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MONDAY


Florida' .Alligator /APRIL, 21 1975,


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I science: sections may get ax I


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By STUART EMMRICH The sections were expected to hold approximately English, math and zoology. 20 sections was "only. asking to keep what, we
Alligator Staff Writer 650 to 700 students..The course The loss of the sections is a result of the had."
areas affected are political science state budget recommended by Gov. Reubin Dauer estimated approximately $175,000
Twenty sections of social science classes will psychology anthropology, geography Askew, which cuts 100 UF faculty positionsand would. be needed to teach the sections.
have to be eliminated next fall unless the state sociology and speech. only funds approximately 95 per cent of He explained money was particularly
legislature acts to give UF more money than UF OFFICIALS also expect similar this year's graduate assistants, needed to .fund more faculty positions,
Gov. Reubin Askew has recommended for problems in providing enough classes for Manning Dauer, UF director of the divisionof because UF had to keep an 80-20 ratio of the
197576. students in early childhood .education, social sciences, said Sunday the loss of courses taught by faculty members and
faculty' and graduate assistants meant that graduate assistants...
--f ---r UF would be offering 20 less sections in the BRYAN SAID any hopes of more faculty
social sciences, although the student tor next year depended on the legislature
enrollment for these courses is, expected to deciding to increase the funds recommendedby
stay at the same levelas, this year. Askew for'education.
DAUER SAID the'' eliminated sections' Bryan said he expects an additional
came from' "all levels,. up and down," including $250,000 will be needed by UF next year to
some required courses. provide the classes in the "critical areas" of
He explained the available sections wouldbe student needs.
filled through regular registration Bryan said he was "optimistic tor some
procedures and the "last people who try' and measure relief based on a recent action bya
register won't be able to get in." sub-committee of the house Appropriations
Dauer said the elimination of the sections Committee which recommended $15.4 million
Ft8 might ultimately mean a student would haveto addition to education funds.
change his major, because he would not be Although the action by the subcommitteewas
able to take a needed course for his program. in response to a plea for a cost of living
t DAUER SAID he talked to Robert Bryan, increase' tor state teachers Bryan said he
UF interim vice president for academic af- hoped the money would be given in a lump
fairs, last week about the loss of sections and sum to the Board of Regents, for them' to
asked about possible relief from the decide where the money will go.
legislature. State University System Chancellor Robert
Dauer said he realized that the budget for .Mautz has said his first priority for any
next year was going to be tight, but em additional money would be to fund the faculty
phasized that his request for funds to keep the lines left out of Askew's budget.
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minutes, even the most. hard-'core art freaks take time out to listen.. See more

photos, page 11.Student'.



loan proposal a Yoa


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would speed. up money.

By BRIAN JONES borrow is determined.One .
Alligator Staff Writer question still to be answered, Graham
said, is whether universities can determine a
State Sen. Robert Graham,chairman of the student's eligibility to borrow, or if the state
Senate Education Committee, has proposed a and federal governments must also approve
.major shakeup in Florida student loan eligibility.IF e.n"r
programs. UNIVERSITIES can. decide student's'
Graham, D-Miami Lakes. tiled a bill aimedat borrowing eligibility, the wait for portions of
greatly reducing the time university loans would be shortened to about two weeks,
students must wait between applying for state under the proposal.
loans and receiving their money. But': if students must wait on eligibility
FLORIDA FINANCIAL' aid officers' have approval from the state and federal govern
already voiced their opposition'to the plan, ments, the proposal' would shorten the wait photo by lorry growncm
however\ and legislation pending in the U.S. for money by only a few weeks. Vietnam 'aid protestUF
Congress could, nullify. some of Graham's "Right now. my understanding is that the'

: proposal. institution (university) makes the deter- students protested against aid to South Vietnam Friday, marching.from the
The bill would create a short-term loan mination' of eligibility, Graham said.
Plaza of the Americas to the Federal Building downtown.The .
students immediate to UF FINANCIAL AID Director
fund to allow access Douglas
march sponsored by the Revolutionary Student Brigade included membersof
,
portions of loan money already approved tor Turner, said the'present wait for loan money
.. .. the Arab Student Association and the Iranian Student Association.The .
.
them but not yet processed. ; which'is "a minimum of 12,weeks, inmost
Students presently must wait about 12 cases:- is caused by.the number of offices students said they were demonstrating support for the North Vietnamese
weeks between the time they file for a Florida which must handle the loan.application. National Liberation Front, and complained of U.S. involvement in the Middle East.

.student loan ,and the time their money is Once submitted, by the student, the loan
available.IF application ,embarks on' an odyssey which
PASSED, Graham's bill might ,shorten spans half"the ,nation and involves nine SG candidates to debate at noonA
the wait for portions of the loan money to t.oor separate university, state and national offices.
three weeks, although Graham said The loan application bounces to
debate between Action and Florida Florida will be
dependent Alligator,
Sunday he is not yet sure of the exact time Tallahassee three times, to Kansas City for
Student candidates will be held In
saving. federal endorsement, to the student and back Party between run off'' candidates} for studentthe
Plaza of the Americas 12
Under the..proposal ''a student filing for ayearlong to the state before a check is mailed to the today' at body presidentvice president, treasurer
noon
state loan could receive third of
.The debate, sponsored by the Inand Traffic Court chief justice.
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[ /capsule or expect even higher pricesWASHINGTON


Saudi Arabian Petroleum to the: conclusion 'that the producer-consumer talks had
(UPI) -
Viet aid chances are Minister Sheik Ahmed Zaki'Yamani said Sunday there, may collapsed due to misunderstandings on procedure and not on

be ,a confrontation between oil producing and consuming substance.He '
nil Rep. leader says nations leading to higher oil prices unless the two sides can said the he and Kissinger had a ,"very constructive talk
resume the talks which broke down in Paris last week. ., together and I think the two minds are getting nearer to each
WASHINGTON lUPI)- Rep. John' Anderson, chairmanof But J he ,said that in Washington with
followingtalks other. Probably we might-have a good'chance for another
the House Republican t Conference> ;;predicted Sunday that Secretary of State Henry Kissinger the two sides were moving meeting. '
Congress will not vote another penny in military aid for closer to each other and there was "a good chance," the
Saigon. i producer-consumer conference could be salvaged. "In my own mind I think we have no alternative but to go to
Anderson, R-I11., one of President Ford's closest allies in Yamani said that} during his? talk with Kissinger be came Paris to have another meeting." '
Congress said Saigon now appears to be militarily Indefensible
and even the resignation of President Nguyen Van -
Thieu could not,induce the Communists to negotiate. USC might Nixon topesLOS '
"Almost as soon as President Ford finished speaking the get 'I
other nigh(;to a joint session of Congress and asking for $722
million in additional aid. .it was quite apparent it was a lost ANGELES (UPI&)- Former President Richard Nixon, former Ambassador to Great Britain.
cause" Anderson said. announced,Sunday that he will donate materials accumulated The agreement is contingent on several factors, among
"Neither the House nor the Senate in my judgment wouldbe during his public career, including the so-called,White House them a law that requires that all materials from the Nixon
willing to vote additional amounts of military !aid," he tapes, to a presidential library to be established at the Administration be retained in Washington. The con-
'added. University of Southern California. stiutionality of that legislation is now under challenge.
Tentative plans for the Richard Nixon Presidential Librarywere
hassle
Hearing may reached over the weekend at a meeting between Nixon
and his wife Pat and several members of the USC Board of Ford has to go
see deserter arrestedWASHINGTON Trustees, at the Palm Springs estate of Walter Annenberg, the ,

(UPI) Eddie Fitzgerald, who desertedthe
army because of anti beliefs but returned after Rhine boat fire Woodcock says
President Ford announced his amnesty program, may soon be
arrested again as a deserter because of a fuss over his hearing. DETR01TUP1)( ) Questioning President Ford's fitness
Fitzgerald deserted from Ft. Bragg, N.C., in November, for office. United Auto Workers President Leonard Wood.
1969, after two months in the service. He went to Canada and claims 19 livesCOLOGNE cock is urging Democratics to unite behind a single candidateto
then to Sweden. make sure Ford is replaced next year.
INSTEAD of entering Ford's clemency program he accepted Germany (UPI&) The State Prosecutor's Woodcock strongly criticized Administration Vietnam and
an Undesirable Discharge "For the good of the ser office Sunday took over investigation of a fire that swept economic policies in a Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner speech to
vice." through a Dutch excursion boat claiming the lives of nearly 20 Michigan Democrats and urged the party to avoid the kind of
Fitzgerald said he was told he would have to travel from elderly and disabled persons, the city government said. divisiveness in next year's primaries that may have cost it the
school in San Francisco to Ft. Dix, N.J., for the hearing test or 'In an accident of such proportions, it is natural that the White House in 1972.
a warrant would be issued for his arrest. Prosecutor's office steps into the act," a city government "It makes one wonder whether or not the incumbent is fit
The Army says it has sent six letters explaining that the spokesman said. for office," he said.
"medical followup was 'required either at Ft. Dix or the The spokesman said the tragedy, which district governmentchief In his speech, Woodcock branded Federal Reserve Board
nearest military installation." There are several in the San Guenter Heidecke termed "The worst Rhine River Chairman Arthur Burns as "the one person most responsiblefor
Francisco bay area. traffic accident in history," may haveclaimed 19 lives. our worst, recession since World War II."


