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::: :; :;:; : Eaton_ McAdam in runoff

n t" By LESLIE GOLAY proposals to meet the problems of students.
and "SINCE.WE DID IT before: the election they can hold us
'\ ac' DEBBIE ERICKSON to those proposals after the election. We will meet the u
Alligator Staff Writers problems our literature specified." I
Florida Student Party vice presidential candidate Huerta'
I'A 20 per cent student voter turnout of more than 5,000 said "Our party is getting its second wind and the
forced the Action party slate of.Jim Eaton-Dan Lobeck and momentum will carry us right through until Wednesday."
,the Florida Student party slate of Alyce McAdam-Bubba Huerta said he felt his party was,"misclassified as anti-
Huerta into, a Student Government election runoff next Greek." Alyce s43 ja.
Wednesday, April 23. "OUR PARTY IS not anti-Greek, but running against a !
Byron Petersen, 3LW, won an, overwhelming victory, very strong Blue Key block." McAdamJim ,
capturing 2,810 votes,' to win the Honor Court Chancellor After his victory, Petersen said, "I just ended my politics.But .
postition. 1 will Continue to support the people on my slate."
EATON AND LOBECK took a total of 2,718 votes. "Open courts involve more than the public right to know. ,
McAdam and Huerta took a total of 1,237 votes.A It involves the defendent's name in the newspaper. Eaton '' w> y Kk'aF
50 per cent plus one vote was needed tor either slate to PETERSEN SAID he' would like to see the senate have ,
win the election outright. "full-Hedged control" over how the Honor Court cheating square
McAdam said she was-"pleased" many students ,voted. hearings should be handled. off
"This is what Miave been talking about all along. It shows The, Independent "Family" slate of Richard "Alfredo
the students care about what is happening." Fettucini" Snyder and Anthony Caminte received 887 votes.
Lobeck said "What we have done, is present specific Grassroots Reform Organization's(GRO) slate of Ross April23.
A.. Thompson and Ilene Young received 963 votes.
Snyder said, "This is the last time we run a clean cam- f r Yi ,h kf
1 paign." l t g 6 i

ON A MORE SERIOUS note Snyder said "The people
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who vote for us are not the people who are apathetic. Theyare -.Ior>iliNIt -.1
atir / /jus tended concerned but think SG i is a joke. Whoever wins is goingto photo by george kochaniec jr.i .
run SG and it has to change. Both campaigns have the .
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my !same ideas and the same people, but just a different way of TilE FOLLOWING FIVE senators were elected from first
getting there." year University! Cottage: Jeffrey Feldman, ,Action; Steven
Thompson said, "What we started here will never die. Our 'Ihiesse, Action; Brenda Andrews. Action; Mark Bousquet.
party will have a meeting tomorrow night and will decide Action; and Lee Swain, Action.
where we will go from here.

Petersen "Snyder's campaign and ours. showed an overwhelming The winners from 2UC were Pam Goodrich, Ted Gollnick,
protest! against what SG has been stood for and the elite core John Espinosa, Johnny Diaz, Robin Brown and Billie Ann
of people they represent. We made a crack in this structure." Koinis. all Action. Honor Court winners from 2UC are Pam

Petersen added, "I want to reaffirm UF is not a school Godlenberg and Peter Tibma, both Action.
LiVietnameses, being lax about academic achievement." KEN AYERSACTION, was the one senator elected
.Forty Student Senate seats came up for election,Wednesday from the College of Agriculture. Craig Clifton, Action, was.
in the Student Government general elections. elected the Honor Court justice from that college.

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photo by george kochanlec jr, The following two senators were elected from the Collegeof
Engineering: James Blackman and Josh Rodstein both of
Action party.
tudentsuns There was a tie for the seat Honor Court justice in the
College of Engineering between Chris Wilt, Action, and
William H. Wadsworth, Florida Student Party.
WALLACE LIPPONCOTT, Action, was elected the
senator from the School of Forestry. The Honor Court Justice
ure hope for elected from the School of Forestry was Linda Gollwitzer of
peace the Florida Student Party.
Two Senators, Alan Stone and Carol Henry, both of the
.,. By TERRI SALT Action Party, were elected as senators from the College of
.Alllo.tnr. _.... Staff Writer.. "
--- ----- Journalism and Communications. Susan Wright Action, was
elected as the' Honor Court justice from the Journalism
"She said it might be her last call."Nguyen Minh Tam .. : ': ,:,. school.. ,
spoke to her mother three weeks ago. Nowshe, sat at the small I.' Mike Norvell Action, was elected senator from the Collegeof
kitchen table half a world away recalling her words. Law, The Honor Court Justice from that college is Charles
"She was very pessimistic" she said of her mother who Steinberg. Action.IN .
called from Singapore where she .was "on some type of
business." THE COLLEGE of Physical Education. Jason Smith
HER HUSBAND 24-year-old La Thanh Hau. described: a Action', won the one senate seat. Betty Fasold, Action, was'
letter he received from his parents in Saigon a week'and a half the uncontested Honor Court justice winner in that college.
ago. saying 1"my father tries to be reassuring. .
"They just hope. They' don't know what will happen, ," he Two senators were elected in the college of Architecture
said and Fine Arts: Mike Frketic and Charles Scott, both of the
He was silent for a moment and then added "They.hopetor Action Party. Don Erwin of the Florida Student Party was the
'a peaceful solution/' uncontested winner, in the college.
Tam and ,Hau are both UF students from Saigon. They The following eight senators were elected in the College of
came to this country for graduate work planning to take the Arts and Sciences: Joan Edison, Action; Ingrid Anderson
knowledge they gained and. put, it to work in their' own Grassroots; Frank Roberts Grassroots; James Cunningham
country.. Action;' Izzy Perdomo GRO; Mike Hartzell GRO; Ronae
'" 'j': Now with communists controlling more than two thirds of Keiser, Action; and Jean Cameron, GRO. .
.;..., South Vietnam and,rapidly approaching Saigon, the couple's STEVE JOHNSON ACTION, was elected Honor Court
.. plans like those approximately 40 other Vietnamese in justice from the College of' Arts and Sciences.
Gainesville are uncertain. Two senators trom Business Administration Russell Divine
.: Not knowing ,what is happening to ,their families the and April Keller, both from the Action Party were elected.
', Vietnamese students do the best they can; trying to concentrate ,.,.. "", ;, .. Honor Court Justice from Business Administration was
i ,on their, studies but finding ;jt difficult. Michelle Darcy from Action Party. '
.rr IN FACT, SOME of the students hate considered,going, .1," ." :'I I he,following'tour senators were elected from the Collegeof
home- immediately. Education? Pallman, and Carol Breitenbucher.
Phan Minh Hoang has a wife, and 6-month-old child still in Kimberly Kirk and M. Denise Leach. Della Brod was elected
Honor Court justice from that college.
See 'Students.' page eleven All ,n.c'were, from ,the'Action Party.,


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Cambodians sueforpeacebutenemy : thursday,


continues to advance

(UPI!) Khmer Rouge rebels pushed into Phnom Penh Earlier, Red Cross officials said they had seen reports from
Wednesday and battled to within 1,000 yards of the abandoned Peking that Sihanouk had rejected the offer, but added": "we 18th province capital
U.S. Embassy. The international Red Cross in Geneva know nothing officially and just have to wait for a reply.
said the Cambodian government offered to surrender, but What appeared to be the final battle for Phnom Penh attackSAIGON
Peking reports said exiled Prince Norodom, Sihanouk rejectedthe began with_ more than 50 rockets,, artillery l shells,tl\at ,falls.to.enemy
proposal .,' .killed' at least 10'persohs and wounded 50'others and an
The capital began its Final collapse under a barrage of insurgent drive than sent retreating government defender! (UPD)-Communist forces attacking with tanks
rockets and artillery shells and a push by the communist-led plunging into the Bassac River, some of them to drown. and artillery Wednesday captured their 18th province capital
insurgents across the United National bridge towards the U.S. routed a government regiment and shelled South Vietnam's
embassy.The biggest air base for the third day.
Red Cross said the Cambodian government had. Non-key peopleto South Vietnamese intelligence reports said government
handed to the Red Cross delegation in Phnom Penh a reconnaissance planes had spotted a Russian-built MIGI9
proposal for a cease-fire and transfer of power that fighter jet parked at a one-time U.S.. base at Pleiku 230 miles
"amounted to an offer of surrender." The proposal was leave'Nam'WASHINGTON north of Saigon-within striking range of the capital.
passed on to the rebels attacking the capital and to Sihanoukin Phan Rang, capital of Ninh Thuan province 165 miles
Peking. northeast of Saigon, fell to a tank-led, 5,000-man Communistforce
Yugoslavia's national news agency Tanjug in a dispatch (UPIPresident Ford has ordered the that ,sent government defenders, outnumbered two to
datelined Peking quoted Sihanouk sources as saying evacuation of all non-essential U.S. civilians from South one, fleeing to rescue ships waiting off the coast in the South
"Sihanouk has rejected the offer of the quislings in Phnom Vietnam, but a State Department official said Wednesday the China Sea. Two South Vietnamese generals were reported
Penh which was signed by the President of the Supreme President believes a $200 million contingency fund is not trapped in the city.
Committee Sak Suthsakhan which he received through the enough for a full evacuation program. The Communists now control 18 of South Vietnam's 44
International Red Cross in Geneva." During a meeting with the Senate Foreign Relations provinces.
Sihanouk sent a, reply to the Red Cross calling the Committee at the White House Monday, Ford accepted in
proposals "unacceptable": and advising the members of the principle the committee proposal to finance the evacution of obsolete/
"puppet Supreme Committee" to leave Phnom Penh before all remaining U.S. citizens,and 174,000 South Vietnameseand CIA/ oct ,
the final battle because they had earned only the right to be the limited use of American forces to accomplish it if
hanged, Tanjug said. necessary. Clark Clifford says

N.C. kills/ // ERA First Senate test WASHINGTON (UPI)-Former Defense Secretary Clark
Clifford urged Congress Wednesday to rewrite the charter of
the Central Intelligence Agency.
RALEIGH N.C.UPJ( !) The North Carolina House of ERA TuesdayTALLAHASSEE "My major recommendation was that the act creating the
sounded the death knell for the Equal Rights Amendment in CIA, which is more than 20 years old, has become obsolete,"
1975 Wednesday, killing it by five votes.' Clifford told reporters after he had testified before the Senate,
The house rejected ERA 62.57 and then dashed any hope of FLA. (UPI)- The senate rules committee Select Committee on Intelligence.
reconsidering the measure later in the session by a three-vote Wednesday scheduled a crucial vote next Tuesday on "I 1 believe that Congress would be doing a public service if
margin. whether to send the Equal Rights Amendment to the senate they would create a new law.
The amendment has been ratified by 34 states and the floor, and backers of the battered,amendment said they will Clifford also said he had recommended that congress
approval of 38 is needed by 1979 for it to become part of the not give up until the last vote is cast. establish a new CIA oversight committee.He .
Constitution.The 'Rules Chairman Lew Brantley, D-Jacksonville, one of the told the Intelligence Committee President Harry
measure still is alive in the Florida Missouri and Senate's most ardent opponents of the amendment forbidding Truman, who was in office when the CIA was created, had
Illinois legislatures, but even proponents are not optimistic.And governmental discrimination on the basis of sex, scheduledthe never intended that the agency become engaged in police or
even the endorsements are withering. The Texas 2 p.m. hearing in the senate's biggest conference room- domestic spying activities.
Legislature is considering a proposal to rescind its 1972 which last year was the scene of a packed rules session that
ratification.In sent the ERA to a 21.19 defeat on the floor.
North Carolina the House gave ERA a two-vote "If it passes the committee, we can take it up on the floor GAO sues PresidentWASHINGTON
preliminary victory Tuesday but three legislators changed Wednesday or Friday, or, maybe some future time," said
.. their minds and a fourth, who was absent Tuesday, ,voted Brantley,who has vowed to stifle the House-passed resolutionin
(UPI)- The General Accounting Office
against the amendment. committee if he can.
has filed suit against President Ford and several of his aides,
charging the administration with violating the law by refusingto

