Kathskeller expansion task force The No Promise Party, on the other hand, is taking the We've been trying to tell SG what we think of it for quite a
explored the idea of moving the Kat to' the J. unique position that it isn't going to promise anything, since while now with petitions, letters to the editor, plurality votesto
nothing can be done anyway. Then, they will be able to leave abolish it, and other devices.
Wayne Reitz Union. They found several problemswith office in a year proudly proclaiming themselves to be the first Perhaps if we ignore them completely, the junior politicoswill
, its present location, including inaccessabilityfrom party that didn't break its promises. finally get the message.8UmBLL .

many living areas, and need tor expensive
renovation and decor.
Ron Cunningham David 1CJ.ln
The 1 Hat never did move, but the Orange and The Independent Edibr-in-Chi.f ManpMg Editor

Brew will soon open in the same Union space
in I Florida G.org.kochanlec Jr. Dons"vgman
considered by the Kat 1972. Alligator Photo Editor Layout
Servomation has already indicated it may take

over the operation of the Hat, though probably not c.ill! QYnet/Gait/ Midi Kelman Jody CarlinN.ws .

before tall quarter.In EP.. Editor Layout editor
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commit SO funds to keeping the Hat going, at Jom.s V.Cook ,........ . .., oo Manager
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is not EDITOR the heart Recycling of the textbook books in Gainesville and days when public institutions either gave out
trade free books (like they used to dQ in New York
book in this
problem? city. The book situation
in Gainesville Is City colleges) or loaning the students the
absolutely deplorable and a books for the
grand rip-off. this state. term is impossible especially in!

What is the situation? We have UF S. iiI
Recycling has limited with
only use but ,
demanding that all departments send in their _
organization could be
helpful. If we had a
book lists to one central office which will then
divide the student controlled bookstore on campus it III III'I11rf
potential business between the
would be
a simple matter to augment.
competing bookstores right? What kind of To try and make it through the University
competition and free enterprise do we find in
Gainesville? these days is becoming a financial feat of
FLORIDA BOOK some magnitude. What can we do about the
STORE has a virtual impossible rent situation in Gainesville? Dueto
monopoly and as such does not need to cater the demand and transient nature of the
to student and faculty needs in terms of
,
space population we are off for
convenience, resale of books, sufficient ordering interior dwellings.essentially OK. ripped On-going MraVC TARI7Vi VBA'/lWit/IISPAEZ/Fm4t/iJzps.. '

appropriate ordering service and cooperative housing in Gainesville could go a .
especially pricing.Do long way in reducing those costs as has been
you know that the books direct from the demonstrated on across the
publisher cost about one-half of what you country.THE. many campuses
? The Harris raises ire
pay non-student-controlled Campus BOOKSTORE PROBLEM is even
Shop and Bookstore is a total .
disgrace.It -- - -
more easily solved. All it takes is the
is a potential organization for benefitting sustained interest of students and faculty and

the entire University community, ideally an inquiry into the way the Campus Shop and
situated tcr keep book prices low <( know what to do with all their profits, right?) Shop and Bookstore could be student- Marshall Harris' statements of Wednesday, saying journalism should be MOVED insteadof
to augment book rush problems, supply controlled or a cooperative venture.At April 9.Fint ADDING another college Harris has
supplementary books, and to organize good the University of Michigan, after about his speculation that the increased touched on a fundamental flaw in the state
recycling center. But what do they do? Very 40 yean of struggle to institute a student- enrollment in the College of Journalism is University System. (SUS).
little. Why? Because if we had a well-run controlled student-funded bookstore, the "because there is-no language requirement." We should encourage the SUS to maintain
student bookstore (which could easily be a regents finally assented and today this store is is an unsupported conjecture. Who knows only one college of at only one of the
cooperative ) it would force Florida Bookstore a vast cheap enterprise which sells not only how he came up with that one? state's universities there alleviating costly
into a competitive position, and force it to books but many other commodities and rents THE INCREASE IN enrollment in duplication of effort, small graduating
improve service and pricing. Malone's, for televisions, record players, refrigerators, and journalism is a result of many recent numbers and the occurrence of many
reasons unknown, doesn't even bother to try the like for a small rental charge per term.It developments which do not include absence ofa mediocre colleges.
to get text orders and during; book rush is is a non-profit bookstore and all money language requirement. For one thing, the Dean Joseph Julin offered this advice in an
conspicuously) empty and useless. made is funneled back into making it a better Watergate affair had only a few heroes, mostor article which appeared in the "Florida Bar
JAMES ECCLES suggestions to recycle: store. A rotating student investment and low ( all, depending on your particular party Journal" in Dec. 19711 We didn't listen then,
books in the April 8 Alligator is a very sweet overhead contribute to making this store a preference) of which were journalists. and since a law school has been built at FSU.
idea for those uninterested in acquiring a tremendous success. Perhaps this opened up a new door to people What we are faced with are two
professional library. With the economic My question is: Why not in Gainesville? who had never before considered journalismas possibilities:
crunch at UF and elsewhere the idea of the Judith Usansky a profession. I 1)) Lots of universities with lots of duplicate

colleges, or ,
..
Hut, of greater importance, is the tact thata 2)) Lots of universities, each with a few
degree in journalism offers a more saleable colleges which are the only ones of their kindin
range of skills than many of the artsy majors. the state.
The economy being as unpredictable as it is, Given x amount of dollars, then number I
/ moves most students to seek a major which will give us several colleges in this case, law
ANYJJ51'fU 1 I'M) WI' aJj;, 'II will equip them with a range of employableskills. schools. The money will be spread out among
fMJRQ PUT 1VE BSA 1P'IcmWJr .
J.RImrI! I'LL SEIi
CDMBTOTNHY DECENT GlW l 1T/B/ / them so that they are all ,lust okay". The
M3CR i fIND I GET m APPQJNIMENTW1IHARTHUR BURNS.TO Harris' other statement deserves applauseboth second choice, however, would use x to the
q JiNDP6 JJAW.IG for what it proposes and the practicality best advantage making each college in the
Off M< 'I1II )Jt)5.15m" it implies. He feels that the College of state the best it can possibly be.
'mEIS SCMEIWNCUnkindestcutofall: Journalism should be moved to an urban We can't have both lots of duplicate
7 'leAl CbIAD> to'1D GET 1111:3aMlI'R'I center with more than one newspaper. To colleges and lots of excellent colleges -
}9JW MOVH; relocate in Miami would certainly be a vote- because x won't stretch that far. Granted it
getter for Harris but we shouldn't disregardthe would be nice, but it is impossible. That was
idea on that point alone. It would also be common sense in 1971 and we didn't listen.
in the interest of the journalism department, It's even more important now and we ought to
by giving students more opportunities for work on it..
practical education. '

11'' I IN Ir The implications of this statement are even Marcia Casey 3JM


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Cheerleoding
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led to confusion .