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By STUART EMMRICH abandoned if the legislature decides to cut already, tight funds business colleges 43 are black. Black students iu the
Alligator Staff WriterIn for graduate assistantships. engineering college, enrollment 1,890, number 28. : ,
Although Hanson admitted the ultimate goal of the ,
an effort to bring in more black students into business programs would be to provide black' managers, he emphasized -,
and engineering fields, the UF administration has approved a that the colleges should concentrate now "with our State employes >
program to provide graduate school assistantships specifically? straightened resources" on providing the basic business and A
for blacks. engineering skills.
UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson Friday Lanzilotti agreed, adding it was "unrealistic" to discuss have to file 1.
reaffirmed' UF support providing $63,000 for 15 graduate training black managers when there are not many blacks evenn may
.assistantships for business students, with a matching grant to ; the low'>r levels of business .
be bought from foundations for black engineering students. "Iif'a. major Accounting firm, 'you donl see'many bl tks. travel ; '') ,AJ F '
BUT HANSON warned Robert Lanzilotti dean of the We are aiming at'college-educated people to go in and fill reportsBy .
business school, and Wayne; Chen, dean of the engineering those positions. What we are trying to do in a relatively short
college, that the practicality of both programs would decide period of time, is to make an impact and meet those needs," DEBBIE IBERT
how much money the legislature allocates to UF next year. he explained.Of Alligator Staff Writer
He explained the two-year program might have to be the 1,979 students in the graduate and undergraduate

University departments are in for some added paperwork if
a bill requiring state employes to file travel reports a week
'"r. before making an out-of-state trip becomes law.
'> The bill would make travel at the public's expenses by state
g> *.+, 0 officers and employes a "matter of public record," accordingto
*, *c its sponsor Rep. Barry Richard D-Miami..
STATE UNIVERSITY, System Chancellor Robert Mautz
opposes the bill because he said it creates "a needless bit of
"Ae paperwork."
v Yr ys =.' f "With all the scrutiny travel receives now, this extra bit
would serve no purpose. It's an addition of another bur-
densome, report and I wonder if it's necessary," Mautz said.
_L r< University personnel are currently required to get prior
rIir approval for all travel through their departments or ad-
_
,.oW ministrative offices, Mautz explained. After the trip, they
prepare travel vouchers to 'document expenditures.
'
.;, : ,. ., RICHARD'S BILL would require the university to file a
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,:': ."'. trip is made. The bill applies to all state employes below the
d... < .
<'ilr rank of deputy Cabomet officers.
The report would go to both the house and senate
Governmental Operations Committees and would include:
t .Sponsors, location ,and purpose of any meeting, con-
< ference or convention which state employes travel to at public
1- e% expense.
.The name and position of everyone attending..An .
W J estimate of the public cost of the trip.
The reports would be considered public record and
available to the media Richard said.
. IN ADDITION, the bill would require state agencies and
departments to make an annual report of all out-of-state
travel who went, where: they went and how much it cost.
Richard said the intent of his bill is to prevent large groups
of state employes from taking "junkets" at the public's ex-

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Poets (from left to right) Allen Ginsberg, Gory to raise ecology consciousness by linking poetry and necessity of the trip, he added.
"If travel is getting out of hand, it will be'very obvious in
will last until
Snyder, and Michael McClure kicked off Energy and energy: Energy and Consciousness Week the reports," Richard explained. "If the legislature doesn'tlike

Consciousness Week Saturday night at Graham Pond. Thursday. what it sees, it may cut some travel money out of the

\....,The presentation 'Energy and Poetry' was an effort budget."
PRIOR REPORTS for our-of-state travel would includethe
First' Consumer Guide available trips to various seminars and professional conventions
taken by members of the university community, Richard said.
'
!h Mautz, however said he feels present controls on university
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,: '' 1y y -By JEREMIAH TURNER ferent stores a student consumer survey to determing where travel "are adequate, ,since prior approval has always been
_ '_: i is: Alligator Staff Writer students prefer to 'shop,and other consumer information.The required.
'','' Consumer Guide is the result of almost a years: effort Before taking any trip on university business, faculty and
.:At l last UF'students have a device to help them save money by SG's consumer affairs department. It is the first of its kind administrators alike must submit travel requests to either
when shopping. to ever be compiled at UF their department chairmen or administrative office.
Student Government's Consumer Guide will be given out to Three' thousand copies at a cost of 31 cents each will be AFTER THE TRIP, every traveler prepares a travel
students starting today. distributed free to dorm residents this week. A total of 12,500 voucher in order to be reimbursed by the state for "per diem"or
"The purpose of the guide i is'to help students know where have been printed.The daily expenses like room and board.
,the values are and take advantage of them," Director Dan consumer guides w scheduled. for after Christmas The state will pay ,up to $25 per diem, but the usual
,Lobeck said. but were delayed because the 60 volunteers working on the reimbursement for university travel is $20 a day. Michael
The guide is divided into various categories of merchandiseand project,had not finished gathering information, according to Harris, associate UF controller, said. -
services .ragging from groceries and liquor to UF Lobeck. On air travel, the university buys the tourist class: airplane
parking rules and job hunting. Each category is further Non-dorm residents can pick up copies of the guide next ticket. The state pays 14 cents a,mile for gas and expenses if
divided into three sections giving price comparisons of dif week at the SG office in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. an employe drives.
HARRIS SAID there is no separate account kept for instate
or out-of-state travel. But "out-of-state travel has
Dorm campaigning allowed with permissionBy dribbled to almost nothing since after December," because of
restrictions on -making'outofstate travel without special
DEBBIE ERICKSON .By talking with dorm presidents before campaigning, the permission. Harris said.Student '
Alligator Staff Writer \'campaigner will be told of any dorm regulations which applyto

'A new campaign ruling passed by Director of Elections THE them RULING" 'Enholm WAS said.necessary because there was only a in pool mishapAllan

Scott Simmons last week, allows candidates for Wednesday's verbal and not a written, ruling on dorm campaigning
'Student Government runoff election and any other persons to Enholm said. "The election commission 'cannot enforce a Hatfield, 2UC, was in stable condition Sunday at
campaign in dorms if they receive permission from the dorm verbal law," he added. W.T. Shands Teaching Hospital after he nearly drowned in

president.. Enholm alb announced Election Commissioner Steve Ivy, the Gatorwctod Apartments pool Friday afternoon.'
Election Commission Chairman Greg Enholm said the Hatfield's roommate Gene Stevens, said that Hatfield was
6ED, .resigned last week.
,commission recommended Simmons make the ruling to solve Ivy, who was appointed by SG' President Steve Merryday, swimming, laps undetwater when he "passed out."
'"any'problems of campaigning! dorms." only attended.one election commission meeting because.. "he: "Everybody though he was just holding his breath,"
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THE RULING STATES campaigner 1 > a first contact had other professional obdgatiorisEnhotni{ ; said. Stevens' said. -
the dorm president to tell him how he will"'be campaigning "Allan can't talk yet, but he wrote a note telling me what
,whether it be door-to-door or distributing flyers and also tell Ivy, a regional coordinator with community education with happened. I've been over there a few times, and he seems to
him when the campaigning will occur. the Gainesville school, system, said he could not "maintain his be improving" Stevens said.
Enholm said the ruling was designed to "ensure candidatesor 'schedule and do justice to both functions." Hatfleld is'unable to speak because of tubes running down
anyone else does not unnecessarily irritate, ,dorm residentsand Normal! Gundel. I 1LW, was selected by Merryday to replace. his throat to keen fluid out of his lungs, David Beard, in-.
do not violate the rights,of dorm residents.". l Ivy. formation supervisor at Shands, said.1belndependent .




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the Newswriting Cunningham Alligator category Under placed editor Deadline first"Best Ron in Is this leadership ?


Pressure."

We understand Steve Merryday's support for Dan LobeckThey're
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Leading an Alligator sweep of One of; our opponents, Caleb! Grimes, says t the
both Delta Chi f frat brothers." But why did he work so
"Best Newswriting"Not Under issue in the treasurer's race is positive leadership hard to create Sue Connelly's qualifications?

Deadline Pressure Alligator In his ads he points out his membership on theOF
staff writer Brian Jones

placed first in that category. Parking & Transportation Committee. But he uNisITp.=/ .n"'D4'

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Here's the letter;

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Gator Haus Says 'r, rr LINDA WISNIEWSKI Steckel said Congress is expected to approve -
Alligator Staff Writer the proposals. If approved according to
schedule they will go into effect sometime this
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Students receiving federally guaranteedloans month, he said.ANOTHER .
NUTSTOYA9! tf! will have to be informed of job opportunities PROPOSAL would squire all
; in their chosen field if proposed educational institutions to "establish a fair
guidelines by the United States Office of and equitable refund policy" to return moneyto
Education are approved.The students who withdraw from school.
proposed guideline is part of an effortto Although Steckel said he believed UF's '
cut down on the rate of student "defaults" refund policies were "fair and equitable", he
failure to repay loans according to said the policies would have to be putlished in
Every Monday nite In the Red Velvet Lounge Glenn Steckel, assistant director of UF UF's academic catalogue to comply with the

Enjoy all the peanuts you can while sipping a financial affairs. proposal.
THE PROPOSAL WOULD require Present policies allow students to obtain
frosty cold beer or glass. of wine. universities and colleges to inform students refunds for meal plans and dorm rents.

about the employment situation in their However, students cannot receive a tuition .
As always Allen's Gator Haus offers you the major field. This data would include the refund once drop-add is over unless they have

finest subs, combos, and sandwiches delivered average starting salary and the recent percentage dropped courses for reasons specified by the
of students who found jobs in the area Board of Regents, UF assistant controller
FREE Beer & Wine, too! they prepared for. Monte Loeb said.


Any way you like it, anytime you want it,

Allen's Gator Haus is always as near as your Loansfrom

phone.EATIN.

( page one) program is that the federal government insures -
the state in case students don't pay back

loans. .
TAKE-OUT student's university, according to Turner. HOWEVER, the federal government may
GRAHAM'S PROPOSAL also reorganizes soon quit insuring student loans, Turner said.
Florida's two loan programs.The Rep. James O'Hara, D-Michigan, is
bill would,all but eliminate the older promoting a federal student financial
FREE DELIVERYMon.Sat. Florida Student Loan program 'as of July 1, package in Congress which would eliminate
leaving the Florida Insured Student Loan federal insurance for student loans.
program for students to borrow from. "O'Hara's proposals have a long way to go
10-2'AM GIVE US Of the $2 million left in the older loan before they get through Congress," Graham
program, Graham said $1 million would be said."Our decision was to go ahead," despite
Sunday 10-12:30: AM used to get the new short-term loans un- possible federal action, he said.
3776510New derway. Graham's bill would not eliminate the older
THE REMAINING $1 million would be Florida Student Loan Program, which does
allocated to some other financial aid functionnext not require federal insurance, in case the
year Graham said. federal government should eliminate its
"The advantage is that for the insured !student loan insurance, Graham said.
student loans,the federal government pays an Instead, the bill would end all borrowing
Office interest subsidy" which keeps the loan interest from the Florida Student Loan Program after
Hours low for students, Graham said. July 1 and allow the program to lay dormant
Another advantage of offering loans only The bill will be discussed in the Senate
through the Florida Insured Student Loan Education Committee Monday night.QTICES.


