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The hiring plan

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\". ""I..ni' women teaching at UF has widened by $473 a year after UF's
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According to figures in the affirmative action plan for the
1973-74 academic year and figures prepared by the Board of '
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'Crasing ,Regents for 1974.75, the average salary difference between
men. and women increased from $3,144.40 to $3.617.40.
UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson, chief affirmative
action officer said many women were newly hired
this year in assistant and associate professor ranks and this
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tnegdP ? may account for the,relatively lower-average salary. '
"WOMEN WHO were relatively well-paid as assistant
professors and moved up to associate professors may be
1 relatively low-paid now just because they are new in the
,of tA "
-- rank he said.
3 l, 6 "But I'm sure the people who stayed in place and the ones
promoted got a raise with the little money we had," Hanson

said.Dr.
< Dorothy Nevill interim affirmative action coordinator
; .; said, "I'm not surprised" at the differences in salaries. ,
"WE KNEW THERE was a bigger difference in salaries
this year when we did the regression equation,"she said.
The regression equation is a mathematical formula to
compute salaries. It includes dollar amounts to add in for
degree experience, rank number of years at UF and number
of years in rank.LENG'I'II .
; OF TIME in rank may also be a factor in the
large discrepancy of salaries within a particular rank, Nevill

said."We
made such a push for female assistant professorswhile
the number of associate and full professors (female)
stayed the same" she explained."A .
lot of salary information was funnelled to Sid Martin by
various bodies here at UF" Nevill said.
MARTIN, D-Hawthorne. has filed a bill in the Fla. House
Of Representatives requesting a $1 million appropriation to
equalize the salaries of faculty members in the State
University System. '

Gov. Reubin Askew recommended no pay raises in his
proposed 1975-76 budget but the legislature is still considering -
u,4 cost of living raises for state employes.
Women lost ground this year in terms of raises, too -'
women instructors averaged more than $1,000. less than 1973-
74 and female associate professors averaged $458 less than

last year. ,
THE NUMBERS of women increased in all faculty ranks
except instructor which decreased by one female but also lost
five males.In .
1973-74 about 10 per cent of UF's faculty was women.
This year that figure rose to approximately J 12 per cent.
p One of the problems frequently mentioned in the affirmative -
action plan is the selection of the departmental
affirmative action officers.,
In the current plan ,no criteria for that selection 'was
outlined; the selections were mainly on a volunteer basis.
IN SOME COLLEGES, the dean is the affirmative action
officer; in one college the dean's secretary is the officer.
Problems with the plan also arose when women refused to
file claims of discrimination with the departmental officers
-- photo by octy harper who,'in some. cases, were "the'same ones that shot you down
originally., Association for Women Faculty President Felicity
Trueblood said. '

r 'The problem facing UF next year is enforcing hiring goals ;
law med enrollment ; in a year,when the hiring freeze imposed last December by the
Woman 1 : ,. upL ,Board of Regents"will only be unfrozen in some cases to right
,e,' s' the imbalance caused by this year's freeze" Dr. Robert
Bryan interim vice president for academic affairs said.
$ five. per cent.
ByJOANNEKOUL" !
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THE IMBALANCE exists in vacant positions within
are the law board
Alligator Staff Writer More qualified women applicants taking
.;':: departments caused by resignations,'deaths, or transfers that
',,, exams than before Kates said. In addition, more women are
majoring in math and science: and are better preparedto .could not be tilled.
)T, Enrollment in UF's traditionally male Colleges of Law and courses
.Revenues in the state of Florida fell short of the estimationsthe
:Jin. Medicine is one area in while women made substantial gains take the Law School Aptitude Test (LS AT)she said.
budget'was based on. When the shortage became apparent -
.;CY3ti; )! last year. all state agencies were required to return a portion
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: Kates said she believes more are getting into law
women
$ According to Pat Dovell.. assistant UF registrar, the per- their'' unused budgets. -
school because consider law
they are beginning to a career as
r"j" centage of women accepted into the College of Medicine rose real 'possibility. UF met this challenge by cutting back expenses the
.:;'" five per cent from 16 per cent in the fall of 1973 to 21 per cent a required 10 per; cent and freezing all positions vacated by
'\ fall. resignation or death.
last Although women are usually the first ,to drop, out. Kates ,
HOWEVER, when Gov Reubin Askew's 1975-76 budgetwas
.\ ."./ MORE WOMEN are also enrolling UF's College of Law. said they are also more prone to fight.to' stay in law'school. : announced, the university system's share was almost
'.(. according, Joyce.Kates. assistant admissions' officer. This Many of the women ,that do cancel have financial problems, identical to the trimmed 1974.75 budget. .
fall 17 percent of students admitted untie law college were or are married and must relocate when their husbands are '
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women compared to 12 per cent last fall) Another increase of transferred. /Kates said. See 'Salaries. page ,seven


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I Thieu resigns in hopeless situation I




SAIGON (UPI -Nguyen Van Thieu resigned Monday as 21 of its 44 provinces, and had 150,000 men with tanks, '
President of South Vietnam blaming the military disasters rockets and artillery poised on three sides of Saigon Itself- tuesday/ 1'
that have lost three-fourths of his country on the U.S.: "The some within 20 miles of the capital.
Americans promised us-we trusted them." Military analysts said South Vietnam's battlefield positionappeared .
"If the Americans don't want to support us any more, let hopeless. /TcPsuIJ
them go, get out," Thieu said. "Let them ,forget their Fighting back tears, Thieu'read a letter he said had been
humanitarian promises." written in 1973 by then ,U.S.President Richard Nixon,
Thieu said his resignation opened the 'way to possiblenegotiations guaranteeing all necessary aid r South Vietnam to defend ; / nfifff ,-
for a ceasefire.In itself if Thieu would sign the Paris Peace agreements. N. Viets spreadfight
Paris, the provisional revolutionary government of the Thieu singled out Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. "I
Viet Cong greeted Thieu's resignations with a warning there never thought a man like Mr. Kissinger would deliver our
will be peace only if the Americans promptly,withdraw all people to sr.cn a disastrous fate," he said. into Laos
their military personnel and all members ofThieu's "clique"are

Thieu's removed resignation-54 from power. days short of 10 years as Fed judge will VIENTIANE (UPI>-North Vietnamese troops Monday
spearheaded new attacks on Highway,13, linking Vientiane
President-came at 8:40: P.M.At the moment, Viet Cong and
North Vietnamese forces held 75 per'cent of the country and and the Royal Laotian capital of Luang Prabang and Defense
see Fie Minister Sishouk Na Champassak said government forces are
prisonJACKSONVILLE in danger of losing control of the road. .
US evacuation Prime Minister Prince Souvanna Phouma sent an urgent
FLA. (UPI-A) Federal Judge said cable to the headquarters of pro-communist Pathet Lao
Monday he will visit the state's prisoner"reception and near the northeastern border with North Viietnam requesting
medical facility at Lake Butler Thursday and rule afterwardson orders be issued for the attackers to withdraw.The .
picks up speed a prisoners' suit to close the prison system to additional cable was addressed to Prince Souphanouvong,
inmates. Souvanna's half brother and titular leader of the Pathet Lao.
U.S. District Judge .Charles R. Scott made the announcement Sishouk said that if the communists do not withdraw it would
SAIGON (UPI-More than 1,000 Americans and Vietnamese of his visit during a hearing on the prisoners' pose a serious threat to the Peace agreement and cease-fire
left Vietnam Monday in a speeded-up U.S. airlift lawsuit in Federal court here. that has been generally observed since 1973
trying to stay ahead of the rapidly deteriorating military and It was the same suit that prompted Scott's first visit to Lake
political situation. Butler more than two years ago.Then he ordered the state to
Most of the evacuees were ferried by U.S. Air Force C141 ease overcrowding and provide adequate medical care for the US might give Thieu
Starlifter jets flying day and night to, Clark Air base in thePhilippines prisoners,but he did not order the prisons closed."I .
in the most intensified evacuation operation so imagine the situation there today is the same if not
far.One planeload of 100 Vietnamese flew to Guam,and was worse/'Scott said Monday, "I think it's time for this court to exile if he wants
given permission to go on to the U.S. go again and observe the conditions as they'exist this week." ,
In the Philippines, ambulances met several flights to take After his visit Thursday, Scott has promised consider
off sick, pregnant, elderly and infirm passengers. Most prisoner lawyer Tobias Simon's request to close down the WASHINGTON (UPI-A) State Department spokesmansaid
passengers seemed in good health, although some were prison system to additional inmates. Monday any request by former South Vietnamese
weeping.Many thanked the Americans for getting them out. Two years ago when Scott ordered the state to provide President Nguyen Van Thieu for asylum in the U.S. would' be
The airlift schedule called for less than 2,000 Americans' adequate medical care for 10,500 prisoners, the situation was considered with "sympathy." ,
and their dependents-most of them Vietnamese-to be in described as a 12,748 and by year's end could reach 17,000. "The question has not arisen. If a request is made, we
war-threatened. captial by Tuesday morning, and most of "It's just unbelievable to me..absolutely startling," Scott obviously would look on it with sympathy. This.is a man we
them should be out of the country soon after. said of the growth. have t been: associated with for many years." ,

