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Jack Gordon
By DCBBIE IBERT "We were 100 per cent strong supporters of Sen. Gordon's, ,
r Alligator Staff WriterA bill, and Voorhees' instructions were to say just that."
"INST AD, HE spoke about the bill's problems. He cut it
bill to place three students on the current nine-member to pieces." Introducedbill
Board of Regents was "mortally wounded but not killed" Hammond said that he will call Voorhees before the FSL
Tuesday by a negative vote from the Senate, Education Board of Directors ; ? .
Committee. Voorhees' V
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Sen. Jack Gordon, D-Miami, said his proposal would have York told the
, '"another, shot tomorrow" because the committee voted to committee was
reconsider the bill. York could not
"I'm quite sure we can salvage a portion of the Chancellor Robert
\ bill ,perhaps suggesting a lesser number (one or two) of mittee exercised
students," he added. bill.
. REP.,,BILL NELSON, D-Melbourne has filed a bill to The bill would "
place one student on (0-member, ( board for a one-year one of them an
term. Nelson's bill has not yet come up for consideration.Last Board of Regents.
year. Gordon submitted a bill to put two students on governor for -
the board but it died because it was never Introduced on'the would be rotated
Senate floor. that no university
The move to reconsider Gordon's current bill automaticallyputs a time,or be
it on the committee agenda for the committee's next ,Gordon said the
meeting,which is tomorrow, but Gordon said he might ask to input and voting
have the matter passed over to "keep it alive until we ,get affecting their
enough people around" to support it. "I THINK
Voting for the bill were Gordon;Sen. Kenneth MacKay D- their own
Ocala; and Sen. Robert Graham, D-Miami. Gainesville Sen. The bill would ,
Bob Saunders attended the 'committee meeting but was not "students pay
present for the vote. and this would give X
TWA"f X
Five senators voted against the bill: Curtis Peterson, D- explained.
Eaton Park; Kenneth Plante R.Winter.Park} Henry Sayler, In I defense of
R-St. Petersburg; Vernon Holloway, D-Miami; Thomas students are the
Tobiassen, R-Pensacola. interests are not j
THE COMMITTEE, VOTED 5-3 in opposition to the Mautz however,
student-regent proposal after hearing arguments from State Board of Regents -'-' 1M'.
University System Chancellor-designate E.T. York and a of a special,
spokesman from the Florida Student Lobby (FSL). Mautz said the j
FSL assistant director Randy Voorhees, who was supposedto administration and
speak in favor of the bill, instead "presented a negative would also want a
view" which workers in both the Senate Education Committee regents
office and Gordon's legislative office ,blamed for the bill's credibility.
setback. "I believe that in ( ) Robert Moutz-
Mike Hammond FSL managing director, said, he had been destructive to the
"very confident for ,the bill until Voorhees spoke" and Gordon argued r,1
blamed the negative presentation for the bill's initial defeat. an interest group a grateful fordefeat.
Hammond said Voorhees' testimony was in "direct Students deserve ,
conflict" with the lobby's actual stand. "main consumers
ministrators do not

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'. By {) BOOTH will, be,open,from 8 a.m.

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G A light, voter president; Dan Lobeck, vice president;
sR'0i' Government 'treasurer; Byron Petersen, Honor Court
s dependent slater Sue Connelly,'Traffic Court Chief Justice.
Voting booths will 'party'candidates are: Alyce McAdam,
Students will need a ; Huerta, vice president; Greg Sherman,
ID. preferably a ; Ayres, Honor Court chancellor and Bob
director of elections Court Chief Justice.
Greg Enholm. : Organization party,candidates are:
-*, at "Students who do presidentr Ilene Young,. vice president! ;
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Students at Brown U. -" .,. Wednesday\ / capsule" .




begin 1-week boycott .


50 foreigners trappedin

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (UPI>-Brown University students Brown President Dr, Donald Hornig said $2 million must
demanding their Ivy League school do more for them, be sliced from next year's budget because the nation's seventh Cambodian capitalSAIGON 1
boycotted classes Tuesday in a spring festival atmosphere.On oldest institution of higher leaning has been losing $4 million
the first day of the week-lorg boycott hundreds of yearly. ;
students roamed the college green, distributed leaflets for While saying the strike is a "very wrong thing) ," Hornig (UPI) About 50 foreigners and Cambodianswho
various causes, picknicked and formed singing and poetry expressed admiration for the students interest."I worked tor U.S. agencies are trapped inside the
reading groups. think that they are genuinely concerned in making their shrinking perimeter of Phnom Penh and are unable to get
Pickets were set up outside several administration and concerns felt and are articulating them," he said. out. reports reaching Saigon said today.
classroom buildings.The The reports came from a Saigon-based newsman who flew
students, unhappy with the administration's proposed over the encircled Cambodian capital and talked with three
budget cuts for next year, voted by 3 to 1 Monday to boycott Americans on the ground by radio.
classes this week. The trustees will meet on campus Saturdayto ERA is saved All reported they were unhurt, but said that all foreigners
take final budget action. except ,four newsmen wished to leave and had asked for
During a convocation and rally'at Sayles Hall, which the emergency helicopter evacuation.New .
student coalition renamed "People's Hall," student leaders from N.C. deathRALEIGH York Times newsman Sydney Schanberg told the press
called for solidarity and urged students to oppose the ad- plane "the situation is critical" in Phnom Penh.
ministration's "shallow logic" in explaining budget cuts. Schanberg one of the four who have indicated they want to
(UPI!) The North Carolina House of stay through the expected fall of Phnom Penh to Khmer
Representatives gave a key second reading approval to Rouge insurgents, said French Embassy officials had agreedto
CIA papers go ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment Tuesday by a allow an evacuation helicopter to use its front courtyard fora
margin of two votes. Action also is possible on the amendmentin mercy flight.
three other states this week. But there was no indication a helicopter could be found.
The House voted 60-58 for tentative approval of the
the SenateWASHINGTON
to measure, the subject of weeks of intensive lobbying. A third,
and final reading on the measure is expected Wednesday.The .
(UPI) The White House has given roll call vote followed three hours of debate before a 'Booze to bingo'willcost
sensitive intelligence documents to a special Senate com- gallery packed for hours before the start of the session.At .
mittee, including the report that CIA Director William Colby the outset of the debate, supporters of ERA won a key
wrote to answer allegations his agency engaged in domestic procedural test by the same two-vote margin that gave it more for BritonsLONDON
spying it was announced today. tentative passage.
Press Secretary Ron Nessen told reporters that the Colby The 60-58 procedural vote ruled out of order a proposal to
report was delivered Monday to the investigating committee require a three-fifths majority, instead of a simple majority, (UPI) The Labor Government today clob-
headed by Sen. Frank Church: D-Idaho. for ratifiaction in the house. bered Britons with tax hikes hitting everything from booze to
The documents the committee received, according to Providing the measure gets past the House easy passage is bingo and taking more than $2.4 billion out of their pocketsas
Nessen, included some printed addenda White House copiesof expected in the North Carolina Senate, although it was beaten its answer to inflation.
all executive orders relating to the structure aad charter of there two years ago. Announcing this to a grimly silent House,of Commons
the Central Intelligence Agency and a number of highly The amendment, requiring ratification by 38 states before Chancellor of the Exchequer Denis Healey said huge tax
classified national security council directives. 1979 to become part of the constitution has been approved by increases and slashed government spending were unavoidablein
David Belin. executive director of a Presidential com- 34 states to date. order to pull Britain out of her current inflation fueled
mission investigating the CIA, said Monday it has found no Legislative debate on ERA is scheduled this week in.two economic crisis.
"credible"evidence the CIA was involved in the assassinationof other states Florida and Missouri, and is possible in a third, Healey warned that the world economic recession is the
President John F. Kennedy. Illinois. grimmest since the 1930s..,



I House nixes reduced marijuana Paula Revere replaysthe



penalties law by.. 94-20 vote Paul Revere ride

BOSTON. (UPI-Shouting) "big business is coming," a
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) The House indicated The amendment would have reduced penalties of an ounceor petite college coed galloped away from the Old North Church
Tuesday it will take a hard line in 1975 against reformingstate more of marijuana from a maximum of five years in prison Tuesday on "the daylight ride of Paula Revere."
marijuana laws as the legislators rejected by a 94.20 votea and a $5,000 fine to a one year in jail or a$1.000 fine. Debby Imershein, 21. of Stanford. Conn., and a senior at
move which would have eased penalties for possessing the The House did not vote on the bill (HB 117)), which calls for Simmons College, made the noontime ride to kick off activities
drug. harsher penalties for sellers of hard drugs. of the People's Bicentennial Commission. The group is
Rep. George Sheldon. D-Tampa, Unsuccessfully attemptedto dedicated to "democracize our economy" said its co-director: :
tack on an amendment to a drug bill which would have Sheldon, who has a separate bill to reduce penalties for Jeremy Uflcin.
reduced penalties for marijuana possession. Sheldon, a fresh-, first-time possession of marijuana to a $100 fine, said the Imershein dressed in a burgundy tri-cornered hat and
man ,who campaigned on marijuana reform, proposed a average jail sentence for possessors of one ounce or less in brown cape of colonial style rode alone through the streets of
suggestion of making possession of one ounce or less of Florida is 2.7 years. The average term for persons convictedof Boston-first through the city's financial district then on to
marijuana punishable by a first degree misdemeanor instep having 100 pounds or more of marijuana, he said, is 3.5 Boston Common and into the business area to catch the
of a third degree felony. luncheon crowds.

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Tuition, proposal l sent to legislatureBy



DEBBIE IBERT sophomore level courses $15 per credit hour for junior and
Alligator Staff Writer senior level courses $20 per hour: for graduate classroom

programs and $22 per hour for graduate thesis programs.
Gov. Reubin Askew and the Cabinet acting as the State STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM CHANCELLOR Robert

Board of Education passed along a proposed increase in Mautz said the regents sent their fee proposal to the Board of

unive&ity tuitions to the legislature Tuesday without Education "in the belief that Cabinet approval was

recommendation fof approval or disapproval.The necessary," under the 1974 Administrative Procedures Act.
tuition hike proposed by the Board of Regents would The APA requires that regents'rules and policies be actedon

,charge students $14, a credit hour for freshman and by the Cabinet "within 30 of the
days regent vote on the '1'Zs
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Mautz said the proposed tuition hike is a "fee resolution"and

5 not a regents rule, but the proposal went to the Cabinet
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a 'YF tt /anyway, because it was not clear, whether the fee resolutioncame
under the APA and required action either approvalor
disapproval from the Cabinet.

> zi'ANN > THIS IS THE REGENTS' first year of operating under the .
APA Mautz said. sk Ys r
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In previous years, fee resolutions were sent directly to the h

legislature for approval, denial 'or amendment. If the

legislature took no action the proposed fee structure
automatically became reality.
The question of whether "fee resolutions" need approval

: from the Cabinet was settled by the governor and his attorneys -
; according to Mautz.

"The governor consulted with his attorneys and decided it
(the fee resolution)doesn't need to come before the Cabinet. .

that it was a matter between the Legislature and the
fo '
y crat regents," Mautz said.

Claude Anderson the governor's education advisor, said it
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was a '"matter interpretation" whether the fee proposal is a
rule or a resolution and whether it needs Cabinet review or


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said Education Commissioner
Ralph Turlington '- or
RALPH TURLINGTON resolved the matter by recommending that the fee proposal GOV. REUBIN ASKEW :

I .recommended cabinet bypass bypass Cabinet action and go directly to the legislature. NO APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL ;I




I Black students name Marston others in suit I



By STUART EMMRICH Tindell says the current HEW plan which is now being "academies, faculty and career service employes,"
Alligator Staff Writer monitored by Washington officials discriminates against

blacks and Florida A and M University (FAMU). TINDELL CHARGED THAT programs at FAMU have
"- Four'black state university system. students have filed a '"JUST BECAUSE HEW accepts something doesn't meanit suffered over the years because of heavy support of UF's
class action suit charging a "dual system of higher education" is constitutional" Tindell argued citing a similar class Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS).
discriminatory to blacks exists in .Florida, naming UF action suit in Mississippi. Tindell said both schools started out as dealing with

President Robert Q.. Marston and 53 other state officials as Tindell explained that the U.S. Department of Justice agricultural matter but the programs at IFAS were the ones

defendents.The "intervened in behalf of the plaintiffs" in a suit brought to get the top priority.
suit specifically challenges the desegregation plan against the HEW desegregation plan in that state. "IFAS has always been the sacred cow, you touch it and
approved by the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Bringing suit against the state are Virginia Stallworth from you get burned." Tindell charged. G

Welfare (HEW). FAMU, Evelyn Gilbert of Florida State Charlene Sanders IFAS with 1,430 students was appropriated approximately
The suit charges that the,HEW plan is unconstitutional and Paulette Armstead both of University of South Florida $32 million this year, compared to $13 million for FAMU,
because it "does not dismantle a dual system of higher (USF). with more than 4,000 students enrolled.

,education in Florida",. Nathaniel Tindell, a lawyer for the Filed in the Tampa Division of U.S. District Court on April BOUTWELL EXPLAINED THAT only 10 per cent of
students said. 4,the suit charges continued discrimination against blacks inFamous IFAS funds went to teaching, and the rest was for researchand
field work around the state.

of The suit also contends the state is "not committed" to
poets part symposiumfeaturing
improving the programs at FAMU and instead had spent
I money to purchase New College in Sarasota instead of im-
proving facilities at FAMU.

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Voting
By BRUCE MORRIS ON MONDAY, the panelists will be visiting UF poetry, (from page one)
Alligator Staff Writer engineering and humanities classes.
treasurer Mike Worrall, Honor Court
Although the guests will leave Monday, the conference will Anthony Lombardy. ;
chancellor and Shachat, Traffic Court Chief Justice.
Three internationally known poets will join a nuclear continue through Thursday, with Earth Day Tuesday, Energy Gary
candidates Richard "AlfredoFetticini"
physicist and a UF graduate research professor and poet for Day Wednesday and a guest speaker sponsored by Santa Fe olndependent "Family" are: '
Caminte vice
an "Energy and Consciousness" symposium here Saturday. College is scheduled for Thursday.The Snyder, presideet; -Anthony ,
i April 19. through Thursday April 24. guest speakers will be paid a $250 fee plus,their ex presideet; Jamie'"Hymie Goldberg" Kravit treasurer; ,and
Barzeri" Schwartz Traffic Court Chief Justice.
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Poets Allen Ginsberg 1974 National Book Award winnerfor penses. Marks said they usually get between $1,500 and Arthur "Luga
THERE ARE 111 students seeking 40 Senate seats and 35
"Fall of America," Gary Snyder'and Michael McClure $2.000 for a single speaking engagement.
will participate with UF's Howard Odum and nuclear students' seeking 17 Honror Court justice seats.
Director of Elections Scott Simmons said only.15 cent
physicist Henry Gomberg in, a panel discussion Sundayat 8p.m. per
of the student body,voted in last year's SG election.s
in University Auditorium.
Graham Pond "Because of the extra campaign restrictions placed on the
PRECEDING THIS on Saturday night at
Local and I election this year; I only expect 12 per cent of the student bodyto
)the four poets will conduct a poetry reading. poets. Simmons said.
vote,
musicians will also participate. .
I. THE FOLLOWING IS A list of voting booths with
The event ii being sponsored by the UC Student Council, T R Si. .t
Arts and Sciences Student Council, the Board of College corresponding colleges: McCarty Hall-agriculture; Architecture -
Center and Santa Fe; and Fine Arts-architecture and fine arts; Library
The
,Councils. Public Functions.. Energy ALLEN
West-arts and sciences; Matherly Hall-business administration -
Community College. UC Student GINSBERG .. .. ;' Norman Hall-education; Well Hall-
Neal Marks president'of
According to .1. \
Council, the sponsors hope to set a Guiness world record for .to speak atsymposium engineering; Larson-Denton Complex-engineering; Ross

;the largest number of people, who ever attended a poetry Hall-forestry; Stadium-journalism; Florida Gymnasium
basement-physical health and recreation; Medical Center

,recital. .". .....";' ..'.-. .... second floor, lobby-dentistry and health related professions,
THEY WILL NEED approximately 4.500 people he said.\ medicine nursing and pharmacy. _

Assistant. ,Professdr{Eflgtish,f David'I Rtbmann said .the Enholm said there would be wooden ballot! boxes in Yon
purpose of the conference is'"ta draw attention to the fact" Hall. McCarty Hall and in the Medical Center for nursing

that our present culture is only possible because of exploitation f students only. _

', of cheap fossil fuels."* All students registered in University College can vote at any
It will focus on Odum's research which has shown that ". of the following locations: Broward-Rawlings Area,Carlton

other forms of energy cannot maintain our society. at its.same. $ Auditorium Graham Hall Hume Hall, Jennings Hall
level of luxury. he said. Murphree Area. Tolbert Area and Yon ,Hall.