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Lord UF today.and Lady Michael Lindsay will engineering radio equipment to and the gave Chinese classes telecommunications in :radio: '* * * * ** *

discuss their experiences with China and its organization.The *
leaders as they make their first national Lindsays were among the few
speaking tour of the United States. foreigners 'allowed to visit the Chinese *. The Independent Florida :
The Lindsays have been living and working mainland in 1949. In J 1954 they served as
in China off and on since (937. During this interpreters for the British Labour Party's *.
time they came to know Mao Tse-tung, visit to the: People's Republic of China: ii
Chiang Ching (Mrs. Mao), Chou En-lai, Chu The lecture is scheduled for 7:30: p.m.: in : Alligator Invites You :
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By JOANNE KOIIL Wayne Reitz Union at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.The *
Alligator Staff Writer films are "Rise and Fall of the Great .O'FF
bECtt
Lakes" The Slow Guillotine" and "World *
ONE,TWO SLIDE Two "great ballerinas," Population." They are being sponsored by ,,\ /J
Galina Ulanov and Plisetskaya, will be Zero, Population Growth and the En- v *
presented on film tonight at 7:30 p.m. in'the vironmental Action Group. *
University Auditorium. Admission is free. HABLA ESPANOLi The life and works of *

TUNE INs The Gator Amateur Radio Club Spanish poet Antonio Machado are presentedin *. @ ... *
meets 7:30: tonight in the basement of Reid "Machado The Private Citizen." The
laboratory. program will be held in room I 120 of the Music *. *
SAVANT The UF savant chapter will meetto Building tonight at 8. .
consider "important constitutional ROCK OUT The Florida Speleological *
changes" tonight at 6:45: in 346 J. Wayne Society will meet in room I 113 Little Hall at 7
I Ueitz Union. p.m. on Tuesday.FARMWORKERSa. Plaza of the Americas *
BREAK A LEG The Gator Ski Club elects The ,Gainesville Farm. '
officers tonight at 8.in. room 124 of the J. worker Support Committee and the StudentsFor *

Wayne Reitz Union. Farmworkers will' meet this Tuesday at 7 Monday April 23 *
MOOt If you want to plan your beef cattle p.m.. 1524 NW 4th Ave, Apartment P. ,
short course come on down to the Block and BUDDHISTS Dr. Hajime Nakamura of the *
Bridle meeting 7 p.m. tonight in room GI86 University of Tokyo will lectureon"BuddhistIdeas
McCarty Hall. and Their Significance in the Con .. ....,.'.... *
TAKE A WALK: Bruce Marschall of the UF temporary World" at McCarty Auditorium 12, noon'f: \ '' .l'.'
Hiking Club promises "we'll make your 'free' tonight at 8. Dr. Nakamura will also lead an ; : *
lime worth something." The club meets informal discussion on "ContemporaryJapan" *
tonight at 8 in room 220 Florida Gym. at 3:00: p.m. today in room 122 of theJ.
TAKE ME TO YOUR Leadership Training Wayne Reitz Union. *
class meets Tuesday night at 7 in the EASTERN ORTHODOX MEMBERS Choir Debates'will be between candidates
Lutheran Student Center. Practice for the "Liturgy of the Presanctified *
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The Christian Gifts" will be held Tuesday night at 7 at the for the offices of president,.vice
Science Organization meets Tuesday at 7 in Episcopal University Center 1522 W. *
room 356 of the Wayne Reitz Union. University Ave.The service sponsored by the
treasurer and Traffic Court *
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RIGHT TO LIFE Committee meeting will be Orthodox Christian Fellowship will be heldat -
held tonight at 8 at the Brookwood Terrace the Center on Wednesday night at 7:30.: *
Clubhouse. 2601 NW 23 Blvd. No admission The I service is in ..English.REVOLUTIONARY chief justice.
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the ship. yh- film is basedon acting of Alastair Sim. H. plays Hawkins, a gentleman assassin Second Floor Call Q92-1655.9) ;00 to 4:30to :
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Independent Florida Alligator,Monday Aprll2t, 1975,Page 7
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Bill to split fees defeated

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By DEBBIE 1BERT student organizations such as SG and the '
r Alligator Staff Writer College Councils and publications. '
CONTROL over the service fees would be
The Senate Education Committee has shifted from SG to the university budgetary '\1
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defeated a bill to divide the Activity and process administered by the president. J
Service Fee fund into two separately con The administration-controlled service fee
a trolled funds.Sponsored. would include intercollegiate athletics health
by Sen. Henry Sayler. R-St. ,services placement activities, student union
= ,. Petersburg. the bill received a 6-3 negative facilities recreational services professional
.. volt .doer the 'cOmmittee heard :argument*. counseling, bonded debts and certain
agair.st the bill from the Florida Student academic support services.A .
.. Lobby.A law passed by the Florida Legislature last .I
COMPANION bill in the house almost year gave student governments at the state '
identical to Sayler's was introduced by Rep. universities the right to control allocation of
.. Lee Moffitt. D-Tampa. and has been assignedto activity and service lees'collected 1 from
e a h' js? appropriations subcommittee on students.
linar ar :1 I capital outlay. Moffitt's 'Currently, the UF Student Senate allocatesthe
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,S legist..in istant David Mitchell said. tees after hearing recommendations from
,Sayler's ,ill' would have created two the Activity and Service Fee Advisory
.. separate funds an activity Ice under Committee (ASFAC).
Student Government control and a service fee UF President Robert Q. Marston can veto
Wed. April 23 DORM RAT FINALS = lund allocated by the administration under any SG fee allocation ,he considers unsound
a Universty Auditorium : normal university budgetary procedure.In and reallocate the'money into three areas:
the,category of activities SG would still Student Health Services the Athletic
,. I. allocate funds lor general student needs. Associaton: and paying off bond obligations.
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(with SGP) I Grassroots give no endorsementGrassroots .1

= at 8:00: pm North Union lawns .

Sun. April 27 PANCAKE BREAKFAST i Reform Organization Party candidates they may reverse their decision if
(tGI announced) Friday the party would not any of the candidates sign an affidavit not to
.. Jennings: 9am to noon a' endorse either Action or Florida Student accept salaries.
Hume Party in Wednesday's Student Government The"top five"former GRO candidates will
FIELD DAY 1:00: Dusk runoff election. meet again Monday,night to decide if they will

i Mon. April 28 DORM WEEK PARADE i didate Ross said Thompson.his party GRO decided presidential not lo"officially can individually Thompson endorse said one-tenth any party of the he Senate added. is
endorse either party because we think ,the
now controlled by GRO.
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a 6pmto8pm nearly 1.000 students who,voted for us voted
CONCERT & DANCEBroward because we promised not to accept any "We are now the minority party in the
: '; I : salaries and because we wanted to change Senate and have decided to establish a GRO
I .,' 't\, Poolside: 8:30: -11 pm SG." office so we function as a'minority party and
: : Thompson said although GRO party are not absorbed by the monolithic party in
= \\: '/' BARBEQUE members decided not to endorse any of the the senate," he said.
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'. Treasurer Chief Justice Traffic Court
Jennings Hall 8 pmCOLLEGE '.

BOWL FINALSBroward i. THE ISSUE IS LEADERSHIP

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. H May 2 TOLBERT AREA MOVIE Throughout. campaign we have maintainedthat

: (TBA) : the student body needs capable vigorous "
leaders with ,a positive approach to student

i ,soy(; Mar 3 BEATLE' NIGHT DANCE i, problems. We believe YOU AFFIRMED THIS
position with your vote last Wednesday. We need
= and, : your support again this Wednesday. You

= MOVIE ("Yellow Sub : DESERVE MORE than excuses you deserve
ACTION.
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EDITORIAL .



Kitchen sinkWe ."


haven't found the kitchen sink yet, but we're I" ,
still looking. /.," '>"
After all, everything else seemed to be there, ',.7,"'r:'
from the cheapest place in town to buy a drink, ,to ''',.
handy tips on where to look for a job. 'I "t

Past .Alligator-Student Government relations .'
have been anything but smooth, and in fact more
often than not we've found ourselves at odds with .
SG actions.

.. But to.give credit where it's due, a lot of hard

1 working individuals in SG have just produced one /
of the best justifications for SG's existence we've t Q

seen in a long time.
Laying out some $4,765, and weeks of leg work
and dedication, almost sixty members of the SG
Department of Student Affairs have just put out''a

comprehensive student consumer guide.
And considering that UF students spend some
$70 million to $100 million a year in Gainesville

that's not a bad investment.The .
handly little 101 page booklet should be

mandatory reading for anyone who's ever spent a ,
buck in this town, or feft they've been ripped off by
a shady business.
Obviously the product of a lot of hard work, the
Search for class continuesAfter
manual. contains price comparisons for grocery

stores, automotive services, record and tape sales,

bicycle repairs, coin laundries, day nurseries, and reading Bob Davidson's ideological satire (Alligator, slipped into one of the few empty chairs at the edge of the
even hair styling stores and fraternities.In April 17)) I had to agree with his message concerning dein- floor. -
addition there are survey based ratings on dividualization at UF. But none the less I was moved to tell 'Ugh. .uh..uh..cxn you' hear me?"
banks, restaurants, insurance agencies, UF dorms the story of the way the mission finding class 310 REALLYwent. "What?" an ununified chorus returned.
.. "CAN YOU HEAR me back there? I'm not sure if this
and off-campus housing.The thing is working. These wires all connect somewhere. Uh
book-contains a copy of the Florida lan- "Hey do you know where Nifty Nice Auditorium is?" well I guess that's better.
dlord-Tenant act and the."Little FTC act", the "YEAH, MAN, it's that way." "Now this is class 310. Oh excuse me. Would you people
consumer protection provisions of the Florida, After walking that way for awhile, I decided to check my wait one moment while we try to get this screen set up?"
Deception and Unfair Trade Practices Law. It bearings again. "Do you know where Nifty Nice Auditoriumis
even has a list of consumer protection agencies ?" ,
"Yea'you're standing right in front of it."
from the local Chamber of Commerce to Ralph MOH. TIIANKS"

