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By BRIAN JONES Florida State University' (FSU))have withheldthe diem." or per day, 'expenses. using the funds because of the confused status
k Alligator Tallahassee Bureau funds, fearing possible legal com Funds for the lobby were originally to have of the lobby.
plications. provided office space, equipment and phone THE SIX STUDENT presidents originally
TALLAHASSEE The Florid; Student Hammond said he spent hundreds of service. planned to incorporate the: lobby but later
,Lobby (FSL), begun a month ago by student dollars of. his own money and borrowed IIAMMOND' SAID the opinion caused withdrew the, incorporation", papers.
governments at six,state universities, may be hundreds more to keep the lobby operating "general confusion" at the universities "So right now I work for something' that is
.,abolished this week because-- of legal andfinancial while waiting on the funds. sponsoring the lobby so he took his case to the not a legal entity. If the state auditor generalor
problems. "Until I got two checks'from( University of Council of University Presidents.The the attorney general for that matter, should
The presidents of student governmentsfrom West Florida and Florida Technological presidents voted 6-3 to allow'students'funds say this operation isn't legal. I might bepersonally
the sponsoring universities will hold an University) this week, 1 was down to S3 and to be spent for the lobby. But as of this liable for the money that has been
emergency meeting in Tallahassee Saturdayand living off peanut butter," Hammond said. week, the lobby's two biggest sponsors. UF spent," Hammond said.
FSL Director Mark Hammond said he THE MAJORITY OF,the money so far has and FSU, still had not sent their funds to "And I don't have that kind of money," he
will tell them to shut down the lobby until been spent on Hammond's personal living Hammond. added. y

next year. expenses while in Tallahassee, he said. UF's contribution of $2,700 is now being SO FAR,HAMMOND SAID the lobby has
ALTHOUGH STUDENT GOVERN. FSL's problems began when the Depart processed and will soon be on its way to received $3,380 from the three universitiesthat
MENTS at all but three universities voted ment of Education's legal office issued an Tallahassee, according to UF's SG Treasurer sent funds.Hammond .

funds for, the lobby, the administrators at opinion that said funds allocated to the lobby ,Greg Sherman."I said he had spent $600 for his
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and could only ,be spent ,on salaries and "per signed the authorization (for payment) a salary and $500 for his secretary's out of that \

week ago, but it takes about 10 days to amount,. and is keeping the rest in a bank
I complete the process 'of going through the account until the lobby's fate is settled.
Finance and Accounting Division," he said. But there is no record of how much has
THE FUNDS CAME out of SG's "special already been spent on the lobby out of his own
request" fund and had to be approved by the pocket Hammond said, although "I'm sure 1can
Student Senate, Vice President for Student track it down.IiAMMOND ."
Affairs Arthur Sandeen and the SG treasurer
SAID HE will recommend
before going to the Finance and Accounting
iiir that student presidents use the remainingfunds
Division, which writes the check.
FAU had not sent their funds as of this for legislative reserach so "next year we
week, although they had been approved by can have established" positions and the facts to
the Student Senate. back them up.
Hammond said he would
In the meantime
"One,guy down at FAU told me he wasn'tgoing
ask no more money from the student
to send any money to a 'Swiss bank
'" presidents and will "continue on here for as
account, Hammond said. "
9 a SH > AT ISSUE IS WHETHER universities can long as I can as a volunteer.
rye
send funds-even activity funds provided by The lobby's main effort was committee

V students to groups for lobby purposes. passage of Sen..Jack Gordon's,D-Miami. bill
Sen. Robert Graham D-Miami Lakes has to place three students on the Board. of
requested an official opinion from Any. Gen. Regents. .
Robert Shevin on the FSL's funding legality.But HAMMOND DID NOT say the lobby had
even if student funding for the lobby is been involved in the passage of any other

\'\) legal, Hammond said, he will have problems student-oriented, bills.
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B1BRIANJONES mince slashed Tefertiller's request,
# Alligator,Tallahassee BureauA recommending IFAS be allocated $32.1
million for next year.
In moving adoption of the increase Sen.
senate subcommittee has added 10 per Phil Lewis said, "I feel that we get results
.1' cent to Gov. Reubin Askew's recommended from the dollars we give IFAS."
budget for UF's Institute for Food and SEN. KENNETH MacKAY, D-Ocala said
Agriculture Sciences (WAS) he "likes the way the agency moves to solve
The education subcommittee of the Senate problems."
Ways,and,'Means Committee recommendedthat Tefeniller told senators in his budget
'0 $33.4 million be allocated to IFAS next presentation that IFAS "is probably hurt by
year, a $2.2 million increase over:this year's inflation more than any other agency in the

....,.. .. expenditures and $3.3 million more than state."
Askew's recommendations; Tefeniller cited a 37 per cent increase in
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fI'a. Miami Lakes, predicted the increase would which account for one-founh of IFAS'

A .:... -:.'-,, l u! ',, ,;,,f', ''\ .,N"f/,!.; '. '"...c.:....' .' win approval of the, entire Ways and. Means operation budget. as one justification for
"J;"'>, >.t > ... ., .. Committee. increase.
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newman "It's very unusual for the committee (Ways THE $2.2 MILLION'increase over last
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and Means) to change. the subcommittee's year's expenditures is needed "just to keep \
BABA, RAM DASS, SPEAKS report" he said. programs at the present level, to say nothing '\
In recommending the increase, senators of [meeting the demands of agriculture

:.;;:',:"I'm I' just using words, to, keep your stage, the air heavy with }incense, Ram gave UF, Vice President, for Agriculture growth, ,"' Tefeniller said. '"
Affairs Kenneth Tefeniller thet.entire'mount' Ernie Utz. Graham's legislative assistant
;minds.. cool while ,the transmissionoccurs. DOss compared the reincarnation, life ,
he requested for IFAS. had earlier in the IFAS would ;
predicted
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Words are, like birds like music. span' with the length of time it takes a
BUT TEFERTILLER predicted "lots of fare well because "they have of the most
one
Words: ,ant my vehicle; Baba Ram Doss bird carrying a silk scarf to fly back and trouble" holding on to the money when the' .effective lobbying efforts in the state."

told ... an overflowing University forth and wear down a mountain. Senate version of the IFAS budget goes to Litz said a conference: on the increase
Auditorium audience Thursday. "Check your mind at the door- let It conference with the House. between the senate and house will probablynot
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Seated in front: of the scarf: -draped all In,",;'he,I' said.' .I'j ,, Last week House Appropriations, Com. take place, for a month.

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House comm. votes for' McCain impeachment..

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TALLAHASSEE.,Fla. (UPI!) Impeachment of Supreme The contribution was not reported and Mrs. Wakeman said
Court Justice David McCain was unanimously recommended Farrish asked her to swear to the Judicial Qualifications friday
Thursday bar a House committee which has spent weeks Commission that !she did not give it.
hearing testimony that McCain used his position to win The House committee order its staff to draft impeachment
favorable rulings for lawyers that helped him get elected and articles to include at least four specific charges of
in office for capsule
failed to report campaign contributions.The misfeasance malfeasance and misdemeanor
full House is expected to vote late next week. submission to the full. House. for action next Thursday orFriday.
The committee put off until Monday a recommendation on .
It is the first time in Florida history that impeachment of a
Justice Joseph Boyd who is accused accepting: an improper
legal memorandum from an attorney in a utility case. Supreme Court Justice has been initiated. The House has five 1 12 held in embassy
The'5-0 vote on McCain followed testimony from Palm times voted to impeach an official but none has ever been
Beach socialite Nancy Wakeman that she contributed SI,000 convicted by the senate.If .
to McCain at the urging of her attorney. Joseph Fairish who the House votes impeachment.. as key legislators are seizure in StockholmSTOCKHOLM
later won two rulings 'from McCain's court that freed her from privately predicting. McCain would be suspended from the
an assault conviction. coun pending a trial by the Senate later this summer. (UPI))) West German Guerrillas holding

12 hostages in the German Embassy in the Swedish capital
told German newsmen Thursday the Bonn government had'
I rejected their demands: They said they would kill a hostage.The .
Viet aid moves one more stepWASHINGTON West German news agency DPA quoted one of the
guerrillas holding,the embassy as saying that the German
government through Swedish Premier Olof Palme had told
(UPI!) House and Senate conferees' ..Sparkman said that,final draft would be ready for formal them their demands for freedom for 26 jailed guerrillas in
Thursday approved a $327 million Vietnam Aid bill which 'approval by the conferees Friday morning. It then goes to the Germany would not be met.
carefully limits President Ford's authority to use troops for full House and Senate where approval is. expected and thento The terrorists three men and two women said they had
evacuation purposes.. Ford tor his signature. more than 30 pounds of explosives and would kill their
Reaching a swift compromise on what may be America'slast "We have decided to make $150 million in new money hostages one an hour and blow up the embassy if
Vietnam wartime expenditure the conferees approved available f for humanitarian purposes and $177 million in ,authorities did not ,meet their demands for a Boeing 707
the larger aid sum $327 million granted by the original funds already authorized but not yet appropriated to finance jetliner for a getaway more than halfa'million dollars in cash
House bill but also kept the troop. authority restrictions, evacuation plans and humanitarian aid" Sparkman said. and the release of the 26 prisoners. ,
spelled out in the Senate bill. ,
Sen., John Sparkman D-Ala.. Chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee,'said the conferees had reached Brown U students seize building ::1

agreement on what the bill will contain and had, ordered
congressional !staffs to draw up the final'language.Quints .
PROVIDENCE. R.I. (UPI)))-'Black and Latin American President, Donald F., Hornig'were locked< :
students seized the main administration building of Brown A list of 21 demands aimed at upgrading the status of
University Thursday to demand a better deal for minorities on minorities on the faculty and in the student body was read by !'
'still wellCINCINNATI the campus of the .211.year-old ivy league institution. William Jackson. a blue-jean clad spokesman standing on the
About 500 other students including several hundred white front steps of the four-story brick building. Above him an
!sympathizers ringed the building a national historical l effigy hung by its neck from a third floor window. He said it
I (UPI) All five of the newborn "Levy landmark built in 1770.I .At times they sat on the wet grass in represented a black student being oppressed.
quintuplets" were drinking milk from the feeding bottle silent vigil and at other times clapped and chanted "black Among the demands were calls from complete legal and
Thursday and doctors at General Hospital said the babies versus Brown." academic amnesty for the demonstrators; for a greater
were progressing well. About 40 students occupied the building! without incidentat proportion of black students to be admitted; and increased
"They are in good condition and all are better today then 8:10: a.m. Eight workers inside left when the demonstrators financial help for blacks and latinos.,
yesterday! said Dr. Irwin Light. The infants have been entered but two college deans stayed voluntarily. A "We are going to occupy the building until the university
reported ,doing well ever since their birth I late Tuesday af spokesman said there would be no damage to property. A agrees to our demands." said Jackson. "We demand that our
ternoon. security guard said the doors to all offices including that of proposals be responded to.:"


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HEW reopens. : investigation. into firing of Blye/ ,
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By ERIC ESTRIN which had been inadequately explored." 'October the Blye case would not be reopened.He Contract Compliance the office responsible t
Alligator Staff Writer He said the new investigation should be said the decision was made in consultation tor implementing federal antidiscriminationcontract
The federal Department of Health completed by September.Blye with the Washington office. regulations.
Education and Welfare (HEW) has reopenedits was tired in March, 1972 for allegedly! BUT McKINNEY,WHO has since become "Labor sent, us some information and
investigation into the tiring of former UF making homosexual advances to two acting director of the national office, said asked us whether the information warranted
instructor Councille. Blye students. Thursday the case had never been completely reopening the case. It happened that we were
In a' letter to Blye dated! April 21, Roy. BLYE DENIED THE charge and accused closed. in the process of review anyway," he said.
McKinney, acting director of the depart UF of discriminating against him becaue he is He said Blye provided the: office with some Blye tiled a formal appeal to the Labor
ment's Office for Civil Rights, said "several black. ? new information which further, caused the Department Sept. 16, I 1974,
matters" relating to Blye's, complaints,of ;; ,.subsequent i investigation,by HEW found ,office to believe,"some additional fact finding ACCORDING TO BLYE,one of the errorsin
racial discrimination by UF "require ad: no .evidence of discrimination. ',That investigation is necessary." the original HEW report concerned a
ditional investigation." has been criticized by Blye for The case would have been reviewed anywayas misrepresentation of the exact charge leveled
McKINNEY TOLD The Alligator containing "several outright, untruths and a matter of course, he said. against him in his dismissal.,
Thursday:, ''After :valuating'the entire case innumerable distortions." ACCORDING TO McKinney, the agency The report stated the University Senate
record,.we determined there were some issues' William Thomas the regional director ,ot had been contacted by the' United States Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee
relating to Blye's charges of discrimination HEW/s :Office for Civil Rights, said last Department of Labor's Office tor ,Federal "found Blye guilty as charged of moral
turpitude." .
However, while the committee did
report
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Emergency measures may threaten find Blye had made an "unprofessional
I proposition to a student" nowhere in its
published conclusions is ,jhe, term "'moral
tenured faculty jobs federal grants turpitude" used.
; d, BLYE FILED SUIT in federal court Nov 8
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By STUART EMMRICH .off tenured 'faculty and transferring faculty MARSTON ALSO SAID funding from against UF and the Board of Regents seeking
Alligator Staff Writer lines from one department to another to boost other sources besides the state will be endangered -, reinstatement of his job, compensation for
UF may have to declare a state of the faculty positions in "critical") depart by the cutbacks recommended by back, pay court costs attorney's fees and a
"economic emergency" if forced to operate ments.. Askew new hearing on charges against him by UF. '
within Gov. Reubin Askew's recommended Marston said his top priority for any The economic measures forced by the cuts Also named in the suit are UF President
1975-76 budget, UF President Robert Q. possible action next year will be to "restore ,in resources would have a "ripple effect" on Robert Q. Marston and former UF President
Marston said Thursday. crippled departments to the level where they funding from federal grants and contracts, he Stephen C.O'Connell,who fired Blye in 1972.
Although Marston expressed optimism that can discharge their responsibility." said.UF He based his case on claims that he was
the state legislature will grant a "modest Among! the, more critical departments, faculty who have to give up research tired after the deadline for non f
increase over the level recommended by the according to UF administrators, are English projects go back to full-time teaching will]) reappointment and that the University Senate
governor" he warned "serious measures we zoology, math, and physics which have experienced jeopardize the future of federal fuding, which Committee conducting his hearing, O'Connell .
would not ordinarily consider" might be 13,to 15 per cent losses of faculty makes up 35 per cent of the instructionalSee and the regents denied him due.process in
taken if no extra funds 'are approved. because of the current hiring freeze imposedby ,
THESE INCLUDE the possibility of laying the Board of Regents. ( 'Senate' page six)' (See 'Blye'page six) '.

