<%BANNER%>
The Independent Florida alligator
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028290/00740
 Material Information
Title: The Independent Florida alligator
Portion of title: Florida allgator
Alligator
Alternate Title: University digest
University of Florida digest
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Campus Communications, Inc.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1975
Publication Date: 1973-
Frequency: daily (except saturdays, sundays, holidays and exam periods, aug.-apr.); semiweekly (may-july)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: Online databases   ( lcsh )
Online databases.
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Also available online.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 65, no. 75 (Feb. 1, 1973)-
General Note: "Not officially associated with the University of Florida."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000470760
oclc - 13827512
notis - ACN5549
lccn - sn 86010448
issn - 0889-2423
System ID: UF00028290:00740
 Related Items
Preceded by: Florida alligator

Full Text
f'.



.

J r Student Government elections tomorrow 1

'' _
-'-'-"' :"7r- (Miq '
i Yt
"' "r :) Find out
) '
,
,

I k 1 xFk wherethe
"
D.
I I' candidates
.., ;
,
A '' '.". ,' ;'J" kfrw stand. -
7aLf f R .
:
'
; ,:.wI'; : "
'Ifi"" "'::1.V, t
F ; ,,, : :
'\, '.' "" '.. ; .. "

., Jt See stories,

iI i .
iI I ; pages four,


i and five.
., ,
"m "' "-"- -' '
-< ------ -
SG Presidential candidates ,

I From left to right; Ross Thompson, Grassroots Reform'Organization; Alyce McAdam, I ;I
Florida Student Party; Jim Eaton, Action: Richard Alfredo! Fettucini' Snyder, Family. '
-
'
.
t The Independent /TUESDAY
.


).... :; Florida Amgator/Ar 15", ,

.:), 67NO. :i35


I..nl"t'd by Compu' Communication Inc. Gamwill. Florida, Not officially ostooottd with the University of' Florida
,

.. .
-- -'''iay '''- '''
._K.A. :.., J&;)
.w-t": Supporters of ERA .



r chant way to Capitol

-
F flT 1
By BRIAN JONES "What do we want? E-R-A1! When do we want it?
Alligator Staff Writer NOW"
tjttp FEMINIST BETTY FRIEDAN became banner-
p K Cathy Whitehead, 17 wouldn't let jail get in the toting cheerleader coaxing the marchers into chants
,way of her support for the Equal Rights AmendmentERA and songs
ate ( ). "Move on over or we'll move on over you!"
The Merritt Island High School senior was Alan Alda, of television "M-A-S-H" fame juggled
determined to march in the Florida parade for the oranges while Florida Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin sang
ERA even though she had no way to get to "fight fight for your rights" to the tune of "Row
Tallahassee from her central Florida home. Your Boat," his sign-waving son in tow.
So she stuck her thumb out on the interstate TALLAHASSEE office workers storekeepers and
Sunday and got as far as Jacksonville before she was lunch counter sitters swelled from the buildings to the
sidelines for look. Some, their lunch break
apprehended by police as a runaway minor. a taking
"BUT I DINT have to go to jail. They called my jumped into the march and pulled out buttons and
mother and she said I had her permission, so they put stickers.
me on a bus and 1 got to Tallahassee at about one in The wide slow human river bubbled up Captiol
the morning," Cathy said. Hill and overflowed on the state house steps lawns
>p Sfl Monday morning under forboding clouds that walks and the busy street in front of the Capitol.
qy miraculously held their rain, Cathy was in the middle "Vote for us and we'll vote for you"they screamed
of 2.500 to 3,000 bobbing chanting supporters of the and the tall white Capitol walls echoed.A .
ERA who marched through the capital streets to the SINGLE ENGINE plane towing "There is a:

'loot of the state house., ___ difference-Stop,ERA" circled overhead.On .
''kie the capitol steps Florida Gov. Reubin Askew
4Y said despite his "super-square image" he supportsthe
amendment.The .
ERA "would in no way effect the family" or he
wouldn't be in favor of it, Askew said.
,"IPS SIMPLY the principle of equality." he said.
Alda joked with the crowd while slurping an
4 orange which became the symbol of an anti-ERA
ERA MARCHERS photo: bi y rtCk roars backlash last week when northern ERA supporters
,Vote for us and we'll vote for you. proposed a citrus boycott until Florida ratified the
27th amendment.
a "O.J. is O.K., but hooray for the ERA! Alda said.
''Feminine mystique BUT THE KEY to Florida? passage of the ERA was

1 inside the capitol. Supporters figure they must sway
rt iM1 five state senators to their side if the ERA is to pass.

v'R "It's going to be tough," Shevin said between bars
of Friedan hits UFBy of "Fight for Your Rights."

At least one senator Sen.. Alan Trask, D-Fort
JANET PARK Friedan.. founder of the National 1 Meade. said he was thinking of switching from a
Alligator Staff Writer Organization for Women (NOW) in "nay" vote to a "yea" Trask said he,was going to
1966. praised the organizers of the keep an"open mind"on the debate for pow. '
Feminist Betty Friedan claimed march which included Atty. Gen. Traske ,a citrus grower had been In favor of the
"this day is herstory" and warned Robert Shevin. Gov. Reubin Askew ERA but announced be,would oppose it when some
Florida legislators not to ignore the ,and ERA supporters from Florida supporters promoted a citrus boycott 'for the
-
message conveyed by Monday'sparade and several southern states. amendment ,
for the Equal Rights "It was the best political move I've ;rj.I. .'"" .'' THE SPEECHES ENDED on the Capitol steps. It
Amendment (ERA), which drew ever seen" she said. ''\> 'j started to sprinkle. The buses and can from all over
'
25003.000 supporters to Friedan told a crowded University ./--- the state were loaded up and started,home. 1
Tallahassee. Auditorium audience that she beganthe Cathy, Whitehead returned to the interstate, and
"Those' male chauvinist neanderthals women's movement with the ',."".. "," stuck her thumb out. Home in Merritt "Island was
better take the hint to save photo by rick rosin more than 300 miles away
their political skins and put the ERA BETTY FRIEDAN "We've just got to get that,thing passed this year"
over the,top'this year/' she said. (See 'Friedan.' page fourteen) This day is heritor/ she said.


1

e



TTJ: TT !


e "t' ,. ,.t It" 1 ," I \3
Pog.2,1h.Indopondont Florida Alligator Tuesday April '15 H7S


Mansfield ; Thieu must: tuesday/ .. ...........

r.. There a e\


talk peace for US aid /capsule :jdwq....../ 11M: elle

: MCAT
Cher 35,..
WASHINGTON (CUPU) Senate The peace accords which ended direct U.S. airlift ended : BAT :.-:::
Orphan
Democratic leader Mike Mansfield warned involvement the Vietnamese war. called on HAT 's
Monday that South Vietnamese President South Vietnam and the Viet Cong to create : SMNttttlNCttnttMM

Nguyen Van Thieu must make an effort to such a national council' to negotiate Viet SAN FRANCISCOUPI( ) "Operation Babylift" ended : .
negotiate with the Communists if he expectsany nam's political future. Early negotiationsunder '. .I.... ...
Monday. ....,...
.w. :
U.S. that failed. worf of mot1Ights" re
more aid from the provision "They are closing up shop. We have no .
.
Mansfield's statement preceded an unusual Mansfield did not mention Thieu by name carrying homeless children to the U.S. from South WplRii .

visit by the full Senate Foreign Relations but he clearly was referring to the South Vietnam, an Army spokesman said.A GMT n,
Committee to the White House where it was Vietnamese President when he said: Vietnamese children had been processed .
total 980 REX
invited discuss the Vietnam situation with "At this there is room foradamancy American ...
to point no their to homes with new : ::
.through the center on way ,. .. i i1IA1a
President Ford. on the part of any individual in the IEcFMI
families.
"It would seem to'me," Mansfield told the Saigon Government." Green military blankets matresses. white sheets and :

Senate Democratic Caucus "that a Earlier Monday in Saigon. Thieu had of medical supplies were set aside for use in the event
prerequisite of any kind of aid program if it is presented his"war government of union" and cartons permits more homeless children to IWIEOTH aq
to have a constructive impact in this critical vowed never to>> surrender."It the Saigon government said.
situation would be a good faith effort by the would be well to remember that what is immigrate the spokesman the flights remainedin
50 children brought on 317-14201
Saigon government to open urgent at stake is not the reassertion of Saigon'scontrol Approximately for treatment of various illnesses before theyare
negotiations seeking to establish a Tripartite over thousands of square miles of area hospitals he said.
National Council of National Reconciliationunder territory which its forces have abandoned." sent on to adoptive American patents,

Article 12 of the Paris Peace Accords of Mansfield said. "What is at stake is the = -

1973." surrender." denies .
Conally flatly mttenoter asutss
--.... -
--
Zebra shootings coiled kDUTCH :

I taking any m ilk bribes ..........I.'......

executions as trial I opensSAN

WASHINGTON (UPI)-John 'Connally emphaticallydenied

FRANCISCOUPI( ) A prosecutor assaults were code-named Zebra in police at his bribery trail Monday that he accepted $10.000
opened the "Zebra" trial of four Black ,communications. to help milk producers win a price support increase in 1971

Muslims Monday calling the killing of whites Prosecutor Robert Podesta then :while he was Treasury Secretary."I ,
last year "executions." went on for two hours taking the jury of seven did not,".Connally replied to repeated questions from
The defense objected but was overruled. women and five'men through each of the 12. defense attorney Edward Bennett Williams who put him on
counts of the indictmentagainst four Muslims the stand after' presenting an array of character witnesses

The assaults which terrorized San charged with murder assault kidnap and including Lady Bird Johnson and Evangelist Billy Graham.Did .
Francisco streets for several months have robbery.The he at any time Williams asked Connally, request
been attributed by officials to an offshoot of defendants are charged with crimes money from chief prosecution witness Jake Jacobsen a former SEAMAN'S CAP HIS
the Muslims called the "Death Angel" which that took place between Oct. 20 1973 and lawyer for milk producers who testified Connally. solicited Peaked trawler cap borrowed
required initiates to slay white victims. The April 16 1974. accepted and help cover up a bribe. from a Dutch Seaman's gear
"I did not" the former Texas Governor replied. "No such bag. Wind and water repellent.
conversation ever took place. .! never asked him for Dark blue nylon. Sizes: Sm.
I State to quit spying anything any time." (6%-6'/ ); Med. ((7.7'Lg.); .
agency
(7Vi.7HXL); ((7-7%).

TALLAHASSEE. Fla. (UPI) The uncovered an FDCLE memo last week calling End SLA trial finger
Florida Department of Criminal Law En. for "adverse information concerning public
forcement has quit keeping daily reports of officials," told UPI that he still believes that

"adverse" information on political figures the department is conducting improper printing, ACLU asks
that sparked a senate investigation an spying activities against lawmakers.
FDCLE official said today. Cartwright emphatically denied that the SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) The American Civil

Simultaneously. FDCLE special agents FDCLE is abusing its power or legislators'civil Liberties Union Monday asked for a halt to the fingerprintingand NORDIC CAP 111 M
denied they were ever a party to political liberties. photographing of spectators at the trial of two reputed Some call it Swedish others
spying or prying into any matter for Dixon following a revelation about the Symbionese Liberation Army members. call it'the Greek Cap. High
harrasment or political,gain. memo on the House floor Friday morning, Selection of alternate jurors for the trial was still under way. quality dark navy wool serge
visited FDCLE offices that afternoon and said Attorneys said opening arguments were scheduled to begin with black braid embroideredon
Their investigations are concerned with he saw department bugging and security late Tuesday or early Wednesday.The visor and band. Sizes: Sm.
devises. ACLU filed brief (6K-6'/i); Med. ((7-7K); L(.
serious crime. Joe Caminez. attorney for 100 a 50-page with Superior Court Judge
Also
XL. (7V4-7H)
(7V4-7K)
agents said. "My fears are much greater than they were Elvin Sheeny calling the practice "a gross violation of the available:in blue twill with black
Lee Cartwright, executive assistant to before" said Dixon. public's right to attend this trial." braid $8.95.

FDCLE commissioner William Troelstrup "They have enough security over there to Attorney Gustin Reichbach of New York said many young ....
said the department is no longer filing guard against nuclear bombs. Because of the people would not attend the trial because of fears the sherrif -iYB -,

newspaper clippings about legislators. uproar from legislators they have ended their department is compiling dossiers tying .them to
But Rep. Earl Dixon. D-Jacksonville who daily intelligence reports on legislators." revolutionaries. :
t t r

Two youths shoot out Ex-champ changes WIDI INTERLACE BUT .s.sa

i All cotton braided macrame in.
a fashionable I%"width. Buckles
of center evade police mind are nickel silver. Specify
wants to
.. playMANILA color buckle; White: or Anchor Navy or and Shins specify -

PALATKA. FLA. (UPIX-Two youths who James Daniels detective chief for the (UPI) A Filipino chess official said Monday Wheel. Sizes: Sm. ((28.32));
shot their way out of a rehabilitation center Putnam County sheriffs department here former World Chess Champion Bobby Fischer has recon Med. ((34-36)); Li. ((38.42));
near here Sunday and terrorized family for said Zygadlo and his companion burst into sidered and now wants to play Anatoly Karpov of Russia for XL. (44.46)),
eight hours escaped a northeast Florida plice the office of David Walker supervisor of the the world title he gave up to Karpov by default.

dragnet Monday.The Florencio Campomanes a vice president of FIDE, the
search for Dale Zygadto. 19. of Naples Putnam Start Center at Fruitland., about 18 international chess federation said Fischer called him from Stndcktck with order to:
and a 15-year-old boy whose name was miles south of here at S a.m. Sunday. The Pasadena. Calif., and asked him to send a cable to Karpov SURF 'N SAIL
withheld, centered around Crescent Beach in youths shot neighboring St. Johns County but a pickup several hand guns from a collection in the Karpov. a 22-year-old Leningrad student was declaredchampion City Island N.Y. 10464ThrlndoponcVrt
order was broadcast statewide. office and fled in Walker's car.FLORIDA April 1.


Lr .ua.iuueua. . ..
imuniconInorporolod
\\\u. 'I.hOUI.D florida Alligator It pubUcolion of Comput to ?
'
/ a. private, nonprofit. corporation. his publiirtad five tlm* **'*
except during Juno,July end Augutf when lf e published omMwoolily,and durfnpauderf :
'r" YOU I.IKE holiday and exam portodi Opinion iprouod 'In the Indopondtrrt AIM**of*
art thoM of .of tho writer of thh articles and net thOM of the""''TV!I .:
:;'f Florida tho campus served the Florida Alligator. A "*
by Independent
[iTO BE IN A PARADE: correspondence to ,Tho Independent Florida Alligator P.O. box 13266, Wf I 'CII*
Station Gainesville Florida.32601. Tho Independent Florida Alligator l i. onrr
STUDENT -- U second clot matter at tho United States tot Office at Galno.vlllo.Florida J2JO'-
: see personal l classified .lublCtlpllOfl rae Jt$20.00 1 per yearpq$3Jo per quart*/ j.A.1. the
: Bulk subsaiprons ore P91; (illpd thidwl."fud 80vlfn"'ont! for the*
PARTY for information University of Florida. .
Tho Independent Florida Alligator reserves tho right to regulate the'YPOfdert
2 s lone of all advertisements and to revise Of turn oway 9!") copy It wOCtionoblo
( : .
,. .. "AIf,' : IHC DORM Tho Independent Florida Alligator will nol consider odju tmont, of poyIMnInotice t "T,N'
; It I :/1 r i WE.EK. I advertisements "
Involving typographical InMrtlon
m error or orronoout TIlt
,,, : ; '""""" *' < given to tho ***
f".H"" '" ( ''''' 1'' I odvonwng manager within((1))day often the advertisement oI Pf
Q/'II'...... .aa... . . .%\"' I Independent ffOrWo'AllliBotorwIir\ 'eft' bo rotpontSWoforinowf""'e.,-*"*'
insertion
of _
advertisement scheduled; to run several 11 '


v



!



--------- Jr---------i I Tli.lnd"pnd.nt Florida MIr, Tv y,April 11197&fog 3
I
I FREE I II
I I ELECTRONIC ENGINE I IIIi Ij '

j ANAlYSIS wllrl EACH I 'I RESEARcH PflPSRStsaaxassaae.. : landBy I

I TUNE-UP I ---, !:' College may get
1W2N.> MAIN ST. PHONE 74-tiZt7 I I _.._fIOIl.M.....IDD'M,70. ....... :
---------------
--------
STUART EMMRICH teaching and research labs. "'
Alligator Staff Writer THE ESTIMATED COST is $6.5 million
for the addition and $2.7 million for the
o When You Think of Diamonds Gainesville City Commissioners expressed renovation.Neil .
Think willingness Monday to sell to UF, propertyadjacent Webb of UPs, planning and 'analysis,
to Norman Hall to be used for said the construction proposal is now before
expansion of the College of Education but the state legislature. .
only if an "equitable exchange" was offered. Webb said he was unsure if the funds
Commissioner Joe Little told a contingentof would be allocated because new construction
'UF President Robert .0. Marston does not have a high priority this year. He
Executive Vice President Harold Hanson and said however that chances were good that
Vice President for Administrative Affairs the Norman Hall addition would be approved
William Elmore that the city would because the College of Education is entitled to
consider selling the property for a dollar new space.
amount or swapping it for something of equal Funds for the construction have been
value. requested by UF out of the state capital outlay
"I WOULD LIKE to see the university get budget. If approved by the legislature
this property but the city has a valuable asset financing would either come from general
here. we have to see what kind of revenue sources or by the state selling construction -
bargaining we can do," Little said. bonds.ALTHOUGH.
Although the meeting was scheduled to the commissioners said they
deal with just the Norman Hall property, were favorable to the selling of the property,
much of the discussion centered around what any final bargain may be tied to UF's future
Little called the attitude of UF toward the cityas position on water rates charged by the city.
"second class citizens." Little said the city and UF had to
Little, arguing that UF was uncooperativein "cooperate" in matters that affect them both.
most matters concerning city requests, Little pointed to the recent dispute over water
charged that department staffs and not head hikes charged UF by the city as one area that
administrators were usually the ones to deal must be resolved.
with city problems.: Gainesville 'recently raised their rate for
"UF. SEES THE CITY as second class UF's water by approximately 150 per cent -
citizens and we are not going to respond to from $200,000 to $500,000.
second level administrators," Little said But because the legislature had not appropriated
adding that Monday's meeting was a ,step enough money in their budget to
VALUE
IS MORE THAN SURFACE DEEP forward in dealing with animosity between the cover the increased water costs ,UF was
..
city and UF. unable to pay the increase.
The value of a diamond Is based on quality, r. The 273,000 square feet of property The city, which guarantees water service to
not quantity. Expert cutting brings out the fire ?,. J bordering Norman Hall on S.W.. 13th Street UF, was forced to make up the loss by
and radiance of even the smallest diamond. .,' and 8th Avenue is assessed at approximately charging more to its regular customers.
'
i Color and clarity is a major factor too. Let us $684,000, according to Gainesville City LITTLE SAID he wanted assurance from
show. you what determines the quality deep Manager B. Harold Farmer. UF officials that they would "support us in
in the heart of your diamond. Elmore.suggested an appropriate "swap"for the legislature" to have enough funds appropriated
the Norman Hall property would be to cover future water costs.
% Ct. $22&OOGainesville's property adjoining the P.K. Yonge laboratory Little said UF's position on the water hikes
school now being used as a park, but said the was not independent of considerations on the
Center'L4mLLLb land must be appraised before any decision Norman Hall property and would probably
Diamond
could be made.MARSTON influence his final decision.
SAID the expansion of the Marston responded that UF would support
College of Education and renovation of state appropriations to cover water costs but
Norman Hall is UFs "number one con said he was "not going to tie the water rates
struction priority," with the Norman Hall property."
The College of Education is the "most The commissioners and UF officials agreedto
i underspaced college in the university" study the water rates so each side could
In The Gainesville Mall Phone Marston said. decide what they thought was appropriate.They .
Gainesville Florida 376-4431 0 Plans for the proposed addition to Norman also agreed to wait for further
Hall which would approximately double the deliberations until an estimate was made for
'" size of the present building, call for the extra the P, K. Yonge property which Elmore said
space to be used for a library offices, and would take "a couple of weeks."