Nader's Public Interest Research Groups in, I then proceeded to the double doors of Nifty Nice [ SATIRE ]
Washington.And Auditorium. That's strange I thought, the doors are locked.
the best thing about tote guide is it's free.
About 3,000are already being distributed, and
12,500 in all have been printed. CYNTHIA THEISS 7 I took the moment to check out my surroundings now'thatmy
Considering the scope of information contained'' eyes had adjusted to the lack lighting. As I looked I was
thinking that this must have been one of those campus
in the volume we believe it's one of the wisest
GUEST COLUMNISTPresently buildings they told me about that has "character." The walls
investments ,SG has made in time.
a long were peeling chunks of discolored paint and the wooden
Even without the kitchen sink"Bullets' chairs had lost a few chunks along the way too.
"LETS SEE, where was I? On'yes. As you probably have
of course, 1 saw the sign that read, "Class 310 will figured out by now, class 310 will be meeting here in Nearly
be meeting in Room 510 of Hole in the Wall Building." Condemned Auditorium temporarily indefinitely. Nifty Nice
Digging in my memory I remembered where Hole in the Auditorium seems to be undergoing some type of repair.
Wall Building was located, and so continued on my mission of Personally, I couldn't see anything wrong with Nifty Nice but
finding class 310. On reaching room 510 Hole in the Wall I THEY told me it wasn't finished being prepared for use.
The diehards over at the National Rifle found an open door this time. But inside the room on the "Therefore you will have to bear us, I mean, bear with us,
Association had it at least partly right., chalk board was scribbled. "Class"310 has been transferred to in adapting to the situation here. The fact that there are no
Nearly Condemned Auditorium. Oh well. desk and and visual
tops inadequate heating lighting sound
Guns don't kill people. ON ENTERING Nearly Condemned Auditorium, I knew systems should not be considered a disadvantage.
Bullets do. that (had finally found the right place. The deep, dark, moist "Instead it should make you feel comfortable in the
It's an interesting approach to a problem that air exuded brewing thought.And l besides that,the auditoriumhad Southern tradition. In addition, it will make you all-the-more
has been kicked.around for a long time, hand gun wall-to-wall, blue-jean upholstered chairs.In appreciative of your text books, which, by the way, should be
the distance I could see faintly illuminated, the front
control. available in the book store in at .least two or three
view of a professorish looking person. Being so assured, I weeks. . ., ,",
Upset over the piecemeal efforts by ,the U.S.
,Congress and state legislatures to ban or restrictthe
sale of hand guns, the Chicago-based Committee The 'Independent Ron WHoMn-ChW Cunningham Managing David Klein Editor

for Hand Gun Control has I taken a _new

tack. Florida TSfir"ysasr
The group'' petitioned the federal Consumer Alligator

Product Safety Commission to ban the sale of '(ill (jme\iC6 n Midi Kelrnan '\ ,r' Jody Corlin

hand gun bullets as a hazardous substance under n News Editor, ,,:': Layout Editor
the 1960 Hazardous Substances act. The group "
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proposes that only law enforcement personnel, K.A. Tony- Kendzior- . .,.. .-. .?,. ... .. ..,.. .. . .. .. ..General Manager
licensed security and licensed pistol clubs James V.Cook . . .. ..; .. ..*. ,.. .. .. .. .' '. .. ..Assistant General Manager Published byf'liiiilniH
guards Mrs. Evelyn Best .. .., ..,. ... .... .. . .'. .. .. ... ..Administrative Assistant
could purchase the bullets. Anne Malphuf'l . .. ... .. .,'..... .. ... ., .., ... ... .'.. Bookkeeper : C.'ommiiiiii'ul'in 11''. In',
If the bullets are unavailable the practical effect C. Roy Shipp . . .. .,... ....:..,. .. .. ... .. ... ., .. .Business Manager
would be to ban hand themselves Tom MacNamaro..y ti..r..i | .i". .. '.' ... . .Accountant P.O. Box 13266 University
put a on guns RoyMcCeeJr.fflfpfi! Y .. ..,.. .. . .Advertising Manager Station. Gainesville. Florida withoffic.s
something Congress has been reluctant to do. DonnoLubrono..t.j.,. ... .'..".. .. .. ,. . ..i..Mv.rtisingcoordinatr behind the College Inn.
E The Consumer Product Safety Commission has Acey Harper . . ..... .,;. . : .;. .,. . ..'. .Special,Sections Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue.Business .
itself been reluctant face the issue but under Lynda Homier .. .. .,. ... .. ,;,.,.,'..:... . ., Advertising Production Manager Office phone: 3764U6.Editorial .
to a lynn Sokler. .. .. ... .. ..'. .,. .. .,,.... .,., Editorial Production Manager Department: 37..sa.Ad"ertilng
federal cqurt order will begin deliberations JlmEsposlto, .. . ... . . .. ,. . . .. .Editorial Production Manager Deportment,* and 376U43.Page" Production.
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II ACTION PARTY I FL. STUDENT PARTY I ].1However


We. as members of this student body,
clear choice in the areas as collective bargaining, 'tuition, students do have a real keep students from hearing the issues by
a selection of '
now face
educational funding, ; 'choice.
In the an !lnputJgJhe cancelling 'the Dialogue program the
representatives Wednesday'
our Student Government elections.One University Senate,'\vitfiout coming forthwith The first vote count is in, and it in- night the candidates were ,to speak.
of candidates have : well-researched proposals to meet dicates students aren't sure what they WRUF however, insisted\ ',on airing the
group come each need? want from Student Government in the program, even without the FBK spon-
forth suggesting specific
proposals
to
Is it presumptuous to suggest that coming year.FLORIDA. sorship.
attempt to meet the problems studentson students seek financial accountability in .STUDENT PARTY asks .Caleb Grimes Action Party treasurer
this campus face in the areas of the Traffic Court, an on-campus memberof you. What do you want? candidate, has run on ',a platform of .
academics, career: opportunities, dor- the Parking and Transportation Are you satisfied with the way SG has "accessability". What ,he neglects to
mitory life, parking transportation and Committee, a Lake Wauberg weekend been run in recent years? mention is that he was removed from' the,
consumer affairs. shuttlebus. reduction of campus auto The Action Party presidential can- Parking and Transportation Committeefor
THE OTHER CANDIDATES have traffic and short-term and long-term didate recently stated on a television non-attendance. Is this accessability?
denounced this approach of offering parking solutions? interview that he was "satisfied" with the"present GREG SHERMAN, FSP candidate
specific proposals" as "unrealistic" and THE ACTION CANDIDATES feel .SO structure. ,and the incumbent Student Body
"pie-in-the-sky prefering instead to compelled( to answer "no" to each of the FSP ISN'T satisfied. and we feel the Treasurer was lauded by an Honor Court
resort to such generalities as "putting the" above questions, and in doing so set students deserve the best SG we can Report for "his accessibility to the
student back in Student Governmeet. themselves apart as being committed to provide. Therefore, we offer you, the students. He maintains regular ,office
The Action candidates have not been exploiting to its fullest the potential of student a chance to revamp Student hours and is available by appointmentwhen
afraid to put before the students a SG as a vehicle for cooperative action on Government into the type of student- necessary. In summary, the
comprehensive statement of their goals, this campus. government partnership it was meant to' committee concludes that Treasurer fl".
to which they pledge to apply all Sherman is S.G. official=
Many of the above proposals are not be.Pick an exemplary
available met.resources in an effort to see that new, but rather have already been the government you want. FSP Honor Court Report, January, 1975.
they are successfully instituted at other offers qualified leaders and workers who .Speaking of qualifications. Sue
IT IS "UNREALISTIC" to seek will'carry out the students' decisions.We Action candidate for
universities.: None of them can be fully Connelly party,
curriculum reform, Grade Appeals implemented by the candidates alone, intend to present to you alternative Chief Justice of the Traffic Court,said
Boards, an academic! bankruptcy policy, and for that reason Action pledges a structures of government, and by ex- when she announced her candidacy that
and an all-night study lounge? concerted recruitment campaign to tending the polling period, allow all she had served on ,the Student Traffic
Is it "impractical" to attempt ex- involve virtually hundreds of students in students a chance to choose the form of Court of Appeals and the Parking and
pansion of the externship program for SG's efforts this year, with no con- government,they want. If at least 25 per Transportation Committee. Not so. She,
on-the-job training, coordination ,of sideration to who, if any, these students cent of the students turn out to vote, we was APPOINTED to these seats ,just
placement with the Alumni Association, supported in the elections. can amend the student body constitutionto prior'to the election, and,'at the time of
a course in Career Choices, ,with outside which is workable. NOT
The issue, clearly, is one of leadership.The have an SG her announcement had served.
lecturers, and a full-time UC Career Action candidates, whose FSP IS PRESENTLY putting together: Incidentally, she was appointett'to: the
Counselor? qualifications show their dedicated two plans. The first is a combination Parking and Transportation seat ,left
Is it nothing more than "pieinthesky" preparation for such leadership will Commission College Council form of vacant by Caleb Grimes' removal. '
to set a high, priority on achieving continue to speak of what CAN be done, government whereby grievances and This is not campaign mudslinging.The .
24-hour visitation and other dorm instead of what CANNOT be done. They services are administered by a body of proof exists in,the letters signed by,
reforms in such commissioners and funds allocated which file Traffic
areas as contracts are "Merryday, are on at the
will not resort to gimmicks, innuendo,
refrigerator,rentals, roommate selection, and unfair smears in an attempt to gain through the colleges on 'a per capita Court. '..
cable TV availability, kitchen facilities, basis. BOB L1NDGREN, FSP candidate for'
office by insulting the,intelligence of the
maintenance personnel review, and student body. The second is a simplification of our Chief ,Justice'doesn't.. need to give,'. '
resident input in disciplinary actions? present form of government, addressedto misrepresentation of ,his qualifications.( .,
MUST WE AUTOMATICALLYabandon ONE SUCH GIMMICK this past the problems of complexity, and Bob ,has served the students, for: the,past;
as unachievable such efforts as week has been to promise to hold inefficiency; two years as an associate: justice :way,
repeal of the Sunday alcohol ban, a campaign spending to two-thirds the Many students have expressed Deputy Chief Justice 'under the present:",
county consumer protection ordinance, a allowable limit while not mentioning discontent with the "patronage" systemof administration, has 'served on. the
uniform model lease, a student travel valuable donated materials from a awarding SG positions to friends. FSP Parking and Transportation Committee:
office for charter flights, a student printer-relative. Another has been to pledges to give ample notice of positions is chairman of the,Student' Traffic Court
consumer attorney, bookstore and charge that fraternity and sorority available, so that any interested studeet of Appeals which he, established: and
Servomation reforms, an off-campus members vote as a mindless "bloc". may apply for thesejobs.THROUGHOUT has served as a student senator.and .as
association to replace security deposits Action is confident that the student THIS campaign, it's president, of Sigma Chi'Fiatemity.. "
and an entertainment and lecture series body will demand leadership from its been obvious that our opposition does Qualifications? 'Ask:. yourself', before', ',
common market for statewide block-. leaders for to demand anything less not want a large voter turnout. For instance you vote Wednesday.,The choice is up.to,
booking? will lead to an inevitable erosion of our : you. Do you'want '-unrealistic,promises, ,4
Can we afford to sit back and see the interests rather than the action that we so i Florida Blue Key, sponsors of and unqualified. didates, or,,do:you'
students' rights short-changed in such badly need. ,VVRUF's! Dialogue program attempted to want real action? "' ,




Voted early and often


EDITORi I voted twice. I could have voted as many times as I

wanted. '' _
The I Arts and Sciences poll was set up in front of Library 'f1' '
West. The voter' had, to have his fee card punched by the ,
person running the registrar's books, after it had been
determined that he-she really had a valid registration.