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By LESLIE GOLAY cellor candidate Ben Ayers and Traffic,Court
Alligator Staff Writer chief justice candidate Bob Lindgren, each
gave $300. Treasurer candidate Greg 'wheref'students
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The Action party has spent the most on Sherman gave $200. To; \ gine a university ;
their campaign among the four parties All other contributions to,the' Florida > V4
contending for Student Government seats as Student Party were less than $20. have absolutely no
of midnight April 14. THE GRO contributions included a $465
Expenditures for Action party totaled contribution from presidential candidate control over funding discussions .
$2,363.44; expenditures for Florida Student Ross Thompson, $90 from treasurer can
! party SI,813.63; and expenditures for didate Anthony Lombard!, and $40 from vice course selections, teacher
Grassroots Reform Organization (GRO), presidential candidate Ilene Young.
$480.50. Honor Court chancellor candidate Mike evaluations or the like.
THE NEW SG election code, which greatly Worrall, and Traffic Court chief justice
limits all SG campaign spending, requiresthat candidate Gary Shachat did not contribute to Students would sim'plyatte d
parties submit their total expenditureseach the campaign.All .
Monday to the director of elections. other contributions to the GRO party
The Independent "Family" party did not were less than $20. class and absorb what was of-
submit any campaign expenditures to Scott
Simmons elections director. fered.
Simmons said if they did not spend
anything then they did not have to file a You would not hear Jane Fondaor
' report. The party could not be reached for Communityart

comment. Jesse Jackson on this campus,
ACTION PARTY also had the most money
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contributed to their campaign with $2,550.84. festival would instructors l have incentive -
Florida Student party had the second largest nor
amount of contributions with$1,907.27. GRO
had $615.00 in contributions.In to respond to students'needs

Action party,presidential candidate Jim scheduledThe
Eaton was the highest contributor giving Tuition increases would be
$500; next was treasurer candidate Caleb
Tumbling Creek Art Festival will be instead of
Grimes giving $300. Vice presidential $30-hr. $2-hr.
3 P.K. School.
candidate Dan Lobeck gave $200. Traffic held Saturday, May at Yonge
Court chief justice candidate Sue Connellygave The festival will present gymnastic The students would surely rise
and dramatic and artistic exhibitions in an at-
$50 Honor 'Court chancellor

candidate The following Byron Peterson people, other gave $12.than party the tempt kids to "get here,"the according community to involved instructional with up in complaint, but for the Iqck or
media coordinator Bob Cache.
candidates have made contributions above
Cache said all crafts exhibited studentsand the state and
$20 Action by organization
to the Party: J. Garrett $50; R.
(faculty members will be for sale.
McCollough. $50; Bill Rubin, $20; Rodney
Margol. $20; David Cardwell, $20; Joe Rugg university bureaucracy would
$20; Steve Spitale $20; Susie Harris,$20; W., Form workers
Prothero. $20; Douglas Bowdin, $20; Sandra fend them off easily.
Lee Goldberg, $20; Kristin Kleppe. $20; and seek
Patrick Fekany, $20. organizer/
THE FOLLOWING fraternities have
contributed $50 to Action: Sigma Phi Ep- Recruitment interviews for students interested
silon, Phi Kappa Tau Beta Theta Pi, and in becoming United Farm Workers
Alpha Tau Omega. boycott organizers will be held Friday from 9
Presidential candidate for Florida Student, a.m.-7 p.m. in rooms 361 and 362 of the J. A government composed of
Party Alyce McAdam was the largest con Wayne Reitz Union.
tributer to that party, giving $500. Three Students'accepted will recieve free room students is 'a worthwhile
system.
other candidates vice presidential can- and board,$5.00 per week and transportationcosts
didate Bubba Huerta, Honor Court chan- while on the job.

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By JOANNE KOHL, The proposed room rates for the North Hall .
Alligator Staff Writer Co-op are more expensive than the rates for .
those co-ops already on campus; however the .
A new and different kind of co-op is being co-op will provide options available in the .
planned to house students next fall in Tolbert full-service residence halls at a l less expensiverate. .
area's North Hall.. .
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Marshall Em as, a UF student who is .
chairman of the project,said the co-op whichcan NEXT FALL, room rates for other coopson a
house 165 men has air-conditioning in campus will be$100 for a double SilO tor .
each room with optional private telephonesand a single. .
refrigerators available.These luxuries are In other residence halls the cost for an air- ..
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not available in the co-ops now operating on conditioned double will be from $205 to S215, .
campus and an air-conditioned single will cost S235. .
THE CO-OP WILL be run by the students, Those interested in the co-op should .
and each student will be responsible for one to contact Emas by Thursday,when the housing .
one and a half hours of maintenance each department will decide whether or not enoughare .
week. interested to form the co-op. So l tar, Emas .. ..
Quarterly room rates for the North Hall Coop has signed up 81 people,but needs 19 more to
will be SI45 lor double rooms, SI55 for begin the project.For Q wed. April 23 DORM RAT FINALS =
single' rooms. There will be an additional information on the co-op, contact
charge for private telephones and Emas at 432 Tolbert Hall or call him at 392- I = Universty Auditorium =

refrigerators. 8119. i sat. April.. 26 NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND!


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Students will need a current fee card and said there was an error in the SG produced = sun. April 27 PANCAKE BREAKFAST !
i another ID,prefarably a picture ID,to vote in advertisement in Tuesday's ,Alligator. Theadvertisement .. Jennings: 9am to noon .
today's Student Government elections. stated students would need a
Jeff Heekin. assistant director of elections current fee card student ID and another ID. a." Mon April 28 DORM WEEK PARADE !

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.1" ,' .' < Alligator Staff Writer The I fellowships! were offered to students
l /'riIJ who had already been screened by college
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V" ti :. offered graduate fellowships for 1975.76 have awards.
accepted a 10 per cent increase over last year. MORE STUDENTS than could actuallybe
r: '" according to Michael Wahl.! Graduate School l funded by the fellowship allocation were
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UF officials had expected a lower acceptance think the graduate school had over-
: : .5 rate this year because funds tor committed its resources.
fellowships were not available until past the He explained a 75 per cent acceptance rate
regular notification period. was estimated by UF officials before the offers
However. Wahl attributed the increase to \\eremailedoutandthenumberof.ac'eptances -
THE CHOICE IS I YOURSThe "tight money all over" tor graduate programs so far was in line with estimates.
across the country. Approximately 30 per cent of the
WAHL EXPLAINED other states have had fellowships have gone to UP students. Wahl
to cut back on their graduate awards which !said.
past few
days you have heard
claims
meant that more of the students
top were Although a tuition hike approved by the
proposals, and charges from various candidates available, Board of I Regents would raise beginning
for Student Body offices. A careful study of all the Although the recommended state budgetnow graduate students tuition from $16 to$20 per
contenders will reveal that ONE party stands far before the legislature appropriates no credit hour the fellowship grant is the sameas
funds tor fellowships. UF officials decidedtwo this year's 3240.
above the rest in qualifications, past service, and weeks ago to release SI00,000 I from Other The tuition hike is now being considered by
genuine concern for students rights ACTION. Personnel Services allocations to fund some. the legislature.

We know we can do the job it's up to you to let -
us try. Housing auiae availableHelp .

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is on the way for those students tryingto Carl Opp supervisor of ofl'-campus
VOTE find,an apartment for next fall. housing said the list does not include single-
A list of the apartments available fall unit dwellings or duplexes. Information on
quarter will be ready for distribution at the these apartments may be obtained at the OtTo .
Off-Campus Housing office on, SW 13th Campus Housing office. I
cTIoq Street and Museum Road on Thursday. Opp also said off-campus housing would I
help students locate an apartment. Those I
Published each year the list contains information students who need help must till out a requestfor
about apartment complexes in assistance form available at the Off
make it happenPd. Gainesville consisting of six or more units. Campus Housing office.A .
The list gives the name of each apartment its summary bulletin which gives pointerson
Pol. Adv. By Ken Harrison, Campaign Treasurer size and features, rates and terms and the what to look for in an apartment.is also
telephone number. available, at the Off-Campus Housing office.

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in Sun/and/ abuse caseBy .


DAVID KLEIN attorney's office he never reported incidentsof

Alligator Managing Editor child abuse.

Price has been granted immunity from

County Court Judge Kathy Wright Tuesday prosecution by the state attorney's office. .

ordered three counts dropped against one of All three witnesses said Henley the immediate -
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three Sunland Training Center employes supervisor at Holly Cottage told

standing trial for charges stemming from them not to report cases of child abuse.

alleged incidents of child abuse. According to Lee Henley told him em
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Lewis Y. Bohannon. 1020 NW 42nd Ave.. ployes "should stick together." s SS?

had three counts of failure to report assaultson Lee claimed after one particular incident of

residents of Sunland's Holly Cottage child abuse Henley told him everyone would

dropped because he did not actually see the deny it had ever occurred.

alleged assaults. IIENLEY, AS COTTAGE supervisor is

Bohannon is still on trial for one count of charged with not reporting alleged assaults

failure to report an assault. after other employes brought the cases to his
THE OTHER TWO defendants in' the attention.

trial which began Tuesday are Theodore Bohannon is still charged with one count of

Henley of Trenton charged with two countsof not reporting an assault because Lloyd

failure to report assaults and David testified he saw Bohannon watch as Fleming iir _

Fleming charged with four counts of assault allegedly beat a Sunland resident. wrt

and battery on Sunland's Holly Cottage The three counts dropped against

residents and four counts of failure to report Bohannon came from incidents at which he

the assaults. was not present and had only indirect

Three witnesses called by Asst. State Atty. knowledge.All .

Maurice Giunta said they saw Fleming strike Sunland employes are required to sign a

Sunland clients. statement saying they have read pertinent

Michael Price a former Holly Cottage Florida statutes requiring them to report

parent, and Councille Lee and Daniel Lloyd cases of child abuse. ,
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detailed four separate incidents on Nov. IS attorney Stephen Lubow of Miami none of The weather's getting war

1974 in which Fleming hit, kicked or slapped the residents allegedly assaulted ever complained mer. you get out your shorts and

teenage residents. or showed evidence of harsh treat. lighter tops. But what do you do for

Price claimed child abuse was widespreadat ment. your feet? The answer is cushioned

Sunland and was "pretty common ALL THREE OF the prosecution ii innersoles leather uppers and

knowledge' even among Sunland ad eyewitnesses admitted they never took a rubber ,soles-it's sandals
ministrators.Price mistreated resident to the Sunland clinic. sponge
said he saw cases of child abuse on his Sunland's staff psychologist staff by Bart Carleton; in three styles just
$20 for the thong; $23 for the other
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HE ADMITTED THAT during his employment barber all said they knew the clients well styles.In .

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that until he reported this case to the state about any mistreatment.



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IMPACT 1 lout by last year's "IMPACT" and ,this year's "ACTlON"/The platforms

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New in Gainesville EOOCA\M., the 1 The Independent florida Alligator Wednesday,April 16. 1975;Page
college needs on active
spokesman and I feel that I Nine candidates '
8Q Q LAAeutcano\ \ CQestau ant can coming be that when person.the The college time Is running


REAL MEXICAN and might me its lose programs.fight it for accreditation.Help the Vote college for. in city commission racesBy

FOOD VOCAl LEADERSHIP.

ON APRIL 16, SIIEILA SIMLER mission's analysis of unifying Gainesville and
VOTE DAVID PAYNE for Alligator Staff Writer Alachua County governments.AL .
Village Square SENATE EDUCATION.pd Nine candidates have qualified for the MUZZELL, a 33-year-old ,Ft.
2409 SW 13th St. 377-5151 pol.ad., group one and two city commission seats up Lauderdale native and Gainesville architect is
pd.for by Leonard Payne for grabs in the May 6 city elections. concerned with broadening the tax base "to
The qualifying. period ended Tuesday at 5 reduce the homeowner burden."
Muzzell said he also'"wants to hold the line
p.m.Six
candidates will vie for the group two on property taxes if possible.".
seats presently held by MayorCommissionerNeil The budget and the priorities of citizens
Butler and three for Commissioner must.be decided he said. "The willingness to
Joseph Little's group one seat. pay for (services) is split:'
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THE SIX CANDIDATES for the group two THIS IS Muzzell's second try at winningthe
seat are: Aaron Green Elizabeth Ann commission race.
Winnie. James Shelton. Al Muzzell. James James Hyland is running as the "com
Hyland and T.E. "Ted" Williams. plaining taxpayer and worried citizen." He isa
Running for the group one seat are: incumbent maintenance electrician at the UF physical
Joseph Little Wayne Harley and plant. .
George Linzamayer HI. Hyland said he is "a worried citizen
The Last Word AARON GREEN, a 28-jear-old' life-long because of the definite trend toward Socialist
: Gainesville resident is currently a practicing government. ,
attorney with the law firm of Mickle,Harris & "I BELIEVE THERE is too much
Green. Green said he offers a "non-special government in my private life." he said.
interest balanced, humanistic, business-like T.E. (Ted) Williams served twice as Mayor-
realistic and professional approach to the Commissioner and six years as city commissioner
diverse problems of our local government." He said "excessive utility rates is
Green said he plans to"trim the fat" in city the real issue the most important facts have
government running it like a business on a never been revealed and the public has been
budget it can afford. shielded from them."
VOTE Green said he is in favor of consolidation of Williams favors appointment of a citizens
city and county into one government, citing panel to investigate the overall utility system.
financial savings and more direct WILLIAMS wants the unification issue
representation for local government agencies. decided by citizens. He is"a strong and vocal
"DUPLICATION OF SERVICES is opponent of duplication of services and piece-
financially wasteful and inefficient" Green meal consolidation," he said.

said."When Running for group one seat are Little,
government cannot meet its budgetand Harley, and Linzmayer.
wants to spend more it just reaches down Harley,a 27-year-old UF psychology major
into the pockets of the taxpayer. The buck believes people need a candidate to get
Today is election day stops here with ,Aaron Green, to coin a government to leave them alone. Harley is a
phrase," he said. libertarian who is campaigning against
-This is Green's first attempt at elected government that interferes with private lives.
'politics. He is a former Alachua County HARLEY FAVORS voluntary taxation
Public School teacher and restaurant owner. instead of the current method of "forcible"
Elizabeth 'Ann Winnie, a 27-year-old attorney taxation. He also opposes unification of the
Together we can
with the Winnie and Winnie law firm city and county governments.
.has been a Gainesville resident since 1969 Harley said he opposes the city's operatinga
Winnie 'described herself as definitely not a utilities system. He prefers supporting
realistic politican. It is her first time running for capital facilities charges and impact fees
create
a office. which would make new customers pay the
Winnie said she favors governmental cost of expansion to serve them.: 1
unification and can serve the community with Incumbent commissioner Little is a 39-
,new ideas. She stressed the need for city and year-old Asheville N.C.;,'native and UF law
Student Government.But county'planners to work closer together on professor.
projects. "Reorganization of local governments is
,WINNIE SAID SHE ALSO believes the the greatest long-run need of our communityand
city should encourage a broader range of fiscal management is probably the.
employment opportunities for members of the greatest short-run need," Little said.
only if you vote. community. LINZMAYER qualified for the group one
Winnie teaches business law at UFo seat just before deadline. Linzmayer a
.. James Shelton born in West Virginia and Gainesville native;said, "It's about time thata
raised in Miami said he is concerned with the few working men have a voice in the
city's'. current economic' state and with government."
providing jobs for unemployed city residents Linzmayer said he has not yet taken a
particularly young people. stance on any issues but would like to save
Shelton said he supported expansion of the the city money. He said the proposed
;' < Vote For The recreation..areas now owned by the city to unification plan would probably save money..
I provide employment for construction workers Linzmayer is a butcher and owns; George's
and recreation ,counseling and, supervisionjobs Retail Meats.
l for.young people. All registered voters may cast their ballots
Shelton said he is currently studying the on May 6 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 20 has
, proposed ',Local Government Study Com been set for a run-off if needed.


