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VOL.67NO.119

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Voting security increased for runoff II


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By DEBBIE ERICKSON any'student who still)) lacks one can go to theinformation THE FOLLOWING IS a list of voting lobby-dentistry and health related
Alligator Staff Writer booth in front of'the Hub and booths and corresponding colleges: professions,medicine,nursing and pharmacy.
receive a fee card waiver. The information McCany Hall-agriculture; Architectureand Simmons said there would be wooden
Voter turnout in today's Student Govern- booth, will open from 8 a.m:to 6 p.m., he said. Fine Arts-architecture and fine ans; ballot boxes in Yon Hall, McCany Hall and
ment run-off election is expected to be an The candidates in today's SG run-off Library West-arts and sciences; Matherly Ross Halt
increase over last Wednesday's primary, election are; Hall-business administration; Norman Hall- All students registered in University
election officials said. Action pany: Jim Eajon, president; Dan education; Weil Hall-engineering; Larson- College can vote at any of the following
Voting booths will open at 8 a.m. and close 'Lobeck, vice president; Caleb Grimes, Denton Complex-engineering; Ross Hall- locations:: Broward-Rawlings Area, Carlton
at 6 p.m. Students will)) need a validated fee treasurer and Sue Connelly, Traffic Court forestry; Stadium-journalism; Florida Auditorium Graham Hall, Hume Hall,
card and another ID, preferably a picture ID, ,chief justice. Gymnasium basement-physical health' and Jennings Hall, Murphree Area, Tolbert Area
to vote. Florida Student McAdam, and Yon Hall.
pany: Alyce recreation Medical Center second
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TO KEEP STUDENTS from voting twice, president; Bubba Huerta, vice president; ;
Geoff Heekin, assistant director of elections, Greg Sherman, treasurer and Bob Lindgren, "'
said a poll worker will initial the student's fee Traffic Court chief justice. c
card and return it to the student as they enter Action pany has spent $261.84 and Florida '3 of rs
the voting booth. Student Pany (FSP) $241.10 in the run-off
"When the student gives the poll worker his election. Total campaign spending has ..
fee card to check his name the'card will be amounted to $2,800.30 for Action pany and 'f) 1"
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I punched in the lower left hand corner and $2,295.43 for FSP. ;

", handedtoa poll attendant standing next to the Director of Elections Scott Simmons said ).:.,.,.v.:'...'... .
voting booths. As the student enters the he expects a 23 per cent voter turnout in : \,: :
booth, the poll attendant will initial the fee today's SG run-off election. This would be a '" I'I."y
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card and hand it back to the student" Heekin one per cent increase over last week's t ;,
primary. t ;" ,. .
said."No t s
'students will be allowed to enter a Simmons said he expects the increase in :.'<
voting booth if the poll attendant does not voter turnout because students are more f
have his fee card," he said. interested in SG and because of the more:
ALTHOUGH STUDENTS should have a "person-to-person campaigning" in this
validated tee card by this time, Heekin said spring's election.The g.

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.Action ..Florida Student


traffic. Bill for student regent




stopper has committee backing

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a By DEBBIE IBERT Committee to the bill when he appeared.
Alligator Staff Writer before the house committee.
;';; .,' ::1 The main objection regents have to puttinga
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student on the board is that students
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:' ,:.JlS; ;;/ Student representation on the Board of constitute a "special interest group" and

.' Regents came one step closer Tuesday when would set a precedent by which faculty,
,, the House Education Committee voted 10-4 to administrators: and career service employes
'\, would also demand York
put one student regent on the board. a representative
I-j The bill's) sponsor, Rep. William Nelson, D- said.Rep.
-.,.," Melbourne,said its purpose is to give studentsa Steve Pajcic D-Jacksonville. spoke in
voice in running the university system. favor of the bill, pointing out Princeton
THE BILL WILL now go to the House University recently allowed a student to sit on
Appropriations Committee Nelson's its board of trustees.
legislative aid Patsy Palmer said. PAJCIC, a Princeton graduate, said the
The bill creates a 10-member board, with student member increased communications
one-full-time student appointed to a oneyearterm between the trustees, students and university
by Gov. Reubin ,Askew., administrators.York .
Appointments would be rotated, accordingto however, said he believed the board
would be subject to an "injection of institutional -
the bill, so that none of the nine state
,universities is represented more than once in a' bias" by the representatives of the
nine-year period. individual universities.
THE FIRST STUDENT regent's term "There would be tremendous pressures on
would begin on Sept. 1.I 1975, if the bill is the student, which 1 don't think he should be
passed into law by the legislature.The subjected to," York said. "We're different ,
bill specifies universities be from a private school since we have nine
represented in the following order: Florida universities to consider instead' of one. This
f State University, Florida Atlantic University, bill could open the situation of a student
Florida Technological University, Universityof favoring his panicular school."
Florida. Florida International University, Committee Chairman Rep. Richard Hodes,
University of West Florida, University of D-Tampa voted against the bill but_ could
South Florida Florida Agricultural and not be reached,for comment.
Mechanical University, and University of SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz has already
-r North Florida.A objected to placing students on the board,
senate student-regent bill, sponsored by because the regents would "lose their
Jack Gordon D-Miami, was passed by the credibility" by having a representative from a
Senate Education Committee last Thursdayand panicular group of people involved in the
, would place three students on the board. university system.
I' v UNIVERSITY SYSTEM Regent Marshall Harris,however has come
STATE
Lookout I The electric car is,in Gainesville for do-it-your-selfers, buyers, in favor" of student representation
Chancellor-designate E.T.. York again voiced out "firmly -
' testers and car-watchers. See, story, page;seven., the opposition, of ..the regent's Legislative on the board of regents. ,


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I S. Viets try to find way to negotiate peace I

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said there will be no negotiation with the present ,Saigon
SAIGON (UPI! ) Political sources said Tuesday that city was exceptionally quiet and streets were comparativelydesened. administration even though President Thieu has resigned.

President Tran Van Huong in close contact with U.S. Van Ba chief Viet Cong delegate in Paris saidfollowing
Ambassador Graham Martin, had tentatively agreed to name The Thieu cabinet formally turned in its resignations todayto Pham meeting with French Foreign Minister Jean
could a
Tren Man Don as premier in hopes he could negotiate with Huong to enable him to form a new government' that that an entirely new administration must beset
the Communists. But the Communists were balking. negotiate peace.In Sauvagnargues '
and the Americans must pull out all their
its in Saigon
( Paris, the French today formally offered up
North Vietnam and the Viet Cong in statements on Hanoi government is be
if there to
peace.
radio and issued in Paris, made it clear that the resignation of good offices for peace in Vietnam but a Viet Cong spokesman military personnel

President Nguyen Van Thieu Monday was not enough they
wanted all Thieu's colleagues out of the government and all
of the Americans out of Vietnam. Prices fall but Meany calls Ford

Don, 58, the current Defense Minister, is a professionalsoldier
turned politican and is considered to be left-of-center. I

Political sources said today Huong and Martin hoped he
'heartless'
would take over the premiership to negotiate a cease-fire and planners/ recovery

prevent an attack on Saigon. .
Heavy Fighting was reported on key roads on opposite sides
in March instead of rising as they usually do.
down
WASHINGTON (UPI!) Its momentum slowed by lower went
of Saigon today and explosions at Bien Hoa, under Com
after conferring with his chief economic advisers, said
Ford
munist artillery attack, could be heard in Saigon itself. The food prices and mortgage rates, the Cost of Living Index in
March registered its smallest increase in 20 months. But he was "pleased" by the march report. However he noted
President Ford doubted the favorable trend could be that food prices are volatile and are likely to rise again soon.
House kills bill sustained.The Meanwhile AFL-CIO President George Meany blasted the

Bureau of Labor ,Statistics said'the 0.3 per cent rise in Ford administration and called for deficit financing to find

the index in March was the smallest since an 0.2 per cent rise jobs for the unemployed and get the; economy on the right

to elect editorsTALLAHASSEE in. July, 1973 when the government's wage-price lid was in track.
effect. Meany blasted administration economists as unfeeling and

The slowdown was attributed partly> to food prices which unreliable, criticized Congress as timid and blamed the
Fla. (UPI!) The House killed 64-51 "damned environmentalists" for ,blocking job-creating

Tuesday a move forcing newspaper managing editors to get r projects during a hearing of the House Public Works
approval from the voters to remain on the job. Committee which often took the tone of a revival meeting.

The plan was an amendment to a bill(HB 399)) repealing the Wednesday Meany said he doubted administration forecasts that there

state's court-voided "Right to Reply" law, which passed 65-53 would be an economic upturn this year, and "I doubt we'll be

and was sent to the House. /capsule out of it (the recession) by next summer ((1976))." He said he

Rep. An Rude, R-Fort Lauderdale said newspapers often had heard too many rosy predictions from administration
publish unfair editorials on public officials and candidates economists.

with some candidates getting an advantage.
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_ Two Askew aides are subject of state probesTALLAHASSEE I


Fla. (UPI))-Gov. Reubin Askew's office TALLAHASSEE FLA. (UPI>-Chester Blakemore, former

has reluctantly agreed to provide more information about an General Services Director and now the governor's top cabinet

aide's role in persuading career service personnel to quit in I aide, put up $8.600 toward a Winewood Corp. loan for

order to free a job for a close friend of the governor the Ethics x construction of buildings to be occupied by the Department of
Commission was told Tuesday. Health and Rehabilitative Services.

X k Blakemore, in a report to Lieutenant Governor Jim

"They didn't want to come back with more facts, but he Williams released to UPI and the Florida Times-Union

convinced them we need more," Bonnie Johnson said in GOV. ASKEW Tuesday, also said he took two days leave of absence while

reponing on the status of a complaint accusing Bernie Parrish general services director to accompany Winwood officials to

Jr. of coercing the resignations of Shelton Kemp and Gary aides subjectof New York to try to get another loan from the Prudential
Wetherington as director and assistant director. of the Insurance Co.

Bicentennial Commission. Ms. Johnson assistant commission probes While general services director, Blakemore approved leasesof

excecutive director, said that the governor's office reported it Ile Windwood office space HRS is occupying now. He has

had reviewed the allegations, found them without merit and denied involvement in a second series of HRS leases which

contemplated no action. sparked the legislative investigation.

Blakemore's report has been turned over to Rep. Earl
The committee said it is awaiting a ruling from the attorney Dixon, D-Jacksonville, chairman of the House Ap-
general on the claim of Wetherington left the state after propriations subcommittee investigating an HRS letter of
resigning under protest as Kemp's assistant that Lt. Gov.
intent to lease a $6 million office complex which was not yet
Jim Williams illegally holds two postions. under construction.