EDITOR This quarter's unequal representation to could only be said that the'
cheerleading tryouts remindme send the whole mess to the frustration and heartache
of a year ago's confusionand student senate, where the should never have occurred. I
disappointment. Last weekly circus really came to hope this tryout will be void of

spring quarter I witnessed the life. The subsequent debates all politics and skepticism,
tryouts from both Florida committee meetings, and a and bring our cheerleaders:

EDITOR It is unfortunate that beginningin its national accreditation it is a shame the Field and the UF Student visit by one of, the localfraternity's back onto Florida Field with
classes the of the entire
and Communications is pledge support
of Journalism Senate.
of Journalismand College
June, students In the College
Communications will no longer have the losing one of its finest instructors. Since the I was dismayed at the were sights to behold. student body.Brad
.opportunity to take classes under the instruction student-faculty ration is one factor that influences judging .-organization as I When it was all over, it Staub 4AS

of Professor Nancy Hamilton. She is accreditation, it is obvious that when watched judges leave duringthe

one of the 19 UF interim professors who will the Board of Regents must allocate reduced competition and fail to be The Independent

be terminated 'as a result of cuts in the State funds this ratio should be examined before legitimately replaced. Also, ..
cutbacks in this area are made.If the confusion from the now ,
University Last quarter System we were budget.students in Professor the regents were more qualitative in their defunct interview scores, not Florida Alligator'

Hamilton's JM 413 section. Her teaching proposals for budget reducing perhaps the to mention the supposed
methods the meaning of quality College of Journalism and Communications nonpartisanship of some .of Shtila.. Draper Cory BolonoH '
exemplified lent education. Not often have, we found a, and Qth r. l1 F colleges facing accreditation the judges 1an (
.would stand better chance of skepticism to the' 'whole I
professor like HamiltOlt.- who' took an '!avid uncertainties a

interest in our work and who had, unlimited hanging on to their accreditation, and their proceedings.THEN .,AFTER THE Doug Hatch
office hours for Individualized assistance. outstanding professors. Wire Editor ".
''.1'
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The knowledge gained from her class will be Barbara Kimmel,4JM .there cheerleaders was enough were,question chosen.of \" '.,.r ,.' .,W...,' Greg Fo"...,' ,' ., ....'..>. .. ;" /> Tom Shrod.r' "
ift t
journalismrelatedcareer t \ .'
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invaluable, to, us any, r ..wIN I".* Richard Klinger.v4JM, ''the.:validity, ofMhe" J jading,,,:: ', .. ".' Spoilt Editor 1ft..- \J .. Ai t.N'.'* ..w. ( ,
\
: i.I \ 1 Donna Schmitt.4JM!"individual( choices 'and'" ,. : 1"J
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10 Yhelndependent Florid lIle1or.Moncloj.April J4 1t7S ..-.d......



H Sunland trialon, MakeAMeal OfIffornly99C.



One of eight Sunland
employes indicted by an
Alachua County grand juryon
charges of assault and
battery and failure to report --
alleged abuses of training .
center residents. 'is scheduledto
go on trial today in
Alachua County Court. O o
p oo
Virginia Roark, a ,cottage
parent at Baywood Cottage
whose trial starts today will TheKrystalKinga
be represented by Gainesville
attorney Steve Johnson. T *
THE SEVEN quarter-pound or 100%
REMAINING Sunland
employees will go on trial 1%, beef served toasted
Tuesday through Friday. on a
The seven defendants
include David H. Fleming seed bun.With
r sesame
James Calvin Yearby LewisW.
Bohannon Theodore

Andrew Henley Hines Carol and Richardson Ida Mae G # e 0 French fries. And a large,

Suggs, cottage parents at the
Holly Cottage. They will be s ice-cold soft drink. Usually
represented by Miami attorney -
Stephen Lubow. 130. Now only 991::
County Court Judge
Margaret K. Wright will
preside in the trials which are Offer good from
expected to last through

Friday.!sessions TIIERE Thursday.WILL.be no Wright trial April 14 to 10 p.m.,


said.The Sunland grand jury Sunday, April 20 at
their indictment
following original -
report on Friday Jan. 17 outlining issued a the following Krystal

!serious faults in the center's 1. 1 / r ... ...
abuses procedures of residents.for reporting I'' Restaurants:

The report also cited prrtut.krd weight ::: VAKrystai
problems in Sunland's
centralized medical system
that makes it possible for .'.
injuries to go undetected 1k
'I because cottage parents and
l' other employes make the

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Th.!ndf>.n olion/ firm considers takeover



I Ailing Rat may get new, managers I

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JANET PARK
By
Alligator Staff Writer provide beer during normal food service hours, 11 a.m. to 7p.m. beer-serving facility,might have an "adverse affect"on tryingto .
." reopen the Rat in the fall.
IF SG PROVIDED entertainment at night Oxerton said HOWEVER, Union Director William Rion described the
Servomation Food Services may assume operation of the the hours could be extended past 7 p.m.to serve groups of 100 atmosphere of the Orange and Brew as being completely
when Club ,. ,
Rathskeller thejFaculty withdraws its beer license. that booked the Rat for the evening. different from the Rat. '
Faculty Cub;Representative Tom'Murphy announced thc"dub's Me:-,said the/groups could fc$faculty, student:fraternity or .:"It-will:/ have, coffeehouse-type Atmosphere:" Rion'iatd' ,
intention to withdraw its beer license after discovery of": !sorority groups,as long as a crowd of 100 was guaranteed.He dismissing chances of the Orange and Brew taking away
$9000 in overdue bills. also mentioned the possibility of serving sandwiches and business,from the Rat.
THE FACULTY CLUB, holder of the beer license has !lhortorderInach- beyond the normal operating hours. The Orange and Brew was constructed with a stage for live
several'members on the I Rat's board of directors. Student Sherman said the existence of the Orange and Brew, also a entertainment and facilities for closed-circuit television.
managers.and Rat employes report to this board.
UF rents the Rat's space in Johnson Hall on a monthly
basis. The Rat meets expenses with door charges on nights Funding
when entertainment is offered and with sales of beer and
(from page three
popcorn.Servomation
Director ,Robert Overton indicated the r. Marshall. Harris, in town last week, said he "knew better
takeover probably would not be in time to prevent the than to predict what the legislature would do," but said he
!scheduled closing of the Rat on April 20 because it takes 30 to was also optimistic. that lump sum funding would be ap-
60 days to get a beer license. proved.
For example, the Orange and Brew applied for a license 30 Harris said any flexibility given to the regents by the
days ago.and it has not been approved yet,Overton said. legislature in their funding next year would be passed on to
THE ORANGE AND BREW is a beer and entertainment the nine state universities.
facility scheduled to open this quarter under the colonnade of Harris said that the "whole idea of body 'count funding"also
the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Servomation applied for the must be changed. c...
Orange and Brew's license. y 41' s x.y HARRIS SAID he favored replacing the funding formula
Overton said UF President Robert Q. Marston would haveto based on the number of full-time students with a method that
direct him to apply for a license. gives universities a specific amount to be used in areas they
Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman said he would look feel it is most needed.
into the possibility of persuading the Faculty Club to allow its This would end the practice of"putting bodies in one area
license to be used through the summer and to have Ser !so you can support another" Harris said.
vomation take over operation of the Rat in the fall. .a f. This formula would require guaranteeing a certain level of
"Beer and food both lose during the summer," Overton _.j .l.--i."49'- .... funding for three years with a small increase each year.
commented. "But without any student involvement (such as REGENT MARSHALL HARRIS "It would allow us time to try to do the things we would liketo
funding from Student Government), Servomation would optimistiC about approval do with education," Harris said. .