.
.. ... n FC ?i .o @9
', ? \
y, { > 4; x, z E y,3: .j' 2:< bpi;' 'a'#

,',


r 'b
"
t
"
1
f };';
(CREATING AN ENVIRONMENT l.
COMING I

| Independent Florida Alligator Consumer Section 4.,

Need an apartment or a roommate? Want to sublet your house APRIL

I or sell your'trailer? Want to sell your stereo or buy, a fish tank?

: I':Fill out.the below form and send it in or bring It to The-Alligator

at 1728 W. University or to the jewelry" counter at the Campus

(;Shop & Bookstore------------------------------.r------------r.------with $1. :

-..- --'-- -
4
/ STUDENT HO,
.
J PLEASE PUBLISH MY 4-LINE ADD NAME u DATE /

r STAn _. ZIP. 1
| "HABITAT"'CLASSIFIED- ON.APRIL an f ill in" the boxes allowing 1 box for.cosh letter, 'space and punctuation mark, 2 boxes'for capital letters ;

,16, FOR THE LOW liii iii F UT ] [ jI


PRICE QFii Alligatorr


Unlwr.tsy :LMen /
G.In.wlil., H.. >?iW
I.-------a-----------------------------r.-----.a---------- --- -- -


f i "' I. '.... ..I.1...1ii. '.. 1, .. .. '= .. .. 'to 'I' ...... ,"' '}:,..',.',.':,,"_.f\:t}.,..,,,:.. \..,,..."."."" .'/I.-/'. u.. ,,..,...,.!"..../.4"'..............'.'.'.,..
.
.

._- .._- .
-- -- -- ----- -



ii


_ fu9+ .4 Hi*lndpndmt Florida Alligator,Tuvsday,April 15,197SAction



G I :: Students come first I



I The honor court cheating investigations 'must be pursuedw
._u.....__. ...._.____ By Alligator DEBBIE Staff ERICKSON Writer ith vigor. The fairness and attention to individual rights and i'
!II the recognition that the Honor Court is not a police force but :

Action-make it happen is their campaign slogan. Jim an institution in the university community' must be 'j{

Eaton, Dan Lobeck Caleb Crimes Byron Petersen and Sue remembered, he said. I
E Connelly promise to "determine which needs require action :

and then do everything in our ability to use the vehicle of "I FEEL IT will hurt voluntary testimony if the hearingsare I

Student Government to provide that action.. open. If students know their name will appear in print, I !
Action party presidential candidate Jim Eaton 4AS, said do not think they will turn in or testify against another
"The role of SG is to be the students' advocate-and keep the student." he said.
student body informed on the issues that directly affect
them." Sue Connelly, 4JM. candidate for Traffic Court chief

T.. justice was appointed to the Parking and Tansportation
"TO BE RELEVENT, SG leaders must speak out and
Committee at the beginning of spring quarter to replace
take the back .seat to
demand the interest of students not
attend meetings.
Grimes who was unable to
those of administrators the legislature and Board of
," Eaton said. "
Regents I Connelly said she would insure at least one of the three
"But
Lobbying in Tallahassee is the job of the president
..--.-.- ---..,"...-.. must be able to show the legislators in some concrete way that student members of the University Parking and Tran
," students are concerned about their education through the sportation Committee is an on campus resident.

LOBECK 'organization of some type of mass movement," he said.
vice president
Dan Lobeck JLW, is Action's vice presidential candidate.He i'
said his main job as vice president would be to coordinatethe rp
cabinet and "keep on people's tails"to make sure they are M>
T doing their job.
Referring to the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Com
mittee (ASFAC), Caleb Grimes, treasurer candidate said
"ASFAC can not fully investigate every department which
receives funds.",Grimes said he would form a task force made

up of students not currently involved in SG.to investigate and i
find out how thy can save students money and then make
O. recommendations to,ASFAC members.


GRIMES SAID he is against a bill proposed by State Rep.
Lee Moffitt, D-Tampa, which would separate the activity and I
service fees into two seperately controlled funds. Moffitt's bill +r
would give the president of the university control over the
service fee and SG control over the activity fee.

To save students living off campus money, Grimes proposesthe -."
establishment of an off-campus association which ,would
K GRIMES loan student money to cover ,security and damage deposits PETERSEN CONNELLY
treasurer paid to apartments telephone and utility companies. Honor Court chancellor .Traffic Court justice I





N Grassroots : Refuse salaryBy I




DEBBIE ERICKSON THOMPSON SAID, "Students are not apathetic, but are
Alligator Staff Writer inculted with the apathy in SG." As proof of this statement,

Thompson cited the low turn-out at last years SG primary and w
Individuals not bound by any particular dogma other than the"1,500 students who did not return to vote in the run-off." i'w
O they are seeking changes favorable for UF students' the Thompson promised to publish his telephone number and
structure of the Grassroots Reform Organization party numbers of allSG officers and senators.
(GRO).
Ross Thompson. 4JM. is the GRO presidential candidate.
"Students should know their and
Thompson said "GRO is a group of individual candidateswho college living-area
representatives and how to reach them if they need help.
are bound into :a party only because the election laws
ILENE YOUNG,JAS, is GRO vice-presidential candidate.
make it more beneficial ,!and economical to run as a party."
Young said her main job would be
as a lobbyist for students.
W GRO IS "chiefly concerned with the rising cost and "SG is here to serve the students," Young said.

lowering quality of education," he said.

"I. would like to see a 24 hour, information hot-line
All GRO candidates have signed "sworn affidavits" filed
established
to help new students and students
with the Alachua County Circuit Court," stating they will not 'bureautic runaround: getting the
she
accept any of the $7.200 salary usually paid to. the top five 'GRO TREASURER candidate said., ......... .... "...-
Student Government officers," Thompson said. Anthony Lombardy 4AS, / WORRALL
said the treasurer is the most important in SG
All five GRO candidates agreed that they will not accept he "holds' the purse strings." person because Honor Court
any salary. They said the money from their salaries will be chancellorSHACHAT I
allocated by the Senate for educational improvements on the
T UF campus. GRO is the only party in favor 6f Rep. Lee Moffitt's bill
-Tampa,which would give students control over the activity
u fee and the administration control over the service fee. -..
i ,aM Lombardy has submitted an amendment to the bill which

M S wouldgive students the option of allocating 20 per cent of their
fees to specific area in a general education fund Moffitt is
presently working on adding the amendment to his bill.


H ., LOMBARDY SAID he would request the Auditor General
to make a complete> outside audit of the financial
\
division of oO, and make an annual. external audit
.WitJ requirement in SG. A

Mike Worrall 4LW, 'is GRO Honor Court chancellor,

:;; should candidate.he separate Worrall from said he the believes"the judicial branch of SO
*a politics of the executive branch.'
E a ... ......' ;ji;.'
GRO'Traffic! Court chief' Justice candidate, Gary Shachat..

iMdhuttllamc on .campus must be halted and more
( ,
;
., ..... A" ,.., All GRO candidates piths started immediately, '
YOUNG LOMBARDY agreed there was a need to keep a

"I ..vies president .. treasurer I public financial record balll.J.t.o.f; ho'A' each. ,senator voted, especially on '.'. Traffic Court
1'\;\$. 1.sucLt", a.thIefusttc/ *

-
"
.



J "' ,
i \
!



Th. Ind.p.ndentflorfcla Alligator,Tu.lda"Aprfll5, 1975, Pag 5

iI',I' .'" .,--. ,. ... ,. -


t Family : Let pros windle! you : vrWl. I, 'I Y '.A. I



: I'G

L Ir "EVEN THOUGH we're professional crooks we have to 4t
tip our hats to the Board of Regents. We love the idea of
charging more and more and getting less." Snyder added.
Independent "Family" Party's vice presidential candidate n
Anthony Caminite 2UC said "I want to eliminate a lot of Nl Mily!
1 red tape by getting rid of the Student Senate. It. only gets in
the way. Hell Nixon did it."
t THE INDEPENDENT "FAMILY" Party plans to turn
c Yon Hall into a bordello so coeds can work their way through
n .rf college thus keeping the infirmary in business with three \. "I
times as many abortions and V.D.cases, according to "t. ,'
,
Caminite.In .1 ',nlp.: .
an effort to gain the popular vote Snyder has announced
plans to also make the Ratskellar an extension to the bore /

-- 5Yp a w dello."The. place is sleazy as hell and every girl who goes there

goes to get picked up so we can use it as a whore house on C' :

CAMINITE KRAVIT weekends" Snyder said. 'SCHWARTZTraffic .
INDEPENDENT "FAMILY"
vice president treasurer Party treasurer candidate Court chief
justice
Jamie "Hyman Goldberg" Kravit, 2UC, promises that UF
students will be living very well while he's in office. -
"I will set up a loan plan called the Alfredo Fettucini Credit The
.b;;:r :. ... .. ''I' ,r' Fund. We'll issue amount to $1,000 to student
,.. any up any
By LESLIE GOLAY ; ./
;' with a 35 per cent interest rate. Those who become indigent
'.Ii';;,:::1(011'. "' ; .Alligator Staff Writer must work on the Robert Q. Marston vegetable farm. This Independent'Family' A .
will also promote lower prices on the Servomation menu,"
Kravit said.
'J
In an effort to gain the "jock vote" the party promises a
; Candidates from the Independent "Family" Party said the southeastern conference title next year. "I'm tired of watching
main issue in this year's student government elections is the the Gators lose. We'll make sure they ,win" Snyderpromised. Party has
way in which the student body wants the crime corruptionand :
mismangement in student government handled. The party said they do not have an H onor Court chancellor N
Party campaign headquarters were planned to have been candidate but they said they were not in favor of open Honor no candidatefor
set up at the Business College where the atmosphere is Court hearings because.. "nothing should be open. People only
condusive to their type of organization according to get in your way, Snyder said.
presidential candidate Richard "Alfredo Fettucini" Snyder The Traffic Court chief justice candidate 'Arthur "Luga Honor
4AS. The plans never materialized."WE Barzeri" Schwartz, 2UC said he would solve the parking
PLAN TO do the same thing as every other party problem on campus by conducting an "on campus evaluationof chief
plans to do that is stuff the cabinet positions with friends and all buildings and leveling Tigert. Hall to make way for a 19 Court D
relatives irregardless of qualifications" Snyder said. level parking complex."
They also plan to set up the Alfredo k'etucinni Booking Barry "Nino Bongiovanni"'Wander, 4AG, the Independent justice.
Agency "taking all southeastern conference and professional "Family" Party's campaign manager said. "If we win then
athletic bets out of the hands of the Athletic Association. whoever has the most money will get our votes."
t


> Florida Student SG reform I I.
: :" ,''t.,.. ".

\
.'t By LESLIE GOLAY and activity and service fee allocations.
I,f' Alligator Staff Writer McADAM HAS SERVED in both the legislative and
Y executive branches of SG as a student senator and the cabinet
;'\ Student participation and Student Government reform are officer in charge of Women's Affairs and she has been
the basis of the Florida Student Party platform. The party has president of the local National Organization for Women D
advocated structural reform of SG if the student input wants chapter. '
it. McAdam wants to see changes through reform, accessibilty' ,
All candidates stress accessibility. and uniform office hoursso and openness in SG.
that students can get information concerning the functionsof Bubba Huerta 4JM.vice presidentail candidate for Florida .J 4 4Seih
their offices.FLORIDA ., Student, party said, he wuld work towards changing the .
STUDENT PARTY presidential candidate. organization of the cabinet "to end the overlap of positions." ,. ;
Alyce McAdam 4PE said her biggest challenge is SG reform HUERTA SAID, "I want to see that people who hold a '"..I A
and she wants to initiate a binding student referendum to. cabinet post will be made to work. They must submit a bi- ZC
determine the type of structure the students want. weekly report and if they don't work then they can be Im- '
."We're not going to offer anything that we can't think we peached by two-thirds vote of the Student Senate."
can deliver. I'm tired of going to SG and negotiating for Huerta has been active in the SG cabinet as SG director of
something that will please the administration". McAdam athletics and was the originator of "Gator Clinics for a
Cause," a program which taught children how to play dif
said.McAdam said she not only wants to lobby for student rights ferent sports. 1-i-
before the state legislature and the Board of Regents but she Florida Student Party treasurer candidate Greg Sherman AYRES :
wants continous input from the students concerning primary 6BA is the incumbent SG Treasurer who sees the treasurer's .Honor Court chancellor

t issues such as the tuition hike, mandatory summer.. _school. position as a "very complex job? in which proposals must be
"""" <' .. ', examined from abusiness standpoint." ..
'. .'... --..., '..

..... :. :;. SHERMAN HAS COME out totally in support of students .

..H.. .. ability to allocate their own activity and service fee. He is E.
currently coordinator of the Activity and Service Fee Advisory
- '. (ASFAC).
Committee .
,
f. ... .
\.!$ :, '
.' Ben Ayres 3 LW Florida Student Party's Honor Court
... .. ....,..,.. ,. chancellor candidate said he was a strong believer in the
''....'' \.; ... student's ability to handle their own affairs and an open !
, .. '. ;.' Honor Court at the trial level. ..o.rAsC' M
.f' ,, In a nutshell Ayves said he wants to publish trial results by

( case .number non-partisan judicial elections non-uniform S
,.# : 7: penalties and is essentially for an open trial. 1RR' I

,BOB,L1NDGREN, 4BA is Florida Student Party can .
didate for chief justice the:Traffic Court.: He said,hei:<,wants '" '
.
.'."
'1 partial closing of the inner campus to cars new parking .
facilities built for students and money from parking and

.,,.. transportation earmarked for students.
Lindgren has been an associate justice and deputy chief
HUERTA SHERMAN justice of the Traffic Court student senator and an SG LINDGREN .' ,".
j gr s .gnt treasurer cabinet direct: lu.)'"iu.fi i
,.-- .'... -...- --..-......-............--.......- .--,... .


_0 0_ }.4....:..." .



t
./


....&.... '. ..,........... ......_'\&,.. .,. ', .....'...... ..... '
I' [ (I _.
a 4 TOiInefep.nd.r Flo.ld }iIIlRoter,Tusd y,Aprt11S,1t7S
.
A Cordial Invitation To

Proposed amendment will/ // give/ ANGEL FLIGHT



students part in budget process f RUSH

.. I April 14- 8:30: p.m.

By DEBBIE ERICKSON WHEN STUDENTS pay their fees at the beginning of each April 15 7:30: p.m.
Alligator Staff Writer quarter they will be able to "check ofT whether or not they Fleet
2nd Floor Van Hall
want 20 per cent of their activity and service fees to go to a' I
An amendment giving UF students the option of chan. general education fund. Lombardy said.

neling 20 per cent of their activity and service fees into a Students will be able to designate one out of three-to-five "....... .. .. .. ..
general education fund may"very possibly"be added to State specific areas in the general education fund where they want \\\ ."
Rep. Lee Moffitt's D-Tampa bill. their money to go.
Monday Moffitt said "I'm'working on it right now. The ,Currently university presidents have veto power over the hOULD
amendment stands a good chance of being amended to my activity and service fee allocations made by the' Student YOU LIKE
bill." Senate.

ANTHONY LOMBARDY, Grassroots Reform LOMBARDY SAID,"Under this bill university presidents ; IN A PARADED
Organization(GRO)party treasurer candidate, presented the would not have the power to reallocate activity fee money.Thesenate \\TOBE Ia I
amendment to Moffitt last week. would be "legally responsible and accountable" for
: see personal classified
Moffitt's bill would give student governemnt control over their allocations. J
the activity fee. The service fee would be controlled by the If Moffitt's bill is passed in the legislature Lombardy said for information 5
university administration. the seven member Activity and Service Fee Advisory Com <
Lombardy said the amendment "will give students their mittee would be dissolved.The Senate Budgetary and Finance IHC DORM,WEEK
first opportunity to be directly involved in the budgetary Committee would make recommendations to the senate for '
process.' the allocation for the activity fees. .,1.............. ..... .it\\

-


IRISH IS BACK! SPENDING AND HONESTY



SHOULD GO HANDIN

From New York City and the

International Hair Show. The HAND.
world's best presented the latestin ..
hair fashions. I

I If these people have their way-It will !
CURLS ARE IN!!

1UC ARCHITECTURE AND RNE ARTS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Our experienced stylists are: BRENDA ANDREWS MICHAEL FRKET1N RUSSELL DIVINE
Robbie Ann MARK BOUSQUET APRIL KELLER
Karen Mary JEFFRY FELDMANLEE
SWAIN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Kathyand STEVE THIESSE' .i JASON SMITH HONOR COURT
of course Trish/ BARBARA BALFE

NOWOPEN LATER EVENINGS 2 UC FORESTRYWALLACE DOLABROD
ROBIN BROWN UPPINCOTT CRAIG CUFTON
JOHNNY DIAZ .t' k MICHELLE DARCEY
CLOSED SATURDAY JOHN ESPINOSA LAW BARRY FASOLD
TED GOllNICK MICHAEL NORVELL PAM GOLDENBERG
PAM GOODRICH STEVE JOHNSON
BIWE ANN KOINIS DENTISTRY CHARLES SCOTT

1 MICHAEL SAMPSON UNDA SUE SIMONSONARTS
HAIR HOUSE AND SCIENCES CHARLES STEINBERG

'fOO S.W. ARCHER ROAD JAMES CUNNINGHAM PHARMACY PETER TIBMA
37*.3472 GERALD DiFABRIZIO CRAIG SMITH CHRIS WILTHWARD
-.1.1ittje1l6 JOHN DiMAIO WOTITZKY
JOAN EDISON JOURNALISMCAROL SUSAN WRIGHT
GUY FORTIN
ANN HENRY
RONAE KEISER ,
ALAN STONE
NICK LANG f.. 'i,. .
EUGENE WAY NURSING:1': :
:> '
oj'1JJlla3il ., ".....
.
.r.
LAURA FISCHEREDUCATION ?,
--
AGRICULTUREKENTON ."w'.
': I"f;\ ,.
CAREEROPPORTUNITIES AYERSENGINEERING .' t t\.
.
.
--
"
CAROL BREITENBUCHER
KIM KIRK
WITH JAMES BLACKMON DENISE LEACH*
JOSH RODSTEIN PATRICIA
PAUMAN
ICI BRAZIL


MECHANICAL ENGINEERS& CHEMICAL WE NEED MORE THAN WORDS. ..

"

Cia Imperial de Industries Ouimicit do Brasil has career opportunities -
Mechanical. for recent Engineering college graduates with degrees in Chemicalor WE NEED ,

Minimum requirements include Bachelor or Advanced Degreein
the appropriate engineering field and Brazilian citizenship.
Previous experience in a chemical production capacity preferred
,but not required.In .
May 1975. a Sr, ICI Brazil representative will be visiting the .
U.S.A.to discuss career openings with the selected engineers.
If you are a Brazilian national with a degree in Chemical or
,
Mechanical Engineering and desire a challenging home-country
assignment rush a resume to.:. ,
," l' "tl P : ,.
.. .
L. WyM I '9"" ">1 j '"
I I ICI UNITED STATES'INC. I'
@ WHmtaetwi. DI lies make i happenPd.
or call coded((302))S7S-3147
Pol. Adv.: By Ken Harrison
Campaign I Treasurer '


l. ..........._ ......... ........ t I' .." ....or. r1\



,,"


i



The Independent Florida Alligator.Tuesday. April 15.1975. Poae 7

I I Acquitted in first Sun land trial I




i 1 Unamimous/ / jury frees worker ,





of assault and battery charges :




Virginia Roark, an employe of the Sunland Training The defense presented three witnesses, including Roark,

Center. was acquitted Monday of charges that she struck who testified in behalf of Roark's honesty and professional

Sunland patient ,Nathan Hanner. dedication.

Meeting An Alachua County grand jury indicted Roark for assault The jury's unanimous verdict was delivered in the Alachua

and battery on January 17. County Courthouse, with Judge Kathy Wright presiding.The .

Saturday 8 PM Assistant State Attorney Morris Jiunta's case rested solely

on the testimony of former Sunland employe Jerry Miller, who grand jury which indicted Roark, also indicted seven

Episcopal Student Center testified that on December 30, he saw Roark repeatedly strike other Sunland) employees for abuses of patients. The

Hanner on the head. remaining cases will come to trial) today.












