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$ By DEBBIE ERICKSONand committees I have served on in the past:
'X a< y WHEN ASKED ABOUT the vote recountlot
LESLIE GOLAY the treasurer's office. Grimes said, 'If I
Alligator Staff Writers were on Greg's side I would want a recount
too. But they are good voting machines and
Action pany captured all but one of the there were lot of safeguards in this election.
top five offices in Wednesday's Student I don't think there will be any change.
Government run-off election.In Grimes added, "I'm pleased with the
a landslide'victory,'Jim Eaton and Dan turnout. 1 ll'eel pretty confident and I'm readyto
Lobeck captured the presidential and vice resume office/
presidential seats. Caleb Grimes. Action: was Addressing the crowd at the; Rat I in-
"unofficially" elected SG treasurer. cumbent treasurer Greg Sherman said in a
t, 9 a f at )S 1 ,9< ty ro A, > t> c wi a' FLORIDA STUDENT Party (FSP) can quavering voice, 'If I'm not reelected as ''t
didate Bob Lindgren won the Traffic Court treasurer I !see a lot of rough decisions Caleb
chiif justice position.In w ill have to make and I'll be glad to assist you
last Wednesday's general election Byron (Caleb). It I'm not elected treasurer I have
Petersen, Action, captured the Honor Court full confidence in Caleb as treasurer/
chancellor seat. Lindgren, the only candidate from FSP to
A 50 per cent plus one vote was: needed for capture a top position, said., 'This election
any of the candidates to win. !shows that excellent qualifications do make a
i, ar u'd The, Action presidential-vice presidential l difference in SG election.
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'candidates Eaton and Lobeck received 2,497 LINDGREN SAID, 'Traffic court is a
,votes. FSP presidential and vice-presidential !separate entity. I don't foresee any problems
e, c 4f.'s3'q candidates Alyce McAdam and Bubba working with Action in SG. I want to break
Huerta received 1,823 votes. down pany barriers:
bCMEEE FSP HAS REQUESTED a recount tor the Sue Connelly, Action Traffic Court chief
M position of treasurer because there was only a justice candidate, was the only member of
12 vote difference between the two candidates Action's top five candidates who did not win.
As tears swelled in her eyes. Connelly said, 'I 1
Unofficially Grimes received 2,120 votes' have no regrets. I'm glad 1 ran.'
and FSP candidate Greg Sherman received In last Wednesday's general election Action
3,108 votes. captured 33 of the 40 vacant senate seats and
. f y i & t FSP candidate Lindgren received 2,237 of 13 of the 17 vacant Honor Court chief justice
"3" "+f C the votes cast and Action candidate SueCoimelly positions.AT .
received 2,237 votes. AN ELECTIONS commission meeting
After learning of his overwhelming victory Wednesday night all !seven elections violations
Eaton said, "Now is the time to put petty which were tiled Monday were dropped.Five .
things aside and come together to work for of the violations were 'withdrawn
the things that will help us on this campusand without prejudice' and two were 'dismissed
ft .Y' tt k utr then go to the people in Tallahassee and without prejudice
elsewhere for help. Violations which were withdrawn by the
LOBECK SAID, "This election shows person who tiled them can be retiled at any
freshmen and sophmores did turn out in time, Greg Enholm chairman of the student
large numbers to vote. These people still have elections commission said.'
faith that SG can accomplish what they want. TWO COMPLAINTS were dismissed
+r r m hundreds of people." to appear at the meeting.
photo by george kochani: jr. Director of elections Scott Simmons said Those complaints can be refiled 'at anytime
16.7 per cent of the UF student body ((4,405 / Enholm said.
JIM EATON, DAN LOBECK students)'. voted in the run-off election. FSP was named by individual students in
new SG leaders cheered by students at Rat.
McAdam said 'I wouldn't change anythingwe live election complaints and Action was
did in the election. 1 will work with ,the named in one complaint.FSP .
Committee 'for Quality Education. 1 still have treasurer Marc Birnbaum also tiled a
committments and concerns I cannot turn my complaint against Action treasurer Ken
Defaced books
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By KEVIN BLOOM dalism is difficult to deal with. .
Alligator Staff Writer "The only time we discover books have
been defaced is when someone tries to use
From a stack on his desk. UP library them:' Harrer said. "Then what the hell can
director Dr. G. A. Harrer opened a book on you do? The damage is done." .
game birds in Great Britain and North Harrer said the reasons for vandalism are
America. Every illustration) had been neatly difficult to determine. '
removed with a razor blade. "SOME PEOPLE ARE just malicious"
"This volume is one of 125 in the world:' Harrer .said"; but some people are really g gt
Harrer said'The: paper is handmade and the psychotic in the way they attack a book.,"
illustrations were done individually. In a case ,'. Theft while easier to deal withstill takes its
like this. I'd rather someone took the whole, toll of library books. '
book:' As with vandalism theft is only discovered
THE BOOK IS only one example of,what when a student '"cannot find a particular
staff workers at UF's 1.8 million volume tolume and reports it.
library encounter daily. "I GUESS WHAT 1 can't understand is
"The problem is malicious' disregard, for why someone could go ahead and steal from '' ro
other students;" Harrer said. ,- the entire community to benefit themselves"
.
Although vandalism is not as serious as it Harrer saidr ,
was 10 or IS yean ago it, is nowhere near 'There is no way'to estimate the number of photo by. george kochanl: jr.
being eliminiated. he said. VANDALIZED BOOK'
HARRER SAID THE problem of \an- See 'Libr",',' page nine ."Some people are just malicious"


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I Viet Cong turn down Saigon- peace. proposalPARIS I

with the idea of a last-minute
(UPD)-The Viet Cong's Provisional Revolutionary The PRG official repeated a warning there will be no halt to Washington was toying military
Government Wednesday rejected Saigon's offer of an unconditional the Communist offensive unless all U.S. military techniciansare intervention. "This evidence is '
said confirmed
cease-fire and peace talks as a U.S "maneuver"to withdrawn and an entirely new administration dedicatedto The PRG spokesman by
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is
that the Ford !administration massing a giant
stave off South Vietnam's collapse.A the 1973 Paris peace agreement,takes over in Saigon. the fact
South Vietnam's shores including four aircraft
PRG spokesman said Vietnamese' Communists would Both North Vietnam and the PRG Tuesday rebuffed armada off
not talk with South Vietnam's new 'President, Tran Van France's offer to help arrange an armistice 'and open immediate carriers and dozens of other warships" plus landing craft
Huong, because Huong belonged to the "warmongeringclique talks between the two belligerents. They said carrying important, units of marines.
of Nguyen Van Thieu in the pay of the U.S."
Thieu resigned and Huong succeeded to the presidency

Monday. Arms cuts hurt detente :
Nguyen Xuan Phong, South Vietnam's at the stalled
political talks with the PRG, flew to Saigon Wednesday. His
office said he wanted to consult with the new chief executive.The unofficial candidate FordNEW
Viet Cong spokesman said Huong's offer of unconditional
talks "comes at a time when the puppet administration
and army are driven into a lamentable situationand ORLEANS (UPI) President Ford "foundation of detente."
while the Ford administration seeks by all means'to get warned Wednesday that further cuts in While Ford was on his way to New Orleans,
from the Congress an urgent military aid and the right to defense spending would endanger detente Presidential Press Secretary Ron Nessen said
intervene with military forces under the guise of an evacuation with the Soviet Union and said those who Ford is "definitely and absolutely" a candidate -
of American residents. believe the military spending is too high are for reelection in 1976.
"dead wrong."
In remarks prepared for the 73rd annual Ford has not officially announced yet
Viet aid okayedby Navy League convention Ford said the Nessen said for two reasons. These includethe
near laws governing political candidates and if
Russian Navy maneuvers on waters very PRES. FORD
to the continental U.S. he did announce his statements would be '.defense cuts
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U.S. Senate Ford called a strong military balance as the suspect as he would be a candidate. endanger detente


WASHINGTON' (UPI) -' The Senate Wednesday approved
t $200 million in mercy aid for South Vietnam including Impact fee bill' ihursday
authority for President Ford to use troops to evacuate
Americans and some South Vietnamese. vote was 75 to
17. gets House nod /capsuleGoldwater
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But the House was still working on its $327 million versionof .
a similar aid bill, grinding through a sometimes angry and
partisan debate on the evacuation issue and the potential TALLAHASSEE (UPI, Despite fierce opposition from
dangers of sending U.S. forces back to Vietnam even for home builders and labor groups, the House Community ,
limited purposes of assisting evacuation. Affairs Committee voted 9-4 Wednesday to make developerspay fears
for costs of municipal services needed to accommodatenew

Boy blinded by residents. US isolationism
The bill(HB 826))gives cities and counties the right to make
buyers and builders of new homes help pay for streets,
fake radio bombBELFAST drainage systems police and fire protection hospitals, NAPLES Fla. (UPI) Sen. Barry Goldwater R-Ariz.,
libraries transit systems and other services needed to serve said Tuesday night American foreign policy is in retreat
new'arrivals. The bill says the charges would be combined i in a throughout the world and he foresees a "fortress America
(UPI) A 10-year-old boy turned the "on" single tax collected for new construction. isolated in a hostile world if the trend is not reversed."
switch of a transistor radio in his father's Belfast bar Wednesday "This is not a no growth or slow growth bill," said Rep. In a speech to 330 persons at the Naples MetropolitanDinner
and the radio crammed with explosives and nails, Charles Boyd D-Hollywood, the bill's sponsor. "I'm tired of Club,,the 1964 GOP presidential nominee said "The
blew up in his face and blinded him in both, eyes. the people of Florida paying for community services which next few years could well determine whether or not we continue -
Police said doctors also had to amputate Tony Meli's right new residents have to have." to be a republic. The great American strategic with
drawal from the world scene is now underway at an ever
arm.Two of the boy's brothers suffered serious facial injuries in But Jim Shimberg, a Tampa builder who serves on the increasing pace," he said.
the blast and a third had to be treated,for shock. Florida Homebuilder's Association, said passage of the
The bombing in the West Belfast cafe owned by the "impact fee" bill will hurt the depressed housing and con Goldwater, said the diplomatic initiative has passed to
children's Irish-Italian father Maserati Meli, was characterized struction industry. He said the legislation will force increasesin America's adversaries in both Europe and Asia. He said
by police as the latest in a series of random sectarian the cost of housing. Europe is being out-flanked along the Mediterranean coast
attacks involving Northern Ireland's feuding Protestant and Fifty to 60 per cent of Florida residents said Shimberg, and Asia is headed toward communism from the Berine
Roman Catholic communities. cannot afford to buy new housing. Straits to Singapore. .'