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,EDUCATIONAL'; 'EXPERIENCES 378-1588 DRUG_ UNLIMITED STORE.,' "'" ,> Act" :: is for top administrators I



1 ART- ARCHAEOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY By STUART EMMRICH One area UF1 officials have said would be a problem is
,. \ Alligator,Staff WriterWhat paperwork and man-hours and codifying all the rules and
, Led and lectured by JI < procedures in one central place.
: state college faculty members MARSTON SAID he hoped the UF catalog which lists

,. May 9th GUATEMALA 10 UF administrators had feared would be a cripplingblow policies and rules would be accepted by the legislature as a
days to operation of the university.the,much maligned Administrative substitute for redoing all their procedural rules.
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'June 15th EUROPE 3-6 weeks Procedures Act (APA.may) only end up being a, Explaining his optimism for acceptance of the catalog.

mild irritant. : Marston said the legislators are "more,sympathetic these days

." .trave Professionals Inc ;'-. When the state universities were toN'If' b ary.that, for not doing stupid! things and repeating red:t fa r.e." -
L Counselors in Travel they'must conform the"APA, dire predictions of UF being The ,state universities, in .cooperation'' 'wIth"" 'ViendrixChandler
ground to a halt came out of Tigert Hall. ,corporate secretary of the regents have complied a
Domestic 377-1600 International 377.1616 UF ADMINISTRATORS were worried that the APA list of areas they feel should not be included in the APA and
80S N W 11th: Street Box 1226. Gainesville Florida 32601 would be interpreted to apply to all levels of university functions should be clarified by the legislature.

including Student Government_ and all campus com AMONG THESE AREAS are student governments,
mittee meetings. '. particularly student judicial systems. .
But UF has since been assured ,by Regent Marshall l Harris Chandler said Monday, the amendments to the act had
that the APA was only intended to apply at the final action been given to the joint legislative committee handling the

STEED level which in most cases lies with UF President Robert,Q. APA. He said however that the legislation had not been
Marston. introduced in the house or senate yet.

Almost any action taken by UF has to be approved by Chandler said the major change suggested by the '

Marston. He ,is also the hearing officer for any appeals of universities would be to allow the State Department of
decisions made at lower levels. Education to establish "model rules" and determine if any

BECAUSE THE FINAL authority lies with Marston variences to the act should be granted to state schools.

Harris said the guidelines of the APA would only apply to CHANDLER SAID he was optimistic that the legislature
Marston's office.; would accept the amendments to the act.

But in cases where Marston delegates this final authority to Although the state schools were told in late February that '

another body, then the APA would apply there, Harris they must comply with the APA no definite changes have
taken place at UFo
said.Harris
was one to the drafters of the 1974 act, while he was UF At ty. Tom Biggs explained UF was still waiting for
still a state representative. some clarification of the APA by the legislature. He said final

MARSTON SAID he was relieved to hear Harris' interpretation compliance had to occur before Oct. IS or else the, UF rules
of the. act and asked for 'some assistance in will become invalid.

''making these areas clear ,to the legislature. Chandler said the regents were already in complete com
Harris agreed that a "sharpness of definition" was not in pliance with the APA, but explained the "complexity" involved

the act and would work with the legislature to clear up any"vague" in each of the schools complying required some

1430 SW 13th St 377-0718' areas direction from the legislature. '



Heated debate precedes runoffsBy I


LESLIE GOLAY Action Party traffic court chief justice candidate Sue

Alligator Staff Writer Connelly was vigorously questioned about her qualifications

MON. 8.10'pm Inter-party politics and questions concerning individual since she was just recently appointed by Merryday to two

r integrity became the topics of a noon plaza debate Monday Traffic Court committees, replacing Grimes in one of the
FREE BEER & WINE
( ; between candidates for Student Government offices. appointments.

Girls: Free Guys: $2.00 The debate between' Action Party and Florida Student Connelly said she was running because she was concerned'with
Party became heated during the audience question and campus issues. '

TUES answer period when accusations and petty grievances flew. McADAM questioned about her party's involvementwith

GRAN SUPERSTARS COMPETITION ACTION PARTY treasurer candidate Caleb Grimes, was ,Florida Blue Key, an invitational leadership organizationon
questioned about his removal from the Parking and Transportation campus. She said, "I have never applied to Florida BlueKey

e ) Committee due to non-attendance, and I never intend to apply to Florida Blue Key."

WED Grimes answered, "The oposition (Fla. Student Party) is McAdam 'admitted that some of her campaign workerswere

running scared and are grasping at straws. It's true I did have Blue Key members.,
SORORITY FALLOON NIGHT, problems attending the meetings but I asked Mr. (Steve) Incumbent Treasurer Greg Sherman, Florida Student

50c cover, Merryday (Student Body President). to take me off the Party treasurer candidate, said, "I. don't think leadership is

Girls wear pins and committee. I was not removed. made ,of fabricated qualifications., Let's talk about
get
your ) Action Party presidential candidate Jim Eaton periodicallyasked qualifications and leadership. I have been involved in over,23
free wine coolers all night the candidates and the crowd of about 300 people to major areas of activities." .

THURS '. speak to the issues of "quality education" rather than Action Party vice presidential candidate, Dan Lobeck, said

IScMILLER DRAFTS ALL NIGHT "mudslinging." he wanted to work towards eliminating petty politics and
FLORIDA Student Party presidential candidate Alyce expanding career opportunities for students. "We cannot

1.00 COVER CHARGE McAdam said, "These are the issues and I'll answer to them.If solve anything if we do not try.. Students can hold us 'to our
this is what the students want to know about then I'll tell promises,after the election.
them.. The run-off election is scheduled for Wednesday.




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MIKE WORRALL, former I I YOU'RE VOTING TOMORROW,, =
GRO Honor Court chancellor
candidate said he will be I PLEASE READ TH IS TODAY; I
campaigning for Jim Eaton
and presidential'and Dan Lobeck Action Party vice] I Our opponents say we won't make campaign prom ises.:They'rewrong. I
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presidential, candidates. I The truth is we won't prom ise things that can't be done.. Obviously t they will =

Thompson said. "Alyceand want hold them to theircampaign promises. But there's
Bubba have not come I .They say they youto I
from the mainstream of the I nothing there to hold on to!
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bring circus not and just 1 believe new faces they will but M'." .7 t FSP proposals are specific realistic, and they will//be done! I

new voices with them. I .
I The basic structure of SG will be changed via a binding vote. The end of one of SG's II
"I believe Alyce has the major problems. '
courage energy and integrity I Voting procedures will be changed to allow voting over several days through a computer I .
to represent students on this I card method, used successfully by many Florida junior colleges.
campus each and every day All students, part 9 Our opponents, say they will lobby for your. We already have and will continue. Alyce I
with impartial wisdom and I McAdam is a registered lobbyist and has worked on education and human rights for over a I
that.lements she will of this represent campus all I and full time can year. She'll fight tuition hikesunlike Steve Merryday who supports higher tuition as well as I

dispassionately." he added. I vote. To k your our 9 The opponents.Turnpike Toll Discount program, established by- Greg Sherman, will be expanded. I

Worrall said he feels both I picture ID and 9 The campus bus system will be expanded to Include Archer Rood and 34th Street, a
presidential candidates are program begun in On Ofy-rang/ewood/ by Bob Lindgren. I
qualified, "but since the I your fee card. 9 We will publish the state audit of SG. You'll know where your J2.5 million went
overwhelming support from I Presently there are no limits on campaign spending. The old ones were repealed by the I
the students was for the Action-Impact clique, through a bill written by Steve Merryday. We will establish,limits. SG
Action and
Party I offices won't be sold to the highest ,bidder. I
because Action Party won the
majority of senate seats, I I .
think they should ,have the I It's.time for honest reform of SG. And it must be accomplished by honest t students.No I