. Dickinson is acquitted income spend Americans.more than $264 million in housing subsidies for low

Comptroller General Elmer Staats, head of the GAO,
JACKSONVILLE (UPI) Former Florida ComptrollerFred When the verdict was read by Judge Hodges, Dickinson sought a court order in the suit filed Tuesday ordering Ford to
O. Dickinson Jr. was acquitted by a six-man, six-woman broke in a large grin turned to his wife, Mildred, in the front obligate the housing funds appropriated by Congress three
federal jury Wednesday of conspiring to extort stock from row of the spectator's section of the courtroom and blew her a years ago.
three banks seeking a state charter from his office. kiss.The The GAO, the investigative arm of Congress, also named
The trial ended after four weeks when the jury returned prosecutor then asked for a poll of the jury, and with Housing Secretary Carla Hills and Budget Director James
with the innocent verdict four hours and 10 minutes after the foreman answering first, each member of the panel an- Lynn as defendants in the suit.
Federal Judge W.Terrell Hodges sent them to deliberate the swered "not guilty." The seven-year-old program would have the Housing and
case with a warning to take the testimony of an alleged ac- Dickinson's defense throughout the trial was that he was a Urban Development Department subsidize home mortgage to
complice "with great caution." "scapegoat" in an extortion plot. allow low-income families to purchase homes.

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Locker Room Sport Shop's : regent bill alive I

Alligator Staff WriterA

SALE "mortally wounded" bill to put three
students on the Board of Regents made a
miraculous recovery Wednesday afternoon
when the Senate Education Committee
passed it 72.

Intense lobbying by student groups in favorof
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Gr1l'nd-5Ian1'.Sl)01: the bill'' apparently changed: the minds of

'' <' h Buy two AI I Keg. "ric'('. Jet; Third Shirt FKKK" three student senator? who yesterday gave the,
: -regent proposal a negative vote.
,,(:; THE BILL, sponsored by Sen. Jack + V
Cordon, D-Miami, would create a 12-member M
Jt 1 < TENNIS WEAR board with three student regents.An .

i Buy One Tennis DreU At Keg. Prior & amendment to the bill specifies<<; that at
least two of the students must be un
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"Undergraduates outnumber .I grads by
w TENNIS RACKETS about five to one, so this (amendment) insures
fair representation," Linda McMullen,
lj% Off On AIITennis Kncket' Frames" : Gordon's legislative assistant, said.
designate E.T. York was "somewhat surprised REGENT JACK MCGRIFF
,' GARCIA; I BANCROFT: I1KA!) by the committee's vote. .. a complete. .three students'too many'FSL
I.' ', '" turnaround from a few days ago" when the
committee nixed the proposal.

)''Ifc.i:! l ;< TENNIS BAILS York appeared before the committee to MANAGING DIRECTOR Mark
....r. ff..i1r..tr". .'. .". 4 Y represent the Regents Legislative Com Hammond said Voorhees' negative testimony"led
. Pc'nn.Tc'nlli. Balls 52.25 Can. mittee's opposition to the bill. the senators to believe students were
He said the main objection to the inclusionof opposed to the bill."

TENNIS SHOES students on the Board of Regents is that it Getting the proposal passed was just a
would change the board from one made of matter of "getting the real position of the
Selected Stales Of Converse Tennis Shoes !. impartial citizens to containing members with Florida Student Lobby across to the individual
f.\ vested interests. senators, Hammond said.
*.. U.. g.SlI.f)5. OW'NLY$12.)0() YORK ALSO SAID he believed that since Hammond, who spoke in favor of the bill,
t only three of the universities would be said many students appeared before the
represented each year, the board would be committee to voice their support.

V-50 Raeket Balls 81.00 Kaeh: subject to an "injection of institutional bias "YESTERDAY'S SCARE brought a lot of
which would certainly not serve the best students down from FSU who stood up at the
interests of the state." meeting and said they agreed with the
Gordon called the passing of his bill presentations in favor of the bill," Hammond

Locker Room Sport Shop "considerable recognition that responsible explained.
students can make usefufinput to decisions in Gordon also attributed the bill's success to
;3749 W. University 3774380 higher education." the "extremely" good job of the student
The student regents must be full-time lobbyists.
students and would be appointed by the SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz repeated his
governor to one-year terms. Like the other opinion of.the bill as "a bad idea whose timeis

O O regents the students would have to be 10-year past."
residents of the state before being appointed.A HE ARGUED THAT students constitute a
."special interest group" and their presence on
the board would hurt the regents' credibility.
!specifies that no more than two regents can
Mautz also maintained student
O3S35O5SWARCHER come from the same county in the state,
the Council of
representation through
While. the bill cannot mandate how the
Student Body President gives students "inputall
makes his appointments. McMullensaid
governor the line in decisions."
RD. the intent ,of the bill is to rotate along making policy
Regent Jack McGriff of Gainesville said he
representation among the nine state,
did not having student the board,
oppose a on
universities so that no university would have
377-0948 but that adding three students made the
more than one of its students on the board at
board too large."I .
a time or be for two in a
represented years
Open 10 am-8pm daily row.. THINK IT'S overweight with students in
proportion to the people involved," McGriff
,. 12 6 pm Sunday Senators who okayed the proposal include: said of the proposal.He .

Gordon; Kenneth MacKay, D-Ocala; Robert agreed with York that putting studentson
We handle ordersA
: Graham. D-Miami Bob Saunders D- the board would set a precedent whereby
Gainesville.: Curtis Peterson D-Eaton Park; administrators, (faculty and career service
Kenneth Plante. R.Winter'Park; and Thomas employes would also want a member on the

Friendly Produce Market Just for YOU ,Tobiassen R-Pensacola. board.
HENRY SAYLER, R-St. Petersburg, and Gordon has argued that onlY' students
Vernon Holloway, D-Miami, voted against
deserve a place on the board because they are
; Gordon's bill. "the main consumers of education," while
The bill ItW, goes to the Rules and faculty and administrators are state employes.
Fresh Milk.- . 1.39 gallon .Calendar Committee, whictbdecides when it McGriff also questioned whether full-time
will appear:on.tale senate""f1oor !students would be able to devote the necessary
'Gordon's bill received a negative vote in the time to studying SUS problems and attend

Jumbo Eggs (Grade Al.) ... .. 65 dozen committee meeting Tuesday'morning whichw out-ot=town meetings. He, also wondered if -
.. blamed on a "negative, erroneous one,: year' was enough time for any student
:- L." r presentation" from the Florida Student regent to become acquainted with theuniversity

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Page,The Independent Florida Alligator,Thursday,April 17, 1975 i

. .' Bowden seeking VP positionBy AREA presents COUNCIL

Alligator Staff Writer n w n DRY CELLARAn

Stressing his experience in dealing with the problems of the i evening with live
future, the latest candidate interviewed for vice president for I
academic affairs said Wednesday UF's potential for national i WILLIAM entertainment on
prominence depended on how well it handled those problems. '' '
BOWDEN ,., ,, ',,'
William Bowden, executive director' of the Southern ," ',:.::, Mii !\I'*)" ''
: stresses"OF APRIL
Growth Policies Board, told"the search committee UF was FRIDAY : 18
"on its way to being a great university,but whether or not that ,tom greatness"You
greatness will come depends on how well strategies are f from
developed over the years."
ADMITTING THAT the "quick and easy way to attaingreatness" '
S till 1
was through more money, Bowden explained that r 9p.m. a.m.,
funds for education will be tight over the next few years and
some "priority decisions" would have to be made. are sitting in the midst of a really great state Cokes
Bowden emphasized some programs might have to be university," Bowden said, adding that the diverse number of Beer, Popcorn
eliminated if it is determined not enough funds exist to have schools on campus led 'to that "greatness."
each department "achieve greatness." Bowden also said he favored the concept of fair Wages and $1.00 w/activity card
"You probably will have to make some very tough decisions grievance procedures for UF employes but added he thoughtthe
about what you really consider important for academic ex "impersonal nature" of collective bargaining would $1.50 withoutAll ,
cellence. You have to decide what you can do with a finite "polarize" areas of UF.
amount of resources," Bowden said., "I'M CONVINCED of the point of view that unionized Drinks Included
HE ADDED, however, ,that any elimination or con collective bargaining fragments and polarizes a university. It
solidation of programs would have to be made with puts faculty and administrators,in separate camps," Bowden
agreement from "top to bottom," with input from students, said.He
faculty and administrators., explained that professional unions to solve university THE CONNECTION
Bowden also said each of the nine schools in the state problems "seems to be anti-intellectual" and suggested that
university system would have to cooperate in the future to conflicts should be worked out between faculty ad- LOUNGE
determine if some programs were being duplicated un-' ministrators and students without an outside bargaining
neccessarily.But agent.
he emphasized that UF should not give up its goals of The office of vice president for academic affairs was
being a "flagship university" of the state. vacated when Harold Hanson became UF executive vice NO COVER MWThursday
RESPONDING TO questions from the committee about president. -
the possibility of UF losing some of its programs to build up Bowden is one of four ofd campus candidates being interviewed
other state schools, Bowden argued it would be "disasterous,if for the post. Five on-campus candidates, including
everyone followed the myth .of equality" for all the state interim Vice ,President Robert Bryan, have already been
schools. interviewed by the search committee.

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h. Now Playing"Dougherty
By BRIANJONESAlligator money, under the bill.
Staff Writer Some of the local state banks already surpass the proposedtwo Brothers"Happy
per cent loan money requirement, however. i
State banks will be required to offer students loan money ifa Wyatt Martin attorney for the appropriations committee
bill tiled by the chairman of the Florida House Ap- who helped draft the bill said he doesn't know yet how much HourMondayFriday
propriations Committee becomes law. money; the bill would make available statewide. .
The bill, proposed by State Rep. John Forbes, D- "THE TWO PER CENT figure was put in arbitrarily. It 5-8
Jacksonville, would require all banks licensed by the state to could be raised or lowered" after: the banking and finance pm
offer at least two per cent of their "unimpaired capital and subcommittee studies the bill, Martin said.
surplus" for loans to students accepted or registered at state Gainesville Charter Bank Vice President Randy Coleman Friday-TGIF Party'
recognized higher learning institutions.IN said most banks in Florida are state banks, but estimated the
GAINESVILLE, the six state banks together would be majority of those already offer at least as 'much money for 3500 S.W. lath St. 377-2776
required to make available about $175.000 in student loanUF'crisis' student loans as would be required by the bill.
Under the bill the Charter,Bank would be required to,
make available about $29,500 for students to borrow
special COLEMAN SAID the bank already has "about $40,000"out
in student loans.
"University in Crisis." will ,be the topic of a* YVUFT, Ed Wood, vice president of Gainesville Atlantic Bank, said THANKYOU
Channel 5 one hour special to be shown tonight at 8. his bank has loaned out "many, many times" the $17,250 it
The program's guests will be Dr. Arthur A. Broyles, UF would be required to make available under the bill.
professor of Physics Dr. Robert A. Bryan, interim vice Wool said the Atlantic Bank has "a couple of hundred
president of academic affairs and Dean Calvin VanderWerf thousand dollars" out in student loans. At this time ( ad deadline ) we
College of Arts and Sciences. Not all the local state banks surpass the proposal's
Part of a weekly series called Conversation the program is requirements. Vice President Nanette Haviland of People'sBank don't know who won. Manyof
hosted UF Dr. Michael Gannon.
by religion professor said her bank "hasn't begun a student loan "
This week Conversation will be open to phone-in questions.The The bill might be program.
"substantially reworked" by the and
public is invited to phone in any questions pertaining to committee before being sent to the house floor appropriations you gave money yourtimetohelpus.
the topic that the guests might be able to answer. Martin said.
Thank you.