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By DEBBIE IBERT would require attendance. The student's final
Alligator Staff Writer grade in the' class will be one letter grade
higher than what they got on the first test 'A91c
One less typist in the sociology department provided the student attends class regularly.
means "fewer and poorer exams" for students If someone wants to raise his grade, she
and sinking faculty morale, according to added, he or she can do a term paper to be
department chairman Dr. Gerald Leslie. averaged in'with the tests.
The department lost a full-time typist'last DR. BENJAMIN GORMAN, who sharesan
week and can not fill the vacancy because of a office with Baden, said the loss of a typist
university-wide "freeze" on hiring new won't affect his classes because "I've been GAINESVILLE MALL ,
personnel.THE typing my own ditto-masters for the past two
CLERK-TYPIST quit her job to years." Ah. 2546 N.W. 13th Street
finish her education Leslie explained, leaving But he said he feels "It's not efficient to
the department with only one secretary to have professional-level people doing a typist's
handle the paperwork for 48 sociology sec job." Pointing out that professors'make over
tions. $12.000 and a clerk-typist earns about $5,300,
As a result, Leslie said the department was Gorman added "I'm being paid extremelywell
forced to discontinue objective tests 38 course for being a typist."
sections those with fewer than 60 students. Dr. Joseph Vandiver agreed that "a THEINFASHION '
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"I've been teaching 25 years and I've never professor is employed to teach and do
!seen a situation like this. ,where a depart research, not to type out test stencils.
ment couldn't,afford to type tests," he added. ,
THE LOSS of an office typist shortchangesboth VANDIVER SAID' the department will STORE
students and faculty, Leslie said.' continue to type the tests for his introductory
Instructors' time which once' went for !sociology class because .it. contains 76
counseling, course preparation, research and students. He'll be cutting his own stencils for
reading must now be used for typing test his minority groups course, he said..
stencils or grading lengthy. essay exams, he Although Vandiver will be giving his classes
explained. the same number of tests as before, he said
Students will get "fewer and poorer" examsin the department as a whole will "probably give
. the future because one clerk-typist can not fewer tests," and that this "works against the
type objective tests tor the 38 sections with interests" of the students."I .
less than 60 students. think students would prefer having more
"In the long run, the competency of in- tests on smaller bodies of material than fewer
struction and the quality of education suffers tests covering much material," he said.
," Leslie said. FOR VANDIVER, the "tight secretary
IN A MEMO TO his teaching staff, the tituation" also means he can no longer IV *
chairman asked professors and graduate distribute the extended bibliography he used
assistants to work out a way of handling the to run-off for his course on minorities. He also
test-typing problem and to inform him of had to abandon the attitude questionnaire he
their plans. had previously given his class to fill out.
Some instructors have indicated they will Because of a freeze on hiring new per-
cut their own steincils and ditto-masters, sonnel, the sociology department can not fill
while others have switched from objective to the vacant clerk-typist position unlesssomeone
essay tests and several have cancelled final already on the education and I mi.; Ik.
exams altogether, Leslie said. general (E&G) payroll moves into the spot.,
The sociology department is "doing the Vice President for Administrative Affairs ..,
best it can under the circumstances," he said, William Elmore said the hiring freeze was one
and will continue to cut stencils for classes too ,pan of a cost-cutting administrative decision
large for giving and grading essay exams. made in December to cut ,down on E&G
'l those classes with less than 60 students may expenditures.
get essay instead of objective tests, or no test THE E&G BUDGET was $1 million short
at all, depending on the instructor. of meeting this year's utility costs, Elmore
LESLIE SAID methods tor handling the explained, because lagging state revenues
problem are being left entirely to the necessitated reductions in the budget. .
"prerogative" of the individual instructor.Dr. "We (the administration) decided no one
Mary Anna Baden Tuesday announcedto would be laid off," he said. They also decidedno
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they had taken would be the last. Vacant positions can only be filled by
"I 1 don't type." she said, pointing out that relocating people already employed on the a r,.
cutting the stencil for an objective test'' using E&G budget. A
the "hunt and peck" method would take too But Leslie said his office "checked every
long. possibility in,the university" and found all'
"THE UNIVERSITY. expects !MS, either "not interested or not qualified:'
(professors)to teach,counsel and publish, but THEREFORE the sociology department is :
we're not provided with the clerical,backupto left with only one clerk-typist and "no relief in
type exams" Baden said. sight until July," when the new fiscal year
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Comm ittee'f.QPmed to help. allocate. F funds..


the legislature would allocate IN OTHER ACTION at the senate meeting a resolutionwas
STUA budget areas
By universities. passed suggesting that the State University System placea
in a lump sum to be distributed by the
said he wanted a "different type of mechanism of freeze on all administrative positions and use any available

A select faculty input" to deal with the problems of possible resources to hire more faculty members.The .
departments budget cuts and elimination or resolution. which has no legal effect will be sent to the
UP administration
on chancellor and chancellor-designate of the state system.
of
lump-sum funding programs.
THE COMMITTEE Marston already has two special committees to ,.
University Senate Steering these types of questions he explained he wanted
UF PRESIDENT Robert l.input.from faculty members who were not .. .. .. 'J' ."

Thursday he was becoming appointed to a committee. Blye
prepare ourselves for the HE also wanted input from student leaders on
distribution of resources' on possible budget cuts or program eliminations. (from page three )
He said the committee met with the newly elected SG officials Thursday .
cerning where funds will their representation in these decisions. disposing his case.
funding is Body President-elect Jim Eaton said he was HIS ATTORNEY, American' CivilLibenks
A sub-committee concept of the by his(Marston's) interest in this area" and added Union lawyer Robert Carrigan. said
already given its 'approval student wishes would be seriously considered by the case will remain in the "discovery" period"for
of weeks. .
the next "couple
INSTEAD OF.THE .
The discovery period involves gathering
documents taking depositions and other
areas of fact (finding.
. Carrigan ,said he does not think HEW's
Harris help reopening of the case will affect the court
case but he said it will "have a significant
impact on' the university."

Regent Marshall Harris hurt"M opinion I will give it to them." Harris told reporters MARSTON, HOWEVER said the
'testify in favor of adding Florida State University press conference. reopening of the investigation would not have
Regents." said. he prefers 'the house bill filed by Rep. Bill much effect on cither the court case or UF.
Harris who served in the D-Melbourne. which calls for a single student regent UF attorney Tom Biggs had no com men,
to becoming a regent current nine-member board. on HEW's decision.
legislators he is in favor of Blye said he was "obviously very gratified"
Regents. bill which is currently on the Senate calendar that the matter will be reopened.But .
"I 1 know my opinion putting three students on the board. The senate bill he added. "Notwithstanding the quote-
board as a whole on this : by Sen. Jack Gordon. D-Miami. unquote good news I still bemoan the
manner in which this matter has escalatedand

the damage U has done to' my relationshipwith

Senate the university." t


the. House Ap- would create "serious problems." but addedhe except tor cause, York said "under extra

( from page ) already approved was not aware 'of' any. decision that an ordinary circumstances, such as there not
more than Askew's economic emergency would be declared.HE being enough money to keep everybody
budget, Hugh System (SUS). EXPLAINED each individual employed,. tenured professors could be laid
formation officer said. taken by the full university in the system will decide what off.But
HE ADDED THAT measures might be taken to deal with the the universities first will make an
also go toward was encouraged by budget problems.York attempt to lay off non-tenured faculty York
assistantships and added however that'the seriousnessof said.York
Explaining UF was In the budget could still the situation will be documented" before said he was. "hopeful" that more
the nation in ,{terms of to understand the the regents will approve of any "major funds for the.SUS would be approved by.the
Cunningham said "it has changes". house and senate but added "there is a long
years and years;to -designate of the Explaining that tenured faculty cannot be way to go before any additional allocationsare
six bad years could,really said Askew's budget tired under normal economic conditionsthe approved.




I Eaton and Lobeck to lobby for education bill I IBy



LESLIE GOLAY Florida Legislature. Appropriations Committees in the Florida Lobeck
Staff rlterUf"s Eaton and Lobeck said, will leave for I House and Senate since
Alligator; VI they they decide how "It's a shame, our university president.does
Tallahassee next Thursday to,meet Governor much money the State University System not show more leadership on this
: new Student Body President and Vice Reubin Askew and various legislators."We (SUS) will be funded next year, Eaton stated. issue."Lobeck said,
President Jim Eaton and Dan Lobeck met will try to do something about special Eaton said Marston painted, "a bleak, "I PLAN TO write him a letter tomorrow to
with UF President Robert Q. Marston bills dealing with education" Lobeck said. almost catastrophic picture: for UF if it does try to get an answer from him. It really
Thursday to discuss what the University is MARSTON ADVISED THE new student not get more money than the Governor has bothered me. I feel we need to get leadership
doing to try to 'get more money from the leaders, to concentrate their lobby efforts on recommended. The Governor has asked for from him on this issue," Lobeck said.

about $229 million for SUS. Both Eaton and Lobeck said they would

Rep.. Bill Andrews, D-Gainesville a work to support two separate bills proposedby
member of the House Appropriations Rep. Sid Martin D-Gainesville.
Committee has indicated the legislature will One bill would enable the state to raise $24
probably give the SUS about $15 million over !million additional revenue of which $11
the Governor's recommendation. million could the
go to SUS by reducing
LOBECK SAID, "MARSTON wants that amount of money the state refunds to
$15 million awfully bad. He's making it look businessmen who collect the sales taxes on
pretty bleak. Either we get the money or merchandise and services.
things will collapse around here." "MARSTON'S IN FAVOR of this proposalbut
Both Eaton and Lobeck said they would he is not optimistic about its passage,"
particularly concentrate on making sure the Eaton said.Lobeck .
Board of Regents tuition hike recommendation said the proposal could be an
gets out of the House Education alternative method of collecting educational
Committee and to the House floor to come up revenue rather than the tuition hike.
law for a vote. If it is not voted on. it will become The other proposal submitted by Manin
automatically.
would require definite legislative approval of
Fees for
credit hour
under
the new plan will the
: $14 for lower division Regents' tuition hikes.. Presently, if
courses $15 for
.r fee
I. .,. division courses. $20 for upper legislature does, not act: on 'a Regents
graduate level ',proposal then it becomes law.
courses and $22 for
thesis
and
hours. dissertation EATON AND LOBECK said they would be
: '"FROM THE talking about alternative methods of utilizing
correspondence we've had university ,facilities the summer.
with during
legislators it
y'i sounds like the hike
stands
Lobeck said assess
chance the Regents want to
a good of
being defeated
." if we
can
\ get students summer
\ } .', ; it to the floor. One-third have money for not attending
pledged to .
vote
against it." Lobeck said. school at least once before they graduate."We
EATON AND DAN LOBECK'
JIM
Marston would would rather see an incentive to stay
.discuss plans for Tallahassee trip the proposed tuition take no hike definite stand on during the summer rather than a penalty l like
according to cheaper dorm rates" Eaton said.Pug. .



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The Independent Florida Alligator,Friday,April 25. 1975.Page 7


Garden business blooms hereBy ./ 1

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JOANNE KOHL However, the store is overstocked on certain other kinds of
Alligator Staff Writer seeds he said. According to Ziegler. sales of both seed and
fertilizer are up by 20 per cent.
High prices at the grocery store are one reason homeowners
MANY MORE PEOPLE
growing their own. according to a ,
are planting vegetable gardens this year. Consequently, sales random survey of area seed stores. w.
of seeds and fertilizers are up, according to : .
Gainesville area
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Backyard
vegetable gardens are not only more economical, I
garden supply store owners. but those who grow them according to Ziegler, "know what
ArFlorlda Pest Control, the supply of certain seeds has they're eating."
been almost completely exhausted, according to owner Wayne Plant food and fertilizer are also selling well, and Ziegler
Ziegler. says they are well stocked to meet the demand.
REORDERS THAT usually take approximately a week to Those owners who ordered their supplies based on last
fill are now overdue by a month on certain vegetables and year's sales may have trouble getting refills according to Riley
mm.
herbs, he said. Blitch of Garden Gate Supply Store. Sales at Garden Gate ?
"This can be partly accounted by the fact that not enough were up about 20 per cent this March, compared to last *** *
seeds were grown to replace the existing': stock," Ziegler said. March according to Blitch.

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MARSHA GILMER The service's hotline 377RAPE. is manned 24 hours daily.
Alligator Staff Writer The rape counseling service also counsels the relatives or
For students with problems and no answers, the telephonecan boyfriends of the rape'victim. .
be a way out. The Corner Drug Store runs a free medical clinic which is
At least 'tour agencies in the Gainesville area have 24-hour equipped to handle pregnancy tests, V.D. tests, and abonion r-
hotlines offering medical. legal and short term mental health referrals. -!' -
counseling geared to help students through personal crises. THE DRUG STORE, whose staff is trained to handle
ONE SUCH AGENCY, the Suicide and Crisis Intervention crises, provides a counseling service for personal problems of -
Center, specializes in suicide prevention abortion and any son.Ii also has a drug testing service and will analyze any
bereavement counseling. Short term crisis counseling drug without requiring the student's identification. The
emergency services for mental health and referral service are phone number is 3781588. .
all available when necessary. Another information center fordrug related problems is the
The center's hotline number is 3764444. Office 'for Student Services. The staff members are trained in
For sexual assault and rape counseling or medical and legal first aid. and are available at 123 Tigen Hall. 3921278. for photo by bob. 'wool
information about a sexual assault the Rape Information and walk-in students who need assistance. EXHAUSTED SEED RACKS
Counseling Service is available. The Gainesville Chamber of Commerce publishes a booklet .many growing their own I
THIS ORGANIZATION, run by volunteers is set'ur to called the Self Help Directory. The directory lists other phone
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Summer enrollment/ clans/ to considered