. opportunity having a split to govern executive without and more back-room deals for political support. No more trumped-up ,qualifications I
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legislative branch. I from un-q alified candidates. I

Thompson said he is only I

endorsing presidential Florida and Student vice I We want honest representation and in Tallahassee! We think,you do. too. I

presidential candidates and But we're behind. And we need your help. Please. I
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By LESLIE GOLAY Honor Court function more informally under administrative ... L r r'S
Alligator Staff Writer procedures rather than criminal procedures. LORI
Forty newly elected student senators,will not be seated at The proposed Honor Court Rules of Procedure could not be CALDWELL % '
tonight's senate meeting because of Florida Student party, discussed at last week's Senate meeting because only 26 present
according Student Senate President Kevin Malone. senators attended the meeting and a quorum of 40 was
Malone said, Florida: Student party was "very adamant" in needed. senators liikI!
their protests because they,wanted to wait until after the run The .revocation of the Florida Rifle Organization's charteris
must attend >
off elections so the new president or treasurer can have the scheduled to come up for a first reading. The revocation is
power to veto what the president of the senate passes. being discussed because the, constitution ,has "gross
This means that the present,senators, whose terms will end discriminatory wording and dirt tconflictwith financialaccountability'according ,
when the new senators to'.the" 'bm '. "',
are seated, must still attend the ;, proposing the rI
meeting, according to Lori Caldwell, student body vice revocation of the organization's charter .
president. The Senate is also scheduled to vote on the second and final
Forty senators must attend the senate meeting tonight reading of the Course and Teacher Evaluation Budget
before the proposed Honor Court Rules of Procedure can Amendment which would transfer S70 from the course and
come up.for first reading.The new procedures, as drafted by teacher evaluation supplies to the course and teacher
Student Body President Steve Merryday, would make the evaluation transportation funds. '


I Confident Williams. predicts no more budget- cuts .1


By DEBBIE IBERT Gov. Reubin Askew's 1975-76 budget of$4.5 billion cuts "Estimates of state income will not be going down. All
J -Alligator Staff Writer general revenue spending by $278 million from last year's figures indicate that revenue, projections are sound and will
level, because monthy tallies of state tax revenues showed not be getting any worse" Alsobrook said.
serious. declines in state income. .If the figures for March sales tax revenues had gone below
Further cuts in this and next year's budgets will not be Askew had, warned that his proposed budget might be estimates,,state agencies would be facing even more budget
necessary. Lt. Gov.Jim Williams said Monday because state further reduced if the "revenue crisis" continued. 'The state' cuts'than recommended by Askew's proposed budget, he ,
revenue income is finally catching up to revenue projections."The receives: the bulk of it's income from levying sales taxes. added.
general economic outlook underlying the revenue Although sales tax revenue through March 31-which Ernie Litz legislative aide,for Senate Education Chairman
forecasts made iu January has not changed substantially," totalled $893.8 million-is about $200,000 over the revenue Robert Graham said a strong tourist season "inflated" the
Williams, who is also Secretary of Administration said "In forecasts,it doesn't mean the state's income is going up. sales tax receipts: for March and"we can't assume the figures
fact after reviewing the revenue reports through March we BECAUSE SALES TAXES have been as much as $S will keep going up."
have a great deal more confidence in our estimates," he million below estimations for this fiscal year, the March Litz warned againt "false optimism" regarding the im
added. improvement will not have the effect of raising state income proved revenue figures and said the dollars available for
EVERY YEAR, the state makes up a budget based on said AI Alsobrook, legislative assistant for Senate Ways and education will be "roughly the same". as estimated when
projections of what next year's revenue income will be. Means Committee Chairman Bob Saunders. Askew drew up his budget.NewOffice .

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BRIAN JONES pointed i i{Gov, Reubin Askew in January after he actively appeared to quiz Harris "on some managementtype"questions
although "it )is unusual for, Barron to participate"in
Alligator Staff Writer sought the post.
Litz said.
Regent Marshall Harris was unanimously confirmed by the ERNIE LITZ,legislative assistant for education Chairman confirmation hearings
Utz, Harris singled out UF on several issues
Florida Senate Education Committee after 'two hours of Robert Graham D-Miami Lakes, said the senators "asked According to Robert
questioning Monday night. some pretty tough questions" but Harris "seemed con and praised Business College Dean Lanzilotti for workon
Harris, who has already jumped into the eye of controversyin fident." a faculty management program.
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Hanson to visit the UF.car-pus often to keep in touch with

Sue. Tallman. wife of a UF assistant English formation officer said police received a report of a shooting at campus issues. Utz said
professor was charged with murder Monday in connectionwith 800 E. University Ave. at 3:32: p.m. Before seeking appoin >the regents' Harris served in
the shooting death of 29-year-old Madeline Darte Gerard said "Tallman shot and seriously injured Meanwell., the Florida House of Repi Mtntatives for eight years.
Meanwell., after an argument erupted between the two women." As House Appropriations Committee'chairman last year,'
The 31-year-old wife of Dr. Richard Tallman 1800 NW 4 Meanwell was taken to Alachua General Hospital Harris initiated the widely.publicized "enrollment padding"
St., was placed under sedation at Alachua General Hospital emergency room where she died, according to Gerard. controversy which after a state audit failed to turn up
after turning herself in to police following the shooting. By Monday evening police had still not determined why the significant purposeful enrollment figure inflation by the
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UF SALARY RAISES
from page one) Mill be conducted according to affirmative action guidelines.
However, the number of persons hired will not meet the 1973.740 197+75
To meet this.budget,,89 positions totalling $1.5 million in goals of the affirmative action plan. When departments were
salaries were designated as unfillable for next year. asked to estimate the number of vacant positions and the PROFESSORS 1973-74 1974-75
Interim appointments of faculty members were terminatedas number of women they might hire, the goals were based on MALES $22,007 $22,665
of June of which a large number were women. being able to hire to fill all those vacancies. FEMALES $18,918 $19,869
OF1' THE 19 faculty members whose contracts involuntarily INCREASE +$858 mole
were Tenure tor women is another area of deficiency-only 12
terminated, five were women, about 24 per cent. per cent of the tenured UF faculty is female, compared with t- +$951 female .
Bran has announced any hiring that takes place next year 14 per cent in the university ystem.I' .. a .
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Former Watergate Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski will and the UFJaw school,according to Assistant Dean Bunch -.$458 female
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Cleveland as wild and uncultivated. -

But Montana proved earlier this month it may

be far more civilized than anyone is willing to giveit '
credit for, at least in the area of student rights. I
The frontier state's legislature became the nation's

first to pass 'a bill permitting; students. to,1 participate ,

in faculty collective bargaining. fl flv
Although other states have permitted studentsto

observe or participate in faculty bargaining

sessions, their participation ''has come only after >
the approval of the college and the faculty union.

Montana is the first state to give sanction under

law to such participation.This .
is an important step is collective

bargaining. The Florida Legislature passed a

public employe collective bargaining bill almost a

year ago, but no provisions were made for student
participation. Only now the issue of graduate

assistant participation is being given con-

sideration, and graduate assistants are employedby
the state.
We believe all students throughout the State