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KEN PLATO of class and smoke," said Hugh Cunningham

Alligator Staff WriterNo ., director of university information.
"I'VE BEEN ON this job for two years and
Smoking! letters have been circulated from the

A common sign in many UF classrooms is president's desk four or live times through the

being ignored by students and teachers university during the two years" concerning

DCMi according to Paul Morris superintendent. of, re-enforcement of the no-smoking. policy
UF's building services department. : Cunningham said.,
"WE GO TO A lot of expense and work to "If the instructors would put down a little

put up the signs saying no-smoking' in pressure it v ould help. but it's hard for the
classrooms and it is almost always ignored." instructor t-. stand in front of class and smoke
Morris said. and enforce this rule," Olson said.
the semi
annual UF policy prohibits smoking and eating in Olson added "You won't be able to get one

all classrooms and laboratories. Smoking is building to go along (with the policy) and not
allowed in recreation and seminar rooms the rest. You have to get them all or none."

where, ash trays are provided. SEVERAL DEANS of UF colleges said
book&Iecold "Overall it isn't enforced," Morris said. when they receive a memorandum from UF

"We are very short of people and money andit President Robert Q..Marston concerning the
increases the cost of cleaning," he said. university's smoking policy, they circulate
"ORDINARILY WE could go a night or memos to faculty members and review the
two with just dust mopping the floors" of policy at department chairmen meetings.Dr. .
UF's buildings Robert Olson, assistant Joseph! Sabatella interim dean for the

superintendent, of building services said. college of Architecture and Fine Arts, said

.SALE Olson said now his custodians must wet the policy for the most part is not working.But .
mop the floor every night, because the no- Sabatella said he was "absolutely for this
smoking and no-eating policy is not enforced. policy" as 'a common courtesy to fellow

"When 1 come in at night (for work), it's students and instructors.Dr. .

like a pig pen," Supervisor of Custodians Kenneth F. Fingers dean of the Collegeof

.William, Beach said. Pharmacy said the policy is "rigidly"
BEACH SAID the worst buildings where enforced at the Pharmacy College.AT .

APRIL 16.1i8 the policy is not enforced are Matherly TilE COLLEGE of Physical
Peabody Little Norman and Weil. Halls and Education, Dean Clifford A Boyd agreed that
Carlton Auditorium. the policy .is being effectively enforced there

The custodial supervisor said he could not also.The
name a UF building that "really enforces" the main problem at the College of
policy. Journalism Dean John Paul Jones said, is
in front of
theCampus "We often get letters of complaint from "students who go in rooms before class meets
students saying the no-smoking rule is not and grind their butts into the floor."

only not enforced-but instructors stand in University Police Department (UPD) Lt.
R.D. Martin'said UPD officers encounter this

problem only in Florida gym during sports
Student kills selfRichard events.

:: "We try to encourage the students smokingto
Mark Perry 3UC died Monday go outside the gym if they want to smoke."

Shopt Bookstore night of a self-inflicted gunshot wound according Martin said.

to. Gainesville Police Department. THE UPD LIEUTENANT,said the police .
(GPD) Information Officer Dick Gerrard. department feels it is up to the instructor to
Perry 21, lived at 2305 SE 10th Ave. He enforce the policy in classroom buildings.

was found by his roommate at around 9 p.m. There are no county or city ordinances
after he had apparently shot himself in the related to smoking in public places in

in the Hub head with a shotgun Gerrard said. Gainesville.Bob .-
Gerrard said that the roommate had left Phillips assistant to the city managerof

the' house while Perry was asleep and that Gainesville said"We took a survey about a'

when he returned Perry's alarm clock was year and a half ago to get local merchants'
ringing. He entered the room and found Perry feelings about a no-smoking ordinance and
lying in bed. the reaction was not favorable at all.

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I ;:: Mistrial declared Sunland case

." By JANET PARK failing to report an alleged assault and! Theodore Henley was
Alligator Staff Writer found guilty of one count and innocent of another count of
failure to report an assault.
County Court Judge Margaret Wright declared a mistrial COTTAGE PARENTS Ida Mae Suggs Andrew Hines and
Wednesday in\he case of a Sunland Training Center cottage Carol Richardson are scheduled this week to be tried on There
parent who allegedly tried to make a client eat a bar of soap. ,
residents. .
counts of assaulting "
Wright said, "Allegations were ,made, to me concerning The jury deliberated for four hours Wednesday afternoon, is only one
something one of the jurors had said." returning their verdict at 5 p.m. The jurors returned to the
WRIGHT SAID THE trial of James Yearby will be courtroom twice to clarify part of the testimony. Earth brand shoe.You
rescheduled for today at 1:30: p.m. .
Another Sunland employe, David Fleming, was found Defense attorney Stephen Lubow declined to comment on will experience i its_ comfortas
guilty of four counts of assault and battery of four Sunland the basis of the motion for mistrial in the Yearby case.
residents. Cottage parent Virginia Roark was acquitted Tuesday of soon as you try it tn.i .
Co-defendant Lewis Bohannon was found innocent of assaulting a male resident.
i And the lOnger you wear it,

. Engineering faculty still in bargaining raceA I the more you11 appreciate

Board of Regents report publicized by UF that'the*' newsletter, "Memo." quality
Florida Engineering Faculty Association has dropped out of UF Public Information Officer Hugh Cunningham, who shoeits value.
the collective bargaining race is false, the association's oversees the digest said a correction would be printed and
said that "the reprinted the information"
president Wednesday. university merely
... .
UF Engineering Prof.Bernard Leadon said his group still is printed in the regents' newsletter. only at
competing to represent engineering faculty at four state Although not prevented from double checking the information
universities, including UF. Cunningham said UF must "defer to the regents"on
Wednesday's "University Digest,"the UF paid advertising all collective bargaining matters. 1230 University Ave.
section of The Alligator, said "the Florida Engineering Leadon said he and other representatives of his group have
Faculty Association appears to have dropped out" of the appeared numerous times before the Public Employes Gainesville.FL 32601 377-5803
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23 blocks to Mister Donut Loop system approved 1

when there's a donut shop
Alligator Staff: Writer roads could possibly go within the next five
away? to 10 years" McGritf said.

The loop system proposals include the
of West 39th Avenue and West
The best ,reason is that Mister Donut's The Alachua County Commission approved 53rd Avenue to increase the flow of traffic
Tuesday a proposed major thoroughfare plan '
going east and west, he said.
quality is well worth the'drive. Off the, 'for Alachua'County that would include the The Millhopper Road (NW 43rd Street)
construction of a "loop system" around the 441
would also be extended to North Highway
top of our head we came up with 8 city of Gainesville. in the proposal, McGriff said.A .
loop system would increase the traffic PUBLIC HEARING on the proposal will
flow outside the perimeter of Gainesville be scheduled before the plan goes into effect.In .
treats offered only at Mister Donut: according McGriff. to County Commissioner Perry. other action the commission:

.. Approved a request by the local
legislative delegation allowing the question of
Mister unification to be placed on the ballot for
Ugly Brownies
Alachua County voters,in November. If the
Post officetaking
Whole Wheat Donuts French Crullers unification plan is approved candidates who
wish to run for office under the new govern-
Apple Cider Fresh from ment would run in March of next year
McGriff said.Approved.
Blue Berry Muffins Colombia jobapplications a dog license ordinance that
would require all dogs in unincorporatedareas
Chocolate Eclairs Mister Donut Coffee of the county to be licensed.

By the way, our filled donuts are ,
The United States Postal Service is holding

cheaper by the dozen Gainesville examinations Post for clerk-carrier Office. positions at the Lacking quorum ,

They are gathering a list of eligible men
than other donut shops. and women from which an applicant will be senoteodjourns
selected as positions open up.
Open 24 hours Anyone interested may pick up application The Student Senate did not have a
forms and, get information from the service quorum so Senate President Kevin Malone
windows at the main Post Office downtown, adjourned senate meeting at 7:55: p.m.
2111 NW 13th St. or at University Station 1630 NW 1st Ave. Tuesday night.
miSter All applicants must be citizens of the Only 26 senators showed up for the
Across from United States or have established permanent meeting. Forty of the 80 senators are neededfor
residence here. They must also be 18 years a quorum.
Dorwt; J.M. Fields 'old and a high school graduate.The The proposed new Honor Court Rules of
deadline for applications is may I, procedures will come up for first reading at
1975. the next meeting.


Sponsored by the J.Wayne Reitz Union, If you can'tsmoke
Asian Studies Department, Public Functions it drink it.spend it or love it
and the Arts and Sciences Student CouncilAn ...forget it.THURS DOUBLE FEATURESEVEN

Indian dance performance featuring three

traditional cultural dances will be presented in the J. YEAR ITCH -
Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom at 8:15: p.m. on April 18.
Sun., April 20 7:00
Anjali the performer will be giving her first per. Directed by Billy Wilder,
formance in the Southeastern United States.
this film ofWG
: is very typical
I the situation comedies in

Admission is free, however those attending the Indian which Marilyn Monroe
starred throughout the
dinner will get reserved seating. Fifties.

.., 2nd Floor Aud. SOc
Only a limited number of seats will be available to REITZ UNION .
those not attending the dinner. : r: 1 \. .... :.

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coordination with INDIAN the DINNERIn dance performance, the J. ,MwM i.:...;i.'"... RIVER OF NO RETURN -
.: Sun., April I 20 9:30
dinner of f Indian
Wayne Reitz Union will sponsor a '
::: Many consider this
and ;
cuisine. The dinner will precede the performance .
: .: action adventure be
: : to
become .
will people an opportunity to .
give of India. :::: .: :::,.:: one of Monroe's best
acquainted with food ,and music ::;::.:':. '.: ;:":: roles, as well as one of

,::::....:: :...;;.:.. Otto Preminger's best
PAYDAY ;::: ::{: ::.:.;: pictures. The film
Reserved seats for the dance performance will be :.::.:':::,':::' depicts the journey of

made available to those attending the dinner. :',:: ::'.'::. Monroe, a dance hall
Tickets are $4.00 for U of F students, $5.50 for non '.::.':.'.\.: girl, and a widower
students. :::;::':':::.'.:.:. (Robert Mitchum) and
the .
Beginning April 7, tickets will be on sale at : :. ... .:'. his down
run a
University Box Office (Constans Theatre) from 12:00: to .,APRIL 17-7:00,9:30: : I treacherous river
430'p.m.: ., Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be 2nd Floor Aud. 50c

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Marshall PatientsRegent Harris, the man who loves a
; /
good fight, has engaged in ,several jousts since
taking his post on the board in January,
The\ Alligator has taken issue, .with. his stands
often. iii/
But while on campus, Harris did make at least
one proposal which we hope will serve as serious
food for thought. ,
% After surveying the situation at the J. Hillis
Miller Health Center, Harris suggested the
surrounding counties pay for indigent patient care
at Shands.
According to Shands officials, $2.5 million is
written off by Shands because patients who cannot
pay for health care are referred there from / // /
counties throughout the area. //l/
The hospital claims it ,doesn't want to turn away
patients at the door if they need treatment whichis
easily understood.We DON'T WANT ANY !I

agree with Harris that
their fair share for ,services
their citizens. '
The problem is not limited to
Every county in the state sends again..TILTI"I
but the 13 northern Florida

the Sometimes referrals. counties avoid to acce.