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By DEBBIE IBERT that goal through voluntary incentives, such as lower tuitionin quaners before receiving their bachelor's degree.
Alligator Staff Writer the summer," Harris explained.. Requiring first-time-in-college students to attend at least
Two more proposals to boost summer quarter enrollmentsin The argument for granting universities more flexibility in one summer quaner before graduation.
all nine state universities surfaced this week and will be dealing with state-appropriated funds is "gaining. steam in Limiting fall enrollments to the fall 1974 level until
considered by the Council of University Presidents in the legislature," Harris said. enrollments in the other quarters, including summer have
Tallahassee next Tuesday Harris said he based his optimism on the fact that two of reached 90 per cent of fall quarter's enrollment.
The suggestions, now totaling seven, range from making the most powerful people on the Senate Ways and Means At their April meeting, the regents instructed the Councilof
summer attendance mandatory before graduation to Committee its chairman Bob Saunders, D-Gainesville, Presidents to come up with recommendations on the best
arranging financial incentives and penalties. The proposals and Sen. Education Committee Chairman Robert Graham proposal to comply with the legislature's demand that
would not become'effective until fall, 1976. D-Miami Lakes both reacted favorably to the'lump-sum universities achieve full summer utilization or face funding
CHANCELLOR-DESIGNATE E.T. York said the latest funding idea. reductions.
proposal creates a voluntary, financial incentive plan to lure As for deciding on a' specific proposal at the next regents UF President Roben Q. Marston said he "strongly opposes
meeting,Harris said he is inclined to "put off any mandate coercion" plans that make summer attendance mandatory
until the legislature acts on the lump-sum funding proposal.IF before graduation, and expects a "combination of financial
THE REGENTS have to pass anything Harris said he incentives and disincentives whereby the student who goes to
leans toward requiring first-time-in-college students to attendone summer school sets an overall break."
.. summer quarter before receiving a bachelor's degree, or "MY ANTICIPATION IS for some kind of fee adjustmentwith
r some kind of "graduate permit surcharge" for students' who 'a modest penalty'for students who choose not to go to
Marston wants a plan in:' never attended school in the summer. school in the summer, and a modest reward for. those who
which summer quarter The fee for getting a diploma in this case would be "much do."
student "get an overall much less than any per credit hour surcharge" Harris added. The Senate Education Committee, led by Graham, is tryingto
break. One plan developed by the regents' staff involves adding a end :"inefficient under-utilization of facilities" at state
; 10 per cent surcharge tentatively $2.50 per credit hour universities during the summer quaners.
onto. the tuition of students in fall,winter and spring quarters. Ernie Litz. Graham's legislative aide said the legislature
TIIEN, THE ,SURCHARGE'' would be given back to
students who choose to attend school in the summer by
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crediting the amount'of the surcharge toward that, quarter's '
0 d tuition and registration fees. {f

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more students into attending summer quarter. regents, if the amount of the surcharge paid in the previous S
Students who go to school in the summer would pay $5 per quaner equals the amount of the student's tuition, then the ,,..
credit hour less in tuition than the established fee level. To student pays 'no tuition' for summer 'quarter.If ;
make up for the reduction,students attending fall, winter and the !amounts don't equal, the student either pays the Harris backs the "lump-
spring quarters would pay $1 more per credit hour, he ex difference tuition or gets credit from the university towardhis sum" funding proposal,
\ plained.For I next quarter's tuition. with "voluntary incentives -
J' example, York said'fees for someone taking 15 hoursin YORK SAID the plan creates a "financial disincentive" to, ." ".: .
t the summer would be S7S less than if the student took the encourage to attend summer quaner, and also force
same IS hours in fall, winter, or spring. those students who do' not to pay part of the overhead cost in BX
,ACCORDING TO YORK, if students took off a different operating the universities during the summer.
quarter: for vacationing than the traditional summer quarter, Students who don't attend summer quarters add to the cost
they would save $15 from what they pay in tuition currently for those who do," York explained.
with no incentive! plan. "If a student wants the privilege of not going to school in
<. An individual who went to school year-round would pay $30 the summer he should pay for a portion of the total cost," the -
less. than now, he added. Chancellor' designate said. and the regents had agreed in 1969 that the universities would
Regent Marshall Harris came up with another suggestion The other proposals for increasing summer quarter move to full four-quarter enrollment equality within ten years,
that summer enrollment plans for each university "oughtto enrollments include: but that in the six-year period "the regents have done virtually
come under" the lump-sum funding proposal being Prohibiting students from enrolling for two consecutivefall nothing."
considered by legislature. quarters unless they have attended at least one of the two ."TflERE WAS NO attempt at innovative practices to bring
"IF WE GET lump-sum funding, then each, individual preceding summer quarters. students into the summer quaner," f Litz said.
university can be given a goal bring up summer enrollment Requiring two-year students to attend at least one Harris, a legislator in 1969, agreed that in six years the
to a certain percentage and can use their sum to achieve summer quarter, and four-year students at least two summer regents had produced "nothing visible" solve the problem.










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The Student Government elections have come

and gone once again and we can only comment,

good riddance to its passing.

Now maybe the student senators new and old,

can finally begin to pay a little attention to the

business of running SG. r

The last three senate meetings were "sparsely

attended" to say the least. In fact once they

couldn't even reach a quorum and the senate \,,.\

meeting was cancelled. \
The last meeting on Tuesday night didn't I.

exactly draw a standing room crowd, either. 1iEt9'

Fifteen minutes after the meeting was to begin,

only 32 of. the 80 senators, had arrived.

Senate President Kevin Malone adjourned the

meeting for thirty minutes and when they

reconvened, lo and behold, a quorum of 40 was

present.
Half the elected senate body to ,be exact. -, iuC

The major order of ,business that night was I

validating the results of the first election. They i

also approved $356 for the UF rugby team's Hazards shroud evacuation

travelling expenses and, the transfer of $70 in the t

course and teacher evaluation supply fund to the WASHINGTON Fear is growing inside the State Operation Baby Lift. The blame for this lies mainly! with the

transportation and telephone fund. Department and Pentagon ,that the ,fall of Saigon now South Vietnamese bureaucracy.
In all, $426 worth of business was transactedthat considered a certainty may result in a bloodbath between the Most of the 1,700 orphans who were flown out of Vietnamover
night. Granted it's a small amount of money, South Vietnamese and Americans.' the past three weeks had already been processed before
small potatoes compared to $2.5 million. The experts are:deeply concerned that when Americans the big airlift began. Arranging for additional adoptions,
evacuate the city. South Vietnamese citizens and soldiers will however, proved virtually impossible.
The amount that was involved April 8 when the
panic and attack them. Thus, military and diplomatic of.
Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee ticials have for, weeks been assembling and updating con ROSEMARY TAYLOR an Australian who has been '
budget was approved on final reading.; tingency plans for such an emergency. running adoption agencies in Vietnam for eight years told us
Only 41 senators, one over the legal quorum, BUT EVEN IF the evacuation goes smoothly, hundreds of that 12 of her orphans had died various diseases in the past
even bothered to show up for the $2.5 million people who want to get out will be left behind. month. "I dare not think too much about all my"babies who
allocation. Much of the responsibility for this catastrophe insiders are dying while their papers are being completed, she told us
sadly.
That same ''night $650 was also approved for'

1,200 whistles to be distributed to women studentsto r JACK ANDERSON WATCHFUL EYE Congress is picking up investigativesteam.
at least slow down For' years. Congress dished 'out money to the
stop, or rape on campus.
bureaucracy without too close attention how it
paying to
was
After the ASFAC budget proposals were'passedon L WEEKLY SPECIAL spent.

final reading, Malone ,commented, "Any The General Accounting Office'is supposed to be the investigative
senator who did not show up for this meeting and arm of Congress. But its auditors must depend
the last meeting, I will be under the presumptionthat have complained to us. can be attributed to the U.S. am upon the government agencies for their information. If the

they have resigned. There is no way we (the bassador in Saigon Graham Martin.He GAO reports are too critical the cooperation is cut off.
is fanatic in
believer South
a the Vietnamese cause and, The bureaucrats
supply Congress with no more informationthan
senate) can' function with 41 people here. 'we told has refused
are absolutely to accept the possibility ofa necessary to maintain friendly relations. And Congress
That sums up our feeling. communist victory. seldom presses too hard for fear its sources of information will
The*main,reason given for attendance was BEHIND THE U.S. embassy in Saigon for example, a dry up.
recreation: facility called the "American Club" is being built.
off there
that senators were campaigning. But are
One person who'recently returned from Vietnam told -us BUT THE WATERGATE scandal has infected Congresswith
24 hours in each and in week.
day, seven days a
that, under Martin's guidance the carpenters were still a new spirit of investigation. The House Government
For those 39 40 absent senators not to be able to ,
or hammering and sawing just a few days ago. Operations Committee has prepared a study of all the investigators
a spend three or four hours at the' very most to AS A CONSEQUENCE of this attitude, our sources say. that are planned by House committees in the .,
attend the senate to which they were elected is a Martin has done little to get his employes out of the country. months ahead.
travesty. Insiders are worried that the tragic scene which recently The House Appropriations ,Committee alone, for example .

One senator told us she was pleased that so occurred When the in DaNang U.S. consulate will be repeated.there has started fifty separate investigations. These include major !;c
was hastily abandoned reviews of health, education and welfare programs.At .
many of the meetings were so well-attended during scores of Vietnamese employes were stranded. last the watchdogs on Capitol Hill are beginning to
the winter quarter. Shouldn't all meetings be well. STATE DEPARTMENT spokesmen say the evacuation of growl a. little. .
attended? Americans has.proceeded slowly to avoid creating panic

Why should any meeting, even during the however.among the President South Vietnamese, At Congressional urging NO SALE. Jackie Kennedy Onassis we have learned, often
Ford has
now given "very high priority" to sells her used clothes raise But when
elections, be sparsely attended? the American pullout. to extra spending cash.
When there is business to transact, and student, Also left behind when South Vietnam is finally abandonedwill their clerks: in one New York used clothing store discreetly told
customers which items were
money to be spent, it affects all students. All be thousands of orphans who could not be brought out on number of Kennedy-haters who refused Jackie's to they buy turned'them.Pag. up a
students should be represented'when the crucial
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decisions are made. Ron
CunnIngham David Klein
This year, let's hope the new senators,and the, Th Independent Editor-in-Chi.f MonogI'Q! Editor

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EDITOR In reference to Howard O'Neal's letter pertaining period between 1 I' and 4 p.m. imply "mismanagement and negligence" on the part of the
to the rodeo at Carnigras, I feel I should correct his The Rodeo Club was assured that an ambulance would be Rodeo Club but negligence on the pan of the ambulance .

erroneous reporting. at the event, or they would not have proceeded with planning service.
f; First of all the rodeo was not Student Government it. At 1 1:10: p.m. Saturday the ambulance had not arrived and As to the statement that the planning was haphazard, no
>.I sponsored but sponsored by Student Agricultural Council and after a call was placed to the'service, they replied that they one is aware of the thoughtful planning and hard work that
the Rodeo Club, all a pan of the college council system. Might could not get up a crew to cover the rodeo.. went into this event except those persons who donated their
I add that the rodeo had the fullbacking from the UF administration. No contact had been made informing the Rodeo Club of time to expose the students of UF to an agricultural event.
\ Yes I would agree with O'Neal) that a rodeo is aro"Jgh this, even after the ambulance service had assured the club My advice to O'Neal is that in the future he as a Journalism
event, but the participants are fully aware of the risks, they need not check with them again before the rodeo. The major should report the facts for there are people who read
and a release form was signed by all the contestants. ambulance service did state that they would send a dispatcherto his article that knew as little about .the event as he obviously
;SECONDLY,IN O'Neal's letter he stated it was "obviously the rodeo so the rodeo proceeded.AS did .
t" standard. procedure" to have an ambulance standing by at a THE RODEO progressed and no dispatcher arrived, .1..
rodeo. Had O'Neal been more familiar with such events he the officials still felt no need to halt the rodeo because the ..
\* would] have known that at this size rodeo an ambulance does University Police Department with walkie-talkies and three "
i' not have to be present. However because this event was on other persons besides yourself, Mr. O'Neal, with CB radio Paul Landrum
/. campus and involved students, an ambulance was contracted were present. Also as you stated the ambulance when called .,'..,',.'-.1 President
a week in advance for the event at a cost of$75 for the 3-hour arrived in an adequate amount of time. This to us does not ..? "' ". Student. Agricultural Council
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\ EDITOR Alright an inadequate library, faculty is the only place it exists.
> studentsl Are going to sit idly lay-offs etc. Why not "ax" Shall we show our discontent
'.. by and watch the quality of administration for a change? with what has already
\ y) our education and that of our That would turn the tables. happened is happening, and
; i children go completely down But the Board of Regents will 'continue to happen or
the drain? That's exactly howit (BOR) would never even shall we let bad enough turnto

1'1' ,.: ; appears to me. consider it, much less im disaster? One thing is for
I 1.. "'a.,; I r While we all stand by the plement any action. That's sure, it's not getting any
\ '1 Board of Regents slowly sucks because they the (BOR) are better.
.. \ our pockets dry of not only not for QUALITY SO LET'S GET it together.
;., '" :' money but the quality of our EDUCATION, but for and ACT NOWI! All those for
'. 'fo 1' education as well. ADMINISTRATION. quality education. snow itt!
:.':'; ttII.. .' IN MONDAY'S Alligator Administration of WHAT? Speak out and others will
,' < read that social sciences is QUALITY EDUCATION??? listen.
'" about to get the "ax". We. as HA! I think not.
i students 1 feel have alreadyfelt What we need now is

that "ax" in several support from each other Lynn Baker
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a troubled world Karate not limited to hurting""" .


EDITOR It was very saddening to read Sharon Alford's EDITOR This is in response' to Dr. Gerald Ritter's In sparring, which is the test of our techniques and endurance
review of the movie "Time To Run.: Her cold attitude was comment in an article of April 22 that "Most people take it points are awarded, not for blows that injure the
exactly that of the movie's central) character. I guess they were for granted that judo, kung-fu, and karate are similar, but opponent but for strikes to an open area that if hit would a
right when they said you could see a little bit of yourself in the they are wrong.,In judo your objective is to defeat your op- injure the opponent. The purpose of sparring is not to"defeat"
movie. ponent without huning him. In karate you have to hurt your your opponent but to test and apply those
ALL YOU HAVE to do is listen to the radio read a paper 'opponent." techniques learned in class.
or even walk down the street to become engulfed in the As members of UF 's" Choung Nhu Karate Association we' As stated judo, kung-fu and karate are not similar; each is
problems of today. How many of these protestors, leaden, take exception to Ritter's comment. Apparently Ritter is not a separate and unique an form with separate and unique,
spokesmen or whatever took the time to sit down and read the as informed about karate as he is about judo. advantages. All martial an forms'involve elements of dangerand
Bible or study the life of Jesus. The ministry of Jesus in not KARATE, AND ALL martial arts, are means of self-- risk of injury, but one form is not necessarily more
1 one of hate, fear, war or racism: but one of love. defense but there is much more involved then "huning dangerous or ,violent than another, only different.Jan .
!. Jesus said "you shall love, your neighbor as yourself." If opponents." Karate incorporates both physical and mental Nelson )1UC
4 everyone followed these simple words, would there be a need discipline, as well as skill stamina and concentration. Melanie Halfaker 2UC
I. for war racial strife, crime prevention or Equal Rights
i .Amendments? If we would look upon one another with I love
f1. instead of hate and fear would this world be in such turmoil?