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SG Servo motion/ help ,



to of Rot '
Where Quality, Fashion & Price Come Together reopen fop

By JANET PARK
Alligator Staff Writer, Rat."WE
BOLD PRINT MAY ADD SOME deji-type sandwiches
LEISURE SHIRTS With the help of Student Government too" Overton said.
Entertainment .-the Rathskellar will be back The Rat closed on April 21, after, debts
jn the beer business under Servomation Food totalling $9,000 were found in a drawer.
$9.90Bold Service management.. The Rat will be serving beer during food
Robert Overton Servomation director saida service hours 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. while the
prints, the new meeting with SG next week would iron out supply lasts.OVERTON.
1 excitement; this Spring\ details of the new management."A HAD PREVIOUSLY said
Washable jersey knit of NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS will Servomation would prefer to take over the Rat
s acetate and nylon. Slim be elected probably with SG Servomation, beer license in September when students
and tapered. Sizes S, M, Student Affairs and Auxiliary Services (which returned to campus and business' was brisk.
l, XL handles dealings between campus ,depart. However, he said with SG providing the
ments and Servomation) representation" entertainment', Servomation could control the

44iC ___ Overton said.Qverton beer service and food service during the
said Servomation's attorney had summer months.
applied for the beer license and estimated it The Faculty Club which formerly held the
would be 60 to 90 days before the license was Rat's beer license announced its intention to

granted.As ,withdraw the license before any more debts
an extra service Servomation may add piled up.Student.
pizza, soft ice cream and hot soft pretzels to mapagers and employes run the
A the popcorn and beer formerly sold at the Rat and report to the board of directors."V


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By LINDA WISNIEWSKI a related legal development, the
from Ramada Inn
Alligator Staff Writer Supreme Court reversed Monday the" 1968
convictions of three Floridians under the state
373-9297 Does Playboy bore you? Are you readingthe obscenity law for publishing an underground
jokes instead of looking at the pictures? If newpaper with vulgar language and depictinga
the answer to either of these questions is nude woman.
"yes"then you'll be happy to know that a new Miller said she did not know,if the Supreme
place opened in Gainesville made just for you. Court's ruling would affect the Sykes case. f
REQUIRED Gainesville's first adult bookstore openedlast "I'M NOT SURE of its effect on our case at t
week and business has been "pretty this time" Miller said adding she would use
READING MENU : good" according to its manager, Larry the Supreme Court's decision "if I think it
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Whitmore. will help our case
IN FACT, MANY of the customers who The wording of the charges leveled against
have been coming in "have been wonderingwhy Sykes is "unusual," Miller said.
( clip and save for takeout delivery) there hasn't been an adult bookstore in The charges against Sykes state that "he
Gainesville before" Whitmore said. did knowingly sell or distribute a certain

obscene lewd, lascivious, filthy, indecent
aiifttB gator laus) & RedMONSAT.Velvet Lounge "The first ,thing they ,askis immoral sadistic, or masochistic magazine"and
the charges name four magazines, Miller

1211 S.W.16th Ave 10-2 AM 'Let me see something said.WHITMORE
SAID HE does not understand
Gin City Plaza SUNDAY 10-12:30 AM grossWhitmore why his store was served a summons
after he went through the process of getting
Pr.. 0.11._y ...e Ow.hy ,1.J.e. S.wn Ur.n..d ID 0.11"., lee I WIn.. The new adult bookstore is located at 606 the proper licenses needed to open.
N. Main 'Street-next door to the Alachua "Why did this town give us a business
waslectedes COMMMATIOMS SAIIDwreHfS
County Department of Public Safety. license and an amusement license (which they

llttVCI toastand SPECIAl.O'.THE.HAUS. 11.CO ON WHITE, Rye Whole Wheat Although the bookstore has no official needed to operate the movies) and then try to
MiyimistTifkiyfkiltBriisl J..ull.t with lettuce French er Onion Roll name the bright red words painted on the, close us down after they got our money?"
( ) tomato and our own Tina FishP.strsei yellow windows proclaim it is'a bookstore for Whitmore asked.
"adults only." The item since the bookstore
special Hm drissinf biggest selling
ftustBitfUSChoici( )
Corn Beef' with cheese SI. SO T rkiyfkiliBrnst( )) *1,15 WHITMORE DESCRIBED the average opened has been the vibrators, which. sell for
Rust' Bee, (Chin) 30 and 65 ,
HIM $ Li0 ITALIAN. SI.70 customer as being male between $8.95. Whitmore said.
HIMCorn, of "WE SOLD OUT (of vibrators) the
Salami (Genoa' HM t Genoa Salad with BuiSiliMlGinoi years age."Everybody on
Pastrami. Tuna Salad Provolone Cheese garnish, ( ) comes in a store like this at second day," he: said.
-1 with lettuce tomato onion least, once in 'their life" Whitmore said. The bookstore sells a variety of paperbacksand
BoloiM' 11.30 pickles indiurowiHiusdrtsslnf. Egg Salad "A lot of college students" also number; magazines the most expensive being
Liverwurst BilofntLlvirwurst among the store's patrons he said. titled "The Picture Book of Sexual' Love, t
Cheese(Swill, American I ROAST BEEF TURKEY HAM "The first thing they (college students) ask that sells for $12.95. '
Provolone
Egg SaladAlltn'stwn ) ,. SALAMI or CORN BEEF SL70 Cheese (Swiss American SI.OO is, 'Let me see something gross,' Whitmore All the books sold at the bookstore are

HOT Rust Your ellolceo'' one meat and 01 Provolone) said.HOWEVER wrapped in cellophane to prevent any
Beef in natural Gravy it cheese, and lettuce tomato (Cheese, French or Onion Rill ,WHITMORE adds that there customers from getting a "sneak preview"
fresh French bread, ?"? JL75 and Miyiniisi.ATOMIC ... lOc utri) is, no hard core material-or materials that because "if we didn't (wrap books in
(Halt' Sub $i,231, ARABIC '" """' ,SI. 70 SIDE depict actual sex acts-in his store, only cellophane) we'd have people looking at them
ORDERS "simulated material." all the time instead of buying .them,"
DRINKS A spicy sub on a arable Potato Salad Simulated material does not show sexual Whitmore said. -
bread with assirtMint, of
Cole Slaw 4Sc acts but only the appearance of such,
Lemonade, 300 nuts md cheese with liked Buns Whitmore said. Clerk charged with
ollons
Fruit' Punch 30cColie lettuce ta..to\ SaurkraulBAGELS, "There's no hard core in this store and I'm lewd
30c pickles and peppers with' selling...obscene ,
or Tab not' expecting any. he said. .. ,
SpMti 30c Hans dnssiniTHE (Cell or onion) '.c. THE' BOOKSTORE opened last Wednesday lascivious filthy...
Rill Bit Xe IDI S2.oo with! buttiriiCrun Cheese only to be served with a summons two "
Loosen bill a bit Miller
Milk., ,, White 35c your days later. magazines.
Milk.Choc., 35e ind Swdwich"EATURESCHAR.BROILED Create your own DESSERT "Yes.'J 'am worried but if there are any THE BOOKSTORE ALSO offers, besides

Iced Tea 20cCollie 1 I'C II' IIII'' Vi serve lid deliver mi'.diskFiMiusChociliti convictions then we'll take it all the way to the the traditional paperback material "marital

'/HOT D0G Char grilled with' : ECLAIRS Supreme Court if we have to," Whitmore aids," tapes and films, Whitmore said.
The store has six mini-movie machines in
Chill Slaw or Kriut "( .Burg"* 50cRIMS said.Fred
FREE DELIVERY Pliirt. . (with MiiiMiM II. n order), Rib .1- S'uk' 11.35| pj: :""served three"summons last Friday because he minute film but they must drop eight quartersin
10 a.m. U 12:30..7: DAYS ntKmckwmt sold obscene material, the slot.
allegedly Judy
37M510 SI. 10 B..tOn attorney
REUIEN? II.55, Great* ValueImmediate Quality Miller ..aid. The,bookstore is open seven days a week,
_cens.d To D.liwr w..r Si Wla. W c n..:.Ise Service THE 'COMPLAINING witnesses in the from 9 a.m. to midnight Monday through
of Golnsvill:B mod roasonabl* pricos for. case ,are members of the Gainesville Police Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and

Party K. s. 77-651 i Department who bought the magazines she Saturday and from noon to 10 p.m. Sunday,.
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Simmons charqes publicity behind complaints. .

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By LESLIE GOLAY' publicity on election, ,day," Scott Simmons, since the complaint hearings are held the tiled the other party would counter file. They

______ ," Alligator Staff Writer director of elections said. night of the election. just"wanted he said.Alligator publicity, which they
Simmons said any judgement on the "BY TilE TIME the commission hears the got.
Seven election complaints were filed complaints ,rendered by the. Election Com complaints, the election results will be in. The seven election'complaint hearings If were held
Tuesday night solely "to obtain Alligator mission will have no effect on the election This turned out to be a game. When one, party Wednesday night. the complainantor
counsel' was not present when the complaint -
came up for full hearing then the
complaint will be dismissed, Greg Enholm
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_ New cheerleaders chosen today election commission chairman, said.

Five of seven complaints were filed against
Florida Student Party for distributing flyers

UF's 1975-76 cheerleaders will be chosen person's performance in the areas of ap- ,cording to the points earned by each par- in dorms after hours, distributing materials

today, but the selection may not be announced pearance, showmanship, voice control, and ticipant.Last purchased after. the general election, exceeding -
until Friday.The execution of motions, jumps and stunts. year's tryouts were marred by chargesof the 100 inch allowance for newspaperand
seven judges last night began "Judging is purely physical," Sid Wilson, discrimination from black applicants. magazine advertisement and putting
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tabulating points for the J 130 participants in head cheerleader, said. Board member William Cross said materials under dorm doors.
Tuesday's tryouts for 16 cheerleading ,The Athletic's Association's board of cheerleader selections are not based on any Two complaints were filed against Action
positions. directors meets: today to select next year's type of quota and that those with the highest party for removing Florida Student party
Judges award points on the basis of each cheerleaders, awarding the positions acfr point total are chosen. campaign materials from the dorms

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( Legislative weekend
riMitq public relations extravaganzato
convince state officials UP
deserves more money-Is' a
thing of the 'patf. UF can't
afford it anymore. ..
The annual weekend has
been slimmed down next fall

', Volume I Number I Thursday April 24, 1975 PAID ADVERTISEMENT to a single day'' of no-frills
programs including a "pay
your own way" lunch and a
guided tour of the campus.
However the promise of 4.
two free football tickets will


HUHa? Q.down remain UF Marston to PRESIDENT to the entice school.said legislators It Robert would


HI Fl probably be"in( ,bad taste" to


legislative have stage parties the characterized and weekends usual barbecues round while past that the of


state is suffering through a
time of economic recession:
But one big reason whyUFhas
decided to change'theweekend
:; festivities is because