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Florida Alligator,WednelCfay,April 23, 1975,Pa9.3Tuition s


; bill locked in committee I IBy


DEBBIE IBERT be: elementary and secondary (KM2)), $75 would try again ,tor'' the additional amount primary purpose of training operators of
Alligator Staff Writer million; vocational-technical schools, $19.5 when the bill comes before the House Appropriations wastewater facilities.
million; community colleges, $28.5 million; Committee THE BILL ALSO makes capital outlay
The House Education Committee Tuesday and state universities, $28,3 million. The committee defeated an amendment by money available for use faster by allowing the
referred the Board of Regents' tuition hike State University System Chancellor' Rep. William Conway, D-Ormond Beach, state to collect the gross receipts tax quarterly
proposal to a subcommittee for consideration, designate E.T. York called the committee's which would have put $15 million toward instead of annually.
and approved a package of committee bills distribution of capital outlay funds renovations in the older universities and $4.3 The gross receipts tax is a half per cent tax
determining what universities can spend on "reasonable." But the $27 million is "far million toward the construction of UF's levied on the gross revenue from all public
capital outlay next year. below what's needed," he added. Veterinary College because the committee utilities.
The regents' proposal to raise next year's The university system received $26.5 wanted to keep the total expenditures at $150 Having the money come in every three
tuition In the nine state universities was million for capital outlay in the 1974.75 fiscal million, York said.A months instead of once a year will mean that
passed along to the subcommittee on finance year, a half million less than the committee's center for Training. Research and construction can be staned sooner, York said.
and capital outlay. recommendation for next year, according to Education for Environmental Occupations Another section in the bill establishes a
"IT'S NORMAL procedure to give these NeSmith.AN (TREEO) received an appropriation of S1.3 constitutional amendment that makes the 1
things a close look," committee staff director ATTEMPT to gain an extra $19.3 million from the committee. The center will gross receipts tax money available to all levelsof
Gus Turnbull said. million out of bond funds for the state be located in Gainesville, in conjunction with education, instead of being earmarked
Turnbull estimated it would be several university system failed, but York said he the municipal sewage treatment plant, for the specifically for higher education.
weeks before the proposed tuition increase
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came before the full education committee fora
vote. Press poses problem for 'open' UF .1By
In other action; the House Education .
Committee divided up$150 million for capital
outlay expenditures in 1975-76 among four STUART EMMRICII dealing with personnel evaluations from being problems are caused by personal problems of
levels of education -with the state university Alligator Staff Writer held in the open. your personnel." he explained.
system receiving $27 million. PERSONNEL PROBLEMS make up "a Another problem of opening up UF
THE COMMITTEE earmarked another Even fpr the "world's most open univer very large percentage" of the meetings meetings to the press, according to Cunningham i
$1.3 million to the university system for the sity" it seems the sunshine can be a little too Marston is involved in, Cunningham said. is that broad suggestions thrownout
construction of a special facility for training bright. Cunningham also said the press had to be at a "brainstorming session" which haveno y
wastewater plant operators, since such Bemoaning the "untold problems" of excluded"from some meetings for "practicalreasons. real chance of being seriously consideredfor
operators must be certified by the state. running an open university, UF Public Information action are sometimes played up in the
Wayne NeSmith, SUS director of facilities Officer Hugh Cunningham said One theoretical example would be a press for "sensationalism."
planning and support, said the university dealing with an inquisitive press all the time meeting where UF officials gathered to But even with all the problems caused by
system's first priority for the $27 million can often disrupt the day-to-day operation ofa discuss ways to obtain $200,000 from an the increased accessability of the Marston
would be the construction of UF's Veterinary university. individual to go toward a new campus administration,Cunningham said UF still hasa
College which he estimated would cost IF ADMINISTRATORS; particularly building, Cunningham explained. "commitment to be as open as possible."
$14.3 million. President Robert Q. Marston, answered every "YOU SIT TIIERE and plot, how are you UF OFFICIALS emphasize that the
Although Commissioner' of Education phone call and dealt with all questions going to get the$200,000 from this fellow" he openness policy was one of choice and not one
I Ralph Turlington suggested that the funds be submitted by the press each day, "they said. mandated by the state sunshine law.
divided to give 60 per cent to K-12 schools wouldn't have time to make any decisions," "But if all this came out in the papers, you "By no stretch of the imagination did the
and 40 per cent to post-secondary institutions, Cunningham said. aren't going to get that money," Cunningham legislature intend the sunshine law to cover F
the committee instead divided the funds 50- UF has also experienced problems with said. the staff meetings of university presidents,"
50.ACCORDING reporters wanting to come to all meetings that Another area Cunningham said was taboo. UF Atty. Tom Biggs said
TO THE committee bill, the involve Marston,which Cunningham said was are matters involving"the right to pr "facy" of
authorized levels of capital outlay expenditurefor "just not possible." UF faculty or employes. (See 'Sunshine,' four)
each of the four levels of education would He explained state law prevents meetings "IT'S AMAZING how many personnel page
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By MICHAEL BRADLEY "U.S.-Portuguese Africa Relations Duringthe sgaFooa.puttees MHWHUWI comBiiutionsITAUAN MVMIHImollOnlw TM.d. tMrtm,. .
of /....- oe.oo.nG.Id.nM.dhleyUphdp" .all."""r .......{,,,lT.e c... TMNMdprw..r 0-
Alligator Staff WriterUF's Administration" is the topic a ,....... i to enol Ml$MM! c... Ml
paper to be presented Saturday at 9:15: a.m. Helf Dm.n tArlm, trt N'YAIN"{""nil*..,...,. 1M...*., OPM.. Mew .BM...
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discussion will be led Ur fCAllprl-T..d.rf./.lalbMM.dT.r.urUWM: :;; Ndr YRR4TT.M.dhdm.ksIbp......:....................... ......*.. ..:
AFTERWARD .
Point in Continental and IntercontinentalConfrontation" a by .......... ........ .. .. HUNOIV immuMi HATHB-* BUM NM ,1MwTMDMwiftMOpiMwOiwDwiiillacli
on Friday and Saturday.The Dr. Mario Azvedo of St. Augustine's Collegein Uf 0ntar ...
program begins Friday at 2 p.m. with a Raleigh, Nonh Carolina... .DMIIDClAI-MedellvHeol"......with TwKV1.nI. Gab MM.............'.. .. .... .UNO.-( HA......pAeln t v 4..wMl...selr.l w...nc Mo.T0p ..!{
discussion by UP African Studies graduate Labor migration will be the subject of a / o1NM-T.nMr Ip.wkA CleM"""/. GoI Me.rrl 11children.* pUttcQsII
students on the end of the Portuguese colonial paper by Dr. Robert Boeder of Charleston pM Sc p..r.w
presence in. Africa. College presented at 10:30: a.m. UF's Dr. VAOHOfl HAMIUIGII.IHIIMP.CRAB rATTIB 99C
THE DISCUSSION will be conducted in David Niddrie will l lead the discussion af 4
Italian fisheRman
room 427 Grinter Hall, as will all of the .terward. l ,
seminar activities. Professor Art Hanson of Miami Universitywill ,2310 SW 13th St.
Current developments in South 'Africa will speak on the topic of the Angola refugeesin WI AND ACCT lANK MASTER AMOICAtO CHARGI .. 033-..:..=.._-.
be examined in an 8 p.m. speach on Friday by a 2 p.m. speech.
Professor Absalom Vilakazi of American The seminar is open to the public.For .
University the immediate past president of further information contact Dr. Hunt
the African Studies Association. Davis of the history department.



I Cops begin crackdownon sir


registration checksBy
NOW[' OPEN SUNDAY NOON5p.m.1 .

JOANNE KOHL Florida drivers have been required to carry
Alligator Staff WriterA registration since the law went into effect two

years ago. However, not all drivers have been 100 1 %/ Pure Ground 1 BeefFlttTSTEAKS7to8oz.: 65 lb 1 ,
crackdown on Florida drivers not asked to present their registration when
carrying vehicle registration has been stopped for routine license ,checks or minor 99cea99cea
initiated by the Florida Highway Patrol, traffic violations. .
according to Patrol Director Colonel Eldrige ACCORDING TO Lieutenant Jeff Maxwellof
Beach. the Florida Highway Patrol office in center cut HAM 1, STEAKS

Alachua County Florida drivers have been
required to carry vehicle registration since the

law went into effect about two years ago. : *1 t I ;i 4
Extention begunfor "No wholesale effort is being made at this r__ :
time to check vehicle registration; however
should a driver be stopped for some other ;DcMJtay**
bicycle pathConstruction violation, such as speeding, he will be obligedto 377.3395
show his vehicle registration as well as his
began Tuesday on extendingthe driver's license," Maxwell' said. "We've got
bike path oil N.W. 34th Street from too many other things to do." 1 Jifcrossfrorfltha Roy PWe've
University Avenue to N.W. 39th Street. ALL FLORIDA DRIVERS receive a
The bike path will extend beyond the north vehicle registration with their license plate
end of the Gainesville city limits and might be registration each year. The small yellow slip of
completed in 30'days, County Engineer paper bears the name and address of the
Charles Morgan estimated.The I owner and the make year, and license
bike path extension was delayed number of the car.
because the lowest bidder was "unable to Those ticketed for not carrying the
come up with the bond" Morgan said. registration may have the charge dismissed by r 4k.
The contract to extend the bike path was presenting the registration in court within _
then awarded to the second lowest bidder who seven days, according to Maxwell. The
said he has started construction Morgan registration may also be presented to the
Clerk of the Court within 24 hours for
said.The
matter of extending the bike path was dismissal, said Maxwell.
brought to the attention of the Alachua, Most states have laws requiring motoriststo
County Commission when Commissioner Jon, carry vehicle registration. Visitors driving
Wershow received .a letter from a Gainesville in Florida and students using their parent'scar
resident. while attending college should carry proofof
The resident said she was "concerned" ownership. Maxwell said.
about children who would be riding their Drivers of rental cars may present the
bikes on N.W. 34th Street when the new rental contract to prove they are. legally k
YMCA recreation center would be completed. driving the vehicle.

Sunshinefrom ,. ,
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( page three press.
Requests for attendance must be submittedto Kept It Clean
Biggs contends the president is not a Marston who often says he does not know
"board or commission" specifically men if the press will be admitted until the meetinghas
tioned in the sunshine law, and the meetingshe staned and he asks ,the panics involved if
attends each day are only advisory sessions they have any objections.SO Last week our candidates were given 49 per

where, no final action is decided upon. FAR THIS quarter the Alligator has cent of the vote by the people who count, you the
EXPLAINING THAT the president was not been barred from any UF meeting it has students. Our opponents have responded in a
the person to make the final decision, Biggs requested to attend.
said if the sunshine law did apply to Marston, But repeated requests to attend meetings tried but true fashion calling us every name in