allowing people to .be
acknowledging responsibility. have entered
Shands presently writes off the

doing business, according to [ ]

Health Affairs Chandler '..
Raymond Wright, Alachua ;
administrator, said the county
indigent,patients referred to right and proceed. to "THE

added, "Alachua County has have been assigned manner
their room. There
payments. To make your
and 19 chairs
The state contributes funding (the University
apart and two
of Shands' operating costs. ) following program note that
their bills bear the brunt of the : More Than guaranteed to

the hospital runs mostly on plemented
patients for care. cannot be
The problem lies in "A
replace the
governments in the area pay for eliminates all
by both Alachua General and system
counties do not have great background
available, and few have work."I switch to an on scan genetic
Thank "
patients to Alachua General structure measuring you. student."Our
to reimburse either. a volume of 1,250 faultless. It
But because taxing limits at right student must
controlled by the Florida : university
outlying! counties have to hope is cardboard white. It contains find" shredded.

money If they don't get it, six 500-watt ceiling in all :
free ride at the two Alachua : white paper, dividuality are
"I would like other counties All outside "We hope
General as well as Shands by this process to 310 both
Alachua County commissioner for the questions
We agree.Allowing again, again, !

counties to ,
would serve as a long-term Ron Cunningham David Klein
County's problems. But Editor.ln.Chl Managing Editor
foot a bill of $2.5 million for '
George Kochanlec Jr. Donna Brv man
most of whom don't even ga t or. ptIotoEdltar Layout Editor
county. They shouldn't have to

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: House probe of CIA


runs into roadblocksWASHINGTON


The House investigation claims
to collect Medicare money.
of the Central I Intelligence Agency PERHAPS THE MOST incredible case is
is floundering. that of the "Welfare Queen" of Illinois. C
Two months ago Rep. Lucien Nedzi, D- Investigators have found that she first posedas
Mich., was named chairman of a select surgeon and billed the state for performing
committee that will probe the intelligence an open heart operation. Then she
community. As the head of an Armed Services turned around and posed as the heart patientand
subcommittee which oversees the CIA, collected for paying her phony doctor bill.
Nedzi had already gained some repute as a Finally, she submitted a bill for an additional
toothless watchdog.Now $16 a day as the heart patient's private nurse.
critics say, he is living up to his The investigators turned up similar
reputation.TO schemes all across the country. But only one
THIS DATE, he has neither named a in 10 cheats is caught they say. Congress is

chief counsel for the special committee nor now being asked to provide more money for -.,.,. ...-... --"- ""- .......... -
hired a staff. At first, say our sources, he policing the Medicare and medicaid -
wanted to transfer the staff chief of his programs. r p*you SPEAK TO vm nut vw I lUtffW t*vaoarf oaaoiDBjcr7Ha RAIUlOAPJ. I
regular subcommittee to the new panel. That BILKED AGAIN? The Federal Energy
Administration has ordered oil companies
I caught overcharging to roll back their prices
JACK ANDERSON and reimburse their customers.But .
the question now arises whether the Whistling in the dark .
consumers will be bilked out of the reim-
bursements. Sources high in the Federal
Energy Administration tell us that they're EDITOR With the mindsof would drag women from a complete upon proof of
suggestion, however was dropped when it met afraid the rebates will never reach the con- many people centered cave the idea of rape was penetration 6nly."
with criticism from some of' Nedzi's sumers. Here's why: around the Equal Rights known to women and women So my dear Cindy
colt ..gues. The oilmen overcharged the utility com- Amendment (ERA), the alone. However, today in a Shellenberger, SG director for
Since then, insiders say, Nedzi has been panies for fuel. The oilmen, therefore must concept of the equality of time when everyone is equal women's affairs, you probablydid
searching for a staff director who will not reimburse the utilities. The Federal Energy women is getting a little out of why is it that men are never not bother to think or
project a "prosecutorial image." He wants a Administration does not have the power to hand. For the past four years considered when the word wonder if a man could be
man "in the mold" of John Doar, the lawyer force the utilities to pass the savings along to I have been paying a fee to rape comes around? raped. But alas, he can. We
who headed the staff of the House Impeachment their customers. Student Government to use as Let me quote from Chapter too have an area of
Panel. Indeed, Nedzi has met WHEN FUEL COSTS went up, of course, they feel free but now the 794.01 in the Florida Statute penetration. Surprised? Welldon't
with Doar to seek his recommendations.So the utilities always added the increases to time has come when we concerning rape which' be because the statutesno
far, Nedzi's search has proven fruitless. their customer's fuel bills. But now that the should put our foot down. states: "Whoever ravishesand longer read just female
Watergate prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste, overcharges will be paid back, the utilities are When Florida Blue Key carnally knows a femaleof and her, but have the word
lor example turned down the job to pursue less anxious to share the rebates with their was ruled a sex discriminatory the age of ten years or person and his on the law
other "interests." Library of Congress official customers. organization their funds were more by force and againsther books.IT .
he can't Our worried that the utilities taken to please many ALL BOILS down to the
Lester Jayson has been asked, but sources are away will or unlawfully or
And will find the reim women on the campus until tact that a male can be raped
decide whether to accept. two prominent some excuse to pocket carnally knows and abuses a
Michigan jurists, Otis Smith and Ted Souris bursements. they voted to admit women. female child under the age of but the real question is can we
GOOD DOPE The CIA The time now has come when get a whistle to protect
have also rejected Nedzi's offers. has been caught ten years, shall be punishedby
The special Senate committee, in contrast, tapping telephones, opening mail and spyingon the males of this campus, or death, unless majority of ourselves? Feel free to set up
is,deep into its probe of the CIA. American citizens in violation of the law. should I say "other people" as the jury in their verdict your tables on campus and
MEDICARE'FRAUDi The Medicare and But behind the scenes, the agency is carrying your advertisement ,for Betty recommended mercy, in have your "women students
medicaid programs are being ripped off to the on its intelligence activities as usual. Friedan put it, to demand which event punishment shall show their ID's and pick up
tune of S3 billion a year. Each day, it produces the most accurate, that we be able to anti-rape be by imprisonment in the their whistles" you might just
Chiseling doctors, cheating patients and best written Intelligence reports available in whistles.I state prison for life or for any have a few "other people" in
even the Mafia have been pocketing federal Washington. The first thing President Ford WAS APPALLED by the term of years within the the line that demand a whistleto
money intended for the poor and elderly sick. does when he gets up each morning is read the idea that SG has spent $650 discretion of the judge." Thisis protect themselves against
In all, congressional investigators 'estimate, CIA's intelligence summary. And CIA chief for whistles in a time when the the way the law read in rape.On
William leads off each National lF) can not afford to turn on another note this is a
,about 10 per cent of Medicare and medicaid Colby 1967. However in the revised
money is being paid out to flim-flam experts. Security Council meeting with an intelligence air conditioners on campus; section in 1973 the law reads a. very discriminatory piece of
and to think that the whistles legislation on the part of SG.
Disreputable doctors have been inflating briefing.The bit different. Today Chapter
their bills, the investigators found, to collect intelligence that comes out of the State are to be given out to "womenon 794.01 in the Florida Statute The Student Senate Bill 75-
more from the government. In Chicago, the and Defense Departments is usually slantedto campus" as your article reads: "I 1. Whoever of the 1061 stated the reason lor the
Mafia has apparently moved into an illegal support the policies that those departments stated makes me even more age of seventeen years or older request of the whistles was
bill-collection racket to exploit the welfare advocate. CIA intelligence on the other hand, upset. What about men? unlawfully ravishes, or carnally "To purchase whistles to be
system. And of course patients can file false is usually straight. Back in the days when men knows a child under the distributed among the women
of the of
campus as a symbol
age of eleven is guilty of a
the of UF studentsin
capital felony, punishable as
their campaign against
provided in 775.082.
rape, and to aid in rape
2. WHOEVER prevention." 1 fail to see the
I DQ RAVISHES or carnally prevention aspect of the
s D p knows a person of the age of matter and feel this was
eleven years or more, by force another political tool] used by
__ and against his or her will, or the women in SG.
unlawfully and carnally However there is one
l lI knows and abuses a child advantage to the whole issue
under the age of eleven years, and that is if anyone likes to
shall be guilty of a life felony, whistle while they work it will
punishable as provided in serve a great function. Well,
775.082. male friends, I want to !see the
"3. It !shall not be women whistle their way out
necessary to prove the actual of this one.
emission of !seed, but the
crime shall be deemed Bob Bratek 4JM

I 4.JLu The Independent

ra. Florida AlligatorSheila

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-I A Editor A *ociat' *.Editor

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Independent"" Florida Alligator,Thursday",April 17,1975, Pogo 11 1

War end'' f for Vietnam t ':J( ''', .. 'r. '' ,

may never Veterans ;> Host+' an awful lot t, j

the effort was t te accomplished" he saidremembering, his 13 months in 'L.
he feels
ByTERRISALT .. munist lorces are advancing on Saigon things
Alligator Staff Writer "'a loss"\ ,p Vietnam. of b buddiesand d d
I "I FEEL THE loss of 60.000 troops, the loss of all the r'If r- -I recall ll'when'", we went out and"bombing was\ halted,"" he r

Although United States troops pulled out of the war more money," he said P paused, adding. "more guys died. "''i,:"f''., .
than two years ago, Americans still have a very special Interestin But Johnson.. AnP.c* not hesitate\ to say the United States Stan Michelson., member'of t the Vietnam Veterns against\ :'1'',ti.'
the fate of South Vietnam. ,should have !stayed\ and helped its allies. We let down the they the War, said,he volunteered to serve in Vietnam" because! "I .. d I wonder d r why h y.::? '.

Forteaeh\' <;h veteran in this country the war was a personal South Vietnamese, he said. Now other countries may questionAmerica's thought t we+e were preserving a d democracy. j..l.J... ,. ..,.... ,:.
experience hell'I never forget, and as one veteran said*."Thereis -good faith. callme i AFTER SPENDING 20 months in Vietnam, his \views' eo..," ,. '
iJ : ;
not one of us who saw it in the same light." Don Desselle, an air lorce pilot who flew missions into J, greatly changed. j,'"' What h for ? ": : .
VETERANS LIKE UF student Sam Johnson, Who was a.. Vietname, also'' believes there'was a definite reason for I'd' He said the Thieu government in South Vietnam "is not a : ",1
I marine in Da Nang did not end their involvement\ .when America's involvement in the ,war.,, go i democracy.. [the struggle between the South and North is a \,
returning home. "IF YOU'VE' EVER seen people at the hands of the North backtomorrow civil war," he said;
He spent seven months in the hospital with stomach and Vietnamese you'd know why we were over there," he said. "No one can settle the dispute of another country."
intestinal disorders because in Vietnam he became, infected Now with more than two-thirds of South Vietnam taken HE EXPLAINED that the South Vietnamese don't' want to '
with salmonella bacteria. over 'by communist forces s, Desselle remembers the good fight because the >soldiers. don't' get paid, are not taken care of "
"It messed me 'Mp internally" he said. friends that never came home from the war.' if disabled\ and don't''t get to see their families.. i iIt
FURTHERMORE, THE war "made me feel I'm not the "I 1 lost an awful lot of buddies and.I.I wonder why? What It is ditlicult for the soldiers to support a government that
!same> person 1 I.-was. when' I went there." for?" he asked.DESSELLE -Kenneth does not take care of them, he said,,.
Since he returned, Johnson explained, he's easy to rile and SOMETIMES feels cheated. Newman 1k Later Michelson went on to say, "The "whole, trip was
doesn't "mess with .guns anymore." "i 1 could have spent those years .home with my wife and rong. I hope we can realize our mistakes."" t
Although he believes United States involvement in the war family"" he said.Deselle "WE ONLY POSTPONED what is happening today."
was necessary, now.that we have "pulled out" and Com s believes many Americans can't' identify)' with!h the t Kenneth Newman spent seven months in Vietnam in the
Vietnamese.. l infantry.'
"THEY THINK these people aren't real, that they don't From Ocala, Newman recently was in Gainesville's

exist," he' said. "" n ,, -"'- .. Veterans Hospital for operations on his ankles and legs. He o(,
Students feelAmerican "But they are real people" he said. photo by John moron suffered\ !shrapnel> wounds and fractures in Vietnam.