THE; PROBLEM WAS at the machines themselves; the t
student running the, machine barely glanced at the punched
Ice card and made no attempt to mark it so it ,could not be i iI

used\ again 'J

Su about fhe minutes later I stood in another line for a :
different machine and was given the okay to enter this
machine. Fortunately. m>' morals prevailed and I did not vote
.a i second time. But this incident brings about the question of a f
small ""rm)'" of people voting two or three times for one !
Certain party or candidate.
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I strongly urge the supenisor of elections to see if it wa :

possible to vote twice at other polling. places and to correct I'

these faults y% ;, o
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UNFORTUNATELY, use have found out in the. recent : _
past the UP, Gator cannot be trusted.
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OANCiFEMFESTIVAiLMQN.
THIS SUMMER BEGIN .


Three convicted APRll -3jXR/MVyfU/ AUDITORIUM YOUR CAREER ABROADEven

OPTHE RUSSIAN $Allow If ,you are lucky enough to have a good
lob lined up for after graduation you owe it to

in Sun I and trialsJames yourself to find out about the PEACE CORPS.
M i N c i N E +I
roe tt. There's no big salary or retirement plan. In fact
PEACE CORPS is only the beginning of your post-
Yearby a Sunland Training Center "cottage parent"was
life. It's two living overseas,
found guilty Friday on charges stemming from his attempt BOARD OP CQUill, i orNn.U>;;;;?;- graduate themselves years and doing
to make a Sunland client eat a bar of soap. ARTS it SCIENCES STUDENT'COUNCILCut helping others help
Yearby's supervisor,Theodore Henly, was also found guiltyon something worthwhile with your degree In a

charges of failure to report the incident. developing country.If .
The two verdicts ended the trial of eight Sunland employeswhich - - -- - - your degree is In agriculture, engineering

began Tuesday.Of home economics, .French, English, chemistry,
the eight defendants charged with assault and battery or out for Mexico? math or physics the PEACE CORPS may have a
failure tQ report an assault, three were convicted, two were 1 for
1 challenging assignment you.
acquitted and the case against three more was dropped Art vow going to stay In BIN U.S.forever Study In Mexico,whorl HI 1
of tile country It your research laboratory.Whether" your Intorttt lilt If don't have a solid job prospect right
because witnesses failed in trial. you
prosecution to appear Friday's In Anthropology Art Education, 'Inttr-Amorlcan Business Spanish
.David Fleming was found guilty of four counts of assault or any ol tnt 15 other majors| offered, you will find the U of A an now, getting In a' PEACE CORPS applications is
exciting pl.ce.to '..rn. Located In central Mexico It It fully like another iron in the fire. But unless,
and battery. Fleming's co-defendant: Lewis Bohannon was accredited In the U.S. Claim art offered In both Eitallih and 1 getting
found innocent of failure to report an assault. 1 Spanlih.Summer S"IIon-1IwHIc ttttlon Juno U to August 21 and 1 you apply now, it'll be too late for this summer.
wood ttttlon Juno N to August *,.
Virginia Roark, another Sunland cottage. parent, was 1 "PEACE CORPS representatives will be at UF
acquitted of assault charges. 1 For more information, cut out & send to: today through Wednesday April 21-23 ,See
Assault charges against Cottage parents Ida Mae Suggs,
1 REGISTRAR, University of the Americas 1 them
of the contact
them In front library or
Andrew Hines and Carol Richardson dismissed. .
were 1 Apartado Postal 507, Puebla, Pue. Mexico "
.1 through the plaaement office.
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Balancing city budget .


topic of commission


Finding ways to meet a $400,000 city budget deficit will be
the major item on the agenda,of the Gainesville City Com BreakfastSpecial99e.

mission tonight.At ,
the 7 p.m. meeting, to be held on the fourth floor A.
Clarence O'Neill Auditorium of the the .
Municipal Building
commission will consider ways to balance this year's budgetand Two eggs fixed the way you like ( \:

cut next year's by possibly postponing construction work. them with bacon
Among those projects mentioned for delay, are the Hotel or sausage, grits, }

Thomas Community complex renovation Center. and construction of the Northeast toast and coffee Usually $i.30.Just 99
The City Plan Board will present a petition which would Offer good April 21 to April 27.E
rezone areas near campus from low density single family r
units, to high density family units. If rezoned this could Served during normal breakfast hours. .'
possibly permit the construction of high rise apartment t t

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Close to Campus CHARLES MORFORD MARIA CEBALLOS I
..reclines in hand-carved rocking chair .UF student studies wood-frame mjm
178-725. 014S.W 8th Avenue
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In the coming year we face serious problems affecting you the student.' To meet SIGNIFICANCE IN THE -
these problems we need able leaders with positive programs. A defeatest do- CONTEMPOKAXY WORLD"by
nothing approach would mean disaster for the student body. Jim Eaton and Dan
Lobeck have addressed the issues clearly and thoughtfully, counting on the intelligence Dr. Halm| Nakamura
\ of you the voter; in selecting your leaders. We believe you know where Univ. of Tokyo

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The Inaugural Scudder ,"
I Lecture. presented by
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CTIONmake ,. Public Functions,,.and, ....
Reitz Union. .
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KING OFHEARTS SALE FOR SALEelectric FOR SALE ORDER YOUR
4t CLASS RINGS NOW ,
73 Kqwosakl. 350 6,500 ml, sissy bar & portable typewriter new Wedding Bands, ft Engagement Rings. "
rock excellent condo asking $800 price condition, original cost $245 sale price Traditional" or Contemporary' designs of
negotiable, phone 373-0322 (o-5t-H6-p) $120. phone 392-6798 between 8.10 pm. your choice Handmade for individualswho
ask for lee sopiro room 421. (o-5t-115-p) want the best. Original work by
from us 12 string' guitar' $80 car tape deck South's leading Artists. Master Gold ALL
; 4 speakers great for van $80 call after okc IRISH! SETTER PUPS cah-am straight' Smith and Lapldist. Unconditional .
6pm.. 373-9775 (o-3t-H7-p) champion lines, long haired + mellow, Guarantee OZZIE By appointment' only. RINGSGUARANTIED
all shots + wormed both parents on '
Thi *aclj, beautifut Y film hanwakene 1, betami i1 junfrtJtUriHlth ..... ", .mls.scoll gory 377.5325 (a.5t.II5.p) 373.3894. (o-49t-10S-p 1 ) J9fI
> ( ( mo i world upsid <10wir; ,, Sammte'fiwidfon' : ;. 1974 suiukl 100 In excellent condition, Jump equip: parocom. + cont. $300,
;. with vinyl cover good for transportationor lopo + conl $125 24' reserve $60,also Catcher'sJewelers
mr ii one 1 (tasortlofthiiphenomenoirpeopHlovUht Kinj, of pleasure $425 it's red. call 373.1022 selling I jumpsuit, alt trench boots call
j s1c'1. I : (oSMIS-p) rob oft,10pm 377-8917 (o-5t-118p)
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7:30&: 10:00: ); GIBSON J45 guitar sunburst with case Invest in a Sony TC-350 stereo reel to
Ml W. drift),. Ave_ 771.3013 WUfllwA $150 sacrifice 377-8084 anytime (a-St. reel recorder for the price of about 25
ii J ',# 372643o. : *y ''' 115-p) _______ album ($100)). Analyzed at Couches, '2 E.Univ.Ave)3766892it
', within, original specs sound on sound, 3
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stereo-garrord z-100 wood base and
heads,versille" Also Harmon Kardon 330receiver
shore m55-)05) 70 waits
voxson amp
Deal both 373-9361:
$125. on
rm.-S!20.morantz tuner,scope 120 offerme I ,-
6. Berijle (o-5t-ll8-p)
around $300 bruce 373-0951 (o-St- offer
114-p)_____ )W75 honda 360-electnc starter-150 I miles
only-warranty-save $$on'this new bike -
4 suzuki 500 mini condition only the
got must sell $1,029 firm call art 372-4356-
1st ANNIVERSARY CELECRATION best In life 5400 miles, custom sissy bar
373-8144pm (o-5t-1l8p) .
rock safety bar helmet best offer over 1
1000 378-6255 ofter 6 (o-5t-H4-p) I Shure PA cclumns$350 or best offer call r M, w.3M .
PRESENTING 373-0738 ask for Caleb (o-3t-117-p)
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d dE Prize diveVs watch never used $250 or
1 bed with -
; best offer twin size water
i frame $25. 373-2070 any time: 7' x 16'
sn blue carpet, $15 372-8672, 5-7 pm (a-5t- 1 1 2:05 4:00N JUSTINEDE.SADE
J Jt '116V..!. )_ W. t3hlh steist .,hd 5:55 7:45 9:4523rd
Fischer model I 30 stereo and speakers soutsveoMELBROOKS'
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old & a bargain at $100: GE. BOW 13"
T.V. fair condo o buy 01) $25. Call 373-
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stereo preamp f amp 60 watt dynoco
ti.r, manual shure male d, dynaco a- PG
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FRIDAY APRIL 25 8 & 11PM 9 female weekends call(1 o 3726294.5l-l 17,p after|) 5 pm and f/etr N. W. IR* s.. 9:30:

Minolta SRT.101, 50mm f-1.4 lens for '
$4.50 Reserved Seating V $150.00 Brand New Call:392-9145'(a-2t- JflV/llDl 2:1
Tickets Avail at: Rebel Discount (Main) I 117p)____with | 7>.d 13th BOUltVAtO stsiEt end]I 6:007:459:35. :___: _
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walnut bedroom set good '
& Box Office r twin beds five, pieces any reasonable
sE offer (ogi-m-p) 37 3: 244 1 1klem SYLVIA KRISTEL VJ{

Bt tl1entl\tslc I1 1 piano for sal. excellent condition, R
call 377-6542 Chat after 5pm $350 or tU you feel good
Irom GIwnbx{
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best offer (o5t118-p)_ fitting
233 West Univ. Ave. 377-3013
1970 VW Good Condition, new tires and
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Guaranty Federal WATERFRONT WOODED homes PROPERTY tes, call acreage, Female wanted to share 2 bedroom : female Ski
JOE taller.$5O month roommate for 2 bdr
Crawford of WO includes uhf, located Opt-howailan
THE! BEST PLACE TO SAVE. .Realtors 377A7B9 (o.Mason Co Inc 17 mi. west of G'ville, for info call 376- village shore all expenses avail sept, 75
8trk .fm 5t-118-p) 4446, ask for Glenda or 472.2870 after call eves 373.3091 (It-I18p) _
am cor stereo $79 installed 8trk 500 (bfrlllnc
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record-play deck
,49. electric guitar Colonial and new, See mark In opt 26 1216 SW
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BIKES Inc. SW tack 2nd ave (colonial manor) evenings
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8000rpm 529 call 377.B267 ( 4.20 thru 6.20 1 br turn carpet .
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PARTS-377-6901 2 female roommates wanted Summer need fastor 1 2 female roommates for