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Designed by the airlines to lure more customers,

it saves them money by offering virtually no

service. Passengers just pile into the plane with

their peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and Kool

Aid while their somewhat better off fellows up

front dine on lobster and champagne or chicken

and Coke depending on which class they're in.

Always a body to recognize a good thing when

,.., they see it, the Board of Regents has been quick to
adopt an interesting variation of the no frills flight.

They call it no frills education.Still .

in the planning stages, the special four year

package will include "overcrowded classes, fewer

teachers and teaching aids and fewer programs. Tom Wolfe thinks too
The idea is quite similar to the no frills flight SOS

with one bizarre twist., While the airlines offer no

frills for less money, the regents want to charge,
more. Those of us wandering sprinkler-soaked sidewalks on something that enriched one's conversation in matters of
Thus they have offered to state legislators for campus wondering why our personal tastes never seem to Culture. Now it was an absolute necessity (before you could
match the ideals often attached to the art works of look at ). It music..
lofty so even a painting was no.longer background
their approval (if they deign to look at it at all, it "
today can now celebrate the emergence of a like-minded It was an essential hormone in the mating ritual.
makes no difference to the regents) an across the public supporter in the guise of Tom Wolfe.
board tuition hike for the next academic year. Wolfe is an outspoken proponent of"New Journalism" and
Realistically the regents themselves can hardlybe author of"Electric Kool-aid Acid Test," a multi-level sojourninto t

blamed, they've been? saddled with a skimpy the counter-culture of the 60s. [L OPINIONAND ]
THE APRIL EDITION of Harper's Magazine offers arather
operating budget and they feel they need the extra lengthy treatise of Wolfe titled, "The Painted Word

tuition money to squeeze through the next year. which decries current art practices advocating that, "withouta _
But will they get it? Depends on who you ask. theory to go with it, I can't see a painting."
If you ask SUS Chancellor-Designate E.T. .wolfe goes on to explore the history of modern painting IN A PARTICULARLY ironic paragraph an irony
York he'll)) tell you there's ,"no question" the since the turn of the century in an attempt to trace the trends which permeates the entire article Wolfe postulates, "First
legislature will earmark the extra tuition money; to which demanded of the public. "If a work of art or a new style you do everything possible to make sure your (Art) world is

the universities.But anti-bourgeois that it defies bourgeois tastes, that it mystifiesthe
mob the public, that it outdistances the insensible

if you ask Sen. Bob Graham (D-Miami PAUL SCI1ULKE middle-class multitudes by light years of subtlety and intellect
it. and then, having succeeeded admirably, you ask with a
Senate Education Committee, he may hedge on
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,sense,of 'sec-what-I-mean? outrage: look, they don't even
In fact he'll probably tell you it ain't necessarily so. L GUEST .COLUMNIST buy our products! (Usually referred to as 'quality Art')."
In the past, extra revenue generated by tuition '
has always more: or less automatically gone back to The article J suggests that modern painting has'devolved intoa
the universities.But process of elimination whereby all preceding Art down
times all and this disturbed you, it was probably good work. If you hated it it through'the ages must be mercilessly shucked in deference to
are tough over year "
was'probably great. anything new and different from the established norms. Or
Florida is facing the largest cutback in state According to Wolfe, a tight-knit community of 10,000 novelty for its own sake.
spending in its history, slashed by almost .$252 controls the buying and selling, acceptance or rejection of

million from last year to $4.49 billion. current art worldwide. Modern Art has become a medium where theory eclipses
Hard pressed legislators may very well considerthe THE NOTION THAT the public 'accepts or rejects content, where the trappings of craft outshine the meager
tuition fair to into anything in Modern Art the notion that, the public scorns.. offerings of art-message-the attempt to illuminate a little
extra money game pour ignores fails to comprehend, allows to whither,crushes the, bit of mankind mankind..*
other'areas like overcrowded prisons and rising spirit of, or commits any other crime against Art or any individual ...
welfare costs. artist is merely a romantic fiction' ,' a bittersweet' Wolfe, quotes art 'critic Harold. Rosenberg as saying,
Of course there's always the chance that the Trilby sentiment." ,:. "Considering the degree to which it is publicized and feted,
lawmakers may stop to consider the possible wrathof The article then explains the meteroric rise in importance vanguard painting is hardly bought at all." Perhaps because a

the 100,000 students in the SUS before of Art theory."A great deal of "vanguard" Art:offers no lasting appeal. to the
or so
before Art had been "
hundred merely
making such a move. : years theory; buying public., ;. .: I'

But we doubt it. "ok,. ,
:, ;; ,Ron Cunningham .. David KI.ln
Legislators have learned to play 'the averages. The Edltor-In-Chlef
'Independent ., onOSIlngEdltor
They can pretty well figure how many of UF's .. ;
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27,000 students are going strenuously object to Florida C G.org.'Kochani.c Donna tlrugmon
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anything they do up there.. \ .... Alligator Photo Editor ,: ; :. '.Layout: ,

Maybe the. 16.5 per cent! who Voted in 'last : till Lllttt\..: u ,'I '. 4. .. Minds elmon .. ,.. Jody Carlin
spring's SG presidential 'elections, or the 11 per EP I" ,,;'" \; ,: ." .News Editor Layout Editor

cent who voted in last falls off-campus senateelections .

for example.The R.A. 'Tony' Kendzior. . . . . . .. .. .. :...;.ze1G.n.rolManog.r' .
fact is is goingto Jom.s V. Cook . . . .. . ,. ... . ... .. ... ...:Aulatont Gen.ral Manage Published by
no senator or representative Mrs. Evelyn a.st . . . . .. . .. .. ,.. . .. :{.i''.AdminIstrOtiv. Stant'c.. '
be too awfully antagonized by students who A in.Molphurs I . .. . .. .*. . .., .. .. .. ......... ."",ol'l t:...'11 fl""""",,,111.11"'. 1111'.
won't even take the time to pull a few levers :on C. Roy Shipp '". I '," :'.' ..;. -F' 'f',. :... .. .:.,... ..Iusln... Manager
.Tom MacNaryfaro..1 r.. ')' .. .. ,,1.;?. ..v.....,. .t. .....Accountant p. : "3266"'UnFbridb."ity
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We're not saying a high voter turnout in todays Donna Lubrano . . .. . . . . ... . . ...Advertising Coordinator 172Ss ::hind theUniversity'Coli.Atg.l I
SG election is going to shake up any bigwigs in Ac.y Harper . . . . . .. . . . . Special Sections Coordinator ',,, ..... tt:
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it can't hurt. Jil1' Espo.ito . . . . . . . . . .Editorial Production Manager Advertising and Production
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EDITOR While the recent pro and con !superior to total failure,
so even minimal
discussion in your editorial pages concerninggun success here would be
control legislation have been interesting, FURTHER GLOSSED superior to abolition.

several major areas of concern within this problem of symptom-disease OVER is the

topic have either been glossed over or ignored While handguns treatment. -
used
completely' Within the I.imis'( allowed I in such thousands of Americans are to kill or injure
this, I would like to to every year, the guns
i letter as try point out are only a symptom of the disease; the disease
of these unmentioned matters.
is
whatever
some
causes one human
Most serious of all, everyone has thus far the life of another. being to take

ignored one basic fact. That is, that for betteror That the intent
to kill
or injure another is
worse, ownership and usage of firearms is manifested
by the use of
a handgun in the
as basic a part of the American social fabricas final action is not to 1
pass guilt on to the
with the
there is. Along consumption of
weapon used. It is only because of their
alcohol the use of tobacco, and a myriad of relative use of ease that handguns are often
other social habits which do not, except chosen for this gruesome task.

economically, benefit the,society as a whole, If Captain Kirk's phasers ever become
the common possession and use of firearms is available they rather than our current

right in there with baseball, hot dogs, apple projectile-spitting weapons will be used and

pie and Chevrolet. someone will no doubt then clamor for phaser

LEGISLATION, WHETHER statutory or control legislation. By treating the symptom,
constitutional, is capable of altering social the disease will be allowed to continue. HCCOffiT

mores only so far then society enters into a Technology will come along and change the

period of non-acceptance, 'and finally symptom and everyone will wonder why the .
rejection, of the legislation. Witness the disease is still there.I .

Eighteenth Amendment. The attempt to DO NOT MEAN to that .- ;, .. .. .'.. ,'.
say any gun .
prohibit the consumption of alcoholic control legislation is useless and should not be .','.. ....

beverages within the society was ignored by a attemtped 1 only say let's use some intelligence
large large number of the members of the in doing so. ..

society the entire time it was in effect and In closing I would like to take issue with r.

finally rejected by the society as a whole a few your reasoning concerning the applicability of
years later through the legal process of repeal.It's the Second Amendment to modern life.
Final rejection !and legal demise only While it is true that an intent of the Second ',';

'bears witness to the ultimate truth of it's non- Amendment was to provide for a militia, it is
acceptance. The most noticable results of certainly not at all conclusive that this was the
that ill-fated dabbling in societal mores by only intent. You may quote from William O. .R

Congress were to have made criminals of Douglas all you want; many of his opinionshave
damn near everyone in the nation at one timeor died from their inherent weaknesses not

another, and to have created a mammoth far from where they were born, which often
black market for bootlegging thus giving seems to be somewhere out in left field of
organized crime a financial basis to foster its Candlestick Stadium. A great number of

growth to modern day proportions.Those legal scholars disagree with him quite ..
who advocate' the abolition of the pointedly about his views on gun control. ..

Second Amendment rights have not learned I would like to see you do an accurate, .
from the experiences of..the Prohibition experiment objective series on the applicability of the.
with the Eighteenth Amendment.To First Amendment to modern times using the
ban the legal possession of firearms would rationale of your arguments against the

make criminals 'out of tens of millions of Second Amendment. Surely, the First
Americans who would refuse to surrender Amendment was written in a time when the

. their weapons, create a black market of guns newspapers in this nation were often small,
sales through which organized crime could local, independently owned and operated

reap further profits, deny the legal use of a publications.
firearm to someone who might very well one TODAY, NEWSPAPERS are for all

day have a dire legitimate for such use and practical purposes huge business chains Added facts given
cause the damndest "get 'em while you can" owned and operated by very very, very few gun

buying spree of handguns you've ever i persons. These huee.? often multinational
imagined. Just as people frantically stock- corporations; often seem to engage in business

piled liquor just before Prohibition, people practices reminiscent of the nineteenth EDITORS In reference to You don't quote Boston almost anything possible to
would stockpile, in a collective sense, century robber barons more than they seem to your editorial in the April 8, Police Commissioner RobertJ. help instructors teach firearm .
firearms. reflect the openness and spirit of a free press. 1975 issue, yoif stated that big .di Grazia as saying that he: safety and proper handling.You .

UNFORTUNATELY, GUNS unlike Operating as monopolies, if not cartels, they city police chiefs and com. state that guns come
.attributed the
missioners jump from with less strict
are states
alcohol, sometimes outrightly strangle nearly gun
are not consumable Thus instead of stifle and in armed robberies and
unanimous in their laws which
to states are
advocacyof more
the stockpile gradually diminishing, it would competition in what is supposed to be a free stricter gun control burglaries to "social and stringent. You fail to state

only grow with time, as guns last tens to press. You ought to know. regulation. Would you pleasetell economic conditions, coupled that this has been illegal since
hundreds of years. Each one purchased in the As David Smith told me the New York us what polls you have with the criminal's awareness the passage of the Gun
black market would only add to the stockpile. Times who owns the Gainesville Sun seen to support this that once caught, he will be Control Act of 1968, and lack
So. the net result would be to have the people promised him that they would crush the statement? out on the.street again in no of enforcement of the existing
Possessing the largest number'of handguns in Alligator should it attempt to encroach upon The various polls which I time in other words, the federal law is responsible for
history defying the law while so doing, and the circulation of the Gainesville Sun. So have seen have had ratios failures" of the judiciary the existence of this type of
for between 60-40 and 70-30( in system. traffic. I do applaud
with no hope
probably sit, college
a rag
using them with, an increased there you
however, being the first
favor of stricter controls. your
Times won'tlet gun
York
frequency. All of which is, of course, directly growth, because the New How do you call this nearly You stated that part of the newspaper which I have seen
contrary to the legislative intent of the law you. Free huh? unanimous? You then quotedthe problem is that many of the which is supporting the NRA
|they the abolitionists would have passed a The question to be asked here, then, is Los Angeles County gun owners don't know howto statement, for minimum
law which would be largely unenforceable. whether or not the freedoms guaranteed to Sheriff and Newark Police use the guns safely, yet you sentencing for conviction of
While the possession of a handgun is a the press when it was gangling network of Director in calling for stricter don't state for public information certain felonies involving the
victimless crime it', small, local I. independently operated gun controls. that the National use of firearms or destructive
illegal or improper use
not victimless we've publications
; got their affiliated local
in Los through
200 that
which some years police Angeles say
thousands of victims buried all across the apply to a press of multi-national half the robbery suspects groups, will when asked, do David E. L. Smith
nation. into series
has turned a
Perhaps later
efforts should be
legislative in the free
be in the caught act are on
directed at the "victim" portion of the crime corporations which just happen to probation. 'You don't quote
by making! any crime created with a firearm a news business and who treat smaller com oil Police Captain Walter A. The Independent
capital offense. While one can debate the petitors in the "free" press just as the giant Pask at Tampa, Florida:
effectiveness treat their midget competition. Florida
of companies AlligatorSheila
penalties as a deterrent to a be
crime created in the 'heat of passion" there I THINK IF THE question were to in

are many examples of criminals who refrain answered using the rationale' you use "I attribute most of the Draper Gary BalonoffEnt.rtoinm.nt
from the use of firearms in their activities brushing aside the Second'Amendment you crime rise to this permissive Editor Associate Editor
and. to
!Because of the stiffer type penalties currently would come up with a most interesting society where anything goes.
In effect for such activity. \ou. unpleasant answer. With a recidivism I rate, of' 80, Doug Hatch

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For Quality EducationBoard Produced Digest

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of Regents member Marshall lot of ammunition when I speak around the he's known by legislators. "They may not by the Division Information A.
Harris made these points at a news state for more support for higher educa all like me, but"they respect my abilities Publication offi ml Sen notices let 4 to importantinformation rommunkote
conference ending his three-day official tion." f and dedication. ID students, faculty A
visit to campus Friday: 0 Faculty morale is "quite properly"bad. t "We're going to have to change tall,/ at flu-1 mi"truly of Florida/ ,
Students show by their questions The solution is not more dollars, but educational techniques whether we like it
"they're a hell of a lot smarter today than I to assure them "there's somebody out or not. If TV is a good teaching,tool, we,
was when I was their age." there fighting for the quality of higher ought to give universities the flexibility to
0 Faculty is open minded and "so good education." He said that's his and other decide." PERC HearingsDue
that my interraction with them gives me a regents Job. He thinks he's central because 6 Lump sum appropriations would not
require a large number of people "over
rp ai here" to support a significant program Completion
"over there." "We should make sure we
, have a good administration, ask them By May I
what they expect to accomplish, give them
the money without specifying what goes
for salaries, expenses and capital outlay Hearings to determine the appropriateunit
w and then hold them to the line for for collective bargaining for faculty in
tg + accomplishment." the State University System are expectedto
Board of Regents should emphasize be completed by May 1,according to the
planning and budgeting together,not have latest edition of the Board of Regents
them fighting each other. Memo.
0 Board of Regents must determine The Memo stated that hearings, which
what it wants the State University Systemto began March 10,are held each Wednesday
accomplish, and then work out with through Friday in various locations in
each university what it is to accomplish."We Tallahassee.
need 10 roles and scopes,not nine, one Already heard have been eight witnesses
for the Board." from the United Faculty of Florida, the
t "We won't abandon the'health center petitioner; the Board of Regents, with
Ala here even though it shouldn't have been approximately 25 witnesses and the
put here in the first place.We're not goingto American Association'of University Pro- '
make a great medical center by having fessors, with approximately 15 witnesses.
part of it here and part of it Miami. I have Other intervenors, in addition to the .
3R3Y changed my mind about patient admissions AAUP, yet to be heard are the Universityof
to the Teaching Hospital. I am Florida Health Center Faculty Associa-
convinced now that'it is consistent with tion, the University of Florida/Florida
education, but counties must pay the costs State University Law School Faculty
for indigent health care and not the Association and a faculty group from the
Teaching Hospital." University of Florida Institute of Food and
0 "I don't believe the system must limit Agricultural Sciences. According to
itself to one great university. You can't Memo, the Florida Engineering'Faculty
-- have excellence in everything.You have to Association appears to have dropped out
Gets Check for Her Idea ,plan and' be content with less than as intervenors.The .