reporters would have to come into his office during the last two weeks have caused some the book. They think you're dumb enough to buy
each day "to watch him think.. alterations in the workings between the press it -
But even though they do not believe they and the president.
are legally required to do so, Cunninghamsaid Surprised to find out a week and a half ago
the UF'' administration is continually that reporters regularly check his daily
It's
attempting to provide as much information as calendar with his secretary, Marston now up to you to prove them wrong
possible to the press and public. requires information about his meetings to i
Cunningham said his main concern since come out of Cunningham's office. vote
he took the job of information officer was to CUNNINGHAM SAID the change was not
"make available whatever information is intended to hide meetings that Marston wentto
\\'anted. by whoever wants it, whenever it is. but explained the president was
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THIS INCLUDES opening up to the press someone to come in and rifle through his
the president's staff meetings, all university secretary' desk'" .
committee meetings, and providing a 'daily Although Cunningham said he was one of
calendar of Marston's schedule to interested the prime movers for a more open administration make It happenPage"
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BADMINTON The Badminton Club meets a '
Alligator Staff Writer each Wednesday from 8 p.m.to 10 p.m. at the
north side of Florida Gym. Anyone interestedin
LOVEi The Language and Literature Club playing is invited to attend all equip r w.
will present David Vessey speaking. on ment will be providedi the club. For more
"Love's Fantasies: Catullus, Donne, and information call Dave Zarco at 392-7228.
Rimbaud" tonight at 8, room 103B in the LITURGY The Eastern Orthodox Liturgy of
Architecture and Fine Arts Building. the Presanctified Gifts will be presented in E
,PRSSAi PRSSA will host a program, English tonight at 7:30: at the Episcopal
"Welcome to the World of Multi-Media," University Center, 1522 W. University Ave.
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Windmeadows CIRCLE K The UF Circle K club will meet BELTS SLACKS
Clubhouse, 2712 SW 34th St. All PR majorsare Thursday. at 6 p.m. room 150 Reitz Union. 99
welcome. CHESS; The Chess Club meets each Wed $3 $11,99
ENVIRONMENT Dr. Paul Urome of environmental nesday room 361 Reitz Union from 7 p.m. to
engineering will speak on midnight. Anyone interested is welcome to VALUES TO fl 0 VALUES TO 15.50
problems and solutions of air pollution at the attend. For further information call Michael
Environmental Action Group meeting tonightat Bast 373-3738.
7:30: room 346 J. Wayne Reitz Union. KOSHER MEAT The Hillel Jewish Center is
COME TOGETHER Tonight at 11 WUFT selling Kosher meat Thursday from 4 p.m. to 2 PC. NEcKTIEs$199
Channel will feature the musical group Blue 5 p.m. For more information call 372-2900. SUITS $2299
Water and UF graduate Mike Doyle, the best BLOODMOBILE The Civitan Regional
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be aired Saturday at 5:30 p.m. from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Plaza of the
LECTURES "White Squaws-Indian Women"will Americas.
be the topic of Tom Sanders at his public CUTBACKS Students Against Cutbacks
lecture Thursday, 8 p.m., room 7 at the (SAC) will meet Thursday, at 7 p.m. room E1jc 111niUeritp bop
Medical Center Communicore Building. 150B Reitz Union. All interested students are
BIBLE "The Seven Seals of the Revelation"will invited. OPEN 9-9
be a lecture sponsored by the Bible ENGINEERING The Benton Engineering 1620 W. UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY PLAZA
Prophecy Student Association tonight. at 8, Council will meet to discuss fund allocation
rooms 361.3 Reitz Union. Thursday at"7:30 p.m.at the Reitz Union. All
STUDENT SERVICES The program, engineering students are invited.
"Teaching You The System" tonight at 8 in RUSH: Beta Nu Chapter of Sigma Delta Tau
Jennings Recreation Room will feature Janet will have a rush Thursday, room 346 Reitz
Rodeheaver from Health Related Professions.All Union at 6:30: p.m. For more information call
interested students are invited. 378-4509.
FORUM The Latter Day Saint Student CONVENTION:The Florida Union of Jewish .
Association will present UF Law Student Students (FUJS) will meet tonight at 9:30: at kt
Dwayne Thomas with his discussion on "Law, the Hillel Foundation to attend the FUJS Made especially for people
Ethics, and Mormonism" Thursday at noon Convention at Camp Ocala. All who wish to ,
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By LAURIE FOX body the faster and fanher the car; will go. "''-. "?.
Party campaign Alligator Staff WriterIt "There are plenty of places to get parts for the car I got my
generator at a junkyard and other pans at army surplus
makes a whirring sound as it bounces down the street. facilities" Hardy said. ""* -... ,
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People stop and stare, Wondering what the strange sound is. ...
draws chargesBy An unfamiliar sound now it could become as common as IF YOU ARE not mechanically inclined Miller-Brown
the varoom of a car engine. It is the sound of an electric car. Volkswagen sells an, electric car called "Citicar," .
DEBBIE ERICKSON KEITH HARDY, a UF graduate student in engineering, The sticker price is $2800. It gets a top speed of 38 mp.h.;
Staff Writer built the electric car from an old Simca for $750. and has a rang of' 50 miles depending on. temperature,
Four election violation Alligator complaints filed "I saw an article in The Alligator and I thought I could I terrain and traffic conditions. It takes 10 hours to recharge.
were
against
Florida Student build one myself," Hardy said. Coleman Brown owner of the Miller-Brown dealership
Election Commission Pany Tuesday.Chairman Greg Enholm said "I really didn't know what I was doing when.. I started I just said Citicars are for special people."YOU'VE .
kept tinkering and tinkering until I got it, he said.
complaints were filed for distributing flyers in dorms after
GOT TO have a poineer spirit to drive one and
hours distributing materials purchased after the general HARDY SAID his car has a range of 65 to 80 miles per buy one," he said..
election in dorms, exceeding the 100 inch allowance for car's The Citicar does the usual ride
.battery charge. The battery can be charged overnight. nbt give nor can you buy ;
newspaper or magazine advertisement and for distributing During road tests Hardy said the car reached a speed of 52 one with air conditioning. Brown said.A .
campaign material under dorm doors.A miles per hour. He said after the battery was perfected it test drive will reveal some other limitations.! Driving
PRELIMINARY HEARING was held last night to should go 60 m.p.h. Citicar is'a little like riding a horse. Smoothness is not the
determine if the complaints were valid. Hardy said he gets strange looks from people around whenhe's Citicar's major attribute.
Enholm said if Florida Student Party is found guilty of any out driving. .
violations the party can be fined $25 receive a public "I was at the supermarket and this guy thought I had BROWN SAID the only maintenance required is to'check
reprimand receive a cease and desist order. transmission trouble. He didn't associate the sound with the the batteries once a week and refill them with distilled water
Enholm said a complaint was filed by Rick Phoenix 1UC, car" when necessary.
for distributing flyers in dorms after hours. Hardy said maintenance on his car is minimal. '. Another additional cost would be replacement of the'
ENHOLM SAID CANDIDATES are not allowed to "The batteries,which are the biggest expense $370, have to batteries every 12,000 to 18,000 miles at a cost of$320.
campaign door-to-door in UF dormitories between the hoursof be replaced about every two years but that's it," he said. In Gainesville, recharging costs would be $1.75 a week to
11 p.m. and 8 a.m. run the car a maximum of-SO miles a day.
Joe Rugg 4AS, filed a complaint against Florida Student "TilE CAR IS PRETTY reliable, but it needs to be The UF department of building services will be getting a
Party for distributing material in dorms purchased during the smoothed out," Hardy said. Citicar from Miller-Brown Volkswagen to use for a month
run-off election. The car tends to leap forward when it moves from a stopped beginning May 1.
The election law does not permit any new material pur- position from gear to gear. :
chased for use after the spring general election to be used in For the do-it-yourselfer. Hardy recommends buying the "WE WILL BE running a cost comparison test between it
the run-off election Enholm said. smallest and lightest rear-engine car available. The lighter' the and a gas run car," said William H. Stensgaard of the
DIRECTOR OF ELECTIONS Scott Simmons said Florida building services division."If .
Student Party reported the paper used on the flyers on their the electric car proves to be more economical we might
campaign statement Monday before the general election. consider: buying one," said Stensgaard.The .
Rugg said, "The material must have been bought after the building services department using pickup trucks to
general election because it has a ,quote from former do two person inspections of buildings on campus.
Grassroots Reform..Organization presidential candidate Ross
Thompson 'on it." < vas r., STENSGAARD SAID they don't need trucks to do the job.
Alyce McAdam. Florida Student Pany presidential can- Y The Citicar is constructed of the same plastic used for
didate; said,the material was purchased, before the primary' football helmets. The plastic is soft enough to be pushed in
election.. with a finger and pop back out.
"THE LAW STATES you cannot purchase material but < Bill Beaumont head of marketing for the Sebring
I. does not say you cannot print material previously purchased," < Rr A W Vanguard Company which manufactures' Citicar, said tests
she said. show the Citicar"faired as well as any other car of com
Kenneth Harris, Action pany treasurer and John Winchester parable size ,when involved in accident.."
3BA tiled a complaint stating Florida Student Pany
has had 110 inches'of advertising space in The Alligator- 10 CITICAR, which is sold nationally, has been in productionsince
inches in excess of a 100 inch limit since the general November, 1973. On May 1, the 1,000th car will be
election. produced."We .
McAdam said the advertisement in last Thursday's are the Model T of the electric revival. We are the only
Alligator should not be included in the 100 inch allowance, _. company in the U.S. that mass produces electric cars," said
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because it was purchased before the general election. -ph to by bobWCITICAR Beaumont.
Lana Robinson, 1 1UC and Mary Fitzgerald, 2UC, filed a Brown said he has had the cars for six weeks and has sold
complaint against Florida Student Pany for distributing
campaign materials under dorm doors in violation of cam- .Model T of the electric cars two."I think electric may reach two per cent of all the cars sold
paign regulations. but 1 don't it's going to take over the world," he said.

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I ERA sent to senate floor but 'no'vote predicted. '. .I

By JANET PARK from the meeting because of the death of a close business .. ,
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Several committee members voted "yes" to move the bill to: :. '
The Senate Rules Committee voted 9.7 Tuesday to send the the floor but will vote "no" when the roll 1s called he 'I i
Equal Rights Amendment (ERA)to a vote on the senate floor. predicted. .. ;' j.il't ;
""Don't get your hopes up it's going to get killed. on the Saunders has repeatedly said he is "not philosophically .j.t.. !.,,;
: floor" warned Rules Committee member Sen. Kenneth opposed to the ERA but I'd prefer to see legislation passed: ', ,.= .:;...
'Myers. D-Miami. rather than the Constitution amended." A ': ;;
MYERS SAID the committee meeting room was "packedwith IF RATIFIED, the ERA would become the 27th amend-' '. >
more than 500 people mostly ERA opponents." ment to the Constitution. Thirty-eight states are needed for ,..
The nine senators voting to move the bill to the floor were: ratifiaction; 34 have already ratified it. t
.Committee Vice-Chairman Philip Lewis D-Palm Beach Senate President Pro Tem Alan Trask voted to send the"
George Forestone D-Miami. Jack; Gordon D-Miami Robert ERA to the floor and said he will vote for it there Myers said.
. .Graham, D-Miami Lakes. Myers. Ralph Poston. D-Miami, Trask announced last month he would vote "no" if a'
Roben Saunders D-Gainesville. Dan Scarborough D- proposed citrus boycott to force ERA ratification' --was;.ef*- :' : I I'f
Jacksonville, and Alan Trask. D-Fort Meade. fected."r !: ..;
The'seven opposing senators were: Committee Chairman Trask D-Fort Meade voted in favor of.ratification" last year
Lew Brantley D-Jacksonville, Wyon Gulden. D-Pensacola. and is considered a proponent of ERA.
Tom Gallen. D-Bradenton. Warren Henderson R-Sarasota. His announcement was made in protest of the proposed !
David Lane R-Fort Lauderdale. David McCain R-Tampa. boycott designed to hurt Florida's citrus industry which ,

and John Ware R-St. Petersburg. produces revenue second only to tourists. ... Legislative ActionI .
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Nor will we urge our readers to get out and vote 4 t

in today's runoff elections between Jim Eaton and

Alyce McAdam.

Instead we will offer_ our apologies for a
misleading statement we made in last Friday's

editorial. _
In that editorial we invited readers to come to

the Plaza of the Americas Monday afternoon to .tvr

hear a debate between the two parties' still .in the YIDgNTITY \
running Action and Florida Students. s

The statement we regret read, "it will be the
first time since the beginning of the campaign that q

they will face each other on the issues." \\ '\" \J't \ --- 1

Anyone who wandered on the Plaza that day \ CRISIS'

may have been led by that statement to believe the
issues of the campaign revolved around who could PPI

sling +the most verbal mud or dredge up the most ',; Equal rights yes ERA no

petty grievance against the opposition. .
As candidate after candidate took their place. at I '"' I. l'

I the, podium: it appeared they couldn't wait to get !In'Me very hear Future the flor d ,Senate will t tike up the '' jo play, \\IIh: I IK government: has usl: "app\u
::1 1 -oh the "petty" issues like pending tuition ,ratification of the Equal Right .Amendment.; provisions of the Constftutiun :nanturn's. '...
1 l' :*tc budget cutbacks and moves.to. We can confidently expect that i the debate will 1 be every bit 'remake' the world or to bring,,t Kyth \31>1 iu'>\
a tiuctent; control of the ASF AC fees, so us! uplifting and intelligent as it was io the House.\ The opponent :Judging from past governor it t purloin i '
!*. ,quoting chapter and; verse, will let fly with! the reasonably safe bet that the ERA will 1 bt ,
u .ould spend the rest of their alloted time standard like 1 bathrooms women its
boge>persons, bisexual and..: putt private discrimination. not hard It.
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a 4 king opponents. for sins real or imagined. in foxholes* based Philadelphia Plan tq ota hiring) and'why.
'VVe ,1 learned of insidious plots by Florida Blue ERA SUPPORTERS, hopefully y will makeji. little more 1 realize that the ERA as written addresses:: u-"
Key to interfere with Florida Student Party's right sense. However, from the libertarian point of view their governmental action. It someone could find a .\ .
arguments are also wide of the mark. future courts the of the amend.
to. be. heard (even though some of the Florida to plain wording ?
The debate will revolve around: the question of whether support it without reservation.
Student campaign workers are themselves Blue women should have equal rights under the law. From my own
Key members). We were told of fradulent and point of view this proposition, is beyond argument.The HOWEVER, THERE IS ho way that can be drr I
misleading qualifications of certain Action Libertarian Party (LP) makes its position clear in itsDIl'IAN ERA will be one more tool for the courts and legr.L-nr. I
the future to use in fashioning world in tune with) the
candidates and detailed accounts of how many prejudices.

times members of both parties have missed past r
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SG meetings.And DONERLY Private discrimination on the basis of sex in the area o
hiring for example may not be intelligent behavior. lima.
after the opening statements several
well merit censure from rational people.It .
students elbowed each other to line up in front of L OPINIONcurrent
does not follow from this however that need bod-
the mike for an open question session. we a :
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That the
vast majority were clearly campaign
bureaucracy to enforce those laws.
workers primed to fire loaded questions at the
clear. platform:' "Equality of the rights under law shall not THERE IS ONE area from the libertarian point of view ir I
opposition, painfully
was be abridged by the United States or any political subdivision which the effect of the ERA would be wholly beneficial. Tha
Even so, at least one apparently uncommitted thereof on account of sex race color, creed age national is in the field of "protective" legislation.
student managed to ask the presidential can origin, or sexual preference."
didates about their ideas for restructuring SG. The HOWEVER, DESPITE the striking similarity between than Those are the laws that prevent women from working more
X hours per day or lifting more than Y pounds. These
from both brief. that plank and the ERA the LPdecided overwhelmingly at its
answers were laws interfere with the and
of the
operation marketplace
last convention not to endorse the passage of that amend
The questioning progressed amid charges of ment. disadvantage the women they seek to protect.

ticket fixing past political and even romantic I think it was a wise decision. But these laws can be attacked without the ERA.
indiscretions i and secret fraternity backing. There is a crucial difference between supporting equal Repealing them would be quite sufficient. You don't have to
Those of us who expected something more of an rights for women and supporting an equal rights AMEND use a sledgehammer to swat a fly.