FOR RENT quarter in Brondywme opts $67.95.mon summer qt French qt 2 bedrm a-c.apt.
Coll Donna at 376.5299 (b.3t.H7p) Own room $60-mth, shore room $39-
) mth.call soonl 378.7128 .2tIl7p .
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liLSERVICE. Avail Fall Qtr. own br In one of Hogtown finest; quiet
ISbdr NW Sec-B( ,fee to campus house, wood heat, rabbit' hutch, garden, )
2: 4 bdr low rent pets OK chicken coop, woods, yard, basement 1 or 2 female roomotes to share :2 bdrm
3. $85 Mo Includes utilities, NW sea parking reasonable, close 373-9610 (b5tH7p 2 bath apt Williamburg $67+ 'i. util closeto
4. $110 4 blocks from campus ) campus pool"' oc furnished, fall call '
3. 13 homes now being built different Need ,tune of |lone 378-1274 (c.5l.117.p)
f : Ig Ibr or sm 2br opt. duplex, or
377-0722 areas United Real Estate cottage.close to campus.summer qtr. student looking fat responsible e
Assoc. 377-6992 $100mo (negotiable).desperate! call roommate to find apt near med center
10 Mt 16PM Nancy 392.7484 ((b5lll7p) for fall '75 thru spr '76 call bob weekdays -
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7 DAYS A WEEK ) _ Two piofessionol students looking after 6 at 378-8235 (c-2t.1| 118 I -p) .25 yqnts froth campusittdiviciuql

AVOID THE FALL t KUSH tor 'two male students with' similar interests Someone needed to shore 1972 mobile
3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.DUmJI. Now is the lime to look for that house or and goals to share an apt at home, 2 bedrooms Arredondo Village tieUrc/oiri'S
opt for the summer or fall quarter Call country gardens, walking dist from pool tennis courts 65 mos utilities, /

todoy'l' 377-6992 Ib 60t II?.p)) campus,)ask for |jim or lorry 377-2088 (b6tll7p Coll 373-7455 1 furnished' dishwasHef

Only three blocks from com-
pus. UNIVERSITY APTS. now renting ROOMMATE NEEDED Own bedrtfom ,in PLANned .-' shag carpeting
for summer quarter. Special summer plush Gatorwood Apt. $87.50 + Vs 'r
discount rotes: June 16thAug. 31st. One utilities, Coll 377.4796 Ask for Mike or
bedrooms, $88.month, Two bedrooms, Alan (sum. qtr ) (b.5t 116-p) PARENTHOOD Also taking -tall reservations now.
$118-138-month. Pets
allowed
selected in rm for rent 1 blk from campus $50 Information & Referrals
opts. Come in before needed forSpi'lng'Quarter
now roommates
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utilities .
pd call 378.2008
too late. Air Conditioned. Swimming ) .for info (b 3tUipJ 377-0881
Pool. You can beat the heat but not the '
priCes. Coll 376.8990 or' come by the All RENTS SLASHED I
office at 1524 NW 4th Ave weekday (Special Summer Rates)
afternoons (b-St-I lip) $looto$125 PER MO.
-II : All units, 2 BR, furnished with air. luxury Who Is the_place
WJJA WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR features.

APARTMENT. Joel Bridges, Realtor 404 Available for lease through Aug. 31st
S.W. 4th avenue, 377.6700. (B-JT.104. Prairie" View Mobile Village. LeonRedbone
3:30: 7.00: 9:30Reincarnation: Chg) 378.4411 373.3284 PII4J7:4w0.Interhall
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Available to new tenants only!
roommate wanted, own odrm in 3 bdrm ?
georgetown opt. $65 mo + 'V (b5t.l)6p) ) 372-3557
ull $85 dep Call 377-8776 btwn
6 and 8 pm. (b5tll4p) 2 roommates needed. Immediately

female Hawaiian Village 2 Bdrm. 2 bath,

Peter u! blk from Footnote campus wonted sub let thru own summer room I plus poolside'", util April Call Linda rent paid.or Caroline 50 per at mo 376-: Council Presents DORM WEEK (

$90 mo + /i utilities!! central hi and air '
3421 (b.10I-II6.p)
Proud call 377.7982 keep trying (b-St-1 115.p) featuring the:

READ THIS for rent 2 people to rent'place opt"for
summer quarter' choose other 2
Moving anytime between Now & Sept. roomates. yourself. only $60.00 call 373-
let us rent your house or opt at no cost. b. .
0258 ( 3t 11B-p)
Rm United Real Estate 377-6992 (b."-I15-p)
furnished I-or apt pool & parking rr
Wanted mole or female to live in nice facilities.sewage t hot woter Included.
Reg.ncy Oaks opt Own room 103 per located near campus. available on or
month 'I-3 utilities Pool,sauna, tennis about may I I. coll 373-3870 (I b-lt-118-p)
court.: Coll 377-0176) (b-S'116-p) 3 bdrm 2 bth mobile homo on shady

ROOM FOR RENT In 4 bedroom house In local) !lokefront( lot fully furnished, o-C
i NE sec. fenced yard pets ok. air cond rent $180 or sale 378-44It (b-v-IISp)

.rrl'S-' -- ,It washer + dryer$80 plus Vt ut call gory RECESSION SPECIAL 4 BR House, AC,
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377-5325 after 5 ((1)-51-I15-p) Small Yard 10 min bike ride to compu!
3:30 5:30: voiloble June 20 $200 p-month 373-9
7:30: 9:30American PG HOMIHUMTBS' 906 (bSII9-p)

We con help you find o home quiet conservative roommates wonted
apartment,mobile homo,or to shore op). 49.75 month and shore
The rMflimate the eery w.ylOUR utilities, Summit House opts close to
Him University 378-7676 In evenings. (b-Sf.118p -
HI IS WUNOABttJOaiMfOGBM .
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,TllealMondayandTuesday Comfortable home on 7 acres, at end of
REALTOR 404 SW 4th Ave dirt rood, bike to doss lots of trees +
Open 7 Days nl 7:00 377-oTOO flowers No 1 lease,own room $46 month,

only at 2 and 8 P.M. -' furnished. Mellow students only please.
373-9361 after 6 Benle| (b5t-118-p) t4jIrA

female graduate student own room In
large, comfortable a-c house with law S
o graduate students-one, block to norman
hall.377.1597 (b-St-I IIBp)
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Curly PdfnlanentX3772643 SUMMER SUBLET Pi West 1 bdrm opt,
dishwshr,grbg disposal close to campus
overlooks pool 392.1975 day 378-0838
night (b-St.1t8-p)
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WANTED 'ni

\ THERE'S MORE I or 2 serious students to share room in i
bedroom townhouse near med center.
.: / TO SEE WITH furnished, dishwasher, air-conditioned,
"Exciting, I. etc. around $70.mo + '/. utilities. Move
stimulating, inn, september.call Steve or scott after 5ot3778229
CABLE TV '
beautifully made. Topolis (cStlUp) 1 I

outstanding In a top- One lonely red.ear pet .turtle' desires
'flight cast." .4r fJ. companionship of another "If you hove
one or more you'd like to sell, call 392-
Frances Taylor I TV Channels, A weatnsr 7617 osk for Karen (c.5t.)114.p)
Newhouse NewspapersBrecht's channel, UPI News, New York roommate nended mature roommate
Stock Exchange, 2 FM stations wanted to she" 2 br opt at vizcaya own
TV Channels, and 9 FM and 4 AM room call 377.6294 or 378-2651 if no
Stations the FM band.UNIVERSITY .
answer_ (e 5t 116 p) _

CITY GOLD & SILVER Top prices paid tor class
TELEVISION CABLE CO. INC. rings old jewelry, etc. confidential, Coll
'Galileo' is
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Wonted married couple husband to dc 1970 Barracuda 318 cu 1n3' speed ofat n I COED facial hair removed permanently "Now accepting applications for male Silver men'i SEIKO watch' lost CPA'* learn how to prepare for
maintenance work In exchange I floor good mech shape nice looking.1 17, ,' Call Edmund, Dwyer. conservative summer camp counselors Monday March 31, In men'I locker room the CPA Exam BECKER CPA REVIEW
apartment Call 376-9668.. 9 to 5. (e-frH6 mpg asking $1000. 379-0681 (g-51.114- electrologlst, over 20 years experience at Pinewood for boys and girls In Flo Gym Reword Phone 392-8863 COURSE Call collect ((305 522-0009.
> p) Call 3728039 (|fr-107-c) Hendersonville. NC Write P.O. Box .Student (I-5t-115-p) ((904)) 353-0651 ((305)) 3732592.. ((813))

Aides wonted S1;MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL. Volvo 1969 Excellent Running condition 4585 Normandy Branch, Miami Beach, FOUND Block leather key case Sat on 238-2681 (msr-118-p) *. _
SCHOOL call between 9:00.12:00 I Body'need some wqrkl: .$600 or BEST Wedding) Invitations from $11.40 per flo. 33141 (|-fr.116-p) Flavel Parking lot Call Bill 392-8421. it(I5t !I- Tutoring in bosl4' moth calculus,
k Monday through Friday for on Interview. offer. 377.2779 after 6pm'oiw.elleneftl' 100:,Two week delivery, Hundreds of i flew --Arrival' WMt4'JStbg'5p.edo .gy Call
4315 N.W. 23rd Avenue 376-1771 (e5t- (g5t117p) styles.3769951.Cliff Hall.fr.105-c Printing 1103.N. Main bathing suits. Safari shorts ,t pants. lOST: BroWn corduroy(ocket. weft fed Don ot 377-41S81,,|m-5t-1NMEUCIRCXYSIS ) ,
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118-p) 1973 Vega excellent condition' fully Bookpock Join the Unlv of fla. hiking trim and pocket lost In well holt If By appointment; tome
equipped with air cond automatic radio I FREE ROOM and BOARD' for LIBERAL club. Allen Aquatic t Trail Center 3448 found call Wendy 378-2870 after 5pm evenings available Mr*. J.N. /Karp,
GT equipment call anytime 3775215 FEMALE cooking housekeeping duties West Unlv Ave 373-9233 (|.fr-116-c) (!3ttl8-p l ) registered electrologist. Phone: 376-.
total $1900.00 5t. call 378-2861 anytime (|5t114-p) 5673. (m.101.111-p)
price (g- 116-p) SF qualified? Reserve A team wants XO lost-Irish tetter female. 1010"| hot
Business 1969 fiat spyder 60000 negotiable must KARATE LESSONS call 376-3957 after 7 pm (|I-St-1 116-p) leather collar, maybe choke chain man GRE PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 18
Student.: sell good condition call in mornings 373- Small Classes $25 per man who called thurs, please call bock) 376- hours $35, court repreotoWe free
3011 (g-IQt.lll-p) 1215 NW 5th Av. (off 13th St') Man thru OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, Europe, S. 6103 reword ('I5ttl8-p) Score 1000 by the second: try .or your