Sandra Boals, Fiscal Assistant n In the Contracts and Grants section of Finance and across-the-board excellence." Public Employee Relations Com-
Accounting receives a $26 check from her boss, University Controller Joseph C. Hough, "I would rather educate fewer mission (PERC) has announced a dateit
for her money-saving idea,which will save the State approximately $260 per year. Mrs. students better. If that makes me an expects to render a decision.
Boals'suggestion Involved a change In the baling procedure, whereby accounts are not elitist, so be it."
billed until they, reach $100, rather than billing for an Insignificant amount. 0 "I don't know how long I will be a
Money-saving suggestions made by Career Service state employees under the State regent. I like a challenge, but then at a 2 Task ForcesEstablished
Awards Program resulted In a saving of public money totaling$193,873 during 1974,with given point,things usually get to going too
those making suggestions to Impruve efficiency or achieve economy In government easily. I would be content to go back to the
receiving 10 per cent of the first year's saving. Florida has now climbed to No. 1 spot legislature. I have no desire to be a For
among states in amount of awards paid by a state to inggestors. Since awards programwas full-time politician. Political ambition is
begun in 1968,suggestions have been implemented which resulted La a total saving of oftentimes a very deterimental factor in SUS OutreachThe
$1,341,786, with $139,000 paid to those making suggestions. Forms for preparing reaching national decisions."
suggestions are available at Job boards throughout the campus and at the main "I would not want' to change the recently-formed SUS Commissionon
information desk of the Division of Personnel Relations In the HUB. system of governance for higher educationin University Outreach and Services has
'. Florida." established two task forces-one con-
Discounts
w Employee To increase summer enrollment, cerned with educational services and the
Available at Inn Harris would require students who go four other with research and other services.
years to the same university to attend one The Educational Services group will
Faculty and staff members at the 'summer quarter or pay a fee "of $50 to' "explore ways the universities can help
University of Florida can receive a 25 per Career Service $75"for not doing sO before being awardeda people acquire skills, abilities and the
cent discount for a room at the oceanfront degree.Electrician knowledge base to shape and develop the
Sheraton Palm Coast Inn off AlA in Palm direction in which society will move, to
Coast south of Marineland. solve problems, and to improve commun-
According to John F. Bieleflelt, general ities and the quality of life."
manager of the Inn, room rental includes The Research and Other Services task
free greens fees, use of the Yacht Club, force will "explore the potential of the
tennis courts,and heated swimming pools. university research and service roles
The discount is available upon presentation serving mankind and the needs of Florida,
of a UF staff identification card.A to attacfr the problems of people, communities I
rate schedule of the Inn shows rooms I' 'f 4JJ .. local governments, industry and the
from$22 to$28 double occupancy and from state. Emphasis will be placed on the
$20 to $26 single through May 31, with High school, plus 3 years experience. Salary: $8,101 extension function of.the universities
children 18 and under free when sharing LPN License as art LPN by Florida State Board of Nursing. Salary: $6,451 whereby knowledge obtained through
adult's room. Medical Transcriber I-High school,35 wpm typing and passing medical terminology research is conveyed to the people who can
The' Inn is owned by the International test given by Personnel. Salary: $5,574 use it and applied to the satisfaction of
Telephone and Telegraph Co., which has Medical Transcriber H-High school, 2 years experience, 35 wpm typing, passing their needs.Mission oriented research will
been financially supporting and working Medical Terminology test, Salary: $5,971 be stressed. a means of meeting this
closely with the University in continuing Medical Technologist Degree in medical technology, Florida license. Salary:,$8,498 objective." '
education programs. Medical Technologist n. Degree in medical technology,Florida license., plus one year The Commission on University Outreachand
experience. Salary: $8,894 Service Is composed of citizens from
BOR Meeting May 5 Respiratory Therapist Completion of course in Respiratory Therapy, plus 3 years across Florida in business, industry,
A headline_ appearing in Tuesday's experience: Salary: $8,894 government, education and other areas
University Digest concerning the May Respiratory Therapist n Completion of course in Respiratory Therapy, plus 4 years who are attempting to provide a better
Board of Regents meeting was in error. experience. Salary: .$10,314 understanding of the mission of universities -
The meeting will be May 5 at 9:30: a.m. in Respiratory Therapist III -Completion of course in Respiratory Therapy, 4 years to the,state's citizens, as well as'to:
the University Center, Florida Atlantic experience and eligible for registry. Salary: $11,609 offer recommendations on possible in>
a University, Boca Raton. Steamfltter- High School plus 4 years experience. Salary: $8,101 provement of the SUS.Page .

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Alligator Staff Writer In a disaster but only If can provide for people students and citizens how to etl'ectively.deal SOME CIVIL DEFENSE workers feel
they know where
to with kind of disaster
find us any increased detente, with, traditionally' hostile!
:, Civil Defense workers In Alachua County A vast majority of the "The overall ,perspective is to focus on nations has fulled the government into
\chare a common ailment. Obscurity. supplied with crackers.county's shelters are natural disasters," Bogert said. '"We want to complacency at home.

Lack of public and governmental support persons can survive for About 110,000 get rid of the prophet ,of doom image of Budget cuts on a federal level have reduced

,cf civil defense,since the close of the Cuban pounds of crackers stored two weeks in on 500,000 predicting nuclear war," spending tor civil defense to one out'of every
missile crisis has led to efforts to change the shelters, said Mich, Hudson most of the thousandtax dollars, he pointed out.
nuclear-oriented image and increase public Civil Defense director. Alachua County While awareness and support ,are experiencing Bogert said 'that in the face of all tht

awareness. Although the some degree of success on a local negative aspects he encounters, if disaster
ROBIN TRUMBO county defense worker, old and "somewhat crackers are about I 13-years- level, the relationship of Civil Defense ith 'should strike, at least Gainesville residentswill

said the obvious change' will be in name. tor human rancid, they're not unfit" the federal government is by no means have a roof over their heads, and "10 year
consumption
changing our to by any means, successful. old crackers better "
"We are gradually name Hudson said. are than none.
Civil Preparedness Agency," NW''
Disaster
the "They wouldn't, fatten you, but they would
Trumbo said. "The agency is trying" to get keep you alive," Hudson said. And if 110,000
the doomsday image, Trumbo
away from persons were in the shelters it "might be a
added. little crowded, but better crowded than
Further efforts to increase public awareness dead."

include establishing a Civil Defense branchon Bogert also
stressed the desire to rid civil
the UP campus ,and the formation of a defense of its "holocaustic connotations."

staff citizen committee to "inform the "WE ARE PREPARED 'to deal with any

community." kind of disaster, whether it's man-made or
UF'S CIVIL DEFENSE coordinator natural," he said.

Herbert Bogert said the need for the campusto Although Gainesville has not experienced a

be involved in civil preparedness is disaster since 1964 when the county was hit bya

essential. hurricane the county civil defense group
Approximately 77 per cent of allGainesville's annually simulates emergencies for practice.

emergency shelters are locatedon Another facet of the new look for civil

the UF campus. defense is the Civil Defense Advisory Com
"The university provides 76 of metropolitan mittee. The two-month-old committee is

Gainesville's ,emergency shelters," Bogertsaid. made up of staff members and other "con 4 = EM6RGCNCY "
"We have to teach people how to use cerned citizens." sHi:6TEas Jdi

them." THE OBJECTIVE OF the committee is to
THE UNIVERSITY'S a veritable fortress make the role of civil preparedness a more

against disaster. Tigert, Matherly and Anderson active one by offering courses in "shelter
Halls, by virtue of their heavy brick management."

foundationsare all designated sanctions. Bogert, who is also chairman of the group,
"It's kind of like modern day Noah's said the committee is aimed at teaching







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A Session I:
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a fascinating blend
Seminar Leader James Shaw Southern
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of music, politicsromance ;
the story? of history's first woman conductor. Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.
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thoroughly unrepentant.
WednesdayApril

v Wed., April 6-7:00,9:30 7:3010 9:30p.m.
Lounges 122& 123
,l 2nd FLOOR AUD. 50 Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union and

the Career Planning and Placement Center.


IUWIUIIIUlIllIllIUIllIlIllIlIllIllIIllIlIlIlIIlI a Your j INDIAN DANCE PERFORMANCE

Sponsored the J.Wayne Relti Union,
1 NON-CREDIT C Allan Studies Deportment, Public Functionscl.ncesStudentCouncil
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and the Art*and
PAY' DAY E COURSES 3
a An Indian dance performance featuring three
a traditional cultural dances will b. presented' In the J.
There are openings In Wayne Reiti Union Ballroom at 8:IS p.m. on April) 18.
| the following courses. a Anjali the performer will b. giving her first performance
In the Southeastern United, States.
3 For more information CAREER FAIR DAY

THURS.. APRIL 17-7:00,9:30: : about times and I Mmissionisfreshoweverthoseomndingth.lndianFRI. I
details, call 392-1655 April dinner will get reserved seating
& SAT., APRIL 18 & 19- 500: 8:00: 11::00 come by Rm. 330, = 10.00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
or
J.Wayne Ritz Union' Only a of Mat will be available to
ndrngbhe
2nd FLOOR AUD. 50 JWRU. those not atts dinner

A program, designed to help women explore
Astrology II colleges, career and opportunities. INDIAN DINNER

Bridge II Information on career choices: Individual I In ,coordination with the dance performance, the J.
Wayne Reitz Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian
I OwnOrganic consultations, with representatives of all UFcolleges and
Grow Your ,cuisine.The dinner will precede theopportunity performance
) and variousPainting corporations.Panel will give people an to become
( Gardening acquainted' with food and music of India.
Would all persons who have
discussions and workshops conducted by Reserved seats for the dance performance will be
placed deposits on ourMiamiMadrid professional women on resume writings interviewing made ovalloblo to those attending the dinner. '
I Tickets $4.00 for U of F students $1.50 for
are non-
I I i charter f II g h t. techniques and opportunities. for'" students. '
JewelryConstruction 'women m various r feuional fields. 'j :
please"cont'I ac" the Program Beginning April 7, tickets will bevWfSaie. at the
Unlv.rlityBoICOIfIC. (Constan.Thea...) from 19 00 to
further information, call Claire Walsh : k
For 3921261.
at -
Office immediately ? 392.1 655 430: p.m., Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be
(Beqinninq: ) ,available at the door. Phone 392-1653 for reservations.
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or room 330, JWRU tiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'im' Sponsored by the Division' ol Student Affairs. '
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..... WHAT'S, HAPPENING Locker Room Sport Shop'sSUPER


SUMMER

'By TOM VEENSTRA tonight at 7, room 230 Larsen Hall. Featuredwill
Alligator Staff Writer be guest talk on 'mini-computers by Dr. '
Lipovski. For more information. call 392- SALEM

JFK ASSASSINATIONS The alleged conspiracy 7555.
to assassinate JFK will be the topic LECTURES A lecture on Transcendental
discussed tonight at 11 on WUFT Channel 5. Meditation is open to the public at the
Guests include Bob Katz of the Boston-based William Shands Hospital room H-611 .
Kennedy Assassination Bureau; Howard tonight at 8. For further information call: .378-. lrw'nrralttl-Sln'n1; ; Sport Shirt*.

Rothman.author of"Presumed Guilty;" and 2742 or 495.2654.ENGINEERING. .
Dr. Manning Dauer of the UF Political The Florida Engineering". :' Buy Two A t Reg.: Price. Get; Third Shirt FREE-; ;
Science department. Society will present"A night with the Deans :'A 1
a question and answer session tonight "fct
DEMOCRATS Democrats will meet
Young 7:30: room 349 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. TENNIS WEAR .
Thursday in Broward Dormitory room 100 at
For further information call Hal at 3927161.
7:30 p.m. For more information call Lisa SPEAKER Dr. Paul Mueller associate Buy One' Tennis Dress' At Reg.'' Price' &

CHINESE Sellers at 3732271.FILMS Two films "The professor of geochemistry will speak on the v (;.Second Dress' For Just 81.00 '
"Chemical Evolution of Magmatic Basalt"tonight
Kwelin" and "One Nation
Beautiful Many
at 8 in room 213 Floyd Hall. For
will be shown Maud Russell a
Peoples by TENNIS RACKETS
further information call 392-2233.
.
frequent visitor to China and publisher the MEETING The Gator Sail Club will meet
7:30 10'% Off On All Tennis' Racket Frames' :
at
Far Eastern Reporter Thursday : p.m.
in 363 J.
tonight at 7:30: room of.the Wayne
in the medical science auditorium.Admissionis Reitz.Union. For more information call 372- DAVIS DUNLOP( WILSON
$1. For more information contact Drey
Hess at 378-4819. 5814.ISRAELI CELEBRATION The Hiilel GARCIA: BANCROFT HEAD:

CAMPUS SERVICES "Teaching' You The
"- Foundation will have an Israeli IndependenceDay
, System" a program on how to use UF
Celebration featuring Israeli dancing and
is scheduled for at 8 TENNIS'BALLS
campus services tonight music tonight at 7:30 at the Hillel Center. 16 '' ,
: .
Commons. r's,
in the Murphree '
SUPPER The University Methodist Church NW 18th St. ;: Penn. Tennis Balls $2.25 Can
GATOR GETTERS Applications tor Gator :
will sponsor a student supper tonight at 6 at
Getter tryouts are due today
the church. 1320 W.. University Ave. A SI IIILLEL The Hillel Foundation is sponsoringa TENNIS SHOES
donation is requested. session Patterns in
on "Changing
SPEAKER "Who is to Judge?" will be the rap Selected, Styles Of Con verse' 'Tennis' Shoes
Reform Judaism" at 4 p.m., a reform serviceat '
topic of a speech by Professor Hans Oberdiekof '
5 and a lecture on "Zionism and
Swarthmore College. The speech is American p.m. Reform Judaism" at 8 p.m. Re':!. 1495. NOW ONLY $12.00 {
scheduled for 8 in the
Thursday at p.m. Thursday April 17 at Hiilel. 16 NW 18th St.
Architectural and Fine Arts Building room
For more information call 3722900.
105B. The public is invited. PSI CHI The psychology honorary societywill V-50 Racket' Balls $1.00 Each .