SG campaign at a time when the state university MENT to the Constitution. PERHAPS THERE is a general principle! here.
THE PROBLEM with the latter
student faces the worst crisis in higher educationin leaves for future course of action is that it The road to freedom is never through more laws; it lies in
something Congresses and Supreme Courts the
repeal of old ones.
years felt something of a let down.

Last week we endorsed Jim Eaton and Dan

Lobeck and for what it's worth we still believe Ron Cunningham David Klel
them to be the best qualified of the candidates. The Independent Editur.ln.Chlef: Managl Editor

Unfortunately it seems in the last days of the Florida George Kochanlec Jr. ,Donna BRIgman
campaign Eaton's party too has been drawn into Alligator Photo Editor! Layout Editor

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spotless campaign a state rocking

under the revelations of the Floyd Christians and R.A 'Tony' Kendzior . . I ... . . . .. . ,General)
Edward Gurneys. And perhaps we were a little, James V. Cook . . . . ./. . . . . Assistont General Manager
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unduly harsh when last week we expressed Anne Malphurs . ,. ... ,. . .. . . . . .". . AssIstant (:'ururv Cum nnnr''''Ifill". ln"
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GUIDETO PATHS
ChecklistReprinted
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thorough cleaning and polishing of your
motorcycle is usually a springtime labor of love -
and like love it comes naturally. Butfor, the tougher
nut-and-bolt adjustments, you need a checklist.
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Here's a list which, if followed like a road map, will
asure your making all the necessary checks.
Working from front to back, there are six major
areas with subassemblies, which should commandyour
attention.
Start at the front-wheel assembly. Check air
pressure of the tire. Look for breaks in tread and
side walls. How about spokes? Tighten loose ones.
t Grasp the front wheel with both hands and shakeit
to detect worn or loose wheel bearings. '
Take a wrench to the axle, or axle-cap nuts to
make sure they're tight. Fender braces tight? Check
these, too.
With your bike on the centerstand, squat down in
front of the wheel and shake the fork legs forward
and backward. Any play in the fork-leg bushings
and-or steering-head bearings will be noticeable.If .
CYCLES: a drum brake is fitted, make sure the cable
PREPARING THEM from the handlebar (leve is securely attached to the
brake's cam lever. If it's a disc brake, make sure the
FOR SPRINGTIME V hose and line connections are tight.
DRIVING V <" Now check out the handlebar assembly.
Lubricate the cables to the clutch, front brake and
throttle. For convenience, use one of the injector-
type lubricators. Use the clutch cable adjuster so
that about !Vs-inch of cable is exposed near the end
of the handlebar lever before the clutch plates start
r to separate.
Adjust front-brake cable (drum brake) so that the
hand lever moves about a third of its travel before
the brake bites. Make sure the throttle cable
doesnt bind. .
If you're sitting on the seat, you can determine
play in the steering-head bearings another way:
'Apply the.front brake and place the fingertips of
t your left hand over the gap between the steering
head and the bearing cap. Now rock the bike
forward and backward. If there's any excess play,
you'll feel it with your fingertips. If you have, to
tighten up the bearing cap don't overdo it; the fork

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One of the most frustrating problems of owning a
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However, many costly, but simple, repairs can betaken
care of at a considerable savings if done by the
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T MINOR REPAIRS, such as oil changes, grease jobs,
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Two new auto bay rental stations will open in the
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Check your oil at least once a month. The best time there isn't a lot of back pressure. Some radiator caps Another thing that will cause uneven tire wear Is a
Is when the engine is cool. A good method to follow is have devices built on that will relieve this pressure, if front end that is out of line. This is evident when the
to park the car in a level position overnight, so the oil there Is any. If there Is no safety valve, squeeze the front tires wear unevenly on one side or the other.
will settle evenly in the bottom of the engine. Then, radiator hose. If it squeezes easily there won't be any TO CHECK front end alignment, drive down a
before leaving in the morning, check the oil. (Dolt back pressure. However, some 'radiator hoses are straight and level road, with little traffic, steer the car
I i before the engine is started.) firmer than others, so try squeezing it when the into the center of the road, make sure the car Is going
] } Most eight and six cylinder engines hold four quarts engine! is cool for comparison.The straight and release the wheel, allowing the car to
( of olf.| However, when changing the oil filter with the water level in the radiator should be an Inch to steer itself. The car should be traveling about 20 to 30 a
I oil add an extra quart. an inch and a half from the top of the.radiator. This mph. If the car veers off to one side, the front end is
) FOUR-CYLINDER engines take a quart less. allows room for expansion when the water is heatedup. probably out of line. This is one job, however, that a
Oil and filter should be changed every 3,000-6,000 professional mechanic should take care of. R
miles. IF THE RADIATOR boils over, never pour in cold The front end should be greased every 10,000 to
The car owners manual should be checked for the water while the.engine is still hot. Wait for the engineto 15,000 miles. However, if the car has been driven
proper type and weight oil that the car requires. Most cool down or you could crack the engine block through a lot of puddles and standing water, the
cars today take multi weight oils. Do not overfill the the engine is just running hot, but It hasn't boiled over grease will have a tendency to be washed away a lot
engine.ITS yet, slowly pour cool water on the radiator with the sooner.if .
A GOOD idea to check the water level in the engine,still running. But don't remove the radiator cap the front end goes without grease for a prolonged
battery the same time the, oil is checked. until the engine is running at a normal temperature.There period of time, it could ruin the ball joints, which are
The proper water level is up to the little rings inside are several methods to prolong tire life. The expensive to replace. .
f the plastic cylinders covered by the battery caps. easiest is maintain ,the proper tire pressure. The Most cars should need a tune-up every 6,000.10,000miles.
Some sports cars suggest distilled water be used in proper pressure is written on every tire, and a generalrule A properly tuned car will not only give better
,their batteries. The owners manual should be checked for most tires is 28-32 pounds per square inch. gas mileage, but will improve performance and
for this. Radial tires, although they cost more are, better in reduce wear and tear on the engine.
Another thing to keep in mind is that battery terms of, mileage In the life of the tire and gas Gas mileage is also reduced by jackrabbit starts i
cables should be kept tight and free of acid. Acid mileage. They also ride and comer better. which put strain on the transmission and drive train. ,
looks like a white powder and can be encrusted on WIDE TIRES offer little more than looks. Those that Whenever possible, ease into traffic rather than
the contacts. A quick way to get rid of it is to pour a are specially designed for racing give better traction zipping in between cars.
baking soda and water solution over the cables and and comer stability. However, on most cars wider tires Keep a record of when any repair work is done and
anywhere else on the'battery covered with the acid. will increase the chances of losing control in wet the mileage on the car at the time.
HOWEVER, FOR A longer lasting method, take the weather. These records will tell you when a tune up or oil
cables off the battery and clean them thoroughly and Over- and under inflated tires will cause the change is due. ,
I then 'coat the cables and terminals liberally with tread to wear unevenly. Over-inflated tires will beginto By following these' suggestions chances are you
( Vaseline Petroleum Jelly. loose the tread in the center of the tire before the will not only save money on costly repairs, but time
I When checking the water in the radiator, make sure_ outsides. Under Inflated tires will do just the opposite. and aggravation.

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should turn easily from side to side. on the seat, allow at least '/4-inch play. If the bike is GYCIFACCESSOR It I
Check the wiring harness where It goes aroundthe the t
on centerstand so the rear wheel is off the
steering head.connectors.Inspect all lights,' switches, ground, allow about 1 IVi to !1'1a: Inch play. Withweight
wiring and snap off the rear tire, the chain "relaxes" more, i' .-.
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Check your battery,. too. Unless you've been allowance :
so must be made. When adjusting the
running your bike, an Inactive battery discharges chain
turn each wheel adjuster an equal numberof
quickly. If It needs a boost, use low.. ampere turns or "flats." <, "
charging ((1.3 amps.) Lubrication; A dry chain wears faster and robs
Drain the gas tank and carburetor. If the bike has from
power the engine. A few tips about I
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around
sat may need lubrication
: Never apply the lube onto the middle
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Check out the, various nuts and bolts in the Instead / for: STREET
apply it to the edges of the linkplates, so it
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mounts, head stay and upp r.frame'tube.. If they're pinsbushingsrollers.An (
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rtlTOR.In his letter \,t April 16 Mike Ir t tei "
,. of poorly feawlUd; : insertion!*: retard! ,",gh not without difficulty, would be _::"sWf Despite; !.tr5)nf) ; esistuJ.c at, lirst! legislative' ill ittjpisvhange .'I''
I' \ II" "I.I 11',1,1 1 i 11,1 i the enforcement of pni'Iavidson's '": .t..tt '- -' t .
I loin asserts that, gun arc a basic Pin \1'1t't'1Can, prerhibkj "> '& : :i\\. : Jong held, atutucies :\
1\ that legislation cannot change attitudes. arguments are based: 'he' ftP IT: WAS ALSO uinciuled\that! sever mandates $, ,..ktot'tosarmrelated ,' "
II I II I legislate would; violatf, .the Sen Amendment: that gun "yJUIJi, ontnil legislation would mutt hi total 'prohibit f* :*|; crimes'' uldb li'a;fMfec*-dfeemr thdll i
< ""n,t <,titlitiOn.u.ft+ : increased; : penalties for related ,,, In fact, the majority of proposed gun control would restrictive gun lonuol: legislation Such an .tfjj ,m\'inalJiough .
nits would act as arpjective dCIL'ITcnllhan gun legislation would restrict ownership of certain types of f ,, ,\ not) f'completely v\ ithoiu menu:. jpftfeftft a tp i:tm ,>n.>,ttr t tI
legislationAlthough! would gun Iirearmsu\uaUy hand ,gunslaod would require registrar tntro This distlnetiftn is of importance tor two reasons, When one commits a I crime hejiees-not eon i t. ''te p'
; ( : otjhe: ( "' bttte are \yj pan true!! L :'avi lop wwp ,jfeu&t. there would he far less resistance i toa'. partial prehension '
important, dis'tinctioJH t | d draws specious inalogics, and fails to restriction than there would be to total prohibition. Davidson himslef points out::the failure 01 i "1' min ll
take into account important; factors relating to his assertions SECOND, A PARTIAL restriction greatly diminishes the penalites involving crimes of passion Since !-li", arc .inessential
ALTHOUGH GUN ownership is indeed a basic pan of constitutional argument Davidson puts forth. Assuming the instrument in the commission ol number ot crimes
American society the ownership of guns is not nearly so Second Amendment provides tor an individual right to keep it would be tar more logical l to reduce.the"availability of guns
widespread as the use of alcohol or tobacco. The intent of gun and bear arms (a questionable assumption) restrictive than impose more severe penalties IF and when criminals .in'
control legislation is to protect the general public from the use Jcgilationould not necessarily be unconstitutional. apprehended Penalties !should be used in addition to gun
of a dangerous instrument. The primary intent of prohibitionwas If there are other' overriding considerations constitutionalrights control, not as an alternative
to protect individuals from substances to be used by may be restricted For example', the Supreme Court has ALTHOUGH GUN control legislation! would not providean
themselves solely on their own bodies. upheld !legislative restrictions on the exercise of the First instant solution to the problem of gun-related crimes, the
Resistance to legislation proscribing behavior dangerousonly Amendment rights of freedom of speech and freedom of the passage of !such legislation would provide a starting point,
to i individuals themselves has always been greater than press In flew of the number of crimes committed involving Over the long run !such legislation could greatly reduce the
opposition to other' types of restrictive legislation. In short, firearms it is unlikely that restrictive legislation concerning the incidence of such crime.
gun control laws and prohibition are not analogous. use of firearms would not be upheld. Debating the weaknesses of gun control legislation would
of fairly complex have no effect on the incidence ot related crime. Although
result a manufacturing process, making It was also stated that legislation could not change social gun
home production extremely difficult only a partial answer to the problem a federal gun law is
mores. Until very recently segregation of the races was a basic
THIS DIFFERENCE IN manufacture has important part of the social fabric ol the South. Legislative and judicial needed now
consequences concerning the enforcement of restrictions and decisions outlawing !segregation have resulted in greatly Larry Tropp'
prohibition Enforcement of restrictions on the ownership of
changed attitudes regarding; !segregation and intergration. 3LW