................... --- ---
FRED ASTAIRE AND GINGER ROGERS NON CREDIT COURSES
I CREATIVE .5
COOKERY "FLYING Registration for all workshops and I.ssons will take plots In Room

330, from 9:00: a.m.to 4:00: p.m., March 31 I through April 11.
WORKSHOP 5 Students faculty and staff members and th.ir" 1 spouses will hove
The of
story concerns a
troupe entertainers
priority for I.sson.nrollm.nt from March 31 through April 4. Only
Featuring the stranded in Rio but, because
offs this tlm.will registration be to offs .
preparation of Samosa I of the dance numbers, the plot has only open p.rsons.Due
to prlc.and registration dlff.rentlal't' wilt>> be necellOry that
(Indian filled with
pastry secondary Interest. Originally written
each with Id.ntlflcatlon.
to
meat and vegetables) by Into the picture as an added attraction person come reglste appropriate '
Enrollment for Individual classes I. limited and, "refore" on a
Judy Jacobson. = the dance numbers stole the show
first-com., first s.rved bo.l. Persons may only regl.te forth.ms.lv.s.
(much to the surprise of the producerswho .
Wednesday April 16 didn't think dance number would
B.causs.registration for all workshops and I.ssons r. limited, w.
7.30p.m.: = hold an audience attention. The film
must consider you decision to enroll final by '&:00 'p.m. ,Ih.
features such as'"The
songs Corioca". working day preceding tho first'scheduled cia. R.funds will
Reservations required.Call = "Orchid in the Moonlight" and the title only be mode under th... circumstance.
392-1655. 9.00am.: song and a spectacular finale with
to 4:00 p.m. to hold a chorus girls on the wings of flying ARTS WOIIISHOrS I C.N1S Lens
seal I airplanes.
lAnK GlOW yours NW.d.

Enrollment Is limited, so I TUES., APRIL 15- .April 14Sun 4 .=..Go} nINOSTRUCTOI 27
: 7:30:30.11I.LIndo :
hurry and make :

reservations soon..M..N..fOM.I. .I 7:00: ; 9:30: 2ND FLOOR AUD. 50' Saa.OONa.Sud.no.1:20.00: Stvden"Dmly t ..s10.sshrd.ntsiommv INSTRUCTOIh Stan Pollock


IIII GII
JOB Mon.May 12-.......2 'Ihufe.April 17-May 2t
7:30-:30 7:30-:30: ,.....'
A Mm by Judy CoMm md Jill Godm.bwPMtogr.pMd : : p.m. INSTRUCTOR
by Coun,Walt4tiia Virginia INSTRUC1OI Solomon: Mb.,0ovalp.m I/

'. "lS.110000"'te 00 Noft.S..........
*.00
TALK Noft.Sludente 01555W.d
April 14May a5JSwaly
CASTING 7:30-:30.11I.: '
1hu.Apct 17.Jun.S 1H5TRUCTOIh
2:00.:00: : p.... Mici-'hit

A seminar In career awareness 'and lob INSTRUCTOR Hope WhIte: 13 15 S1a.og Oc Non-stud.nt.'IUd.nta

opportunities. 11100 Studen" HIIPUI'OIItf ANDSMGYLOsa4.00
: Non.stvd.nls wad 14May 2:::
Session. I: + :::::: p m. "

"How To Market Your Deg,.."'' QUtiJING INSTRUC1OI:
a fascinating blendof T_May 130.:1: Naar leIthlllll
Seminar Leaden James Shaw SouthernBell
,7:30-:30p.1II.: : 'lo.ooSludente
music, politics romance and memories; INSTRUCTOR Sit to Non. ..........
the story of history's first woman conductor.She Telephone and Telegraph 'Co. Virginia 50'-' ,PAINTING
is powerful, humorous,inspiring, and 11.00 Studen" 1hun.AprtII7.May 2tsa
.......
thoroughly unrepentant. 00 Noft.S. 7:30.1:30: p.m.
Wednesday,April 16 INSTRUCTOR: ::
" lut School'
7:3010 9:30p.m.Loung..I22& .
MfICILOGU 'IO.ooStuden..
WED., APRIL 16 7:00; 9:30 123 Wed.ApriI1"Mo121 ", ,5.00 Non.sru d.na
7.30-:30p.: .... .
2ND FLOOR AUD. sac Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union and INSTRUCTOR: Thu",.April IU\oAI 7.May 29 '

the Career Planning and Placement Center. David$10.00 Codwon.Shrdsls 5:007.OO..NSTRUcT: ,.tI III::

sl'M Nnm Shrd.nb lath.....ohoIILOWDAltIANGlNO
INMANOANCCfEltfMMAIKfSpenMTMl t
by Cm J.W.,...Roth. Union SI t:::Non Stu. :'....
Aden Studies ttoeerMent.Pvblte tVmcfleniend FACULTY Wed.ApnII..Moy 28 YOGA
MM Arts end Sciences Student Council 7.30-.30 porn ""' ...ApriI17.Moy 2t
M Indian done performance featuring "Ihrae RECITAL Joelluchonon INSTRUCTOR: IO:00..III..12HoM:
traditional cultural doncai will be presented In the J. S10 OO Stud.nM INSTRUCTOR:
SCo..John_
.a Wayne Haiti Union Ballroom at 8:13 p.m. on April 18. AND '15.00 Non.s/ud.nl. shoo stud.nls
Anjall, the performer will be giving her lint par- 115.00 Noft.Stuclen..
formance in the. Southeastern United States.Admiuion FLORIDAWOODWIND

Is free, however lhoe attending the Indian
dinner will get reserved sating
' CAREER FAIR DAYA < reP.
Only a llmitad number of sots will bo available to
lho. not onoftding the dinner,
. program designed. to help woman explore
.
colleges, careen end opportunities.' INDIAN mm : QUINTET ARREDONDO ROOt,.. .
,April 14 .

10:00..m.to 4:00 p.m.J. In coordination with the. dance performance, (...../. LUNCHEON SPECIAL ..
.Wayne Rolls Union Woyn. Relti Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian "
cuisine.Th*dinner will precede the. performance and :
TUES 15 .
Information on career choices: individual will give people an opportunity to become April SOUP AND SALAD BAR
, consultations with representatives of all UF acquu..,ited with food and music. of.1 India.

colleges and various corporations. .1.50. ,
P.M.
8:15: ,, : "".r' II' ,"o,
,...,.,. sats 'for,the dance performance: will be E Homemade \' .
made available to those attending the dinner.: E Soup

Panel discussions and"workshops) conducted. by. ..... 'f'q[ IJ: 0' f M non;*+ ;j, Make Your Own Fresh ,
*- S .' ) women 'on resume; f r ,..: ; .,. I REITZ UNIONBALLROOM I GSeer). :JI d.r-, ', .
and
tervlewlng techniques OPPO fields. Choice of Dressing & Condiments:
women In various professional Beginning April 7. tickets will be ,on sale at the Fresh Sliced Bread .
. University BOil Office (Conttons Theatre)'from 12:00 to
For further Information, call Claire Walsh at 392. 430: p.m., Man. through Fri. No tickets will be Coffee or tea "

, 1261. available at the door. Phone 39M653, for reservation ... Served Monday through Friday ,

*. .. .. .. .. .) I'I"1'' ',' -I '11:30: a.m. to 1:30: p.m.AA :
nwr.d b th. .





'.4.-... k



8.11telndependentF1orfda Alligator Tuesday April I IS, It75 This page paid for at usual advertising rates.
--- --


H Hope Held for Pay Hike, :University .




Increased Appropriations Produced Digest

by the Dtvitton formation 4fuWationtStrvtcti
-
the use of $21.2 million in federal to comma*
ported
"Hopefully, movements now underwaywill for operating costs to kite offk'ml nolicti A importantinformation
allow the Legislature to increase : :BO'ard of' Regen.ts: I revenue education.sharing The report also stated that it to sti dent%faculty 4uaif ;
for university operations [ t. .
appropriations al f co tiivmity tFloiJ4.residenti.al
million
somewhat recommended in by excess Governor of the Askew amount and lagi .lati've' J :'parlRegents has will been be available estimated for that capital about $25 outlay for

provide pay increases of five per cent." Legislative Report No. 7 dated universities from the utilities gross receipts -
That is the sum-up sentence of what April 10. bond program.The Bfltemo
Chancellor-designate E.T. York Jr. termsas The report stated that Gov. Askew in his hopes for a pay increase, accordingto .
"encouraging news" in Board of opening remarks to the Legislature sup- the report, stem from the governor'surging
In his remarks to the Legislaturethe Here's How To
elimination of rebates for collection of
Restored in
Cooling 6 Buildings
taxes and a previous indication from the
governor that some of these funds be used Appeal Honor
- For Night Classes Switches PossibleSix for pay increases for state employees.
Prospects for biennial budgeting "brigh- Court Cases
major buildings on campus will be air cooled ,from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. to tened considerably," the report stated, '
accommodate night classes and library study. from remarks made by the governor
The buildings are Library.East and West,Norman Hall, Matherly Hall, Little Hall and supporting the concept. TO: The University Community
the MusicB-uilding. York wrote that the educational sub-
Registrar Vernon Voyles said that faculty members can have evening classes shiftedto committee of the House Appropriations FROM: Robert Q. Marston, PresidentThe
one of these buildings so long as the shift does not require a time change. Voyles said committee has Increased the IF AS budgetby
that Norman Hall is the most widely used in the evening and that Little and Matherly $1.2'million.. right to speedy resolution, when a
Halls offer the greatest number of shift possibilities. In other committee action, the report person is accused of wrongdoing, is one of
Voyles said faculty members should follow the "normal procedure"for schedule of said that an approved bill requiring the our most precious and cherished Ameri-
class changes by going through the department chairman and completing the necessary assignment of duties for faculty at the can principles. In light of this principle,
forms. beginning of the academic year instead of the situation that exists with regard to
All other centrally controlled buildings on campus are being cooled from 11 a.m.to 3:30: quarterly was amended to delete refer- students charged since early last quarter
p.m.C.C.Greene,director of the physical division,said that window unit air:conditionersare ences prohibiting denial of tenure or with honor court violations disturbs all of
being restored to service as his personnel are able to do so. promotion on the basis of failure to do
Greene has issued an appeal for persons using window units to follow the 11 to 3:30: use research or us.A report recommending changes in
schedule. He said that the University's electrical E&G bill will be short at least $900,000of publish.C honor
system procedures prepared by a
the amount appropriated and will be paid from budget savings this year and funds Q Task Force on the Student Judiciary has
borrowed against next year. At this point, Greene reminded, all extra costs for utilities been referred to the faculty and student
will have to be paid back next year for funds borrowed this year. Greene said that senates for their consideration. Facultyand
cutbacks in conditioned air. in the first three months of the year saved an estimated ,
r I students in groups and at large have
$56,000. l been asked to react to the proposed
I' changes. Our goal is to reach a firm

'Teaching You The System'Gives r _, ,i decision on the future of the honor systemby
the end of the quarter.We' .-
Info Services have been informed that oral
on arguments on our appeal to set aside the
"Teaching You the System," the program to help students understand the various CE tiri ESDegree injunction against closed Honor Court
programs, procedures and services available to them at the University of Florida will hearings will be heard in the First District
continue weekly throughout spring quarter.A session is planned for 8 p.m. Wednesday in Court of Appeals in Tallahassee May 6. Of
the Murphree Commons Area. Professor Morton Wolfson from University College and Application, course we do not know, when we will
Assistant Dean Jack Fancy of the College of Business Administration will be present to receive an answer'or what the answer will
answer questions, along with personnel from: the Office for Student rvlces./ Change of CollegeFriday be.In
Sessions are planned for 8 p.m.,Wednesday,April 23 in Jennings Recreation Room and the light of continuing uncertainty, I
8 p.m., Wednesday, April 30 in the Recreation Room of French Quarter Village Park at 4 p.m. is the last time to applyat have decided that any student charged
apartment complex at 1000 S.W.16th Avenue. Faculty representatives are present at all the Registrar's office for a degree to be with an Honor Court violation prior to the
sessions to answer questions.The conferred at the end of the Spring 1975 beginning of this quarter may choose one
program open to all students will explain how to use peer advising services, Quarter, and the last time to file application of the following alternatives:
tutoring organizations and the reading and study skills clinic; how to use the petitioning' for changing college next quarter. a.) Choose to have his or her hearing
processes correctly, finding out about grade forgiveness, the real purpose of the S-U, Graduate CandidacyFriday conducted in an open Honor Court session.b. .
option and other academic policies; how to select an advisor and discuss policy and .) Wait for a hearing until resolution of
problems with deans and professors; how to make it through drop-add, registration, at 4 p.m. is the last time current litigation.c. .
etc.; and what free services such as the Married Student Center, Institute of Black applications for admission to candidacywill .) Appeal for administrative resolutionof
Culture, Career Planning and Placement, Veterans Affairs, Counseling Center and be accepted at the Graduate School. charges pending by contacting Robert
others are available. Students expecting a master's degree to be Denson Director of Student Judicial
conferred at the end of Spring Quarter Affairs, 124 Tigert Hall.

Job Interview ScheduleFourteen must Hall.submit this form to Room 288 Granter -


employers will be interviewing on campus during the next eight days, JM 201 Block Culture
looking for potential employees with backgrounds in liberal arts,. engineering, ProficiencyA
agriculture, architecture, education, accounting, finance and other areas. test in writing proficiency which Library ReopensThe
Students should sign up for interviews at least one day in advance In Room G-22 grants students headed for the College of
of the Reitz Union.Employers Journalism
and Communications
exemption library of the Institute of Black
visiting campus April 16-22 include: from JM 201, Writing for Mass Culture has for business Mon-
reopened
Wednesday Internal Revenue Service, Sun Banks of Florida, Southern Communications
and 4 hours credit will
days, and from 8:30:
Wednesdays Fridays
Wellcome Research Co.Thursday Institute. Maas Brothers, Jordan Marsh of Florida, Burroughs and be held 420 Thursday Stadium. at,7 p.m, in'Rooms 419 a.m..to 4:30 p.m.'According, to IBC Acting

Mutual Benefit Life'Insurance Co., Southern Research Institute, Students Director Joyce Taylor, the library had
may sign up in 337 Stadium or been closed for inventory..
Unbeck Construction Corp., Memphis City Schools, Xerox Corp. call Mrs. Hettie Glenn, 392-1124. The
Friday -Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., Davey Tree Expert.Co., The test is not open to students who have IBC library houses books, news-work
Monday-ACTION (Peace Corps, Vista, etc.) taken or are currently taking JM 201, or papers,magazines,current research
Next Tuesday Dade County Schools,Factory Mutual Engineering Association. those who have previously failed the test and other information on AfricanAmerican
Culture.Materials may not be checkedout
but may be used by the public on the
Women's Career Fair WednesdayDesigned premises.focuuitf.
I I
BOR Meeting May 6 .
to help women explore various ence rooms.
colleges, careers, life options and job Programs will be posted around the
The May regular meeting of the Board of opportunities, "What Color is your Parachute Union on Wednesday. women students --
Regents will be held May 5 at 9:30 a.m. in ?" is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. student spouses and career service ,..
the University Center, Florida Atlantic Wednesday In the Reitz Union. Represen- can attend appropriate sessions.employees -'
University, Boca Raton. tatives of colleges and of a number of This is the first women's career fair"ff b y
The Board will consider rules designedto industries will be in the Ballroom, and a sponsored by the Division of Student
help equalize enrollments during the variety of panel discussions will be held In Affairs and the Student Mental Health /taw/erf M Solution'Tomorrow

four quarters. .. first floor lounges and third floor confer Unit. University of Florida Gainesville
University of Florida is an Equal Employment'Opportuntty/Affinnative Action EmployePage -I



,






I ,: :: I.,If Alligator Tuesday,, rlll.s..I7S. Page
'Iri A *\-.Vttw V*.... I J

TUCKERS AUTO : ; : :

RIPAIft ;HMo, r. candidates I


*ffHE STUDENTS FRIEND"
( :;
EDITORS NOTE The following Is a lift of candidates for UF Student PHYSICAL EDUCATION ,,J' r
Senate. Jason Smith Action "
,
Barbara Zseleczky GRO .
ARGICULTURE Paula Keatley Florida Student Party V:<$ ,

Kn Ay.rs Action :, .. .: "
Roy Dietrich '. Independent "I, ',. .,.; 1 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Grassroots J Jeffery Feldman Action .
Mary Ann Joca Reform. Organization n'(GRO) ,
.1;"'''P',1 Brenda Andrews s Action

ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS c' Steven Thl.... Action
Mike Frkttic Action ,' ;, Mark Bousquet Action r
TOWING/ SERVICE Charles Scott Action t',: Lee Swain Action /,' y
Pat Frailer GRO s ;r Stephen C..Abelmon GRO : t: 414 1
Doris Arnold Ii Florida Student Party' .' t.>. to': M1.:> Paul C., Tanner GRO ..' ( '. j'''
Ed Pittman GRO \ '"*" ;:oJli,
Julie E. Schmidt Florida Student
Party
," ,
:1' "
wifb oil & ifiifer f ? \1' ; Patty Emery of GRO i .ts
change
... 'jl Richard Dargan. GRO ,J
ARTS ft SCIENCES ; "i'+(,
S. Fortin Action '; "::, ; Donna Dressier Florida Student Party .
1124 SE 4th $r 3783532 Guy i v t
ss
Joan Edison Action .' ; .,}( : Kim Lawder Florida Student Party
Action "' Lonnle Herzog .. Florida Student Party,
SATISFACTION GUARAHTEE&TOMORROW Gerry Eugene DiFabrizio Way Action '? Rich Zook Florida Student Party .. .

James Cunningham Action Bruce Fletcher Florida Student Party

Nick Lang Action '
Ronae Kel.., Action 2 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Pam Goodrich .. Action
Mike DiMalo Action
YOU David S. Goodman IndependentRick Ted Gollnick Action
Alverez IndependentStuart John Esplnosa Action
Sheres IndependentJohn Johnny Diaz Action
Winer GRO Robin Brown Action
-
CAN STAY AWAY Michael Atlass GRO Billle Ann Koinls Action
Ingrid Anderson GRO Lorence Bielby Independent
Frank Roberts GRO Dole Chemoff Independent
Izzy Perdomo GRO I Jefferson Dubel Independent
FROM THE POLLS Mike Hartzell GRO James' L Mason GRO
Victor Clark .. GRO Marilyn Milks'. GRO
Jean Cameron GRO .:' Ed Knadle Florida Student Party ,
Jon Kaufmann : Florida Student Party !I'', Paul Bowdoln. Florida Student Party
David Layman .. Florida Student Party .. Stephen A. Burton Florida Student Party
F-eter Lundh Florida Student Party Nancy Mioduser Florida Student Party .' .'
IT'LL ONLY COST Juan Bacigalupi Florida Student Party ;J Lawrence Myers Florida Student Party r I
Chad Harvey Florida Student Party : Nathan Robinson Florida Student Party"

Laura VanErien Florida Student Party. '
Rick Folsom Florida Student Party I EDITORS NOTE: The following Is a list of candidates for Honor Court
YOU $7,200.00DOWN ,. Justices. '
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ..
Russell) Divine Action AGRICULTURE
April Keller Action Craig Clifton Action. .: .