:lit .'. Alachua County will not be
I'I kicking in its usual$10,000 to
I I. put the weekend on.
County Commission
:- I CARRIESEXCUEM :" ;" chairman Jack Durrance told
,
Manton the county,hit by the
same economic problems as
t tIi the state, "couldn't. afford"to
:. give the money.
,. ,/I I INSTEAD OF the usual
large gathering of legislators
; 0'I
: each year, Marston said it
would be more effective to
have a "low key" program
including individual guided
tours of the campus.
Legislators would be
assigned a volunteer faculty ,
member who would take him
to any part,of the campus in
which the legislator expressed

.I. ,.Interest.
After the lunch and
football game, Marston
suggested the guests be invited *
over to the president's
home for "punch It.and
"; some individual attention."
MI,. A DATE for LegislativeDay
has not yet been set.
: '., UF Executive Vice
f' President Harold Hanson has
"'J'" I" r ". suggested the.day be made, a
.9 BRANDS .,.'s, "'..I'I part of Homecoming. '
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,: .." .. Explaining "no one ever
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. Hanson said the UF administration ,
' !"T ,:1......, '..' ," ', should be a more
:f.1:'" ... ..A" ,'' :,(.jII.., ):( '" homecoming active participant activities.In the


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UFSenatetoconsideradministrative a1" f\\\\1\9

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freezeBy .e-\ "{o \ZM
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STUART EMMRICH losses occur by chance and not where they are Ut. ft'-OtJ\9
Alligator Staff WriterA needed. There are some departments on
campus that will have to turn'students away
resolution recommending that no administrative because they don't have the faculty to' teach
positions in the State University the classes," Myers said.
System be filled until funds are available to "Before replenish all our administrativelines
hire more faculty members will be consideredby let's use any available funds to replacelost
the University Senate today. faculty," he said.
The resolution recommended for approvalby MYERS ARGUED that "for the price of
the senate Professional Relations and one vice chancellor we could hire two
Standards Committee specifically criticizesthe associate professors or ten graduate
current search for a new vice chancellorfor assistants'
academic affairs. The position of, vice chancellor' for .
ARGUING. THAT the, freeze has "only academic affairs pays $39,000. A nine month
0
been enforced at the.local levels,"committee average ,faculty member makes $16,200 .
chairman Gardiner Myers said he objected to according to Hendrix Chandler corporate .
the hiring of a new vice chancellor when UF secretary of the Board of Regents.
has been told it had to operate next year with Copies of the resolution are recommended ,
.100 less faculty,positions.! .to be sent to'the' chancellor and chancellor- + .j
Myers explained some' :UF' departmentshave 'designate of the state system. a IN3505 SW ARCHER RD.
been hit with a "20 per cent loss in Also on today's agenda for the 3:30 meetingin -.,::
faculty" because of a hiring freeze imposed 'McC rty Auditorium is a discussion of :fcV .., 377-0948
this'year,by the Board of Regents: tenure-ineligible 'ranks and a report on .., "'\'
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BRIAN JONES THE UF administration withheld Mi tunds Iceburg Lettuce ,. ." ,. .. .'. .25c.each
Alligator Staff Writer for the drugstore because it'was off campus,
however, Creech said. We accept'FOOD STAMPS
The Corner Drugstore (CDS) may seek The CDS staff does not yet know what We try to keep a complete stock of Fresh Fruits &
Student Government funds because. its programs may have to be cut when'the grant
$35,000 federal grant expires June 30 CDS expires, Creech said. The drugstore offers a Vegetables at Prices you can eat with!
Director John Creech said Wednesday.But "ride clearing board," 24-hour walk-in drug .
Creech'said he is unsure if SG funding counselling, and free drug analysis.*
for the multi-faceted community drug agency "We feel we could use Student Government
would "get past Tigert Hall" because the funds even though we're off campus, becausea
drugstore is off campus.EXPIRATION large number, of those we serve are COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
of the five-year non- students" Creech' said.UNCERTAINTY .
renewable federal grant"is going to hurt bad, about the Drugstore'sfuture STUDENT COUNCIL
,and there is no money on the current scene to "is causing its problems" in morale
replace it."'Creech said. among the six-member CDS salaried staff,
The federal grant provided about 40 Creech said."We're '
percent of the drugstore's$90,000 budget this going to be meeting in the next few
weeks to see what programs,if any can be cutback ELECTIO'NAp'ril29,1975
year.Creech said the drugstore had applied to ." Creech said. ,
SG for funds in the past, and the Student, The Drugstore has been open since 1968
Senate had approved the funding requests. and logged 30,962 client contacts I last, year. !


I Senate okays Petersen, senators. 11


Student, Senate President Kevin Malone Byron Petersen's election} : .as Honor Court Positions are open:.: '
had 'to call a mandatory Senate meeting Chief Justice.In :
Tuesday night in order to get enough senators other business, the Senate approved a in
.to attend the meeting to reach a quorum of special; request: of$356 to UF's Rugby team departments
40. for transportation and half of the lodgingcosts
By. 7:45: only 32 Senators had arrived so to the Southeastern Rugby Tournament Curriculum & InstructionCEP
Malone adjourned the meeting for a half hourin Knoxville. Tennessee. Thirty-two rugby
order to call absent senators.:The meetingwas team players attended the tournament'April Special Ed -Administrate.Counselor .
called back to order at 8:15 when 40 19 and 20.
senators were present. The transfer of $70 in the Course and Ed. VTA
,THE SENATE canvassed the, election Teacher Evaluation supply fund to the
totals, and validated the new senatorial transportation and telephone fund passed the -Secondary Foundations
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\\" .. ....................--"< Rapes decrease in Fla; : t

INTERN All COUNCIL PRESINTSr fAtttt


Afttlt court attitudes tougherBy

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ROSEMARY GOUDREAU A bill was recently introduced in the
Alligator Staff Writer legislature by Rep. Gwen Cherry Miami
authorizing the state to pay hospital bills of
The number of rapes in Florida has rape victims.
'. decreased while the' number reported has Until now hospitals were reluctant to treat
.. increased sinqe the Sexual Battery Statute rape victims because the government paid
became law last October. little for the rape examination Marky said.
.. Assistant Attorney General Raymond "It is necessary for the victim to be
Marky said new attitudes by courts toward examined to establish that rape has occurred.
rape offenders are now tougher measuring Sperm, cuts and bruises are looked for and
degrees of rape. He said this is the major photographed," said Marky.
rA reason for the sudden decrease in rapes. MARKY SAID a Rape Crisis Seminar heldlast
.. NO' LONGER DO JURIES hesitate to year brought more female attorneys into
O VI11iL convict a man of rape because of the long. rape cases.
.. sentence awaiting him he explained. "Female lawyers can relate to the victim
r And the victim will no longer feel she is the observe what's going on at the hospital and
one on trial.The woman's previous sex historycan explain everything to the rape victim." Marky
no longer be explored unless she had an said.Marky
experience similar to the one she is in now. considers the new law a success. He
re Marky said since this lessens the em' said other states have been looking at the
Sat. April 26 NnTY. GRITTY DIRT BAND barrassment involved more women will legislation' with the intent of copying it.
report rapes.MARKY CINDY SHELLENBERGER, Student
= (with SGP) = IS TRYING to get local sheriffsto Government director of women's affairs has
cooperate with rape-prevention programs. initiated a local "Whistle Campaign" on the
: at 8:00: pm North Union Lawn = "Sheriffs are concerned with gathering UF campus to help stop rape. She.said she
: sun. April' 27 PANCAKE = evidence and not with the psychiatric needs of expects anyone hearing the sound of the
BREAKFAST the rape victim, he said. "The questions whistle to help the rape victim because of the
: ..: Jennings: 9am to noon = asked are necessary, but 1 do wish they'd be 'publicity from the campaign.This .
less crude." "Whistle Campaign" is presently in
r a FIELD DAY ftT Sl i Gerry Toler of the Gainesville Rape Information use at the University of Kansas (UK). Fay
: and Counselling Service said there Dottheim, president of the Commission on
= ,Mon,:.A,". M DORM WEEK PARADE = has been, great cooperation between the the Status of Women at UK. told Shellen-
: .. ',' Alachua County Sheriffs department and her berger that since the program's conception,
..
':/?' ,6pmto8pm, .. office. the number of rape incidents has decreased.
E CONCERT & DANCE a "THEY'RE SENDING female investigators Distribution of the 1200 metal whistles is
to work with the rape victims," scheduled for the first week of May at the J. w
I Broword Poolside: 8.3011: pm = Toler said. "All our contacts with the police Wayne' Reitz Union the Plaza of the
= have:been very positive." Americas and Sorority Row.
BARBEQUE J =

=. .. :' 'f. Broward$2.50 per Cafe person 7:30: to 9:30: pm la U. I Pot bill in subcommittee ..

.Tues. April 29 By JOANNE KOHL Sunday night at 8 p.m.; in McCarty
FLEA MARKET i Alligator Staff Writer Auditorium. The film "Reefer Madness" will

Union Colonnade 10 am 4 pm be shown and FORML State CoordinatorMike
Vasilinda has been invited as guest
o BROWARD FIELD DAY i The decision to take the first step in speaker.
decriminalizing the existing marijuana laws Information will be available to the publicat
3:30: to 6:30: pm' .
will be voted on in a House subcommittee a table between Library East and West.
E Wed. April,I'30 MURPHREE FIELD DAY a Monday. UF's Organization for the Reformof Petitions have been made out and can be
Marijuana Laws (UFORML) is committed signed at this location.
3:30 to 6:30: pmCOMEDY = to seeing it does not die there. However the most important action that
Introduced by Rep. Robert Sheldon supporters of the amendment can take is to
;!. .' NIGHT = Tampa. HB 1249 if passed, would reduce the write the members of the committee Moc
', penalty for possession, of as much as one tezuma said.Grad.
9 ??
Mallory'Area pm B.
.' '. ounce of marijuana from a felony to a

. = '.; CANDLELIGHT DINNER : .misdemeanor MIKE MOCTEZUMA with a fine not exceeding UFORML$100. students