"I 1 don't know. I don't have the answers. People are people.If He explained the United States government has a DRESSED IN HIS street clothes, sitting on the hospitalbed
we can help anyone, we are helping ourselves, he said "responsibility to people at home.," before being released Newman said United States troops
aid quietly. Rather than aiding Vietnamese refugees Young feels the \should not have gone to Vietnam. '
Bennie Young, a medically retired .helicopter pilot, servedin United States should help feed and find employment for its However\\ he!said I "I hate to think we lost! !so many lives over
Vietnam three different times. own? people. there for nothing:""
IN 1971, AFTER 18'/i'//,years as a professional soldier Youngwas "I FEEL NO grudge whatsoever, but I'feel we've' done our Newman !said> he is not. at surprised with the present
needed In Nam !shot four times and lost his left leg at the knee. thing. Now it's up to them:"" \situation in Vietnam.,/"We' pulled out and left them with no

"Was it really worth it?" Young asked. Like any other veterans Young believes the \war\ \was\ protection" he !said. ,
Youngnow, 39, spent two years in the hospital. bungled.The "IF WE DON'T' go back to Vietnam, a lot of men have died
ByTERRISALT y HAVING MADE A career of the army, Young,who has a United States "should have taken over complete for nothing"" .v,
Alligator Staff Writer wife and live children, found himself untrained for any other control of the lighting situation" he said. Leaning forward he said"If,: they call me, I'd go back J

profession.. "BECAUSE OF diplomacy and politics. it had to look like tomorrow?. It my country wants me to fight I will."
Many of UF's South Vietnamese students have ex "I DON'T' regret that we became involved," he said about the South Vietnamese were doing it it."" 'The Vietnam veterans may hold differing viewpoints, but

pressed disappointment and despair at the apparent the war in Vietnam. John Marsh, who served in the marines in Da Nang they have one thing in common. .
agrees '
failure of the United States to give further aid to South The United States made ',' for them, the in
a "committment, he said. "We the United States made mistakes in the conduct of the war. war Vietnam may never end. -
Vietnam. were bound by our word to aid South Vietnam." He believes in" and
"politicians limited
"Without the help of the United States, the South stepped military .
However, the "South Vietnamese let
fight for power, citing the bombing halts and removal of Gen. William Students
Vietnamese cannot tight effectively said Pham Minh "
them. I feel they let us down, he said. Westmoreland .
Hoang 7 7AG, expressing the views of South Viet as examples."AS
namese students at UF. many NOW, YOUNG said our obligation. has been fulfilled. LONG AS they let the military take its way, we got (From ) Saigon t tails to the communists it is uncertain whether the him about returning home to be with their families.

MOST OF THE students agree the U.S. should send not ,.... page one !students> will be allowed to return to their country. These students can receive air fare home from AID if they
troops, but economic aid and military supplies to their ::1r -. ..:. --J i ;:. ...::----- Vietnam. His child was born 2 days after he came to the IIAU EXPLAINED that because. he and Tam are "in decide to go Popenoe said.
country. ...; ........_:::.:::: ... United States. dependent thinkers, from "what, we know of communists, He added that he is "working'with Washington to see' if
Hoang said, "These people are willing to tight for their =- "I 1 haven't made up my mind. I am thinking of returning to before, they may not want us to come back even if we apply: their families could join them here.""

lives but are discouraged with the position of the United I -- my country," the 28-year-old Vietnamese said. Cong said he would probably go home even if Saigon falls. HOWEVER, TilE South Vietnamese government may not
States."" J/, ', "It'the situation is bad I would sutler and die with "IF I CAN still make a contribution and help my people, I be issuing exit visas right now he said.

"We don't "want' the United States to .fight and die for them."he. said calmly. \will\ go back," he said. The[ students came to this country planning. to
us." said Nguyen Ngor Hai, 4EG, adding "We need .- HOWEVER, MONEY is a problem tor some of the He fell silent, then said, "I do not like the communists" return home to their families. .
!supplies> and military. No country, not even the United 4 -; -' !students> like Nguyen Thanh Cong, who cannot afford to But if Cong had to make a choice between "living and THEY STILL HOLD on to the hope that some day they will
Nations ."will, help us" .Y, 2'; leave. \working\ "with, my people" and staying here with.', a more return
LAM VAN 110, 9AG believes the attitude of the U.S. -.--- ? .'.. ; Cong has,been supported financially by his parents \who\ live comfortable life," he said he would go home. Hau stared at the walls of his kitchen. "I really wish I couldgo
Congress is having a detrimental effect on the fighting ;.<; i;; in Nha Trang, a South'Vietnamese city taken over by com DR. HUGH POPENOE, director of' international back. I wish 1 had a tree South Vietnam to go back to," he
.___. .. munist at UF, said four or five !students have talked with ,
!spirit of the Vietnamese people.Ho .. torces and then regained by South Vietnamese troops. programs aid.'j
believes U.S. aid is necessary for South Vietnam but ,. --- Cong, who has not heard from his family, said "I don't' .
.. v: (
he stressed the importance of U.S. moral support. ,-0' /C ii/- N know "what, is happening to them. hf LA f fw
"Vietnamese people pay more attention to the way theyare "EVERYTHING HAS happened so suddenly. I don't even <
being helped rather than. to the amount of money," he know if they had enough time to move from Nha Trang.;" he kr' ,
said r > a 3 3s
said.LA .
THANH IIAU, 9EG, said "the United States madea ;;:& .; ti Some of Cong's relatives lived near the military zone and '
mistake in Vietnam" s,. Jam'lam.' were forced to move to the north. Others moved to Hue. .; ::. :: :.: .:' .:,'. ...
He said the U.S. set up a government in South Vietnam .. _-; "The village where my parents were born is completely :
that was not representative of the people, but totally u ti* Z .r destroyed: he explained.ALTHOUGH s 11 plan to
dependent on American support. THE 20-year-old industrial engineering g ? ': "
This American-backed government does not allow the 4r !student's> purpose in coming to the United States was to gain : '
people to \voice their views or elect their own president.Hau s 1s technical knowledge, "more strongly I should like to see my catch the first flight.h(t ::. :
said.WHEN. f family again to see w hat has happened to them he said. ,. k
TilE U.S. troops withdrew, Hau said the South Cong' is worried about paying lor his education and has .

Vietnamese "were' suddenly left on their own with no .' r .. -- thought of getting a job. when I graduate.I .
"gradual transition." tttCi.Ii' pF.r i v. :- ,. However\\' he is apprehensive because "I 1 heard it's s hard I tora r ra
t .
rr ,
He added there are many knowledgable'" men in South a loreign student to get a job here.."
Vietnam "who, would like the chance to set up a freer more THE VIETNAMESE students are especially worried about I plan to g

representative government.\ their families because. .they know "what, happened in Hue in sou
Responding to accusations that South Vietnamese have. I 18.
abandoned almost SI billion \worth\ of arms to the North / ti 4 y', 4.. : \ U' roe During the Tet Offensive, an estimated 2 2.800. residents gob back k

Vietnamese army),, Hau admitted "that \was\ a mistake in r t t : III III7 were !slain.. .by communists ", .., 3
our. leadership." .. Hau's.. father, a pharmacist was recently involved\' in the t "M'r.'
HOWEVER, HE pointed that often \\ell-trained Saigon'" city council and is active in his community. .;, np matter what.: .

communist\ infiltrators have\ created panicin the South IF SUCH AN attack "were' made on Saigon, "men like mv)' ::jIt.. R f' .. M1.
Vietnamese! arm) and plotted ''sell-planned schemes tor :" lather, would hardly be' !spared," he said quietl) ,.\,' ..- :kE ,b
propaganda.Hau -7 "They aim at people connected \with\ politics"" and .at. then ;
said it if the South Vietnamese ;,. ..h ..: Lam Van Ho
!> don't. get more '- l "ll > and intellectual h he explained. It is difficult tor the : :>
ammunition\ are !sure> to go down the drain \wastingthe \ :' :: l ,,, >// communists said.
to control and mold these he
supplies the United States has sent to Vietnam'oHowe'er :' ?, : ..;!:/, / ,'. ,./ ,///1/ .. /,,.....,'. Lam 1 1 Van .Ho.; 32-year-old) president people of the Vietnamese e -.'! ".', '" ,''. .' "'*. J"J" \\I .\.... .'''';J.II.. ....,.\\IfofI,; ,It.r ...".-
\ if South Vietnam did get the $5700 million / '"wciation' in ': : : } '
// .. t at UF has a 'wife" and four-year-old) daughter ; r :
requested b In' President! Ford. Hau !said the supplies could ,/ ,/' ,.. ..-'. .- ; S., .. Saigon. Ho is on a scholarship -from the A Agency)' for In- ., .,.., It
1% put to use g giving\ the South Vietnamese a "chance to -- / 6 .. ... ternational
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stabilize the 'situation.. ... ... '- ... WHEN HO ACCEPTED than three r ,
'" .. /- -- the scholarship more n
Hau said the L-.S.- should repair ,the damage! I.the e>' )''''ear "ago "I I didn't realize,the hardship of separating from I

... create in South \Vietnam MId ,not ""rt" undraw it +t "arid! target.' ."* 7' .."' <. ". tastily, ). .fora, ,|Jongg.period of Jime:' : ',' ..,...;.;.:...............: ..".,'. . .. ... : : : . -
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8.32 mobile home for sole with 8x20 AVOID THE FAIL RUSH
GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies: super cubona olrcondltioned, located In Now it the time, to look for 'that house or
/ how prospects with, intelligence' + behind ml. vernon) opt for the summer or foil quarter Coll
pork (
t plus) mull see to believe, glynwood !
10 wks shots wormed $150 376-4719 asking $1000 call 373-2488 eve. (o-3t- .lodoylI! 377-4992 (tb-oft 112 p) Cinema

ro.5I.112.p) lUp) room for rent large I2by)5) private biketo

12.60 trailer, 1969 liberty two bedroomone Bicycle, 24"Mans 15 speed Compy Derail campus nice house prefer studious THE FRONT PAGE
bath recent recorpeted and furnished oil alloy end shifters, Very Light $165 373- person no deposit 65 per month + 1-3 4:00.4:00-1:00.10:00
400-6:00: : utility' Jorge 378-6576 (b-3t-114-p)_
S.. at 3860 SW Archer Rd lot D-3 9707 Keep trying (o-5t-113-p) CAST DAY
8111)-10:00) ofter 2 pm $3000 b-U-IU-ol BYCYCLE FOR Sole 25 in wltcomb frame roommate wanted,own bdrm In 3 bdrm
: crank and $65 + '/
mobile all campy components except .georgetown opt. mo
for sale 4 bedroom brakes $300 377-8356 ask for John (o-5t- utl. $85 dep. Coll 377.8776 btwn
furniture, central hio, wd *
home w-wo Cinema
CIIIHEL'WUE YAPItETKono $6900 plus equity. see ofter Sat 2714 NE 117-p) 6 and 8 pm. (b-5t-H4-p)