( PAYMENT) I Steve Barbara Pappos Molcom. GRO*. Independent .::,l David B. Simmons. Florida Student Party. I !.1,L.Vrf: ,Ate'', '

'\\.it.w. :,}yn
Ivy B. Forren GRO II.' ARCHITECTURE ft FINE ARTS'' .
Rondal Araobrite Florida Stud.nt Party'r: ; Don Erwin Florida Student Party ft:.: .t,,!. t
Robert S. Dhlmos Florida Student Party i' ; : 1 1
"\'' r ," ARTS ft SCIENCES ," Li:' {/ ,
t "
That's what you'll pay either DENTISTRY Steve Johnson Action I.,,'" ,,!yr

+ Jim Eaton, + Dan Lobeck, Michael Sampson Action, "-*. Steve Podros Independent .t t

+ Caleb Grimes, Byron Petersen, EDUCATION ." BUSINISS ADMINISTRATION \' ,;"" ..
,
..
and Sue Connelly..or Alyce Patti Pollmon Action Michelle Dorcey Action 1.\ ,
Carol Breltenbucher ., Action Doug Bowdoin Independent ",ri"c Y r' ..
'McAdam, + + Bubba Huerta Kimberiy Kirk Action' .,, John C. Birch Florida Student Party ',) ',: t r.:"

+ +,Greg Sherman, Ben Ayers M. Denise Leach; Action o ::: .t
Lindgren..Whathappens David Payne. IndependentJohn EDUCATION / i /\ ; .
" andffBob 'A. Mn. .. GRO Delia Bred Action ,0 ( i, I:j.. r

to the rest of your Lauren Clair GRO '.. Betty Jo'Hodge .GRO ",.," .. '40'y: )
student government budget will Karen Lessard. GRO ;'< Tanya Farley Florida Student Party ..'a ;
Wayne Fortuna Florida Student Party ),:/ A' .
be up to:a faction of Florida Blue Rick Hernandez Florida Student Party!, ,,'" I' ENGINEERING !':+ '. ,

Key (Jim Eaton's Greg Sher- Ann Jester Florida Student Party '., ) Chris Wilt Action .' \ '. :i 1!
0 Julie ,Cveticanln Florida Student Party, Ralph Torres GRO ; ..R
' man's) ,William H. Wodsworth Florida Student Party," ; -', .
This year. for the, first time, ama ENGINEERING ,'I I:' ;. ; ': 'i+ ,
James Blackmon Action FORESTRY '" c/: .:. : "Ii j
or third party has emerged. Josh Rodsteln Action \. .
; Unda Gollwitzer! Florida Student Party :, Ji
: ;
GRASSROOTS REFORM. It's Barry FeigenbaumIndependent ,:, ,. 1 i
Alex Valdes GRO : '. JOURNALISM
candidates have all signed Bill Rodriguez GRO' ; Susan Wright Action ,.,:... ))1.1'ii"; ,

legally binding affidavits NOT Bill'Holt" Florida,Student Party .',.', ::t ,r''r Michael Bast. GRO '.' ..
Don't Jay Maisler Florida Student' Party YM; r" Robert Qulnn Florida Student Party 1. ; 11'\:
'
TO ACCEPT SALARIES. ,- : #
"
take our word for it. Ask the clerkof fORESTRY ,' ''i",* I LAW ; ;'r: >.>' .;,
Wallace Uppincott Action ; Charles R. Steinberg Action :
Circuit ,
the Alachua.. County Edwin Crenelle ,Florida Student Party, ::*,, ";'': .. Tom Sired GRO ; J"' "h,"
Court. Ted. Madson. Florida Student Party '. J. ""P* '.,4 :
JOURNALISM "'" '**.'I:" ..
:..
:
: ,.
:1; "t4
Alan Stone Action NURSING .
.. .- :4tklm ;
Carol Henry Action j Barbara Balfe Action :
Roberta Clelond .. GRO Kellor Florida Student Party .. f: : -./.\ :

candidates in Blue John T. Ules GRO ..; : .. .
Action ::; .
+total Ruthle Wolnsteln .. Florida Student Party ,'" '. PHARMACY : :
Key.3 Andrea S. Voss Florida Student Party ',. r. Mike Macleay Florida Student Party ,"* ; '

Student Party t ',
+,+total Florida LAW fHUSICAL EDUCATION I'' ," 'I

in Blue Key-3 Mike Norvell Action Barry Fasold .. Action
Roy,Van Andrew. GRO' .
",
Y'i Jim Sawyer ,Florida Student Party: : :,;:TMEDtONI ". I -\ 1 UNIVERSITY COUNOl .
"
Edward Wotiteky Action ;'\:
i .. Linda Slmonson Action : rM:
% Lucy J. Q. Norman GRO ,

.. .. i wv< ,-4 'HUM,.; f rl.1< N ,I ? \JeHery.J. t
f'" ... ,. Stephen Lottenberg GRO '\ i > t Alison,Price r _Florida Student Party' / ,yi} '

,
N
: NURSING t UNivnsrrr COUNCIL
.:" Laura Fisher Action Pam Goldenberg Action ..
Lynda Grosmick GRO Peter Tlbma Action '
'
Keeva SegolIndependent : .
Paid Pol. Ad. Ilene Young Campaign Tr os. PHARMACY Barbara Masters Florida Student Party ... s1kR91iahs .

r'r, ..,.............,.Ar..Tt..T ......f. ;.dQ n. ., l"J -. r.a t 'A,',S nIi\.t. ,.,.t.JI.f'.. ":(. I.' !iI'J'.t .:IJ:",'. 'r : f.JhrM .Student !:!"'tt'rn.: ............i cATh.lnd.p.nd.ntFlorldo .



i



w .
_




i Poge 10 The Independent florido Alligator,Tv.IdoyAprfl IS WS EDITOR J I\IJ

e : '" "

I /! Eaton Lobeck best choice this y d'r.t: ,; ':: .


All in all, it's been a pretty low key campaign.The body influential for shaping much of UF's areas as libraries, graduate fellowships and
1975 Student Body presidential elections academic policy students should have more of an academic fellowships.The .
may go down in UF history as one conducted witha imput than just floor privileges.One Alligators civil suit against UF to open
minimum of fanfare, mud slinging, and most of the main problems with the office of secret Honor Court 'hearings of students accusedof
notably, a minimum of pie-in-the-sky promises. student body vice president is a recurring tendencyto cheating has often put us at odds with present
None of the candidates have suggested any such sink into anonymity (Does anybody remember Honor Court Chief Defense Counsel Byron
grandiose schemes as a modern tram system on Laurie Caldwell?). It seems that office has never Peterson, yet we recommend,' Peterson without
campus, or a free WATS line for student long been used to' its fullest potential.We hesitation for the office of Honor Court Chan-
distance calls. believe Dan Lobeck will be able to fully cellor.
The absence of the customary high pressure sell exploit that potential. As secretary for consumer Peterson has at all times ,during the recent
may be partly because of new election laws that affairs,. he has already proved a tireless worker for cheating scandal conducted himself in the best
toughened up on campaign practices, but we student consumer rights. interests of the accused students he has been
believe the more subdued atmosphere is a result of His office has compiled a student consumer charged with defending. .
more than just new laws. guide to Gainesville business practices, and As one of the key figures throughout the Honor
This year the candidates seem to realize that Lobeck has already had considerable experience Court investigation Peterson has firsthand
UF, and the rest of the State University System, is dealing with the regents. knowledge of the built-in weakness of the present
in for some hard times, and that the students are For Student Body Treasurer we recommend Honor Court system and is the best candidate to
bound to be the ones to suffer the most for it. GRO candidate Tony Lombardy. Lombardy has initiate Honor Court reforms. Taking issue with
The system will face cutbacks in teaching already been active in Tallahassee and has many of the recommendations of the Honor Court
positions and course eliminations, as well as managed to secure the cooperation of Rep. Lee Task Force, Peterson is committed to the conceptof
reduced fellowships, student assistantships and Moffit in amending a bill sponsored by Moffit to students judging students. '
grantsinaid.This divide the Activity and Service Fees into two funds, We have decided not to endorse a condidate for
will inevitably result in more crowded one to be controlled by the university presidentsand Traffic Court Chancellor, finding nothing ex-
classrooms and a lowering of the quality of higher one ,by Student Government. ceptional in the qualifications of any of the four
education. While we don't agree that the bill is a good ideaat candidates to recommend one over the other.
And as if to add insult to injury, the Board of least Lombardy's amendment would soften the While we must thank the members of Family
Regents is committed to raising student tuition blow if it is a passed. party for providing an element of comic relief to
next year so they will be paying more for less. Lombardy's idea is to give students the option of this years campaign,we nevertheless reaffirm our
Clearly the biggest battles this year will be channeling 20 per cent of their activity and service belief that this is a year for responsible qualified
fought not at UF, but i in Tallahassee. Clearly whatwe fees into a general education fund to go into such leadership.
need now are not grand schemes for bringingLed
Zepplin to UF, but able leaders to take the -
,' ,
student fight to the state legislature and the _____ _: 1 ''I ..
-
regents.We .
TT
believe Jim Eaton and Dan Lobeck, Action
party candidates for president and vice presidentare
those leaders.As .
a student senator last year, Eaton seemed to
be behind every constructive piece of legislationthat \
came out of the Student Senate. As Presidentof \
the enate, member of the Activity and Service
Fee Advisory Committee the University Ad- -
ministrative Council and other bodies, he has .
shown a willingness to work for what he believesin. ; : '
/ \

But it's not just because of his past record thatwe
feel secure in endorsing Eaton.. We also like his
plans for the future.

The key to making an impact on .a vote-
conscious state legislature is a show of student
strength. We believe Eaton is capable of gatheringthat r
kind of student support into a coordinated
lobbying effort against tuition_ hikes and in '
support of student oriented legislation such as a
student member on the regents.. Eaton has : .
promised a concerted recruitment campaign to I'
mount a lobbying effort. We think he can deliver. i
Another part of Eaton's platform has broughour t. '
attention to a problem that has been given
little consideration thus far, the question of
student participation and input into future faculty

collective bargaining. .
Eaton has pointed out that whatever the resultsof

such bargaining, it is sure to effect students, yet' Ron
Cunningham David KleinManaging
students the will be excluded from making any impacton The Independent Editor-ln-Chlef Editor
process. :
Another Eaton idea we like is a drive to secure Florida Alligatorilll George. Kochanlec Jr. Donna Brugman
Photo Editor
Editor
student voting rights in the University Senate. As.a Layout
< Uwteticalt '
,
.
Midi Keimon '
Jody Carlin
LETTERS POLICY EP News Editor layout Editor
Letters must:

Be typed signed/ double-spaced. and not exceed RA.'Tony* Kendzlor. ... .. .. .. ....' .......,:. ..,...... -
!
300 words.Not James V.Cook . ., .. .., .. General Manager .
,,........ ..,..,..,..Assistant '
be signed with a pseudonym. I Mrs. Evelyn Best .:. .., ../,.,,,t .,...,.. .,."%,. ...,. .... General Manager Published' by
writers.Have addresses. and, telephone'_ ,"""numbers, of, ; Anne Malphun .., .. ... .. .''f.Y.........1/i....".to P.r.< .Administrative. ......, .Bookkeeper Assistant (a11111N/i'.flllllllllfll/. 11". 'I'"'
,. 't' CRo/Shpp! r; ". ,x.,"c.i..f.r. ..,,V..i'X..k: ....... .....
Names will be withheld only if writer shows justcause. ,Tom MocNamaro .:.....-... ..":(fl '......"... .Bulln..Manager. '
H. 'J'fl.> ., .. ...,.. ..., P.O Be 13266 University
Th.editor reserves the edit McGee Jr. .. . .. .. .. Accountant
right. to all/ letters for Roy .. ., ...to... .... ,... Station.Gainesville. Florida with
space. Donna Lubrano (" ..... .. .. ... .,.... .... ."..... .,...". Advertising/, Manager, ,;offices behind the.College Inn
Writers may submit tong.r essays, columns or letters hey Harper .... .. ... .... .,. .I.". .. .. .,r... Advertising/ Coordinator I7M West'University Avenue.
to be considered/ for use as "Speaking Out" columns. Lynda Homier ',' .,. ... ...,",';..F.,.to,.,,... ,, ; Special Sections Coordinator Business OKke phone: 376-4446,
Any writer Interested in submitting a regular column Is Lynn Sokler... ..1.. ... .. .. ...... .... ......Advertising... / Production Manager Editorial Department: 3764451.Advertising .
asked to contact the editor and.be prepared. fQ show'.. r Jirn EspQsito ; .,.. .. .... ., .... ..". ". '."... .,,'.., ...Editorial Production,Manager and .Production
samples' of his work .'." ':, v '.t.-1:*. J. CUnde Martin. .. .. to. ... .'". ". .... ,. ."..I.....Circulation- Editorial. *Production Classified Manager Departments: 376444Xi '
Manager
...L !:..J
.



Tti. Independent Florida Alligator,Twotday, April 15, If 75, Pago 11
..

How about positive

.
5.000 DEAD 'I
reward incentives ?


",EDITOR The lack of logic to be found in scholarship or grant to be used during
the state of Florida is truly amazing. In a summer quarter only, thereby allowing only
supposed institution of higher learning, is those students who are enrolled for the
I there not even any knowledge of the most summer eligibility for it? Surely something
fundamental educational concepts? along these lines would be more feasible than
'..fthe Board of Regents wish to increase the restrictions or financial penalities based

enrollment for the summer quarter,. why not entirely on the negative..
create a positive reward incentive for doing so Even those of us who aren't majoring in
rather a penalty (or as it was so imaginativelytermed elementary education are aware that positive
in Wednesday's article, a de-incentive) reinforcement is the best motivator One
for NOT doing it. Instead of racking their would like to hope that our own regents who
brains for penalties can't these (presumably) connrol OUR education, had learned to
intelligent folk put that same energy to use ina recognize this also.
more constructive, manner?
HOW ABOUT SETTING aside a certain Catherine L.DeWitt
..


I. Reaction to Harris !;,



EDITORS 1 think a few words need to be Government's experiment last quarter when
said concerning the visit of Regent Marshall they had Frank Mankiewicz on campus to
Harris to this University Wednesday. It's too teach a Journalism class and all I can say is --"
bad that Harris considers his job to be a that it was a total waste of time. ..

stepping stone to bigger and better positionsin Mankiewicz commuted to Gainesville from .
the state legislature, and it's also too bad Washington D.C., and if you wanted to get in ..o.- .
that he seeks to make his imbecilic views part touch with him other than during a class time
of state policy. you could if you wanted to invest a sub
He can't understand why there are so many stantial sum of money in long distance phone
t students in the College of Journalism, huh? charges. Mankiewicz: was hustled off to speakin
( Well, maybe it's because the college offers other places as the clock struck 9 P.M.. and
l programs in advertising, broadcasting, news he was notorious for not keeping his ap
I editorial, public relations, technical com- pointments with students. I considered the
I. munications, public: relations in criminal class 'a complete waste of the $39 I paid to
justice.. and specialized programs in, take it, and if Harris thinks I would have been
''. agricultural. journalism, journalism for willing to pay "50 per' cent more" for that
\ teachers television for teachers, Latin class, he would have been sadly mistaken.Go .
American studies, urban affairs reporting back to the legislature Mr. Harris. The
photojournalism, and environmental studies regents have enough trouble as it is they \
?eo .
Y JOY. o.T ,
&f OTW2 RsA J'RIIJQ! MT SUJIPIA tJO WAI *MMO
VU .dux I
not just journalism. (and we, the students) don't need you. i .% :xo INJW
As far as his idea of having "name"
teachers at higher prices to teach classes, that Ms. Wendie Feinberg
I is an incredible joke. I was part of Student 4JM Greetings from Ohio I


I Perplexed by Donerly EDITOR As Almighty life.Love you will share in our joys and
GOD, I greet you. will endure though sorrows.
Over the past 10 years, the ages will crumble into dust! It
O*.., EDITOR I am somewhat According to the May 20 out of the surrounding response to our letters have will shine through a lovely THANK YOU FOR
*'.'. .perplexed after.reading Brian 1973 Miami Herald Mike bushes" though he DID been sparse. I am over sunset and make the heart listening to my lament. Now.
Donerly's "guest column" Carr in 1972 was a Committeeto manage to defend J. Edgar whelmed by your punitive grown warm with its gentle 1 must close this blessed letter
April 8 regarding the Scott Reelect the President Hoover(the man who directedall attitudes. But love can strength.My which I have dictated to you
Camil-Drug Enforcement (CREEP) agent getting paidto those FBI agents) in May conquer fear and you will son and I will always go through my blessed son who
Administration hassle. spy upon the VVAW. A 1972 quite a "libertarian" dwell in my household forward, with a prayer in our wrote down my very sacred
Brian admitting living Jack Anderson column 'of gesture.Or forever. hearts, hoping to make a words. Though my holy nameis
"diagonally across the street June I 11,1973 stated that Carr as the French say "Plusca LOVE CAN GO ON for world care. We will not be never written on paper my
from. Camll in 1971 in a had allowed FBI agents to use change. plus c'est la meme ages without deterioration. It cast aside in the depths son 'will sign this Letter to
I rooming house.:" Actually, YAF headquarters at 805 E. chose. ( The more things will grown stronger as it forever._Tpmorrow will always bring joy to your heart.
this "rooming house" at 805 University in order to spy change, the more things endures. Love )js not an item, bring joy and gladness where
East University Avenue was upon the VV A W; Brian remain the same ) that can be cast aside but put gloom dwelt today We will
the headquarters for Young Donerly as YAF secretary, totrial; in everday lives. My Keep in step with yesteryear.as Eugene Changey
Americans for Freedom had been living at 805 E. David Miller son and I live through,'such a': 'we go on.. with the prayer that :!' ., r,.*Maple Heights, Ohio
(YAF), of' which Brian was University at those points in 7ED I.. y.. ,.., '. .K i'i't' s...:
J c
secretary.. time.
f"AS?.EARLY AS summer, Moreover, as recently as .
s." ;;.-MI I IW
197fi Fred Vollrath former tall 1972 AFTER Brain ..wsrMCtor.sr + ..
", YAF publicity director and left YAF and became a %O T .
'1*:'t:*& former resident of the "libertarian" Fun

"rooming house, at 805 E. damental Freedom Party, a .I. ....... 'd q rJ/fffl/ :
;: :,. University) told 'me YAF was YAF offshoot (both groups .
planning to move into a house have the same faculty adviser .
across from 'the Vietnam ), held its meeting at 805E. .. I" r. eno D (
Veterans Against the War University, with Brian .
(IVVAW). Once this hap- being in charge, according to

.. tpened.. .* in, September. 1971. the"What's Happen irg"
the YAF and VVAW played al.f section of The Alligator. n ,

...:t. ,1 charity] football game. Daring all this time about Brian 4, '
," arranged by Scott Camil andY never wrote a column
AF Chairman Mike Carr. "shooing government agents. '

.' .. '
I' 4 ,The IndependentFlorida !
'
'I s
.
*' : ,
.t Ij': Alligator '
s
,
%
0r
Shoila Oropor Cory Bolanoff
:<' '} En"rfQlnme"Editor Nsouo'. Ed.rorht
1. I. .. *
... 'II." : "

J.h; Doug Hatch ;
'
i d'
J. Wire Editor I ,
Gt., Forre' Tom ShrodcrAwt .
$pans fd'tor, N.wt Editor.. .. .. 'I .. ,'. 't"ii: y r.'Vt' i1"r'Ib\II/4I: ''' ;/ /'.. .ft. hH.. .. '-.. .. 'f'. :.
.. ; .
". I' ". :.. ,... .............. .... ........ .... ....... .., !( .- -/V. JJ n fTU/V, .. .t
'. ', "' .................... ..... ........ .. ...................



..' r..?. ,... .. '"a_'''r.,:,.; :;.eRin"::r.rII...::.:).,".,.' -'..- .. _.__ ._.. ." .. ., .. .._ ___. _


)' .

.. ... ., .,, ,.,... .. .
'taoIt,1MI, .lnd..q.nd.Mllodd./lllr.. <.. .. / |.*.,.T T..ApttI. If,I97S. ( \ '; I ; \ "pAID AD Vet T 11te1n""..pMd.nl... t.fUHdo. ...AUlfcrtor./ T Tu,,"d l.r.April I 1 I", ,t7..*.r np 'IJ


.
.
.' .. "' ,' '" : "
; iii .f; h : '
,.., i1I

.
..,. \ '. '.. ,"
.
.. : .1'
l'' c'I.r. / '"\\" u: 6/f1'6'I/+' '.,..: ''I r. DON'T TAKE" .; :''ii... 1 .. .' i \
WHY T YOU U SOMETIME.JAND "
.
.
.\. ,.; :"':' ';...;\,.'11..'....:"". /. .'"." ;,::1!.;,""",,'"\' "I',''.:'"...".:I IIjI.S."t w..J. / V, :' ... .:. ':\\-r'I.'!. ,!.t': ...f.",,,,':" .. \

,
'. I I.,.i<.l Y" ", ; .,r .l('."f:','1 ''t1frl':: r)1.M1;, ';.' .
: .r r.. ,, oj t ,. !i":', ,: .. : "
: "
: : ;,'
?
: j.. . :, .: : ,
f;: dt ;o> ,I J -, ..' '# 1\, ;: ,:,) : t firs ': .. > A",":.\* ,:.
'" / ; .:: Xf'V ,-..:,..'.
T :it ;;ci; : :
: :
;) ; .. ,.'" >' :':> ".-
,,'. .b b : ',v: ., .t.' "'i .,'..."tr .. '.,. '.. ..,'-?"-.V1- 'fV"V" ,?'"
,' r :, ., : ; ,.
.
: ; .
"
; u:1j\\
> :'j 'r. ,: : :: : j. *: ''
:;. :. :, ,. ., .. .. .
'
J'' :, ,I'! t ":: InIW; : ;" c #iII..J> *!o.'