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'In training Weneedmorethanworse. I



Ali cancels ..



UFspeechMuhammad ? Y we need ACTION

Ali world heavy-weight
boxing champion, has cancelled his ap-
pearance at UK making him the fourth ALEB GRIMES _
Accent !speaker to cancel this ''quarter. .4fI;
Scott Ageloff; Accent !speakers chairman, I I''I Treasurer __
!said Ah cancelled in order to prepare tor an 1IJ'1I ".....
upcoming tight against Ron Lyle. ;( ;. Caleb Pledges To .
"Ali has a tight (against Lyle)in one month ;, Work For: .'" ''
and his trainer wants him to start training -'" An off-campus Associationto ?y
tomorrow," Ageloft !said. .;,4', .- replace security deposits _
Agelofl'mentioned Howard K. Smith ABC :, An entertainment and lecture
news commentator, as a possible replacementlor ,"':r ofF'('"'t" series common market to save
Ali .who was scheduled to, speak at lF! money by block booking performers
April 17. y more student body input into ,
Agelotl'attributed the high number of allocation of your $2.5 million in
cancellations to booking agencies who are activity and service fees.'v'
"
scheduling speakers "too loosely.
"The agencies are trying to get business. I k %
think the agent committed Ah before he had a
firm commitment," he said. r ;s
"In the future we'll go directly to ,the :
speaker. The price will be cheaper and we'll $A "*...li''"" .
have a better'chance getting our speaker," MUHAMMAD AU I ___
Agelotl said. .training'for fight y
4;
. Anti-discrimination hear ma today. I :' a

SUE CON NELLY
Highlighting the meeting of Gainesville's The 41-page ordinance is the most com-
City Commission tonight will be a public prehensive packet yet considered by the city
I. It basically coven four areas: Public ac- Traffic Court
hearing on the proposed anti-discrimination commodations, housing, employment, and
ordinance. extension of credit. Chief JusticeSue

willac1fvelj

support:
Financial accountabilitywithin !
traffic court
Reforms of parking and.
eQtt8Sf8t1S transportation committee
Reduced taxi rate for
UF students

Expansion of the bus system,
; especially to off-campus
areas

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Our Student A9' BYRON PETERSEN


Honor Court

willhelpuMget Chancellor,


bad ID rml fv.WIUY ,Byron work for will:
Honor"M
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Court ,
SOMCACHING GUIDES: the\
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Reading Skills-ANS Cobol-Genetics-Background Math for a Computer World- '
Skills for Effective Communication-Study Skills'- How to Talk with Children (and honor system
other people)-Logarithms Clear Writing-Letters that Mean Business-Thinking e More undergraduate'
Metric Physics Problems: Mechanics and Heat Physics Problems: Electricity involvement
Magnetism and Optics-Intro to Data Processing-Money in the Economy-Quick e Continuation of bad check '
Calculus- Business Mathematics Math Shortcuts Your Library Accounting service ,
Essentials Adding Machines and calculators Interpreting Test Scores -'life's
Basis:, Biomolecules Spelling for Adults Practical algebra Quick Medical e Defense counsel for dorm
Terminology-,Ecology-Quick Arithmetic-Writing:A Practical Guide for Business regulation violators ".
and Industry.

FORTHCOMING:Test t Measurements-Guide to Physics Problems-Guide to
Chemistry Problems' -Molecular Biology-Educational Psychology-The Computerand
Management and Tables .
Interpreting Graphs Fortran Computer
Programming The Cell Reading Finance, and many others. WILIY SELF- 1 1 i "'
TEACHING GUIDES DO EVERYTHING THE OTHER SELF-HELP SEXIES DO, PLUS SOMETHING :_ Our opponents are afraid to make promises. We
THEY DON'T THE DIFFERENCE IS PROGRAMMING.: ,: aren't afraid to propose reasonable programs we are
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/ SAC-IN/ protests funding cutbacks I




by DEBBIE ERICKSON
Alligator Staff Writer because she was not a leader of the movement said the SACIN !"i\e. 10 or 20 people are present. If we stay here tonight we

"scheduled "to protest the fact that schools across the will show' the people we are serious."

nation are having cutbacks tuition hikes laying otT teachersand "Struggles do not begin with 5,000 people." he added.

larger class sizes." There( was unanimous decision to spend the night.
/enty-five students who showed up for the SAC.IN at thea
/ of the and "not leaving
There was talk occupying library
| -of t the Americas Friday night found indecision and All members of SAC refused to give their names to our
until someone with ,authority comes here to answer .
rganization among Students Against Cutbacks (SAC) Alligator reporters. '
will be hike.
tuition
demands and there not a
promises ,
.
,bers.'i instead of the, films and music promised. Because of the !small turnout, members were uncertainwhether
"If are in the Plaza people not notice us but if we
we may
ie SAC'IN( was a planned sleep-in to protest university the SAC-IN would be held. One member said 'it
in the lobby of the library they would have to walk
ing and faculty cutbacks.y would be called oil because' of lack of interest and bad camp "
through us. another member said.
9:30: p.m. only 20 students were at the Plaza to weather
par- SAC members decided not to occupy the library "because

jute in the SAGIN. ANOTHER MEMBER said the SAGIN would take place."A it we are arrested we will not be helping the quality of our

}NE SAC MEMBER, who asked not to be identified SAC-IN tonight will be speaking to the problem'whether education which is what we are here tor."







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................a* I
OF'WRATH a CREATIVE = NON CREDIT COURSES

I Registration for all workshops and lessons will take ploc.. In Room

= COOKERY I.e 330. from 9:00: a.m to AOO: p.m., March 31 I through April 11..
Pauline Kael writes: "It has been said that Carla Students faculty and staff members. and their spouses will have
WORKSHOP
; "r- Oreyer's art begins to unfold at the point where. e priority for lesson enrollment from March 31 through April A. Only

most other directors give up. Witchcraft and Featuring the after this time will registration be open to other penon.

mortydrom are. his themes but his witches do preparation of Samosa Due to price and registration differentials. It will b. necessary that

not ride broomsticks: they ride the erotic fears of I (Indian pastry filled with = each person come to register with appropriate id.ntification.

their persecutors. In Day of Wrath, as in his earlier meat and vegetables) By Enrollment for Individual classes I. limited and therefore on a

The Passion of Joan of Arc he carried the heroineto S Judy Jacobson. I first-come. first.served basi. Persons may only register for

true limits of human feeling, to the extremes of. th.mselv.