.. It seems difficult to imagine a person scorning this teaching jTI .'
: of love. This fundamental need seems missing from' many 4 t ,. w t' rxxr iY a
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fellow, Jesus said: "I) say to those that hear love your enemies
:! do good to those'who hate you bless those who curse you !
pray for those who abuse you"
,.. HOW CAN A PERSON condemn such a teaching as this a' S ry, r
and pass it off as just another "trip"? Is this such a radical
" : teaching? It must have been, because the people of Christ's
;'1 time put him to death. Even in such torture Jesus, said
i r, ),J ,"Father.. forgive"them for they know not what they do.:' } ? r *rA
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offu f (tut,notices 4 'importanttufttrmttton ''' .. In addition to teaching both graduateand economic history significant at this
,">> to"ttudeittl.. /facultr4,\ & undergraduate classes, Dr.. Woodruff lifted the widest acclaim and continues feeling' war:" particular time.
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Advanced Study at Princeton University, I IJ944, the book was hailed last year asJO Nottingham, Woodruff spent more than engineer overseer, and we ate well,"
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... "Impact" trilogy. iUng to have emerged from the second Mediterranean and European war thea- father searched for work and we ate whatwe
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l4 '4 @ dealt with Europe's' Impact on the world's' 1 lid War II.London. taught at the Universities of Illinois and the then 17-year-old Woodruff recalls .t

t \ economy. His latest volume, "America's' ie Times literary supplement Melbourne. "hitching a ride from Manchester to
P'\ ; Impact on the World,"details the U.S. role t tiie time of publication wrote, "There's Woodruff is in demand from throughoutthe London,"where he worked at an East End :A r,
., f in world economy from 17501970.The third 1 IP that bears out the (publisher's' ) academic world. He has recently 'Foundry and studied at night.
,Ii' Honor) () System: will treat with the impact of the Australianarea (Aparison of Vessels of Sadness withAll's' returned from lecturing and conducting a "I cannot say I supplemented the family ..

.,.......' w1 on world economy. jpon t the Western Front.. It succeeds inHreying seminar at the University of Berlin and income greatly," Woodruff said, "but I

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student Honor System will be held Monday Literature, THB DmtRNATXONJU.BnrW81fAOAZnnC
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; NATIONAL FINALIST BRIAN JONES (L),DEAN JOHN PAUL JONES Reitz Union."Anybody. Are Monday: FocusDR.BREE 'There Is a Turning of the Tide'The '
Point to open.spot for new Journalism' medallion and everybody-students,
faculty members, Career Service em- ,
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YEARSJournalism
:, 6TH TIME IN IS tell us what they think should be done to Speaks Monday t sun-bleached pine-stands of central power has come to an apogee in a very from the reality of the present world i t
improve the Honor System,," said Dr. Dr. Germaine Bree, Kenan professor of Nitty Gritty,Dirt Band Florida may not seem like the most short period of time. scene. Americans accept democracy as a ,
logical<: vantage point for a self. rule of nature. Democracy is not rule of
StudentsWin Arthur Sandeen, vice-president for Student humanities at Wake Forest University, proclaimed internationalist.But in seven Q.And as a result, ,America lacks, historical nature. It is the most difficult form of
Services, who will moderate the speaks on "Why Literature: The French itty Gritty Dirt Band""' providesgrass years at the University of Florida in perspective? government to administer in the whole
hearing. "Suggestions are welcome as Debate" at 8:15: p.m.'Monday in the J.. and country rock starting at 8 Gainesville, Prof. William Woodruff has A. That's right. A fundamental American world. It requires you first of all to be' !
reactions to the Task Force recommendations Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium. The Saturday on the Reitz Union North achieved a worldwide reputation as an disorder has been historical naivete. wealthy. Americans seem to think thereis
National Contest or completely separate from that president of the Modem Language Association I IL Student Government Productions economic<' historian. And his latest book, Americans have not realized that the a jampot around every corner) and all
of America will speak on social, I the Interhall Council are "America's' Impact on the World, 1750-: norm they were holding out to the rest of America has to do is get around and get
report. cosponsorsi 1970"' has touched off a simmering the world was itself based on a very the ingredients,bake its bread,and there ,
of Florida students have won the national Journalistic writing competition 16-member Task psychological and moral implications of f Dorm Week activity.
University student-faculty e i intellectual(: controversy in Europe con special conjunction of circumstances.< ,,I it is. The, U.S. cannot mother-hen the
sponsored by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation for the sixth time in 15 years. Force on the Student Judiciary has literature as expressed in ongoing critical cerning' the 58-year-old professors con- don't know if Cod shed his grace on thee, world. By trying, it is misleading others
r In addition, sophomore Brian Jones of Coral Gables has qualified as one of eight presented a l 10-page set of recommendations debate In France.The free public programis ,Florida Symphony '., tention that the influence of America on but somebody sure did. And so when and deluding itself. '
national finalists for individual honors. The write-off competition will be in San calling for elimination of the studentrun the final "Mobilization of Mind and the world scene has begun to (tide... Americans stick their thumbs into the pie
Francisco May 12. Honor Court and replacing it with a Matter"" lecture of the year, sponsored by Florida Symphony Orchestra,head- Recently,the British-born Woodruff out- 'and pull out plums,they say' it is good old !Q.] How have Americans, been deluding
Other Florida students who won points in six monthly competitions( ,to capture overall student-faculty Honor Council The Task the UF Graduate School with a grant from $ rtered (in Orlando and conducted by lined his ideas to NEWSWEEK'S William American know-how.I don't mean to sell themselves?

first place were: Celeste Calvitto, Timonium,?, Md; Martha Chamberlain, Bradenton; Force report has been circulated: to all the Alumni Association. Pi el Despalj, performs at 8:15: p.m. Schmidt.' Below,their conversation

I ; ; ,- registered student organizations on cam- & day y in University Auditorium. It is the SCHMIDT: What da, you mean when, you ,
r 7-; ,, ) ; ; pus and was summarized in the Tuesday ,Jaworsti Q-A Session ft il I Student Government Productions talk about tit/, American Dream f' ... .. c.". s.,
7 City;, and Theresa L. Wood, Miami edition of University Digest. ci ert for the academic; year andes WOODRUFF:The American Dream is a ,
The nation's' fifty-five accredited Journalism schools ,compete in the annual Sandeen said that he and Dr. Robert Leon Jaworski, former Watergate special b works by Glinka, Brahms and linear view of progress. And by that I ." '. ., .'" :
competition, which awards scholarships up to $$1,500, each, totaling more than $$60,000., Bryan, interim vice-president for Aca prosecutor, will hold,an informal f rat University students are admitted mean that Americans!! believe in the .''i \
,
The University of Nebraska has won the team national championship three times, but no demic Affairs,have set a May 30 deadline questions and answer session open to the fc i and non-students can make unpaid (continual' advance of material affluence: kf.' ':?"" ,.>;' <
for themselves but for the whole .
not only )tN.
other school has won first more than once. Florida students have never finished lower for their recommendation to President public at 10:20: a.m. Monday In the Holland fc mUons for their$$2.50 seats by calling. world America believed it was possible "

r than sixth; Marston on a revised system. Sandeen Law Center Auditorium to begin UF Law I 1653.. to make an American world, in terms of :
said that at least one more public hearing Week 1975 activities. the' principles it thought were right- .t,1.t,1America ,
will be conducted and that the student and Jaworski will speak at a noon luncheonon Masten Theses Due May 23 Christianity, democracy(: and economic
Dental Student Wins First faculty senates have been asked to submit "The Role of Citizenship" at Gainesville growth.The American Dream is the sum
a,. recommendations. Individuals are also Woman's' Club. Luncheon tickets are t day, May 23, is the last day for the of its own sacred\( cows such(' as. its belief Thatit

: A University of Florida dental student, Dennis Fisher, won first-place for his table encouraged to submit written suggestions. sold outOther I submission of theses for all graduateents that\is the affluence world( depends rather than on America.scarcity(' that Professor:Woodruff( :The' world does. not hang. on an Amerleabre--;; :;' I _I IA.

clinic at Emory University in southeastern regional competition. The display may be activities of Law Week 1975 expecting to receive. a master'sthis governs economic( theory. That America ..
viewed Monday from 10 am to 3:30: p.m.at the Alachua County Dental Professions Dayon Office Machine include a play at 8:15:: pjn. Tuesday and quarter. All papers should be (can' go it alone That America holds!!,the short,but its success is due to a .Did Americans really believe it was
the first floor of the Communicore Building. at the NW corner of the Health Center Wednesday nights on the life of U.s.. Into Room 280 Grinter HalL'dies secret universal success.( !! very special set of circumstances, not possible for them to go on amassing
least that earlier great accident of history, wealth and power in the world without "
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Court Oliver
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complex.Fisher's' three-dimensional of'the pulpal Thefts Q. But haivn't, Americans always' / been a the discovery(' of America itself.The lack, the poorer nations demanding a greater t,
features plastic replicas
transparent Increase Holmes Tic
display "The Magnificent Yankee. of historical sense which the Americans share?Those who direct the oil policies
; bit,messianic,,,' ? \
spaces and their surrounding' tooth structure as they exist in the natural tooth. Fisher kets are 50 cents at the Law Center in Bonn A. Yes, but the d dream\ used to be an invariably show has deluded them into of the Middle East were trained with me
'developed the three-dimensional> plastic model after publishing an article in the January Locks Auditorium door.Wednesday .. idea, of progress that\ meant spiritual believing that they (could' provide a pre at Harvard{ in the 1950s. As far as I Il'an
issue of Journal of EndodoBtics... SuggestedOne and Thursday mornings Begin For r UF pm esl.! That's\ how Jefferson saw it, He ''scription for the world's' economic ills;, remember they are merely doing whatwe
Fisher holds a UF Bachelor of Science degree. from 9 ajn. to noon a 'short course on said.\ that\ America was 'acting for the ''which is tQ assume that the U.S. has the were all taught to'' 'do. The (catch- for
hundred fifty-seven UF whole of mankind. While many of the only rational economic system and that the West is that'it never expected the
university-
"Women and the Law" will be held in the f Department ,of Germanic &
owned people who first (lame' to America- from all others are the result of ignorance,or East to apply ,its Western learning
typewriters calculators
and te
tape Law Center Auditorium. Cost Is$$5 for the Languages and Literatures has Europe were trying to improve their error.O. against the West. By our own standards,
recorders: have been reported stolen or lost public conference at the door) Med an what. the
(payable exchange program begin- economic(: :position,some were motivatedby precisely tinis East committing(
Lake Wauburg Recreation during the first nine months of the fiscal which will feature local: attorneys and law Wl quarter with b the Friedrich-Wil- a' spiritual power. They wanted to But other nation hove still taught!. out. ,in)"charging what the market will hear"' ?
year;According. to Joseph Hough, University faculty.: >University In Bonn, West Germany. save' the world;,,to set an example. But ,indeed/followed tht American Drtam; ", ;?- /
) Controller,76 business machines were Professor Julius Marke of. New York exchange ia open to'' students with America has become<,' secular and com A.if the world has been eager to accept 0..'But the Middle East' oil crisis,like, the
All at UniversityLake stolen bad its Americas,ideas. economic growth' and ,M",Vietnam...,surely, It'forcing,. the u.s. to
Open to or lost during the entire '1973-74 University College of Law will speak at 8 8pjn. f quarter proficiency In German. mercial. I don't say this is ;, Just1 on war << I
it because the idea of take look the world? t
fiscal l diflerent So(our norms!!have shifted from development, is a : a ntw at
year. Hough noted that year ;
UF's Thursday night Dr. Marks Is noted orfull-year study programs for' everybody and give world,of plenty for the common man That's' right.There(is sa turning of the
baptise
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Wauburg, the University'.outdoor recreation area nine mils south of U7 problem is a nation-wide one. He&said that can be trying): to ,
for his Justice in almost
biographical: works on arranged any them' their(ou n political system to trying filled a vacuum in man'* thinking: Others tide. America is now going through a& '
on Highway 441, offers swimming, boating, fishing, pimirking' &, and playground more than one million business machines Oliver Wendell Hoboes. HIt public'lecture le c discipline. them the right economic'< order. have their ideas about religion and period of reassessment. It is reassessingits
area for UP students,faculty: and staff and their guests.'The! area is open noon to 8 8pjn have been stolen in the U.& Is free. cost of a yearly<< period in Bonn to give\ 'politics;, what they did not have-until 'dreams, its ideals and its world responsibilities -

,weekdays and 11 ajn. to 8 pjn.on'weekends; it la doted on Mondays.)' To be In a memorandum to deans, directors ( expected to exceed the cost of one, Q.;Are If you(' talking' about,.. an arrogance 'In they t took it from the West-was the idea ,The mother-hen period of
admitted each vehicle must contain with a UF Identification card. and Giordano Nomtd of of universal economic plenty. American history,I think is over.Except
a passenger I' department chairmen,, Hough suggests JJF can>puat .... Americas,,,t'Ith/ ,;(' u'cridl;?
A lifeguard is present on from noon to 9 pun.weekdays from 11 ajn. toy 5 pjn. that administrators consider : t Uses begin< A. No, its more a matter of human in the holocaust of war, America's(: effect
Saturday and Sunday,and trimming is limited d to those times when the lifeguard locking devices available purchasing Acting;; 'V-Chanctffor, ... weeks on September& 4 in Bonn.M \eakness.\' When any nation whether it's Q.t] But you. sou this. dream...It.fading Why? Upon the,world must be very limited. '
through of language orients' America or Britain or Rome,gains power, A.Because the world does not hang on The<<:! American 6 per cent of the world'speople .
t is present. the UF Purchasing Office.Hough notes the Dr. E.A. '"''II Dk''" Giordano, director<' of talents will participate both in it tends' !! to feel that this is permanent and an American thread. It hangs on many can at best be only the ;leaven In
t Fisherman may enter the area at dawn on Saturdays and Sundays to fish off the locks are ,easily' installed and are reds academic: development and continuing : I hr course: work and tutorial Pro- that\ its!! \way\' of( life Is. unhenal.' I don't threads.And the American norm that the the lump of the other 94 per cent. Myths
dock.Boats without motors are permitted in the area, Including canoes,,sailboat, !lively! Inexpensive, considering the COlt,of, education program hat been named acting Will be evaluated by faculty in the ...". 'j'know,\\',If Americans& have' been any,more world can, be .made' (In its Image isunrealisticbecauseitisbased and dreams disappear when they conflict) I, ;Ut ,lfoq()
;
the ; what is .; on a level with reality, and in the world is '
rowboats, etc.Barbecue equipment they protect He State University currently' guilty\ ) about this than. others. But reality ,
: grills and picnic tables are available, and a covered eating area has Contact the main Purchaaina ''OffIce 'vice chancellor for academic affairs Tucker;: ent in System dilitlnd ab America is that. its.f fantastic: of affluence and idealism far removed scarcity,affluence. :f .r 5 5March ,: ;, ..",",.
been added. Nets are available for' volleyball, badminton, etc., but 392-1331 8 will serve until successor to Alan 1 tact Bonn.O.W. I.
recently or the Health ( teTp purchasing' is appointed. He Joined the BOR staff !toH66 n nl J Johnston, 13d SI 1,1975,
players must bring their own sports equipment. 392-1765.office, Si2-2IU"' IFAS Purchasing' l ;sit 1870-72 at Florida Intonations! ications.,ii8 f for further information and .'