.: Hume Area Cafeteria 5:30: 7:30;: = spokesman said the bill could come out of the
subcommittee for debate in full committee, if display artworkAn
, : 'T YM:May 1 CASINO NiGHT' = supporters of the bill show enough concern to
,I. write to the subcommittee members. exhibit featuring photographs
.
Jennings Hall 8 pmCOLLEGE aI "The purpose of our organization is not to ceramics paintings and prints will open witha
= encourage the use of marijuana or the repealof reception for Masters of Fine Arts candidates -
BOWL FINALS = the marijuana laws" said UFORML this Sunday at 4 p.m. in the University '
.
I Broward = spoksman Mike Moctezuma."We Gallery.
' feel that the current laws infringe on The Master of Fine Arts degree candidatesexhibit
Fri May 2 TOLBERT AREA MOVIE = our personal rights." he said. will include photographs by Tricia
r OREGON HAS RECENTLY passed an Sample and Barry Anderson ceramics by
".', "Patton" 9 PM FREE U amendment to their marijuana statue similarto Helen Phillips paintings by Michael Godey
the one introduced by Sheldon according and photographs and prints by Bill Holm
.
.. to Robert LaPlante, a UF law student berg.
= so; May 3 BEATLE' NIGHT DANCEand = working with UFORML. The graduate student art exhibit will
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:-i ,By MICHAEL MYERS ANOTHER FACTOR which leads to
Alligator Staff Writer Anderson's dismal prediction for summer
quarter is that there is "no budget to know
Like Science and
how.many instructors there will be employedthis ,
Almost any UP student can tell you about summer."
the frustrations involved when a book store .Davie Bauldree, textbook manager of the Medicine, but
has run out of a required text. Unfortunately, Florida Book Store, said that many of the
managers at local stores predict no immediate problems originate at the publishing com want to know

solution.According to Andy Anderson, textbook pany.According to Bauldree the reason local more about related
manager of the Campus Shop and Bookstore, bookstores are short on certain copies is
book shortages will be even worse.' summer because the publishers themselves are run careers?
short.
quarter. ning 0
"WITH THE PRESENT problems of OTHER FACTORS, said Bauldree, were
budgets and enrollment, I can see a bigger conservative orders by professors, fluctuating
problem this summer" Anderson said. enrollments and the present state of the
Anderson described the bookstore businessin economy.
Gainesville as a "guessing game," saying Anderson said the best solution to the
that there is no positive way to predict how problem is to tell your professor that a certain
many books will be needed for a specific class. book is unavailable. The professor should
Textbook managers at both the Campus then call the book store and tell them how' Or..Are one
Shop and Bookstore and the Florida many additional books are needed., you
Bookstore said that they couldn't estimate Most publishing companies take orders by
how much of a shortage there is this quarter, phone, according to Anderson, and the'order of the 4,000
but that there were classes unable to purchase can be placed the same day the professors
books. call.BUT students majoringin
ANDERSON SAID that each ,quaner a ,ANDERSON added,the stores are at
' letter is mailed to every department at UF the mercy of the publishers and,the length of "U.N.D"ecided( )?
requesting information such as classes expected time it takes for books to'arrive depends on C
enrollment and professors teaching the how long the publishers take to process the
classes. order.
The problem is. Anderson said, that "If students and professors follow this
professors have no way of knowing how many procedure, we can have the books inside two
students will be enrolled. weeks. Sometime we can get them sooner, but
"Teachers ho have been here a while can two weeks is a good average," Anderson said. Come talk with the
sometimes estimate, but they can never be "We've had this book shortage problem a expertsWHY
sure. They have to make these estimates for long time and it's not going to end soon. If we
the next quaner three or four weeks before had solutions,there wouldn't be any problem, ? Because it's FREE.
the present quarter is even over with." Anderson so we'll just have to roll with the punches" he

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opinion varies Independent Florida Allfgato>r.Thursday,April U, l 1975,Pag 9
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K "If they can

Should UF blow whistle ? r 6G stop even one

rape
crime, I think it's

By JANET PARK well
student body as a whole. money
Alligator Staff Writer
"Men say this campaign has no benefit to themwhenrape "
Although no whistles will be distributed decreases ,on this campus, everyone "will benefit" pent
to men'during the
said
Shellenberger Tom Kasmir
Student Government Whistle-stop rape campaign,few of the Tom Kurz, I 1UC said he was in favor of the campaign
male students interviewed had objections
this
to
policy.
because"women the victims"of
are on
rape campus.
"I don't like to see that money used for this-the will
guy "I'M AFRAID THEY'LL into will
turn toys-people see a
"
just take it away from her, Mike Koller, 3AS, said.
friend up ahead and blow the whistle to get attention" Kurz
HOWEVER, CINDY Shellenberger, SO director of n

women's affairs, said the entire campaign would benefit the said.Tom Kasmir, 3ED, said, "If they stop even one crime, I "I 1 don't think bsy
think it's money well spent."
Craig Dennis, 3JM, said the whistle distribution was they'll make
Degree "discriminatory and .a rip-off. r
program "WITH ALL THE cutbacks, it seems kind of ridiculous
much difference.You
they (SG) should spend money on something ,like this," P 7
Dennis commented.
freeze proposed Sitting with'his daughter at the bus stop in front of the can screamas
Hub, Steve Cissel, 3AR, said if he had been entitled to a
whistle he would have donated it to a non-student woman well as you
because he though they were a good idea. L"I'm
,' By STUART EMMRICH Mark Pudlow, 3AS. said he didn't object at all to his can usea whistle -...
Alligator Staff WriterA student activity fee money being channelled through SG into, afraid
a program to benefit women. Myra Leon
two-year freeze on new degree programs throughout the "I DON'T OBJECT if it's to protect women from a crime" ., they'll turn.into '
State University System has been recommended by the Board he said. """ :'iMi.w; '.1 .

of Regents.The Two women questioned had opposite views of the whistles' G, ..'", ..:,1' toys. People will
: ,
freeze would give the schools time to examine their effects."I .. : ,
"role and scope." SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz said. don't think they will make that much differenceyoucan 1, .... .'. friend
see a
UF ADMINISTRATORS say they are generally supportive of scream as well as, you can use a whistle," Myra Leon, I./ up
the freeze, but add some exceptions might have to be made 3BA, said. ,' '.: ahead and blow
for the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences(IFAS) and HOWEVER, TOMIE FULTON, 2UC, said she wears one
the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. at night now when she walks across campus.
U F President Robert Q. Marston said he was in favor of the Fulton said, "It makes me feel safer,like when I come from the whistle to
freeze because it tied in with his recent push for UF departments the library late at night." b attention."
to evaluate their programs.He Shellenberger disagreed with the effectiveness of a screamas get
added, however, economic considerations should not be compared to a blast of a 'whistle. "A scream never Tom Kurz
6 ,_..... .. ,. ..
the overriding factor in determining if new programs shouldbe prevented someone from getting raped, she said. -- -- -
developed. Jeff Klug, 3UC, said he couldn't see how a whistle. would
"THE DEGREES,AWARDED by a university should be a help..
consideration of its role and scope and not tied to economics. "She'll have two-tenths of a second to blow on the whistle' UT
New degrees don't always cost more money," Marston said. then he'll rip it out of her mouth along with her teeth," he
UF officials agreed at a recent staff meeting to support the said.LAST
freeze for all Educational and General areas, but will request YEAR AT UF, seven women were raped and there "It (the rapewhistle
from the chancellor's office that special exceptions be made was an attempted rape on another woman according to
for IFAS and the health center. University Police Department records. No men were reported ) makesme
Kenneth Tefertiller, IFAS vice president, said he would raped. 1
"like some exemptions if possible" for programs that are now Shellenberger has set the first week of May as the target feel safer,
"in the mill" for approval.The date, for the campaign. %
proposal to freeze new degrees for two years will be Shellenberger said a requisition to purchase the''whistles like when I come ra. Y
considered at the Tallahassee Council of Presidents meeting, should be approved by SG in ten days and after the whistlesare
Tuesday. ordered they will take three days to arrive., home from the!
State university presidents have been requested by Mautz The 1200 whistles will be distributed only to women late
to express their opinions on the ,freeze,before any_ action is presenting a student ID at tables at Sorority Row,the Plaza of library at
,taken by the full Board Regents.. the Americas and the collonade ofthe !. Wayne Reitz Union. night."

Tomie Fultonto
LibraryFrom

warrant the installment of a $25,000 tripping, the alarm system., copying machines in the:library costing Sc a
security system. Harrer said attempted thefts cannot be copy.
( page one) METAL TABS inserted' in books will attributed only to students and that some' "The only excuse for stealing books is that
trigger a detection device at library exits if not faculty members had been caught trying to people are too lazy to legitimately check them

books and periodicals ,stolen or defaced or properly checked out. ,When "a,. book is ,removevolumes without, authorization. out or too lazy to copy them," Harrer said.
their total cost t in replacement funds. checked out, the librarian deactivates the Harrer said he could not understand the "That's "a hell"of,a reason to steal a work of
However, losses have been serious enough metal tab allowing the book to pass without urge to steal books.. He said there are fiver art."

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Gutt'ed.'I

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". but he who destroys a good book kills

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reason itself. _

John Milton { ____


To put it together must have been almost a

labor of love to someone.
,.
Bound in old brown leather, with gold letteringand t

tinted page edges, it was more than just a

book, almost a work of art.

Printed on the back of the title page was a brief, ,I (rf
1
dignified passage.
"One hundred and twenty five numbered copies'of

this specially printed on handmade paper witha

pencil remarque by the artist have been reserved.for .
sale in the British Empire. This is number 81."

Printed in 1945 in London, "British and

American Game Birds," was by no means a IU WTE CONSCIENCEON/ THE EflA-AND ITS AstAINST IT/*
popular book. It had in fact only been checked.out
of the UF' Library twice since 1954.

Yet the book itself remained an example of fine
workmanship and the penciled sketches of wild 'Sin Talk'saves another soulEntering

birds by Philip Rickman were a valuable, asset to

the library. the dinky dorm room silently, they sit themselvesin constantly I did my homework whenever possible, and
:.(sob). .oh. dare I (choke) it??"
Once. Now it lay ,guttedWe'll every available comer and space; dazed eyes darting about; say .
suspicious'and wary of all newcomers. A slight trace of fear 'Tis cool brother" says the guy in the corner with the
.flickers across their faces from time to time. At precisely ten, white shoes, white tie. and tacky violet double-knits; his dry
probably never know, not even to the ,
year their speaks: blown hair crusted with hair: spray.
just when someone took that fine old book and "Good guru evening fellow pilgrims, and welcome to tonight's'Sin "I-I..I was a chronic tlass.attenderU"Everyone !!

very carefully, very slowly cut out every one of the Talk.: As you know,we have these impromptu and totally is stunned their eyes bulge and their peach-
19 Rickman sketches. on-the-spur-of-the-momcnt gatherings every Sunday at ten to fuzzed chins drip to amazing depths.
of lust and sin and in the "But HE WAS SAVED! WEREN'T YOU BROTHER?
Certainly it must have taken time, it was no join together in the spirit to delight
if wonders and eternal pleasures of decadence. My name is YOU WERE SAVED AND YOU FOUND THE WAY. .HE
sloppy job. And yet anyone saw the despoiler in
Sol Tauk, and my assistant here is C. Ross Roades; and we FOUND THE WAY!!" Sol screams. .
the act they failed to comment on it. want to encourage all new visitors to feel free to speak their "Yes, YESII! I found the truth and the glory of sinning; of
After all, it wad ,none of their business. minds openly, and to relate their experiences since coming to devoting my entire life to me. and to lechery and lust -
While it's quite conceivable that particular act 'THE KNOWLEDGE.' luchery! I found the truth! I can 'see clearly now, all of my

of ruthless destruction did indeed go undetected, Silence. obstacles have disappeared the'rain is
the fact is volumes in the UF library are being From the corner comes- the sound of a throat clearing the gone. ..HALLELUH AH!"
defaced melodious grunting breaking still (spilling moonshine on the "Thank you brother, for the deeply moving testimony of
or destroyed day.
every ,table):. how you raised yourself from the bottomless depths and
And no one notices. "S-since..since I-l became a sinner, I've..I've realized horrors of goodness and niceness to the highest plateaus of sin
Maybe someone is in a hurry and doesn't have what life really. ."Relax brother," says Tauk, "we are all and gluttony. I am reminded of a story from the holy book
the nickel for the photocopier anyway, so he rips one and one with you. Sin." He makes the sign of the 'S' witha written by the prophet Hefner. .."