2 Isolation fear and torment. In 1623 the young I Wednesday, April 16 = Because registration for all workshops and lessons I. limited we

second wife of an austere. pastor desires. his death 2 I 7.30p.m.: = must consider your decision to enroll final by AOO: p.m. the

because of her love for his son; when the pastor working day preceding the first scheduled clall. Refunds will

falls dead she is tried as a witch. As the girl Is J Reservations required. : only be mode under tense circumstances.CONTsPORARY.

trapped and all possibility of hope Is stripped 2 Call 392-1655 9.00am. WITCHCIAFT
away one's identification with her fear becomes to 4:00: p.m. to hold a i tHE ART OP'ONSA! IOIICIIY AND MAGIC
IUN. APRIL' 13 I seat. mu.' ..April I 5-.May 71 Tu.April 15-May 77
unbearable thus dissolves
terror
Dreyer our as we a 7JO.:: ::10 p.m. 7.JO.IO: :: p.m.
see that the individual is now laid bare. purified INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR:
7:00:9:30' beyond fear. It is a world that suggests a dreadful i Enrollment Is limited so i Terry Davis OIkkl.Jo Mullen
115.00 Students SIO.OOStudents
of Hawthorne and Kafka." hurry and make .
!ND FLOOR AUD.fu.lon S2O.00 Non Students 115.00 Non Students
.reservations soon. S
GaOW YOUR OWN
.........a ASTROLOGY I
50' .... Thu,,.Aprill7.May 29 (Orvank Gclnhni"IJ
7.JO..30: p.m. Tueo. April ISMoy 77

FRED ASTAIRE AND GINGER ROGERS WORKSHOPS SAT1K Dikkl.Jo INSTRUCTOR Mullen: 7JO.IOp.m INSTRUCTOR:: : :,

Wed April 16-June 110.00 Students Sian Pollack
"FLYING DOWN TO RIO"The 00-4 0o p.m. $15' oo. Non. tuden" 110.00 Students
INSTRUCTORUndaDorty : QUILTl j 11'00 Non-Sud.nN
IJ.J..3': GROW YOUII OWN ,
concerns a troupe of entertainers Tu. May
story (Organic Gardening)
S20 00 Stud.nts 7JO.9IO: :: p.m
stranded in Rio but becauseof SMOONofiStud.nl.CMBRCNDfXV INSTRUCTOR: Thu,.April i7-May 29
the dance numbers, the plot has only Virginia Solomon 7:309:30:: :: p.m.
written Mon.May 12.June 2 17.00 Students INSTRUCTOR:
secondory interest. Originally tan oi
7::30-9::30pm. 18.00 Non-Studenll :
into the picture at an added attraction INSTRUCTORVirginia : 1 eats
the dance numbers stole the show Solomon YOGA 11'.00 NonStuctIIThu

(much to the surprise of the producerswho k 18.00 S7.00 Non-Students Studenll i0OOe.m.:.April.17-May 12Noon 29 Wed.ApriII6-Moy21 CHESS ,

didn't think dance numbers. would INSTRUCTOR: 7.JO.IOp.m: :: :;
hold an audience attention. The film JEWELRY CONSTRUCTION Scortet Johnson INSTRUCTOR:

features such songs as "The Carioca", f u.("lnt.rm.dial April 1 5J....)).3 I1LOO SlO.OO Non Students Students 10.00 Michael Students lost
"Orchids In Moonlight" and the title T3030pm( : 4 '1'.00 Nan-Students

song and a spectacular finale with INSTRUCTORlindo : ."va-STRtNG IANJO NEIaS'OtNt' NO IMGIW
chorus girls on the wings of flying JlSOOStud.nt.S2400Non. Darty (leginnl"9)) Wed.April 16-May 2:
Tuer.AprslISMay27 I7:309:30 :
7JO.9IOp.m:: :: ;-
airplanes. Stud.ntt :: :: p.m INSTRUCTOR:


TUES., APRIL .15- .4 Thu JEWEUIV,2,00-4:00 April:CASTING 17 p.m.June 5 110.00 Tom INSTRUCTOR Mam-V Students: $1500 H.onorl.iOSIIN 110.00Sludents Noft.StudentsIt -

'.00 Non-Students
INSTRUCTOR:
7:00: ; 9:30: Hop While FLOWER ARRANGING PAINTING ... I
2ND FLOOR AUD. SOC SIIOO Students Wed.April 16-May 2$ Thum April 17 May 29, ,:
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INDIAN DANCE PERFORMANCESponsored Joel Buchanan Sill" School
by the J.Weyne lefts Union. 110.00 Students 110.00 Students
Charles Asian Studies Depeitnient Public" FuncSJens $I S.00 Non.Studenm ItS 00 Non.Students

and the Ait end Sciences Student CouncilAn UIDGII IIOCX'N IOU.IMVALThu.
Chaplin ..April 17-May 29 Tuea April S-Moy 77 .
7JO.9IOp.m.:: :: 7:301:30:: p.m.
TBL Indian dance performance featuring three INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR: .
traditional cultural dances will be presented in the J. Adrian DoYeIi Tom SIIge"
Ballroom at 8.13 April 18.Anjali 110.00 Students 110.00 Students
Wayne lefts Union p m.on $15.00 Non.Stud.nN 115.00 Non.StudentsO
the performer will be giving her first performance '
In the Southeastern United States.AdmiMlorrlsfree. Hiss 1 YOGA
Tu..April IS-May 77 rue..April/ I5-Moy 71
CAREER FAIR DAYA however those attending the &Indian 7JO.9IOp.m:: :: 10:000"12: noon
INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR:
dinner will get reserved seating r Michael... Nilh lenlhaw
explore Only a limited number of Matt will be available to $10.00 Students IIo.OO sttxu.urts
program designed to help women those not attending the dinner. .1S00NM.Studenlo" 'IS 00 Non students

colleges, careers. and opportunities. '
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10:00 a.m.to 4:00 p.m. In coordination with the dance performance, the J. Would all persons who have
Indian
Wayne Belts Union will sponsor a dinner qf
Union
Wayne lefts cuitine.TM dinner will precede the performance and deposits
placed on our MIAMI-
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choices: Individual will give people an opportunity
information on career ., ed with food and music of India.
of all UF ocquu CHARTER FLIGHT PLEASE
THE IMMIGRANT consultations with .representatives. ,MADRID

colleges and various corporations. Reserved seats for the dance: ,performance will be CONTACT Program: Office'

made available to those attending the dinner.'