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EDIT("M j I k.. ';,?ibch.uges. have) l been leveled g4iluiiii ,' .
concer' A ,. ;, ; i;,i lJl1 to the Parkin
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t'1UUil.tf:, I"" ''':ho. !iiu3;; Ken a u relatively UW; } loHllj,;
errs t(11 he k:generating into a campaign, 'which: ,i i-
ereasingls indulging in the purposeful use of hajt-lrutli
distortions! '
Till: LETTER written! 'by UF Executive Vice,.Prtrswcnt
Harold Hanson removing me from ,the. Parking and TI, an
!spoliation Committee was written with my assent, 1 was fully
aware that due to class and other scheduling conflicts I had
been missing and would probably continue to miss such

committee meetings ,
1 noted this to Steve Merryday, and to the members of the
committee and asked if different meetings times could be
arranged. When it became apparent that satisfactory meeting
times could not be arranged it was suggested that I be
removed from the committee and another person. appointed.
,I agreed. ,
The letter written by Hanson was in fact written only to
officially confirm that I would leave the committee. Fur'
thermore I had agreed to leave the committee substantially in
advance of the publicatjon date on the letter. The implicationthat
I was unwillingly removed from the committee which is a
result of the half-truth presentation of the letter from Hanson
is therefore unfounded and untrue. .

---IKEBP: FOR&TTN&( yoi/ve/ :NEVER SEEM -me pegiNNiNg OF THIS Ttwueu* ,HOPE THIS letter will clear up any false implicationsthat
resulted from the Florida Student Party ad that ran

Monday., Caleb Grimes


U.S. -military- aid not imperialistic. I. VP candidatesare

by the a) Do you deny the fact that hundreds of children have been
pamphelt
EDITORs This letter is in reference to a
Revolutionary Student Brigade attacking U.S. military made both parentless and homeless by the recent fighting and depressingEDITOR
humanitarian action must be taken to save these
that
some
attitude
presence in the Mid.East aand Southeast Asia. The : It is depressing to hear the, group .of "yes-
expressed in the pamphlet was so one-sided as well as naive, I human beings? people" who are being interviewed for vice-president of
telt the other side must speak out. b) Do you also deny that while our "imperialist" govern- academic affairs.
Referring to the statement "liberation forces in Vietnamare ment has abided by the Paris Peace Agreements the They all agree that UF is,on its way to "greatness;" but
marching to victory, but the government and the press are "liberation" forces of North Vietnam and the National because funds are tight not every department (nor the other
distormg' this victory by using the so-called 'March of Tears' Liberation Front continue to treat the ,agreements as a universities!) can ,expect to be great so "priority decisions"have
and the plight of 'war orphans to cover the evaction of worthless !scrap of paper and by their actions have made the to be made. But don't worry: students faculty and
military and governmental personnel..' "March of Tears" possible? administrators all will have "imput." The University shouldnot
I WISH TO ASK the RSB. the 1'0110ing questions: SECONDLY, THE I RSB speaks strongly about "Im give up its goal of being a "flagship," though the nine
perialist plans for the Middle East" and talks of Shah of Iranas universities will have, to "cooperate" more in the future and
"the puppet of the U.S. However if the Shah was,our we cannot follow the'"myth of equality" tor all state schools.
puppet would our "imperialist"government allow him ,to They 1 all believe in "fair wages and grievance procedures" for
The Independent turn oft and on the oil which supplies'our economy at his own UF employees but they all also deplore the "impersonal,"
tree will? The pamphlet never mentions the fact that U.S "polarizing.," and "anti-intellectual" nature of collective'
Florida Alligator presence is meager compared with the USSR. Or does not the bargaining."
KSB know that the Soviet Union has been !supplying the HOW I WISH the candidates would stop the self-serving
Gary Balano'f' :armies ot Iraq. Syria Libya Algeria. Kuwait, Egypt Yemen, 'rhetoric and show that they really are (if they are) familiar
Sh.lla Draper Associate. EditorG.org. etc. as well as sending in advisers to train these armies. with w hat is going on in Florida higher education and what to
Entertainment Editor The real question is whether the Revolutionary Student do about it. (If our students were as blind and rote, we would
Kocham e Jr Brigade is wise enough to tell the difference between military flunk them.) How can the University be all these good things' f
Photo Editor .assistance and true Imperialism. and shun the bad without changing the structure and,actions
that have led to our present situation? That i is what the new

Greg Fonr.r Tom Shrod vice president should face ,up to
Kevin V, Boshea
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"This is NOT the Hemp Plan for ,
university! reorganization." Bryan: 'Out of This
With that preamble Interim Vice Presi-
dent for Academic' Robert Bryan then Can Come Sensible
described what he termed"a talking plan"to
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the Council of Academic Deans at its Suggestions...
latest meeting. IV
"This document is designed to excite and English, fundamental mathematicsand
discussion, consideration and proposalsfrom mathematics, humanities and clas-
you and the faculty," Bryan said. sics, anthropology and geography, I Germanic {
"Out of this can come sensible suggestionsfor and Slavic languages and litera-
reorganization of the University." tures with romance languages and litera-
The document Bryan referred to is a tures, religion and philosophy, physical
four-page outline of proposed college and education for men and physical educationfor
departmental and college mergers initially !- women, advertising and public rela- ? { f
distributed by Interim Assistant tions, engineering sciences and mechanical -
Vice-President for Academic Affairs Gene engineering, and civil engineering and
,Hemp to the 7-faculty-member Academic environmental engineering sciences. It
Advisory Council and later to the Councilof would abolish the departments of American -

Academic Deans. Institutions, behavioral studies,physi- ik
Hemp describes the proposal as"a work cal sciences,and vocational,'technical and
paper..not a proposal for action but one to adult education. The proposed departmental .. ,,, iiWl,

provoke discussion of how changes, if any, reorganization would reduce department New Guide for HandicappedAssistant
may be made in the current/academic chairmen by 13. -
V administrative structure to enhance the Off-Campus Housing Dean for Student Services provides a "campus accessibility chart,"
coordination and capabilities of the educa- Joyce Taylor, right, allows UF's first which gives pertinent Information on
tional and research activities."He told the Directories Available Handbook for Disabled Students to Jour elevators, ramps, hazardous areas and
''t deans it is "an aggregate of suggestionsfrom whichlist nalism senior Elsie Davis. Copies of the other details of Interest to students with,
directories
Off-Campus housing ,
a large number of people."
handbook mailed
recently published were mobility problems.
rates and terms for major apartment
Plans for a proposed reorganizationwere in to all disabled students earlier this month.
developments Gainesville ((6,950 apart-
announced President Robert P'
by ments available at the Copies are available to others in Student ..:?
), are off-campus
Marston at the last meeting of the Faculty 4fV
Services, 129 Tigert HalL The handbook
office at the of S.W. 13th
housing corner '
Senate. He told the Senate, "I'm well Street and Museum Road. The office is offers advice. to students with physical ;- \-o:
aware of the time and effort and waste that
limitations on routine procedures and
open weekdays 8 a.m. to noon and 12:30: t
can be involved in shuffling around "
4:30 "
organizational boxes. But,this is a time p.m. 1
that has not occurred in this country since ; i l
the 30's. ...It'is a time that Justifies doing Golf Club Pool Accepting \ Iy

things and so I've asked Bob Bryan, I've
i asked others and I will ask the committeesof Membership Classes Planned
the Senate to begin looking very ;

seriously at old reorganization plans and 'The Golf Club which will is
University swimming pool, open May 17, now
at new reorganizations plans. accepting summer memberships from the University community at the Pro Shopon DEflDLIHESGraduate
Bryan reemphasized to the deans what Newberry Road west of the Holland Law Center. Costs are: students,$60 or$15
4 a, he had stated at an earlier meeting with per month; faculty and staff, $75; and alumni, $100..Pool hours are noon. 6 p.m.
them, "We Just can't continue with thingsas Monday through Saturday and 16 p.m. Sundays.The .
usual"He said that each college needsto pool will also provide swimming instructions for pre-school children of Record Exam
ask itself, ",Is the current organization members of the University community on a first come-first served basis.Charge is
responsive to academic needs?" and to $8 per child and sessions will be held May 19-June 12, June 16-July 10 and July Students taking the Graduate Record
look especially at whether current organi- 14-August 7. A Junior Lifesaving Course will be taught June 16-July 10. Exam this Saturday should report to'
zation is the "most helpful" to students.The Further information may be obtained by telephoning 3924689. Carlton Auditorium no later than 8:30: a.m.
"talking plan" of reorganizationwould The admission ticket received from ETS
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establish the five Colleges of and proper identification should be
Architecture; Biological Sciences; Hu- 'Energy Consciousness'Four Closes TonightMembers brought.

manities, Fine and Performing Arts; ; UF professors will come together
of the audience will be able to Masfer's Abstracts
Education, Health and Recreation; and
tonight for panel and open discussion as participate. in discussion following the
and Institute for
Social Sciences
an the final program on "Energy and panel presentation. Monday,is the last day for submission of
Science, Technology and Engineering in Conciousness" sponsored by the Arts and Master's abstracts to the Editorial Officeat
place of the existing six Colleges of Science and University College Councils. Faculty members who will participateare 280 Grinter Hall.
and Fine Arts Arts and
Architecture
; From widely divergent academic disciplines Dr. Solon Kimball, graduate research Monday is also the last day the Editorial
Sciences; Education; Engineering; Physi- the four will concentrate on professor of anthropology; Prof. Harry Office will accept the yellow copy of the $8
Health and
cal Education Recreation
; whether it is most advantageous for Merritt, professor of architecture; Dr. library binding fee receipt.
and University College. humankind to plan toward a low: or high Hugh Campbell, associate professor of
The "talking of plan" would combine the energy society, The open meeting will nuclear engineering sciences, and Dr. Grad School 'Open Doo'r'
departments comprehensive English begin at 8 p.m. in ,McCarty Auditorium. Rafael Lusky. '
Dean Harry H. Sisler will keep his office
Senior Leader Nominal; ions Sought
Arns 'Interview open today from 3 to 5 p.m., Room 223
Members of the University communityare The awards are given quarterly by the Grinter Hall, to talk with graduate
asked to submit nominations for the UF Alumni Association. Presentation of RescheduledDr. students without appointment about any

outstanding male and female leader of the spring awards will be at Commencement, Robert Arns professor and vice- matter they wish to discuss with him or his
spring graduating class by Monday, April June 14.Goals. chairman of the Department. Physics at staff. "Open Door" meetings are held the
28 to Dean for Student Services Tom Task ForceThe Ohio State University who was previouslyscheduled second and fourth Wednesday of each
Goodale, 123 Tigert Hall. to meet Thursday with the month.
No specific grade point average is Goals Task Force, established by Search and Screen Committee as a
required for candidates, but nominations President,Marston to plan for the Univer candidate for Vice-President for ACA- Grad Council MeetingThere

should include information on quality of sity's future,will meet from 9 a.m. to noon demic Affairs, has re-scheduled his inter-: will be a meeting of the Graduate
student's participation in University' activ- Friday in the President's Board: Room 226 view for Friday at 1:30 p.m.lo 264 Grinter Council Thursday, at 1:30:: p.m., in Room
ities. :Tigert. Hall. 264, Grinter Hall.P. .