... 50 Dr.Lompiighter pork (b-lt-115-p)_ Guild f-512 w hard case$600 new Guild men students room for rent by quarter
w Wedding Elands, t Engagement Rings.. F-SO custom, 72, mint w- hard case, $375 private' entrance 3 blocks from Campus CHINATOWN Nominated
. Traditional or Contemporary designs of Must Sell 373-3461 ((0.5t.113-p) tee greg rm. 6 115 nw 10 M. 5 to 7 pm Ion ) Academy Awards
your choice. Handmade for Individuals Ideol-lnvestment-propertylS per cent during w>ek. ('b.5I.1J 12.p) 3:30.7:00.1:90

,...... <'.... '" 4'<, .', .... who wont the best. Original work by wnto qualified-buyer will buy this 3 bd.r. female roommate ook forest luxery apt.
Sauth's leading Artists. Master Gold 1'A b. home. frances mOM realtor trend 587* < '. utilities, available 'Immediately -
3:30-5:30: : m Smith end lapldist. Unconditional realty assoc. of galnesvllle Inc. 377-6666 377-5381 Mary or Nikkl, (b.St- Cineina4AUCIDOBNTUVI
7:30-9:31: : Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment only. ofter hours 378-044 (o-5t-112-p) I2P)

373-3894. (o-49t-105-p) electric portable typewriter new Need a female roommate own roomIn
Insont self defense against assault or condition. original cost $245. sale price 3 bedroom house $83.33 + 1-3 utll.
rape Completly disable one or mere $120. phone 392-6798 between 8-10 pm. 1512 NW 2nd St. 378-2252 Fireplace + HERE ANYMORE
FREE WITH EVERY TICKET attackers instantly Girls, if you are ever ask for lee soplro room 421 (o-5t-115-p) fenced yard 15 min from campus bike 3i15.5:30-7U5.10:00
EVENING SHOWS FRIDAY AND alone at night you need this device. oke IRISH SETTER PUPS cah-am straight (b-St-113-p) :
t SATURDAY NIGHTS. AN "0F- Guys, if you hove 6 girl be sure she is champion lines long haired mellow, Only three blocks from cam
U SADE safe when you are not with, her. Send oil shots + wormed. both parents'on pus. .UNIVERSITY APIS now rentingfor
FICIAL MARQUIS $3.10 to Sheriff .50, '.0. Box 1622; premises toll gory 377-5325 (o-5t-H5-p) 'summer' quarter. Special summer'
WHIPr WHILE THEY LAST. Gainesville, Fla. Unconditional gouron. 1974 sutukl 100 In excellent condition, I discount rates: June 16th-Aug 31st. One
(o5t-112p l)_ with vinyl cover'good for transportation bedrooms, $88-month. Two bedrooms,
, starts FRIDAYThey BYCYClE fori sale 25 In wilcomb from. or pleasure $425. It's red. call 373-1022 118138month. Pet allowed In
I, all campy components except crank and (oSt-113-p/ )_ selected opts. Come In now, before It's
as brakes$300) 377.8356 ask for John (o-5t- too (rof Air Conditioned. SwimmingPool. A
GIBSON J45 sunburst with COM
IPITL 112-p) guitar o-5t. You con beat the heat but not the
$150 sacrifice 377-8084 anytime (
Custom Hondo 350: Hog ;icon end, 8" 115-p) prices. Call 376-8990 or come by the
__ office at 1524 NW *h Ave. weekday
over with dual lights, (-bar, 15,000
II miles, asking $650 or best offer. Call, stereo-garrard 1-100, wood base and ,afternoons (b-5t-114-p)
378-0370 oft. 530: (a-lOMOB-p) share m55-$105, voxson amp 70 watts Wanted liberal Responsible, Female To
?. rms-$120 maronti tuner,scope 120 offer shore 2 bdrm Trailer of In
ml. town
kowosokl w
250 dirt I street bike 1
73 around $300 brute 373-0951 o-3t-
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equipped only 2300 miles fantastic quiet country setting//$60 per mo. + Mrutil. r
condition best offer call phyllis 377-7854 114-p)_,_ Immediate occup. 377-2565 (b-5f1l2p -
sutukl 500 mini condition got only the )
( .. 4-p)
i\ best in life 5400 miles barrack
; ic custom sissy
1971 60x12 M.H. front kitchen 2 BR bar helmet best offer WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A- HOME OR
safety over
living R. Bt R. Awning, auto washing 1000 378-6255 after 6 (o-5t-114-p) APARTMENT. Joel Bridges, Realtor 404 -To11U
machine In a good safe trailer pork In S.W. 4th avenue, 377-6700. (B5T104Chg -
'$ r very good condition. 4,350 or best offer Prize divers watch never used $250 or )
by owner.Call after 5 PM or before 9 AM best offer twin size water bed with For rent two room apartment with bath, ._._.__.
Monday to Friday (o-8t-110-p)377-1654( ) frame $25. 373-2070 any time r. 16' refrigerator stove negotiable $55 per -
Norge air condo 40008W $7500 8 t W blue carpet, $15. 372-8672,5-7 pm ((0-51. month must hove first and last months wf Y"-
TV also good for parts 2500 AM-FM 116-p)_ rent plus $50 dollar security 119 n.w. 2.00.4s307s008lSX
stereo wrecord player t B & W TV Alto So.for sole, great tone, excellent 15th terrace come by leave number or
console 12500 373-030 (o-5t-113-p) condition $ISO or best offer, call 378- contact 121 must rent keep trying. (o-lt-
1960 tender strot $250, old blonde les 5909 days or 373-9396 after 5, leave I 115-p)

T poul custom $450 both with case 392- metioge (o-lt-116-p) 1 br. opt. CK; bath, kitchen, yard
9501 (o5t-112p) Own your own 12 x 55 mobile home sm. parking, quiet 10 min. from campus
FOR SALE: Gibson les paul, beautiful down and take over payments of 76.50. Move In May 1 call before 12 or after 6
condition with COM, $375 or best offer. -Available June 16 377-6317. (o-ll-. 378-2190 (b-sr-114-p)
Also ouotlon acoustic guitar brand new I 16-p) Wont a great place to live Not a Frot -
$325 377-8242 (o-4t-H4-p) TELESCOPE 2 4 in. Goto fine equatorialmount Not a dorm. An Independent off-

block nikon ftn $29), nikkor 205mm ; tripod; asses. $375 new; yours campus Co-Op. Room and 3 meals day ,QI, ART
$195, vivHor 35mm $86, nikkor 105mm for $175. call 392-1829 or 372-5235 (o-2t- for $280 qtr. Georgia Seogle Hall, 1002 x

% Ai & %ale6 $195, samigon fisheye $ 60, sekontf 116-p) W Unlv Ave 376-917 (b-5t-1l3-p)
> w meter $38 or best offers call Mike 377-. CARPORT SALE Everything from lawnmowers wanted one serious-minded male
4436 (Q-5M13-P$ ) to HI-FI Equipment. Saturday student to share opt at branoywlne call
great buyl! 4 drawer chest of drawers and Sunday cosh only, 1519 NE 13th St. 378-9263 ofter 6:30 (b-4t-1l4-p! )
only$25 in very good condition call 372- ((0.2t-II6-pl.) female roommate own room 3 blocks
2683 ask for mike or Jeff or come by 923 Columbia Ten Speed Bicycle Boughtnew from school. 67.50 + H utilities
ne 7th ove after 5pm (o-3-H5-p) lost October Must sell Only 55 Available NOW 378-3121 (b-2t-114-p)

Airboat Contenlntol 65 HP Trailer VERY dollars ph. 392-7459 ask for Terry (o-3t- READ THIS r
Sharp Absolutely MUST Sell. $850 373- 116-p)_ Moving anytime between Now t Sept. SEX
8860 (o-a-114-p) 73 Kawasaki, 350 6,500 ml, sissy bar t let us rent your house or opt at no cost FREEDOM INMARRIAGE
rock excellent condo asking $800 price United Real Estate 377-6992 (b-fr-115-p)
negotiable phone 373-9322 (o-5t-H6-p)
Female wanted to shore 2 bedroom
Who Is Premier reverb unit $35, cry baby wah trailer-$50o month Includes util., located
wah pedal $25 Sustain-fuzz A treble 17 mi. will of G'ville. for Info toll 376-
boast $15 all for $60 378-1656 (o-St.lI6- 4446, ask for Glenda or 472-2870 ofter
LeonRedbone p) 5 00. (b-fr-lll-nc)

FOR RENT female roomate wonted own room I
? Avail.Fall Qtr. blk from campus sub let thru summer -4;
created the word 'sadism'to 1. 5bdr. NW Sect-Bike, to campus $90 mo + V4 utilities central ht and air
2. 4 bdr low rent pets OK call 377-7982 keep trying (b-5t-115-p)
describe deSadet evil. X 3. $83 Mo Includes utilities NW sect. Mellow, neat person to shore 2 bedroom
-' But words not enough! 4. SilO -- 4 blocks from campus mobil,I home In pinehurst Pork. $70 + 'A
mere are
5. 13 homes now being built different, utilities Call Jerry 3761896. (b-3t-M5-

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United Real Estate Assoc. 377-6992
ROOM FOR RENT In 4 bedroom house In
233 W. Urs.versp Asa (b-fr-113p)_ NE! sec. fenced yard pets ok. air condo OQ
e .s ca.1. sal 377.3013C Female Roommate Wonted Shore washer + dryer $80 plus '/ ut. call gory Os
room In 2 BR Apt, Hawaiian Village 377-5325 after 5 (b-5t-115-p)

April. rent paid AC poolside Call 376- Close to Med Center t unfurn.
7:15 9:10 ALL NEW campus
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Available' to new tenants onlyl )
1970 plus you use my cor while I I'm gone. ABILITY.STUDYING MEMORY
Barracuda 318 cu in 3 speed on Coll 376-5012 (I.5l.113.NC) learn self.hypnosis 373-3059 Donald "'.
b.5l 116-p)) floor good mech shape .
nice looking 17 Pratt Certified, AAEH
Happy Birthday Michael, have (m.O-86.fl.-
mpg asking $1000 378 0881 greatday. _
,berol female roomrnate! to (g 5t 114
See at dinner, Your friend I I
Pj) you SLEEPY HOllOW horse farm huntseat
for term will
| house summer only
Alan P S ,
bring rubber .
your ducky. (IIt116p
1969 | instruction beginning and advanced
bedroom interested Opel
>ave own anyone wagon, excellent mechanical '' ) .
1 all 378.6525 (b.It-116-p) condition, 35 mpg luggage rock, disc levels dressageexcellent. boarding
brakes, recent tune. Energy Consciousness' Week is coming i facilities, trails, 4 ring 373-1059 (m.101-
bdrm mobile home up. $850 best '
,*n room In 2 ; on or April 18.22. .
Gory Snyder,, nip)
offer call Bill 373.2403 .
lake 5 miles from campus, $65 pernth (g 311 114 p) Allen Ginsberg, Michael, McClure, :
Vi utilities" call 378-6875 after :5bit I Im.
r 64 VW Howard Odum
bug ,
+ looks
runs great inspected Henry Gomberg. theses, dissertations' Call Sand, ((378
( 116 p) $300 firm 376.3354 after 5.00 Contact Neal Marks 3739575; 392.1521
p m (a 5l 5754)) 3772235 or Debbie ((377.7806)). 2THINGSTO
roommates needed. Immediately HSp) UC Council, (| 2t Hoc)_ (m5tl3p! )

woos Village '2 Bdrm 2 bath, LIVE A LiTTlE. HONDA '71 750. Very good "Now accepting applications' for mall,
(side April rent paid. 50 mo: | SCUBA CLASS starts April 27 all
per condition, conservative
recent summer couIIsltlonot
engine'paint' headers, camp I
1)) Have time.
Ius''.util Coll Linda or Caroline at 376- clean. 51175) or lesser bike, or cor + cosh Pinewood, for boys and girls' i In I equipment provided. including mask. a good
1421 (IblOt.116-p) 377.4577 (g.31.115.p) Hendersonville. NC Write P.O. Bo fins, snorkle, B.C., tanks, regulators. full