and workshops conducted by Tickets are UOO for U of F students'$5.50 for non- immedlatly?
Panel' discussions
I"". studtnt
professional women on resume ZSSi ... .
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.women In various professional 392-1655. or Rm.330.JWRU. C'
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'For further. .:30 p.m.. Man. through Fit No tickets will be. Ask for Wendle or Paul.11I.'nd..d.nt .
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Bonds, ft Engagement Rings. Gorrord Zero 100 base + pickering 1971 60x12, M.H. front kitchen BR investment property 15 percent Surfboard 7* 6" lightning Bolt by Jerry
Traditional or Contemporary designs of $130. new 230. coiled tub Strobe light living R. Bt. R. Awning auto washing down to qualified buyer will buy this 3bdr Lopet. Excellent Shope$63.00 Coll alter
your choice. Handmade for Individualswho $20. TV light show. $15. Stereo pulse machine In a good safe trailer pork In I'. b. home trances monn realtor Spin 378-1289 (o-3t-H3-p)
wont the best Original work by modulator $20. 392-7265 (a-St-107-p) very good condition.. 4,350 or best offer trend realty of gainesville inc. 377.6666 Bicycle 24"Mem 15 speed Campy Derail
South's leading Artists. Master Gold 2 bedroom mobile -home, expandable by owner.Coll after 5 PM or before 9 AM ofter hours J78-0442. lo.5t.112-P.L) all alloy end shifters, Very tight$165 373-
Smith and lopidist. Unconditional living room t boy window must'see to Monday to Friday (o-Ot-HO-p) I960 fender Ural $250. old blonde les 9707 Keep trying (o-5t-H3-p) 0
Edtlront.e'OZZIE:Qy" (>C'lntment only. appreciate beautiful panelling & shag GIRL' FIVE-SPEED like new Sear's bike, paul custom. $450, both. with case 392950rv'a -' BYCYOJ FOR Sal 25 to wllcomb from
3Z3-3B94 r(.9-5-p! '!f '.-"'. '-:- 1' "' 231'.r.l.1MOIJ.. tM Perfect condition: book fo lI.$65,or bestoffer. ( -112.p). .tll' ; t-+w'... all campy components except crank and f
meat sow bond saw type and1'meat I :."Cod '372-4569 after'6:00. 10-( "' : (MERMAN SHEPHERD (puppies.- super Drakes$300 377-8356 ask for John'(o-St.f:
ground asking for $500.00 for both call Custom Honda 350: Hog rear end, 8" IIO-p) show prospects with intelligence 4 l II?.p)
392-6702 from 8 pm to 4pm or 473-1312 over with dual lights, l-bar, 15,000 1968 mobil.home 12x58 air central heat temperament plusl! must see to believe Guild'-512 w hard case$600. new Guild
otter 6 pm and ask for dove (a-IOt-105- miles, asking $650 or best offer, Call wall to wall carpet kenmore dryer 2 10 wks, shots, wormed. $ISO. 376-4719 F-50 custom, 72, mint whard case, $373
P) ._ 378.0370 aft. 530. (10-10I.108.p) bedrooms excellent condition $4,000 ,loSt-m-p) Mutt Sell 373-3461 (o-3t.113-p)
call 378-0449 (p.7t-109-p) insont self defense against, assault or
Sears electronic llld rule Equivalent to 233 W, Unnr.nrty Ave
architects + interior designers-Moyllne rope. Completly disable one or more SR-50 except for exponents and
'Sam Ii'8 :: ? I adjustable'dwg desk 30" x 42" $40 call attackers instantly. Girls, if you ore everalone hyperbolici In great shape. Call 32- 377.3013
Jon 392-8507 evenings (o-5t-109-p) at night you need this device 9509 onytime .Jto-3t-113-p)
ofLoftdon Guys, If you have a girl be sure she is
L-, ; : : ".......00"c, ,\.., '. YAMAHA I 75cc dlrtblke in excellent safe when you ore not with her. Send 13 gal. fish tank and stand with accessories t/
: fish for $35 CpU
""''''' '' '''I. condo Has placed In the gatorback Call $310 to Sheriff, .50, P.O. Box 1622 Including
716'W J U&v'Ave Tom after six 378-3472 (o-5t-HO-p) Gainesville, Fla. Unconditional gouron. Sandy 377-6303 after 5 pm or 392-4183 at
.; : ,; : work (10.31-1I3-pl)
377-2543 < ". real estate WATERFRONT HOMESITE calf (o5t-112p)
pond: I 10 min from city heavily wooded. BYCYCIE for sale 25 in witcomb frame FOR RENTNeed
Only $5950 W.D. Mason Co. Inc. Coll all campy components except crank and
377-6769 (o-5t-1ll-p) brakes$300 377.8356 ask for'John (o-5t-. 'female foomates. 'fa shore 2 br
bargain world 2614 ne 18 terr. open 9:30: 112-pj) 2bath (turn opt Country Gardens close to
5:30: for1 your furniture needs lowest block nikon ftn $::195, pikkor 205mm med center $S9a mo or $118 own room
ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES prices antique cabinet 95.00 console tv $195:vivitar. 35mm $86, nikkor 105mm 377-7309 (b-5t-109-p) _
6995.organ (bench 12500.377-9835 (o- 195, somigon fisheye $ 60, tekonil!'
Shore modern 4 bedrm townhouse fully
s css. .1 31.1 11.p) meter, $38 or best offers call Mike, 377- '
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equlped washer-dryer etc. April rent
1973 honda-150 miles only-electric 4436 (o5t-H2p) free $72.50-month + 1-5 utll Ph 377- a,Ps
., w. w. 15* It. 7:15: 9:10: ALL NEW starter-must sell-save $$ on almost. new 72 Mario Mobile 12x60AC, cent heat, 8414 (b. .IIO-p)
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bike-$1099. firm call art 373-8144 pm furnished, carpet. Good condition, ROOMMATE WANTED,mole or female to e
372-4357 day (o-5t-lll-p) handsome interior quiet pork, close to share two bedroom apt. at OAK FOREST.
FOURMUSKETEERS Harmon Kardon Integrated reel-to-reel campus. 376-5330 (o.5t.III.p) length of stay and price negotiable. ise
THE recorder and f.m, recelver-$200 Two Norge air condo 4000 BTU $75.00 B & W 377-2365 ((b-4t-HO.p)
Altec Lansing 890c speokers-$200-musl TV also good for parts 25.00 AM-fM
4' !!1 sell-372-5535 (o-SMII-p) stereo w- record player ft B ft W TV female roommate to shore furnished
$67.95 Plus V. utilitiesbrandywine
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real estate 7 to 16 acres north of city, 'Console 125.00 373-0302 (o-St-113-p) opts call pam after 7pm at
TECHNICOLOR PRINTS BY OE LUXE high A rolling large trees call Joe HP-35 Calculator NEVER used $100 378- 377-8063 (b-St-llO-p)
Crawford c-o W.D. Mason &Co. Inc. 377' 9109 (o-2l-113-p)
6789 (o-St-lll-p) For Sale: Double Bed with good mattress roommate needed to share 2 bdrm opt
and springs A real buy) Call 373- hawailon village No. 124 $9250 + Vt
studious responsible fe male room-
2460 (o-lt-IISp) utilities 377-1583 (IbSt.I09p1room )
mote want own room In university Show Tint.:
garden 702.215 $70+1-3 utilities call Petrl ft 2 35 mm camera excellent for rent 68.73 + '/ utility 1914 NW