out a needed page. Often again it's just a senselessact waving motion of his hand. "I 1 CANT STAND IT! ITS TOO MUCH!,HELP ME! A
of vandalism. "Th-thank you, it's wonderful to know that others ha-have guy in Levis and sandals, "I see love and peace and good all
around the world, kindness and prettiness everywhere. Why
why?"
Whatever the reason it adds daily to the sol leaps over and grabs him by the shoulders, and tries to
deterioration of a library already reeling under r MARK SUTTON comfort the sobbing youth; "Easy now, you must
hefty budget cuts and dwindling personnel.Yet believe. .you must feel you must indulge.', .you must be one
SATIREggone with sin and step off the straight and narrow path of
rarely a week goes by that a letter fails to L
:decency. .before it's too late! Quick my boy we will help you
on our opinion from an indignant
appear page find "
to the way..won't we brothers?
student complaining about the poor quality of the "YESI"! they all yell in unison.
library. The villains usually named are the ad. the same way." "Come on,you can dolt!"pleads the crowd.
ministration the Board of Regents and the tate_ "Please continue my son. "Uh..well. M" the youngster makes a mighty inner
"Yes-yes.. ..friends his eges gazing upwards'' at the effort, clinching his fists together his face contorting with
legislature.But portrait former President Nixon, "I-I once(sob)walked the determination and willpower "ALL OF THEM!
all too often the villains are among us. straight and narrow path of responsibility!"
The crowd jumps to its feet slapping his back and shakinghis
Estimates, of the lost or destroyed books are A gasp from the crowd. They murmur softly to themselves. hands vigorously. He smiles, radiating debauchery and
impossible often they lay on the shelves for years "I 1 know he continues, "it is hard to believe. But once distastefulness.They all begin singing "The Battle Sin of the
before detection..But the damage must surely run once. .1 was addicted to not-drinking, I-I didn't go out Public"with happy voices for another life is saved.

to the thousands of dollars.

Ron Cunningham DavId lCIein

The library already ,suffering from. a serious The Independent Editor-in-Chief Monoglng Editor

personnel shortage would find it impossible to
Florida George Kochonloc' Jr. Donna Irvgmonlayout '
monitor the cavernous rooms of the library. And Alligator 'Photo Editor Editor

the $25.000 detection system installed last year to ull funtttt:4n
,prevent theft is useless in detecting single torn Minds K.lman Jody Cortin
IP Newt Editor ,Layout Editor I
pages.

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requirement

.EDITOR The headline from the April 21 Alligator only
serves to point out this University's poor planning and short
r Mr sightedness. We are told .that 20 sections of social science'
classes will HAVE to be eliminated due to lack of funds. As
students,we are the bottom of the heap at this University! and,
since we lack unity (translated-power) we can expect to! "'be
continually ignored when decisions affecting our future are
made.

__ How many of us are going to be told to change our plans for
our future lives and careers due to elimination of needed
_
courses? Rather than eliminating necessary courses why not
do something sensible tor a change?
___ THERE ARE (thousands of students who are required to
take three quarters of language that will in no way further
4 yt them in their careers. I am sure most of them would foregothe
dubious pleasure of 15 hours language, in which they
will never be proficient, in order to take much needed courses.
We are being forced to submit to three quarters of
something that is useless and archaic. How much is this
anachronism costing each of you? Under the current fee
structure: the 15 hours cost $195.00, but you also have to
consider your rent and utilities tor an extra quarter as well as
any money you might have earned at a job.
t*\H3W?' CPERWTON eABlT-LlFT IMS IS UTILfi ORPHAN TffiEU--IWfflJTT TO BS t trflOJATHP ALONG VOMWhite 1M OJ-mWOIf1)D! By this time your language has cost.you several thousand
pOSSSfSl NS!" dollars and all this for something you don't even want. Just
think what you could do with an extra IS hours in your major.
BUT THAT DOESN'T really matter because your plans
males guiltyEDITOR tor the future are already being arranged for you by an ad-
are heart.ministration who has your best interests, and their jobs, at

"" Jim Duval
: I was rather NOT sexist. Were there one movies and TV shows are to 6. ATTEND MANY recent 4AS
shocked by Bob Bratek's named the "National show women, blacks and movies and watch TV shows
letter attacking the. idea of. Organization for Men" it Indians as intelligent, like "I Will Fight No More
using funds received by both WOULD be. honorable and in the right. Forever" or "Walking Tall', Who choosesa
sexes to pay for rape whistlesto The NAACP is not racist, a White males are to be until you join your fellow
be used only be females. He group that dared to call itself presented as sadistic, despicable white males
must have been living under a the NAAWP would be. bumbling, bigoted, unsure of booing all white faces and substitute ?
rock that last'few years to not Posters, such as those seen themselves and in the wrong. cheering non-white one.
understand the new stan- by room 313 in the Got that? When you' feel contempt for, EDITOR This letter is.in support,of the girlfriend who
dards. Allow them tried to "lay the Jesus trip on" the main character hi'Time to
me to state Engineering Building with the Now my fellow capitalist, yourself and your race for
quite bluntly: WHITE words "BLACKAMERICANS imperialist, white, male what evils we all cause you Run." as reviewed in the April IS edition of The Alligator,
MALES ARE GUILTY FOR PUERTO chauvinist pig here is what will be experiencing the and in support of the, many who care about today's youth.
ALL THE PROBLEMS OF RICANS AMERICAN you can personally do to make, proper'guilt.. You will know The Jesus trip is the ultimate. 'All other trips are sub-
THE WORLD. The sooner INDIANS MEXICAN amends for your crimes. you have reached it the day stitutes for the real thing sold to people who do not really
you understand this and AMERICANS apply for 1. DON'T ASK females you notice your pale skin and know God. Do you know a Jesus pusher?
accept your personal guilt i in the Engineering Scholarship out. (As Mara's letter shows, whiskers and think such MANY HAVE FOUND life and hope through Jesus.
being responsible for program for minority this is sexist. Instead wait thoughts as "WE were wrong Other trips have often increased despair and sometimes led
everything from the Crusades students" are not racist. One until she asks you or you in what WE did to cause the to death. Jesus said, "I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.
to the fizzling of Comet substituting the word "somehow" just happen to Boxer Rebellion in 1900".. No one comes unto the Father but by me." God said, "Thisis
Kohoutek ( the discovererwas my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased. Hear ye him."
yes WHITES would be. get together by random You'who have
a white male) the easier it ADVERTISEMENTSSUCH elements. Take a lot of'napsto committed no crime will go on What kind of an intelligent person chooses. an unreliable
will be for'' you to sleep at as the Leonardo Pizza make the time pass believing you owe restitutionto substitute.?
night. Since you are obviously ads'are considered to be quicker.) the same generation who Andra White
too innocent' to have understood degrading to women, while 2. Free your slaves. never experienced them. In h Sec IV
on your own the the Friedan ad addressed to 3. Give women the vote. short, do not segregate or''
present standards that led up women and other people (the 4. DISPERSE YOUR despise such people. Just do ,
to the allotment of "whistle left over trash such as hermaphrodites imperialist fleet of jingoist not help them in their efforts -
funds", allow me to presentyou men asexuals dreadnoughts. that segregate against you The Independent
with examples so simplethat and biological unknowns) is S. Use Ms. in correspon- the whistles you mention
even you will be able to ding with women as it is not a being a most miniscule Florida Alligator
experience your very own not.Males attending martial sexist term. Something signedMr. example. As a matter of fact,
share of collective guilt. arts courses are .unsure of gives you immediate unless you have bought a case .Shello Draper Gory' IOIonoffEntertainment
When money from all is their masculinity or playingout information as to the sex of of Gallo or established a Editor Auociote Editor .
spent just on females it is the male oppressive role. the writer and thus is sexist harem you are probably not
NOT sexist, if spent exclusively Females in the same courses while Ms. is not (even thoughif hated by those groups .. .Doug Hatch
on men it IS. are learning how to defend seen by a name one knows it anyway. But if you have I'd be Wire Editor
WHEN ANORGANIZATION themselves. (In the event they is a female who wants you to quite willing to come over. and GregForrerSport "; Tom Shtoder
entitledthe have no whistle to call stray know her sex as otherwise she share the guilt. *Editor Ant Newt Editor
"National Organization dogs and males for help.) would use no title at all. You
for Women" is formed it is To be acceptible modern figure it out..) Walt Karwicki




I Consumer guide is timely ployEDITOR


Isn't it interesting how two days housing staff..
before the Student Government election run- AS SOON AS I mentioned this to Lobeckhe '
I ofls occur an entourage of consumer affairs retorted that he was not campaigning and
people. headed by Dan Lobeck come around that SG was in a rush to get the "Guide" out.
with their "good deed" for the year "The What B.S.!
Affairs has been working on this
Consumer Consumer
Guide. This is the biggest
political ploy thus far in the Action Campaignfor project since the beginning of fall' quarter and
the "Big 5" SG offices. NOW they're in a rush? I favor neither party
but I am strongly against my money
It was interesting to note that as he came heavily
around (knocking on doors at 10:30: P.M.) \Winr'i asted in SG to print up a guideWITH'LOBECK'S
NAME ON THE FIRST
handing out the guide.. Lobeck made sure Itwas (
known this was not part of his campaign. PAGE) to be used as a campaign trick.DaidH. .tiirtM s y.