University System should have input into the Unmarried women stigmatizedHave I

collective bargaining process.. The reasons, to
explain the importance of participation are three you ever run into an old high school buddy and been meaning relatives can be twice as hard on a woman after her
asked, "Why aren't you married?" As a single woman, I've divorce as they were before she married.
fold.First, from a strictly monetary standpoint if heard that 'question many times. "COME TO DINNER with us Saturday night, honey. You
The single woman has long been an object of derision in our need to get out. You must be dying of loneliness. We've
faculties get pay increases, the money to pay for invited the filler from work. He's
society. For example an unmarried man is a' swinging Harry, fire-extinguisher just
them has to come from somewhere. Knowing the bachelor; an unmarried woman, is an old maid. A divorced fascinating -'now don't be picky, just because be has a
legislature, the likely source will be tuition in- man is simply divorced, while the label "divorce" has the par lobotomy. You'll get along just fine," say the con-
creases. Students in the SUS are getting fewer connotation "scarlet woman." cerned relatives.
services for more money as it is.. Another tuition AS IF THE LABELS weren't bad enough, there's always The same thing happens after you break' off a long-term
'your concerned Aunt Millie asking, "When are you going to relationship with a man. Offers of blind dates pour in from
increase without in it
representation deciding on give me grandchildren?" as if she wanted a new Angora all sides. Everybody,wants you to get involved with someonenew
would be another setback for students. sweater. Meanwhile parents are clucking "You need ,as if this is a panacea for all your ills.
Second, tenure is another issue which collective someone to take care of you," as 'if you still aren't old enoughto After a divorce, or a breakup, a woman has plenty to occupy
bargaining is designed to.decide.' students don't cross the street;' 4 her thoughts besides the subject of a new husband or
have a say in tenure decisions, the universities will lover. Often, she can us the interim period as a breathing
spell. .
be missing an important resource in determiningwhat IT'S IMPORTANT for a woman to have free time and
kind of faculty the student body needs. JANIS MARA space to look 'at herself and define herself as a person,
Third, and perhaps most important, how are [ ] separate from a husband or lover.
students to express any other views which they feel L OPINIONDespite When I was involved in a long-term relationship with a
are important? man, we were constantly together. He occupied so much of
attention, it natural that he of
my was occupied most my
Points of mutual interest between faculty and
thoughts as well. That's a lot of energy to put into another
students include on-campus parking grievance, what your parents,say, marriage is no guarantee of person.
procedures and faculty cutbacks, as well as increases financial security. One out of every eight families is headedby When I broke up with him and came to Gainesville, I
in teaching loads and graduate research a woman. The majority ,of women work because of realized that a lot of things had happened tome in three years
workloads. economic need. In many cases women work to raise their that I hadn't even had time to'think about. I'm still trying to
families above the poverty level, according to the U.S. catch up.RIGHT.
The. Montana bill
student
"permits a
Department of Labor.Is NOW, FOR the first time I'm beginning to
representative to observe negotiations as a marriage really the only source of "fulfillment" for discover myself, and it's a full-lime job. For the first time in
member of the university! collective bargainingteam women? A traditional marriage in which the male makes the my life,Janis comes first in my priorities. 'True,it's lonely and
to participate in caucuses of that team, to major decisions can be totally stifling to a woman's personal sometimes insecure to have only myself to rely on. But h's
meet and confer with representatives of both sides development.A great to know I'm in control. '
before a contract is ratifies." FRIEND OF mine told 'me, "When my husband was For example, when I'm badly upset over something' ;there'san
stationed overseas, I had to grow up for the first time. Therewas awful moment'when I realize there is no one, not one
Obviously, confidentiality must be maintainedto no one around to make the decisions, to do things around person who I can call for help. But once I realize this, the
prevent planning meetings from turning Into the house.! had to learn to be independent to do things for pain can't get any worse, and it finally goes away: I handle
public circuses, but if no student has any input in myself." .the situation because I have to. '
But society still pressures women to get married with all the ,. The challenges be minor,
the planning, students will again be left out of an : may frightening, the triumphs
important decision-making process which will Falls.If force.of a raging torrent carrying a tiny raft towards Niagara but they are mine alone. I bear the responsibility for icy
defeats, and my successes. This May not be the only road to
have great impact of the entire state system. a marriage doesn't work out, the
to
pressure remarry liberation; it may not be a road at all., But I'm trusting my
Representatives of the two major Montana begins before the ink is dry on the divorce papers. Well- feelings, and it feels like I'm on my way.
faculty unions-the American Federation of
Teachers and the American Association of -
University Professors-testified in favor of the Ron Cunningham David Klein
The
Independent Edttor.n.Chiel| Managing Editor'
Montana bill.

The American Association of University Florida Alligator ""SKSTXSKT: ,
Professors-Florida expressed their approval of the __
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Florida-has not taken a formal position "
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student input. Mrs. Evelyn a.st .. ...f ?.....,........... ..... ... ....Administrative Aullfant} I Published ,by
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election, the Florida: Legislature should draft a bill Roy McGee Jr. . .R;.. ; . .. . . ... .. ,.. .. .Adverting Station. Comesvtlle. Florida with,
similar to the Montana statute to allow student Donna Lubrano/;. . .: . . . . . .. . Advertising Coordinator Manager offices behind the College Inn.
hey Harper . .... . . . .. . ., .. .Special Sections Coordinator 1738 West University,Avenue,
participation. Lynda Homier . . . . . .... .Advertising production Business Off/ ice phone: 376-4446.
Montana has explored the frontier of student .Lynn Sokler . .., . . . . '. ., .Editorial Production Manager Editor)Department; 376-4458. .
participation. Let's hope ,Florida, is civilized Jim Esposito oJ. .'. .'. ,'. .'. '.' ,'. . .... ." .... Production ManagerEditorial Advertising and :Production'
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The Independent Florida Alligator,Tuesday.April 22,1 Ins. Page 9


I Protest coverage protested SG gets .bum



EDITOR As I was a student present at the SAC-IN for lack of
April
rally. But later, around I a.m., we set our major objectives for rap
I lion 1 the Plaza' of the Americas, I feel compelled to write the the protest movement.

following: But The Alligator editor will not escape the chopping block,
In rebuke of The Alligator coverage of the SAC IN, I either. I Recently/we have read many'editorials against the, rodeo service

submit these corrections to the story which appeared April 14. tuition hike appearing in The Alligator However, when.w*
The first paragraph is in total error. It said the films and attempted to solicit The Alligator's ,help in building up the EDITOR Howard'O'Neal made some disparaging

music,were not given,..as,promised..}I ask your staff writers ;.. aJ1yv got 4xcoluran, ','of, page 17. Wow thanks Mr. comments about Student Government in the April 18 issue
where was she from..J0p.m.,until midnight when the movie ,!\ 'A11Ig toe."' of The Alligator in reference to the recent rodeo. SG is

was shown? (Hopefully she wasn't off to Dub's while we were I had said that night we need the press .to amplify our getting a bum rap as per the following observations.

trying to dramatize,the effects that the cutbacks will have plight, which is to make the average student fully aware of) REGARDING SG involvement in sponsoring the rodeo
upon HER education.) In fact, I was the person who secured how the cutbacks will directly affect his or her,education.Well their involvement was minimal, to the tune of$200. The
and operated the film sequence of the evening. now I have second thoughts.' ,Sincr The Alligator is members of the UP Rodeo Club were responsible for
Not all Students Against Cutbacks members refused to obviously a two-faced newspaper.content on reporting Scott planning and .conducting the rodeo. '
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give their,names. In actuality, myself and many others saw her Camil's daily habits, instead of representing student's views On the matter of the ambulance,' there was no breakdown
write our names in her little reporting book. (for which they receive money to continue operating), we in the planning function. We had made what we -
THE ONLY MEMBERS who refused to give their names"* (SAC) will have to spread the word alone! considered to be binding arrangements with the AlachuaCounty

were Iranian members of the protest movement. They did so If the Alligator has got any character at all dare. .to see Amublance Service for a stand-by ambulance and
because of security reasons (which will not be dealt with here). this story in print. crew

I will give her some credit for one point. That is, there was John S.-Domenech. Just a tew minutes before, the performance began we
indeed indecision and disorganization at the beginning of the .4 FRC called them only to be notified that they had been unableto

get a crew together and there would be no ambulance
service. Instead, they said, there would be a man there
who would have a radio and who would be responsible

calling an ambulance if necessary. We still don't know; .r' "
what the man looked tike.because he never showed.
THANKS,MR.O'NEAL for your concern. Thanks too

SG for the pittance received.
Regarding our rodeo,'we follow in the noble footsteps of

the other dangerous, campus sport and say "wait until next
year." The UP College Rodeo will be back with a bigger

and better edition. And. we hope, with an ambulance

standing by. ,
Bo Rich 4AG
Robert Barnum 4AG
Laverne Outlaw AG



Reply. to Davidson


EDITOR I hate to take The Times or the Sun. While
issue with my old friend and I do have a definite opinion
pizza-delivering' barrister about what the Sun's reaction
Mike Davidson, but I'd like to would be if The Alligator
A clear up a mistake he made in attempted to directly compete
his letter April 16.1 never told with it in off-campus circulation

Mike, ,or anyone else, that that opinion is mere
The New York Times speculation. I may have
"promised" me it would shared that speculation with
.- i "crush" The Alligator 'if it Mike and others but I never

'WHY? BECAUSE IT'S GOING TO FEEL SO GREAT WHEN 'I'' QU IT. THAT WHY!' the attempted circulation"to "encroach of the Times.upon. The attributed Times it or to the anyone Sun from-

owned Gainesville Sun
Nothing approaching sucha
statement was ever made to "', David Smith