Beta application ---j- 1972 Honda 450, helmet, many extroi, Sot even 7'09378-7131 ()-2ot-IQB-p) America occupations Africa. Students$700'to $3000 all professionsand mon'hly.bpen..s LOST: one pocket. calculator tail seen In money. back. Call ((305)) 854-7466. (J-8T-
great hope, $750 372-8240. (Ig.31.117. overtime, the vicinity of the plaza No questions'asked. 99 P)
paid sightseeing
P) $25.00 Reword for a men's brown wallet. Calculator useless without cord
I
Free Information. TRANSWORLD
lost April 12. Belong to Donald Mimms,
1964 CORVETTE coupe beautiful inside Please call 378-3743 anytime. (|.3t.117- RESEARCH Dept. Go.. Box 603 Corte reword PHONE: 392-8010 (t t-21-118-p I )
HONOR and out. Must tee.to appreciate! 377. Pj) Madero, Calif 94925 (|.101.118-p) -
1150 (g-51.118-p) SERVICES
Arten Women In Bus. Ad: 2-$150
are due before May 1, 1975 1968 Ford ltd, wagon air condo A.M.R. have own belrr ; 'In 2 bdrm 'trailer scholarships available for '75-76 LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 20 WiMIKE'S
odio power windows and seats excellent located on I acre lot 17 mi west of g'ville sponsored by the PCT foundation. To hours, $70. Half of our student scored
Inquire at 221 'Matherly Hall shape $945 call 392-8239 John $55 per mo. call glenda 376-4446 8-4 or apply call 377-8504 by ,the 25th (11.-j over 600. Course repeatable free. 70 pt
- -- anytime (g&IIBp! ) 472-2870 after 5'00 female (|-fr.118.p) 118-p]) improvement by the second try or yourmon.y
bock. Attend first class free, no
Energy Consciousness Week is here;
r 00f1 is Leon Monday, Gary Snyder, Allen Ginsberg obligation. Call ((305)) 8547466. (m8T
Why Michael, McClure will be attending 99-P)
TYPEWRITER classes Art Marshall Environmentalist TYPING, EDITING Theses. Dissertations
Redbonecoming free lecture hall No. 7 Rm. C1.II; Term Papers experienced typist Bookstore Pipes
PROBLEMS? Communicate Bldg. Health. Center (|.2t- ma In english: ibm selectric phone Tobacco ShopDowntown
toGainesville 118-c) 378-0547 (m.201.107-p)

t t "Tennis Instructor applicants need HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY 'il6$.E 'let. M.f..t
\ We'v6 got all the answers ? good background In playing and AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL Sat ..6
.SalesServiceSupplieslease teaching Salary averaging $150 $300 ABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICSLearn
; per week. Coll ((703)) 548-2064 or send .hypnosis 373-3059 Donald (.
MIAMI-LUXEMBOURG resume 'to: 203 South Union Street... Prott.Cert,fed AAEH (m-4Ot-86-fL.) .
Alexandria VA. 22314" (j-*r.I 118-p) Gainesvillelargest
Leaving June 12 SLEEPY HOLLOW horse form huntseat
ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS very beautiful, okc registered 2 yr. old In'ruction-beginnlng and advanced
indoor
Returning Sept 11 black and tan mole german shepherd levelsdressageexcetlon/ boarding .
1 SYSTEMS $389.00 per person needs female to mole call lorry 377- facilities, -'trails 4 /ing 373-1059 (m.I ft. Flea Market
8087 (|-5t.116-p)
For Reservation! only 377-7111 111-p)
724 'N. Main 373-3359 SCUBA CLASS starts April 27 toil
11I i 'HOLBROOK( TRAVEL LOST & FOUNDLOST equipment provided including mask,

German Shepherd female puppy. fins, snorkle. B.C., tanks, regulators, full
I 10 wks Gray silver with black nose wetsuts, textbook, nil air and mternot .
** * * * * * * * * *, Wearing brown collar$15 Reword Call ,onol certification' with five open
3929616 or 372-9446 (McDonald's. water dives Cost $35 nbsolutely no
Hamburgers) ((1-5t-117-pl I ) xltos. Call; SCUBA DYNAMICS for IcDaniefts
further information :J77 8096. Our new
REWARD! for return of brown large location is: 3009 N.E, 20th Way fm-.1 I It.
Florida Orchestra : frame prescription lens glasses lost near 1.1P1.! ) lea MarketSIDEWALK
: Syfnphonjr Hub: Coll Sharon 392.9609 (I I-St.116-p)
WIRED FOR SIGHT
"Th*Eyeplass Super Mart"
planning a wedding? UNIVERSITY: OPTICIANS,
'300 SW'th Ave. 38-4480
cat
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Will do typing in my home,call Lou 378-
7513. (m 3t 115-p) .

MICHAEL LONER TYPING SERVO + Experienced typists
Any moterlol IBM Selectric 24-hour SALE,
n esawble p iiree service Delivery. Call 462.2739. (m.101- .

: 115-p) New $149 Herculon Sleeper type

loblolly school, ages 6-12, exciting sofa now 9750. .
LEWISJewelryCompany alternative to public school ed. 20 $269 Queen size mattress and
iF F : students' 2 teachers. Application t Info'' springs now both $89.50 (from.
3 Beth Kent 373-3275 (m.5t.116-p) on box springs slightly damaged.)
CLASS RINGSDIAMONDS $169 Suite Now $99.50.
Dining
-jU TUTORING grades K-8 and PIANO
1 New $69 Chest of Drawer Now
LESSONS Any age $5.00 HOUR Certified
WATCH REPAIRS Teacher call Mrs.WHITE 377-5215. (m.5t- $39.50.
iR R: 116-p) We have new s1>lec. Genuine
200W.UnivareityAva.
Bassett bedroom>suite made to
372-4106 Ride a horse at TAlL OAKS STABLE $3.00 sell for approximately $750 now
.an hour miles of trails also boarding 495--: $595,

2240 (m-v-102-p) New Walnut coffee C end tablet,

iE E : HHOTGRAPHS-outdoor portraits for any $5.95.
, occasion Also cute candid photograph Cosh or terms os low os $5 per
of children call after 5pm (Jim 3785844m5t month No down payment
( .117-p) required.
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E Thete Jg a e Scuba classes starting' opril 29 all FURNITURE CITY USA.
equipment provided sales. service, GAINESVILLE SHOPPING
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Wild Kingdom on TV) Aliens Aquatic ft
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joy The and Lady sorrow Gator as they tennis finished team felt'alternate ONLY DEBBIE DUNKIN lost her singles usually Rollins top seed and fought. hard but
season over the weekend. their regular match for UFo while the No. I doubles team of lost, 7.5 6-4. '

10. '\ TaSJ0y came Acker and freshman Barbara Black bowed to Nancy Yeargin, Connie Peters, ,Bcv
8t: i where Friday afternoon in. the rn Seminole team of Schweppe and Buckley, and Ann Flint all won singles vic
]1" Florida State t they easily defeated i Hayworth, 6-4 6-4. tories for Rollins.
"' ,
:" < University, 7-2,
to boast their
; season record to 62. Rollins College, the nemisis of the Lady Wert and Buckley, one of the top doubles
Gators, rolled onto the courts and swept all combinations in ,the country according to

TilE SORROW FOLLOWED but one match Saturday. Whiddon, easily defeated the Gator' No. I
in the form of the next day Only top-seeded Acker could manage, a1'infor" team'of .Acker and, Black, '6-2, 6-2.: '"
t ,handed powerful.Rollins College who + UF'as' ,she ,downed Rollins*, Linda
.....'4\. final the Lady Gators'an 8-1 loss and a Wert 7-6, 61. OF THE THREE losses on the Lady
;':" ; ,; .. In the season Tallahassee record of 63. "We knew they would be strong. We just Gator's record, two are scan left by Rollins.
J.t.
matchup: UF was led by didn't play exceptionally .well, and to beat The third loss was to Miami.
,. top-seeded Judy Acker who downed opponent Rollins College we would have had to," said The top four players on the team will
Janet
JUDY ACKER Hayworth 7.5 63. Lady Gator Coach Sue Whiddon disappointed participate in the National Collegiate Tennis
I lone win vs. RollinsMerrick. in Una Keyes, seeded No. 2, had no problem after the loss. Tournament to be held June 15-22 in
r downing FSU's Sally Schweppe. 6.1. 63. KEYES TOOK ON tough Raynie Fox Kalamazoo, Mich.