: : : .',;: ,: < .' :: .; : .:Si ; -" i-V-: .'
I
: :
&, ;, ;: : :: .
'. .", '. ;,... .,' '. Ai .. ..:, I ':j ,. ,
., I .' ;:/ ( : ,:: .
,
:
i'. ,to.,'!1. ,'.".., ,;'\" I.jI''".1;;;;, 1.'.f.. '' "' .1!,,,,, : ,'::1 '' ., ',' ; ','; '. ','" ,'/tJ't," ,." 1>"" ...'. .
n,: ,;...... ; I' (.f"" { .!'", ,J .,," \ "1' /... :. ) . .. '",
,! ......-","."'", ,,'.'..,..,. '11 I J k I"" :" I)"'" .'',,> ,I ,'\\r". \: "'"J'' '':"'"".,,,, : / "tI. .. o,1 ; "11''I"\ 'I"''.
:
:; 1'1' 11 11""
..: ,: { ., :.j' "':I '.. -Ial!Iti" 1'1";:. ":; :.ltAir.t ;: ;! ":-: -:.',;jII." p'' .., .: .
': .. '.: ..,'.: : \\f.; ':..tt';;;111"," ,;* :''f I;;I": "' l...jI'!(: l,., A >It..l,. ; :, ',,11''.',-. ).'

::' : ; tij ': ', r< i,1ii t ;: :.. '!; '' ;,':.' :': : ;tr ,, : / :I:,).
:
:
: ,
: .
: 4' ,
:: A Ani .
''i t' ,. .;;:I <, : ,.. ,, '. .
":+t'I"I'I{', I.. 1,,r.j I 0 J-";' : ...r"'f"" ... ''I ,: .) ,..,''l''" : ... .'
:''I ,I..'..'', ,."r"''.',' ? 'J
.
5! : : i ,'., '(:)." ,:: :! ':" ; ''I"" ':!,> : '' ':" ;,:;.;; ''It jJ<. ''Ii{, '4i";"; ;. if. r I'' .1 ., : ,
r 1i I.
: p : {
1f ; ; ,, ; ?: "
'
'ti,:. .' .";,:. ,:,,.'',j';''1'1' '.!.;},.:;"Ifi'\;(..hli"I:'" I.,;, ,,'' I .,,I. It':....'..',\'.t&'1'm': "1"t.. :''r.t.1r:''"J'1, ,' J ''i'"': '. .t ;7".,,' .' ..,r".o/\/\ ,t'' i.,, ;'. ).+ ""i".j


I:"

j ,.'y,, : to
i yiw4 yp;7.i.. / '
y N'e'' 1, .,. J.'' !
$ p f *
rN' J4
.1 N
.
W. ?fr' r U; '
'G


'' Ht V1V1
'
'p -
f f'p

,;,.,\!' ',J!"..' ,. I, 1,,' .'1'' .. """"Ii,. .ltti 'll'
.j,,'' i-t.,'.;: 1"r1,":',:..'"'. :." '.'"1" '. 0 I. .... I .,t'jJ.' .''J ''i"t '
t: Ii'/i/:... ..."' ':)'.' .' ,,,<, :" ;
I. ; .
... .
:
/' J
.. ,




,, {I IN THE STUDENT GO'ELECTION ,:::' .:;w ;:, ,r'r'I ,





\ 6PM : ;t'"
& TOMORROW;8 -_ :
.
( 'I ,,, .
.. .. ,. ,,
'
-
'" '
.. l'' II'. ,' :.' ." .::v .,H-:' t. ..1 '.: '" '. ;;. '!"

'" : : ;, : '
: Polling Places- .- ,'
;:
.J, .
"
;;\ "

: ""It hurt '::''i'?'::\ :' 0 .' J C College t t : Arts and Sciences ".;> ..':\

cant >I ;. ; University :.;,; .' If,; .Law .... "', I!

T Hume J : Law Center (rear) Graduate d LibraryAgriculture b \\fr} < :


and d.it,' might' h t h '.' : ,. .' ,.' ',' 1 .;;,, .'\\j ,. ;<' <,-i.:;; ',i;,."..,\\'t'ik".''. ,'." .
help1'r' '
,
.'.:'A41Y'. '" .' ?I'r.; ." ,.::'! ',"';.,"'' :.," Education '..:,|'"{I1::.|I.':,)"|:,','l.. ;_ I ':p". .';. ',' ;'Ior'. .,".,, ''If", ..- '\0'1 .1 '1 1I

( : : & ,; :: '
/. < '.. Tolbert : ':i I ; ::11If :1--'
,
/ '' .t! "r: ,,W ,'... ;i'7.;! : .: ,, I* '
I' 1\ .
; '
:; .
\ .
,. '" "
ii' < -
,1
MurphreeJennfngs r h r ", ... \ .!i -. '..k .j'> ,
Please b bring r cur rent t f fee card d student d ID :.( ., < !> "%),;;" ." ;' ;, ." (
,
>
,; ,, ; : r ,",4 : ""i ;i., ,:> Engineering ? Forestry 4 4additional I t' v" .. ,. :" ,,
1r"; ", '..rlttf; ... / \:' :',:'I""
and d one I I piece of f .1 identification. '; ;j \, .. y on'r' ;: Weil : ** Rolfs If. s .;' ;;:;4' ,



.rl'!' ,-.t:,:. ,,; : Broward B Lc|bby ''),' .1' Larson-Benton Health Related Professions '.::


:': Carlton r Au'' IitOrjum' .. :, Education Medical School ,
"
... I ,, ,.*fr-.. Physical 7
STUDENT T 2 :.!,, : ;, <
GOVERNMENTWEEKLY ] Nursing i :"
1 Journalism ; Florida GymArchitectureFine r,:" '

.,.... ) Pharmacy ,
Stadium .
",,,,, '" ; Arts <'
... .... 1\ t.. .
'. ( ..... Dentls.itrv '1>. \\t \. ... ,'"
VD'A1'P'' W" \
'At''
..
r\ .
\ : A. Ad 'Walkway'/ ) ff. .. ... l.
Vlr ; -
A. ( .
r : Business ninisJration AFA -
.
; .
I SG Officeo/Commi/n/caf/ons/ 0"" .', ... ""j' '\f,:t; ;.;, ."'. all vote at the h" Med. Center -(L'

i / / / i?:,:" .. ;. Matherly fl*


,305 J. Wayne Reitz... Union.,3.92-326 J 0' 7., ..' ,',
:
'. o. ''t"
// : '
ADVERT IM EIT.' ,- .r> '
PAID T '.b...i.t'''. ",f.. .,''.' ,. r f.

t ,, ., I .
r.4: 1 I;.Nt::! uwW' t!

.... ..
--- "
.' : ,;I.: ..oiJ tjjj'';;' !iI: ,''I;;.,,:: '.



.....




wwI1M.!
_ Fog 14,1h. lnd.pndnt florido Alligator TutKJay April IS, 1t7S M'
1 f" I ,
Fr/edan/ M 1 W



(From page one) Her three children more ut :less
accept her feminist activities she "
I
research for her book "The Feminine said. Her daughter, a sophomore at ':
Mystique." Radcliffe College is a biochemistry "

"I thought I was crazy when I read major ,a non-traditional] professionfor .
p' c a S
the responses to my college's fifteen. women.
year survey," she said. "The women Wearing jewelry symbolizing the
replied they were dissatisfied with equality of women and the emblem of p y
their roles and wished they had goneon International Women's Year Friedan # 6 e F YI stfi V t
with their career plans instead of explained the women's movement 4
marrying and having children." would not in any way tear apart the
Friedan said "When women read family unit, an argument of ERA
the book they realized they weren'tthe opponents.
only ones that didn't have an "ERA makes marriages equal"
orgasm when they washed the kitchen she said. A woman will be happier in
floor." her marriage if her whole identity is
This was the first stage in the not based on her relationship with a
women's movement, Friedan said. man.

"Once women had a massive Friedan blasted the Catholic priest __m --' ,_. -.-.-..-
change in consciousness a political that denied communion to San photo by rick ros.n
movement began changing oppressive Diego, Cal., NOW members becauseof ALAN ALDA AND REP.GWEN CHERRY

institutions. the organization's proabortionstand. ", : .' ERA has it's share of famous backers .
"Society was structured against us. .
We walked as freaks in a man's "NOW thinks women should have
world" she said.Dismissing the right to choose what to do with
the ERA opponents' their lives," she said.
.e arguments as "phoney and silly" "Catholic nuns that are membersof Easier Honor Court rules
Friedan urged women to begin NOW,may not agree with abortionas
confronting the conditions in their one of the choices but they do
own professions."The support the woman's right to make
women's movement is the the choice." will be introduced tonight
tint sign of a sex-role revolution" The audience cheered when
which will allow men to shed their Friedan blamed the bra-burning -w-
forced aggressive image as it allows image of the woman's libber on the A bill introducing new "simplified" Honor Court Merryday said "1 think this change will probablyget
women to assume positions of powerin media."I rules of procedure will be introduced at tonight's the best people to serve. A lot of people serve now
society." can guarantee you no woman Student Senate meeting according to Student Body who don't want to. This way only those interested and
"We're moving from making the ever burned her bra," she said. "The President Steve Merryday.The those who have the time to run for office will serve.
coffee to making the policy," she said. image of the bra-burner was a proposal would have Honor Court proceedingsrun MERRYDAY' who drafted most of the bill, said;
Friedan admitted she has not beenas figment of the media and they treatedit by administrative rules rather than by,rules of "My idea is to simplify proceedings by replacing legal
active in he women's movement as as a joke so it wouldn't spread too civil or criminal procedure as they currently are. techniques with more informal ones."

she was in the 60's, but still has a much." ONE MAJOR CHANGE the bill would make is "I'm trying to save time, and make it
conceded the first only justices of the Honor Court to paper
strong commitment to it. Friedan allowing comprisethe understandable for the students involved," Merrydaysaid.
"I have not been active in the day- feminists "took too literal a six member jury. .
to-day working of the organizationNOW blueprint" from other revolutions, Presently jurors are selected randomly from the'
( ), but 1 still speak at collegesand but drew support when the revolutionwas student body.There is an elected Honor Court Justice The bill in its final form must pass two readings in
make, appearances," she said. transformed into political terms."GRASSROOTS" from each college in UF. the senate before it will become law.



I, WONTTAKE The. Lon branch Saloon Presents.



ANY SALARIES. 11 $vh'er' g..

'fi ', '_ t : ', ,.
.

Not even one single dime, ._ #,
--
Don't think of GRASSROOTS ; '
you a pound 711' n

Is worth one ounce of your ,time? 'fw' *"

.
I: .

Come to GRASSROOTS Country '..'
i. *-


Where every student counts x ,. *


fl- \p 1 ( \ 'i; ...
.' '. *
.
"GRO with GRASSROOT GRASSROOTS .


Vote on Wed., April th ,; ; \ ,, '\ \ *
'

:' *" ,1N' : .\- *
No platitudes just hard work s ; ,' 4.AND.-.- .. :.


We all know what needs to be, done .., > I HIS;PIECE BAND BAND:
"I .
'
((and who hasn't done if.'FLORIDA" : .
Synthesiser
Piano. Vibes
Congas, Drums ,
STUDENT PARTY WHO NEVER MA'DEANM ,;
Electric Piano & Flute.
f "IMPACT" and the ACTION FACTION H 1

> WHO USED TO POSE "FRIENDS", )., WEDNESDAY&'THORS'DAY APRIL 16 & 17
'
',( ,
.,(,. '''. '. .2 SHOWS NIGHTLY' 8. & 10PMTickets$3.Q0

; f ; ._
.." ( =
; 'Only '
GRASSROOTS 175 per show : I
.'
Available at Roc Records
Paid Political i AdPaid and Rebel Discountf.J&L.3772702

for by GRO
.

..''-....;' .'A'.Ilene' Young> ...('....,.......).......f..f1... ., .,... '.'l... "}-" ";'.. .,'.-. ., G ; ; : JorMore.f )Monition
...... \ _. .. ,. ... ,./.. ,... .......... .. M ;.
: J.I! \. .'+ ..I.It.....J ...,.,.. /I'.I.f: .. |. ....... .. ..... .. . .. ............. ..... ..

-ft



!


,.
Th.lndfXMidnt Hortdo Alligator1,Twtday,April 11177 $
Fans! I Trans portation subcommitteeto

SPECIAL SALE ON RACQUETS,

BALLS.tr SHOES votes recommend decal hike
I
WOOD RACQUETS BY JAGUAR:

FALCONS BLACK KNIGHTS
$6.50 $7.50 andn ,o-name reserve parking


KING ALUMANUM $14.95 By DEBBIE ERICKSON parking spaces. Wattleworth said. .
Alligator Staff Writer There will also be a recommendation to sell decals to 130
JAGUAR METAL$14.95 per cent of the parking space capacity.:
A sub-committee of the Parking and Transportation GARY KOEPKE, university physical plant consultant
ma RacquetbaH Shoes Committee voted Monday to recommend all reserve parking proposed an amendment to eliminate all resident parking: in
-CLOSEOUT spaces, with individual names on them be eliminated next the Murphree and Rawfings Broward and Jennings areas.
$15.00 year. Koepke said this would Cleat 539 new parking spaces for,
iMCO BaHs- or black J.A. Wattleworth, sub-committee chairman, said the faculty parking.Bob .
green recommendations will be presented to the Parking and Llndgren, student representative on the parking and
$11.00 dozen Transportation Committee and then to the University Senate. transportation committee,said if the amendment was passed
THE SUB-COMMITTEE will also recommend price hikes '"we would be taking away the spaces of the consumers of the
located Upstairs At for all parking decals except for the commuter lot. Area one university."
[
decals will be raised to$60 and all reserve areas and residentarea
The amendment failed.
11 W. University Ave. decals will be raised to $30. Commuter lot decals willl
I remain at there present $12. The sub-committee will be meeting at 1:30: p.m.'Tliursday
376-7423 I The sub-committee is making,recommendations to solve in room 342 in Weil Hall to discuss decal distribution according
_the problem of faculty members spending a long time to find to academic rank.WOULD .
.........."
I \ \\"I. /

I YOU LIKE '

c TO BE IN A PARADE?
;h7I
/ d : see personal classified *
I
,: : for information 5
>,' ,

f, IHC DORM WEEK

..',,t
',(; /'.....................,\ "
.
Y M

17 r$ Yf'tt THE CORNERDRUG

R

STORE
EATON LOBECK

PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT line
24-hour

because you: 3'731583s' ;':


deserve the best.
the SUMMER


The problems we face are place SPECIAL


big ones They won't disappear by

themsleves. Jim Eaton and Dan Lobeck per month

RESERVE FOR SUMMERBEFORE
know, this. They're dedicated .
,,,','' MAY 1st
.
students who believe somethingcan : AND SAVE.

AFTER APRIL 30th

and must be done. They offer bold, I

ambitious proposals because that's per m o n h

only 25 yards from campus
what the problems demand. We need individual bedrooms

furnished dishwasher
words we needjfTIOPfi
than
more shag carpeting,

:: '." .: A.so/ takinq fall reservations m vtrpiMio \
l -I. I roommates needed torSprinq
'., i
">i. ,

t,:,...9".,. .... ':.' '. I f Quarter
: ,,:';" the place
,,
.. r..I oj
,
f iJII'l !I" ,
'"-
-....';..t 'make'It happen L231 S.W. 3rd Ave.
I
';. Pd.;Pol.Ad.by Ken HorrisorvCompoign> .Treasurer ':',6r''t,) 3723557Racquetball



".\
'



1"' :


rooe 14. Hi. Independent Florido Alligator.Tuesday.. April 111975 ..........:..-. _




I GATOR CLASSIFIEDS




,

:
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE ,FOR RENTstudious

I, Wedding Bonds, t Engagement Rings. 73 kowosokl 250 dirt ft street bike Surfboard 7' 6'* lightning Bolt by jerry responsible fe mol roommate -
i Traditional or Contemporary designs of equipped only 2300 miles fontostlc Lopez Excellent Shape $65.00 Call after wont own room In university
your choice Handmade for Individuals condition best offer call phyllls 377-7854, IS pm 378-1289 ((0-31-113) garden 702.215 $70+1-3 utilities call
who want the best. Original work by (o-4MUp" ) Bicycle 24" Mens 1 15 speed Campy Derailall cathy or howord at 376-6720 (b-5t-l I 10-
South's leading Artists /Master Gold FOR SALE: Gibson, les !paul, beautiful alloy end shifters, Very light $165 373- Pj) II /
Smith end lopldist. UnconditlonolGuoronte. condition with case $375 or best offer. 9707 Keep trying (a..I13.p) Roomote needed to share spacious 2
..
OZ2IE By appointment: only.
Also ouation acoustic guitar brand new BYCYCIE FOR Sale 25 In wltcomb frame bedroom opt 3 blocks from campus
3733894. (o-49t-105p) $325 377-8242 (a..II4.p" ) all campy components! except crank and Prefer serious student Jim 377-!lm (b- 233 W. University Ave
meat saw band sow type and meat ideal investment 15 brakes$300 377.8356 ask for John (a-5t- 31.109'0\> 377.3013
property percent
ground asking for $500.00 }for both call
'H2p)
< will this 3 .
> own to qualified buyer buy
392-6702 from 8 pm to 4pm or 475-1512 -. NEED ROOM TO BREATHE? own room in i
l Idr I'. b home fronces mann realtor Guild F 512 w hard case$600 new Guild
after 6 pm and ask for dove (o-10t-105-I new house on 'i acre Really Rural. No
trend really of gamesville Inc. 377 6666ofler F-50 custom, 72, mint w- hard case $375
) leoie Air-coni Very Quiet 376-5766 (b-
PGarrard hours J78.0441. (In.5t.112.p 1 ) Must Sell 373-3461 (a.51.113.p) ...
Zero 100 baset plckerlng St-MI-p)
1960 render strut $250?old blonde les Sears electronic slide rule Equivalent to
ofiBHDS $130. new 230. coiled tube Strobe light paul custom $450 both with' cose 392- SR-50 except for exponents and mole roomale needed own room ft full
$20. TV light show $15. Stereo pulse 9501 I la.5t.Il2p) hyperbolics. In great shop Call 392. bath ''s utilities 50 per month call 372-
modulator $20 392-7265 (o5t-IQ7-p) '.ERMAN SHEPHERD puppies' : super 950 anytime (o-3t-H3p) 0739 after 5:30: (b-5t.l1l.p)

THURSDAY s 2 bedroom mobile home, expandable how prospects with, ,intelligence <
living room ft bay window must see to 'lemperomvnt plus! must tee to believe. nice quiet opt need a roomale for 52.00
2:04430: 7:04:15THEFRONTPAGE appreciate beautiful !panelling & shag 10 who shots wormed. $150. 376.4719 FOR RENT' month. call or come by Village Pork 50373 -
carpet 372-4237 (a.71.IOS.p)
self defense against assault or mole needed for (mole roommate oak forest luxery opt.
Custom Honda 350: Hog rear end, 8" roommate spring
tope Completly disable omit or more at oak forest 182 for 5875 4 I. utilities available 'immediately -
over with dual lights, I bar, 15,000 quarter apartment! ,
miles, asking $650 or best offer. Coll attackers instantly Girls, if you ore ever $70 + 1.3 utilities call tim at 3729303. 377-5381 Mary or Nikkl', (b-5t- ..r'b
378-0370 oft. 530. (o-10t-108-p) nlone at night you need this device. lb-4t-111-p" I ) M2PJ1) .
''uys, if you have a girl he sure she is
Female
1971 60.12 M.H. front kitchen 2 BR '.ofe when you ore not with" her Send WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR Wanted liberal Responsible To e
living R. Bt R. Awning, auto washing $310 to Sheriff SO, P.O, Box 1622, APARTMENT. Joel Bridges Realtor 404 hare 2 bdrm Trailer 4 mi. w. of town 'in..
machine In a good! safe trailer pork in Gainesville, Flo Unconditional gauron.o5t S.W. 4th avenue, 377-6700. (B5T104ChaJ quiet' country setting $60 per fI\O. 4. stLi
very good condition. 4,350 or best offer ( I12p) ___ )_-_ ulil. Im.edlat.occup.. 377-2565 (b 3t112 -
by owner.Call after 5 PM or before 9 AM BYCYCLE for sole 25 in witcomb frame p)
Cinema I I bdr sublet to June 15 walk to campusheatwater
Monday to Friday (8t-IIQ-pl377-1654
nil campy components except crank and Incl. o-c. pool $128 mo.
1968 mobile home 12x58 air central heat brakes$300 377-8356 ask for John (a.5t- University opts. 1524 nw 4th" ove No. Jar
wall to wall carpet kenmore dryer 2 '12.p) see Gene rm 220 meb anytime (b5t110p Who Is
bedrooms excellent condition $4,000 rShow
block nikon ftn $295 nikkor 205mm )_
400-4:00-8:00-10:00
call 378-0449 (7t-IQ9-p)
$))95, vivitar,35mm $86, nikkor 105mmJI95 ROOMATE WANTED- Shore 2 bed Opt In LeonRedbone
YAMAHA175cc dirtbike, in excellent samigon fisheye. $ 60, sekonc old houlII.$75moot utilities se 2nd
condo Has placed in the gotorbock Call meter $38 or best offers call Mike, 377- ave 4 7th St. call Terry after Spm-377- Times
Cinema 2 Tom after six 378-3472 (a-5t.1 10-p) 4436 o5t-mp) 5537 (student) (b-St-IIO-p) ? u 1o.