cathy or howord at 376-6720 (b-5t-110- condition$80 or best offer, call 3784846 4th ove 378-4869 air conditioned. .(b-St- 8&1o
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FOR RENT WANTEDtwo I FREE I III

roommate needed (fc ELECTRONIC' ENGINE
466.3340weer + quart at oak\ forest apartment 182 spring for Female WOnted to share 2 bedroom mole roommates needed for 4 bop '
MCrwnw..LUr+ Wale 110 + 1.3 utilities. call "m 372.9303. .lroil".5SO 17 a month Include mil located Sao-mo-,". utilities 1 mo. 4-125: I ANALYSIS WTTHEACHIf I II Ii
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*.W. 4th avenue, 377- 700. (B.5T-104-404( room torrent private; $80 mcl allutilltiel and research $2.00 h,. call renee after ---------------------
1 2:05 4OQw VW\ ) ; olio o-C lOll week of April free 5pm 3729177 No 15 (e-St-KE-p)
+ + all of July free call Steve ol 392.3028
ss 5 71s45.91.tltil e' 378-8122 GOLD t SILVER Top prices paid tar claw
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ltetu .a (o |tune |15 wok| )
tz* heat.wo'. ,0 campus rings\ old jewelry, ele.. confidential, Coll
soulaA.o University opts.'Incl.1524 o-c, pool 1128 mo. Roomote needed to shore spacious 2 OZZIE 373-3894 (c.49t-IQ5-p) MON; APR IL 1 4, 7:30 PM JVVRU AUDITOR I U'M
MELBROOKS' nw 4th Ove No. Jar bedroom opt. 3 blocks from
see Gene rm 220 meb b-Ste Prefer campus. Female roommate wonted tor I bdrm
anytime
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Jim
114! 3t.I09-) 377-5909 (b- opt in Colonial Manor 1 block from
campus $69 per mo. + '"* utl. availablenow er
ROOMATE WANTED.Shore 2 bed opt in NEED ROOM TO BREATHE? own room in 377-5762 non-smoker. prefered (r>
PG Old house-$75 + Ur utilities se 2nd new home on''i ocr. Really" Rural. No St-IIO.pl)
ave +7'h St. roll Terry after Spm377. lease. A.r-con Very Quiet 374-5766 (I bSt r ry
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5537 (student) (b.St.IIO-pl ,.III,p)_ roommate needed now at
|_ landmark No. 49. $47.00 + $25 deposit we w
mole roomate needed own room & full nice quiet apt: need a roomota for 52,00 come by after 4:00 or call office for '
both VI utilities,|, SO per month call 372- month call or come by Village Park 50- information (c.51.1 lOop) SPONSORED IV:.' .' ;' ; .
0739 after 5:30: (b.St-1 I 3739295 (h5tll2p)
111-p) .
roommate needed: mature roommate fOARD OF CO.IECE COUNCILS
bedrooms available in 4 br house, quietstudious lemole roommate oak forest luxery opt. wanted to shore 2 br opt at vizcaya own ARTS t SCIENCES STUDENT COUNCIL FREE
2:104:10 atmosphere, yard garden 58.75 I t. utilities, available mvinediotely room call 377-6294 or 378-2651 no
| 4:007s45125 wood Near Afbyi Graduate student 377-5381 Mary or NIkki. (b.5t. answer (c-5t-llO-p) 'tfiXNAP COUKTION ADMISSIONEVERY
IMIOMIVMO w.tbti smUT.red preferred 373-9610 (b.St.III.pl I ) I UlfJ I____
READ THISIII Dancers for the Panhellenlc Dance
SYLVIA KRISTEL, if your planning to move anytime Marathon. Sign upl) 3rd floor Union
Bob Dylan is sublet between NOW and SEPT. 'we can tent or before 5:00: pm. Tuesday (c-2l-M3-p) MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET
your present residence for you.
Lefe p.a.d.ofsMef crazy about Absolutely no cost!"II 377-6992 (b.401-
f eIMg bed.Emmanuelle m.pl|_ HELP WANTEDwanted 530-730: : "PICK YOUR FAVORITE"r

Leon Wonted liberal Responsible Female To students Selection of flavor baked pizza !
shore 2 bdrm Trailer 4 mi w of town In three to share three
Redbone! quiet country letting toO per mo t 'i bedroom two both apartment In exchange and garden frsh salad.
util Immediate occup. 377-2565 (b.5t- for doing maintenance work call
"3p) 378-1668 I 9 to 5 (..fr.I 09-c)
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mobile home at lamplighter park $165 with own tromportation; flexible hours PJzzaLnn
SUNFLOWERHEALTH first + last 372-5371,after 5:30: 378-8213 two days a week,no child care Call 378-
(h-5tlfJ9p) 8172 otter 4'30 (le.3t.112plFoil )

FOODS POOMATE WANTED 2 br duplex $75-ma 316 S.W.. 16th Ave 376.4521

own room fenced yard 1231 NW 45 Ave accurate typiit port time for law
Hoffman t Welder! Marling, May I pets welcome. (Ib.3t.I 112Pj office, 12:30 3:30 daily 372-0777 (e-.,. I ALSO NOON TIME BUFFET11am2pm$1.5
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Natural Vitamins, Minerals private entrance 3 blocks from campus

Herbs, Dairy Products during\Ie greg week.rm. 6(1b5'112plTwo 1 115 nw 10)si_5 to 7 pm ** * * * * * * * * * *

Books, CosmeticsIiUfiftock roommates wanted lor house In sw .
section large yard,o-c quiet,completely I .
Sandal furnished $75.-mo no lease toll |john or i .
7 Wait Unlvanlty' Av*. Downtown hob 377.7008 after 9 00 pm (h3tll2p) *

Galnatvllla. HaHda Phone 371 1971.THE.RULING AVOID THE FAll RUSH *
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1512 NW 2nd SI. 378-2252 Fireplace + IfIf- .
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W Unv.! Ave. 376-9179 (b.5'.I13-pl) ,..