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ByTERRISALT said reluctantly "the land is now restricted for private use."
Alligator Staff Writer He described rolling wheat fields broken by fences."I .
the felt as if 1 were in a maze" the poet said describing the
Sitting cross-legged on a grey fur rug incense burned trapped feeling fences bring.
around him.Singing "WE'RE BEING closed in by our own ranks," he continued
with the humming sounds of his harmonium Allen saying he wants to "escape", go go out in "a big wave
Ginsberg led about 200 people gathered in the darkness and body surf; go out in the redwoods leaning with my back
around Graham Pond Saturday night in a soft soothing vocal against a tree and watch a butterfly land on a redwood rose"
meditation. With a smile he said,,"I want to be a mammal patriot not
HOLDING EACII NOTE for several Seconds the poet's an American patriot," and was greated with laughter and
voice trailed up and down for nearly five minutes. applause.
The next day sitting casually on a couch in the home of UF Snyder with expressive kindly eyes reddish beard and hair
environmental engineer Dr. Howard Odum Ginsberg a tied back in a knot uses the themes "do more with less" and
student of Buddhism said he led the mantra "To share the "learn to do a small thing well."
HESER VE FOR calm and emptiness of the space we inhabited together." He tied Confuscious' words "the inferior man elaborates on
Wearing the orange shirt and jeans of the night before the his mistakes" with the energy problem saying man is making
poet explained his part in UF's "Energy Consciousness" "momentous decisions with long lasting impact on the
activities."A biosphere.
ANDSflVfcAFTEB LOT OF my poetry is based on observations of the use "MAN DESIRES to feel real," he said describing the
of science and industrial damage" he:: }aid. business executive who finally saved enough to buy a "27 foot
APRIL 30thi Describing this country as a "petrochemical wonderland. ," fishing boat." '
he went on to recite "Dirty alchemy destroys the house." It's not the, wealth but the "feeling real the vividness of
He and two San Francisco Renaissance poets Michael being we seek" he said pointing out that primary life offers
McClure and Gary Snyder were brought together with energy these rewards without using high energy.
i per month scientists to stimulate awareness and appreciation of man's The future holds "marvelous possibilities of recycling
relationship with the earth and its ecosystem. skills" using low energy and existing in harmony with other
only 25 yards from McCLURE, author of the Janis Joplin song "Lord Won't creatures of the.planet he said.
campus
You Buy Me A Mercedes Benz" said "I'm not interested in SNYDER, who grows his own food and uses no electricityin
individual; bedroom sshatj an energy crisis." his day to day life, said "I would live no other way." He
The soft-spoken man gave an occasional friendly smile as paused and then stretching each word out said "And it is
: he said his interest is "the relationship between poetry and beautiful."
biology." UF's "Energy Consciousness" has brought' poets and
"Remember we are an organism," he said stressing the scientists together to share their feelings experiences and
biological relationships of all systems of the planet. research.
SUNDAY EVENING in a panel discussion with Odum and Odum describing this blending of interests said it is the
nuclear physicist Harry Com berg, McClure recalling the "business literature to lead us in our thinking." and that of
mountains and rivers of his childhood in Kansas stopped and science to "understand and predict."


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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI The Alachua County Commission approved Tuesday a
Alligator Staff Writer ', "sliding scale" to be used to determine the cost of family
72-3557
planning services to families who request the service.
Family Planning Services available at the Alachua County
Health Depanment will no longer be free to all county TilE SIZE OF the family and the total family income
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1. residents.Citybudgetcure.
would determine a family's ability to pay.


For example a family of four which earns up to $7,500 a
year would not be charged for the service while a family of
four with a total income between $8.000 and $12,000 a year
would be charged $15.
includes tax hike.

The maximum fee a family would be charged is$25.
By JUDY MOORE

SD Alligator Staff WriterA THE FEE INCLUDES family planning services for one
year according to Dr.'BEd Byrne the County's Health Officer.
propeny tax increase of one mill was one of several The fee would cover the cost of birth 'control pills, V.D.
recommendations made the Gainesville City Commission
by tests and pap smears Byrne said.
Monday night in a plan to help cure the city's more than $2
, million projected 1975.76 budget deficit.
The commission also decided from
money generated the
increased would allow restoration of the Hotel
The revenue
fees must be returned to the County Health Unit Trust Fundto
. 14 N.W.. 13th Street Thomas which will be used as city government offices -
Gainesville Florida and the construction of phase two of the Northeast Com support the family planning' program.

munity Center. THE ALACHUA COUNTY Health Depanment was
PHONE 377-1413
THE COMMISSION accepted a bid by M.M. Parrish to
delegated the power to make minor adjustments in the
Bags begin restoration of the Hotel Thomas in the only concrete financial eligibility levels in order to comply with federal and
action taken. state guidelines if required.The .
1 Regular.$1.50 The one mill increase which would gain an estimated

2 Bacon...........?. 1.50 $395,808 in revenues would raise taxes $1 a year for each commission approved the fee scale by a vote of four to

3 Breakfast ........................................... 1.40 $1,000 The commission of appraised approved property.the plan 3-1 at the close of along one with Commissioner John Wershow dissenting.

4 Cheese ............................... 1.40 argumentative meeting during, which Mayor Neil A. Wershow said under the new plan he was 'afraid the
5 Corn Beef........,................................ 1.80 Butler admitted raising property taxes was "politically" commission would discourage "indigent people" from using

8 Doggie .............................................. 1.30 explosive.COMMISSIONER. the, family planning services."I .

7 Ham .......................;......................... 1.50 )Talbot was absent JAMES for the G.second Richardson straight dissented.week becauseof W.S. would rather delay action on this until the federal
8 Ham and Cheese................................ 1.70 (Tiny illness. government prepares its own guidelines" for charging family
9 Hard Sal.aml............:.:.:. 1.70 Richardson opposed the millage increase and the planning service fees he said.Doctorauth.or.

.10 Meatball..........,................................ 1.50 restoration of the Hotel Thomas."I .
11Roast Beef .<.......................1.90 think we'should mothball the construction on the Hotel

12 .Salami.............................................. 1.50 Thomas.mitment with We need the Northeast to keep a Center hard line.and it We should have get a com un to talk/

13 Sausage............................................ 1.70 derway." Richardson said.
14 Tuna..............j................................. 1.50 OTHER DIRECTIVES of the plan were: on obstetric technique

15 Turkey.............................................. 1.50 .five per cent cut in operational,costs '
.eight per cent transfer: of utilities funds. Dr. Frederic LeBoyer author of'Birth Without Violence
Toasted Roll .30 .six per cent maximum on pay' raises will: speak on changes in obstetrical procedure Thursday at 8
Soda .30 and .40 Pickle .20 $150.000 deferred capital outlay for new equipment p.m. in the Medical Sciences Building Auditorium pn the
large Iced Tea .30 Chips| .20 .SI l 'million general revenue bond issue, : second floor.LeBoyer '
Orange Juice .35 Coffee -20 In the original budget package Introduced by Conv has initiated techniques intended' make birth
missioner Russell Ramsey a 1.66 millage hike and a $1.9 less shocking to infants such as' massaging instead of ,
million bond issue were proposed. spanking the baby to get breathing started.
FAST FREE DELIVERY Ramsey accepted the approved package with final Admission is 75 cents for students and $1.50 for non-
alterations suggested by Commissioner Joseph Little. students.
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'73 Kawasaki. 350 6,500 mi, sissy bar & klem piano for sale excellent condition: Safe 'used drum sets:' excellent THE FAIL RUSH APARTMENTS are a DRAGI owr room in Someone needed to Arredondo shore 1972 Village mobile

rock ...U.nl cond asking $800 price call 377.6542 Chos after? 5pm $350 or condition, also stereo sound systems Now it the time to look for that trysts 01 r new home with a half-acre ''a:ploy.on home 2 bedrooms +H utilities
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negotiable phone. 373.9322 (a..51-11 16-p) bps! offer (o-5t-ll8p) call 629-4006 after 6 pm osk about free apt for the summer or fall quarter Call NO IEASEI' air-cond.: S.W. section Ring- pool, tennis coOrls ,mo .

1970 VW Good Condition, new tires and literature, and mailing, address ((0.51-119. todoy'f'r 3.77-6992 (b-6Ot-112.pj) ) 376-5766 (QSt-120-p) _____ Call 373.7455 _
used
$250
Prue divers welch never or
best offs size water bed with, brakes $700. Call 377-1452 9am to 12 P) ._- __ female graduate student own room In GOLD 4 SILVER Top prices paid l tor claw
frame $28 312.8070 any Urn*. 7 16.' noon, Mondoy-frldoy (o5tH7ptWedding ) Stereo( components 20-40 percent off large, comfortable o-c house with law t WANTED ring*, old Jewelry, etti confidential. Call
Bands & list all motor brands available all graduate iludentt-one block to normon / -105-p) .* *.
blue carpet $1$. 372-8672; .5. pm (a-5l" Engagement Rings .OZZtf 373-3894 ;,e-
guaranteed call Tom Hah at 372,1460between hall 372s1597.. (thSM 1 ) "
"1 16 Traditional. ot: Contemporary desTgns'&fyour ; fl jj L' jr l"I 'vsr*
plIRISH> ......._ choice, Handmade for Individualswho I pm t 9 pm (CI-5t-12O-p) SUMMER' W#t 1 boVwH at 1 or 2,f errHiW ooqiatei to'.Io\ 2 bd'rn( ,i J}! responsible femole*roommateilWr
SETTER PUPPIES American. kennel wont the best Original. work by dishwshr grbg disposal, close to campus, 2 bath apt Williamburg $67+i'...VH" close **hexryear wanted"Wihore 7 bedroom
club paper wormed 2' moles and 1 South's Leading Artists Master Gold overlooks pool 392-1975 day 3780838rrr to campus pool oc furnished fall call windmeadows, apt 75.00 + '/' utilities.
female call V26294 after 5 pm and Smith and lopidist. Unconditioned FOR RENT ht |(b5t-118p) lune of jane 378-1274 (t-5l-H7p) call after 6 378-1903 ask for Jo Lynn (c>

weekisndsJo_ict< 1 117.p)_ Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only Own room ,in 2 bar opt 2 blks from Buying 45rpm ond.78if>m records, old 5EW.-:( ) _______
stereo pfeamp\ i amp 60 watt dynaco 373-3B94. (491.105-p) WE CAN HELP'YOU FIND A HOME OR .campus April rent free 372-2113 (b.&- and new See mark in opt 26 t 1216 l SW

r. r manual shore' male d, dynaco as Invest m o Sony TC-350 stereo reel to APARTMENT. Joel Bridges; Realtor 404 119-c.)_ 2nd eve (colonial manor) evenings, or

; ', 392-8153_'.3 4t-117 p) reel recorder for the price of about 25 S.W. 4th avenue; 377-700. (B.5T-lp4- Avail, Fall QIr.I. leave message under doory (c-lt-115-p) I _

( 'ump equip, p&racom + cont $300, albums ($100)) Analyzed at Couches Chg) ., ._ I I. 2 br Home. NW sect. Air heat STOP tuition, hikes and cutbacks. People
k 'opo t case 3'75. 24' reserve. $60, also within,' OrigInal specs, sound on !sound, 3 READ THIS furnished concerned with quality, I its higher 1t .
ielli,ig luo.ti t/alt. french boots call heads ".'Itle. Also Harmon Kordon 330 Moving anytime between Now A Sept. 2 2 bdr $110 Cottages Air heat education m Florida please call CQE at

ob aft tOp 1 "flQI7 (o5t-l1Bp) receiver, $125. Deal on both 373-9361 Let us rent your house or apt at no cost 3 4 br-2 bo NW sect, near Santa' Fe 373.5596 or :377-1851 (c-9M1-p) __
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--- 37J- (( -fr.II.5.p) ) Wont quiet serious mole,'student share
miles
( starter-ISO
1975 Hondo 360-electric
LAST 2 DAYS/! only warranty-save $$on this new bike own br m one of MogtowrVi finest' ; quiet UF"'A small deposit" will hold' 1 BR apt Rent at colonial 800 for Manor toll I qoortei block, from On