BIBLE LECTURE The Bible Prophecy meet tonight at 8 p.m. in room 151 of the
Student Association will present a lecture Psychology Building. New members are
entitled "Revelations Message for 1975" at 8 invited.
p.m.Thursday in room 361.3 of the J. Wayne COMBAT The UF Simulated Combat Club Locker Room Sport Shop

Reitz Union. will meet tonight in room 347 of the 1. Wayne r,.
IEEE The IEEE student branch will meet Reitz Union at 7 ('.m., 3749 W. University 377.1' .-

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SEN ATE TUG Anti-discrimination law

Pd P .>i Adv by, Bruce Ffeffchep


ENJOY OVROLD-TIME to exclude private. clubs


By SHEILA SIMLER potential of raising $330.000-$500.000 from office rentals.If .
7lfu.e.,lore e1ra"O" 1.eewdv Alligator Staff WriterA construction is deferred, the city must continue payingrent
v t t MN ERVu.rtOFfit1fwA on the building and also anticipate higher expenses if
vkJl..rt t comprehensive anti-discrimination ordinance is ready fora renovation is considered in the future he said.
s aunt b'1 vote after Gainesville's city commission Monday approved a DUE TO THE importance of the issue, the commission
compromise exempting private clubs. agreed,to put off any action until the next meeting so con-
The proposed 41-page anti-discrimination ordinance cerned groups would have an opportunity for input.In .
prohibits discrimination in the areas of public ac- other action the minimum housing code enforcement
commodations,housing,employment and extension of credit. program was evaluated by the commission which decided to
17 .Univ.rsity, The compromise came in the public accommodations re-check the housing inspection procedure.Also .
provision of the ordinance, deleting a clause that would considered were plans for a new airport terminal
require private clubs with a liquor license to serve alcoholic building.
Racquetball Fans beverages to nonmembers.The .
commission modified the clause to read any tavern,
SPECIAL SALE ON RACQUETS bar, or facility holding a liquor license serving the public in
Gainesville is prohibited from discriminating by sex, race,
BALLS& SHOES religion, national origin or marital status. Fair exploreswomen's
COMMISSIONER JOSEPH LITTLE, who favored the
WOOD RACQUETS BY JAGUAR: modification, said "We can't do through law what we can'tdo
through education or love."
FALCONS BLACK KNIGHTS Mayor-Commissioner Neil Butler disagreed. "I think it jobs ...-
$6.50 $7.50 takes changes in law to make changes in attitudes" he said.
Further action will be taken on the ordinance after two
weeks notice is given to the public. Workshops in career planning panel discussions featuring
KING ALUMANUM $14.95 The ordinance must be passed on two readings before it professional women and female representatives from various
becomes law. occupations will highlight the Women's Career Fair being
JAGUAR METAL $14.95 In other action, the city commission discussed a con- held today from 10 a.m. to 4 .p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz

troversial bond program suggested by City Manager P. Union.
Puma Racquetbal Shoes Harold Farmer. The program entitled"What Color is Your Parachute-aWoman's
Farmer's plan calls for indefinately postponing renovationof Career Fair,"presents career possibilities to women
-CLOSEOUT $15.00
students direct with in law,
through contact women govern-
the Hotel Thomas and community service facilities at the
SEAM CO black Northeast Center. Renovation of Hotel Thomas would provide ,ment and science occupations. .
Ballsgreen or
A female engineer from Southern Bell Co., a woman insurance .
office for well other The
space city departments as as groups.
$11.00 dozen company regional director, and representatives from
Northeast Center provides medical service for underprivileged
residents. the U.S. Army and Air Force will be available for discussionof

Located At3411W.UniversityAve. COMMISSIONER RUSSELL RAMSEY supported going career opportunities in these fields.
Upstairs i "Career Wife-Career Mother" and,"The Working Black
ahead with the project. The cost of postponing improvementswould
Woman" are scheduled seminars dealing with the problemsof
exceed the benefits, Ramsey said.
being a working woman.
rt- Ramsey said that was "urgent social nee for the Nor-
376-7423 Times and places for activities will be posted in the Union.Energy .
theast medical center. In addition Hotel Thomas has the
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AGRICULTURE HONOR COURT Ginsberg

BRENDA ANDREWS KENTON AYERS DelLA BARBARA BROD BALFE Michael McClure Henry Gomberg .t-.

JEFFRY MARK BOUSQUET FELDMAN ENGINEERINGJAMES CRAIG CLIFTON Gary Snyder Howard Odum.
MICHELLE DARCEY
LEE SWAIN BLACKMON
STEVE THIESSE JOSH RODSTEIN BARRY FASOLD

2UC ARCHITECTURE AND STEVE PAM GOLDENBERG JOHNSON FREE EVENTS

ROBIN BROWN FINE ARTS'MICHAEL CHARLES SCOTT

JOHNNY DIAZ FRKETIC LINDA.SUE SIMONSONTED 8:00 pmGraham
JOHN ESPINOSA PHYSICAL EDUCATION CHARLES STEINBERG April Pond
GOILNICK JASON SMITH PETER TIBMA and Poetry
PAM GOODRICH FORESTRYWALLACE CHRIS WILTEDWARD 1 9Topic-Energy Ginsberg, Michael McClure,
BILLIE ANN KOINIS LIPPINCOTT WOTITZKY '

ARTS AND SCIENCES LAW SUSAN WRIGHT and Musicians

JAMES CUNNINGHAM MICHAEL NORVELL JOURNAUSM }
GERALD DIFABRIZIO DENTISTRY CAROL ANN HENRY 8:00 pm
MIKE DIMAIO SAMPSON ALAN STONE Auditorium
MICHAEL
GUY JOAN FORTIN EDISON PHARMACY EDUCATIONCAROL 2 0University, and Consciousness J.

RONAE KE1SER CRAIG SMITH BREITENBUCHERNICK Henry Gomberg,
LANG BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION KIM KIRK Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure t
EUGENE WAY RUSSELL DIVINE DENISE LEACHNURSING

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By ANDY COHEN city,team. Tuesday that an assistant basketball coach "Darryl was supposed to visit a school
Alligator Sports Writer He was recruited by Tennessee Tulane at a major university in the state is convinced this weekend' the assistant coach ,who

and North Carolina St. among others. Darryl Dawkins, the 6'10" center requested to remain anonymous, said, this
Lotz said about his First signee of the from Orland Evans high school, alreadyhas past weekend.
Steve Porter, a 6'7" forward from recruiting season that he fits right into the reached' agreement on .a professional "He gave me some excuse about his
Akron, Ohio signed a basketball letter of mold of athlete the coach wants to bring to contract with an NBA team or will decideto mother being sick and cancelled the trip,"
intent yesterday with the University of UF. 'nq; sign a scholarship with the University of "As far as I'm concerned that's it.
Florida,head coach John Lotz announced. Kentucky.Last Darryl's already reached'his agreement to
Porter averaged 19.6 points per game "Of course, it's tough for a freshman to week, Dawkins applied to the NBAas turn pro or he's going to Kentucky. I don't
and 14 rebounds a game with Kenmore play the first year but he is the type of kid a hardship case. If the NBA approves think there's any if, ands or buts aboutit.
high school last season. He shot 50 per who can help us right away" Lotz said. Dawkins' hardship application, he would ."
cent from the field and 75 per cent from "He's an excellent shooter and an become eligible to sign a pro contract. Reportedly, the Philadelphia 76'ers of
the free throw line. outstanding rebounder. We're looking to DAWKINS HAD indicated earlier that the NBA will be the team to sign Dawkinsif
THE 67", 195 pound leaper was chosento him for some help on the boards, where he had narrowed his choice of colleges his hardship application receives approval
I his all-city and all-state teams this past we've been so weak in the past." down to UF Florida St., Kansas, and l.

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Alligator Sports Writer "Now they're one of the top improved team which should
six or seven teams in the pressure UF and Georgia in
There's no rest for the country" Among their laurelsof the tournament next month.
weary, and none for the UF this year is a split of two The Kentucky Wildcats 18.1
men's tennis squad this week. matches with powerful on the year share with UF the
The 19-2 UF team has had Southern Cal. ,top spot in SEC dual meet
to claw its way to a 2.1 markin The Waves are led by standings with a 5-0 mark.
its last three matches, a 6-3 sophomore No. 1 singles Their lineup is headed by
win against SEC rival Georgia player Joao Soares from sophomore No. 1 player Scott
followed by an 8.1 breather Campinas Brazil. Smith who has been toutedas
against Florida International, AN INTERESTINGrematch the best tennis player inj.
followed by another 5.4 will be in the making UK history. "They have a real
heartbreaker loss to Miami. when UF comes to Knoxville tine, team and playing away
MORE BATTLES are in for their match with the from home is going to make a,
store this week as the Gators Tennessee Volunteers' Friday.. big! difference' said Potter. I
host Pepperdine this afternoon The Gators had one of their
at 2:30: at University closest matches of last year Giving his outlook for the
Courts. Then Coach Bill with the Vols in Gainesville ina week. Potter added, "Starting
Potter's squad will travel 5-4: win.Senior with Georgia, five of six
north for two SEC road Paul Van Min is one matches we are playing are
matches, with Tennessee of the Tennessee standouts. real tough. We've already lost
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Pepperdine, from Los playing No. 2 now, so that GATORS NO. 1 PLAYER JUAN I
.. Angeles finished 12th in last shows they have a pretty good The first round in that fightis ,will lead teammates in three important matches
( year's NCAA tournament. team," Potter said. today, and it should be a
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Alligator Sports Writer most events this year, the depending on your pointofview nament on their ,own turf." University. The Deacons planto Georgia ,Last year Bean
low four or live scores of each ) tor him. observed Bishop. come out of hibernationnext made 19 birdies at Houstonbut
Golf ,A that week however and'will' still finished second
day have been totaled and Notes: team by
The UF golf team will put each daily aggregate com The team is in great shape Bean will be noticeably absent from enter the Chris Schenkleand one shot.Grapplers .
their live-tournament victory for the tournament.
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individual titles hardhas
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Houston at the Atoscocita Malibar and Dothan, -
Golf Club. will determine the champion. Alabama 'respectively.Duncan .', By CHRIS GARRITY recent UF signee ,Mark already' signed three.
The AI1.AmericanChampionship "I 1 like this format the Alligator Sports Writer McNitt won individual titles wrestlers to scholarships.THEY .
best." note Bishop. "It will although he: has while Bill Guido. Bob Seville, ARE McNitt. Bill
is
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the big college championshipsto help us get used to the big ,not won has been working on The UF football team isn't and Steve Pincipe finished Teutch-177. and Paul Schmidt -
be held in the spring and tournament atmosphere." his swing changes and appears the only group preparing for second in (he' Tampa tournament -190. Teutch'is from
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Bishop BISHOP HAS descended
outstanding'tournament.. TWO OTHER wrestlers is from Bellmore N.Y.
hoping for a big victory that upon Houston with all the The Gator grapplers are
both Miamians, won the In other wrestling news
'would not only keep the heavy artillery he has in his THE GATORS are rated hard at work keeping in SEC
and Schneider champion Tim
streak alive but would firmly University Golf Club arsenal. favorites defend thecrown shape, in hopes of defending tournament
"slight to their Southeastern Con. he will try and sign them Granowitz is doing well aftera
establish the winning attitude Andy Bean. Phil Hancock, last but says
they won year ference when he travels to Miami this successful operation on his
necessary for upcomingevents Ben Duncan, and Denny Houston should prove.to be,a championship.AND knee.
including the SEC and Sullivan all veterans of the The UF coach Gary weekend.' "
formidable
NCAA. opponent. Schneider said "Spring'rralnltrg'trgoltfg"a'El SchneiderwiH. try and grab The 142-pounder had
pressure-packed college golf
ougar.boasletu!ning.AIhAmerican cartilage- .removed ,from his i
"WE'RE EXTREMELY' \scene will be ohand'along* i thetwo''"winners i :Jeff'Cutler
Keith and
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going
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pleased to play in with senior Steve Simers.> I touted freshman Brad
tournament because it is the Snners is one of about five highly Fable. Gators either won or, placed said he:'also: hopes, 'to sign feet."Tim ,
second in last week's Junior another Miamian Joe Ruffin, should be ready to r
c same type of format that will players,) still in contention'for rI
,,1 be used in the conference and the two openings on the "Houston is always tough World Championships. a 126pounder.The I
M1 national: tournaments." 'squad, so sunital: is ,added:! and especially when they are' Heart'weight Mark Totten SEC Coach of,'" the. Year ..(see. 'Wrestlers' page 19)IUF i
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." 1975 BASEBALL STATISTICS :
\'" -!.'" : Overall 14'IS, SEe 2'7 Gators in running

tIr.YER i Ad R H!1 2B n HR! RBI BB S9 ANC.

Holt. SS 29 106 27 36 I
Roger 2 1 19
John Cortese 2S 29 In 21 38 5 2 1 Z2 20 II 4 8 :340
38 27 96 16 .336 for troDhv
David Bowden 32 S 1 I 13 IS 1 333 scorfs
Rr-LF-CF 27 8S 16 28
ferry Jonel. 3. a 0 16 10 2 ::329
JIIII Shulock, C 29 118 19 3S 6' 1 l' 4 19 3 2 I
297 I I
Joel Murrie Lr.CF ,26 9S 16 27 7 2 I U IS 6 ::285
Sammy Rick CF 24 71 IS 30 6 a 2 U 5 3 .2$4 BIRMINGHAM. Ala.- Heading into the spring swimming and fourth in
J,8. c.ldwell,18 OH-LF-C 24 h 63 6S 13 8 15 IZ 3 1 I 10) I 13' 1 .UI Auburn Kentucky ,and stretch. the results of the tall wrestling to take their lead.
Joiner.
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PLAYERS WITH LESS TriAN 50 AT'flATS" Alabama and Tennessee in the leading Tennessee by five swimming placed thirdin
GuY Slnicrapi 38 3 3 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 .U3 annual chase for the honor of points. 38'/ to 33%, with wrestling and tied for thirdin
David Rascal I, oH-lF 16 14 34 7 10 5 1 0 10 4 0 .294 producing the finest all- three schools less than two basketball placed third in
Eric: Hitler PoOH 19 3 5 0 1
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OH-18 3 9 0 .263 around in the points away from the !swimming and fifth in
Bob 2aleskl 1 2 0 0 0 I I' 3 0 .nz sports program
Keith //'Iorcroft.' : tF 3 8 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 .US Southeastern ConferenceSEC Volunteers. Auburn at 32tt. wrestling. Kentucky tied for
Dave Williams C I I ,1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 ( ). Alabama won the Kentucky 31% and UP 3I'/i.. tint in basketball placed
Greg ,,4.1'g, 2D 2 I 0 o. 0 0 o. 0 0 0 .000 Bernie Moore Trophy: last Alabama won the football second in cross-country and
craig Pippin, P 10 I 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 .000 tied for wrestling and tied for fourthin
John Chappell, P 10. 0 0 0 0' 0 0 0 0 0 .000 year shading Tennessee by championship
Bruce Baker P 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 just 2t'/. points. basketball placed second in football. UP won'wrestlingand
Wilkie Smith P 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 indoor track placed thirdin
Hick McCarthy, P 6. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,000 cross-country tied for
Ron Dobbins P 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Wrestlers/ fourth in football and was
!IIIIWlt-(lnP_ 1 ___ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000FLORIDA
TOTALS 29 96 17) 274 14 i 12 150 I Iii 2$ ;28ri J fifth in swimming.The .
orpONNT TOE tnls_ 29_ 92S 149 236 35 7 II 131 153 n .Zu. scoring system awards
PITCHING STATISTICS C' W-l IP H R Eft B8 SO ERA (from page 18) and hope to participate in points on a '10-9.8-7.6.5-4.J.
Smith -- Y rr 2 2/3 19 r s Ts IT 179 some open meets later this 2.1 basis for the ten SEC
Baker 9 3-0 1t2 2/3 37 12 II 15 14 2)2 work out the first of June and spring. sports after merging cross.,
McCarthy 6 2-1 27 25 2Z 14 I 13 11 4.67 he even worked out when he Schneider says anyone country indoor track and .
9 3.1 34 113 r'
Hillor. 29. 25 18 26
Pippin 10 1-6 S4 213 58 39 31 Itl 41 2J 4.72 5.10 was in the hospital with interested in joining the clubis outdoor track into one. With
Ch.ppcll 10 3-4 48213 1t9 31 28 31t 30 5.18 dumbbells." said Schneider.The welcome. Persons interested baseball outdoor track
Dobbins 3 I-I '8 1/3 12 8 8 6 5 8.61t Gator wrestlers are should contact Jeff Davis at tennis and golf remaining the
Wilson 1 0-0 1 3 3 3 2 0 27.00 currently under the name of the UP wrestling room on race is ,wide open ,and the
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will be a mixed players are eligible Sign-up
doubles tennis tournament deadline is Friday, April 18.
April 25-27. This is an all- Contact the 1M office, 229
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except current varsity tennis Fraternity golf championswere ,
determined in last
Bowlerswin week's tournament at the
university course. In the
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bigThe of 471 for two rounds. Paul