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must !like dogs 4 not smoke tobacco *
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$80000 Month, Powible, Age ond lire. engine rebuilt Good reliable. car, valve, Warier, generator clutch $750 grow
location Dotn Not Matter. Offer-Detail, 25.30 mpg Must Mil S1B95 or offer 373- toll Karl 372-6437 (g-At.llf-pl)
Send 50c (REFUNDABLE) To: ,TRIPLE 5,. 0678 fxtrOI tg.5t-112'p|f ArC 1967 Buick Electro I tide smashed Runt fulfill their potentialas
699-U,Hwy 1S8 Pinion Hills Co 92372. a 1969 fiat B50yder( engine'Jn+ food OK! 1100.00 or Belt Offer ColT Amy J7*' .
( -3i!!113-p) condition new cylinder head 30 + mpg 5735 (o-5t..p"' ). "
body In Fair condition So25.or best.offer 1972 Honda 450 helmet. many extra, human beings.
AUTOS call evening 373-1200' ((9 5t-109' p) great condition 750, 372-4240 (g.)-
For tale 1966 Ford Falcon 6 cylinder Ill-p)
1 automatic (white)toll 373-0506 oak for ,
1972 vego Motion wagon new battery 1970 Toyota mark II o-t omfm body
i alternator, tire*, runt perfect.. hoi air melissa SI5O.00 ''g.5t.1I1-p) need paint 22 mpg In city 376-5361 of the
cond powertteering. radio $1700 01mok. 1969 fiat spyder 600.00 negotiable must .ext 360 ask for richard. before 43C: "The core
offer. mutt Mil 377-7369 (g-!ft-! ell good condition toll In morning 373- price negotiable: (g ** 110-p)
1))_ 3011 (g.Ot.'H-PI>_ for women
1970 VW for sole Run well body andinterior problem
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WOULD YOU LIK 4/ 66 Mercury 428 cu. In. Good transportation -
.$400 Call 377-2528 after 6:00g.81.lIo.p :
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:TO BE IN A PARADE?* 1974 Plymouth Duller cylinder,3 peed
transmission In great condition, $2200 evasion of growth that is
Coll 376-6230 anytime (g.5t-I13.pl) ,
: see personal classified : Buick Skylark Convertible $500 or best
offer good condition toll Paula 373-2727 perpetuated by th.e feminine'mystique.
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By ANDY COHEN worked on the wishbone offense as it was implemented last
Alligator Sports Writer summer.
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; Florida wishbone offense exploded for several long touchdowns i" Burton' LawlesaAd' Mlk St i'f' ( ;
Saturday afternoon as the Gator football team He mentioned narneT lit? GeldLoper< and Bruce
completed: its first week of spring football drills with an intra- Mulliniks people he is counting heavily on to fill those gaps.
squad '!scrimmage. "After these 20 days of spring practice most of our young
In front of several hundred faithful Florida spectators linemen 'will have as much wishbone experience as some,of
sophomore running back Earl Carr of Orlando completed the those graduating seniors," Dunn said. "We're working them
day's longest play as he raced 78 yards down the South very hard now and each day it will get harder and harder."
-I It Ix sidelines for the first touchdown of the day.; A REPLACEMENT for All-Southeastern Conference
RUNNING BACK TONY Green last season's leading ball ideout Lee McGriff is also high on Dunn's list but tine
carrier, ran for several long gains including a 49-yard jaunt in performances in Saturday's scrimmage by both Wes Chandler
the opening moments of,the scrimmage. and Glenn Sever has made Dunn a bit more optimistic in that
Junior quarterback Jimmy Fisher led the offense through category.
most of the three-hour scrimmage as last year's starter Don Several injuries have hampered the first week of drills for
Gaffney and several other seniors were given the first week of the Gators as three defensive linemen have been sidelined
drills offs with hamstring pulls.
Place-kicker David Posey.picked up right where he left off Darrell Carpenter David Starkey and Fred Wildman_are
last season as he rifled a 45-yard field goal through the all nursing injuries,though Starkey is the only one of the threein
crossbars to highlight the day's kicking activities. danger of missing the entire spring drills.
FLORIDA' OFFENSIVE co-ordinator Jimmy Dunn said IN ADDITION TO those three, freshman.defensive end
after the practice that this year's backfield has more depth William Bell has a broken finger and will be out of action for
than any other since he's been at Florida. !several days.In .
"We've got several talented running backs and our assessing the first week of practice. Gator coach Doug
.. quarterback situation is in excellent shape' Dunn said. Dickey praised University of Tampa transfer Sylvester King
He pointed out that this is the first spring his squad has lor having a strong showing at the defensive end position.




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photo by andy newman Wildcats put damper on Gator