1 am on the Arca Council at Hume Hall which

requests all parties "including: SG". to clear .
Rogcl
any activities such as the passing out of info
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French depict Come on now-



's life let it shine ','



Review By Jesse Colin Young the man
Richard Burkholder with the serene and happy
music will be appearing at the

Usually vrated films are pretty depressing articles: their Jacksonville Civic Auditoriumthis
blatant voyeurism, their raunchy production values, and their A Sunday April 27 at 8

crude advertising campaigns make most serious moviegoersthink p.m.The i.
is Leo Kottke
twice before paying to see them. guest
But leave it to the French to come up with an attempt at a the unbelievable 12-string
genuinely classy skin flick herewith "Emmanuelle," guitarist who picks so fast it
currently playing at the Plaza Theatre. hum the listeners.
Through the adventures of the title heroine, played by Jesse was the lead singer iai

Sylvia Kristel, are explored the perameters of sensuality and bassist-guitarist for the
connubial mores in today's Western society., She is the Youngbloods. The sounds of

I ., sacrificial ,lamb. Ever/woman engaged in plumbing the that group and the music he
- wellspring of her spiritual and physical fulfillment.The has been producing on his Lawrence on keyboard. Marty

lady does so in a setting that is deliberately isolated .. .. .. own are beautifully similar. David on bass, Jeff and Myer Jim on
from constant Euro-American cultural influences: she is, with art by |lain His songwriting and unique percussion
her husband, comfortably ensconed in exotic Thailand (a concerns a sapphic grope in which one of the supporting fluid, mellow voice have Rothermel on saxophone,
place herein portrayed as steamy in more than one sense of players fingers Emmanuelle's breasts like they wire radio caused his show to, be called"a clarinet, flute and harmonica.
the word.) dials. In instances such as these it becomes readily apparentthat tour de force of American Reserved seating tickets are
And while hubby traipses off on affairs (d'business Em director Just Jaeckin has obligatorily studied up on his music." $4, $5. $6 and $7. For ad-

manuelle is busy investigating the possibilities, for fleshly porno-flick homework. His present back-up band ditional information call
dalliances.. Then there's the dialogue. As this is a French production, it is composed of Scott ((904)) 633-2900.

And boy, does she lead the sporting lifel! Poolside lesbian should not be surprising that this is also a Frenchlanguagefilm.
encounters, anal antics in an opium den, nude cavortings in What is grating is the service rendered by the clumsy
rock gardens, and even good old-fashioned man-woman sex. accompanying subtitles. Long stretches of dialogue appear Gettin'down
Probing her sensual limits certainly provides something kinky without subsequent English translation, and when that faint
enough for those who come to an x-rated movie simply to white print does show up one knows that 10 or 15 words of
salivate. explanation (purporting to capture the essence of what,was
Yet to shrug off:this French piece of erotica 'as, mere said) are not? very good substitutes ,for obvious on-screen to Nitty GrittySaturday
prurient titillation doesl it a disservice. soliloquies.
"Emmanuelle" has some truly exquisite cinematography of However, I'm not sure that we North Americans would be
night is getting a chance to enjoy
Thai exteriors and veranda interiors. In fact, this movie so so ready to accept this film as "art," as have several film everyone'
themselves for FREE. Student Government Productions is
drenches itself in Far Eastern atmosphere'- for 'example, critics in some foreign magazines of my acquaintance. I, '
presenting the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and comic Steve Martinat
some of the vistas of boat-clogged Bangkok waterways profferan particularly think that "Emmanuelle" is arty instead of .
8 the Union North Lawn.It .
impressive feel for location rhythms and lifestyles that artistic because of its often indelicate, handling of sex scenes. p.m.on
will be a hoo-hah time with wine and foot-stompin and
one may wish, at times for a delay in the return of the Add to this the film's denouement, which while a fitting cap
"The Dirt Band" last the
general hell-raising. at
inevitable sex scenes.Unfortunately to the film, nonetheless is marred b,y bombastic editing. played year
Great Southern Music Hall and the Their
however,this same sensitivity toward setting But as I said, the location and set work is nice. If one must concert was great.
I should be
does not always extend to the many. nude and fornication go see "Emmanuelle;then this is perhaps the best reason for performance repeated.
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band is best known for their album "Will
sequences. One particular scene which, sticks in my mind taking it in. "
the Circle be Unbroken, a three-record package which
.
"
contained such country greats as Maybelle Carter Roy Acuff,

Scruggs comes to celebrate with Doc Watson Earl Scruggs, and Vassar Clements.
And of course you've heard of "Mr. Bo-Jangles."

Their music, is fun. It's basically country but it's been
mixed with rock and rhythm by the five musicians who base
.. by SHARON ALFORDAUIgatorSUffWriter themselves in Aspen,:Colorado.The .
.hispickin' "Cajun rock 'n' roll," as guitarist.singer'William S.,
., Hart describes it, is played on a diversity of instruments-
Yah-hal Get yourself ready for some down home pickin' harmonica, banjo, mandolin, dobro acoustic and electric

and a-grinnin'I! It's going to be a country rock weekend..Earl, guitar, piano,jug, washtub, fiddle, or anything they can pick
Scruggs coming to town. up to create a sound. ,
As part of the first anniversary celebration of the Great Steve Martin, who's been in Gainesville recently, is one of
Southern Music Hall the Earl Scruggs Revue will performtwo the sharper members of the younger comic generation. He can
shows Friday April 25 a{ Sand 11 p.m. make you laugh and laugh. He is one of the few who knows
Also playing will be Rosewater Blue a group of three how to make self-effacement funny.
musicians from a small farm outside of Gainesville. They area See ya down there on the lawn. How about recycling the'

: blend of talent and southern spirit... and produce mostly aluminum cans, at least in the dumpster?
...
-
original'compositions.Scruggs ---------- -
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t tr
a banjo playing veteran of the Nashville scene, i I
split from his long-time partner Lester Flatt in the late sixties.He +
a formed the Revue because he felt ''I had gone as' far as I T t all, ; I'
could with the type of music I was playing." I't
The transition from hillbilly country music to a variety of
,musical forms (including country, blues rock jazz and pop)
was a smooth one. He is a favorite among the college crowd.
+ sNI > j And it's not unusual for the Revue to play -for audiences. of !' sl
25.000 or'ftore. '

In 1969' Scruggs. "most. significant" performance was
"before': ',oVer a half:!1I! ion -marchers at the Washington

Moratorium ,for .Peace.Playing under the shadow of the .,- xA
toweling Washington Monument, Scruggs 'shared the stage l
with show,business greats Richie Havens and Peter, Paul and

Mary. :t'f, -.< ; *
Scruggs\three sons are members of the Revue. 3 XWar
Gary is lead singer and bass'guitarist for the group. Randy
plays banjo bass and slide guitar. And the youngest Scruggs,.

photo by trie .stri n I Steve handles,the,background vocals and rhythm 'guitar.
On drums is Jody Maphis.: Maphis' father, Joe pioneered
"I goinT down the mountain, to see baby
m my '
flat-picking guitar style in much the same way' Earl Scruggsdid
'" ain't comin' back
back I
aln'tcomln
And I no with the banjo.

So roll on buddy, don't you roll too slow Jack Lee. formerly with Tracy Nelson plays the piano with .. '
I can't go when the wheels won't go" the Revue. During the sixties. Lee had his own band and I I",H"! "" \""<',, ;
Nine Pound Hammer played the hootenanny circuit. _"" ': "" e.S

....,' '_':':--.X.: .' ..:..7.&Y.: : : IY; lYgQ .:.:, ,. .,'.:71ti:19L: :.!hC. C!.:Suggs .Rssoe. are'34.50-' .................,:.......... ,:i "' t. ..tt ';'..i
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rock new lings &tune-up $500 373-6325, chicken coop, woods, yard basement,
ROGER CORMAN Presents, (ot-120-p) parking, reasonable, close 373-9610 (b-

LAST chancel Voxson stereo amp 5t1l7-p) In an isolated surrtal pocket of World War I, the British
powerful, pretty, perfect rosewood- Need: Ig lbr or tm 2br opt. duplex, orco"og.Iose
FEIIHS'DorectfdbrFEDERICO chrome: $30 headphones included for to campul-tummer qtrIOOmo send Alan late$ into 'a highly unlikely, tiny French town todiscover.a

free cost (249.$100 373-0951 (a.5t-120- $ (negotiable-desperotel) call bomb The townspeople have fled and the inmates

FELLINI yFRANCO CRISTALDI P]) Nancy 3927484. (b-5t-117-p) of the (oca1! asylum have taken their place The resulting interaction

Produced. Antique Pocketwotch. Open face $65 Two professional student lookingfor fives us some ol the most enchanting sequences onfilm.
373.6118 may be teen at 3425 SW 2nd 'two male students with similar' Interests -
When the the breaks the bubble
BMAeCMIr wl 7:30: Ave Apt. No :204 ((0.2t-I20-p) and goals to. shore on opt at reality o retirnmf armies
dist from and the inmates have returned to the ,
91 '70 MH 2br seprt fr kit. cent' air. on nice lot country gardens, walking asylum we can really
908 campus,ask for )Jim or lorry 377 2088 (b- share tales' confusion
TODAY! : in small prk w-shed, garden, near akout which people ire really msineIn
\
/ U "MJ lound unfurn 4 mile 'to campus Only 6t-I17p) our opinion, KING OF HEARTS is a rare treat; tunny and sadat
13600 373.9516 after 2 fa5tl20-o AVOID THE FALL RUSH
the same time
ALTEC LANSING speakers 1 2-10 inch Now Is,the lime to look for that house or
+ 1 3mch, speaker In each oiled pr walnut apt for the summer or fall quarter Call This wacky, beautiful film has awakened, become a giant

J cabinet high effciency, 8 man old new todoyll 377-6992 ;b-60tll2p)' antf turned the move world upside down

warren beatty $325 now $225 373.1106 (o.ft.120-p) 2 roommates needed. Immediately
There lor tlm phenomenon people love the Hint
is one reason :
julie christie Surfboard Australia 5'10" Twin Fin, Hawaiian Village 2 Bdrm. 2 bath,
goldie
Excellent Condition, No Dings, Call 377- poolside April rent paid. 50 per mo: i
6192 After 8 pm (o.3t.120-p) plus % util Call Linda or Caroline at 376- 730&10flO:
SPECIAL 3421 m. >n ll
(b.I01-It6-p)
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Italian lesson. complete home study.
ATTRACTION SORRY hawnfA tP cassette player.recorder, cassettes, quiet conservative. roommates wonted COMA M AY 1JOHN i MAYAIi
books never used was $135. $80 or best to shore apt 4975 month and share
PASSES offer 378.1756 after 5'00 (o.5t.120-p) utilities. Summit House apt. close toUnlv.nl'Y.
OR 378-7676 In evenings (b-5t-
DISCOUNTTICKETS .. PLANTS: SOc-up. HANGING BASKETS: .118-p)
$5,00 up. Perfect for Mother Day. Sole
Friday 12-8, 3927 NW 32nd Street. 372-
(from Columbia l Pic( lures ,A P-B/Vista/ Feature 9996. ((0-2t.121.p)

Garage Sale Sun. A pr 27 10-5 3301) SW
13 St. Oak Forest Clubhouse Infant and
Beck Pk.lr children clothes, swing, stroller, front THE ENTERTAINER LOUNGE
wISATURDAYMIDNITE. carrier, etc Maternity clothes; linens
curtains, kitchen stuff! All In great
/Earl! w. Wf/A $P. shape ((0.21.121.1')

$600 Oown, $139 monthly payment for Presents
three bedroom, Concrete Block House.
Why Rent 373-8424 or 376-7198 (a-7t121 -
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\\g.\ JIMI HENDRIX -p) .II '

,\\ 3 BR Mobile Home No Equity' assume The 'Mysterious
\ balance All elec. Air. wosher- .
JIMI I Castlegate call 373.9832 evenings (a.2t- .