ROOMMATE( NEEDED Own bedroom in 1974 4585, Normandy Branch, Miami, Beach,' wetsuits, textbook certification, nil with,air five and international 2)) Buy your beverages tested
plush Gatorwood Apt. $87.50f /i Plymouth Duster 6 cylinder, 3 speed Flo 33141 (|j.fr.l16-p)_ open
transmission, in dives. Cost $35, absolutely no
utilities, Call 377-4796 Ask for Mike, or Call great condition. $2200 New Arrivals White, Stag Speedo>, DYNAMICS tor *
376-6230 anytime, (g 5t.113. ) oxtras Call SCUBA 2 OTS MILWAUKEE 99c -,
Alan. (sum. qtr r ) (b-St.II6-p) Buick p bathing, suits, Safari shorts & pants,>, further information :J77 B096. Our new .

Room for rent in 4 bedroom student offer Skylark Convertible, $500 or best Backpacks Join, the Univ, of Fla hiking, I location: 3009 N t. 20th Way tin.1 I It
55.00 monthly plus !V, utilities good condition call Paulo 373.2727 club. Allen's Aquatic S Trail Center 3446 I
house )
(QStlUp) I12p ___--=-. 2 QTS SCHLITZ MALT $1.10
Coll 377.8521. (2t-H6-p) West Umv Ave. 373-9233 (I.fr.II6.c| 1 ) WIRED FOR SIGHT -
1972 10Y01A CELICA
2 block tram 4 speed Radial Prime Deal Gretsch Drums Full Set 1 "The. .
2 room efficiency opt. tires engine, rebuilt, Good reliable, Eyeglass Super Marl"UNIVERSITY
car Accessories Zildlan, Cymbals Great I I
campus electric only utility paid $58 per 25.30 Must tell $1895 | OPTICIANS VONSCHIAVONE
mpg or 373-
mo to sublease $50 security deposit call) 0678 Extras '5t 112 A.C shape $850 new Sacrifice, for $40C> 300 SW 4th, Ave. 378-4480 '
la )
372.1494 aVail. mvned (bll-116-p) pi Negotiable, 125 NW 10 St-3 Michael. (Ii.| ((M50-53C) __ LIEBFRAUMILCH $1.89 -
Wonted male or female to live In nice 1969 fiat, spyder 600.00 negotiable must 116p)_ Will do typing In my home, call Lou 378-
Regency Oaks opt Own room 103 per sell good condition call in mornings' 373 SF qualified? Reserve A team wonts XC 1 7513. (mStllSp)

month + I 1.3 utilities, Pool sauna, tennis 3011 (g.IOt.III.p) call 376-3957 after 7 pm ((1.51.| 116-p) TYPING SERVICE + Experienced typists, TUBORG $1.69Dan's :

court. Call 377-0176 (b. -H6-p) 1973 Vega excellent condition' fully "Oson of Spirit! Noble hove I create'I Any material IBM Selectric 24-hour

equipped with air cond automatic radio, thee, yet thou host abased thyself RIM I service Delivery. Call 462-2739. (m.I 101-
WANTED GT equipment call anytime, 377-5215. then unto that for which thou was![ 115-p)

driver to lake car to denver or Santo fe total price $190000 (g.5t.116.p) created" Boho I Writings, (|i'I.1 1 16plLOST&FOUND | Beverages"HOME

around may 25 references 373-0918 (cH5p 66 .Mercury, 428 cu. ,n. Good Iron loblolly school, ages 6-12, exciting
alternative, to public school ed. 20.
) ) sportation $400 Call 377.2528 after 6 00gftllOp
( LOST Brown leather Wallet Please call students, 2 teachers Application 8 Info
1 or 2 serious students to share room In ) I Kevin. 376-0579 Reword (il-St.1I3.p\ ) Beth Kent 373.3275 (m.5t.116-p)

bedroom townhouse near med center. PERSONALGETTING FOUND Black leather key case, Sot on TUTORING grades K-8 and PIANO THE TESTED BEVERAGE"HOURS
furnished, dishwasher, onditioned, Flovet Parking lot Call Bill, 392.8421 (I- LESSONS Any age $5.00 HOUR Certified, .
etc around $70-mo + Vi utilities" Movein MARRIED a preparation' group 5t.115nc) Teacher.call Mrs WHITE 3775215. (m.5t- :
in September.call Steve or ICOn after :5o$311.8229. I for couples planning to marry will, be 116-p)
offered by Umv, Counceling, Center lost Silver, men's SEIKO watch lost '
( )
703 W. University Fri-Sal10-2 a jn.
during April + May Meeting time Monday March 31, In men s locker room cyclic rhythm
One lonely red.ear pet- turtle' desire negotiable Coil 392.1575. Group is Flo Gym Reward Phone 392.8863 and astrological factors Safest natural

companionship of another If you have limited, (11.41.11| 4-c) Student (IStllSp)_ way I yr. for $3.00 462.3409 David 373-0851 Mon-Thurs10-12a.nl.
one or more you'd 'like to sell, call 392- Cochran (m.It.I I 6-p)
7617 ask for Karen (e-5t: .IUp) COED facial hair' removed per. FOUND: SETTER
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GOLD i SilVER monently Coll Edmund Dwyer
Top prices paid tor class FOUND FRIDAY NIGHT NEAR CAR-
rings,old (jewelry, etc confidential. Call electrologist' over 20 years experience .
OZZIE 373-3894 (c-49t.l05-p: ) Call 372.8039 (|.fr.107-c) 378.3447 ((151 113.nc) The Lon branch Saloon Presents

I roommate needed, mautre roommatei Wedding| invitations' from $1140 per
lost sr 50 calculator, If found please call
i wanted to shore 2 br opt. at viicoyo own 100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of
3929201. reword
lohn malloy '
room call 377-6294 or 378.2651 'if no styles Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main. ;
((I I-4t lUp)
| answer (c.51.I 116-p) 376-9951 (|i.fr.105.c) \
REWARD! for return of brown large .A eis berg

HELP WANTED Dromboul -eautiful election, of primo frame prescription' lens glosses lost near H4."

' female for bedroom block goods Atmosphere of 20s40's. Many Hub' Coil Sharon 392.9609 ((1.51.I 116-p) \ ,J ; 4/-t." _
one apt one blouses $1,$2, $3. Men, women, kids, .
from 373.2271 Tigert' Shore eipensescheap! recycled denims, ,jewelry, velvets ((1.41.| SERVICESGRE w

(e3tll4p) 114-p) 17 N W 17 St PREPARATION COURSE near U.f. 18

Fast accurate typist for part-time, office FREE ROOM and BOARD for LIBERAL hours, $35; course reprealoble free
work fill, out application at 192 bldg FEMALE cooking, housekeeping, duties Score 1000 by the second try or your

"E' (e4t.114-p) toll 378.2861 anytime, (|.5l.114.p) money bock Call ((305)) 854.7466. (J.8T99 -

Wonted married couple husband to do .P) ___
Volunteers needed for medical 1
maintenance work in exchange for Scuba classes starling april, 29 all
apartment Call 376-9668. 9 to 5. (e.fr. research Earnings from $65 to $125 If equipment' provided sales, service,
\11t-c) interested please come to room M438, trips, rentals, air Tom Allen (Co.host / 1
Med Science, Bldg: Shands Hospital Wild I Kingdom on TV) Aliens Aquatic' & : j *
1.3 Thurs 17
between 9.12 and I April Ave
Trail Center, 3448 West University V
Why is Leon (|2t1l5p) 3739233 (M8TI03C)_

Redbonecoming like lobe ,m a parade on .the UF Campus, hours $70. Half of our students scored *

contort Pick, 3928934. Any entry, over 600. Course repeatable free 70 pt.mpro.emenl Y

toGainesville lolmort), will be accepted Floats by the second try or your
...orchingunits, etc. Parade ,'s on April, 28 money bock. Attend first class free, no

? at by ni Several prIZes will, be awarded obligation' Call ((305)) 854.7466. (J.8T99 *

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Synthesiser, Piano, Vibes, Congas Drums.

Electric Piano & Flute.

50 at the door THURSDAY APRIL 17

Quad by request 2SHOWSNIGHTLYBEI1OPMTickets ., '


$3.00Only 175 per show

Available at Roc Records and Rebel Discount

u.. : \ CALL 377-2702 for More ,Information .


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Noodle 47ii
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Dancing to Ommmmm

In a time when the religious traditions of the East are becoming
more readily studied in> the
West,so too are the ancient artistic facets pf those cultures.In .
India, there i Is littte separation between the t.o. Both are imbedded in the Hindu F
and religIon. Dance, In IndIa,
originally qw.
philosophy was an
Integral part of the divine worship in
the Hindu temple with the themes drawn from the mythology.

Thursday night at 8:15: a young Canadian known as Anjali will present a free performance .
of Indian classical danc, Jr
Anjali(Anne Marie Gaston) has the dance for |10
studjed over years., Her study hag i included
lessons trorasomdot India s most teachers and wide. travel
throughout the country
t to imbibe the atr4 t osphere'n' which th*dance was originated. ** .,-

Indian classical dance,combines purely aesthetic movement with mime., There is a strictly
codified technique,and rich,language of gesture that were laid down in principle by ancient l
Anjali performs three of the regional dances: Odissi. ((8 style almost unknown outside the
province of Ornssa), Bharata Natyam from southern India, and Kuchipudi, a one-time all-male
dance.A .
dinner of Indian food will proceed the performance at 6:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz S W'l
Union Ballroom. Admission to the dinner is $4 for students and $5.50 for general public. INDIAN DANCER ANJALI I
Tickets can be purchased at the Constans Theatre Box Office. ,bringing Hindu art of dance to UF

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Florida The Independent Alligator / ENIERTANMENT J I

thunda,.April 17. 1975.Poll 17 :

4. I Toe-tapping tunesIt's

time to take another trip down pld nostalgia lane. Get ready for some toe-tapping and
swinging to the musical moods of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, directed by Murray
McEachern,at the Great Southern Music Hall Friday night. ,
A personal friend of Dorsey's, McEachern decided in 1974 along with a colleague to revive
P the music of the "Sentimental Gentleman of Swing."
In its hey-day, the, 1930s and 40s, the orchestra was recognizedas one of the greatest all-
round dance bands.
McEachern, as did Dorsey,plays the trombone and is recognized as one of the best jazz
trombonists around today. A graduate of the golden era of swing himself, he has played with
such big band greats as Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington and Harry James.
To put the band together was enormous task for the director. McEachern had to endure a
7,000-mile tour of the country while conducting auditions for the myriad of musicians neededto
complete the ensemble-trumpets,clarinets, guitars, basses, and drums.
,McEachern said he chose the right people. "I opted for the young people, because 1 felt they
could be molded better if they came to me without any preconceived notions, just excellent

eeee..s..v. Illa.. The band has some 3,300 Tommy Dorsey original arrangements to choose from, such,as
"Marie," plus some new Billy May and Bill Byers arrangements written especially for the band.It .
definitely will be a happy concert, listening to one facet of jazz that will never get old.
Besides, it's for a good cause.The $6 (tax deductible) is going to the Mental Health Associationof
Alachua County.
There will be two shows, at 8 and 10:30: p.m. and tickets can be purchased at the Great

art by lain Southern or the Mental Health Association,412 NE 16th Ave. _._ .
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Hit me I love it

Ag ain a farmer UF student makes the big time. It's great to know some of those who spent a w.
small fortune on tuition and books have been able to accomplish something in the "outside"world.