SOPH QUARTERBACK BILLY KYNES

.backed up Jimmy Fisher in scrimmage
title hones bv sweeoina threeBy

Miami : 5-4 rerun I it -.y, - -

I MARK JOHNSON single and another walk to Joel Murrie followed with a the day and gave up a
' Alligator Sports Writer I force in two more runs before ground out to shortstop to sacrifice fly a run-scoring
for Gator netters righthander Wilkie Smith end the game. fielder's choice, and an RBI
came in to end the rally. After Marvis Foley's RBI single to account for three
By KEITH CANNON Hang it up. Kiss it goodbye.The Smith shut out the single put Kentucky ahead I- more runs and a 5-0 Ken-
Alligator Sports Writer party's over. 'Wildcats on only three hits for 10 in the first inning of the tucky lead.WILDCAT.
Any way you say it, it looksas I the rest of the game, but the second game, the 'Cats put STARTING
In almost every detail, the second meeting of the UF and though the Gator baseballteam's |powerful Gator bats could do the game away in the third. pitcher Mike Howard held the
Miami men's tennis squads in Coral Gables Saturday looked hopes for the i nothing against Kentucky Gator starting pitcher Eric Gators hitless until the sixth
remarkably like the first. Southeastern Conference starting pitcher Ed McCaw. Ai Hiller allowed a single ,a when John Cortese followed
(SEC) title were pretty well an Holt's
The score and the winner were the same as those of five Roger walk with a two-
.- !smashed this weekend with $ weeks ago in Gainesville. It was Miami once again, 5-4. The out bloop single along theSe
third-ranked Hurricanes boosted their record to '14-2) while three losses to the Kentucky' (Caldwell scored the Gators' then walked the next batter to
(he Gators fell to 19-2 and had their winning streak stoppedat Wildcats. I first runs to the day in the force in a run., Wilkie Smith
14 straight. Both losses have come against Miami. AFTER LOSING 4-2 and seventh and tina) inning, but came in for!the second time of'( ; 'JJaseball.' page I'JJ
AS IN TilE FIRST match, the Hurricanes led 4-2 after 6-2 in two seveninningcontests 1M
!singles. The Gators were swept in the Nos. I through 4 singles. on Saturday andS!
Juan Diaz and Alvarado, Fillol locked up in another in nine innings on Sunday, it
!struggle in the No. I match, but Miami's Fillol won a little looks as though the' team
more handily than he did in the first match. The.score was,715. slogan will have' to be changed
from JS in 75"
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Year".
No. 2 seeded Dave Pressly also lost in two sets tor the -frS
Gators. Joaquin I Kasgado downed him 6-4, 75. Now 14-15 overall and 2-7 _
J,' MIAMI'S JOHN Kagleton went to'three sets to defeat UF's: in the SEC, the Gators hit the
John, Kunnen 2-6.6-1,6-3 I in the No. 3 match. road for a Tuesday game with
In the No. 4 match. Miami's Ron Myers, who lost to UF Jacksonville before returning
:,freshman! Chap Brown in their !first meeting evened'thcir to Perry Field to play Florida
!series with a I-6.6-2.6-i win. It was only Brown's second loss Southern on Wednesday.In .
of the >ear. Saturday's first game. ?
The Gators salvagedictories in the Nos. Sand 6 singles lefthander John Chappell
matches. Freshman I Richard, Mealy, making his UF singles. breezed through the first I4ch
debut at No. 5, had no trouble with Joe Garber, getting,6-2.. inning before suffering
6-1 \'!ctory. .:' : control problems in the
AT NO. 6, Jim OI."Scheron his 21st straight match of the second. Chappell walked the,
'car' for the Gators 0.3.4 against Lance Dennett. first three batters of the
The I Gators still had ti I chance for the victory, but the inning, gave up a sacrifice fly ,
necessary doubles sweep was not lorthcoming..!o1iami's Fillol which scored the game's first
and Eagleton won a three-set No.. I doubles match agains4} run. and walked the next' Y C.
Diaz and Pressl)'. 6-2. 2-6. 6-0. hitter to reload the bases.
'Illat gave the. Hurricanes! an insurmountable 5.2. lead. THEN WITH two outs.
However, the Gators made the final score,u' close one:'by Chappell failed to over first
taking the I last two doubles matches. "* base in time on a nubbed S- S
.{.'" .TUPS NO.TEAM of Brown and Healy defeated Rasgado ground ball.to first basemanJ.B.
Viand'' Garber 6-2. 2-6.: 6-0. Kunnen and Oescher ran away with Caldwell allowing
the tiebreaker in the second set of their 7-5. 7.6 No. victory another run to score as the __n."

ty*I bases remained loaded. ,KENTUCKY PICKOFF PLAY FAILS.- ''photo* ty/I ondy newman
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RECORD SELECTION By RICK ADELMAN Gators to a clean sweep of the
Alligator Staff Writer 120 high hurdles as he broke

Daytona Beach freshman the tape in 14 seconds
PRICESWE
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Stanley Harm captured first followed by teammates
Tom
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ARE. .HAPPY TO ANNOuNce.. ..... place yard in dashes both the:and 100 set and a 220-new Doerr. .

TOP' 50 !school record in the hundredas Seniors Beaufort Brown
THE the injury-plagued Gator and Bill Hicks j were victoriousin

6.98 LIST PRICE LP'S AS SHOWN IN LATEST Carolina track team KS->O Saturday South in 440-yard their respective dash and events the mile the


BILLBOARD MAGAZINE'S LIST OF TOP LP'SONLY" Winter'I'he'S'7"Park.I>> Harris clocked aM.3second run.BROWN BROKE the tape.

hundred bettering in 48.S seconds and Hicks

"A EVERYDAYAT Nate Jenkins windaidedmark turned,in a 4:13.In .
of 4.5 set during the ,the field events, the
STRICTLY FOLIC_ 1974 outdoor campaign. Gators grabbed four first

HARRIS,THEN went on to places. Defending conference
All OTHER 6.98 LIST PRICE ROCK LP'S STILL AT A LOW 4.79!! \\\in the 220-yard dash in 21.1 champ Bill Kovach heaved
!seconds. Sophomore Mitch the discus 163' and Jim Stites.

Goings.ho was coming off a the 1974 conference runner-
233'II". \
pulled leg muscle finished up tossed the javelin
second! in the hundred and Will Freeman cleared IS'6 I

took third in the 220 while to w in the pole vault and Ellis V* ,
Mike Sharpe copped third I Miller took top honors in the \
THAT and high jump with a leap of 6'9", |
LET'S SHOW THE UNIVERSITY AND THE COMMUNITY place second! in place'the hundred in the long The Gators finished secondin

the 440 and mile_ relay \
jump. {
Hesley Bostic led theBaseball" events. .


V GREEKSCARE "/ single loaded the bases for the

Gators with two outs in the
ninth designated'hitter Bob

(From page /8) Zaleski bounced a ground

right field line. David Bowden ball through the hole'into left
then drove a onc-and-two field. John Cortese scored
into left-center easily from third base, but
pitch deep
/ Jim Shulock was cut down at
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Council's
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IIf,1It !
runs April 13th thru the 19th.This is your opportunity to save a advance to third to end the second to preserve the Gators'third
who needs 30. Nevertheless, the loss."You .
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university that Pippin and the
and the Craig
In past, let's show the community with the tyingrun
years fell behind&-2 before two-out hold the guy up
blood drive. The fraternity with the double, on base," head coach
during this special walks a lucky bloop
can do It by donating a pint of blood of members donatingwill scored Dave Fuller said."But 1 never ,
percentage
fraternity with the largest aad a fielding error
well as the
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most blood donations two UP runs in the eighth dreamed the guy
receive awardsl! him out at the plate-I never
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'a Bill Potter
Lambda Chi Alpha LAMBDA CHI ALPHA : PI Kappa Alphl DELTA TAU DELTA "They(Miami)were just a little better. Coach
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'I::. Sigma Phi Epsilon i Della UpillonJ said.."We just couldn't seem to win one more match even
11III: Kappa Alpha : : Phi Kappa Theta though we had several chances. But 1 thought we played

IN t- pretty well..It's no disgrace to lose to the No. 3 team in the
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Delta Chi DONATE AT' country.UF returns to action Wednesday afternoon at University
Gamma Della last year's
Phi College of Los Angeles
Pepperdine
PHI Courts against
W 1. Sigma Chi TAU EPSILON '
NCAA.
::;) c Tau Epsilon Phi Tau Kappa Epsilon eight-ranked team in the winds and a shaky start in
t- Theta Chi Kappa Sigma BATTLING GALE force
_r Phi Deltl Theta DONATE AT doubles the UF men's tennis team rode strong singles performances -

al Alpha Tau Omega Tau ALPHA. TAU OMEGA to an 8-1 victory over Florida International in
u.c Phi Kappa
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t Alpha Epsilon PI PI UPS DAVE PRESSLY disposed of Christian Cee 6-4.6-1
3; PI 1 Lambda'hi '
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: I In the No. 6 contest the Gator's Jim Oescher beat Tom

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