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UF men's bowlingteam Kevin ,Selkrigg were the I The Clvltan Regional Blood Center needs your helpl! The Inter-Fraternity Council's annual blood drive
won the Southern Intercollegiate winning team's golfers. Sigma runs April 13th thru the 19th.This Is your opportunity to save a life! '
Con Chi and Kappa Alpha were '
Bowling 2nd and 3rd. It maybe a leukemic child who uses 20 pints or a cancer patient who needs 30. Nevertheless. the .
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Meanwhile the girl's Kevin Marrone scoring > ) '
bowling team was busy 290 for two rounds.Sigma Nu ,. can do It by donating a pint of blood during this special blood drive.. The fraternity with the
defeating Tennessee, V.P.I., took second place and Phi most blood donations, as well as the fraternity with the largest percentage members/ donating M
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Landlord-Tenant Rights Act ,



r years, said he doesn't favor Gallagher's bill because
By Brian Jones Hotel and Restaurant Division inspectors. who wouldbe
Alligator Staff Writer charged with investigating complaints and
.r asseslng fines or taking renting licenses, are*already
Several bills introduced in the Florida Legislature overworked. .
"., ,:ff, promise to.add'more' 'punch\to the Landlord-Tenant "I.don't like it(enforcement clause) because it puts
,;.; Rights Act if they win approval.The too much of a burden on an overloaded, frail horse.
: r Landlord-Tenant Rights Act,,enacted two years These inspectors are already working from dawn to
'\" \ j, .. ago by the legislature, is a comprehensive statute dusk inspecting food service facilities and hotels and
: ; spelling out the rights and responsibilities of lan- motels, and I lust don't think they'll have the time to
( dlords and tenants engaged in rental agreements. take a whole day to investigate a tenant's complaintand
;" Although the act Is specific in its many requirementsfor then take another whole day to testify in court,"
both the landlord and tenant, there is no en- Opp said. .
4;;' :-' forcement clause anywhere in the law, and ifs Suspension or revocation of landlords' licenses are
t { .' revisions are enforced only when the landlord sues also unadvisable penalties, Opp said. "because if you
the tenant, or vice-versa, and a court decides the case close a place down, the tenant must move out so
and directs the law be followed. you're really punishing the tenant, not the landlord."

tr (, A bill proposed by Rep. Tom Gallagher, R-Mlaml, A bill filed by Rep. Gwen Margolis, D-North Miami
would add an enforcement clause to the act. Beach, would add a section to the act prohibiting
Gallagher's bill calls for fines, suspension of license or landlords from taking reprisals against tenants who
revocation of license for landlords who don't live up report building code violations or other inadequaciesin
the specifications of the law. their dwelling units.
Carl Opp, UF Director of off-campus housing and a Margolis' bill would specifically prevent landlords
member of the Gainesville City Housing Board for six from "raising rent or decreasing services in a



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Language prohibiting reprisals against complaining
tenants was included in the original, landlordtenantrights

bill, but was. ,amended. out through compromise, O
according to Opp KM +
Not all the proposed changes 'in* the act'are aimedat

more protection for the tenant. .One,bill, filed by
Rep. Walter Sackett, D-Mlaml, would add a section to FULL DISPLAY OF
the law requiring evicted tenants not only to give up NATURAL PLANTERS, PLANTS,
possesion of their. units but also to pay all back rent AND GREENHOUSES..AT THE
owed. LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN.
Another bill filed by Margolis would add a sectionto
the law requiring that the property of an evicted : 3525 SW ARCHER ID.

tenant, who cannot be located be stored by the
sheriff for 60 days, and if the tenant still cannot be

found auction.In .that the tenant's property be sold at a public WHEN TH1vGsGET the SUMMER

the two years since the Landlord-Tenant Rights
SPECIAL
Act was passed, Opp said "It has done a great deal to r place
balance and shape the rights" of landlords and
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tenants. You
Opp said a recent case involving a landlord who
attempted to withold a tenant's security deposit was
an example that the law is working.The AIL' month
landlord in the case attempted to keep the per

tenant's security deposit without giving the tenant the THE OCORNER RESERVE
required 15 day notice that he planned to do so. The FOR SUMMER
tenant took the landlord to court and won Opp said. BEFORE MAY 1st
"The landlord tried to bring the merits of his DRUG \
witholding action before the court, but the judge AND SAVE.
wouldn't let him,"'Opp said, "The judge ruled that STORE
since he didn't notify the tenant in time that he was \ AFTER APRIL 30tht

keeping the deposit, his action was null and void.", 378-1588 \ .
Some key provisions of the act already in effect are:
e The, landlord'' .is obligated to maintain the
t p e r m o n t h
in and the
dwelling "good repair" keep plumbingand
other services "in reasonable working condition 25 from
only yards
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keep common areas of largecomplexes clean, and individual bedrooms

provide for garbage removal furnished, dish washor
e On the other side of the coin, the act obligatesthe (
tenant to keep the dwelling clean to "remove all iiAaracaiboy' shag carpeting
garbage In a sanitary manner," and prohibits the
tenant from destroying or damaging any part of the Also-taking, fail reservations now.

premises or property belonging to the landlord.! r 1's "* fern a le room rri a tes needed for
e If the landlord fails to comply with his lawful
obligations, the tenant can move out, provided the Spring Quarterthe
tenant gives the landlord a written notice of what part
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of the law or building codes has not been met seven j>
days prior to moving. Similarly if the tenant fails to

live up to his responsibilities under the law, the 1231 S.W. 3rd Ave.
landlord can evict the tenant after serving seven days'
notice citing the t.nant's.breech of the contract. 3723557I
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Having problems with your spring decorating? greyed.
Sometimes a little,knowledge of color goes a long Decorating experts say there are two basic types of
color scheme, In"related" you use either variationsof
way.A good general rule Is to avoid a "cluttered" look one hue(and lots of use of black gray and white)
by using no more than three colors and their or else combining colors next to each other on the
variations in a room.And try to let one color dominate color wheel.
while you repeat the others in accessories and small In contrasting,you'd use a scheme of,three hues an
pieces of furniture. equal distance from each other on a color wheel (like
WARM COlORS. related to sun and fire. make a red.blue,yellow) or two hues directly opposite each
room interesting and alive. They are advancing other like red and green.
making objects look nearer and ,when used as One last tip I If you select paint or fabric from small
background making a room seem smaller. samples buy a color two or three shades lighter than
The COOL COLORS such as blue green or violet are the color you chose. It will look a lot stronger on a
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.c 1975 by The Hearst CorporationAn

individual potted plant adds an attractive touchto UNl..t0, WT7N0. I 'K ; 111tE.LlouEe.- '

I a room. But when you-group several plants In an

indoor garden, you'll create a luxuriant display of ewttrs uciE uiTr't /
foliage that hints of spring even when snowdriftsare ..i i EMTMEIYuNCr

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'T'liikJ II'' i I care, and construction has been kept simple. In addition -' r.cE E l6.DIAM1Tf0eLAC.ai, r.. ,;rols '

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plants. plumb with wood shingles and use several screws

Place your indoor garden so plants get best exposure through the unit's back into the wall studs. The floor

to light. If artificial light is needed, you can usea grid is of 2x4 stock. Each well is fitted with a sheet-

type specially designed for horticultural purposes. metal box; joints are soldered to protect the floor
(Vita-Lite by Duro-Test Corp., North Bergen, N.J., is below.

r fr'i such a light; it emits the full spectrum of natural light To finish, apply a coat of primer, allow to dry and

plus the beneficial ultraviolet spectrum.) paint with colors to suit. For looks, paint the gird interior

Constructed of 3-4 in. plywood with a 2x4 grid, this black and use wall color on the face to coon

garden requires no elaborate joinery all pieces are dinate with the wall unit.PIEEABlbUf.

simply butt-joined. .
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adjust drawing dimensions. The unit's height is criticalso S

make certain you measure carefully. The top can ;::: .... ,

be flush with, or just a shade lower than, the wondow

stool. If you build a taller unit, make certain you will

be able to operate windows. I

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floor it rests on is badly out.of.level. If so, shim the I
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FOR SALECustom FOR SALE I .
Honda 350: Hog rear end, 8" 1971) 60.12 M.H. front kitchen 2 BR
CLASSIFIEDS over with dual light, i-bar, 15,000 living R. Bt R. Awning, outo washing I
miles, asking $650 or best offer. Coll machine In a good safe trailer park In i
378-0370 eft 530 (aIOII08p'73 ) very good condition. 4,350 or best offer ;i'
FOR SALEMobile by owner.Call after S PM or before 9 AM 376-2483
FOR SALEsups kowosokl 250 dirt t street bike Monday to Friday (o-8t-IIO-p)377-l654) !
fcfRMAN PHER / 12x48 2 br, 10.20
Home
patio quipped only 2300 miles fantastic Norge air condo 4000 BTU $75.00 B A W
show prospects with intelligence 4 cover,washer dryer, air conditioned, condition best offer call phyllis 377-7654 TV also good for parts 25.00 AM-FM
'temperament plus) must see to believe carpeted, $3250 466-3038 evenings or ((o-4t-1 14-p) stereo w- record player t B t W TV
10 wks shots, wormed $150 376-4719 weekends (o-lt-115-p)_ 1968 mobile home 12.58 air central heat console 125.00 373-0302 (5MI3-p) J:j: 2220 S.W. 34th Street '#
(o5tl2p! ) stereo om-tm phonograph, portable. wall to wall carpet kenmore dryer 2 72 Mario Mobile 12.60. AC cent heat, SS
Must Sell VivHar T-4 room lent 90230. good condition, good sound realistic' bedrooms excellent condition $4,000 Good condition
furnished corps bedroom from $150 2 br from
1 $200'frVfVSAVAlW
Plus COle screw-mount$110.00 Call 3734819 arlington,$60 coil 378-0269 after 7 pm. call 378-0449 o-7t-109-p( ) handsome interior, quiet park, close to :|j' opts I
Keep Trying (a-lt-IIS-p) ((o-it-I 113-p)_ real estate WATERFRONT HOMESITE calf campus 376-5330 (o5M1l-p) :: : : ::-::.:-"..:- ,<<<<-:-:"..: -:- ; ; b';: .::::::Y4:
Bargains galore 10 50 mob home ..c. sollboot (windmill doss) fiberglass pond: 10 mln from city heavily wooded.
cond oir extras $1750 dual resist Paso ",ocl"9 loop fully equipped, 2 yrs old, Only $5950 W.O. Mason Co; Inc. Call
Fino, show hones logo! oquo scuba gear. Include sails, trailer; many extras, 377-6789 (o-SMIl-p) -- ..
454-10l00fternoon. (o-ll-115-p) $1000 call 392-2640 or 377-8777 ((0-11- 1975 honda-150 miles only-electric
For rent two room apartment with bath 115-p 1 I )_ starter-must sell-toy $$on almost new
refrigerator, stove negotiable, $55 per BICYCLE ladies 3apd 21" great condition bike-$1099. firm call art 373-8U4 pm '
month must hove first and last months $25 t 73 Buick Century 4dr air am.fm 372-4357 day (aSt-lll-p) !ATSOUSICHALL'LPLI
rent plus $50 dollar security 119 n.w.ISih power steer t brakes ..c cond $2500 Harmon (Cordon integrated' reel-to-reel
terrace come by (leave number or 378-9488 after 6 (o-lt-115-p)_ recorder and f m. ec.lver-$200 Two
contact 121 must rent keep trying (o-ll- for sale': 1972 honda 350 with 2 new Altec Lansing 890c speokers-$200-musl
mpl) helmets excellent running condition. sell-372-5535 (o5t-111-p)
looks like new only 8000 miles asking
$700. call 377-8777 after S. (o-lt-115-p)
fix Sale: Jensen Stereo I speaker Bob Dylan is

I system-$50 flash unit -$75.; Polaroid Call 3734923 440 camera. ((0-11-115-and crazy about 233 W. University Ave .Phone 377-3013
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Traditional, or Contemporary designs of
your choice Handmade for Individualswho Redbone ) (
won the best. Original work by
South't leading Artists Master. Gold
Smith and Lopidlst. Unconditional
Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment. only. iSamrnteiiof ...
I 373-3894 (o-49t.105-p)_ LondoitTryourHoSetEngii
VvUUNSAKRtEl TAPE RECORDER: use as
--. power.source,or as deck. 100 wotts-with
11-" speakers $300 new,only $60 373-7049 Curly Peunonent.
(olt-115-p) w '.
Deep fryer $5 food warmer for club $25 /377.2643\ $
set of stainless$25 broiler oven$IS hairdryer
-011U $S couch $50 nights 3764918 (a-

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Bs TFAIRDAY2OO4t30.7OOt11 for gifts or decorating will, moke custom 17r
: $ colon much lest $ than stores call
ellen 376-2933 (o-lt-115-p)_ i A
Sanyo cassette deck dolbY memory 733 W. University Ave
Cinema 3 'rewind. box of tapes included call 3784911 377.3013 1
or see at ml vernon opts. no. 56
$200 (o-lt-115-p)
_ used drum-sets tar sale excellent
condition buget priced. for information
call 629-4006 after 6pm. or write c-o gel
222 se wenono ocala fla. 32670 (o-ll-