The successful student here is Peter M. Winokur, a 1967 graduate who produced "Justine,"
a movie made from the book by the Marquis de Sade. It will be opening at the Center Theater

Friday, April 18.
Winokur re-edited the movie from a French version which played in Paris recently with very

much success.
The Marquis de Sade is famous tar his studies of abnormal behavior. He is considered a key
because he analyzedwhy people do the things they do
figure in the study of sexual attitudes
Winokur said.
De Sade, !who spent 28 years in an institution, wrote the book in 1791 amidst the French

Revolution and the excesses of the French people, he added. _..."'-- .. -
:'Justine" is considered his masterpiece. "The film has something, to offend everybody' THE DILLARDS, A MIXTURE OF BLUE-GRASS AND BOOGIE
Wmokur said tongue-in.cheek. The Dillards have, been together for 'a decade as one of the most entertaining
One s ould'approach the movie with .that attitude, he said, a, it is a study rather than, an country-music groups recording today. There are two shows at the Beef and Bottle

exploitation of that facet of behavior. movie.." De Sade was com- at 9 and I 11 i p.m., admission $2 on Thursday and $3 on Friday and Saturday.
Though the movie is rated-X Winokur said, "it is not a dirty
mentinu_on.. thin; 8<. that vuer.hmneninir at the time of the revolution."Didn't ...._ ._., _. .., .

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I year ago two native Floridians convinced an audience on the Plaza of the Americas that
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Of course it doesn't hurt to record at Capricorn Records in Macon and hang around with I
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down in Mexico At least it didn't hurt Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton's band Cowboy. When Cowboy
You were looking for the returned to Florida gym last October as Gregg's special guests their set generated nearly as
girl much enthusiasm as the master's own.
And what you doing back And Saturday night Cowboy_returns at the Great Southern Music Hall for two shows at,8 and
here in Georgia I II." Tickets,are $3.50. ,
With your Kalr colored The current Cowboy members besides Boyer ar.d Talton are Randall Bramlett David Brown
swirl" and Bill:Stewart.
"The band'is much more aggressive than itXever been, and it's a lot more into rock'n'roll !3'
"Time Will Take Us"I than it used to be." Boyer said to hich Stewart added"It's good to work up a sweat onstage."
"We run the gamut in songwriting styles," said Boyer, "I write rock'n'roll songs and some
country stuff while David leans toward mellower songs. Randall's a good ol' Southern boy -
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and religion. Dance, in India,
philosophy was an integral part of the divine worship in
the Hindu temple with the themes drawn from the mythology.
Thursday night at 8:15: a young Canadian known
as Anjali will present a free performance
o-t Indian classical dance.,
Anjali(Anne-Marie, Gajston) has studied the dance for over 10 years., Her study i
lessons from som ct f Indies! I inost celebrated teaches and wide travel throughout theStry '/
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Anjali performs three of the regional dances: Odissi ((8 style almost unknown outside the
province of Orrissa), Bharata Natyam from southern India, and Kuchipudi, a one-time all-male $ -d.
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dinner of Indian food will proceed the performance at 6:30 p,m. in the J. Wayne Reitz ,, )
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time to take another trip down pld nostalgia lane. Get ready for some toe-tapping and
swinging to the musical moods of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, directed by Murray
McEachern, at the Great Southern Music Hall Friday night. .
A personal friend of Dorsey's McEachern decided in 1974 along with a colleague. to revive
the music of the "Sentimental Gentleman of Swing."
In its hey-day, the 1930s and 40s, the orchestra was recognizedas one of the greatest all-
round dance bands.,
McEachern, as did Dorsey,plays the trombone and is recognized as one of the best jazz
trombonists around today. A graduate of the golden era of swing himself, he has played with
such big band greats as Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington and Harry James.
To put the band together: was enormous task for the director. McEachern had to endure a
7,000-mile tour of the country while conducting auditions for the myriad of musicians neededto
complete the ensemble-trumpets, clarinets, guitars, basses, and drums.
,McEachern said he chose the right people. "I. opted for the young people, because felt they
could be molded better if they came to me without any preconceived notions, just excellent

se.e..s..u, The band has some 3,300 Tommy Dorsey original arrangements to choose from, such,as
I II4. "Marie" plus some new Billy May and Bill Byers arrangements written especially for the band.
It definitely will be a happy concert, listening to one facet of jazz that will never get old.
,.. .' Besides it's for a good cause.The $6 (tax deductible) is going to the Mental Health Association
of Alachua County.
There will be two, shows, at 8 and 10:30 p.m. and tickets can be purchased at the Great
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Aog ain,a former UF student makes the big time. It's great to know some of those who spent a
small fortune on tuition and books have been able to accomplish something in the "outside"
world. Af
The successful student here is Peter M. Winokur a 1967 graduate who produced "Justine,"
a movie made from the book by the Marquis de Sade. It will be opening at the Center Theater

Friday, April 18. .
Winokur re-edited the movie from a French version which played in Paris recently with very

much success. .
The Marquis de Sade is famous for his studies of abnormal behavior. He is considered a key
figure in the study of sexual attitudes because he analyzedwhy people do the things they do
Winokur said.
De Sade who spent 28 years in an institution, wrote the book in 1791 amidst the' French ,
Revolution and the excesses of the French people, he added. w.t-. "'_ .; --. "x:.
;'Justine" is considered his masterpiece. "The film has something. to offend everybody.. THE DIUARDS, A MIXTURE OF BLUE-GRASS AND BOOGIE
Winokur said tongue-in-cheek.. The Dillards have, been together for 'a decade as one of the most entertaining
One should'approach the movie with that attitude, he said, as it is a study rather than, an country-music groups recording today. There are two shows at the Beef and Bottle

exploitation of that facet of behavior. movie.. De Sade was commenting at 9and, 11 p.m., admission $2 on Thursday and $3 on Friday and Saturday.Ride'em .
Though the movie is rated-X .Winokur said, "it is not a dirty

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, I year ago two native Floridians convinced an audience on the Plaza of the Americas that
" "" t you don't have to be born in Georgia to play like it. ,
Of course it doesn't hurt to record at Capricorn Records in Macon and hang around with I
I run Into you Gregg Allman. ,
down in Mexico At least it didn't' hurt Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton's band Cowboy. When Cowboy
You were looking for the returned to Florida gym last October as Gregg's special guests their set generated nearly as
girl ,much enthusiasm, as the master's own.
And what you doing And Saturday night Cowboy_returns at the Great Southern Music Hall for two shows at.8 and
here in Georgia ( ; II. Tickets' are $3.50. '
With your Hair Us"R The current Cowboy members besides Boyer and Talton are. Randall Bramlett David Brown
swirl"" ,and Bill Stewart. '
"The band'is much more aggressive than, it" ever been, and it's a lot more into rock'n'roll -
"Time Will Take than it used to be." Boyer said,to which Stewart added"It's good to work up a sweat onstage."
.c "We run the gamut!! in songwriting styles," said Boyer, "I. write rock'n'roll songs and some
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H Judy, Acker-She's' D.ymbero.l1e" ,

By WILSON GILLETT such an attractive and masterful competitor.
I Alligator Sports WriterS By the time graduation came. Acker was t
S nationally ranked 14th.
It The power tennis exhibited by the Lady Three factors entered into the decision to
Gators this season en route to a 5-2 team enter UF. "The weather for sure had to be
record is personified by one of the team's considered. There are snow storms right now
youngest members. in Michigan:'
i Freshman Judy Acker,is currently playingthe The women's tennis program is not allowedto
number one position with a full-tilt give,full scholarships to entice outstanding
abandon which has kept her undefeated. players.The coach has to be one of the strong
"THE PHILOSOPHY behind my play is selling points.
not to waste energy and then to explode." "COACH WHIDDON impressed me very
Judy furthers this, "I don't like staying back much.She took a lot of time to talk about the
like a Chris Evert. I'd rather go to the net." program and to show me around.
a This formula was executed to perfection in The third reason had to do with her father
a surprisingly easy victory over Rollins' the coach.
\ f" I Kaynie Fox., Miss Fox is nationally ranked ,"It was too hard playing for my father.
number one and. and the win in the Florida Many times I took advantages other players
Women's Collegiate Tournament allows wouldn't have. I didn't listen well either.
Acker to lay claim to the state's top ranking. "Besides.-Kala azoo College doesn't offer
Miss Acker has been a proponent of this my major which is physical education."
aggressive style since an early age.; Most likely INTENSE INTRA-SQUAD established
just to survive. Acker as the first position player. The team
Under the tutelage of her father tennis members were satisfied that the best athlete
coach for Kalamazoo College in Michigan, would be leading them.
the importance of a positive outlook was an The struggle was not over however.
important first lesson. In Febrary Acker spilled boiling coffee on
"TENNIS IS ME NTAL," Acker states. "If her legs and was laid up with second and third
you believe you can win more often than not degree burns.; The team lost matches to
this will be the crucial difference." Rollins and Miami during the recovery
Acker began to employ this concept at age period.An .
11 I in state and regional tournaments. Withintwo inordinate desire brought Acker back in photo by andy
years she was'competing nationally. time to play her most devastating games in UFS FRESHMAN TENNIS STAR JUDY ACKER
The catalyst for this high energy play was the Women's Collegiate Tournament.BUT exolode
.philosophy. h not to waste enerav. -then .
high school team tennis. TENNIS is not Judy Acker's sole "
"My high school didn't have a girl's tennis interest in life. Just as she is a tennis player aims are to go into coaching and teaching she will dominate the,competition as she has
team. Some of the guys talked me into goingout she is also a individual. tennis at the high school level.The possibilityof here this season. ,
for the men's team, even though my dad "If 1 played and thought tennis all the time playing a couple of years on. the pro tour Teammate and doubles partner Barbara
didn't exactly approve of it. The guys thoughtit I'd go:crazy.. There's just more to life than has not been'ruled out. Black assesses her chances thusly."Judy's gota
was a lot of fun until I started beating tennis." super chance. All she needs is a littlemore
them." While many talented athletes are lured by In June the National Women's Collegiate experience and the desire to do it..
OPPOSING SCHOOLS were wary of the stimulation and profit of professionalplay Tournament will be held in Kalamazoo. That rings true concerning all of her
Acker's team fearing a defeat at the hands of ,Acker is quite intent on graduating. Her Acker is anticipating a homecoming in which capabilities and aspirations in life..






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Don Emiliofequila The Gator baseball team lead, freshman lefty Mike and a 4-1 UF lead. David
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Alligator Sports Writer Gators eliminated any doubtas i GarySnyder Howard Odum
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1 Maybe that looks like just !sets.
w another win for the UF men's IN TilE NO J match John FREEEVENTS
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