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WHAT'S APPESIMG University College Council PresentsCAREERDAY'.75

By TOM VEENSTRA formation. call ((81.1)) 166-6700.
Alligator Staff Writer SDX PICNIC Sigma Delta Chi will have a
picnic Saturday for old and new members at
NORMLi The Gainesville organization for 12:30: p.m. at Hume field. For. funher. information .
the reform of Marijuana laws (NORML) will" call 3725761.
have guest lecturer from the'National Boardof SKATES: The Newman Club is sponsoring a
NORML and Dr. Irvine Goflrnan of the skating party Saturday at 7:30: p.m. Rides will .
UF Economics Dept. speaking Sunday at 8 be provided to the rink at the Catholic
p.m. in McCany Auditorium. For more Student Center. Admission is 52. For more
information call Steve at 3724434. information contact 3928772. Want to study
TUG O' WAR Delta Chi fraternity will FOLK DANCING,,the UF Folkdancers meet .
sponsor an -fraternity tug of war 1 I p.m. each Friday from 9 ,p.m. to midnight Engineering
Saturday at Graham area pond to raise teaching beginning classes from 9 p.m. to I 10 Sanitary
money for the American Cancer Society. p.m. and advanced classes from 10 p.m. to
EMD LECTURE The Earth Metabolic: midnight. For more information contact John II. but don't know
Design Lab is launching the first series of Ward at 376-0224.(
programs on energy life support alternatives. BAHA'Ii A discussion on the history of the
The first lecture will be tonight at 7:30: at Baha'i faith will be at room 118 in J. Wayne about jobopportunities
the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Reitz Union tonight at 8 p.m. The public i is
Sarasota. Admission is 'S3. For more in invited.INSIDE ?

_ INFORMATIONEDITOR'S I

( NOTE Inside Information I b a required and these separated by from one to
weekly feature In he Independent Florida two weeks. Contact should again be made
Alligator,providing readers with Information about two weeks prior to departure for last-
on all aspects: of personal health and policiesof minute changes.
the student health service. Bring your The Alachua County Health Department is Want to to
questions to room 305 of the J. Wayne Rest located at 816 S.W. 4th Avenue and the go
4 Union or the lobby of the Student Health telephone number is 3785321.
service. For further Information please What Is the infirmary policy on giving out Divinity School (
j contact the health Education office at the excuses for missed classes
t Student Health service room 237)) In October 1966, the requirement for
What shots are required to travel oenead Infirmary excuses for class absence was but don't know-
The vaccinations required for travel outsidethe discontinued. A professor who doubts illnessas
United States vary from country to a reason for a student's absence may verifyan what acceptance
country and from time to time. The required Infirmary visit by telephone. Under no
shots are determined by the presence of circumstances will the content of the patient's involves?,
certain severe contagious diseases in the medical record be disclosed.If .
countries of travel at the time of travel. New ) you've been exposed to someone who had
recommendations are sent weekly to local Infectious hepatitis, do you need to. do
health departments by the National Com anything If so, what
municable Disease Center. Only if the contact was fairly intimate suchas
Those anticipating travel abroad should use of same eating or drinking utensils.
contact their local county health department ,Then you will need an injection of of Gamma Like Science and
for current requirements. This should be Globulin which i will not prevent hepatitis, but'"
done early since more than one !shot may be will usually reduce the severity of the illness. _
Medicine but.
_ Readers Redress I .

Thursday's article on the Student Concert sponsored by lnter-Hall Council and want to know
Government election results said that Florida Student Government Productions omitted t
Student Pany candidate Greg Sherman Inter-Hall Council as a co-sponsor. The more about related
received 3,108 votes. This total was incorrect Council contributed: 51,300.to Dorm Week.
Sherman received 2.108 votes. the occasion of the free concert. careers?
The article also said that Action Traffic The name of,the organization advocatingthe 0
Court chief justice candidate Sue Connelly marijuana reform bill is Florida NORML
received-: 2,237 votes. This was incorrect.. of Gainesville not UFORML as appeared in
Connelly received 2004. yesterday's Alligator. .
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ByLISAGELDBART support health food are anti-science en
Alligator Staff Writer vironmentalists" Appledorf said. _

Local health food stores disagree with
Appledorf.Mark .
|A nutrition expert discussing food with .aftth Wynn, of Our Daily Bread: believes w,, r.
food store owner is like an obstetrician that
Appledorf is misled or doesn't know what
ussing birth with a stork"r. he's talking about. IT

Howard, Appledorf, a UF professor of "I 1 have no papers, no credentials and no _
holding a Ph.D.. in nutritional __
ition verification, but 'a Ph.D doesn't do much for
fhemtetry and metabolism-say' there is
nothing you unless you speak the truth," Wynn said.
ft as health foods. Wynn said he believes preservative
The health stores play upon people's chemicals in processed foods "will kill "
you.
tions. There is no bad food or good food. "Black walnut ice cream and antifreeze

ting the proper nutrients is the key, not have the ,same chemical contents," Wynn
1 food," Appledorf said. said.

Most natural food has hundreds of potentc Terry Lehman, employe of Mother Earth,
chemicals just as processed food does, says that since Appledorf is funded through

ledorf said., McDonald's what he says is suspect. .... -T --.----
[ No( one will take in enough chemicals in "The companies are only interested in photo by bob wool

cessed food to harm them," he said. raising profits. They are not.concerned with HEALTH FOODS GALORE

ppledorf maintains there is much the guys eating the food," Lehman said. .natural, organic products of all types available.
information presented to people con- Jim Peeples, of the Hogtown Grainery

ning health foods., agrees that the true effects of heavily
['There are 1,500,000 people over 65 in preserved foods won't be evident for another Health food businesses
firida. Many are misled deliberately or twenty years.

intentionally to take massive vitamin and He said that no one knows enough about .
t>
neral supplements" Appledorf said. preservatives and what they can do.( .

I the health food ,controversy is a religiousd Appledorf disagrees. hot harvest profits

philosophical battle, Appledorf said. "The experts are not found in health,food
"Science is the truth The people who( stores, 1 am a technologist," Appledorf said. '-'
By USA GELD DART financial records.Joe .

This price co..rl.- w. lion. In M.rch. Th. items co""o.11 were Alligator Staff Writer Salvo. assistant manager of Hogtown
.u... t". Ity Leon Kapp.l.n..owner of Our Dolly Bread. Grainery, said he doesn't have to worry about
Leon Kappelman loses about $50 every day the profit margin because the store,is a co-op.
HOOTOWN MOTHER OUR SUNFLOWER he keeps his store open. : "Hogtown Grainery is a grocery store and,
OIAINEn EARTH DAILY Kappelman is in the health food business. health food store. We can keep lowering our
IliAD Owner of Our Daily Bread in Gainesville, prices because none of the people,'workinghere
Kappelman's financial records show' he has are paid salaries.
PEANUT BUTTER lost $8,800 in the past nine months., All members, of the co-op work two hours a
Deaf SMith (Ib:) $1.36 $1.35 $1.27 "I am spending my own money to keep Our month per household and get their food

Daily Bread open. If 1 was appreciated, I cheaper Salvo said. ,
CASHEW PIECES wouldn't mind. Instead I'm'called' a pig for Shirley Hilt, retired owner of Mother Earth,
hou..bond (%lb.) .29 .70 ripping people off." Kappelman said. said Mother Earth does not make a profit,but
hou..brond (lb.) $1.17 $1.11 Although Kappelman estimates total just enough to keep it functioning. Hilt also

health food sales in Gainesville at about a.. declined to show her financial records.
SOYBEANS million dollars annually he believes "The health food business is a hard
hou..bond (lb.) .31. .27 .27 .34 '
Gainesville'oversaturated. business. A tremendous inventory must be
WHEAT GERMhous.brand "In order to make a profit there needs to be taken and it takes time to educate the workersin

; ,(b.) .33 .37 .37 .49 one store and one restaurant. Someone's gotto the store about the food they're selling"
go. No one's getting rich. I need to make Hilt said.
WHOLE WHEAT FLOURhous.brond ten times the amount I'm making now to Even 'though there is little profit in the
(lb.) .21 .27 make a profit," he said. business, all the health food stores remain

YOGURT Presently, there are five health food stores open.
Donnon and one restaurant operating in Gainesville. Kappelman said he's staying in business as

toffee, lemon, .30 .33 .25 .30 "The health food store business requires a a service to the community. He maintains
vanilla plain high volume of sales to be profitable. The eating health food is cheaper in the long run. \
volume is just not in Gainesville" "Most are of
Fruit flavor .35 .33 .25 .30 Kappelman people eating out super-
said. markets and at the same time spending a
Continental ((101.) .57 .57 .45 .45 Kappelman is planning to close his store great amount of money for medicine. If you

HONEY and move to'' another location where he is eat health foods, you don't need to go to the
house brand (b.) .60 .85 .69 "appreciated." drug store." Kappelman said.

GRANOLA (LI ) ,'"' Howard McConnell, owner of Sunflower He said the human body is like a high

.99 .92 Health Foods, agrees. "The health food performance engine which. needs high performance
Saves High Protein business is no gold mine. fuel.

BROWN liCE "The margin of profit is not too great. "There will just end up to be a bunch of
Short Grain (b.) Since 1 sell 4 lot of perishable food, I have to toothless people with bad hearts. Everyone is
hou..brond. .58 .9 .49 .60 throwaway a lot" McConnell said. falling apart because of their food," Kap-
However, McConnell declined, to show his pelman said.


The .t.ris 'U'.Y.. were when D1a1. .t NW 6th Itr..t '
end Un".It Avenue. ,...t" Pride .t NW lath It..n4 11th A....
I .Mln..t .t HW 5th A"..end lath It.end 7." .t NW 16th Itr..t and First A"..
Convenience costs more

MARKET 7.11 PANTRY PRIDE WINN DIXIE MIN-A-MAlICn

By JOANNE KOIIL the same item in a week. Raymond said COKE, II .1. some .49 .38, .33 .50
Alligator Staff Writer turnover, not longer store hours, accounts
for the higher prices at convenience stores. M&M ANDIII.S 0'';' 1.03 :;'.87 .89 1,03
Raymond Hayes Winn Dixie '
Customers shopping at Gainesville, However
convenience about 20 disagrees. The reason for higher
stores are paying percent manager
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IVORY LIQUID 11 .1. 151"
is "con-
[ more for longer hours ,and neigh- prices at convenience stores
borhood locations. venience,", he said.ACCORDING .
I Kenneth Henninger store manager of 7- TO HAYES, Sales TIDE DnIIOINT. 20 ... .73 .53 .i .71
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[II at 105 NW 16th Street, said consumers volume l is one ,reason tor the price diflerence. -
"can't compare us to a supermarket but most higher prices were' OLD MILWAUKEE BIER 1.89 ).29 1,43 1.75
earlier' 6.PACK. IhL CANS -' '
because because convenience stores open ,
we arc right in the neighborhoodand
we're open'all night." and stay open later than, supermarkets. .
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I HENNINGER SAID the prices at his William. Langford. manager of the Min SUNBEAM' IliAD,14 .s::, ": ,:," "'.59'. ,47 .59 t J : .59
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store run about 20 per cent higher than at A-Market general
[grocery stores;: A-Market prices are set so a 30 per cent : ., : "
maintained. 1.19 '1:79rte: ..it
I !Charles Raymond, manager of Pantry overall profit is ICI MILK.Y. GAL ,19 ,
from store to store I
I Pride, said "We do a larger turnover than Prices may vary t
Langfordsaid. : 'I ", ', ':' "'"'
depending on the neighborhood. : : : '- ;, ,, U .
Convenience stores dof'i'; ,, .
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At some(
Raymond. s d'a case of'goods' might'take and 11.
other stores
than at
three or four4 months to sell in a !greater problem for the
convenience store, while Pantry Pride, a. ,prices must be adjusted. to make up I DOZ' LARGE .92 .63 .61 .'0ealth
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choice of potato. or' spaghetti and Select your choice of. a potato or .
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,EQUALITY

... .photographic mosaic displayed in Women Unlimited office'Newwo.men's



BACK TO GAINESVILLE

center

Sale Now thru Sunday !