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FOR RENTSublet FOR RENT WANTED PERSONAL"Now 'PERSONALGEISON

furnished efficiency apart. 2 female gradual student' own room In 2 responsible female roommates for accepting applications for male Yoga? Wont ''a get better? MICHAEL ot Ito
blocks from UF $102 for April !May Y* large,comfortable o-c house with low A next year wonted to shore 2 bedroom conservative summer camp counselors Wont to learn more Yoga
more
June lease option AC pool 373-1781 (b. groduot. students-one block to normon wmdmeodows, opt. 75.00 + ''. utilities., at Pinewood for boys and girls In GEISON has 'time for? Yes three, but well I
.ea sst 4MI9p, ) holl.377-1597 (b-5t-ll8p) call after 6 378-1903 ask for Jo lynn (c- mndersonvllle, N.C. Writ P.O. Box students. Expensive 3789609DIXIE
Branch, Miami Beach worth it. Private lesions only.
4585, Normandy
SUMMER SUBLET Pi West 1 bdrm 9t-120-p)
sublet 2 BR' Apt umv ,gardens trace opt
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I-5t.121-p
dishwshr, clot GOLD I SILVER tor class flo 33141 (l-fr-llo-p) (
carpeting cent heat ac $172 mo. grbg disposal 'to campus Top prices paid
a QON ART available 23 opril 7 days free 1 lease til overlooks pool 392-1975 day 378-0838 rings old jewelry,etc. confidential; Call
august, option to renew Call 376-6720 night (b-5t-H8-p) OZZIE 373-3894 (c-49t-109-p)

(b-4t-19-p! ) Avail.Fall Qtr. 1 or 2 female roo motel to shore 2 bdrm-:
Roomote Private room, large house, t. 2 br Horn NW sect. Air, heat. 2 both opt Williomburg$67+'< util close
next to campus,no 1 lease, modern trees, furnished 'to campus pool ac furnished fall call
$75 per mo. dishwasher, Immediate 2. 2 bdr$110 Cottages heal June of |Ion. 378-1274 (c-5t-ll7-p)
occupancy call bill 392-0305 or 3736330. 3. 4 br-2 ba NW sect nor Santo F.
(b-5MI9-p) 4 2 br$130 Modular horn walk to HELP WANTEDMedical

'male or female needed to share a UF"A Technologist needed for 7-3 Presents
SNOW t"BUNNIES furnished two bedroom house 1329 NW small deposit will hold" and 3-11 shifts in 175-bed general acute
6th Street. with I liberal theatre and United Real Estate Assoc. care hospital (expansion program In
.
broadcasting: majors Call ofter six 372- 377-0992 progress) on the southeast coast of
a 3175 (b-4t-H9-p) (b.fr-119-p) Florida. Generous fringe benefits Including

'need 2 female roommates to share 2 Own room In 2 bdr opt. 2 blks from Blue Dots-Blue Shield with DRIVE
bdrm opt in Gotorwood for fall. $68 + V campus. April rent free. 372-2113 (b-it- master medical, disability retirementand
,Q. utilities, pool tennis ct.need Immediate 119-p) d.ntol programs; salary commensurate .
response-coll 392-8636 (b-it-119-p) with experience; on ..qualopportunity
leak. female mature or grad student own bd
employer Resume to
ROOMMATE WANTED; Mole or female to for privacy w to w shag carpet walk In P.rsonnel Director, Martin Memorial
share LUXURY two bedroom opt at oak closet central air + ht sun deck on roof ,
Hospital' P.O. Bin 2396 Stuart, Fla.
forest, length of stay & price negotiable laundry furn 1 block from campus$90 +, 33494. (e-St-122-c)
call 377-2365 (b-5t-ll9-p) 5 utilities, call 377-7982 ((b-5t-120-p)
Wonted married couple husband to do
: Only three blocks from com- 2 bedroom 1 bath furnished apt to maintenance work In exchange for
pus..UNIVERSITY APTS. now renting for sublet for summer. Close to campus. apartment. Call 3769668. 9 to 5.fr.( Starts TOMORROW
summer quarter. Special summer Pool tennis, sauna central air. 378-5956 Ilk)
discount rotes: June l6th-Aug.3lst.On. after 6pm (b-5M20-p)
bedrooms, $88-month. Two bedrooms, AUTOSVolvo
; electric bill only 15-mol for 2(bdrm. 2 bth
$118138month some' carpeted. All rent 226-ma other call 1969 Excellent RtJnning condition.
no
apt expenses Cinema 1I
furnished. Pest Control. Pets allowed in
377-2741 1 to sublet (b- -l20-p) Body need some work! $600 or BEST
00 selected opts. Come in soon, before H', weekends
377.2779 after
offer. 6pm or
too late. We hove on apt. to suit you. furnished 2 bedroom opt to sublet for
Air Conditioned. Swimming Pool. You summer qtr.tin city,close to med center (q-5t-117-p)
con beat th.heal but not the prices.Call oc, overlooks pool, 185-mo + 'utilities 1964 CORVETTE coupe beautiful inside
BONUS 376-8990 or come by the offic. at 1524 call 372-2485 after 6 pm (b-2t.I20-p) and out. Must see 'o appreciate! 377-
NW 4th Ave. weekday afternoons (b- APARTMENTS ore o DRAGI) own room In 1150 (g-9t-118-p) 3:15
HITi 10t-ll9-p) new home with o half-acre to play on. 1968 Ford ltd. wagon air cond. AMR. RoulrlmtoaD.
NO LEASEI) air-cond. S.W. section. Ring- odio. power windows and seats excellent 5:20
376-5766 (b-SM2Q.p) shape $949 call 392-8239 John 25

large rOom In house w-flreploce, un- anytime (g-5t-118-p) 9:30'
ema4l furn. Share living room, kitchen mil. $65 '66 Valiant No Battery New Voltage :
mo,$30 dep no lease 322 NW 15th1 Ter,, regulator new alternator Body bonged
.,. See Tom or Beth (b->-H9-p) up a little better than junk otherwise$.45 I
will deal 3-7035 (g-2t-120-p)

lAST A Midsummer 3:30 7:30, WANTEDSTOP 1972 TOYOTA CELICA factory air, 81,000
O 5:30: ':30 miles rebuilt' engine Radials,good cpnd.
Dream tuition hikes and cutbacks People
DAY. G extras Must sell $1795 or best offer 373-
concerned with
In
quality higher
0678 (g-5t-120-p)
education in Florida please call CQE at
AOO The Relncarnatlan 373-5596 or 377-1851 (c-9t-119-p) 66 Mercury 428 cu. 'In. Good tran
':00 sportation.$400 Coll 377-2928 after 6:00:
6:00 of Peter Proud 10:00 Wont quiet serious mole student to share (g-et-no-p) 5:30 9:30
I BR opt. at Colonial Manor 1 block from
It campus Rent 78.00 for fall quarter Coll PERSONAL'
Howard 378-0511 AC (e-5t-ll9-p) 1 1 I IFRI'
lAST SHARK'S TREASURE Someone needed to shore 1972 mobile COED'i facial hair .r.mov.d peM
W DAY horns, 2 bedrooms Arredondo Village manently. Call Edmund Dwyer -
PG oool, tennis courts 65 mo+'M utilitiesCall electrologitt over 20 year experience
3:30-5:30.7:30-:30 Can 3728039fr107c
; 373-7455 (| )

0 LAST AlIce Doeln't 3:157AS: room mote wonted immediately to Wedding) Invitations from $11.40 per MIDNIGHT PINK
DAY Live Here Anymore 5:30 10:00 share opt. Yi block from campus. $69.50 100. Two weeks d.livery. Hundreds of SAT FLOYD
PG' per month plus utilities. Please call 378- style:Cliff Hall Printing 1103 N. Main
9109> (c-3t-l20-p) 3769951. (l-fr-109-c)





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PERSONALTRAVEL PERSONALSIGMA PERSONALCAN PERSONAL PERSONAL SERVICES .
WORLD ON FOREING
ROUND THE DELTA TAU's Beta Nu
SHIPS. Summer voyage or year around. announces Its establishment chapter YOU HANDLE A CRISIS OR females Interested In,, honing house lOST German Shepherd female puppy. Future CPA'ft learn how to prepare for
I Mwvwomen. No experience, good pay Ponhellemc' 19th o. EMERGENCY?? learn to gain control dote to campus next fall call Kathy 392. '10 wlo... Groy, sliver" with block 'no... the CPA Exam. BECKER CPA REVIEW.
Stomped ielf-oddreted envelope University of Honda sorority| ot the through STEP t a new, unique program' 9458 to talk i .don't hove house or Wearing brown collar SI5 Reward Call COURSE Call 'collect (JOSf 522-0009: ,
Atodecon Inl'l, Box 864, St. Joseph Mo.: Rope Info .2-120p) in survival techniques and emergency housemates yet '(|-3t-120p) 392.9616 or 372-9446 (McDonaUffHomburgersK ((904)) 353-6651, ((305))..373-2592,',((813))
M502 (,.>..120-pJ) t Counseling Service new preparation offered by the Institute for KARATE LESSONS ('-"-117-p\) 238.2681 (m.w.I.I8-pi) ,yoW;
training lemon starts April 27 the Study of Individual Survival
,
ol inc. '
women health chtr SW 4th.Aye 7:3Q. FREE public' and Small Classes $25 per mon SERVICESWIRED .WiOTGRA FI-outdgoR,'Port"I; tj'To> any
9:30: women only call Katie : Wed, prevue open house 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th SI) MQn thrw occonon.: Alto! 'cute candid photograph
373-6.628 April
30th
) (II'3t.120p meadows 7.30pm: at Wind Sat even, 7 to9 3797131ot106p() ) FOR SIGHT of children call after Spas |jim 378-5044
Aprs. Recreation Building ((j-
l : need Vlkl Blair, 'wart Vkl, Blar. 5M20-p) New Arrivoli White; 'Stag Speedo. "Thef yMlat*Super Mor," (m.5\.1I71)) .. ,
I love UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS'
PflPSB Vikl Blair.. Yes,.YOUIIEI Burpo. (|.||.))2I.Pj Are you among ihoM who enjoy exploration bathing .suit,, Safari .short flu t"pants: ,. 'JOOSWMAv. *. ., 38-4480 -.tuforlng )n bati( math colculu,'
Univ. of \
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Join
-I = )_ __ t adventure? If to Guatemala Bookpack hiking '(M-SO-53-C. ( )) '. .. .he.rnittry, 'phytlc; cad biology. Call
Bimbo Happy landscape Expedition offers you a club. Allen'Aquatic A TraihC.nter 3MB. r r. Don at 377U158. (m-5/-1 t8-p)_ ." ,
Birthday '
Hope 2111 t West Unlv! Ave 313-9233 (M.l1k)
the best oil your n chance to visit Tikol, on ancient moyan : 'SCUBA CLASS ,start April7 '01\|
ir.rfw..rnairoe_..area, forever. ever. my love t kisses city in the depth of the jungle. Alto Hove trouble standing up for, your equipment provided including mask, ''HYPNOSIS HELPS f PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS'Y
I ....ro.aw vat.x.i...... Iud be"bee.beep Smile" (pi woh au ? my our climb a live volcano t bathe In the rights? m.etin9 'peopleWomen's tint,.sparkle, BC, tanks, regulators, lulfwetsuits AIDING ANY.( PHYSICAL AND MENTALABIUTYTUDYING.MEMORYATHLETICS
|.2t-12l.p) springs of Fuent.s Georglnos LT15 m. Assertiveness .Training Grp'thuri' nit_ textbook, nil 'air" ond mternational .
---- ------- 8236 or Pritclllo McCutcheon tours" 4180 stdnt mental health call 392-1171. (j3tl2T certification with five open Learn telf-hypno.li 373-3059 Donald C..
Poinclona Ave ) wale dive,, 'Cost 135::absolutely ..o. ProIt.c.rtlfied'EM (m-40l-ao-p)
Coconut Grove Fl. 33133 p) _. _____ : --
extras. Call; SCUBA DYNAMICS, .'for
FREE (j-5t-1l9p)
ELECTRONIC I Ir4 WANTED VW Pop Top camper w-otr for 3
,
further informotMjfU 377-K96 Our new
ENGINE AKC Irith letter Mud lag dog very
OUR POOL IS HALF THE LENGTH OF A wk Western Vocation In June. Will pay
location : 3009 N.E. 2OthWoy. (m-lt-!
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mellow 2'/t yrt. old Asking pick o the
FOOTBALL FIElDII GYMNOS P.O. Bon fee plus you use my car while rm gone
ANALYSIS WITH EACH I 12541 City 32604, 373-1<<17 (i1t.12lctFlorida Coll 376-3012 (|1I.5I.I13-Nc:)___; \UU= -. 'litter Call Potty.372-3081 (m.3.I20-f9)