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attackers ,instantly Girls, if you ore ever E
FRONT PAd olone' at night you need this device.
C',aye. if you have a girl be sure she it
4004:00t:0010:00Cinema: safe "when" you are not "with her Send
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'Gainesville.0-51.112.,1 1 1 _Fla. Unconditional gauron__ JUST BACK FROM THEIR TOUR WITH
2 BICYCLE for sole 25 ,in ..,,!Comb frame C
all campy components.cept crank and. F GREG ALLMAN and READY FOR SOME
CHINATOWN Nominated I brakes$300 377 8356 ask for John la t *-
for II Academy Award I, 1 112.pi 1_ ____ V
real estate / to 16 acres north o* city, MORESOUTHERN BLUES
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I960 fender suet 12* old blond lea Almott now: Two thick shop carpets one Only three block from com needed to there kpaclout t nice quiet opt: need 0 roomote Pork for 52.00 bath >V utllille 50 per month call 372-
pool custom $430, both with coo 392- 9 x 11 green, $50.other 'It 9 x 16 orange put. .UNIVERSITY APTS. now rentingfor bedroom house equipped with washer month call or come by Vlltogo 3037392V5 0739 after 3:30 (b-3t-11l-p)
90i: (- .112-p) 960. Padding for both told loparotoly. summer quarter. Special summer and\ dryer. Prefer serious mole tfudent. (b-3t-112-p) _-
Coll 378-6073 after 6 PM discount rate: June 16th-Aug, 911. One northwest section 378-28S8 (b-lt-113-p)
FOR SALE: Gibson ,lot pout, beautiful bedroom, $ 8montfTwo bedrooms, APT for sublease $170.00 pro mo 1 bdr '
condition with ca... $375 or beet offer. Surfboard r V lightning Bolt by Jerry $118-138-month. Pet allowed- In fully carpeted drape dishwasher heal Who Is'
Aho ovation oeoueJIc aultar brood now Lope Excellent Shope $63.00 Call after
selected: opt*. Come In now, before H't olr cond.call 378-4209 after 6 mon-tun.
1325. 37782A2II( 14-p) 5 pm 3781289. (o-3J-113-p) too late. Air Conditioned. Swimming/ (b-lMlS-p) '
13 gal. fist tank and Hand with of Bicycle 24"Mont 13 speed Campy Derail Pool. You can boat the heat but not the sublet 2 bedroom duplex. furnished no Leon, :I
cenorle. Including fish for $35 Coll oil alloy end shifters Very light $165 373- prfee Coll 3764990 or come by tho Mellon 1 lease thru august, ovolloble end
Sandy 377-6303 after 5 pm or 392-4 1 63 ot 9707 Keep trying (o-5t-113-p) office at 1324 NW 4th Ave. weekday of oprll $149-mo two t Vt Milo from i I
work (Q-3M13-P) BYCYOI FOR Solo 25 In witcomb frame afternoon. (b-3t-114-p) campus call 378-5128 evening (b-lt- Red'bone'?
block nlkon tin JW.. nlkkor 205mm: all campy component except crank and! Wanted liberal Responsible Female To 113-p)_
,1195. vIvHar 93mm tM; nikkor 109mml brake$300 377-8336 ask for John (..5t- thore 2 bdrm Trailer 4 ml. w. of town In
bedrooms available In 4 br house
quiet
l 60 ....nlt 113-p) $60 Vtwill. L PREI WITH VERY TICKET
al95, Mmlgon fltheye a quiet country totting per mo..+, studious atmosphere, yord garden
motor $38 or bee offer toll Miko 377- Guild- w hard sass$60a new Guild Immediate occup. 377-2563 (b-3t- wood Near Arby Graduate student C IVDIINO SHOWS FRIDAY AND;
4436 (e-at-112-p) P-50 custom 72, mint whard COM, $373 112-p) preferred 373-9610 (b-5t-111-p) I 'SATURDAY NICMTJ. AN "OPNCIAl -
For sole: 2ontlqueSG politico' ) mochlnoi Mutt Sell 373.3461 (o-5-M3-p) WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME Oft
studious responsible f fe, ,mall roommate :MARQUIS d*. AM
(and. -family heirloom). If you don't Sean electronic tilde rul. Equivalent to APARTMENT. Joel Bridge. Realtor 404
want own In
room universitygarden
the Vote GRO. S.W. 4th 377-6700. WHIP f Wttlli THEY LAST.,
wont to spend dough SR-30 except for exponent and avenue, (B-5T-104- 702-215 a70+1-3 utilities call
Tho NO Salary candidate Grassroots hyperbolic In thopo Call 392- Chjj)
great .
cathy or howord at 3764720 (b-5t-llo.
IWerm (.-,..I1S-p) ? 9509 anytime. (a-3t-113-p) L Wonted mole or female to live In nice 1 Pj>>)_' ,._ & $t_*_ FRI DV

tdeoMnvettment-property-H' = test FOR RENT Regency Oak apt. Own room 103 per Want a great place to live? Not a hot-
f wnto quollfied-bvyer will buy 3 bd.r.I month + 1-3 utllltlo Pool,sauna, tennis Not a dorm. An Independent off-
I 111 tr-.. roohor trend Con 377-0176 Available 'Immediately
b. home.' monn Avail. Foil Or. court campus Co-Op. Room and 3 meal day
realty ouot. of golnotvlllo 377-6666 1. 5 bdr-NW Sect-Bike to campus Really nice! (b-lt-113-p) for $280 qtr. Georgia Seogl Hall, 1002
offer hour 378-0442 (oM2p) 2. 4 bdr-low rent poll OK 6 mo. old 3 br 2 both shady NW fenced, W Unlv Ave. 37tV9179 (b-3t-113-p)
electric portable typewriter. now 3. $83 Mo Includes utllltlet NW tact. 1_. 375 mo. Itt, lent, security. 372- wonted one teriout-minded melee
condition. orlglnol COM $343. tolo price 4., $110 4 bloch from campus 5258 weekend. 7-8 pm dolly (b-ll-115- student to share opt at brondywln call
$130. phone 393-6799 between 8-10 pm. 3. 13 hornet now being built different I FI 1) 378-9263 after 6:30: (b-4t-114-p) 1N

o.k for lee Kiplro room 471 (..St.lis.,) areas United Red!Estate Auoc.377-6992 Creek tide new 3 br 2 both homo I block female roommate own room 3 blocks
okc IRISH SETTER PUPS eofvom straight from UP. Appliance, drapes Incl. $375- from tchool. 67.50 + Vi utilities yaw
champion line. long haired + mollow, (b-fr-113-p) mo. loose, flrtt lOll, security 372.5258 Available NOW 378-3121 .(b-2t-H4-p)
oil cats + _med. both porOnll on evening (b-lt-115-p) READ THIS
f>>I'omllOuoll gory 377.5325 (e-5t-H5-p) Female Roommate Wonted Share Need house to rent waning Aug. lookingfor Moving anytime between Now C Sept.
room In 2 BR Apt, Hawaiian Village.
1974 wiukl 100 In excellent condition April rent paid. AC pooltldo, Coll 376- Inoaponllvotmall place COM! to UP, Let u* rent your house or opt at no cott.
with vinyl cover, good for transportation 4061 or 372-3934 (b-5M13-pd: ) and-or female roomote to'move in with United Real Estate. 377-6992 (b-fr.l1S-p)
or ploowro $f25. 11'1 red. coil 373-1023 Rhondo 392-9825 (b-lt-113-p) Female wanted' to hare 2 bedroom

((.!t.II5-p) Now I II the AVOID time to THE look for RUSH that house or ROOMMATE WANTED 5 blocks from troller-JOo month' Include util. located s<
GIBSON J45 guitar lunburtt with cote for tho summer or fall quarter. Call comput. sham 2 bdrm apt. with architecture 17 ml. west of G'ville/ for Info call 376-
'" $130 sacrifice 377-8064 onytlmo (-!,- opt todoyll 377-0993 ((b.601.1 12.p) tenior. $70 + W utilities, coil 4446, oak for Glenda or 472-2870 after
115-p)_ 376-0778 (b-lt-115-pl) 5:00. (b-fr.l11-nc) d r
room tor rent largo 12by13 private bike
Air condltlonor 8000 BTU Soar Coldtpot to nice house prefer studious SUBLET Summer 2 bedroom duplexapt female roomate wanted own room I
good condition 70 dollar call, Paul Hand campus no deposit 65 per month + 1-3 ; yard, quiet, nice, $175.20 min. bike blk from campus tub let thru summer
person
393-8963 (o-lt-115-p)_ utility Jorge 37J-6376 (b-3t-H4-p) to compui 373-6395 (b-lt-113-p) $90 mo + Vi utilities control ht ond air
great buyl) 4 shower chew of drawers roommate wonted, own bdrm In 3 berngeorgetown Sublet summer qutr. 1 bedroom furnished call 377-7982 keep trying (b-5t-113-p) .S '!at
only$33 In very good condition call 372- apt. $63 mo + % apt. elate to campus, private Mellow,neat person to shore 2 bedroom
2683 ark for miko or (off or come by 923 utl. $83 dep. Call 3774776 btwn patio, olr conditioning $148 per month.'' mobil home In pmehurt! Pork. $70 + Vttrtilltie
no 7th eta. after 5pm> (o-3t-113-p) bond 1 pm. (b-St-114-p) Can 373-9317 after 6 p,m. (blt.II5p1lublet ) *. Call Jerry 3761896. (b-3t-115-

..33 mobile home for- tale with 830 men students room for rent by quarter for summer; 2 br furnished apt 1 f>>>})_
cubona alrconditlonod, located In private. entrance' 3 blocks from campus point west $210-mo MO to believe) large 2-Br, furnished, air-conditioned ''dye
glynwood park (behind mt. vernon) MO grog rm. 6 113 nw 10 tt. 3 to 7 pm prefer grad student; call 376-0696 or mobile home with nice yard and pool,
asking $1000 call 373-2.... evo. ((0-31. during week. (b-St-112-p) top by building 514 opt 3 (b-t-115-p) located across from UF. al<1O per month'
114-p) $35 depollt. 377-0049 (b-lt-113-p)
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female roommate oak fore luxery opt. .
Akboat Contonlntol 65 HP Trailer VERY 5873 + '/ utilities available Immediately SUMMER SUBLET: 1 bed opt I block from ROOM FOR RENT in 4 bedroom house InN -I'a
Sharp Absolutely MUST Sell $830 373-, 377-3381, Mayor Nikki. (b-5f- campus Soo Tigert Hall from your MC. fenced yard pets ok. olr cond.
8860 (o-a-114-p) 112-p') bedroom! $130 per month plus electric washer + dryer $80 plus V ut. call gory
wer.ogarrard100, wood bate and Need o female roommate own roomIn Coll 378-6533 (b-lt-115-p) 377-5325 after 3 (b-St-l 15-p)
ihuro m53-IOS, von omp 70 want 3 bedroom haute $83.33 + 1-3 util. largo furnished duplex 1 extra Ig WANTED
rmt-$1 30, maronti tuner,scope 1 120 offer 1313 NW 2nd St. 378-2252 Fireplace + bedroom near camput-tocluded front he JZ Z4 I ti. al SM & Jse.e
me around $300 bruce 373-0951 (o-3 fenced yard 15 min. from campus bike porch Available Juno 378-2278 keep It Wonted for fall qtr. 2 or more bdrm"hoUIO.
l 114-,)_ (b-St-113-p) In mind for summer quarter (b-lt-115- Preferably near UF call Ronnie
tuiuki 500 mini condition got only the NEED ROOM TO BREATHE? own room in I p 1) or Shelley at 377-7130 (c-lt-115-p)
be* In life 3400 miles cuttom sissy bar new houM on V4 acre Really Rural. NoL looking for a 2 or 3 bedroom haute or female' looking for responsible. nonsmoker -
rock safety bar helmet bolt offer over _.Air-con. Very Quiet 376-5766 (b- opt to rent for summer preferably near to find opt for fall 75 thru Ipr 76
1000 378-6353 ofter 6 (o-5t-H4-p) St-1 11-p) campus 392-8596 or 392-8825 (b-lt-I15- (prefer matter bedroom and no pet)
Pj) Jeanne 3774728 (c-lt-113-p)_

FEMALE roommate needed Move In
nowl t-bedropt. In Gatorwood Rent
s IjQS: 4:1.10.w. .
negotiable. Alto open summer, qtr. Call
THE RULING CLASS 373-5094 (b-lt-113-p) tar,. srsut ... t4S) 7s. IS li4Stso4loustvsro

Wanted' : Female roommate for tummer.
Gatorwood Apt. $60mo.rr utilitiet. MEL BROOKS
Call 378-9380 (b-lt-115-p)
STARRING
Female roommate wonted for tummer.
$70-mo. + wile for ft share 'In 2 bdrm
duplex NE section 15 min to UFo Coll
PETER O'TOOLE Diane after 5 373-8293 (b-lt-115-p) PG2s10 They created the word 'sadism'to

Ii> 12x60 trailer 1969 liberty two bedroom l describe d Sad&% evl.! X
one bath recent recarpeted and for-
'nlthed See at 3860 SW Archer Rd lot D-3 But mere words are not enough!
LAST DAY after 2 pm $3000 (b-lt-113-p) .
for tale 4 bedroom doublewido mobile
home, w-wo\ furniture' control hta, wtd
$6900 plus equity MO after Sal. 3714 NE 4110N ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
I. 50 Dr lamplighter pork (b-lt-1l5-p) w. rain stsut ..r It CO 71441:3St1d

FREE Female roomate wonted' to Mart looking soutsvAoa
for a cheap 2 br. opt. for Foil coil 2-9871 1 ,
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ask far Debi (b-lt-115-p) KR1STELI to N. w. t 7:15: 9:10: ALL NEW

v:. SHOW6f Almost new haute 3 br I IM bath, 4 ml
) from U of F quiet NE area 1 lease, first, I V food
AT THE last, security 275-mo 372-5258 call 7-$ yowl hod. THE FOURL8WJMOSKETEERS
I pm I weekends (b-lt-115-p)

KOSHER keeping Roomemotet( ) wontedfor
I fall quarter r973 call 392-8204 (b-ll- \Jimmanuelle
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Bookstore. Pipes bdrm moving f urn we house need your HOUSE or APT.1 66 Merc..y. 428 cu. In. Good Iran.sportotlon. FOUND Black leather key cap: Sat. on ELECTROLYSIS" By appointment' some SUPER BIKES, Inc.PART.377b91.

Tobacco campus will or opt for FAIL.close to .$400 Call 377-2528 after 6:00g".II.p : Float Parking lot. Call Bill 392-8421 1 ((1- evenings available Mr*. J.N.Korp..
. ShopDowntown 9174 ((15-9): pay dip 392.9812 or 392. ( ( ) 5t-ltS-f) registered electrologist, Phone: 37o .
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W.'rn looking for a hoess. FLEA COllAR AND RED LEATHER COUAR.
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campus for June bob and |ackl -thoughts of you on a FOUND FRIDAY NIGHT NEAR CAR.
or Sept. '.2.or 3 bdrms ma in english.' Ibm selectrlc phone "
COII37MI69 (C".I15-9)) special day hope It's bright and good NIGRAS. TO IDENTIFY CAll 376-4482 or 370547 (m-20-IOy-p) )
ond gayl also from elka-bong oddlctlJ.It.II59) : J7B-3447 (1.51."J-M)
young couple seeks place to rent In ( ) 'HYPNOSIS HElPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
lostsr 50 calculator. H found please call
country. 134th area hove pets BY AIDING ANY .AND MENTABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORY.ATHETICS
PHYSICAL
-no kids.Floes call 3764465 eveninganeed to bob and|jacks.like golden tunes from John malloy, 392-9201 reward. offered ]!I

by tune at least (c.h.II59)wonteddog l ) on angles lyre hope your birthday (I-4M14-P)) .. ILost Liars self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald G., SERVICE. 377-0722
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you ever higher! love, from th.Ikabong .
sitter small clean 5 mo. old pure bred Irish Setter f'ratt..c..tlfled AAEH ( )
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quiet,
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On or near UF. $2 day. liable Weighs 45-50 Mahogany SLEEPY HOLLOW horn form huntswl
People only. Mary lou at 372-5258 red cross Water Safety Instructor will Child's Pet. Nan Chief Reward 373- Instruction-beginning and advanced 7 DAYS A WEEK
evening (e.II59)FI. ) teach you or your child to swim In your 4602 or 378-4772 ((1 l--IU-c)

roommate wanted for I bdrm pool lt-115-p private) or group. call: 392-7276 ((I. lest: Female German Shepherd Black facilities-trail levelsdressageexcellent+ ring 373-1059 boarding(m-IOl- 3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.Roogenesis._

apt In Colonial Manor I block from and Tan 9 months long hair Brown HI-P/ )_ _
campus $69 per mo. + utl. available GETTING MARRIED a preparation group leather Collar Northwest Section Reward
now non-smoker prefered, 377-5762 for couples planning to marry will beoff..eeI 376-9025 (I-3M13-p) NEED SOME TYPING HEtPI Reports,
(c- dissertotions-Coil Sandi ((378-
h.II 59)Need ) by Univ. Councellng Caterduring Electron Calculator found finals week of theses,
I Inil Ii! 'VI 377-2235 Debbie (377-7606)).
April +, May. Meeting time Winter Quarter on Plata of Americas. 5754)) or
Desperately' Textbook Psych of (m-51-"l3-p)
negotiable. Call 3921575. Group Is
Cell 378-3214 to Identify. (l-St-lll l <*)
Personality by Wiggins call 377-8120' (c- limited (I-4MI4-Q) SCUBA CLASS starts April. 27 all