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$650 is a small price to pay: .Sh: .ila Draper Editor, Gary Atiociat BalanoffEnt.rtainm.nt Editor


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EDITOR Bob Bratek: (except as accessories). Bratek own safety, I would personallysee of women on campus., Doug Hatch
the whistles "a politicaltool. that he got a whistle. I Wire Editor
4JM. in his letter to the editorin calls Sharon Bauer, Co-
." is in fact apolitical would also urge him to take '
Tom
the April! 17 Alligator Rape ChairpersonRape Greg FoiT.r ShrodcrA
demonstrated that he has too, as Webster the self-defense course Spor Editor N.ws Editor
on Information and
as a means by currently offered campus
taken JM 509. law of mass defines politics Service
which is to men as wellas Counseling
seeks open
communication and learned which one group power
how to use the law library to over another by often women.
However the danger in ,.B
dishonest practices.The
find Wonderful.He the. rape statutes. poor treatment of rape giving whistles to, both men t : .. Ar
both institutionsand ) and women is that men will
victims
by
has also demonstrated a '
need them,
the probably never
other individuals
complete ignorance of the
individualsmay
surroundthe and immature,
'crime of rape its causes and many crime myths- all that stem from the blow them. indiscriminately

effects. thwartingtheir D .. ;
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fact that our
CERTAINLY MEN CANbe
effectiveness (and .1 I
of
crime )
raped and this fact is view rape as a the maturity of
crimeof question
rather than a
taken into consideration in passion
someone who 'would make a
and aggression-
the new ,sexual battery law. violence remark as tasteless asBratek's
IS THE primarily
POWER
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statute Bratek motivation in rape -
has taken'such "for anyone who
feeling of power over. ;another: great
pains to find although the and the ability to likes to whistle while they
rape statute remains on the individual work"). This is unlikely to be
do anything.
books. This new law pertainsto force her-him to the case with women, who
Therapist '
of
women,and men to,oral, even to the point sex. vested interest in thehistles'
anal, or vaginal penetration i is looking for a"y'i ictim, have a
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,:the fact remains ) vulnerable than a man. indignity to which rape c .
that rape is primarily crime. Thus it is unlikely! that of \ictims have long beenubjeted.
perpetrated by men against Bratek \\ilfever be victim The Student c' S r

women and( : :' on "rare .occasions rap If I believed. him, : aboutdiscriminatior"anti' to be Senate is to be commended
l ,'against other hien truly concerned' about his lor Us. concern:'for the safety Wm.1HCS+ NH'R'IIJPuGHrSy /"
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Faculty Sfl.ldentViews Sought! .




Should Honor System Be Revised ?



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Faced with a recommendation for" a" .IIl'JI : : rl-i.4 l;' '' Honor, Councildetermination! guilt
major overhaul of the Honor System, the of Task Force would be noted on student transcripts, but
University administration is seeking reac- Summary removed five years after date of gradua-
tion and comments from all members of tion.A separate disciplinary record would
the faculty and student body. Recommendations Listed remain as a part of the student's
The recommendations of the Faculty- premanent record.
Student Task Force on the Student Restore the concept of a compulsory
Judiciary are included in a 10-page reportof community. lor sitting as chairman of the hearing examination pledge in which the student
the 16-member student-faculty Task Among recommendations of the task body.The states he or she neither gave nor receivedaid
Force on the Student Judiciary. The force are: Honor Council would work under a in the examination.
task force conducted hearings and studies Constitute a University Honor Council set of administrative hearing procedures tA continuing campaign by,the Office of
throughout the winter quarter and issuedits to replace the Honor Court in all matters drafted by a committee composed of Student Affairs informing the University
final report shortly after the beginningof concerning academic cheating. The Council Honor Court members and the law faculty, community on the importance of the honor
this quarter. would be comprised of both students Members of the law school student system and the manner in which it
Copies of the report have been circulatedto and faculty, with a majority of elected body would maintain primary responsibility functions.
the presidents of 255 student organiza- student justices representing diverse for investigating and presenting cases tA review by each department of the
tions and College Councils, with the areas of campus and faculty members and for defending students under guide- form of each examination to determine
',\ request that comments be forwarded to appointed by president.Students would lines prepared by the committee suggested whether the examination process is so
Interim Vice-President for Academic not seek election 'as members of, or in the paragraph above, with an susceptible to cheating that the process
Affairs Robert Bryan or Vice-president- for identified with, a campus political party. advisor from the law,faculty. cannot be J justified on academic'grounds.
Student Affairs Sandeen by Wednesday, The Council would have a chancellor and Penalities that could be assessed by (The report noted that objective examina-
April 30. Both the student and faculty two vice-chancellors elected by the student the Honor Court would be limited to: tions used repeatedly are most susceptibleto
senates have been asked to take official body from among law students who have 1. Formal and public notice of repri- cheating.)
action on the recommendations and to file completed the course in Administrative mand. Delay the time for submission, ,
their suggestions.Each Law.A quorum of five would be necessaryfor 2. Suspension for a given or indefinite non-graduating student grades to registrarto
student and faculty member is also a hearing, with majority of student period.. permit final exams which are less
asked to offer suggestions, either throughone members and chancellor or vice-chancel-: 3. Expulsion from the university., susceptible to cheating.
of the senates,through an organization Proctoring and other appropriate proce-
I to which he or she belongs or individuality dures-alternate seating,random assigned
by writing Bryan or Sandeen by April 30. seating,. different examinations, etc.-
Vice-president Sandeen said that a University' should be required where the form ofexamination
public hearing on the recommendations is conducive to cheating.
will be held soon, with participationinvited T Producid by tht Division of Information & PublicJ Adopt security, measures in each
ationt Services to communicatt official noticts II
from all areas,of the University M important information to aud.nts,Leulty r.tal, Mat department to preclude faculty dissemination -
the Umvmlty of Florida. W r of examinations.
Research Titles Secret hearings may not be academ
; ically Justified. If the court upholds secret
hearings,"further consideration should be
Spending Plea given to determine whether the use..of
Financial Disclosure Near" secret hearings is consistent with the basic
Go to UF SenateThe functioning of the University,which should
continually seek to repress actions which
For Some UF Employees tend to curtail intellectual growth."
University Senate, meeting at 3:30: Stealing caSes should be handled by the
p.m. Thursday in McCarty Auditorium, Student Conduct committee when the
will consider Policy Manual changes Florida's financial disclosure law requires"all full-time state employees who, in University community is involved; other-
establishing tenure-ineligible faculty titles addition to their regular duties, accept compensation for consultations with other wise, by the local courts. '
for individuals principally, carrying out state agencies or with other government or private entities" to file a statementwith Passing bad check hearings should be
research programs. The titles include the Secretary of State, The Capitol, in Tallahassee on or before May 15. before the Student Conduct committee or
assistant, associate and (full) research A letter from President Robert Marston to vice-presidents, giving notification,of, referred to the State's Attorney,
scientist; assistant, associate and (full) the law as it affects the University community, states, "Those who consult in Ticket scalping] should be dealt within
research scholar, and assistant, associate addition to their regular duties and file the required University form in connection local courts.
):. ,and (full) engineer.The with such consulting are among those who are required to file the Financial Student election violations would not
proposed policy change stipulatesthat Disclosure Statement, Commission on Ethics Form 1." be handled by the Honor Council; (The
persons holding these titles shall have The forms are available in the offices of deans of colleges. report was silent on how to handle election
no regular teaching duties but may teach Two other types of financial disclosures may be necessary for some University violations.)
"incidentally" or "occasionally" so longas employees: Stating that "academic dishonesty is a
their teaching does not occupy more 1.Those who own,directly or indirectly,10 per cent or more of the total assets of retarding factor in the discovery and
than one-quarter time annually.The capital stock of any state or federally chartered bank,state or federal savings and dissemination of knowledge through re-
Senate will also consider a resolu- loan association, credit union, any entity controlled by the public service search and'teaching," the task report
tion proposed by the Senate Professional commission or'granted a 'franchise to operate by either a city or county based its recommendations on some of its
Relations and Standards committee recommending government, and companies dealing in insurance, cemetery, small loans, following concerns of the current honor
to the Board of Regents that alcoholic and spirituous liquors;pari-mutual wagering and utilities.Those who area system: 'the administration and faculty
"the position cutback and hiring freeze be director, partner, proprietor; associate, general agent or other officer in any have "seriously failed" in assisting the,
applied uniformly to administrative posi- business doing business with the governmental agency of which he or she is an positive functions of the honor system; the
tions as well as faculty and support staff officer or employee. system is too limited -to students only-
throughout the State University System, Such employees should file Commission on Ethics Form 3, available in offices of and greater participation by the entire
including the BOR staff." The proposed vice-presidents, within 45 days of the acquisition of the state employment or the. ,academic community is desirable com-
;
resolution also recommends "that when business interest or position.Those who have previously filed do not have to re-file plex system of the honor court has created"a
limited funds do become available for unless there has been a change, view that the Honor Court is a private
some hiring of new personnel that they be' 2. Those who represent others before state agencies for a fee or commission in enclave of law school students." Though
used first to replace faculty and support other than ministerial matters.Reports due quarterly on Form 2, also< available in participating in"good faith,"law students
staff in areas most critically damaged by offices of vice-presidents. ow. lack a full breadth of legal education and,
the random effect of reduction by attri- Others required to file Form 1 are University purchasing agents,members of the practical experience to J operate a court
tion." Board of Regents, the chancellor and presidents of the universities. under the Florida Rules of Criminal