TUNE-UP I Blue Key Honorary leadership Dromboul Beautiful selection of prime ID. PHOTOS !SAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.F.K
applications will be available Rm 312 goods Atmosphere of 2O's-< U 1W2 N. MAIN. T'f' 372-5247 I JWRU from I 1.5 pm beginning Apr 24. blouses $1, $2, $3. Men, Women, kids natural lytle portraits 377-0797'camera over 600 Court repeotobl free 70 pt.
__ ... :. work studio 1219 W. UnlwAve... (nv30l-j '
Deadline for submitting application it 5 Recycled denim, jewelry.velvett 17 Improvement by the second try or your
pm May 2. There will be a $1.00 Fee NW. 17th St Upstarts (-4t.l9-p| | ) 91-p) money bock.' Attend first class free, no

with each: application. Questions 392- OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, Europe, S. GRE PREPARATION COURSE near'U.F. 18. obligation.! .Coll!.1305)( 854-7466. (m8T.

1661. (|-2t-l2l-p) America,Africa. Students all profession hours, $35; court repeatable free. 99-P)_____ ______

uVuTYPEWRITER'PROBLEMS Any BagpiperS that con get together to and occupation $700 to $3000 monthly. Score 1000 by the second trf or your Scuba clone starting oprll 29: oil
ploy musiC people could enjoy call 392- Expense paid overtime, sightseeing.Free money back.. Colt ((305)) 854-7466. (J-8T- equipment provided sales, service,
? 7325 after 9 on Weekday (j-lt-121-p) Information. TRANSWORLD 99-P)
trips, rented, air Tom Allen (co-host
"TRAVELLING COMPANIONS required to RESEARCH Dept. Go, Box 603, Corte TYPING, EDITING r Theses, Dissertations Wild Kingdom on TV) Allen Aquatic &
Modero, Calif 94925
\ share travel accom. expense with (|-IOl-ll8-p) .Term Paper e.perlencedtypi.., Trail Center :3448 West University Ave.
We've all the
got answers ouilralian girl visiting u,.. ho own car. ambassador ha recently returned from mo In englith. ibm telectrk phone. 373-9233 (M-8T-I03-C)_
SolesServiceSuppliesLease intends north by coast, then Inland, Africa (or is N India?) yet ORISSA. 378-0547 (m.20t-IQ7-p) ,
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route flexible, leaving florida early konorok beckons 376-1400 (|-3t-120-p) NOfMIHUNTBtSWe .

June. For Information write Mill Sue Don't just smoke good health. .
your TYPING
SERVICE + Experienced typists
Lancaster, Apt. 18, 2940 1 Samford, awayl Stop smoking nowll! I can help you Any material. IBM Selectrlc. 24-hour con/help you find e,horn*.
Shreveport, LA. 71103. Before May 5." oparment, mobile honn*,or
) Private Theodore
now appointment.
ASSOCIATEDBIJSINESS service,Delivery. Coll 462-2739. (m-IOt-
reerdmote the
(l-lt-121-p) eosy woyt'OUR
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Relss' 372.7008 ofter S pm120p(| ) "!-P)
SYSTEMS "The Purpose of the one true God..ln FEE IS VEFUNDASCf
have own bdrm. In 2 bdrm. troiler.locat.d .
revealing Himself unto men It to lay JoaL IIRIDC1d a
on 1 acre lot 17 ml west of g'vllle
724 N. Main 373-3359 bore those gems that lie hidden within $55 per mo. call glenda 376-4446 M or LEWIS REALTOR .04SW4ihA. ..e.
the mine of their true 'and inmost
472-2870 ofter 5:00 female (|-fr-l I8.>) Open 7 Day tI17:00: 3774700
telvei" Boho'l Writing (|-lt-121-p) JewelryQHnpan,
Atten. Women In Bus. Ad: 2.$150
scholarship available for '75-'76 ClASS RINGS SUPER BIKES Inr.
sponsored by the PCT Foundation. To DIAMONDSWATCH ,

apply call 377-8504 by the 25th ((1'(-.- REPAIRS PART377WOISERVICE3770722

118-p)_ 200. W. nlv.ralty Ave
very beautiful okc registered 2 yr. old
3'414106CORNER
block and tan mole german shepherd
LIFE
CAMPUS 75 needs female to male, call lorry 377- l
8087 (l-St-ll 1 B.plLOST&1
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setter. female. "saja" ha STORE
REMEMBER US FOR \OUR '
leather collar, maybe choke chain man
who coiled thur, please call bockl! 376- '
6103 reword (l-5t-118-p) 10 AM-6PM

SCHOOL NEEDS. .: REWARDI) For return of pocket calculator' 378-1588 7 DAYS A WEEK

(IT2550)) last teen In library west area
Can 373-5606 Thanks (l-3t-l21-p) 3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.




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Rog.erHolt, : he's m?_" ; N.






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Bj MARK JOHNSON THE BIGGEST problemfor and throwing it. He's got an
Alligator Sports Writer Holt has been the 45 extremely accurate arm -. it
Magnum on his right was just a case of him not
Roger Holt is no Super shoulder, often referred to concentrating sometimes." photo by andy newman
man, and he'd be the first to mistakenly as an arm. While In order to fully appreciatethe ROGER HOLT SCORES ONCE AGAIN I
admit it.True his throws from short have impact Holt has made on ,Freshman leads Gators in runs scored with 29
the Gator baseball been faster than speeding the Gator infield this season,
team's slim freshman bullet and more powerful one must look well beyond his bat with runners in scoring didn't know the coach that in store for Roger Holt? j
shortstop has been nothing than a locomotive, many of fielding average and his position, placing him secondon well." According to the Gator
short of a hero with the bat, them have also been leaping occasional lapses on the field. the team in the "clutch Holt cited a summer on coaches, he can reach for the
and his glovework has given into tall dugouts on a single His arrival at UF has enabled hitting" department."We coach Jay Bergman's semi- heavens and maybe even
him the reputation: of beingone bound. Coach Fuller to switch John knew be could do the pro team in Ocala and the the major leagues.
of the finest fielders on But Holt has been improving Cortese from short to second job on the field, but he's' a Gators' extensive exhibition "The guy's such a great
the ball club. steadily since openingthis and David Bowden from much better hitter than I schedule as two keys to his athlete .it's.just .a shame
season with seven errors second to third to form one of though he was," Fuller said. success this year. that people don't appreciate
.<....f..m..V.-.tAM in his first seven games. While the finest infields in the "He's probably as good a "This summer I faced a lot what'a good athlete he' is,"
.''-,' ; :, his 16 miscues still far and South, both on offense and hitter as anyone in the league, of college pitching, and that Bergman said. "I've had three
':\ '"t,: ,. away lead the club, Holt has defense. The key to the and that's pretty. good for a .helped me a lot," Holt said. other shortstops I've coached
,.." .'e.:". :....... made only three errors in his solidity of the infield has been freshman." "Plus, this fall I played about who are 'now playing major
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I...: a .. '<'.... ''.... last 16 games in raising his the play of the 5-1'. 158 Fuller began taking a 50 ball games, and that's like league baseball, and I'd say
... fielding average from the pound Holt, who has been serious look at the Leesburg, playing a full season. The that at this stage he's farther
.860's to a respectable .914. like a magician in coming up Florida native during his main thing I had to get usedto along than all of them."
i "I've made a lot of careless with baseballs destined for junior year in high school, the is playing every day or every "He's got all they're
mistakes, but I've learned left or center field. first of two seasons in whichhe other day." looking for good speed, a
from them," the soft-spoken BUT THE MOST sur earned all-state honors. "HE PLAYED with some good arm, and good bat
Holt Said. "The coaches have prising aspect of Holt's play But it appeared that Holt more experienced people this control," Fuller added.
been giving me a chance to this spring has been his offensive would not be wearing a Gator summer, and it caused him a "Everything they're looking
atROGER start even though I've made production. He is uniform until a lucky turn of little bit of trouble to get for he does exceptionallywell.
some careless errors. They've currently third on the team in events changed his mind. adjusted at first" Bergman ."
been sticking with me and hitting (.336)), tied for secondin "I SIGNED to go to said. "But eventually he Add hustle, spirit and a
helping me a lot." RBI's ((20)), first in runs Florida State in the first .settled down, and the time he willingness to learn and it's
"A LOT of guys, if they ((29)), first in hits ((42)), first in place, but they had a spent playing with some guys easy to see why Roger Holt
concentrate they seem to get walks ((20)), and first in stolen coaching .change before the who were a little bit older anda has been such a success story
worse," head coach Dave bases ((8)). Also, he's driven season started," Holt said. "I little more experienced this year. He's no Superman,
I HOLT Fuller added. "But Roger, he home one or more runs on 17 decided it was best for me not really helped him I think." but he is one hell of a
.shotgun arm was just picking the ball up of the 35 times he's come to to go up there because I really What, does the future hold ballplayer.




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