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ByKICKADELMANAssistant "DON RAN A GOOD race and 1 don't f, ..tSF, M....
Sports Editor want to take anything away from him but 1 ;.'.....'
don't think I was two tenths of a second \Jl, .\;'.''. ...
"And next we have a barn-burner" announced behind him." -in"..... ....". ;
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UF head coach Jimmy Carnes over Harris hoped to even the score in the 220- \ AM

the P.A. system at the Percy Beard track as yard dash but Merrick scratched from the ........ .-; -- I
Don Merrick and Stanley Harris prepared for race and Harris nipped teammate Beaufort photo by andy newman
(the Florida Invitational's featured race, the Brown by one tenth of a second. The winning STANLEY HARRIS GETS A GOOD START DURING GATOR WORKOUT I
100-yard dash. time was 21.6 seconds. .but was beaten out of blocks Saturday by Merrick
Carnes was right. The race was a barn- UF spring Coach Ben Vaughan, on the
burner, but it was UF's Harris who got comeback trail after an Achilles tendon couple of things 1 can be competitive in a third in the Shot put behind Miami Dade
!slightly singed. injury drew shouts of encouragement from couple of months." South's C.A. Hill and UF's Mark Schrader
THE SOFT-SPOKEN GATOR speedstergot supporters when he ran a leg on the Florida TWO OF THE GATOR'S intermediate who won, with a toss of 50'4'/i".
off to a bad start and despite a late surgewas Track Club's (FTC) mile relay squad. hurdlers had outstanding weekends, althoughnot Jim Stites threw the javelin 222'10" and
edged out' by Florida State-bound VAUGHAN'S'TIME for the 440 yards was in the same meet. Ellis Miller cleared 6'8" for first place in the
Merrick the national junior college cham 50.3, not bad for a guy who was participatingin Gene Mock recorded a personal best of high jump. .
pion.Merrick his first competitive race since the 1972 53.6 seconds in winning the Invitational's 440
from Seminole Jr. college was Olympic Trials. intermediate hurdles and transfer Tom Senior Bill Hicks accounted for a Gator
clocked in a track record wind-aided time of "I'm pretty happy," said Vaughan the Doerr, competing in the Ohio Relays, clocked victory in the mile run when he overtook FTC
9.2 seconds while Harris and Gator Mike world's third ranked sprinter in 1971. "I've a personal best of 51.6 seconds in a trial head. member Barry Brown with a strong stretch
Sharpe tied for second in 9.4 seconds. been training fairly hard, running long Doerr's time is the fastest in the conferencethis drive and crossed the finish line in 4:09.7.In .
"There was some pressure on me but that distances and the leg hadn't bothered me. I season. The Gators were impressive in the the 880, FTC's Byron Dyce held otT Phil
didn't make any difference," Harris said. "I haven't pushed to the maximum yet so I don't Held events as they copped four first places. I Rolle of Miami, Dade South and broke the
just got otT to a bad start and you can't win know if the leg will hold up." SEC' CHAMPION BILL KOVACII heaved tape in 1:50.2.: Rolle was timed in 1:51.1: and
with a bad start." "I 1 think the ability is still there and if 1 do a the discus a winning I63'll" and finished UF's Noel Gray got third in 1:52.0.in : .



I UFnetters up SEC mark to 7-0. ..I.IB1


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KEITH CANNON doubt until late in doubles. the match. Huber and Van Minn eked out a 7-5 6-7, 7-6
Alligator Sports WriterA The two teams split the singles matches. UF gained victories victory against Diaz and Pressly. -
in No. 1 I. where Juan Diaz eased past Dan Huber 6-3.6- But the Gators took the final two doubles matches to ;

change of scenery this weekend didn't have any telling 4j; No. 4, where Chap Brown downed Tracy Delatte 7-6 6-3; preserve their undefeated SEC dual match record.: In the No.
effect on the record of the UF men's tennis team. and No. 6, where Jim Oescher beat Scott LeTellier 6-3 63. 2 match. Brown and Healy ripped Dunn and Delatte 6-3, 6-3.
The Gators boosted their record to 22-2, and 7-0 in the SEC TENNESSEE WON in Nos. 2,3, and 5 singles. UT's Paul And in the No. 3 match Kunnen and Oescher boosted their
with conference victories on the road at Tennessee ((5-4)) and Van Minn came from behind to gain a 4-6,7-5, 7-5 victory at personal record to 22-1 by beating Novacek and DeTellier 6-
}Kentucky (7.2)). the expense of UF's No. 2 man Dave Pressly. Gary Dunn '3, 6-2.
THE GATORS RETURN to action this afternoon at 2:30 at bested John Kunnen 6-2,6-4 in the No. 3 match, while Steve IT WAS A LITTLE easier, surprisingly, against Kentucky
University Courts to face South Florida.In Novacek downed UF freshman No. 5 player Richard Healy 7- Saturday afternoon in Lexington. K
a repeat of last year's score between the Vols and the 5. 64. Coach Bill Potter's squad handed the Wildcats a 7-2 loss
Gators, the match Friday in Knoxville was very much in A win in the No. 1 doubles match gave Tennessee a 4-3 lead their fourth of the year against 19 wins; A win was all but
,insured in the singles play where the Gators won four of six. .
Juan Diaz got past UK soph Scott Smith 6-4,5-7,7-5 in the
I .No. I match, and Dave Pressly came from behind to beat 1
I r Bean Hancock pave victory// Jamie Howell 4-6,6-3.7-5 in the No. 2 match. *
OTHER UF SINGLES wins came from Chap Brown in No. f
4. He won his 22nd match of the season against two losses by
BjPATMCGRATH "I feel like we played against the cream of the crop in .' beating Chet Allgood 7-5 6-3. Jim Oescher won his 24th
this tournament," said a happy Bishop.-"It was by far our
Writer straight match of the season with an easy 6-2, 6-4 handling of
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best golf of the year. Rob Wallace. ,
Teammates Andy Bean and Phil Hancock had to battlein WHAT AN understatement..The Gators; down by two For the second match in ,two days, UF was beaten in Nos. 3 t
sudden death'for the individual crown in the Houston strokes to Houston after the second round did not falter and 5 singles. Glenn Booth downed the Gators' John Kunnea
All-American Invitational tournament here Saturday when the weather turned wet and windy during the third 6-2 62. Richard Healy of UF lost to Steve Gilliam in No. 5
golf round, and as a rtsult they scored an 1158 total and ran
7.6 4-6 61.
play ,
but the team crown ,,went undisputed to the Gators who
away from the Cougars and two other would-be As it basin the last several matches, doubles
finished 18, strokes ahead of the field. Oklahoma State and strong play,by
challengers. Georgia. UF wiped out whatever hopes the held for a
opponents
Bean won, the sudden death.oq the Grstholeas.l. oh topCaters
ended with 72hol t< talspf fouFUnder f -p..+it'Jt4 on :'ArnizmgtyVbf i : 'theCat0r$ 1 16 grounds that counted. for the. comeback. Diaz and Pressly led off a doubles sweep with a 7-
the rain-soaked Atoscocita'Golf Club. t, : 'I.- ," team score the highest wasa three-over-par 75. 6,6-7,6-4 win against Smith and Gilliam in No. 1.
BUT THE BIG STORY was not the individual race. This Thursday the Gators Will leave for Statesboro. pa., The No. 2 match was literally as close as you could ask for.
Rather it was the team title that the Gators were really and the Chris Schenkle Invitational where they will square Healy and Brown emerged from a real nail-biter with Boot''
,after, and they got' it by romping past highly regarded off against defending NCAA'champion' Wake Forest for and, Allgood with a 7-6. 6.7, 7-6 victory.
Houston with ease that nobody would ever have predicted. the first time since last fall. Kunnen and Oescher dispatched Wallace and Pursley 6-4,
6in the No. 3 match.



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, keys- UF split.. 9-3,8-7 CREDIT UNION,

It was a typical weekend for After John Chappell loaded then'took the lead in the fifth '
the Gator baseball team. the bases in the first inning of when Dave Duffner scored LECTURE \
PUBLIC SERVICE
In their 9.3 loss'on Friday Friday's: game on two walks after reaching on .a dropped ,
,. and 8-7 victory on Saturday at and a single, Wilkie Smith throw by UF first baseman. ." ,.
fo Auburn, the Gators suffered came on jn relief and alloweda J.B. Caldwell. ..
I, from some poor pitching' walke and a sacrifice fly for Wilkie Smith walked 'The State of the Economy; .

performances and a few key Auburn's first two runs. Duffner and Howard to open 'I ....... ,
defensive mistakes but the The Gators tied the gamein the seventh inning and then .. ''..
barters pounded out 24 hits the second on a two-run gave up a single to Steve Rea.
.. including: a three-run, 410- homer by Jim Joiner,and then Duffner scored easily, ,and II J
\ feet homer by Bob Zaleski. ,took a 3-2 lead in"the third Howard followed 'when Joel :
'SATURDAY'S victory when David Bowden drove Murrie's peg from left field PRESENTED BY
halted a 'seven game home John Cortese from was dropped at the plate by ( "
Southeastern ConferenceSEC second with a single to center Jim Shulock.Eric Hiller came
( )losing streak and raised field. ,in and gave up three more hitsas 5} D I Irving J. Goffman :
r. (
t Gators'. record to 16-16 three more runs scored to
overall and 3-8 in the SEC AUBURN came back 'in insure the Auburn victory. \
Mike McCarthy ((3is}) ex the bottom of the inning when Down 2-1 after three innings 't ,
pected'to start on Tuesday .Richie Howard drove home on Saturday',the Gators ? Chairman, ;
when the team returns to Mickey Miller with a single pieced together three singles ww+ I:
Perry Field for a 3:30 game off the glove of David and an Auburn error to take a .Q Dept. of Economics,

,...,.. against South Florida. Bowden. The War Eagles 3-2 lead in the fourth. 4 v
"f AFTER AUBURN .6, College l l of Business. ,
Bubble blown regained the lead with two
t runs on three hits in the fifth, I 'AdministrationTuesday
the Gators' Bob Zaleski, a

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to give a '
.' By ANDY COHEN :
Writer Auburn's Steve Rea tied ,.
Alligator Sports ... April 22,1975
4 the game with a two-run .
The UF Gators have a new defense this spring. It's called ,homer, but the Gators '
::
the"Bubble. And according to defensive co-ordinator Doug regained the two-run 'margin 7:30: pm
Knotts, if the Bubble\ is handled right, there's no way it can on Roger Holt's run-scoring
burst. double in the eight inning and Medical Sciences Building Auditorium
Knotts explains.that the Bubble enables middle guard an RBI single by Holt in the
Sammy Green to stand up and almost play in the position as ninth.
This is the first of a series of lectures the credit
UF Hiller
,former standout linebacker Glenn Cameron. Gator pitcher _Eric "
"IT ALMOST FORMS a bubble around the offense," walked two of his first three union will be sponsoring. If you have ideas for
Knotts said. "We'll have Green and one linebacker standing batters in the bottom of others, please contact the Treasurer.
behind five down linemen.. inning before Bruce Baker
It's no big secret what the key to Knott's defense next .came on in relief. Baker ---- -
!season.will be. He points his finger directly at Green and allowed one run to score on an
safely Wayne Fields for leadership. "If they can hold up the infield single,but struck Mike
defense each game we'll be in fine shape," said the Gator Miller for the final out with. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
coach. the winning run on base.
But right now Knotts is concerned about finding the right "I was hoping that we
people to fill some huge holes left,by last season's graduatingclass. could go up there and win two STUDENT COUNCIL

and then maybe beat Ten ...
Foremost in his mind is finding replacements for the All- nessee next week and get
Southeastern conference linebacking duo of Ralph Ortegaand something going," head
JGIcnn Cameron. coach Dave Fuller said. "We
Charlie Williams and Jimmy Stephens, two returning knew that if lost one we still .
lettermen from last year's squad, are the leading candidates. might figure (in the race for
'Charlie is reckless"Knotts said. "And Jimmy has delivered the SEC title) but it's a slim '
some*of the hardest licks I've ever seen in spring drills." might." April29,1975ELECTION.

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