2:05 4:09 mu'i sell $1.029. firm call art 372-4356- house, wood ourqhbj; (|hutch \gardenchicken ., United Real Fstoto. Assc' campus ,
N W Urh S' 5 55 7,45 9:45: 3738144pm_'. .((0.$1-H8pA ) coop, woods yard, basement 3776992 Howard-? .378O5H _AL :'.. S I M9-p_ /!))
s ia eon porki4 reasonable, clbso>> 37><96IO (fb L.. .
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ROOKS' i rtLkrHuNT PROPERTY call JOEI 51..7.) ____ I (\ CC -
Need Ig Ibr sm 2br duplex 0' ''eollld'. W"; l" t"" I currushed I
I ) of WD Mason Co Inc or opt o- t r
) I coti6 a-close to ,, mobile 1'10/1'/ 'f" I to
I.'A C47f19_ (io-3t-l 1(8 l( p) \ cainpuvsummer qn t- rsi
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$tlOOnio (negatiable-d) >'sperot.*l HHttofny campus ideal f tof / ? iCu"'
I I' 11" t M. car stereo $79 installed.dt'ki '
\40 motith $40( Pr JAq I
3q2.74B4. ( "ii)
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I' 'I i may decK $49, electric/ guitar ) 1 ,
imp ijnd speaker $39 ,, SW lOch Two prearoytjfonai( student looking' 11120PL. _
'" pm $29 oaf 377-8267 (o-5t-H8-p) for twp male students with similar: In len>ale manure o' 1')(> i will or. i ,
.lerests dnd goalr'to there an opt ot"country fOI p".a, y w '0"' ''i .orpe! w 1
Sie,"0 Sony <.as....* like new of- gardens, walking, di."t from dos Ntentroluu; tisun 1 deck oo; '
;emt; heads, 8 blank tnoes, lists at ISO campus, ask tar|jim or lorry 3h.20e8 ib-' .Iourodry+Vrn 1 block from campus $ft\, i ir
nuisi sell for 100 or bast offer Jeff 61.1 17.p) / 'i'. utilities roll. 377.7982 (bStlZU f I' _
Brothorston' 372.9466.. (o-4t-H9p) J
7 2:104:10N ROOMMATE NEEDED bedroom in, 2 feedioom, L both furnished apt to
FOR SAlE 10 by 35 furnished mobile plush Gatorwood Apt. $8750t- ''n sublet for summer Close to campu
w. 13w' 6:007:4.59:35: home complete with,' two a-c + tool utilities Call 377-4796 Ask for Mike or Pool tennis. sauna, central air 378.5956
shed. $900. call 372.1246 till, Friday or Alan (sum qlr ) (b-5t-l6-p' ) after 6pm (-5l-l20-p)_

SYLVIA KRISTELLebyouJeelpood come by lot 232 or office of mobile city 8'x28' mobile, home close to mall, quiet,
after then. trailer' for sole Is No. 3790( ALL RENTS SLASHEDI I
utilities air
$80-momh + + deposit
lOl-120-p) Special Summer Rates
( ) conditioned, 392-6074 Allen leave
(1968 Mercury Cougar Air-Automatic-. $100 to $125 PER MO. message (b-ll-120p)}
withoutfling bad. radio-Excellent asking 700 also used 6- All units, 2 BR, furnished with air, Luxury
foot I Kenmore refrlg 75.00 call Bill, ( at features electric bill only 15-mol for 2 bdrm. 2 bth t
392.9663 in Broword (o-5t.l20p) Available for lease through Aug. 31st apt rent 226-mo no other expenses call ,
Emmanuelle nikkor 205mm $170, Vivitar, 35mm $65, Prairie View Mobile Village. 3772741 to sublet (b-3t-)120.p) i. i i i i ? i
( 378-4411 373-3284
nikkor, 105mm $170, samison fisheye Furnished 2 bedroom opt to sublet for l1f Gr Mls1e4.jl
Available 7:3081000 t
to new tenants only
45 sekonic meter $30, must sell, or best summer qtr. cln city,close to med center, : ;

4t e s text w offers call Mike at 377-4436 (o-St-I20- (b-St.116-p) oc, overlooks pool, 185-mo + utilities,. 3331.8th. At., $71.3113
coll 372.2485 after .1
p)) 6 pm (b-2t-20-p)

Yamaha 350 10.000 miles sissy bar and 2 roommates needed. Immediately COMING\ MAY tJOHN MAYAll
I fr'f e w it* it. V ix rock new rings & tune-up $500 373-6325 Hawaiian Village 2 Bdrm. 2 both,
(o-2t-l20-p) poolside April rent paid 50 per mo:
plus 'I./i util.Call Linda or Caroline at 376-
LAST chancel Voxson
stereo
JUSTINEDESADE amp 3421 (b-lOl-116-p)_
powerful, pretty perfect rosewood-
chrome: $30 headphones included for for rent 2 people to rent "place opt" for
free cost $249-$100 373-0951 (a-St-120- summer quarter choose other 2oomal.
Pj) ... yourself only $60.00 call 373- / s 1 .

r Antique. Pocketwatch. Open face $65 0258 (b-3t-H8-p) 0

373-6118( may be seen at 3425 SW 2nd
7:15 9:15 Xr Ave Apt. No. 204 (o-2t-l20-p) RECESSION SPECIAL 4 'BR House, AC,
Small Yard 10 mm. bike, ride to campus
70 MH 2br seprt fr kit, cent air on nice lot variable, June 20 $200 p-monlh 373-9 I
..in sm chp prk w-shed, garden near 906 r Hk11TU I I
(b3t-1l8-p)
I 7 ?t Jffil 7:30 laund unfurn 4 mile to campus Only ,
miiiiitZ $36,000 373-9516 after 2 (o-5l-120-p) quiet conservative roommates wanted
to share opt. 49.75 month and shore I
.. w. nm M. 9:30 ALTEC LANSING speakers 1 2-10 Inch
nn pr utilities' Summit House opts, close to Ave Phone 377-3013
+ 1-3mch speaker in each oiled walnut University. 378-7676 in evenings (b-5t- 233 W. University
r cabinet high efficiency 8 man old new I l'8-p' )
$325 now $225 373-1106 (o-5t-120-p) j
Sublet furnished efficiency opart. 2
Surfboard Australia 5'10" Twin Fin
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blocks from UF $102 for April, May V4
Excellent( Condition, No Dings, Call 377-
June lease option AC pool 373-1781 (I b-
6192 After 8
pm (o-3t-120-p) 4t-1 19-p)
t Italian lessons, complete home study. A-
ssC7 sublet 2 BR Apt univ gardens 'trace
player-recorder, cassettes,
cassette
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Carpeting cent heat oc $172 mo.
.z:. Fran hiilunibki I'r lunw books, never used was $135 $80 or best free r1
available 23 april 7 days lease til
offer 378-1756 after 5'00 (o-5t-120-p) 1
', Call '
august option to renew 376-672Q
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Roomole Private house it, ,
( room, large Zi
II. Cinema 4N next to campus, no lease, modern, trees,
.... $75 per mo. dishwasher Immediate,
t W f ll MONI *' .> 'if* occupancy call I bill 392-0305 or 373-6330.

(O-5t-ll9p)

male or female needed to share a
furnished two bedroom house 1329 NW I'
i 6tfi Street with liberal theatre and
: broadcasting motors Call after six 372- s
3175 (h-4t-tl9-p)

s A Midsummer Night's need 2 female roommates to share 2
bdrm opt in Gatorwood for fall $68 :+. '/.. I
"utilities, pool, tennis ct. need immediate,
DreamA response call 392-8606 (b-5t-H9-p) i/ r.I.

female roomote share Ig. room, in iD
unique ballet production beautiful. all Cyprus wood paneled 2 '"
floor house NW section 1-5 utilities, $45
based on Shakespeare's Mon 377-60Z9 (b-2t-119-p)

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ROOMMATE WANTED Male or female to
immortalcomedy share LUXURY two bedroom opt at oak
forest length of stay & price negotiable
call 377-2365 (b-5t-119-p)

Starring Edward Villolla Only three blocks from 'campus

UNIVERSITY APTS. now renting for
'3:305:30 Susan Farrell summer quarter. Special summer
discount rates: June 16th-Aug 31st. One ALL TWO
: 7:309:30 Mimi Paul G bedrooms, 188-month. Two bedrooms,
$118-138-month, some carpeted All
SEATS
furnIShed. Pest Control. Pets allowed m SHOW

selected opts. Come in soon, before it's

I 6:00: The Reincarnation of too Air late Conditioned.. We have Swimming on opt, to Pool.suit you.You RESERVED 1jJts. 8& 11

8:00 Proud can beat the heat but not the prices Call
10:00 Peter R 376-8990 or come by the office, ot 1524 $4.50 m9 A'! !eMf! -
\ 3:30 NW nth Ave weekday afternoons. (b-

15:30: 10t-119-p) Wanted FRIDAY
Shark's Treasure Female roommate own roomIn
1 7:30 PG 3 bedroom house Shady neighborhood -
9'w Nice area. For more info'
please call 373. 649. (b-2l-119-p) APRIL 25,1975 i.
Alice Doesn't Live Here
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An more PG furn.Share living, room, kitchen, util. $65 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT KEBEL DISCOUNT,tUn"'.A**.) ,

7:4510:00 mo, $30 dep, no lease. 3i2: NW 15th Terr. evil. CSMH. Bon Oltict .
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Guaranty Federal den.Sept. for one bdrm roommate opt. In unlv.starting ear- ware apt.mate'0 block wonted from Immediately to you among those who enjoy ex- females Interested In sharing house
THE BELT PLACR 1:0: IAVI. smoker.Mush Coll be Ellen relatively .Mdiou./ non. per month plot ulilltiei. Pleat compu call$69.50 378- ploration 4 adventure? If so Guatemala clot to campus next fall call Kathy 392-
392W4ALLYOUCANEAll(c.5t.I20-pl) 9109 (e-3t-lM.p) Landscape Expedition offers you a 9458 to talk. I don't have house or
chance to visit Tlkal, on ancient moyan housemates yet. (|-3t-120-p: )
city In the depths of the |angle Also EARTH WEEK
HELP climb a live volcano A bathe In the
WANTEDMedical springs of Fuentei Georgians. LTIS) 392-
8236 or Prlscllla McCutcheon tour 4180
and 3-11 shifts Technology In 175-bed needed general for acute 7-3 JI Poinciana St. Ave Coconut Grove Fl. 33133 I
119-p) \
core hospital (expansion program In ''r@ooUJ@
4PM10PMCHICKENFRENCH progreu) on the southeast coati of Alpha Chi'i love their Derby Daddies
Florida. Generous fringe benefit Including Jack and Ken and Derby Baby Johnl!
Blue Ooti-Blue Shield with We're fired up and ready for a Great '\.
FRIES, .master medical, disability' retirement Derby Weekl 1 (|-2t-119-p) NEW & USED '
t and dental programs; salary commensurate "Now accepting application'for mole COM'U"It,.'aeYN
;, COLE SLAW ROLLSFREEREFILLSONALLD'RINKS with experience; on equal conservative L {
summer '
camp counselorsat ULOADIN COMI'ONENrI'
v opportunity I ..,..,
employer. Resume
to Pinewood for boy and girls In en evil Ml CwsgTEllT1iA0t
I Personnel Director,
Martin Memorial Hendertonvlll, N.C. Write P.O. Box -
Hospital, P.O. Bin 2396, Stuart, Fla. 4585, IlIPAI"
5 Normandy Branch, Miami Beach,
*219 I o1805SW13ST 33494. (e-5t-122-cl! : ) Flo 33141 (j-fr-116-p) I MOTHER EARTH