real estate WATERFRONT HOMESITE calf 15 gal. fish lank and stand with 'accessories '. bedrooms available in 4 br'house, quiet
|CHINATOWN Nominated !pond: 10 min from city heavily wooded. Including fish for $35 Call studious atmosphere, yard garden ,.
for 11 Academy Awards Only $5950 W.D. Mason Co. Inc. Call Sandy 377-6303 after 5 pm or 392-4183 at woods Near Arbys" Graduate student I
3:307:00:30 377-6789 (o-5t-111-p) work (o-3t.113-p) preferred 373.9610 (b-5t-UI-p)
1975 honda-150 miles only-electric
starter-must sell-save $$ on almost new (JREAT SOUTHED

Cinema 4 'bike 372.4357.$1099.day firm(o-5t-lll-p call art )373-8144 pm .............. VM

Harmon Kordon integrated reel-to-reel 5 Independent Florida AlligatorCLASSIFIED TVIUSIOHALL
ALICE DOESN'T UVE recorder and f f.m. receiver,$200 Two

3:15-5:30-7:45-10:00 HERE ANYMORE Altec sell.372 LanSIng.5535 890c(o5t-lll-p speokers-$200-musl) \ MAIL-IN I 233 W. Univ. Ave.WEL 377-3013

real estate 7 to 16 acres north of city, ( M
high ft rolling large trees: coil Joe
Crawford c-o W.D. Mason ft Co. Inc. 377-
6789 (o5t-1H-p) CLASSIFICATION ; g
ra.a.co I Ii
i t 2:05400.w. 72 Mario Mobile 12x60. AC cent heat for tat.
furnished carpet. Good condition, for rant 5 <
13th STIIET 5:53 7:45 l43T4 hondsome interior, quiet pork, close to .
wantedh.tp
ICULIVAIDMEL8RI campus. 376-5330 (o.5t-l 11-p) 8"I

,Norge air condo 4000 BTU $75.00 B ft W wanted l: JUST BACK FROM THEIR TOUR
TV also for 25.00 AM-FM autos lit
stereo w.good record player parts i. B & W TV personal niTH GREG A L L MAN and READY

console 12300 373-0303 ((0-51-i l3-p) I bst A found a FOR SOME MORE SOUTHERN BLUES.

[ p 9109 HP-35(a-2t Calculator.113-p)NEVER used $100. 378- servkes Ji'I ''SAT. APRIL'9' 8&11PM

$3.50 GEN. ADM.
8x32 mobile home for sole with 8x20 -
cubono oircondltloned, locoted In TicKsrfs Avail at: Rebel Discount (both) Chapter 3 Records A
lynwood pork (behind ml. vernon) I DAB TO RUNs [ Box Off lea ((11-6 Doily)
asking $1000 call 373-2488 eve. (a-3t-

Iltl11. 114-P) ;__ rz day
.
7 2:104(10 Airboot Contenintol 65 HP Trailer VERY days 8

4 w DHISOUIIVMO IMI stun id I| 4:00 7:431:35.. 8860 Sharp (Absolutely o-a-114-p)MUST Selr. $850 373- I 3 days days 10 discount percent - 9I" I

arSt. :.r< stereo-gorrord t-IOO, wood base cod - ABC FLORIDA STATE
i'I THEATRES
days or more
SYLVIA KRISTELEmmanuelle shure m55-$105, voxson amp 70 watts
.!rms-l20, moronti tuner,scope 120 offer 20 percent discount .s esxiettte
me around $300 bruce 373-0951 (o-5t-

Leta yeti Jeel.lirl.d.jo.dseisilosrr 'sutukl 114-p) 500 mini condition got only the I plot This classified form may ads be either used to In a I tr w. t 7:15: 9:10: ALL NEW

best In life 5400 miles custom sissy barrack -
or by molt. 1heI
safety bar helmet best offer over person I.
.)1000 378-6255 ofter 6 (o-5t-H4-p) minimum charge Is $1.25 for THE FOURMOSKETEERS
four lines. For each additional
I
line odd 33 cents. Multiply (the .
I total by the number of days the j
ad I It to run and subtract the ,
discount. The discount Is TECHHICOLOIt PRINTS BY D( IUXI
I applicable only for consecutive -

Insertions. ;.... iI!

THBII AM NO UtTUNDSI I |_| U-II
FLORIDA N
Acceptance of payment wild 8' a '
hairdresser does il belter.
your ..
advertising/ copy does not l: ;;I
PARTY constitute a binding agreement -- won ,

_ the ind.'.d..... ....... __ if
Mfr. publish said copy.
The Independent. FloridaADtgator
warren beally
reserves Se right to 1
ad as sola (judge on the I Julie Christie goldie hawn
suitability of any and all oil; i
vanlslng copy submitted for
publication! and the right to .
edit, revise, delay or reject any lit
THE RULING CLASS I
advertising copy. ;a ..


Ii\\ STARRING Deadline 3.00 p.m. two'-
days prior to starting day. DO

PETER OTOOLE HOT onm n PHONI t! .,

Moll' Ms od with remlHence | || 1-[ t ... a ."
\) (check preferr.dl'to. fvl' ..pMtI | 7:30 ;,t lee grant *|ack warden""


FREE SHOWS o'r ....., Classifieds. lt30'' tonybill
9811 fntm
Culumbks
r l'klursts
:
4 '.0. lax 13244University A 1B
vkstsFtwttreJ
I. StettenGainesville. TODAY! J

r .. .... 33404 [ | || .
AT THERAT :
,
; "" r
,_ J4''p. *> .> 4V- 6 .'? V t + I .- ....eiii. r. ie.1+:iY rL'NI "" yt1"p te4 :is rrte'sft: r. 1L9; Grr t #. '.1


:
r eY



jo


" :








Independent Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April IS, 1975, Page 17




/ CLASSIFIEDS I IFOR






FOR RENTn FOR RENT
RENTroom FOR RENT HELP WANTEDfemale AUTOS

students room for rent by quarter Mellow genii together person shore
ota entrance 3 blocks from campus house OWN rm. NW section, bike 10 to for rent large 12byl5 I private bike Female wonted to share 2 bedroom for one bedroom opt. one block 66 Mercury 428 cu. In. Good Iran
greg rm<6 115\ nw 10 M, 5 to 7 pm campus Fenced bkyd yard pels 0 k You campus nice house prefer studious' l'oler.$50 a month include util located from Tigert. Shore expenses -cheapl! Ipolotlon. $400 Call 377.2528 after 6:00:
rte _weeK (b5tll2p) must, like dogs -t nol smoke tobacco person, no deposit 65 per month 4I I 1-3 I 17, nu west of G'ville. for info call 376- 373-2271 (e3t1Up) (gBtllO-p)
$68rro 4 'I. ulil, Coll Slu' or Susan 378 utility Jorge 378-6576 (b3H14p' ) 4446. ask for Glenda or 472.2870 after Fast accurate typist for part-time office'

BEAD THISIII l! ,u.. .' 6964 (b4t.111\ .pj)_ Only three block from 500: (bfrlllnc\ ) work fill out application at 192 bldg PERSONALlet
campus -
I planning to move anytime "E" (Q4tll4p)
l'IIur' and SEPT. we can rent or AVOID THE FALL HUSH UNIVERSITY APTS, now renting room for rent 68,75' 4- '. utility 1914 NW
ilrt, NOW enl residence for you. Now it the tome to look for that house or for summer quarter. Special summer 4th' ave 378.4869 air cond'toned. (b.5t- us do your spring cleaning for you.
puielyrocost, >377.6992 (b.401. opl for the Summer or loll quarter Coll discount roles: June 16th-Aug. 31 it. One 'U0pjFemale! ) Address and Stuff Envelopes At Home. ro ss. ilene and tony will clean up SG for
todoyit 377.6992 Lb 601 1\2\ bedrooms, $88.month. Two bedrooms $800.00 Month Possble, Age and you no'choge') no strings! vole
2 01 p) JUS 138.month. Pets allowed In roommate to shore furnished location Does Not Matter Offer-Details grassroots reform (Ml IU-p)
,MOOMATE selected apt $6795 per mo. Plus '4 utilities, Send SOc (REFUNDABLE) To: TRIPLE S.
WANTED 2 br Come .
wonted for house in IW duplex $75"mo Opll. in now before It i Viv Happy Birthday Yesterday Sorry this
.
brandywine call offer
roommates own room fenced too late, Air aplj pom 7pm at 699 T4, Hwy. 138 Pinion Hills Co 92372.
1231 Cord .
large yard o-c,quiet completely yard NW 45 Ave Honed Swimming 3778065 (b5l110-p, \ ) is late I love you babe Hope you enjoyed
,lion n,shed $75..mo ho lease call |tohn or starling May I pets welcome (/b 3l, 1 112.1 Pool You can beat the heat but not the (e5t 113p) what I gave you love.Michael. (jIt j-

LIT?.7008 after_9 00 pm 3MI2p: ) ___ prices', Call 376.8990 or come by the Share modern 4 bedrrn townhouse fully t-I 114-p) r
Need a female roommate offce 01 1524 NW 4th Ave weekday equiped washer-dryer etc. April rent rossroots wont take 'any:savloriesl'
own roomin afternoons (b-5t-IU.p) free $72 50-month 4 I.5 util Ph 377- AUTOSFor breadl!
3 bedroom house $83.33 4 I 1.3 ulll I grassroots wont rlpoff your vote gro
1512 NW 2nd S,. 378.2252 Fireplace l 8414 (b5t Map) on.wed opril 16 and do something nice
fenced yard 15 min. from campus bike roommate wonted, own bdrm in 3 bdrm for your head! (|.It.I Up) .
georgetown opt. $65 mof '/ sale 1966 Ford Falcon 6 cylinder
(b5tl3p! ) : toil WANTED
$85 dep. Colt 377.8776 btwn automatic (white) call 373-0506 ask for grassroots reform (10'0)) we aren'tTuning

Redborieedmingto cut-role almost new opt. for 2 (to assure 6 and 8 pm. (b.5t-114-p\ ) Need Desperately Textbook Psych of melissa $150.00 (CgSlllI) haven changed against< out our name own !records we haven! we

occupancy) 2 BR air condt, utilities. I br Personality by Wiggins call 377-8120 (c2tll4ol 1969 fiat spyder 600,00 negotiable must been port of the problem vote grol (|I."-
patio phone $100 month 1708 opt. o-c bath kitchen yard call
SW 43 ) sell good condition In mornings 373-
Ave 376-4396 392.1540 (b.5t.H3p\ ) parking quiet 10 min. from campus 3011 (g.IOt.II1-p) 1Up)_, ._
Gainesville? Move 'm May 1 call before 12 or after 6 1 or 2 serious students to share room In "Soon will the present-day order be
Avail Foil Qt,. 378.2190 (bv114p) bedroom townhouse near med center 1972 1OYO1A CELICA 4 speed,RadIal rolled up and a new one spread out in
1. 5 bdr NWSectBketocamput. furnished dishwasher air-conditioned tires. engine rebuilt Good reliable cor. its stead" Boha I Writings1t114(j -
2. 4 bdr low rent pets OK female roommate own room 3 blocks etc around $70moVt util,lies. Movein 25 30 n'|.>g Must sell $1895' or offer 373 P) .

iUPEft BIKES, Inc.PARTS3776901. 3. $85 Mo Includes utilities, NW seel from school. 67,50 + \/j utilit es In September call sieve or scott after 5 1)678. *fxtros- 19 5t I 112.pi.! :Cf __ Dromboul Beautiful, 'selection r of primo .

4, SilO 4 blocks from campus Available NOW 378.3121 (b.2t.114\ .p) 377-8229.. (cStlUp) 1970"Barracuda 318 cu In 3 speed on goad Atmosphere of 201 40's. Many II I,

5 1 13 homes now being built different wanted' One lonely red.ear pet turtle desires floor good mech shape nice looking 17 blouses $1.$2, $3. Men, women, kids
areas one ter out minded malestudent companionship of another If you have recycled denims, jewelry' velvets ((1-| .-
to share mpg asking $1000. 378-0881 (g-51114- ,
...* United' Real Estate Assoc. 377-.992 opt at brandywme. call one or more you'd like to sal!. call 392 ) \\14.p)
378.9263 after 6:30 b-It-1 114 Pj ,
: ( p) .
7617 ask for Koren (c5ll4p) -r
excellent mechanical FREE ROOM and BOARD for LIBERAL
(hfrlUp)_ GOLD t SILVER Top prices paid tor class condition 1969 Opel, wagon 35 mpg luggage rock disc, FEMALE cooking housekeeping duties
rings, old jewelry, etc confidential; Call best call 378.2861 anytime (|-5t.114-p)
V ( Wonl a great place to live? Not a Fral OZZIE 373-3894 je( .491!.IPS-p) brakes recent tune-up, $850 or.
,offer call. Bill 373-2403 114
Not a dorm An Independent oft. (g-3t-1 p)
campus Co.Op. Room ond 3 meals day Female roommate wonted for 1 bdrm HOMf HUNTS
Gator 1970 Toyota mark II, o-c, amfm body
for $280 'in Colonial Manor 1 block from
qtr Georgia Seogle /Hal*, 1002 opt
needs paint 22 mpg in city, 376-5381 We con help you find o homeapartment .
W Umv Ave 376-9179 (b.5l.Il3p) campus $69 per mo.s sill availablenow
SERVICE 377-0722 ext. 360 ask for ,nchard before 4X: .mobile home, or
r 377.5762 nan-smoker prefered ((r-
'AM-6PM Female Roommate Wonted Share Classifieds St-I H0p) price negotiable. (g5tl10-p) roonf mote the easy woyl

room in 2 BR Apt Hawaiian Village. 1970 VW for sole Runs well. body ond OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE
7 DAYS A WEEK. April rent paid AC poolside Call 376 are' female roommate needed now at interior in good condition. A good for JOB. .. IKIPCCS II
4061 3723934 \ landmark No. 49. $47.00 + $25 deposit .
or (b5lH3pd) only $700, negoclable call 372 5425
after 4:00 call office, for REALTOR 404 SW 4th Ave.
3441 S.W. ARCHER, R.D. come by : or
(gSHIO-p)
Open 7 Days hl 7.00 377.6700THERE'S
availableat fomo'on. (c-5t-1 110 p), r ,
1974 Plymouth Duster 6 cylinder speed
I roommate needed: mature roommate transmission, In great condition $2200
"Pie(0( the wanted to share 2 br apt-ol vizcoyo own ,Coll 376-6230 anytime (g.5t.113.p)
room call 377.6294 or 378-2651 ,if no
answer c-St-I Buick Skylark Convertible $500 or best MORE'
HOp
( )
offer condition. call Paula 373.2727 .
Wo DON'T Need" CampusShop& good
Dancers for the Fonhellenic Dance (g5tll3p) ...t TO SEE WITH.

Marathon Sign. upl, ;3rd floor Union {
1964 VOLVO I 122S new tires. good
before 500 pm. Tuesday (c2tl3p! ) transportation, $500 3789442 daytime CABLE TV

+ Keep Trying (a,.:3!.113-p)
FLORIDA STUDENT r '. ....MoI '->
HELP WANTEDHousekeeper 1970 Plymouth Duster V-8 good Con. "
'Bookstore dition, beautiful body 4rresistoble t TV* Channels:A weetner'

to clean. wash iron cook, engine, virgin tires, air con ,radio, :lIkingS channel UPI, News New York
PARTY with,' own transports; flexible, hours 1200 373.678 I (g-5t.Il3p) Stock Exchange I FM station on
,
jewelry TV Channels and* FM and 4 AM
two fays a week, no child care toll 378-
VW VAN 64 excellent condition new flattens on the FM bend.'UNIVERSITY .
IUTHI6 WO-NSTttN : EDWARD KNACJli'DAVID 817.!. after:. 430 Ie3t.1l2p) valves starter generator clutch $750' CITY'

COUlWITZ.ElAUK'A counter coll Karl 372-6457 (g.41.III.p)
-LAYMAN ilNDA wanted three students to share three TELEVISION CABLE CO.INC.

VAN EttfN fer Serttte .ITCHl! ZOOKTO bedroom two both apartment in exchange 1967 Buick Electro t side smashed Runs 522 N.MAIN ST. '
and at our for doing maintenance, work call .OK $100.00 or Best Offer Call! Arpy.373;

PCX;' AD *v W.. lltNIAUM TtlAS 378-1668 9 to 5 (e.f>.109-<) 5735 (g.St-111..p) .' ,.,

0 officesin .*********************************************' **


the ; Over, Decade Together *



back : Eight Record- Albums ': ,:

,
.. *
,.. *
of theCollege ,
,.. *
1 *' *

*' *
'j( ,,
,*
,* ,
'
,* "" ( *
'
<, : 0( ..' ..r <** I


Inn.lilt's *' ". *
*

*' *

*
*
n *
PERSONAL 4! *

*" ,. ,*
f1
,.. ,: ;,\. "
should beCLAsSIFIED po "
It ., -, *.

i The First- the Qriginal- *.