: offers counsel, libraryBy $3 OFF LIST ON lP'S$4 OFF LIST ON 8 TR,

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JANET PARK for the June opening of the Women's Store.. REMEMBER Alt TOP 50 4.W+
,Alligator Stall Writer ,BESIDES SELLING "non-sexist" UNCLE CHARUE'CIRCLE UST ITS JUST 4149, EVERY: DAY
ot children's books, which'will show both'men ALL THE GOODTIMES STARS & STRIPES AT STtlCTlY fOlK
and women in professional and homemaking
'e Green plants till partially empty situations, graphics by women artists, and
bookshelves that staff members hope will feminist literature will also be available. \\\\,.......... ................. .:" ,
someday contain, a full feminist library., The books are now on order,.Rosalee said. ,
A stereo plays softly in the corner,one of the Center leaders are also considering an arts iNTERHALL.COUNCILi' '
few pieces of furniture in the 'reading room and crafts center for local women to display
A COLLAGE OF women pictured in daily their work.
routines and relaxing activities decorate one When the donated funds run out, a fund. DORM
wall..The collage,is,cut,in the shape of the raising campaign going into action next'week
encircled equal sign symbolizing feminine should bring,in enough money to keep the r
equality. center running. Rosalee said.,The rent for the
The eight paniallydeeorated; : ;( 'rooms in a-- .office space was-"very reasonable'!..and, pan PARADE : WNEEKC"I.l a
rickety building at 115 S. Main St.. serve as of it is paid by the Gainesville chapter of I
the home of Women Unlimited Gainesville's NOW and Breakthrough, a counseling = CONCERTMONDAY
first 'women's'center. service both of which maintain offices'in the .
'The center currently offers counseling center. '
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services and will soon -branch into selling ROSALEE SAID the center offers'personal

"non-sexist" children's books. counseling and medical referrals for women's. s 'I APRIL 28 i
: THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION 'tor 'health-care needs. ,
Women's office (NOW). located in the center. The fund-raising campaign was designed to '
is still cluttered with signs from the Equal solicit donations from community members .1 BROWARD POOLSIDE I'
Rights Amendment (ERA)) parade in interested in the concept of a gathering place ,
Tallahassee two weeks ago. for women.with'a place to sit and,talk and a
"Senator MacKay. 'please vote for the small lending library of feminist books.. f 8pm 11pm, = ,
ERA" and "GO-ERA" placards rest against Rosalee said. currently, any woman' can )"1' 1
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'the wall possibly waiting tor use next year. come: in and check out a book but lenders of .. 'J :
The ERA is not expected\ to pass the the center are thinking of/'requiring .some! ''I FEATURING MUSIC_ IY'l'\?:
Florida: Senate today. son:! of commitment" before allowing w women .
TilE CENTER IS funded by "an to check out books., : SUNRISE HIGHWAY "I

anonymous grant from a woman interested in "This may be asking them to work for,two
seeing a i center of this son get started" according hours some afternoon or asking them to I & '4'U.

to Rosalee. volunteer staffer. donate a book'{,ef6re Bein'j i We. !to<.ctfick'.... '.rte '
A Rosalee declined to ,give her last name out., Rosalee said. :! STEVE MORRISB ND rIiSwimming :
/ because she didn't want to be singled out Women's groups are welcome to use the ,
from her "sisters" at the center. offices tor meetings but schedules should be >t
The center's hours are 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. arranged because the primarY function of the II '
too! !
L Monday through Thursday. center is to provide a meeting place foromcn. Bring your sWimsuitsILI' **tiUNSSo

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The Independent Florida Alligator Friday April 25. 1975, rage 17


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LESLIE GOLAY A-:- College of BusinesiZAdministration.' ,
.Alligator Staff Writer ; '. Eaton-Lobeck, 234; McAd m-Huena, 129.
College of Education, Eaton-Lobeck.. 89;
.. McAdam-Huerta, 73.
Election results show Action took eight of College of Engineering Eaton-Lobeck,
,- twelve colleges in Wednesday's run-off 143; McAdam-Huerta 100.
student body presidential election, but the .. College of Forestry, Eaton.>Lobeck, 19;
/ election commisson is withholding validationof McAdam-Huerta, 9.
the Treasurer's race pending verification of College of Journalism and Communications -
all votes. Eaton-Lobeck, 147; McAdam-
The following figures show presidential. Huerta. 110.College.
II I voting returns by college: of Medicine, Eaton-Lobeck,'48;'
University College Eaton-Lobeck.1,231; McAdam-Huerta, 50.
McAdam-Huerta, 676. College of' Law, Eaton-Lobeck, 105]
College of Agriculture. Eaton-Lobeck Mc, dam-Huena 134.
43; McAdam-Huerta, SO. College of.Physical Education Health
College of Architecture and Fine Arts wand: Recreation, Eaton-Lobeck,46; McAdam-
Eaton-Lobeck 69; McAdam-Huerta, 51. Huerta, 41.Yon '
College of 'Arts- and Sciences Eaton- Hall Eaton-Lobeek,.12-McAdam-;
Lobeck, 314; McAdam-Huerta, 348.Monday Huerta, 49. 3

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;'' "Career Day '75", a total advisement and toward UC students so they will learn more
'' ,career planning program will be sponsored about opportunities in their particular majoror
Monday, April 28 from 1 p.m.to 5 p.m". at theJ. to help them choose a major. However
Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom by the upper division students are also urged to
I'f University Student Council: attend.If .
Academic counseling career planning and.
'\< this program is a success.'the UC Student
placement, one to one student advisement,
Council hopes to schedule the event every
and vocational l counseling with total par
quarter, prior to registration.The .
', : ticipation from all college councils and advisors -
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I .,., .,I, will be featured. last "Career Day was held Nov. 26
\,'. .. .. ,,' ,I. The advisement program will be geared with an estimated 3,500 I in..,attendance.
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A participant In the The tennis tourney, being finals will be played at UF prof wins, award. .

I[Florida State High School played on UF tennis the Varsity Tennis .
Tennis Tournament takesa courts, concludes JUF electrical engineering Prof. Jack Smith "I 1 feel great, said(Smith adding that.it
break from the action. Saturday morning. The Stadium. has won the Western Electric Fund Award for.. was his first time receiving award.
"excellence in instruction. of engineering Smith, a native of Carrington. N.D., joined
students." the UF engineering faculty In 1964.
I This is the fourth time in six years UPs His fields of interest are control and

Miss UF oooeonf Saturday-night Engineering College has won the award. communications theory ,and bioengineering.He .
/ ..., Smith received a $1,000 check and an has been engaged in sleep research that
engraved certificate at, the annual meeting of has included the development of special
Thirteen UF coeds will compete for the represent the sunshine state in the Miss
the Southeast Section of the American Society applications of computer instrumentation in ,
Miss University of Florida title Saturday, at.8 American Pageant. for Engineering Education.Fa'med this area.
p,m. in University Auditorium.The .
contestants will be judged on personal Miss University of Florida will receive a
interviews, talent, swimsuit and evening gown SI00 scholarship from Florida Blue Key, the sociologist io spea-kot UF .
competition. The winner will represent UF at sponsor of the event, and a gift; certificate -- -

the Miss Florida Pageant to be held this from a local merchant. An internationally-known sociologist "The Patient with Pain: Management or
summer in. Orlando. Miss Florida will Admission is 75 cents. famous for his research in long-term illness Care," will be presented at noon Thursday,
pain and death will speak at UPs J. Hillis May I, in Room Cl-11 of the Communicore
. Senate expected to kill ERA todayDespite Miller Health Center April 29-30 and May 1. Building. I f
Dr. Anselm Strauss, a professor and While here. Dr. Strauss will hold informal i
phone calls from-First Lady Betty co-sponsoring the ERA, said a tentative chairman of the Graduate Program in ., .discussions,with health practitioners: involved <
Ford to several Florida senators, the Equal headcount'showed at least 22 votes against it Sociology at .the University of California in with patient care. '
Rights Amendment is expected to die todayon in the 40-seat:senate. San Francisco will hold two lectures open to His visit is. sponsored by,UFs College of '
the Senate floor. the public. Nursing, the College of Medicine's Departj j
She called several senators in the 12-seat The ERA passed narrowly out of the house "Accountability Awareness and The...men of Community Health and Family
Republican minority,'but apparently failed to 61-58 two weeks ago, but even its supportersgive Terminal Patient" will be presented at noon Medicine, and the departments of 'nursing j
get her calls to them. it little chance in the senate which Tuesday, April,29 in. the Medical Science.. services and pastoral care!at Shands Teaching

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HOMI HUNTERS

ORDER YOUR We ton help you find 0 home
,ClASS RINGS NOWe. ALLIGATORCLASSIFIEDS oportment,mobile home,or
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Open 7 Does 11I7:00: 3774700flBG
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WOODED hometltet, ocreoge, Dorm size, refrigerator less than I year CNtrriitI
Catcher'sJewelers WATERFRONT*PROPERTY call JOE Old.Perfect hope Woodgraln Finlth-only
Guaranty Federal Crawford of WO Mown Co. Inc. $73 call 3V2-6078 after 3pm (o-3t.122-p)
Realtors 377-6789 !5t.I' 1jH i
(o- It-p) '
THUEIT..ClTOaAVI. GARAGE SALE girl" I 5-ipeed bike, / M .v, 188
8trk em-fm COt steep (79 tnttolled ftrk portabletterea, fan records, ,clothes,
2 E.Univ. Ave 374.4192T record-ploy deck $49, electric' guitar kitchen stuff plonti 10-5 Sunday ((27th) 9Z5
COM amp and ipeoker $39 SW loch ,1419 NW. 4th St (o-lt-122p)
eOOOrpm 129 call 377 8267 S4
(o- -HS-p)
Need Wheels rm telling my completely.
excellent
For Sole uted drum sits,
rebuilt Suzuki 275 for 450
or a good
condition also ttereo Mund
I I 639 4006 otter 6 pm ask about syst.msca free trade of equivalent value Coll 377-7519 ROGER CORMAN Presents,
(10-51.122-p)
literature and oddre
moiling (O-5t-119-
,( Pj) testis instruments S.R.50 fEINS
Calculator with all occetiorlev like
sole all mutt go town m25 couch bed 25 new only$65.00 call 376-23)5 after 3:00: "
hordum kordom 4 s 125 k waterbed 35 I>.m. oik for George (o-5t-122-p)
trunk 22 early o tv 65 worehoute full OfCledbrFEDERICO FELLIN I rrocll d br FRANCO CRISTAlDI
bargain world' 2614 ne I II ler 377.9835 or twin fin surfboard 5 ft 2 In $40 two ten '
372-5269 (o-It.II7.p| ) speed blcvclei 135 each 376-5863 after 7:3tJ
5 (o-21-122.p) :
LAST chancel Vo>wn stereo amp Bee c.e r w
ACCOUSTIC GUITAR Harmony, with 9:30
powerful pretty perfect rotewood- :
chrome: $30 heodphonei included for COM Was 1150 now $75 or belt offer. !
axl Greotest TODAY
TheSe fJqerlnbrkl. free.colt$2049.$100 373-0951 (o-*.120- Coll SKIPPY-378-0036(' Anytime) (o122 -)- w
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But' Waldo was'going to P)
that klein piano for tale excellent condition BEAUTIFUL\ 72 Kowaiokl 750 |lust rebuilt
all
change -even bornel clutch front foil
toll 377-6542 Choi after 5pm $350 or compner very
if it killed him.Cinema belt t offer (a-St-llt-p I ) 1 in excellent cond need coin. $950 call
v 377-6319 ((0-51.122-p) ) warren beatty
Jump equip: porocom + cont $300
lopo + cont. $125, 24 reserve $60 olio men'I 10 ipd bike. almost new excellent julie christie goldie
i telling jumpiurt, alt french boot call condition. new tubes and
rob oft 10pm 377-6917 ( ) headlight asking$75. call 373-5025! ((0-
f 3:15I a.5t'leL! : !5t.122-p) SPECIAl hawn1d
I s:2o ATTRACTION
' n Hewlett Packard HP-70 financial SORRY I
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7:25 M A iORGi POT M0.!FNM calculator brand new All accessories. NO
' 9:30 $125, 376-9109 (10-1I.122-p) PASSES OR

This" it notice of a tale by public outcry of DISCOUNTTICKETS o
'Ion or abandoned property recoveredon *
UF Camput The auction will be heldin from Columbia Pictures! A P-B/Vlsta/ Feature
II1r- O (he collonode area of JWRU on May I I.
1975 beginning at 10:00: aim Includedfor
auction will be approximately 45 R.eA eek IWUI
1AN bicycles 1 automobile, |ewelry, boob, SATURDAY MIDNITE
clothing, eyeglasses., etc Property that rk(4i; I I
.tJA has been held for 30 day and not w N. wimst./
claimed by the rightful owner by 10:00:
a.m. on May I, 1975 will be told at trill
ELECTRIFYING public outcry.All proceed to go to Gator
loon fund. (o-1t1221)CondominiumG.scent) \

MOTIQNPICTURE K NVLLE '6 ocr>. Probablythe 1f
nice ground floor unit on any North rmn
Reincarnation JESSE COON YOUNG Florida beach. Priced below appraised JIMI
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special guest value. Call 376-3950 weekday or 378- MAGICAL
UEOKOnXESon. 46B6 weekend or nlghtt. (a.IOt-I22-p) PLAYS

I Apr. 27", 8 P.M. MYSTERY TOUR BERKELEY
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Ave Phone 377-301
INCREDIBLE BU 233 University *

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'The 'Independent(.. '. Alligator:Friday. April() 25.1 1175,.Poav 19

BIKES, Inc. FOR RENT WANTEDGOlD

'urge 3br .iu> opt.cent oc.shag. pool t SILVER Top paces paid tor class
PAfiTS3776001SRV1CE. ) '. 'oundry saunas, tlOO security deposit, rings. old jewelry. etc Confidential Call
CLASSIFIEDS paid sublet through Sept IS 265-mth Cute 373.3894 (c-4 t.l05-p)
373.9739 (b-.122.p)
STOP tuition hikes and cutbacks People
riL one luxury three bedroom opt available concerned with' quality, in higher
(for Subletting, Plenty of and
space many education ,in Florida please call COO a)
V I t other Ktrcrt Call after 7p.m at 373-2J3! 373-5S96 or 377.1851 (e-9t.H9-p)
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Of 377 6280 (b-IOt-122-p?
FOR SALE HELP WANTEDMedical
FOR SALE ROOMMATE WANTED Mole or female to
197$honda 360-electne storter-150 miles 70 MH 2br fr share LUXURY two bedroom opt at oak .. Technologist needed for 7-3 MOTHER EARTH
m.07221QAM' onlywarronty-save Stan seprt kit cent air on nice' lot forest, length of &
this new bike 'm small itay price negotiable and 3-11 I shifts in 173-bed general acute
must sell 1029. firm call prk w-shed, garden, near call 377-2365 (b-5t-ll9p)
art 372.4356- .
6 PM 3738144pm lound unfuin 4 mile" to campus Only care hospital (expansion program in NATURAL FOODS
(o-St-lUpj) $3 600 373-9516 after 2 Only three blocks from cam- progress) on the southeast coast of
7 DAYS A WEEK Stereo-Sony Cassette -like new of.fenHe (a5M20plAlTFC ) put...UNIVERSITY ARTS now renting for Florida. Generous fringe benefits, including The peace withinis
.' heads, 8 blank tapes, listi at 1 150 I ,LANSING speakers I pr 2-10 Inch Summer quarter Special ,summer Blue' Cross-Blue Shield with
41S.W.ARCHWR.D:L, mvsf' sell .for 100 or best offer Jeff t 1-3mch speaker ,in each oiled walnut discount rates: June l th-Aug.. 31st. One master medical, disability, retirementand
Brotherston 372-9466 mites (a-4t.119.pi) $325 cabinet high effciency. 8 mon old new bedrooms, IBS-month Two bedrooms, denial programs; salary commensurate the peace of
1968 Mercury now t225 373-1 106 ((0.5f.I20.p) $11 8-1 38-month, some carpeted All with experience, ; pn equal
Cougar
rodio-lxcellont asking 700 Air-Automatic-also Surfboard Australia 5'10" Twin Fin, furnished Pest Control Pets allowed In opportunity employer. Resume to the forest &
foot Kenmore used &- Excellent Condition, No Dings, Coil 377- selected opts Come in soon, before it's Personnel Director, Martin Memorial
392-9663 In Broword refrlg 75.00 call Bill at 6192 After 8 pm (nOt-120-p) too late We have on opt. to suit you. Hospital, P.O. Bin 2396, Stuart, Flo.' the
(o-5t-120-p) Italian "lessons. complete home study Air Conditioned Swimming, Pool. You 33494 (eSt-122-c) sea.
nikkor :204mm |170. Visitor' 35mm $63, cassette player-recorder can beat the heat but not the prices. Call
nikkor 105mm $170, saimggn fisheye, books. never used $135, cassettes, 376-8990 or come by the office at 1324
S4$sekonlc meter $30, must sell,Or bell offer 378-1756 after was 5:00: (o5i-l20-p$80 or best) NW ...h' Ave weekday afternoons (b- UNIVERSITY CITY: TRAVEL:
offer toll Mike
at 377-4436 (5t-120- I0t-ll9p)_ 1f3
p l) Stereo components, 20perc.nt off AMTRAK-PLANE-SHIP
I'll. all major brands available\ ; all' female graduate student own room In
Wedding Bonds, t Engagement Rings guaranteed, call Tom Hahn at 372-1460 large, comfortable o-c house with law t 923 W. Un I".,.,,, Ave.
Traditional or Contemporary designs of between 1 pm t 9 Pm (o-5t-12O-p) graduate students-one block to norman !
Calntvil Flo. 32601
your choice Handmade for Individuals holl.377-1597 (b.5.t IS.p) .
who wont me best WATER BED king size 6' s r 'liner, pod,
Original work by SUMMER SUBLET Pi West 1 bdrm opt,
1cDanies(( 3774226THE
roised.fimshed from.. $55
378-3078
South'i leading Artists., Master Gold ((0. dishwshr, ,grbg disposal' close to campus,
Smith and Lapidlst. Unconditional 3.121-t))_ overlooks pool 392-1975 day 378-0638
lea Market Guarantee. CUrE By appointment only Old English Sheepdogs 3 months old night (Q5MI8-P)
313.... ((0-491.103-p) males AKC Championship blood lines .
Bargained priced at $150 378-3541. ((0. Avail. Fall Qtr.
PlANTS: SOc-vp HANGING BASKETS: St-121-p)) 1 1. 2 br Home NW sect. Air, heat ,: ENTERTAINER LOUNGE
$3.00 up. Perfect for Mother's Day. Sole furnished
FrkfaV 124.3927 NW/ 32nd Street. 372- FOR RENTWE 2. 2 bdr $Cottages Air heat
9996. ((0-21-121-p)) 3. 4 br-2 bo NW sect, near Santa ,. Presents ,; .
THBRrS MORE Garage Sole, Sun. A pro 27 10-5( 3301 SW CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR 4. 2 br 1130, Modular home walk to
.. TO SEE WITH .13 St Oak Forest Clubhouse Infants and APARTMENT. Joel Bridges, Realtor 404 Jf"A The Mysterious
S.W. 4th small will hold"United '
children clothes, swing' stroller, frGntcon't. avenue, 3776700. (B-5M04- deposit
Chg) ., Real Estate Assoc.
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etc. Maternity clothes, linens .
CAftUTVII curtain, kitchen: stuff All in great READ THIS 1&.fr.119-p) 3774992. a'p; Leon Redboneplus
shape (a.2t-121-p) Moving anytime between Now A Sept. t, .
"wit "de $600 Down, $139 monthly payment for let us rent your house or opt at no cost Own room in 2 bdr opt 2 blks from
three bedroom Concrete Block' House United Real Estate :3774992 (b-fr.115-p) campus. April rent free. 372-2113 (b-9t- t