Procedure; penalties have been too broad
and "may be illegal as well,as academ'
I I ically unsound," particularly the assess-
Economy, .Food To Be Discussed This Week ment of penalty hours.
Members of the task force were students

Economics Department chairman Irving Goffman will speakon and World Food Production" at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Reitz' Vicente Caldevilla, Stewart Gluck, Robbie
Craig Mitchell
the "State of the at 7:30 in Heekjn Rob Pflueger,
Economy" : tonight the second
p.m. Union Ballroom.He is the next to last Frontiers of Science lecture Debbie Porter, Wayne Sherman and Gem
floor auditorium of the Medical Sciences Building.'The first in a
series to be sponsored by the Campus Credit Union, the lecture is series speaker of the year. The UF Department of Physics' and Way strators, and Roland faculty Anderson members and admini-

free and open to the public.Dr. Astronomy and the College of Arts and Sciences present the Burns, Rob Denson, John Elizabeth
J.D. McQuigg, director of the Climatic and Environmental series, sponsored by ,the National Science Foundation Public person Michael Gordon Richard Farley, Chair
Assessment Center in Columbia, Mo:,:discusses. '"Climate.Change Understanding.of Science Pr gr'm., Winton Williams and-Martha, Wroe.Him,

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I 'Don't be .psychotic. : watch it'. I I"You're


standing, :on a. bridge' watching man who lived in the
.,
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( ?< 'fG% Himalayas.
Ourself> by
"Finally, I was blessed
Baba Ran; .Das, "Be Here Now:' to find people whose
eyes answered my question 'Do know?'
Baba Ram Dass. one: of America's most with you
a resolute 'I
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am Ram Dass
said.
pular'spiritual teachers will be coming to After 14 '
many months of intense
Gainesville ThursdayApril 24 to share spiritual
his
training, Ram Dass R L. i
ibEa2d
returned
to Americas
in 6' .
'a lecture
xperience p.m. at the \ he shared his own inner experiencesand
[niversity Auditorium.
how they related 7'x
to his
Ram Dass, formerly Dr. Richard Alpert, is clinical psychologist."I training as a
est known for his book "Be Here Now"This had realized that Western 'x v ,
lue volume of his knowledge is wellknownmong function man could a Yq
on a new level of consciousness and
proponents of'a. new age. It is not the work of establishing this in him was the
ecessarily dogma but rather a collection of '
most ,
socially 4. ,
responsible thing I could do, he f '
oughts which one can reflect upon.In. said.
the early 1960's Ram Dass was PhD.
sychology professor at Harvard University. A His non-sectarian teachings stress the unity
olleague of Timothy Leary :they became Western science has with Eastern teachings.
mous for aseries, of experiments with LSD. He is able to bring the Eastern spiritual r
oth men were'asked to leave Harvard as a teachings down to a common sense, un-
onsequence of,these experiments.. derstandable level.
However this banishment did not -"ruin" He emphasizes the fallacy of rational man's jv fir'y9
jiis life as the work convinced him there were conclusion that he is the highest on the R C M
ther levels of consciousness beyond the evolutionary scale. Instead he holds we, are n
ational mind."Through equal parts of the whole scheme."Each '
the chemicals: I.had ingested, I Ias of us finds our thing in life to do, but
the illusion is identifying with it.. Behind all
able to experience higher states of con- ,
ciousness hundreds of times but could not our difference, be they male or female youthor S/Fj 4, 3\Sa1, '."
emain in them, Ram Dass said. age, there is only One of us," he said.A .

This new awareness led him to venture to donation of$1.50 for students and $2.00
ndia ,in 1967 in hopes of finding one who lor the public will be collected at the door.
ived in those higher states. After much effort Tickets can be purchased in advance at the PL
nd time, he was led to Neem Karoli Baba, a Hogtown Grainery and Mother Earth. X43* PPi

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!Jazz poll winner




Isinging behind bars ;. : .

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REVIEW BY broad scope of listeners. second side. "Silver Sword," ,, .
GLENN ABEL Musically the album could another Vitous composition .
With "Stories''To Tell" easily stand on its own merits features him on bass, moog .
lora Purim establisheserself sans Purim's vocals, in fact it and Harp, along with ;
as one of the most is a good bit better than the commrade Carlos Santana on ..iC2 g1
xciting and promising artists majority of straight jazz guitar. Together Purims
J evolve from the current instrumentation being voice, Vitous's searing
lectric jazz scene. Less released. A nucleus of ac- technical virtuosity and the
funk" filled,than her ealier aomplisned musicians George famous Santana guitar make '
lo release, "Butterfly Duke (of Zappa fame), for a powerful trinity, the BABA RAM DASS
tams," the emphasis hereon keyboards. King Errison, result a forceful surrealistic ,t "You're standing on a bridge watching yourself go by"
the new'.wave. Brazilianusic congo. Earl Klugh, guitar and journey.The '
with a..bot jazz-rock husband Airto on percussion, irony lies in the unfortunate
lacking. Seemingly strange give the work a solid base, 'fact that Flora is FiIrncockIesheari'REVIEW
fellows. the mixture is while guests the likes of currently incarcerated in
ore than successful the Carlos Santana, Ron Carter California's Terminal Island,
bum, being .a landmark and ex-Weather Report where she is serving a three BY trepreneurial roles. 'w 4;
'fort in ,both, genres. bassist Miroslav Vitour add year sentence on a cocaine RICHARD BURKHOLDER Pumpnick is. of course greeted by their
eminiscent at times of the fuel to the fire. bust. Her "here" is far from "King of Hearts" playing at the Great prancings as he enters town :V4> '
ter Sergio Mendes ,works Purim wrote lyrics for four pleasant but talent will out. Southern Music Hall has the ingredients to Despite the seeming charm of this film there .
articularly "Primal Roots" of the albums nine offerings, She recently gave a prison warm the cockles of every collegian's heart: it is one point over which I feel uneasy: the
is a reaffirment of her Latin drawing on the better Latin performance featuring most is humorous it has sex it has buffoonery, portrayal of insanity. The crazy characters
*ts but at the same time a popular composers for most of the musicans from this and it possesses the kind of gentle whimsy that' are simply, all nice and lovable wackos
[ncere effort at com- others. recording along with Can- makes all the ladies swoon. without, to a person, a mean or violent
unicating the sensuality and However the album's tour nonball Adderly acting 'as But most of all 0 it is another of'those thought. realist. would maintain that it was
Motion of that music to a de force is, saved for the MC, Simucast over KBCA. a society- -microcosm opuses worked around miraculous luck that such a bunch of har-
L.A. radio station, the concert that ever-popular liberal theme, the dam mless types could be ensconed in one place: a.
was judged a tremendous nation of war. less cynical soul would posit- and perhaps
success.A Phillipe De Broca has directed this tale of a more correctly that in such an allegory as
chance for parole comesin French village overrun by insane asylum this realistic depiction of human tragedy
August, it looks good. inmates during World War I. In the middle of would be out of place. At any rate;that whole
Recently named as the winnerof the deranged folks' cavortings arrives a young insanity thing nagged at me through the
the female vocalist category Scotsman! to disarm a time bomb reported to course of the film.
in the prestigious Downbeat be left in the town when the Germans pulled Still I imagine that the majority of students
readers poll. Purim's prof- out who see this flick will be so entranced by its
tessional future looks bright.On Naturally, the young soldier, PumpnickAlan light-heartedness and its anti.Qausewitz'jabs
her ealier works notably ( Bates) is totally untrained in bomb that they'll fail to share my notion.
with Chic Corea's "Return TO disposal-it seems an army semantic.screw-up But as I said earlier, this is a student cult
Forever," Duke Pearson and has confused ornithological work (Pumpnick
Airto's solo ventures for CT1. cares for the carrier pigeons which take film.Blurbs in the movie's newspaper ads, for