Bluegrass Rock 'n Roll. *
Inn.Bring .
*
:Pizza in .. !it *


this coupon and I .
GatorClassifieds "THE DILLARDS"! *

receive on* pizza tree with *

.
the purchase of one of *

A :\ '"equI'| value. One coupon Showtimes 9OOJ&: 11:00: '. 71.: .
*
per visit, pl..*.. Come Earfy"StoyforBothShows ''' ;- : *

--...... arew..ri. .... .................. .* '
1 M i A tM
w em I. I. .re.. *' 2.00 i .,
Tuesday-Thursday
._. _M. ,'II. I.III I.I. ..Mwet. THE ; i
III III I. I"

..-_ei.e....' .. ,. -'. ., ,'II ire.. III II'III s.i.e... ..IM..... I FridaySaturday' s3.00', :, :, ; ,; :

.ae-1 a r.M1..a. I.ire ,I". L.ire ore 4M.ee.e.iaCt.etS.e CORNER TUESDAY BEER s PEC '
... :
m ,
I.
-aw IM ....sw : ,., L.'i i
.. sle I. t f'
e r-.i..a.wre-. .. .. .. ... ; : i(
,IVolid Thru -.............--- :: DRUGSTORE :il
And Man1 HAers J : & "H : ,..a. i
:
rtf. ( :
316 S.W. 16 Ave,376-4S21 1. o ftl f' : # f ,

"
,.. 1' *

i 0i I i 378-1588 i : ,5220 sw 13th st. *


1t t& X 'YAi<< tJiitt.. t.lst. M'ktAtJstI'tJtMGATQ1 ;



N 1stFog. ,,,..... IS, 1975 ---
-
It,The: lndp ndnt_Florida Alligator. April .. w L ---



I : n. CLASSIFIEDS I






PERSONALGETTING PERSONAL PERSONALvote LOST&FOUND SERVICES SERVICES

MARRIED preparation. group HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAY 1 ITS BIG for the independent candidate, FOUND; ONE MALE IRISH SETTER, WITH ISAT PREPARATION COURSE near U f.20 TYPING, EDITING Theses, DI_'
.for couples planning to marry will./ be NUMBER 20 (-lt-J14-p| ) stuart sheres'for senate college of arts + HEA COLLAR AND RED LEATHER COLLAR hours. $70. Half of our students scored lotions. Term Papers experienced typist,
offered by Only .Councehng Center sciences, (fj-nt| -1.09-p1 FOUND FRIDAY NIGHT NEAR CAR- over 600. Court repeotable free. 70 pi. ma in english ibm selectric phone
during April. + May Meeting timenevottoble. 'IHC DORM WEEK PARADE 'If ypu would NIGRAS TO IDENTIFY CALL 376.4482 or Improvement by'the second try or your 3780547 (m20t-107p)
,
!like to he in porode.on the UF Campus Backpacks while stag speedo bathing
Colt 392-1575. Group Is I 113-nc bock Attend first class free no
(11.51 )
rontoct Pick 3926934. Any entry, suits hiking shorts, rugby shirts AUen'sAquatoc 3.3".7: money J.BT99.P ELECTROLYSIS By appointment, ome
limited. ( ) obligation Call ((305)) 854-7466. ( -
|j4t14.cCOD's ''almost), will be accepted, Floats and Troll Center, 3"<18.West' if ,evenings available Mrs. J.N.\Karp
lost- 50 calculator found call
please )
sr :
facial hair, removed." per i torching, units' ,etc. Parade is on April' 28. University Ave 373 9233 (J.fR-103.C) John molloy 3929201. reword offeredl4tll4p !' 4 registered electrologlst, Phone: 3765673. -
monently. Coll Edmund Dwyer at ftp tn Several prizes will be awarded (nvOMllp) )
electrologist over"' 20 years experience I'I) 5l !112-.pi.1!.. _. ._ KARATE UNIFORMS. Quality, bleached Coll 372.8039 (1I.-I07-c>) Sizes' 56 only $28. karate-Do. 1215 NW lost 5 mo. old pure bred Irish Setter equipment provided soles, servicetrips ." SLEEPY HOLLOW horse form hontseol
Gay Community Service Center Gay 5th.Ave., 1 blk off 13th St 378.7131 (II-j1ft Weighs 4550 Ibl Mahogany ColorChild's rentals, air Tom Allen (co-host instruction-beginning and advanced,
Weddngln."ltatlon.| from $11.40 per men and women meet each Thurs 106 p) Pet Norm Chief Reword 373- Wild Kingdom on TV) Aliens Aquatic 3 'levelsdressageexcellent boarding
100. Two weeks delivery Hundreds of evening." at 7pm at 107 NW 15th ter call KARATE LESSONS 4602 or 378-4772 (t.5t-114-c)_ Trail, Center 3448 West University." Ave. facilities.trails -t ring 373-1059 (m.1Ot-
styles Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main. 372 188 Ifor information Tom10t106(| -
3769951. (|fF-105-c) ) Small I Classes $25 per man lost: Female German Shepherd Black 373-9233 t 8T-I03-C)_ lll-p)
P 1215.NW 5th Ave (off 13th Si.) Man. thru. and Tan 9 month long hair Brown NEED SOME TYPING HELPI! Reports,
Sot even" 7to9 378.7131 () 2ot '108 p) leather Collar Northwest Section Reward HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY theses,, dissertations Coll Sand! ((378-
Can you dance 28 hours? .If so enter the 376-9025 (1'.31.I13-p' )_ AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS 5754)) 377.2235 or Debbie ((377-7806)).
Ponhellenic Dance Marathon 'for the Electron Calculator 'found finals, week of (m5t13-p! >
Kidney Foundation Sign : 3rd Floor learn self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald "'.
up Winter Quarter on Plaza of Americas WIKED FOR SIGHT
Union (|-2l-H3-p) I Protl Certified, AAEH (m4Ot.8fL)
Call 3783214 to Identify.., Q111-nc( 1. ) "The Ey>falau Super Mart"
The college of education has a poyne photographs outdoor portraits, for any UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
students of education help share the F.DVICF.S occasion, also cute candid photograph '300 SW Ih Ave 3 8-4480
Pain with Student Government." Put David." of children call after 5p m, Jim 3785844m5tllOp ((M. & 3-C) _
.. FLORIDA STUDENT Payne In the Senate. (|-2t.113.p) ( ) -
GRE PREPARATION COURSE near U.F 18 7i2-1I
WANTED VW Pop Top camper w-oir for 3 hours $35; course repreatable free. SCUBA CLASS starts A
wk Western Vocation in June Will pay Score 1000 by the second try or yourMoney quipincml provided including mask Bob Dylan isctazy
B. ., tanks, full
PARTY fee plus you use.my. cor while I'm gone bock.Call ((305))8547466. (J 8T- (tins snorkle. C regulators
Coll 376-5012 ((1| 5t 113NC) 99-P) .wetsuits. textbook, oil air and international about
certification, with 'five open
,", .1 ri Crescent Beach weekend May 2-4 writer dives Coil $35. absolutely no
LOSTlrFOUND Explore self and personal energy t'ulias. Coll SCUBA DYNAMICS 'fo Leon
Marathon group in gestalt and 'further information :377 8096. Our new
LOST Brown Leather'Wallet Please call bioenergetics Boston therapist- limitedto 'location, is; 3009 N t. 20th Way. Im-llt. Redbone !
M BIRNSAUV Kevin 376-0579 Reward (I5t-ll3-p' ) 12-$70.call 373-1798 (m-lOl-106-p) 11 1_ ___
i






\ alligator coupons I Irrrrrrrrr



._. A. ;
-'--
..rrrrrrrrrIS .------------------------ ....rrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrsr
. ... .. .' I
1
T I b 0 l)'-, f, ) r t h (') () 1.1 I ( i.... ,', \l J I AAvOuAAAAuuOuuOOAAOOOOO
.fII. -------(' : ) ( tht:..' : ::0 ILt.: .:') I IV 1 1I
c -i 55....... e i 1I I ANY SLICE W
II. SAC :'1 ....... i
.revs. I *inpkrrn ft* lJl1r. I 1I I ,

I.. AId.'m.. ) .. \V>. WITH THIS COUPON I'I AND A .BEER


I 0' 8 PECE CHICKEN DsNNERONiya65 : 'I 1 1OZ.OF ANY BLEND .. I/ Good with coupon 1
$1

1: (kUewno atidl.a f negsi ry ttS1 : j WITH PURCHASE FREE OVER $5.00 I I I 1 Mona Thurs

'- .... .1 j 1 Anytime
: : I I .
SUIR SOOOS'Of R Phone MON-SAT 8AM-6PM

0..e lm0so SW. 1'.n_...M"Tole 1t n.s :_on-_.WOO___ 1 1re. j 37-- Smoke 617 West University I 1 1 I ., JlJ&b( UNIVBtSITY< (@1

I!.!.! !!. .:.e -.I i'rrrrrrrrrrrr' -rrrrrrrrrrr) L_______ ____________
irrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrr .. .
--r r r.-r Mi.rrrrrr .rrrre-rs.rNrr

V 'r--- 15 % off r'1 1I r------' WITH THIS COUPON ---I
rcfoTF'F1'
1 on large tollage plants AN INTRODUCTION TOMOM'SGIANOLA

'I 10 % off I
ALL. .8dOS
= I f k' on torrariums

Vfa'and EICova, Buy Ofa 1.Co 1 1as. 1 2:1' Free cactus with 13.00 purchase I II p freshly I mode fancy, high protein

Coupon off.,:Do0d 1MwMr 19js tlci I .;-" n:1 Jt--I rJ)1_) I I I.p'-j\ .2Ib.for 11b. PRICElimit


1 ie B oo G a ller 1 1b I .1 I i I ( 1 (one) per coupon) GOOD 415 thru. 4-19 .

1 1I
East Univ.r 3 1117r.1e' I
1 tio7 w,uniwrdzw7ssrrrr I MOTHER EARTH 604 NW lash St.Krystal t
r I
------ r e>a rr-----rr rrarrrrr- .rrra eNrr rrrrNrwrrrNN.sf I()
---------- -- .
srr ,rrN. r rrrr rrrsr- ..
-
'- --------
I I.--------- rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Free. kl cee e t Booklet, 1 I.1 1 X 10 % off all large cans j

'nd nantr,address, and date of Tour special occasionbirthdays I' ... ..o V
r- I oftetra-m'in fish food10offalbrgecansof
: ( anniversaries, rtc.l) and receive valuable ... ... ,
from local merchants. Include other \" ...
coupons I ::: i iI
'. 'residents. I \\tW 1 1I ...
..
... ...
I Send 1 Or with each name for postage and handling tetia mm fish food
I I ... 1
I:. Special occasions only Please! I ::: ... .

1. \\FS\IL.LE] I Il I $1 off on all driftwood .5S555 .
eeo ... 1432 W.Univ.Ave.
l 1DISOIHiT BOOKLET I I (expires 4-22)) I ..
..
I mail lot '2130 Gainesville]SW 31 Florida Ate. Suite 32605 MS: I !11he i a1 1 Rs, 1 I .eBREAKFAST

I 313-8909' I 1527 N.W. 6th Street 378-9681 1 1rNrr I
-----------------1 .:.r rrrr_N NNrexlrerrr.rer

rrrrrrr 1 24 HO RS-A.DA Ylarge j jj

I 1 You can "nave"

I 10 cent elf oil merchandised; I It l
per j
I hot'Waffle j jI
20 per cent off all plant books e a coupon ,


Expires 4-22-1975 One free.5.004purchase cactus with anJ I ". ad on this I I I

:.- with bacon or taut age

I :page, -for?:1.a :1.: 1i ;;; _
7gc
.

I 16th Avenue Gainesville, I 1 $7 92 I 1 1r I II
with
LNNrrr Phone: 377r5268 : ,.1 r CaH 376-4482 J" I I offer oltpire" ,,4/20/73 Coupon "1 1rar '

e>.r rrr Nrrrrrrrrrrrrrr -rrrrr. .....
--- .
.
V :Jr .JI'IIAft. .i_.
I'AAIeAW
,r.ret'tra *e'.III'


.
,V'1



Florida Independent Alligator / E NTTA1NMENT1 f


.ApHi il ms. fog* it


-



Break down door




Ito see Macbeth Jv 7 n






I militarist's laugh caught
between mental derangementand

DR. SIDNEY I1OMAN greed.
But what I saw here, and 4

I liked even more on reflection,
REVIEW was this. Rather,than strikinga

LuKMBBMMMHMBBMMMMMmMMB pose, a two-dimensionsl
caricature to be rammed
EDITOR'S NOTE Dr. the "essence"of Shakespeare, through successive
scenes
oman I It an associate then the opening-night K3 u. > i we
Rusty Sailing (Macbeth) and
lessor of English at UP audience was splendidly
Kevvy McKenney (Lady +
ho Is recognized as the irritated, confused, dazzled.No Macbeth) experimented with

hakespearean scholar of the clumsy allegory here of antithetical "stages" of ..."
[inlwrslry. fate versus free will; no
More than any other second-rate psychiatric studyof progression in the two k$

production I've seen since insecure husband and characters. Macbeth moves 'a
from a decent but shallow
war
ming to Gainesville thisne dominant wife.
hero, to a Hamlet-like
raises the most Purists in the audience (but
inquirer into the nature of
Exhilarating questions abouthe there in 1600
were they ?) were action and existence, to the
[ obligation of director to doubtless shocked at the beneficiary of his entrance

laywright and about the naked, writhing bodies, the into the surrealistic-

[elation between overtones of the open theater, procreative destructive

hakespeare's cosmic the cuts in the text, even the "world"of evil, to a hardened,

aching language and the extraordinary suggestion business-executive, to the ...-- t
resent-tense physicality of (counter to Shakespeare'sown shell of photo by bob wool
Macbeth
a man. Lady
[he stage itself. When the propaganda) that the changes from a non-liberated RUSTY SALUNG IN ROLE OF MACBETHThe

ippodrome "Macbeth" victorious Malcolm is on his housewife thrilled at the witches surround Macbeth as they cast a spell upon him. I

Lentured furthest into what way to becoming Macbeth II possibility of a new toy suchas

irector Marilyn Wall took as as he ends the play with a a kingdom, to a sexual-
.
tormentor of her flagging of their lust .
and
own tear. America in-Viet Nam"history"
unconvincing in the first-act
husband, to bored and
a All the actors could take
an of innocence lost.
deadened of her murdering sequences. And
recipient object lesson from
Daniel
The audience itself clearly
prize, to a creature of Jesse ( ) who energy,ph ysicality' needs to
knows
Banquo took lessons from each other,
admit a clearer sense of eachactor's
madness, and
'i poetry ex- how to fondle Shakespeare's since the triple-circle staging in the play'sdesign
part
tinction. I would call what
.' marvelous language, or from (center stage the periphery of Hecate (Tim Glavin)
they did "theater, something Sailing in the "tommorrow"
that
;, ,.. stage, and literally and Macduff (Dennis
> happening before us, rather speech, or Jon Schwartz, the behind the walls of the circle
Tomason) in seemed
to
spots
than "dramatized allegory, drunken porter who in formed by the viewers) forced this blend. Small
provide
\ often the stuff of idolatrous physically bringing home the each of us to make ourselvesand parts need to be individualizedthe *

Shakespeare festivals. paradox of drinking's our neighbors part of the Jesse
'" way
.. 1 also saw a more suggestiveuse
.. provoking desire but metaphor.
"
and Walter Mattingly have
of the witches' scenes. inhibiting performance 1 also think there
are things done,with theirs. : '
Wall implies that they are not connected that paradox with here which need to be fixed.

simply agents of destiny the larger one informing the Some of the actors only get But what a decent

luring on the Macbeths but play: our aesthetic pleasure in through their lines; but after brilliant reverential approachthis

rather surrogates for them, the brave new world all, this is Shakespeare where is to our most pre
horrible extensions of their fashioned by the Macbeth's there is a whole play in each eminent dramatist. To be
photo by bob wool own frustrated sexuality venture runs counter to our word and in the spaces frank: you ought to break '
'
I JANICE SIZEMORE A WITCH projections of the energy born moral repulsion at this between. The timing is a bit down the doors to see it.

Practicing her scowling and snarling
-


I 'Time to Run' directed at troubled youth. ,. I


By SHARON ALFORD youth market. It is producedby tor another round of prayers. apparently to no avail.

Alligator Staff Writer World Wide Pictures, In light of all this Christian The mother (Joan Winmill) >,.
which is part of the Billy fevor MayorCommissionerNeil is an ineffectual coffee
Graham Evangelistic A. Butler has issued a making woman, who wanders

Religion is a thriving Association. proclamation naming April about in her color, coor-
'usiness. World Wide rents the 11.17 as "Time to Run dinated outfits not knowing

To wit: if the theatre where theatre ($3000 for its current Week. quite what to do.

['Time to Run" is appearing a one week run), and turns it The film's plot concerns Eventually, after tooling
l able displays things to buy. into a religious meeting. At young JetT Cole's (Randall around the city in his van

mong the choices are the film's conclusions, a Carver) idealogical clash with picking up hitchhikers and
'umerous books written by "counselor" asks and his overbearing father, The causing miscellaneous

%. Graham; "Time to everyone to remain father, played by Ed Nelson of mayhem Jeff ends up eating
[u""comic books; and eight expects seated with their heads bowedas TV's Peyton Place fame, is an an orange outside a Billy
influential scientist who headsup Graham crusde.:
rack-cassette "
tapes 'of the he leads them in prayer.
"1m's soundtrack. "Come on up. Come on up the local energy factory.He The next thing we know he
The film beckons to is frequently chastized for turns up at Michelle's askingif
a slick, fastly God. he then
to
dited Find-the-Road-to- the audience. About 10 pre- being "super-rational.. there is "any more of that
us Flick' is aimed at the join the counselor at After a particularly heated Christian love for a guy withan
teeners "
Jeff leaves home and tank. You can
quarrel empty
auditorium
gjMblc and impressionable the front of the
hits the road though he guess the rest.
never actually leaves town. Carver, a ringer for Edward
Flute man cometh Representing the Jesus "Butterflies Are Free" Albert, {

Ba bar does admirable job as,the ;' ,.,
faction jSI Michel ,( an "Jf" ; : .
I Lo urn_Weisberg, flutist extraordinaire w'll\ 'appear at the Sigel). who portrays* vJefm''central' character.: :'Head"; '1 :, ,-, '-" "'" '1\'t\' -\: II ,

na ranch Saloon :April 16.17.The unclassifiable in.fefinable girlfriend. She appears now down, hair hiding his dark

musical style' of Weisberg has been hailed by criticsas run through a sulking eyes Carver surprisingly "
then to
and and conc.rt scheduled for
The Blood Sweat Tears
all "
I
innovative of musical elements. Backed by asix'piece with Jeff. And brings his own
|: band including synthesizer. Weisberg will perform she meadow occasionally or to tries to lay personal brand of charisma to Wednesday, April 16, at the Great,Southern Music Hall

IEn shows at 8 and '10 P-m. Tickets are three dollars and tanpurchased the Jesus trip on him. but this one-dimensional part. ha.be.ncanceUed.The .

gg at Roc Records and Rebel Discount. ,_,-

,



IV V


Tuesday,April 15.1975 LEWIS FtQtfdQIStu.d.tI.tP ,
irri; ; iid"d /
I a river Jewe/ryCompony CLASS RINGSDIAMONDS VOTIBlWCEFLflKHERSENATE1UC, ." .
t.r. .
,
for nation's bicentennial 200 WATCH W.Univ.rsDy.REPAIRS -= ;

372-410 Pd 'Pol Adv by Brue*.flf6h I .rmv
By JUDY MOORE "National Geographic and a few other
Alligator Staff Writer magazines also will be doing stories on the i)3 tR Rot tNlt tiBlf t11G*11111114 a.
trip. A couple of oil companies have contacted way i ia
a xnlllstfl us about doing TV specials he said. 'ay
William Bartram had to struggle with OTHER STUDENTS chosen include i ,..S "t ltl'' IW.111; !' 411 t11!loll e1 (Itr1 tIR.tigl
Indians, alligators and hurricanes on his specialists in biology) geology, anthropology, ( 411tst81; 1i11lrs31411a4t t N14411 mm m m m m m rpy.t*!'*ia M 1Fq cs i
1,000-mile canoe trip through Florida. forestry, folklore and photography, '
That was '200 years ago. Hopefully UF The trip will begin north of Macon and.the ,. M t ( r't''f 1) t tip t.l 1111411Ir tip 141 "BM fly M!11 t117#y%Ilq

student Larry Kolb and the other 11 students canoeists will take the fast-flowing Ocmulgeeand
who will follow .the colonial explorer's trail Altamaha Rivers through the pine bluffsof
will not encounter the same difficulties.The Georgia to Brunswick.
Bicentenpial Commission of Florida is In Brunswick the group will go jnto the
sponsoring the expedition, which is scheduled 'Atlantic Ocean, paddling between the off-
to begin June 8 near Macon,. Ga. and end shore islands and the mainland.
Aug. 17 in Miami Beach. Kolb said this stretch should be'"one of the
KOLB,a senior history major, was the only most difficult parts of the.trip."
UF student chosen for the expedition.Kolb "THE CURRENT is very strong in the
said 12 of the more than 300 ap- inlets. If we aren't careful,we could get swept
plicants were chosen on the basis of outdoor out to sea," Kolb said.
experience and qualifications in a specialized In Jacksonville the expedition will pick up .._ a X44
field of study. the St. Johns River and paddle upstream to 1
"I was really happy when I found out 1 was Enterprise, near Orlando. iBa
chosen. I really wasn't .surprised, though, After a 53-mile portage to Kissimmee they
because I have had so much canoeing and will take the Kissimmee River to Lake
..'
hiking experience," Kolb said. Okeechobee.
Kolb is qualified in first aid, as well as "LAKE OKEECHOBEE can be very
being certified in scuba diving and lifesaving. rough, and it's 45 miles across. Good weather
"I'VE DONE MOST of my canoeing in will really be important there," Kolb said. We need
Florida and and Georgia and a little in From Lake Okeechobee the group will head you
Colorado. The longest trip ever made was a tor Miami Beach on a canal through the
130-mile, week-long trip down the Suwanneeand Everglades.The .
Santa Fe," he said. students will meet with boy scout '
For the last few weeks we've talked
Kolb will be historian and log keeper.for troops and other groups along the way to ,
the trip. He will send press releases along the promote canoeing and outdoor activities.All .
way and he will help in writing a book about food,travel and camping equipment for to a lot of you. We wanted to know

the trip that the expedition's sponsors hope to the expedition are furnished by the Bicen- ,
.publish. tennial Commission. your thoughts about UF. about

your education. about Student

IGNORANCEIS Government. And you've told us


you're tired of an all ,talk no action



NO I EXCUSEYou're SG.. V



So are we. The Florida Student Party

knows what SG can "do. We haven't

in college to learn what to say, how to write it, how to prove
your point.We're here, ready to help in any way we can. Stop by and promised pieinthesky.. Our platform .
check out our STUDENT AIDS. We probably have just what you're
is based
realistic
looking for. on a ap-

praisal of SG's capabilities. We can


do everything we've promised. And

STUDENT AIDS we think that's the real difference


4 this year.Tomorrow.
V A FINE SELECTION OF PAPERBACK DICTIONARIES BY SUBJECT:
.1.1t

.
r. Aerospace-Anthropology-Archaeology-Architecture-Art- we need your help. We
Art and Artists Art Terms Astrology Astronomy,Bible- V
Biography Biology-Buddhism-Business end Finance Ceramlcs-
Chemical Names Chess Composition(Freshman)-Computers need your support. Together we can
Drugs Economics Business Electronics English(early)- ,
English(etymological)-English(synonlms)-English(word roots)-
Existentialism Food Additives- Geography Geological create a realistic SG. But only if
Terms Government(American)-History(Modern)-Insuranc.- you
Linguistics LiteratureAmerican,Greek Latin,Spanish,World-
Mammals Mathematics Mechanical Engineering-Music- vote.
Mysticism-Mythology-Opera-Parliamentary Procedure Plastics
Plato-Political Science Political Terms(American)-Psychoanalysis
Psychology-Quotations(modern)-Rhymes-Saints Satanism-Science
esoteric Sex-Slang foreign(American, origins)--Sociology Zen -Theatre-Underground-Word: elements. McAdam Huerfa.Sherman Ayres Lindgren


,,'"..