2t-H4-p) COED'S facial hair removed per SERVICESGRE equipment provided Including mask,

1o12 serious students to shore room In manently. Call Edmund Dwyer PREPARATION COURSE'r-eor U.P. 18 fins. mark) B.C, tanks. regulator, full
2-bedroom townhouse near med center. electrologlst 20 wetsults. textbook, all air and International
over years experienceCall hours, $35; course repreatable fr...
furnished dishwasher oir-condHloned, 372-8039 ((1-fr-107-c)_ Score 1000 by the second try or your certification with five open
etc. around $70-mo + V utilities. Move water dives. Cost $35 absolutely' no
back.toll 854-7466. J8T99P
Weddlngllnyltatlon. from $11.40 ((305)) ( -
per money
in In September call .. Call SCUBA DYNAMICS for
Steve or scott after 5
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at 377-8229. (c-St-114-pl further Information. 377-B094. Our new
OASfMNCfNOWCatcher's styles. Cliff Hall Printing 1103 N. Main Crescent Beach weekend May 2-4 location Is: 3009 N.E. 20th Way. (m-1 ti
One lonely red-ear pet turtle desires 3769951. ((1-fr.05-c) self and personal .
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companionship of another. If have and .
you Service Marathon In gestalt
Gay Community Center' Gay group
one or more you'd like to ..II. call.392- therapist .limited WIRED FOR SIGHT
.bioen..getlcs.Bolton
and .
: men women meet each Thurs.evening
Mart"
7617 ask for Karen (c-5t-IU-p "ffietyttlass Super
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to 12.870-call 173-1798 (.m-IOt-106-p)
at 7pm at 107 NW 15th ter call UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
AUi GOLD B SILVER Top prices paid tor class 372-1881' for Information all
Tom (j-IOl-106- Scuba classes starting april 2V: '30?swim Ave 3AM480

e RINGS rings old jewelry,etc. confidential. Call I p 1)_, equipment provided sales, service, (M-50->>C) ,__
OZZIE 373-3894 (c491.,059)drl ) rentals, air. Tom Allen (co-host
Dramboul Beautiful selection of prime trips home"
Will do typing In call lou 378-
my
\ GUAUJITHD to take car to denver or santa te goods Atmosphere of 20's -4CTs. Many Wild Kingdom on TV) Aliens Aquatic A 7513 (m-5t-U5-p)
r around may 25.references.373-0918 (c- blouses $',$2. $3. Men women kids Trail Center; 3448 West University Ave.
3t.II5-9)) 373-9233 (M 8T 103-:) TYPING SERVICE + Experienced typists.Any .
recycled denims, jewelry, velvets.4t(| material. IBM Selectrlc. 21hourservice. The Vermont Institute announces -

Buying 45rpm and 78rpm records old I_'4FREE- )_ lSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 20 Delivery.Call 462-2739. (m-10t- .NOOGEMESI3 July --

and new. See mark In opt 26 1216 SW ROOM and BOA*!) for LIBERAL hours, $70. Half of our students scored 1'5-9)' ) 6-August 29 at Kingsland Bay on
2nd ova (colonial manor) evenings, or FEMALE cooking housekeeping over 600. Course repeatable free. 70 pt.Improv.ment .
Jewelers duties .The Is _'II cost Lake Champlain. An experience in
I.av.meswg..und.rdoor. (c-ll-115-p) call 378-2861 on 1m. (|.51.|114-p by the second try or your only thing we promise
nosey bock. Attend first class free, no you -. Vote Grassroots Reform bio-feedback psychic healing
2$. UftIv.Aga sr..MtJ -'HELPWANTED. grassroots reforrn thanks council 'ofInt..natlonol obligation. Call ((305)) 854-7466. (J-eT- Organization the No Salaries can- bib-energetics, aura-balancing

organizations (cio) for Its 99-P.) .. (m-It-1 1S-p)_ gestalt, t'ai chi, Jungian A: Neo-
grassroots reform thanks council of unanimous endorsement of our party in
International organizations (clo) for Its the election 'todayl ((1-1 1-1,'15-p) Classical Guitar Reichian psychology, akido; to foster

unanimous endorsement of our party In They live off your activities fees today. Why is Leon integration of the mind-body-
the election' todoyl (u-It-I" ''5-91) They will live off your taxes tomorrow.llt115pl Lessons spirit whole existing in all persons.

,@lYJ Female for one bedroom ape one block ( ) Redbonecoming Up to 12 credits available. Write or
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from Tigert. Share expenses -cheapl call- Vermont Institute
Happy Birthday Debbie and Sue) We
373-2271' (e-3>-M4-p) Box 2287
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love You-Undo and Rosa (|f-It-I,15-9))
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Who am I 11 A person who likes fun,
work. fill out application at '192 ?
HEW USED bldg (802-882-8650)
swimming meaningfulness, life love,
VAddress Call Paul Hand 392-8963
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: aaoAOINe MOMS BENTS8UTSELIrsa and Stuff Envelopes At Home. hypocrisy ond apathy. What difference
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-. $80000 location Does Month Not Matter.Possible.Offer-Details Age and, does this make I'm running for student .* * * * * * * * * *.
IIIPAIIII senate, 2UC\ I need support. My "'
Send REFUNDABLE To TRIPLE your W! ri/f'1''$''' "' 'I'I". i! ...', 7'7 1 ....
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466.3340 tMeer leadership In sg because money Is tight
AUTOS: and the college will be hurt In spending :: : _\
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970 Plymouth Duster v.. good Condition cuts remember vote david payne a : f ;
beautiful body Irreslstoble' strong voice for education now and ; :.: :

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$1200373-6781 (o-5t-M3-p) Knit I purl pork long live the order of the "" "'."" :'f.. 1 .
fork: Omega Theta Phi 2 male ... jJ ,: ., !
1970 Barracuda 318 cu In 3 speed on opn 1' ..;. .
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floor good mech shape nice looking '17 rat' .., *'< ''
largest indoor mpg asking $1000. 3780681' (gSt114.p Intntns 392-7128 (|-lt-1l5-p) Jt

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Flea Market 1969 Opel wagon,excellent mechanical international organizations (clo) for Hs .. ; It
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condition 35 mpg, 'luggage rock, disc unanimous endorsement of our party In ..
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the election todoyl (I.h."5-9)) *. "t I.
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brakes, recent tune-up, $850 or '. .
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offer call Bill 373-2403 (g-3t-U4-o' ) Volunteers needed for medical ... f .

Need: a-vehicle S.G.Toke a FREE ride research. Earnings from $65 to $125. If

with Grassroots Reform Organization- Interested please come to room M438. Fj. :
the No Salaries candidates (g." -,15-9)) Med Science Bldg Shonds Hospital : F
between 9-12 and '01. Thurs. April '17.
64 VW bug runs + looks great Inspected i .
((1.21.115-9)) .
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$300 firm 376-3354 after 5:00: p.m. (g-5t- (: S
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condition, recent engine-paint discord."-Boho'l Writings (|I.h.1I 5-9))
clean, $1175 or 1 lesser bike or car + cosh Jt
.377-4577 (o1l5f) They live off your activity fees today. ...
They will live off your taxes tomorrow.
1967 Buick Electra I side smashed Runs Vole Grassroots Reform Organization (|I' : E E :
OK $100.00 or Best Offer Call Amy 373- h.IIS-p) .t1I
5735 (a-5l-ni-p)
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IHC DORM WEEK PARADE If you would
'1974 Plymouth Duster 6 cylinder,3 speed like to' be in a parade on the UF Campus

transmission In great condition $2200 contact Rick 3928934. Any entry, : E E :
Coll 376-6230 anytime (a-5t-113-p) (almost), will be accepted. Floats ,Rlr\

Buick Skylark Convertible $500 or best marching units etc. Parade is on April 28 vYre .
offer good condition call Paula 373-2727 at 6pm.Several prizes will be awarded. ...

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transportation $500 378-9442 daytime stuart shores for senate college of arts + w. ..
+ Keep Trying ((0.3t.113-p) sciences (l-nt-109-p I ) *. D

1972 TOYOTA CEIICA 4 speed Radial Bookpacks white stag speedo bathing ... i :

tires, engine rebuilt Good reliable car suits hiking shorts, rugby shirts Allen's ... 'J .
25-30 mpg Must sell $1895 I or offer 373- Aquatic and Trail Center' 3448 West ..

Guaranty tatoralTHtBOTPlACITOMVI. 0678 Extras (g.51.,12-i1) *-C University Ave. 373-9233 (J-FR-1u3-C)

1969 flat spyder 600.00 negotiable must KARATE UNIFORMS. Quality bleached.' : JEFFREYSOLOW :
sell good condition' call In mornings 373- Sites 56 only $28 karate-Do. '1215 NW

3011 (g.IQ-I11-p) 5th Ave, I blk off '13th: St. 378-7131' (I.IOt.'OIiI I.| .

ENGINEERSVOTE KARATE' ) LESSONS : "A virtuoso of the most indndiary sort" :

Small Classes $25 per men
"1215 NW 5th Ave off '13th SO Man thru Performing Arts Series ':
: 6 University
JAY MAISLER-SENATE Sot even 7to9 378-7131 (l-2ot-108-p)

WANTED VW Pop Top camper w-alr for 3 *


FLORIDA STUDENT PARTY wk Coll fee Western plus 376-5012 you Vacation use(I5MI3NCJLOST my car In while June) I'm Will gone.pay : Sunday April 2O at 8:15 p.m.:


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LOST Brown leather& FOUND Wallet I Please' )call *: Reitz Union. Ballroom .:

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please call W-7140 (I-1/-11S-P) : UF Students : FREE i:

FOODS Lost Silver men's SEIKO watch lost *
Monday March 31. in men's locker room :
Hoffman I Woldor Flo Gym Reward Phone 3t2-8863 : General.Publlc2.00 .
Student (I l5tH5PlHOMIKUNTOtS)
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H.rfs, Dairy Products We ran help youlind'o. ; hash,. NotHtudentlmoycoll392.I6571O mole: unpaid mwvatlons beginning April UMeweiMr,payment wOl, I net be wo.wd It
apartment,mobile home on *. or accepted prior te trie night of the perfetmonce.' Such reterodi.ens will tie eusplee vr48*+sumb.i.ILM1. far each wait
Books, Cosmotics roommate me easy way! tsentiauoed.All performences ore scheduled Ie egmetStS..11I.1;wieetd n.erwliw mill be l held""' 117,4.5..p.m.TebeeiequttoMees It

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The next step In preparing the soil is fertilizing. You ,
Hoe can use processed organic or chemical fertilizer, or ,I
Hoe. Hoe! manure, but organic types have the most nutrients

and last longer for about double the cost of \;

chemical fertilizers.
Grow your own Fertilizer should be applied about two weeks I;
In planning your garden, line your rows northsouthfor
organicgarden. before planting, or it may be done the same day.
maximum use of the sun. Before, planting, take
About 10 pounds ot fertilizer will cover a 10-by-() ',;
into consideration how much you can consume at a
time, and plant vegetables periodically rather than all 20 plot. ;
at once. Once the soil is prepared, you can plant the seeds.
Locate your plot where it receives the most sunlight t", The 'soil should be 'wet to plant, kept moist but'not
can be reached by a hose, and has adequate sopping;; untn'the' seeds germinate.All .
that' left is to water plants once a week I
drainage for the rainy season ahead. Keep away from your
trees and their root systems.To with a sprinkler. To insure the right amount of water,
prepare the soil once you've found the right spot, place a pan In the middle of the plot and water until

M pull out any weeds- if you plow them up with the about one inch accumulates in it.
grass; they may spring up later in your garden. Then To deal with weeds and I insects, cover the soil i
dig up the top layer of soil and gross with a shovel or alongside the rows with hay or leaves. This will add ;
organic material to the soil, keep weeds from '
hoe.You must restore organic material to the soil to sprouting, and provide a home for bugs which eat fi:

Now is the time to plant tomatoes, peppers, egg replace the matter lost by hoeing to hold water and garden pests.Chemical ,

plants, com, beans, peas, squash, cucumbers, okra, nutrients in the top soil. pesticides aren't recommended unless "W
cantaloupe, watermelon, peanuts, radishes in your Peat moss, compost, rotted leaves, grass clippings, you want to produce vegetables with the toxicityof r
own backyard.A or manure should be mixed In with the soil. You need commercial ones. In a 10()-by20 plot its easy enough to dj
10-by-20() foot plot of land can provide fresh about a six inch covering of any of these, or about watch your plants and pick off worms and other !

vegetables for the season. A shovel or hoe, sprinkler, four garbage cans full for a 10-by-20() garden.At predators.If .
OJ and less than a $15 investment in seeds, manure and the same time you should lime the soil. For best you do use pesticides, isolate the problem areas
fertilizer, is all takes to slash food bills by growingyour results lime the plot about one month before planting, rather than spraying the whole garden, which will
own. although it can be doen the same day without In- also kill the beneficial insects.

You simply select a good location for your garden, jurious effects. Stan Pollack, "The Plant Doctor"" who teaches a
prepare the soil, plant the seeds, water once a week About 5 pounds of dolomite, a ,type of liming non-credit course on environmental gardening at UF,
and harvest the crop. material, should be mixed with your top soil. gave the above tips for growing your own vegetables.



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e Community, Phone on
each floorB.autiful
Landscaping DIRECTLY OPPOSITE UNIV.OF FLA.
.TV Central Antennae ION BUS LINE 5 MINUTES TO DOWNTOWN|
Cable TV Available FEATURING
e Storage & Luggage Facilities) J CARPETED LIVING ROOMS HALLWAYS SUPERVISED CLEANING OF HALLS,
e Air Conditioned Rooms GROUNDS INDIVIDUAL HEATING UNITS AIR CONIDITIONING -
e Th.rmostatlcallyControlled SOUNDPROOFED WALLS CORRIDORS GARABAGEDISPOSALSIN
Heating KITCHEN SINKS COMPLETE LAUNDRY FACIUT1ES LARGE PARKING
e Fire Proof Construction
e Kitchenettes | AREA POOLS FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION
e Wall-to-Wali,Carpeting SERVICED BY TWO ELEVATORS

e Coin Laundry Facilities JT MODERN LIVING AT REASONABLE PRICES
e Decorator lamps & irr
Draperies, ONE BEDROOM ARTS. (FURN.)
e Parking Areas [SUMMER RATE$120;$156- $160 FOR FALL
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-"" BBBBBMBBMB BIBBSIBWBBWBI This colonial styled modem apartment building was located at Its present
Nine month lease beginning with foil quarter $83LOO per person per month, dooble occupancy site because of Its proximity to University'' of Florida, ,hospitals and the
.
(Including utilities) and office.
Gainesville buildings.
downtown commercial
area
$156.00 month, I
per person per single occupancy(Including utilities)
Monthly, weekly .nd dally fates depending availability These apartment are designed and decorated for people of \,
discrimination ,who Jike quality living at reasonable prices..
Rental Office at 1225 SW 1st Ave 378-2221



THE VILLAGE'A-P.ARTMENTS ';


2930 SW 23rd Terrace' ,-

Laundry Fast maintenance

:. Pool l 1 2 and 4 bedroom opts. ',, :

Parties Ten minute bike ride to campus "
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Tennis .' '' ''ft. {
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