TV Channels, A weatner Why Rent. 3734424 or 376-7198 (a-7t- ALL RENTS SlASHEDI! "9-p) _
I channel I, UPI, News. New York 121-p)) (Special Summer Rates) 2 bedroom, 1 both furnished apt to special guest
I Stock Exchange, 2 FM station on 3 BR! Mobile Home No Equity assume $100 to$125 PER MO. sublet for summer. Close to campus.
1 TV Channels, and t FM and 4 AM balance All elec Air, washer-dryer In All units, 2 BR, furnished with' air. Luxury Pool, tennis, sauna, central air. 378-5956 Linda Hoover'
stations on the' FM band. i Costlegate call 373-9832 evenings, (a.2t- features after 6pm. (b-5 -l20-p)_ Willingham

UNIVBtSITYOTYTEUVISION f 121-p) Available for lease through Aug 31st female mature or grad student own bd
CAUI CO. INC CALCULATOR 4 functions, memory Prairie View Mobile Village. for privacy w to w shag carpet walk In Shows
constant, percent reciprocal used one 378-4411 373-3284 closet central air + ht sun deck on roof
522 N. MAIN ST. quarter $5000 373-2814 (5t-l21-p) Available new tenants only' laundry furn 1 block from campus $90 + 9 00 and 11:00:
'', utilities call 377-7962 (b-St-120-p)
(b.5t.11 I6-pl)
electric bill only 15-mol for 2 bdrm 2 bth
1 "quiet, conservative roommates wanted. apt rent 226-mo no other expenses call i Bottle ThursSat.Admission.
1 I HBO OVER 5th BIG WKK to shore apt 4975 month and shore 377-2741 to sublet (b-3M20-p) ttf &
utilities Summit House opts. close to
w, 13th STREET I APARTMENTS are a DRAGI) own room in $2.00
23rd EiOLAEVARD 2:05 4:00 5:55: 7:45: 9:45: University IIBp) 378-7676 in evenings (b St- new home with, a half-acre to play on.
NO LEASEI) air-cond, S.W. section. Ring-
5220 SW 13th St. 372-3440
"MADDER AVOID THE FALL RUSH 376-5766 (b-5t-120-p)_
Now is the time to look for that house or -
FUNNIER apt for the summer or fall quarter. Coll WANTEDShare
Y: today'I'' 377-6992 (b60t1l2p) iTcfcefc 0..Otilele Tel..M I:JO Her DOC e4 MM WATSON
r bdrm In 2 bdrm Frederick Garden
MORE 2 roommates needed Immediately' ...pI.. pool, gas borbeque April rent Mer M-II All ...... Are KM
INSPIRED Hawaiian Village 2 Bdrm 2 both, fr... $56.25 mo. + 1-3 util.'Joe 378-4735
poolside April, rent paid 50 per ma: (c5t-122p) _
THAN plus '/ util Call Linda or Caroline at 3763421 mole for
looking one or two roomatesfor
T (b-IOt-116-p) fall quarter rengency oaks 377-0615)
ANn1IINC Two pre-professional students looking ask for scoff (5t-l22-p)

BEING for two male students. with" similar, interests Wonted pre-professional student with
and goals to share an opt at good head to share 2bed-2 bath apt near
DONEIN country gardens, walking dist, from va hO'f"Ollh.1" fall 67 + ''.utilities Cory .
S MOVIES campus, ask for Jim' or Tarry 377-2068 (b6t.I17PI or Keith 392-7528 (e-5t-l22-p)) '

TODAT" ) room mate wanted Immediately to MIDNIGHTFRIDAY
SUMMER SUBLET, option, to rent fall. 1 shore opt. % block from campus. $69.50
-JICod., bdrm bath, kitchen, lots living t closet per month plus utilities Please call 378-
TIME MAGAZINE space: close campus t med center 378- 9109 (c-3l-l20-p) & SATURDAYSUPER
3078 summit house opt (3t-l21-p' ) Someone needed to share 1972 mobile

Apt sublet I bdrm, kitchen' both, furnished home, 2 bedrooms Arredondo Village
Option to rent near campus 378- pool,. tennis courts 65 mo+'II "utilities
T 3555 (b3t-21-P! > Call 373-7455 .

large 2 br furn apartment available\ Want quiet serious male student to shore
"A monster June 1 close to campus 808 SW Depot I BR apt at Colonial Manor 1 block from
Ave Tel 378.3396 $200 mo (b-5t-l2l-p) I
campus Rent 78.00 for fall quarter Call
riot. liberal female roomat wonted to share Howard 378-0511, AC (c-St-1 19-p)
2 bdrm mobile, home ISO month plus Vi 2 responsible female ;roommates for
N.Y TIMES utilities Archer Rd Village, Call Mindi next year wanted to shore 2 bedroom
376-4458 373.1857 (b. t.121-p)
or wmdmeodowt Opt. 75.00 + % utilities, .
liberal senior looking, for a house or toll after 378-1903 oak for Jo Lynn (c-
oeooleto get it together and find one for 5t-120-p)
I fall 75. if interested check it outl Dudley

373-6325 (b-lt-22p! ) S : -' '44i', uv'
t SUS Till 2iM PM EXCEPT tor rent for summer ',.: 2 bdrm apt w.
1 SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS shag, cen ac, pool '-i mil-to' campus. '
(50-mo( ( unfurnished, call 373-5730 at a QOI'I ART ,
.W, 13th STREET and 712301 umv gardens tr (b3tl22p)

73rd BOULEVARD TW -jr-aTINO WBKI Wonted. male or female for Regency _
Oaks Apt Own room 103-mo + 1 1.3 susV
2110 4u10 6:00 7155 9:35 utilities, Pool, sauna, tennis court call tints y
377.1076 Available immediately! (b.St- Ni
122.pl> 4
Q like this.
was never spacious, furnished air conditioned'
home beautiful lot, across ;fit
mobile on SNOW J ;; :t
!from \F) campus ideal for students or IJ )
couple $140 a month $35 deposit. 377- <
0049 > + ysa
furnished effeciency apart 2
blocks from UF $102 for April, May V* a
-v: June lease option AC pool 373-1781 (b-
".119.p\ .
'. sublet 2 BR Apt unit' gardens trace
0 carpeting cent heal oc $172 mo,
available 23 opril' 7 days free lease til
august option to'r.n.w Call 376-6720

\Ib.4t-1l9-p) S

Roomate Private room, large house, v ey
.f next to campus, no lease, modern, pees
$75 per mo. dishwasher, immediate
occupancy call bill 392-0305. or 373-6330.
.f (Ibll9p> f 1i Tic .ts Sp.clalon

mole or female needed to shore a SOTS $2.00
furnished two bedroom house 1329 NW
= 6th Street with liberal theatre and 11:00: PM ml on
broadcasting majors Call ofter six 372-
3175 (b-4t-1 19-p)

need 2 female roommates to shore 2 t I' BONU$
$68 + ';.
bdrm opt in Ootorwood for fall.
ADULT ADMISSION ONLY I I.OQ RfQUWDl utilities pool, tennis' ct need immediate SSV 1 HI
rinse call 392-8606 (5t-1l9-e)

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20Th* Independent Florida Alligator. Friday. April 25. 1975

HELP WANTEDWonted AUTOS PERSONAL PERSONAL. SERVICESTutoring
Iii bOlic moth, calculus//
married couple husband to do 1968 Ford ltd wagon air condo AMR Rape 'Info_( Counseling.Service new temples Interested 'In shoring house and Coll
'I, I ; \ maintenance: 'work In exchange for odio power windows and seats excellent training session starts April 27 at close to compos next fall call Kathy 392- chemistry, physics, biology.
m-5t-118-p)
.I\ apartment. Coll 3769668. 9 to 5. (..fr- shape $945 call 392-8239 John, women health chtr SW 4th Ave 7:30-: '9458 to talk I don't have house or Don at 377-4ISB (
'
I 116-c) anytime (g-St-118-p) 9:30: women, only call Katie 373-4428 (|I- housemates yet.. (|-3l-l20-p) HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY

1964 CORVETTE coupe. beautiful inside 3M70-P) KARATE LESSONS AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
and out. Must see (o appreciate! 377- TRAVEL ROUND THE WORLD ON'FOREING Small Cosset $25 per man ABILITY-.STUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS/
I 1150 (g-5t-ll8) SHIPS Summer voyages or year around. 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St) Mon thru Learn self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald C.
1972 TOYOTA CELICA Men-women. NO .experience, good pay.Stomped Sot even, 7t09 378-7131 (|.2ot-IOBp p) Prot Certlfled AAEH (m..ot-fL-,: ) .
: factory air, 81,000
III rWlIlIIIIl! <1. illil HiIIU..ItIIlIUlIl! II .
I miles rebuilt engine Radials, good cond. self-addressed 'envelope.Modecon ambassador has recently returned from AKC Irnh setter stud lag dog very
extras' Must sell $1795 or best offer 373- Intl. Box 864, St. Joseph, Mo. Africa (or is it India?) yes ORISSA. mellow, 2'/4 yr.. old Asking pick of the
0678 (g-St-120-p) 64502 ((1-31-120-p) konorok beckons 3761400120p(| ) litter Coll PottY-372-3081 (m.3M20-p)

66 Mercury 428 cu. In Good tran Florida Blue Key, Honorary leadership Don't |lUll smoke your' good health Scuba closes stating april 2.9 all
sportation.$400 Coll 377-2528. after 6:00: applications will be available in Rm 312 awayl Stop' smoking nowl I can help you .equipment provided, sale* service,
from 1.5 24
(gBt-HO-p) JWRU pm beginning! Apr nowl) Private appointment. Theodore trips, rentals, air Tom Allen (co-host
Deadline for is 5
submitting applications Relss 372-7008 after 5 pm4M20p(| ) Wild Kingdom on TV) Alien Aquatic ft
pm MoY'2, There will be a $1.00 Fee
PERSONALWedding Troll Center. 3448 West IMfversily Ave.
I with each application, Questions 392- hove own bdrm. In 2 bdrm. trailer.
) Invitations from $11.<<) per, 1661. ((1.2t.121-p) located on'I acre lot 17 ml west of g'vllle 373.9233 (M-BT-103-C)
err 100. Two week delivery Hundreds of WANTED VW Pop Top camper w-air for 3 $55 per mo. call glenda 376-" 8-4 or WIRED FOR SIGHT
styles Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main. wk Western Vocation in June Will pay 472-2870 after 5'00 female (j-fr-IIB) ""UNIVERSITY& *Super Mart"
3769951. (l-fr-105-c) fee plus you use my cor while I'm gone OPTICIANS
LOST & FOUND '300 SW 4th Ave. 38-4480
COED'S facial hair removed per Call 37650125tll3NC(| )_ '
(M-50.$3-C) ,
__
manently., Call Edmund Dwyer Hove trouble standing for Found-Silver Broclet on Broword Tennis _
up your
electrologist over 20 years experience rights? meeting' people? Women's Courts April;, 23. Coll Tim to identify SCUBA CLASS Marti' April V all
Call 372-8039 (j-fr-107-c) Assertiveness Training Grp thurs nilesstdnl 373.6658 (l-St-122-nc)_ equipment provided including mask,
fins, tnorkle. B.C., tank, regulator full,
Doing Yoga? Want to get better at it? mental health call 39211715t(| lost pr silver-colored metal-frame wetsuits. 'textbook, nil alt 'and International -
Want to learn more Yoga? MICHAEL I20-P)_ glasses around 13th si between Univ. certification with" five openwriter
CEISON+ has time for ,three more Arrivals White Ave and Star Service If found please,
New Stag Speedo dives Cost $35, absolutely no
students.' Expensive ? Yes, but well call Don at 3778n61.3t.122.p: | )
bathing suits, Safari shorts 4 pants, extras' Call SCUBA DYNAMICS for
worth it. Private lessons only 378 9609 Bookpocks Join the Univ. of Flo. hiking REWARD! For return of pocket calculator further Information..'377 S>96. Our new
(Ii| 5tl2l-p) club. Allen's Aquatic 4 Trail' Center 3448 IIT2550)) Last seen in library west area 'location ..: 3009 NE :30lh Way (m-I l If1 -.
14 N.W. 13th Street 'Now accepting applications for male West Univ. Ave 373-9233 (i-fr-116-c) Coll 373-5606 Thanks (l-3t-21-p! ) 1.!l.p1: )