Wanted married couple husband to do New Arrival White Stag Speedo 466-3340 MicA//M./
LIMIT!D i Clilckw I1 maintenance work In exchange for bathing Suits, Safari short & pant, \\J NATURAL FOODS
1..110377.090 I UNLIMITfDLiJ15SE apartment. Call 3769668. 9 to 5. (e-t>. Bookpacks. Join the Univ.of Fla. hiking N RRr eECRW1IN--6YN. DtA URo.M.
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I uma Fb.i. 116-c) __ club. Allen's Aquatic&Trail Center 3448
West Umv Ave. 3739233fr116c(| )

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Small Classes $25 per man
Car.lBfifii2U.6iv 66 Mercury, 428 cu. In. Good tran 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St.Mon thru
TYPEWRITERPROBLEMS
i 1181'1 sportation. $400 Call 377-2528 after 6:00: Sot even, 7to9 3787131iot108p(| )
(g-Bt-HO-p)
I Wedding) Invitation from $11.40 per ?
12th Street 378-9086 I 1969 Opel wagon,excellent mechanical 100. Two week delivery. Hundred of
I condition, 35 mpg, luggage rock,. disc styles. Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main. 1
Any and I brakes, recent tune-up, $850 or best 3769951.fr.105.c(( ) We've got all\' the answers
Everything
offer call, Bill, 373-2403 (g-3t.U-p) )
COED' facial hair removed
per- Sales.Service
for Cars J I manently. Call Edmund Dwyerelectrologi.t
,* sports Volvo 1969 Excellent Running condition." '
Body need some workl! $600 or BEST over 20 year experience Supplies-Lease
Call 3728039fr.107c(( )
Performance Work: offer. 377-2779 after 6pm or weekendsg5t.117p
( ) SF qualified? Reserve A team want XO ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS
Triumph Jensen Datsun
240-260-280Z *
Healy call 376-3957 after 7
pm (|-5t-ll6-p)I'
1973 Vega excellent condition SYSTEMS
fully
I Most parts for British Cars : equipped with air cond automatic radio SIGMA DELTA TAU't Beta Nu chapter
Mon.-Fri. 9AM-6PM GT equipment call anytime 3775215. announce ill establishment o.Panhelienic' 724 N. Main 373-3359

*****-*************************" total price, $1900.00.(a-St-116-p) University of *Florida 19th sorority(-2t-120-p| at) the IUIIIWlllllflllUllllllllllllllllllllllllHUIHIUlIIlUlUlmWlI! lIUllllIIlRlIlNew !
1969 fiat
spyder 600 00 negotiable must
sell good condition call in mornings 373- Rape Info & Counseling Service new
3011 (g-lOt.lll-pi) training session start April 27 at
women health chtr SW 4th Ave 7:30-: in Gainesville
SUNFLOWER 1964 CORVETTE coupe. beautiful inside 9:30: women only call Katie 373-6428 (j-
and out Must see 'o appreciatel! 377- 31-120-p)
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HEALTH FOODS 1150 (a5t-liap) Have trouble standing up for your 8 uUe lCanoCRegtauftant t
1968 Ford ltd. wagon all condo AMR.odio rights? meeting people? Women'
Hoffman & Welder power windows and seats excellent Assertiveness Training Grp (hurt nibs
Hi! Pro Products shape $945 call 392-8239 John stdnt mental health call 392-1171 (j-5t- REAL MEXICAN
anytime (gSt-118-p) l20-p)
Natural vitamins, Minerals
'66 Valiant No Battery New Voltage lost ladies, yellow gold watch with safety
Herbs, Dairy Products regulator new alternator Body banged chain Fri morn between frat row and FOOD
up a little better than junk otherwise$45 Murphree area Reward' Call 3927430.
Books, Cosmetics will deal 3-7035 (g-2t-120-p) Keep trying (j i-lt-120-p)_

Dlrkcnttock Sandals 1972 TOYOTA CELICA factory air, 81,000 To the Beta Nu chapter of SDI: May we Village Square
7 Wrest Unlvvnlfy Ay.. Downtown miles rebuilt,engine Radials' ,good cond. find happiness, sisterhood and eternal
Celntvlll, Florida Phone 378 8978 extras Must sell $1795 or best offer 373- friendship In our new adventure Love, 2409 SW 13th St. 3775151II
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UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM

FRIDAY APRIL 25
UF Students: FREE

8:00 p.m. General Public: $2.50

Tickets for non'lIudenli ore available of the University Box Office (Constant
Theatre). University of Florida student may call 392-1653 to secure unpaidre.ervatroh.
FREE 5. These reservations will be held at the University Box Office until 4:00
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Assistant Sports Editor ADKINS ADMITTED that here was a personality conflict
but refused to comment on the situation."I .
am very disappointed that Mitchell has decide to leave k
Sophomore University of Florida track member Mitchell school," Carnes skid "I '
was really hoping that he would be a
Goings quit the team late Monday sighting difficulties with great sucess at Florida and we spent a lot of time talking with
the coaching staff as his main reasons for leaving. him "
and
were disappointed that he's not going to make it.
Goings, the 1973 Southeastern Conference (SEC) indoor "WHEN HE signed that track scholarship I told him that
440 yard champion, plans on withdrawing from the University the NCAA rule said he couldn't play football till his junior

today. year at Florida. We had to go by the rules.
IN AN exclusive Interview with the Independent Florida "He had my word that he could play football but not duringthe
Alligator Goings explained his various reasons for quittingthe track season. He was on a track scholarship and couldn't
team, something he's been pondering for quite a while."I play football till after two years and he knew that."
have had problems with the coaching staff ever since I've "I'm not interested in cutting him down and I'm not Interested f ZD
been here" said Goings. "I think it started when UF
Head in him cutting me or Dave Adkins down. He's a good
Coach Carnes told me I could play football when I signed a guy and I've enjoyed associating with him. I'm just sorry
track scholarship in my own home two "'
years ago. things didn't work out for him.
GOINGS FELT the w was when Carnes put him in
'I/have had problemswith the slow heat of the hundred yard dash at last Saturday's
Florida Invitational.

the coaching staff "That incident was the biggest hurt I ever had," Goings
continued. "I wanted to show the people what I could do, thatI i
I could compete with Don Merrick and Stanley(Harris), but I w q
ever since ,I've been here.' never got the opportunity."

Carnes explained his reasons for not putting Goings in fast
Mitchell! Goings heat with Merrick and Harris.

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When 1 got down here, 1 tound out 1 wasn't allowed to play submitted," Carnes said. "The runners with the best times go
and that hurt me. He (Carnes) tricked me." into the fastest heat. Well, that fast heat was really fast. rv
"TilE WORST thing.a coach can do is hold an athlete "You know, Mitchell talks about being a sprinter but I
back from what he wants to do. People can play more than didn't recruit him to be a hundred man and I didn't an-
one sport. I was used to playing three." ticipate him being a hundred man. He said he ran a 9.5 last
Goings also blamed really coach Dave Adkins for some summer and a 9,6 in high school and all kinds of stuff but at
additional difficulties 'he encountered."I that point in time he wasn't ready to run a 9.6: hundred and he
just did not understand him," said Goings. "I did what wasn't a 9.6 sprinter."
he told me to do but he kept on getting on me." "I 1 never considered the fact that Mitchell would be hurt by
"HE JUST does not like me. I gave him the proper respect not running in the fast heat. I don't consider the guy from a "E E'R ,
but he gets a kick out of messing with people. I had to deal Miami Dade's feelings. I have to go by times and there was no e
with him everyday and after a while it became impossible." way he was up there.
"When the mile relay team won the championship Adkins "AS I told Mitchell even if I had known and I had a choice I
made it seem like they did all the work. He overshadowedme. wouldn't have put him in the fast heat simply because per-
When he spoke of the team he mentioned Brown, sonally, I thought it would have been good for him to win.
Alexander, Tuitt, and Gray. He's not a Merrick, he's a quarter miler."
GOINGS HAD been a member of the mile relay team until Goings said he will return to Washington and run for a club
he pulled a leg muscle the week before the conference "and continue to work out hard so some school will pick me
championships.At up."
the Florida Relays. Goings did run a leg of the mile relay "Some people 1 don't care whether they come to this schoolor

although he said he hadn't fully recovered from the muscle not"added Carnes"but I was interested in Mitchell Goings -T ..."'... iI
because I wanted him to be a success.
pull."Out of the 5,000 people at the Relays how many knew I "Mitchell clashed with Dave. It seemed he clashed with GOINGS DOWN THE ROAD FEELING BAD
had a pulled muscle," added Goings. "I was hurt but I ran for everyone soo'ner or later. That's unfortunate. He's a good .will withdraw from the university today J
the sake of the team." human being."





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By MARK JOHNSON with Eric Hiller((4.1))handlingthe A WALK AND a single put shortstop Donald Hogestyn
*-. Alligator Sports Writer UF mound chores. Gator starting pitcher Mc- tripped over his own two feet j GOODY ON ANY WHOLE PIE j jj
'* With one out in the bottomof Carthy in trouble with one out trying to make the final out of 1 ,
rR. The Gator baseball team the first inning, Roger Hold in the USF fourth. Richard the inning. j WITH THIS COUPON I jl
:\ defeated South Florida (USF) slammed a double over the Stenholm advanced from Things really started .
.p4 7-4 Tuesday afternoon in right fielder's head and second to third on a fly ball to popping in the sixth inning l Good Mon-Thurs Anytim.l I
'\' what was surely one of the advanced to third when the center field, and then scored when the Gators loaded the 11| EONARDOjS I Ibit.
\ craziest games of the 1975 USF shortstop allowed DavidBowden's when Holt's relay throw from bases with one out. David ; 4\iiil1
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conferences between the The ensuing play caught Garcia followed with a two- out one runner at second, but
A y umpires and managers, and everyone off guard. After the run homer over the right field the relay to first was barely .
even a player who was literally Gators' Jim Shujock took his fence giving USF a 3-1 lead. late scoring Joel Murrie from
J lighting mad all spiced the second pitch for ball two. The Gators returned the third. The call, however, was
I 1 Gator win over the 14th USF catcher Chriss Barquin favor"in the bottom of the not to the satisfaction of left
ranked college team in the hurled his return throw to the inning when Bob Zaleski fielder Garcia and when he StudentsIf
nation. pitcher into center Held singled into right field to told the base umpire how he
TilE TWO TEAMS square allowing Holt to score for a score two runs, and then felt he was promptly thrownout
off again today in Tampa, 1-0 UF lead. scored himself when USF of the game. Garcia
charged the umpire: and, hadto
be forcibly restrained by complaining is your ailment,
UFwresflingsignsfwoFlorida one of his teammates, and '
I: when he finally made it backto get a CURE
the dugout,he picked up a
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onto the field. As if that
wasn't enough, the
The UF wrestling team has have gone undefeated the last Miami and Jeff Cutler, a 150 disgruntled ball player Join '
signed two more wrestlers to two years. pounder from Palmetto Highin challenged a few over-zealous
1.f the squad, grabbing two Victor Gonzales a 145 Miami both signed with fans to fight behind the Council
; Florida State champions who pounder from Killian High in the Gators., stands an offer which fortunately Journalism College
Head coach Gary was refused.
Schneider expects Gonzalezto AFTER ORDER was
:: Gators wrestle' at 142 or 150 restored the USF catcher' .
sign top. ,
pounds while Cutler will once again threw the ball over
wrestle at 158. his pitcher's head to score Representatives needed
4 JuCorebounderLen On his way to the state title Roger Holt from third' and ,
this year. Gonzalez scored give the Gators a 6-3 lead.Jim from'News-Ed, Graduate P.R.
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three straight pins. He also Joiner added a home run in
Sanders. Edison Community College (Ft. Myers) won the Junior World the seventh despite USF
basketball star has signed a national letter of intent to play Qualifying Tourney. head coach Jack Butterfield'sfutile
t basketball for UF. Cutler won the National attempt to prove Joinerwas
The 6-foot-4 guard was the number one rebounder for the Wrestling Federation batting out of order Come to: '
past two years in the state of Florida averaging 15 rebounds a Tournament in, March, and McCarthy held the
game in junior college competition. He,scored an average of beating out several state opposition to a lone ninth Meeting Mon April 28 Sta 740; R m 223
18.5 points a game while also averaging 4.9 assists and champs in the country to takeit. inning run to preserve the six-
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