-. she was usually taking .a messages from one unit to another) with instance, state that "King of Hearts" has run
..' .. backseat to the musicans, ordinance. As the sane inhabitants of the consecutively for' 3'/ years in Cambridge
... operating her voice as another town, (tearing that the bomb might go off, Mass. Now THAT'S cultism.
'".. instrument or adding a few pulled out when the Germans did, there is no Also worth mentioning are the', short 1
'JI .... brief Ijrics. Not so an)'more* one left save the asylum inmates, who subjects on the bill: the hilarious "Bambi

.-- she is now standing in the fulllight "'I 'promptly! proceed t to. dress, up.in' the.abaa- ,Mects.GcxIzilla"! .:;and-an.a4\mated.trestmtnt
:: .". .' of her maturity -'as'an doncd.town\ptoP1e' rai.nments*! 'd 'r :enact"' of infamous, Lenny Bruce routine, "Thank "'t,
FtOKA PURIM' .
.'Oer jazz acceisible.foevtn Americanized ears artist. Inrore; .or less) ) 'the',tiltagtts" cluf, arid en You Mask! Man:*.''. .'. -w>.* '.'.....


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'73 Kawasaki." 350 6,500 ml, sissy bor track portable typewriter, new 2 roommates needed. Immediately room In 2 bdr opt. 2 blks from looking for responsible mod
; 2 Ddrm. 2 both, April rent free. 372-2113 (b-St- roommate to find opt. near center
excellent cond. asking $800 price condition original cost $245. sole price Hawaiian Village compus. call bob week-
negotiable phone 373-9322 (o-5t-116-p) $120. phone 392-6798 between 8-10' pm. poolside. April rent paid. 50 per mo: 119-p) for foil 75 thru apr 76
37B-B235 c-2t-H8-p)
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4 speakers great for von $80 coil after
DAY 6 pm 373-9775 i(o--117-p) champion lines long holred + mellow, for rent 2 people to rent "plot opt" for furnished
oil shots + wormed, both parents on summer quarter choose Other 2 2. 2 bdr $110 Cottages Air heat
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frame $25. 373-2070 any time. r. '16 Wino,
with for
vinyl cover good Ironsportotion Uf"A
blue carpet, $15.372.8672.5.7 pm o-5t- or pleasure $425. N't red. call 373-1022 SPECIAL 4 DR House. AC. small deposit will hold"
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TOPOL kleln plonb for sole excellent condition .utilities Summit House opts close toUniversity. WANTED
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j Cinema I' stereo preomp 4 amp 60 watt dynoco 1970 VW Good Condition, new tires ond Comfortable home on 7 acres, at end of both opt Willlamburg 167* '. mil. close
furnished fall call
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selling )Jumpsuit. oh. french boots coil blocks from W $102' for April May M 9:15 X
rob oft 377 8917 7:15
10pm (oSt1II9)Inftlt )
t June 1 lease option AC pool 373-1781 (iI1I9.p -
in a Sony TC-350 stereo reel to .- ) _
reel recorder for the price of about 25
sublet 2 BR Apt unlv' gardens trace
album ($100)' ). Analysed at Couches,
carpeting cent heal oc $172' mo.
within original spec sound on sound, 3 7 free 1 leas Ill
available 23 opril days 7:30
A unique ballet! production heads versitle.Also Harmon Kardon 330 august, option to renew Call 376.6720bIt
receiver $125. Deal on both 373-9361 .
( 119- )
after 6. Benjle (o-St-118-p)_ p w. 9:30.
ftoomate Private room, large house,
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on next to campus,no 1 lease modem, trees,
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must sell $1,029. firm cell art 372-4356-
comedy 373-81 44pm (o-5r-H8-p) occupancy call bill392.m05 or 373-6330. t3xs t1RaT ..d :007I45:35td
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WOODED homesltes, acreage, mole or female needed to share a
3:30 7i30 WATERFRONT PROPERTY call JOE furnished two bedroom house 1329 NW KRISTEL
; Wed &Thur Crawford of W.D. Mason Co. Inc. 6th Street with liberal theatre and
5:30 Only ,:30
Realtors 3774789 (o-St.18-p) broadcasting motors Coll after sin 372-

8trk om-fm car stereo $79 Installed 8trk 3175 (b-4r-H9-p) rTsTiF Lob Yea/ j.eJ fra .(:IIIunIbYi 1'liitlr.xtt

record-ploy! deck $49, electric guitar need 2 female roommates to share 2. seitbeei .Uw,Md.

o 3:30: case amp ond speaker $39 SW loch bdrm opt In GotOf wood for fall. $68 + V.utilities.
7:00 CHINATOWN 8000rpm $29 call 377-8267 (o-St-18-p) '' pool,tennis ct. need ''mmedlol.reaporl.e. .

R call 392-8606 (b-5t-119-p) )_
,30
Stereo-Sony Cassette like new of-
ferrite heads, 8 blank tnoes, lists at 150 female roomate share la. room, In
,4:00: must sell for' 100 or best offer Jeff beautiful oil Cyprus wood paneled 2
8 >:ooThe Reincarnation Brotherston 372-9466 nMes ( 19-p) floor house NW section 1-3 utilities, $45
Mon 377-6029 (b-2t-119-p)
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call 377.2365 (b-5t-119-p)
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pus...UNIVERSITY ACTS now renting for
FOR RENTAVOID summer quarter. Special summer VN BTKSm i
discount'rates:'June I6th-Aug 31st. One
bedrooms, $68-month.' Two bedrooms
O THE FAIL "RUSHNow ,
18-138-month. All KING OFHEARTS
some carpeted.
"it the time to look for that house or
furnished., Pest Control. Pets' allowed In
rep for he Summer or fall quarter. Coll
I selected Come in before .1'.
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WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR Air Conditioned. Swimming Pool. You
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Chg) NW 4th Ave- weekday afternoons (b- .
s1izza T lOt.'19-p)
I female roomate wonted own room 1 _
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377-5325 after 5 (b-5t-H5-p)

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available 4 20 thru 6-20 I br furrf. carpet '
collmgr 372-7111 (b-3t-ll7-p) ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

2 female roommates. wanted. Summer

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.. Call Donna at 376.5299 (h-3/.11 1.p) kB

n own br in one of Hogtown's finest.: quiet

Inn. house, wood heat rabbit hutch, garden,
chicken coop, woods, yard basement, I
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receive one pizza free with Need: Ig Ibr or sm 2br opt. duplex, or .

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Lwlsuet MMem..W .. ond goals to share an opt at
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pool Coll tennis 3737435 courts. 65 ma+v, miies| apartment Call 3769668.. 9 to 3. (..if Hey Buddie: A big, happy number 20 to over 600, Course repeatable free. 70 pt.