From Engineering Press: ENGINEER IN TRAINING LICENSE REVIEW,CIVIL; ELECTRICAL FLORIDA )
AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LICENSE REVIEW. ::' t ;.

.P

'V '',
STUDENT : ;
.
I: CAMPUS SHOP, J '..i!


: : I PARTY '-

5B .J kibbicsTORE_


Paid Pol. Adv. Mark Bimbaum, Treat.I .

.. '
r V

.".: .JI.a.A.'JI"..............t..1: ................+.._.....__............-.... ......v..r w......... ...... ..
.wmIIaaet\\1L'veaI'/1..a1.9.r.1 1.S'llaeeeeeS '['''7L>iait71e\e..,11Jt./yr11V17,



_..,.:_ A. ;_o> ..: .
afr x

;j ,

The IndependentFlorida Alligator /. S O.K| (0)R'if"Sse I .

'
'
T d.r.April ts, t97S,Pog.21
r
,
:
I


T New swing but same:

4 L F

}kt.t I boldness for Duncan :



By PAT McGRATIi were in good position I would hit a better shot."
Alligator Sports Writer The new method could turn it all around for Ben Duncan.
x ES4p Truisms, these days, are like summer thunderstorms. They "I'M HITTING IT consistently better and I'm thinking in
spring up out of nowhere,hang around for awhile, and, while the right way too. I'm starting to straighten out a lot of little
nobody is watching, dissipate and are forgotten."No flaws, that were in my swing."
1 man will pole vault eighteen feet',"and "Women can't Unfortunately, Duncan had had to wait longer than he had
work the same jobs as men," are two of the many that have expected to see Jacobs. A skiing accident in Wisconsinsidelined
fallen by the wayside. him for 4 weeks of this quarter.
GOLF HAS ITS share of truisms too, and one Is being THE RESULT-TORN shoulder ligaments that kept him
stiffly challenged by Ben Duncan, senior co-captain of, the off the practice fee-
Gator golf team. However, the injury is healed and Duncan is back to the
r II IIItI IIr Although he's been in.coach Buster Bishop's top six since business of booming tee shots and dropping putts. 1t't
=V r ). b.4A his sophomore year (when he finished ninth in the NCAA At 60,170; pounds Duncan is not real big but he is firmly
championships), Duncan has not been a highly publicized built. Broad-shouldered and strong-armed, the Quincy, Fla.
Gator. He admits to a disappointing season last year and native almost appears mean-looking as he menacingly stalks
when your teammates include.Gary Koch and Andy Bean,the the fairways. But the defiant look in the dark, deep-set eyes
ink often spills on them.But .Dunc..as he is known to his merely represents the determination and boldness that is Ben
teammates, quickly points out, "Those guys have really Duncan's attitude toward golf."I .
; accomplished a lot and they deserve all the publicity they CONSIDER MYSELF a bold player" he asserts. "I try
get." to cut it loose. 1 usually get into trouble if I try to guide the
But back to the truism that Duncan is on the verge of ball around."
dispelling.IT Duncan got into trouble in last years' NCAA, shooting 306as
ALL STARTED last'quarter when Duncan decided to compared to. his 288 in the Gators' championship at
seek professional counsel in his efforts to find out why he had Stillwater. Okla. in 1973. This year he expects things to be
slumped since a fine sophomore season. He got together with different.
John Jacobs, the world-renowned British teaching "We were cockier last year,"he said of the team, "and we
professional, and after watching Duncan hit a few balls, didn't play up to our potential. This year we know we have
Jacobs offered some surprising advice. play to our potential to win. ,
"I'd always been taught in keeping with the traditional "RIGHT NOW we're No..2 but there isn't much difference
method to hold back with the right arm to achieve the late between us and Wake Forest. We'd like to prove that they'renot
UFGOLFER BEN DUNCAN hit," recalled Duncan."He(Jacobstold) me I should turn the unbeatable."
I '..."I try to cut it loose." right arm loose on the downswing,and that as long as my legs And, in the process, dispose of another so-called truism.



I I /v -
]
Energy
: RIB-EYE DINNER IJI CHOPPED STEAK

Consciousness 1.49 III DINNER $ 1.29




Allen Ginsbe.r9' 75 -irj


Michael McClure Henry Gom berg .w

Gary Snyder Howard Odum


BONANZA EVERY TUESDAY

FREE EVENTS NIGHT STEAK SPECIALS

RIB-EYE DINNERS 1.49
April 8:00 pmGraham A juicy rib-eye steak, baked

Topic-Energy Pond and Poetry potato, salad, choice of dressing 4.. : 3
1 9 Speakers-Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, and Texas Toast.

Gary Snyder CHOPPED STEAK DINNER 1.29 V>

8:00 A chopped,stool with a crisp
Union pm Auditorium salad, choice of dressing, baked ;

20; Topic-Energy, and ConsciousnessPanel potato and Texas'Toast.'
DiscussionHoward
Odum, Henry Gomberg, '
Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure .

Neal Marks 313-9S75 or U.C office 392-1521 "n begot i
"r 21 Contact Council if you would like one of Good wholesome I 1 :'
at College .
these speakers to visit your class. ot right neighborly

,iI' .t ..r "j : :
-!.. 8:00" pe''" ,,' Health Center : :2445 ,SW 13th St.Gainesville ,
Room C 1.11. J. Hills Miller
22
LectureArt '
Marshall (Environmentalist)

Council: Arts & Scl ". ,,, i ____ _.;; ...."; .. ...-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.,,;...,,.--....---..........._M.r' .
t.. $ wa&tes& .nlty College ... ........._&..'UiliIJ.---. ..
.. .....JI .......... .
-
-



-




"'-:


.Fog.2X Th.IndaHMitdaxit Florida Alligator,TiMtday..April 15. 1975 I .


I. 11', Flyers battle back vs., Leafs ,o} ii }i, ,1 ,,'1 tF t/ .


,"' By Alligator Services major penalty Andre Duponthad the situation' recalled Shero. Red Kelly. "Remember we

I Any pretenders to the incurred for head-butting Twenty .minutes ii a lot of, have five guys in this" playoff I RJA: ; $:]t p ENT

Philadelphia Flyers Stanley in a fight with the Leafs Dave time.ItTwenty for the first time. ", ', \ :,
Cup are in for a battle if Dunn. minutes four goals, '
Sunday's Maple Leafs-Flyers DID THEY PANIC going and 14 shots later, the Flyers Flyer.center Rick MacLeishgave :P RTY''M: hl'A'' '

game is any indication of the into the period, these veteransof skated away with a 6-3 the Flyers a 2-0 lead with .HJ RI f'I''jHLR'' : (''A.I:' ',I _' '.

way the National League only eight years in the triumph in the opener of their first-period,goals 4:31: apart. : i'H:,A '.',\Ik'iH: I .', 1 >1 ; "
(playoffs will go. NHL? Did they throw cautionto best-of-seven Stanley Cup Toronto came back behind f'ol iIIO'1O'' (OU11I'
After two periods Sunday the wind? gdarter-final 'series with Dave Williams. Blaine '[) 1'01 i'! f\ ( ',' ,: ?', ;'" II" '.

night the Flyers were losing Hardly said Coach Fred Toronto. Stoughton. and Darryl Sittler

3-2. They had taken only J 12 Shero. "We're the expansion team before MacLeish capped the SUICIDE AND CRISIS

shots on goal and faced the "In between the second and and the Flyers are the third-period uprising with his SERVICE
prospect of killing 2:32 of the third periods we talked about 'veterans," said Toronto coach, third goal of the game. INTERVENTION 376-4444


/

,: Learn to land a jet .: ,," '.
."
.',1 : :,I //i;': : :::.I:
: : :" :,
M
Vs> < '
: ,7" ,. .: : > here and you can land one ". : "
( $"1 I' ': I ,
'I,' ): : ; : J : :
t anywhere. : .,
,.i, .; ': ,, '"
\.",' ;" :!' \ "I
.; ,

... ,
Mote


.
,':'

;- than aiib'


\\.J ,

.
'

:#;1 4r:

', .
i: :.' ::' Bringing In supersonic|et on a 1 10 000 ft cement runway Is tough
.'.' < 25 knot,It even tougher Only a law men ira good enough to do it,And r
..
';i,.t",, Itwy'ra an Navy trainad How can you become member of the Naval Air
'::)>{ lIam?One way'It to|loin whila you'ra ttlU In college One of the advantages
3 t j of being part of the Aviation Reserve Officer Candidate. (AVROC)Program
'1'.lJ.r .:. '.. It that lets you continue working toward your degree, ,
." e, Getting your Navy Wings ton"I easy Tilt training is tough The least' :. 'rl A.H.k '
'7 that will, be aipecled of you to'the best that other pilot.can do Their. limits
are your starling blocks,their. expertise, your primer But if you succeed, ,. -
your future assured whether you remain in the Navy or not. ;<.: .
For more information!talk to your local Navy Recruiter Yr
..
,<'_ : Be Someone Special. Fly Navy.
-
xft;.,;..
f/ff" ; ,. '," Navy'Recruiting' District Jacksonville, Fla[ 32207
..
.
3974 Woodcock Drive Phone: 904 791.3671 II. "
,
: "" ;'0-10", )t"'"
.. ,: =f' The Navy testing team will be on Campus} ., t tLt
I

in the Reitz Union on April 13, 14 & 15 '.j/;, 1I1 '
I
'r: rN I
a


t .1 Rock musicians. Jazz musicians.

Country musicians They'll ."

1 tell you Vassar Clements 111 vl


rl plays second fiddle to nobody. I i .'




,
s
.
1 1rl




s
a
LE





to
ThepowerbehifChartreuse r' 3 I'
,-..
,. J IIOj J pro& }
>:: ,1.; r /j "
,
"
why its allied Green JFl T. >t'j !i ,> .

To sample this powerful drink, (legal l in all

50 states. ) ask a bartender to fix some. He may

say"What's SwampwatcrTGKe him the recipe., !

Fic; .el To 1 Jounces of Green Chartreuse "
'
When you ask musicians who the best VASSAR add 6 ounces pineapple juice,V* lime
'
fiddler In the country Is, the name Vassar
Clements keeps bobbin'; up all the time. and ice. Stir.
,Seasoned of with acts
by years playing
like Earl Scruggs and Johnny Hartford Vassar Note: For,-it-your-selfen: one bottle of

now steps out front to put his ample,virtuosityon Green Chartreuse makes one of
gallon
display in, this'remarkable Mercury debut
album, a juicy stew of bluegrass country jazz Swarnpwater. --. h 'li 1 1r
you-name-it.. '
And all the dazzling technique, creative -t.]1': 'SS. a
V "c. 1t w
brilliance and foot-stompin excitement musicians ;- .. p."" -. .. ,'it, 'r "
admire In Vassar Clements,comes' through '. .. .' ,
\ :
loud and clear.
,,'.. SRM-M022 8-TrackMC8-M022 "
Mullcawttte, MCR4.1-1022 I .: i\\
J
.1\ ': -:

.' j ... ... : '. .. .
r .......:.:-.J.; : '. .. -... )'v'."...'.....'.-r... ......1\'" ....'......i..f' -' ":.;\ :'. ....r, ,-.:.:'-':..'.'.'... ....,')-.4', : .....'..'.9... ....;....;').......



",.Ind.p.nd.nt Ftortd Alligator,Tuesday,April 15 WS,Page 2JI


I lis the regular season worthless ? I



After skating to the fourth October through March
record in the NHL and a eliminate only six teams, with to' !see the Philadelphia Flyers in the differences in the playoff team finishes in second placeor exciting than the basketballand
'best Uprising second place eight others risking their November when the real formats. last place. one game or 100 hockey Russian roulette.
the upstart Los entire season in best season doesn't begin until the FOR EXAMPLE, if the games behind that team will style farces.
finish Kings were defeated out-of-three a two- snow! starts to melt in April? Yankees were three games out still have to watch the playotTs
Angeles playoff series. Personally, I've of first in TV if it 'ends with
Maple Leafs And slept place September. on up tntratMiirais
the
Toronto four
I by the treegameseries.;la the finishers first place through the ,overdrawn and you would see New York fans anything less than a divisional
in I must at some point meaningless pro hockey and screaming and sweating a lot championship. And even
opening round of the Stanley in the playoffs play and defeata basketball seasons in an- more than if the Nicks were though each of the 'four first- Deadline for signing up for
Cup Playoffs. The Maple second or third place club, place finishers have to put Engineering League Softballis
Leafs were proud owners of possibly even from the team's their divisional titles on the today. Contact the IM
the 13th best record in the 18 own division, in order to MARK JOHNSON line in a'five-game series at office. 229 Fla. Gym 392-
team league.So capture the Stanley Cup. least the losers and their fans 0581.
for all the fans in Los The pro basketball playoffs have their'' half-pennants .to Little Sister bowling
Angeles who sat through a have pretty much the same OPINIONticipation cling to and remember in the schedules may be picked up'
six-month. 80-game regular format and thus the same long winter months which in the IM office.
their team's second problems. It follow. The south end of Lake
season really makes you of the first soundsof three games out in March.
place finish and fourth-best wonder why anyone would go bat meeting ball. Baseball Second or even third place The baseball system is not Wauburg will be the site of
.record proved to be as out to see a team like the season always proves to be a means little more than an perfect: fiascos such as the sailing qualification in
worthless as a tailor at a Boston Celtics in January thousand times more interesting extra playoff game or two at Reds-Mets series in 1973 are Sunfish and Flying Juniors.
nudist,camp. when they had practically than either the home. still possible. But the four- Fridays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
BUT SUCH is NHL clinched a playoff spot the basketball or hockey seasons, But in baseball first place team set-up is still far and For more information contact
hockey. You play from previous June. And why go to and much of the reason lies in means everything. Whether a 'away more fair and more Ben Bentkowski, 376-0378.

............ ..... .. .........m...._._"...__._... ..._ ._ _
I I1ff. iIllililrJ 1. 1m m t n w



You BeThe Judge] 1 1j 1J J 1 1!j CARDLAND GAINESVILLE'S GOLDEN EAGLETURQUOISE OFFICIAL '



1 DEALERwe


You know their qualifications.You guarantee pieces

know they are proposing to be authentic

practical programs directed toward c7t Come See Us.!

helping the student body and
'
'In Millhopper Square 378-05.22.

improving university life. Most of 4' .,m.ttI/t/; ,!!, 1W- :z%"'

their ideas are new not the same

old promises their opponents are '
'IIIIII

offering.The .Jake


candidates the
ACTION f1 't /

know they can make it happen. :_ Leap


It's up to you to let them try. -


CALEB GRIMES


Treasurer





Concerned


student ...buy this mummy bag and

dedicatedto j save enough .

For about the same money to get this
you'd pay for a 2-pound .
makingSG r .
goose down mummy bag. 2manmountain
; you can have the Stag .
work Model 9814 Blue Ridge '
mummy and have enoughleft
over to buy the Stag tent
Arctic Circle 2-man trail
for you tent. The secret Is the Du-
Pont Dacron' Fiberfill II insulation -
that's nearly as .
warm as down, but much
less costly. The 9814 has 3 a"
pounds of Fiberfill II,Delrin'
j' zipper, ripstop nylon cover
raised foot pocket, draw-,
BYRON PETERSEN cord hood and waterproof
stuff bag.More than 2 dozen
Fiberfill II styles to choose
Chancellor
SUE CONNELLY Honor Court from at your nearest Stag Stag Arctic Circle trail tont aide ofpotyntor
I dealer. and cotton with' waterprooffloor.

Traffic Court Cheif Justice rI -------------------------,
I
words 111"c.ijogSt.nd25c for.color Trail N", ti 'I .:2 L ".i .,'1"tG H7rn: ?t,< I'I
We need more than ;P.ary12tu's.s. "A" ".<,i ''1:1"\. '-"_..-t'1' IJohn.oa
Crwk Blvd, '"
I
1 OK 72M ..
St. ZI.
cltr|
We need ,I' 1
L-._________________ _____-J

make If happen
Treasurer
fiL Mv By teen Harrison, Campaign I

Irj



-
- ---- -
r

{


. . ,,,'.
rfl*U Hi*.ln I

Voting .

"

systemsstudied ANNOUNCING


."

,
The Board ,of County
Commissioners will meet x .
today to hear a report on I, BIBLE PROPHECY'
voting systems from
Supervisor of Elections Alma N '"

Bethea.Bethea said she will presentnew lectures on :
methods of recordingvotes
or "systems" to the
board. .." ,
/'
Bethea said she will I 'd
"perhaps" ask the board to 1.'J'' ::" '.!;' 'Jo;
refrain from buying ad. ',:
ditional automatic lever 11'
operated machines '
presently used in Alachua ;
County in favor of a new aawr ( fB ,
computerized voting system )
,
that would allow voters to \
mark their ballots on computer

'1' The cards.recommendation" for !: I1WUUl1Jrn ';

the recommendation computer system ls for just the"a lEllJ ,

future" Bethea said, addingthat ., i ;1'f
the computer system
could be installed when I
Alachua: County's population "",.,r... '
reaches 100,000, or when w "t ."
I .
.
A
,
: .
"such a time as we grown intoa : _
,
..
computerized program for : \ ':' .; '

voting" occurs. ,
The commission meeting is TONIGHT'k ;-S,
scheduled to start at 1:30 on
the fourth floor of the county
courthouse in the commission
room.
n
:

Candidatesnot ; JL1'iL1rPJcU APRIL HOW PROPHECY _PROVES_

15 THE BIBLE TO BEGOD'S .

allowedin : ;
Tuesday '
dormsCandidates WORDREVELATION'S

for the April 16
.
student body election are not ,I '
allowed to campaign door-to-
door in dorms, Housing r
Director James Hennesseysaid.

.
''',\ '
"Candidates can use floor ,: APRIL
lounges and dorm lobbies if : MESSAGE
they are invited by dorm '
17
residents.
FOR 1975
Residence halls are private
and are for residents and Thursday
invited guests only," he said.
No violations have been
filed with the elections

commission., 8:00io: 9:00: P.M.


READER'S .
REITZ, UNION : Rooms 361-3

REDRESSThe

city commission COLOR SLIDES Free '
Admission '
PRINTED LECTURE NOTES : ,'-" .
election will be held on May 6 ,) : '
:< ,: :
;"
'' :
and not April 16 as reportedin ; ;
Monday's Alligator.The :,'' .'

Alligator regrets the ,. '}
t.. '
error. :.
.. :
I' ,, ".::": : ,;,. '; :,:
.,' ( ,
",1 ; .' cZ.Ie/ .t !
I. .,:: .
,
I" ;! \ :'
I r s :

I ,
I. '
,

'' ;. ," ,', 'I.',', .
:' ( f .
'J'M" .. \;: ,' '. : t : r. ,

Sponsored by the Bible Prophecy Student Associationof
'
Guaranty FederalTHE the University of Florida -
IEIT PLACE TO lAVE.

,



.
---- -