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that you kung-fu fighters ; [L SCOREBOARD ]




UF i.udo-is alive ,
well and .
safe NATIONAL.. UA'U' NLTY O.Mq.a
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competing in tournaments around the country". tin. .r II4M4IM > .,M tfMM., II. 11 .
Alligator Sports Writer Speaking of "_'ot 1; ../I Y .I\.. .. CII.ION. ,. .CMM., Ml of CMI
tournaments, the club and the UF In.
judo
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Championships this past January 25. .CIwINI.N/... 0.... .'.. ...."...,.......t. II.ON.,,Na., .........
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While "kung-fu fighting". might dominate the cinema, THE // O M.11.
TOURNAMENT was a huge success with 100 ..."..... I. i. ,.....1 NMN....'.tit.,.M Cwlt.1. '
television and even the radio, the UF Judo Club IN AwNN, S. tM. PrWKIK tMiw c. O.lr.llI ..
home wants _
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competitors from as far as Auburn and Georgia participating. ..NN .00 IM 1r*. InnIMMIM
know that the of judo is alive and ........r* I..... CHICMI,. ..*.I, .. ..... ..! C.MIWMiM .. .
you to sport well and living The club claims several judo champions including Ritter, CI.P111tw.1w" I. .51 It. INiI" T..".. .! ......"... (-HItM c.
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right here on campus. who was the midwest champion in 1959 and Wisconsin. .a../"..'..,a...... .OLN 1 M.MrN I ...... ..1.
"Judo was THE martial arts before kung-fu came along on collegiate state champion in 1965. flHHIHt t. tM. AKfrttt I, II III. ...

television and in the movies," stated Dr. Gerhard Ritterthe Larry Wheeler has finished second in the Florida state A/q1(M .,.MIK MN*.'.cN.*._../-/ frll .! ClMll, NOA MAtlO.f.

judo club's "sensei", or instructor.. championships, heavyweight division. Matt Barr has been the Mil l:*A.N r
MOST PEOPLE take it for granted that judo, kung.fu, and junior state champion three times, and he's only 15 years old. .<.C IM"<*.....InS. ..,IMM( > t.*)d HwnlM (c...- ._-_-'tlr.rOwl '
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karate are similar, but they are wrong. OF COURSE, not all the members are champions, and '. NM ''af II.IwIMtIO..w wt..wN.w.NL .LIL.A1fTNN.v. /
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objective is to defeat
"In judo, without .
your your opponent there are different reasons why they are out there. LMl M V

hurting him. In karate, you have to hurt your opponent. Judois "It's fun you meet nice people, and it imporves your mind ,M/LNIMI., .....,.w.".:..'.:'A"CMt.N_.''. '.1 w.M.111.w _|.MM_*nttnmii C_* MMt ....i..limn
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relatively safe. It's also more of an art form depending on and body," says John Marting, 3UC. Mw OMN N /N M.SHwr CMc|M IKMMM.CNrOMM A CMUM
AMOOItk. LOAOOt ......._ '
technique Ritter explained.It "I wanted to learn how to flip, and to know how to protect .... .. .
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was Ritter who started the club three and a half years ago myself" said Dari Smith, 14, whose father teaches at UF. ::: : : :::' .: ...Y.. awl..-.:-::=

for the simple purpose of getting judo enthusiasts together. "We're a close club, and everybody is real friendly. ::: ::r'.. // '.= t IN IN N. .o.o w.wrwf..w a W..N atw.N. t.CLMI. ..

'"ANYBODY CONNECTED with UF (faculty, staff, Sometimes after we get through, a bunch of the guys will get ,...T... .:,....'. ..III... IN "AN/w'AP uTOMKS. ..
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students, relatives of faculty) can participate in the club. We together, and down ,a few pitchers," added Hatfield, who 0..,... t ..., IN OLLM...-

even take beginners with no previous skills," pointed out holds a second degree (Nikyu) brown belt. MIww.NtCMtIN : : :' :.E'... ;: ....."... -.:::.

Ritter, who holds a second degree(Nidan)black belt. So whether for fun t. 1M w'.N1r: = .
you're out some self-defense, or plain fa .._, DrrN IfIwN.w..'.. ,nwlN ,IOM
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The club's president, Alan Hatfield, stressed that they ware old judo, the place.to be is the south end of Florida a gym every '. CI.. .. ..1. M.INw'/O r
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a "competitive club with a large number of our members Tuesday I and Thursday }night from 79. ,. ..
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Tuitt and Winfred compete on an even par basis a member of the Gator mile Alexander has clocked a

Alexander, half of UF's 1975 with their competition since. relay quartet which won both 149.5;: for the half mile this

NCAA indoor champion mile MI CAN'T see having two the conference and NCAA

relay team, will both be great athletes trying to run indoor titles this year. UF's year."I think these havea
people
"redshirted" and withheld under such conditions," said 3:14.2: 'was a new S.E.C.
shot at being national
from competition during the Carnes, "so rather than ruin a record in. the mile relay. "
in the future
champions ,
'75 outdoor season. UF track whole year for them, I've A two year American t qPM, S +Jt NI M
tap e
continued Carnes, "and its
coach Jimmy Carnes made decided to hold them out this indoors, Alexander took fifth
only fair to give them
the announcement Monday. season.ft.. in the NCAA Indoor 600 last an equal
chance to perform at the best
Both athletes suffered A sophmore, Tuitt is the 'year, and second in the SEC of their I ..

severe' muscle pulls prior to S.E.C.'s half-mile indoor 880 outdoors. He finished ability.

the beginning of the outdoor champion, and anchored the second in the conference 600 "It will be a blow to us," he

season, and have not Gator's conference champion yard run this season (indoors) said, "but I'm hoping our WIMPY ALEXANDER .

I HORACE TUITT responded well enough to 2-mile relay team 'earlier this and was another member of team depth can help us .All-American 4 I

mile relay member treatment to enable them to season. addition, Tuitt was the Gators mile relay quartet. overcome it." .

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Four-year title droughtover CAMPUS LIFE 75


for U F netters ?

REMEMBER US FOR \OUR '
SEC tennis championshipshave problem in their final four But like last year's team,
had a frustrating way of duals against South Florida the 1975 squad has the talent '
".
slipping away from the UF Vandy Ole Miss and and-underline this wor4- SCHOOLTOWERS .' NEEDS ,.r '9)J. *, :"
Gators in the last four Valdosta State., That's a 26.2 depth to win it all. ," "
seasons. finish, tennis fans.tysimprcsslve Most eyes will be on the No. .
But this year could be, the. ? bu>\tr. e,S4EC I\, and No.C? 2 Ga,>\oc plaj.x rSy. --
"next year" fn which the tournament is where Juan Diaz and Dave fyessly. BRANCH (SERVICE COMPL XJt'i) j :',
netters of Coach Bill Potter championships are made. Diaz, the senior ace from ,
interrupt Georgia's four-year And the vagaries of tourney Tampa will likely have to do BROWARD SHOP (BASEMENT )
term as SEC champs and win
one of their own, their fourthin KEITH CANNON ..
15 years. OPINION I UNION SHOP (GROUND FLOOR) ,, ,

The chances look as goodas ,
UF's 22.2 dual match play are many. Just ask something he couldn't do MEDICAL BOOKSTORE (seCoND FLOOR)
record to date. That record Potter, who saw his team three weeks ago to win the .
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includes victories against finish the regular season 20-3 title-beat Manny Diaz of '

Georgia and six other SEC ((7.1 in the SEC) last year and Georgia, the defending SEC '. ,
tOes. J If all goes as it should, then finish fifth in the singles champ.In !
the No. 2 ranks, Dave'' I
the Gators should have no tournament.
Pressly a finalist last year will
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UF number two contend with Tennessee'sPaul .'I. ", ,.' '
Van Minn arid Gordon ,
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Smith of Georgia, a Pressly .t I ,
infoulshootina I victim earlier this year. '
These are biggies, but the
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key word again is depth,
Final season basketball The Gator c Coach John which UF has down in the No.
statistics released by the Lotz wer. 4S6. irom the 4 and No. 6 spots with Chap
National Collegiate Sports charity stripe for It'' ,765 per Brown ((22-2 this ,year) and
Services (NCSS) show UF as cent avg. Jim Oescher ((24-0)), both
the nations No. 2 team in free Southeastern Conference contenders. To complete the
throw shooting percentage. toe; Vanderbilt took top picture, John Kunnen. who
)honors nationwide from the has lost his last three mat-
"Line". The Commodoreswere ches, needs to break out of a
In traniuraIs 530-692 for a .766 per slump, and the Gators need
cent avg. consistent play,from the No.
Today is the deadline for Florida's Norman "Bruno" 5 spot at which Mike Borhng
signing up for women's Caldwell finished, second Jody Stagg and ,Richard
dormitory racquetball. nationally to Seattle's Frank Healy have all played. r
Tuesday is deadline for men's Oleynick in free throw The outlook seems as ,
women's and Co-Rcc Bad- 'percentage. The 6-2 hopeful as it has in any of the I : ', : ..," 'I, ,', :,': :.: '
minton. The tournament will sophomore from Atlantic past few seasons but the ,. : '
be held May 24. Contact the Highlands. NJ., hit 102.115 lesson of last year was that c
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IM office 229 Fla. Gym. 392- for .887 per cent, while anything can happen in that c:: CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE> ;
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the Blue League Softball Individual tree throw tournament.You SB LOCATED IN THE HUB
Championships by defeating statistics were based on an can't say whether UF
ZPhiBeta and AEPhi in the. average of at least three free, will or won't win it. Just that
play-offs!. last week. throws,per game., they ought to.




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