Gainesville Florida conservative summer camp counselor Renee, Congratulations) We ore all so lost-Irish setter female. "soo"| has TYPING, EDITING Theses, Dissertations -
,. ,,:, at Pinewood for boys and girls In proud and happy for you. GO GATORSI leather collar, maybe choke chain man ,Term Papers experienced typist
''' Hendersonville; NC Write P.O. Box Love, Your AEO Sisters (j-lt-122-p) who called thurs., please call back! 376- ma in english. ibm selectrlc:. phone
PHONE 377-1413.M"; ,. 4585, Normandy Branch Miami Beach: 378-0547 20M07.p! '
to Electro my dog, you were a warm 6103 reword (l-St-IIB-p)_ ( )
flo 33141 (.fr-H6-p)
|
". .,1. being in a mechanized world. Dead very beautiful okc registered 2 yr: old TYPING SERVICE + Experienced typists
.Bags ..-.,.'.. Bimbo Happy Birthday Hope your 21st is 'through my carelessness. You were a block and ton male germorr'shepherd Any 'material. IBM Selectric. 24-hour
.. .,., the best ever. all my love & kisses good friend. I miss you Venture on. l-(| needs female to mote, call lorry 377- service Delivery. Call 462-2739, (m-10t-

1 Regular...................... ......................$..50 'tud forever bell' bee Smilell beep((1.21.121.1'|pi'woh out) my sea. on it-122.p experienced)_, compassionate,_female. 8087 ((.51.118-p) 115-p)

2 Bacon................................................ .50 CAN YOU HANDLE A CRISIS OR it needed to get, a male over the first SERVICESRide ID PHOTOS
EMERGENCY?? learn ./to gain control' hump. Finances possible, Call 3928419or passports, resumes and applications
3 Breakfast . ............... 1.40 a horse at TALL OAKS STABLE $3.00 natural' syfle portraits. 377-0797 camera
................... .. through STEP 1 a new unique programin write 123 Trusler. (|-2t-122-p)
survival and on hour miles of trails also boarding' .495- work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20l-
4 Cheese...........................:.........'........ .40 preparation' 'techniques offered by the 'Institute emergency for Dear president Debbie and, the You greatest ore the little, best sister vice I 2240 1 (m-sr-102-rt)_, 91-p)

5 Corn Beef ...................:...................... 1.80 the Study of Individual Survival Inc. could ever ask for Thanks for
fREE public prevue and open house, everything Love Robin (-lt-22p| \ )' .
6 Doggie ........................ ....:.................. 1.30 Wed, April 30th,' 7.30pm: at Windmeodows .
Dear Beniy happy 22nd thank for a SaHine
you S&p
Apts. Recreation Building (|- : String
7 Ham ..............................:...........r....... 1.50 St.120-p) beautiful 8 weeks looking forward to the
10th week 6 to 4 I'm winning you're not .
8 Ham and Cheese....................:.. ......... .70; Are you among those who enjoy exploration 'getting older you're getting better Love,

9 Hard Salami...................................... 1.70 ft adventure? If offers so landscape Expedition-, you a It-I 22.p)_________
10 Meatball.............................:.............. 1.50 chance to visit Tikal., on ancient mayan ode to tweeze, my free man in Paris:
city In the depths of the jungle. Also
what told and have
forget analyst a
11 Roast Beef ...........................t............. 1.90 climb a live volcano ft bathe In the happy birthday your everyone else is crazy

12 Salami............................."................. .50 8236 springs or of Priscilla Fuentes McCutcheon Georglnot. tours LT15 4180 m. not us Luv Daisy (I.1t.I 22.1')

13 Sausage............................................ .70 (Poinciana i I-51.119.p)Ave Coconut Grove Fl. 33133 attaining"As long as their women" highest ore possibilities prevented' from,. so here In

14 Tuna.............:.................................... .50 long will men be unable to achieve"thegfeaness
which be theirs.
--- -- might
15 Turkey............................................. .50 Business Boho'l 1 Writings (|-lt-122p\ ) Vt Guild

Toasted Roll ..30 Students: OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, Europe, S.
for America, Africa. Student all professionsand
applications
Soda .30 and .40" Pickle .20 occupations $700 to $3000 monthly: &
Beta Expense paid overtime, sightseeing i
Iced Tea .30 Chips .20
Free
Large Gamma Information. TRANSWORLDRESEARCH ) ..
Dept. Go Box 603, CorleModero
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Coffee .20
.35 i
Juice
Orange Sigma CoM 94925 (|-10MI8pDramboul )
HONOR SOCIETY!] Beautiful selection of primo

goods Atmosphere of 20's-40's.' Many
ore due before May 1, 1975. blouses $1. $2, $3. Men. Women, kids -dg's'
FAST FREE DELIVERY Inquire at 221 Motherly Hall Recycled denims jewelry.velvets' 17
N W. 17th St Upstarts4tll9p(| )
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|Clipped/

coupons mean ':, ,... '." '. ..

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slashed grocery bills' -

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Alligator By Staff WriterIf SIX MONTHS AGO, between $25-S30in .'I
coupons was coming in each week. Now the
takes full store receives an average of $40 per week
a consumer advantage of Tyler said. ., .
:
"ccnt;-9ff' coupons, S2-S5 can be saved on a Tyler said
weekly. food bill, according to ,estimates by about 75 per cent of his -1---r r.r..r-- ----- t
customers
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are
,
"coupon conscious. ..
Gainesville grocery store managers. .U ttI.wM.rtr... .
"If 1 w 1
they can save, they'll buy the r.w. y..wr.
Most local grocery stores reported increases product
(they have the "
for),
coupon he said.
in the dollar.amount of coupons they receive GARY : saverp
HAIGHT manager.of Main Street... _.
week, but most .
each managers agree many Publix, -
estimates
he has 1 b 1
seen a one-third
consumers do not take full advantage of all increase
in coupon redemption during the 1 .MZ1 1
the "cents-off" available to them in' past two years. 13
magazines';and newspapers. .
"People are taking advantage of that extra
ED SHIVERS, manager of the 34th street 1
dime or 15
cents to reduce the of the
price
Publix said that the dollar amount of coupons product," he said. 1 On HIT anal Stokity \
hum"M M Mikir"vttiklHI b\
redeemed has "tremendously" increased Haight estimated a consumer can save 1 1
within the past four years. about $S each week if he akes advantage of \

Four years-ago. Shivers estimated, the store coupons available. him. ___ ...I3h
S20-S30( week in
received a coupons. Now the HOWEVER LOT of people don't take .
"
store takes i in more than $100 weekly. time to .
clip coupons, he said. -
.
George Tyler,manager of Pantry Pride on The most commonly 'redeemed ,
Main Street, said he noticed an increase ,in according to local coupons
grocery store managers,
coupon usage within the .past six to eight include coffee, household items, cereal and .' .. ';
months. pet food. fl -,
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: ? !" 'Faculty not fined for overdue books',' : I


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*', By FRANK RINELLA entire quarter before they are considered "overdue." Dr. Charles.A. Mathews chairman of the library faculty
a :Alligator Staff Writer
"If we don't get any requests for a book an instructor has committee said in the past.three 'years that he has been
out we won't harass them to return it. After all, the reason associated with the committee, he has never heard of any real
that we have the books is for people to use them," Flemming problems of instructors holding overdue books.
Unlike students,faculty members are not fined for keeping Bennett, assistant director of readers services, said. "IF IT CAN BE shown taihe committee that there is indeed -
books out ot the UF library for more than three weeks. UNLESS SOMEONE book 'an instructor has
requests a a problem of this type the committee would be happy to .
Students pay 25 cents per day on overdue books until the checked out, the instructor won't be notified and asked to look into it," Mathews said.
lines buildup! $5. They are then charged the cost of the return the book un'::1 the end of the quarter when all books Bennett said "It is possible that an instructor can request
book. However if they return the book, they then must pay a are asked to be returned. that a book be purchased by the library, then check it out and
55 late fee.FACULTY. "Our policy is to ask that all books be returned at the end never return it, but tvc chances of it happening are very slim."
MEMBERS are not notified their books are of spring quarter,and at that time any instructor who has not "Most instructors are pretty good about returning books
overdue until there is a request lor the book. returned any books will be asked to return them," Bennett when,they are asked, but like anything else there are always a
Faculty members are allowed to check out a book for an said. lew difficult people," Bennett said.



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It's up to you. There's a bill pending to make pot

possession of one ounce or less punishable by a max. '.; ,:.jI.'l .
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$100 fine. ....
The five people listed below are members of the I ,. '.1.1.
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removing criminal penalties. It's possible if you help. .' :J.

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Rep. Eric Smith 20HB Rep. John A. Hill 200 HB ...... !i

Rep. Mary Singleton 40 HB Rep. Lee Moffitt 20 HB ..:, ..... '
Rep. Ronald Richmond 319 C 1..
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Also Plan" to Attend The First Meeting of NORML -

National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Ij I Ir

.Legislation( :

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In McCarty Auditorium at 8:00: pm.

on Sunday April I 27


] "Reefer. Madness" will be shown and Michael ,:.,.... .
Norml I will be ,
Coordinator for
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Vasilinda, Statewide ,,\
Students & Faculty are Invited '. \. .
the featured speaker. 'f. ,
call 378-4695 or 392-7243 ,
information
I ; for more j..

a difference .

REMEMBER ONLY ONE THING CAN STOP The Independent Florida are long, and the f' office Is a cave,

DECRIMINALIZATION Alligator 1 looking for reporters but the work Important and the
MARIJUANA and 'sports writers to help us experience itself Is'worthwhile.

YOUR SILENCE. cover campus, city and state Anyqne interested should come

events.' to the rear of the College Inn, \

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isn't very minor at allTo : : 4'

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hell with minor league t.arrY'Brown. Seaver was no ,Batting just behind Caner -
baseball. Don't say you've more famous than : Phil came Larry Parrish at third
never,' heard anyone say it. Drake, Aaron!? no greater than base- he, too a graduate of
Don't be surprised if you've any other player with no the West Palm Beach Expos.
almost said it yourself.. I lt\ not major league homers. "'Also appearing in the lineup
an uncommon remark. They were all nobodies. Jormer West Palm Beach H
But it is assinine. Assinine 'I hey all started in the minor Expos' player Jerry' White. -
forsaking the infant until it leagues. AND SAVING the ball
is old enough to take care oft TO GO further cheCk the game with two hitless inningsof
itself.. Assinine as scoffing at opening day box score of relict West Pa'm alumni
the acorn until it is an oak;' the Montreal-Si. Louis game. Dale Murray.: Driving in all of
the single roe until it is a fish. Leading off in left field. Tony the Expos' runs were Scott,
BUT PEOPLE.do it,all the Scott.Who Mangual and Caner. Scoring
time. ? Yeah, Scott. The 6 of the 8 Expo runs ,were
"I don't want to go to that same one a writer saw in hisI' Scott, Mangual Foote.
Caner, Parrish and White.
Murray is just one of four
GREG FORR ER Montreal pitchers to have
I' a made it from West Palm all
OPINION The way up to Montreal.! Yes,
that's where the stars of
f tomorrow stan.Degrading .
minor league
;it- Class A game," they say with home town of West ''Palm baseball because it isn't 'on
disgust as they pronounce Beach a few years ago. He was every Saturday with Cun
Class A." Class A does it playing Class A baseball in Gowdy (perhaps it's ahead of MINORS .
have some son of disease? the Florida State League lor the majors there) is like biting
Some afllicting.malady to be the West Palm Expos. into plum pudding and r '
caught as if stepping into the Batting' third, playing missing the plum. ; t ,.
night'air' of old I Rome?
THE MINORS where
center field, Pepe Mangual.He are
No it has none of these. It
staned in West ,Palm the plums of the major
also has none of these leagues Those that saw .
Beach lew grow.
a years ago.
Aaron, Tom Seaver
Henry the green fruit hit the
Pete Rose! Bobby Bonds Batting fifth, catching. baseball market years ago
Catfish Hunter: Johnny Barry Foote. The same Foote don't wince and say WHO? J
Bench etc. No it has none of that crashed three homers in when they read the box scores
"ihese names not now one gameto delight fans..in'Class ..iow.
anyway. A ball in West Palm "Oh yeah, Tony Scott.
THE LAST words are the Beach. Didn't he play over at West The Independent / \ I ""NX N [ VT" O
catch, though. Not now. Batting !sixth, playing right Palm Municipal Stadium a
Once upon a time it did. field Gary Carter. Yes. he few years back 7"That's Florida Alligator/ v ) | v J \ \ \ v )
though, but then Johnny played Class A ball in West right but he's in 1.22. frtclay,April 25..1975
Bench meant no more than Palm Beach too. Montreal now.




I,\ UF golfers.. can't wait to pley'Wake I

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.,;, ,, BY PAT MCGRATII Senior Denny Sullivan said Gator golfers as they departed blow-out in Houston last week
\ Alligator Sports Writer succinctly. "I think the for the 54 hole Chris Schenkel proved how formidable the
: ratings are going to change a Invitational at Statesboro, boys of head coach Buster
"We haven't played: .our _. bit next week." Ga. Starting J today they ,_will, J Bishop can be when Jley.get
., number one team'against BEN DUNCAN, wTiose lock' horns with defending, their act together But the
: Y Wake Forest all ,year," said, game is really staning to pull NCAA champion Wake victory streak' and its accompanying
i .. senior All-American Andy together, said, "We wish they Forest for the first time since accolades and
Bean. "II'we could beat were in Houston ,last week. ,the Dixie Intercollegiate last fanfare will quickly be
Houston by 18 shots we can We're really looking forward tall.. forgotten if the team falls
Twkf beat Wake. I won't say by to meeting them." 'The Gators are riding a short 01'the top-ranked
how many but we're definitely, Such were the comments of string of six consecutive Deacons this weekend
going to win." ii confident, fired-up group of tournament victories. The A WIN by either team will

be psychologically upliftingwith
the national championship
I Aplegren a' heavyweight tournament just a little over a
month\ away. The Deacons
'
': have beaten UF the last two
h..' : i limes they've met and a third
; WrIt.... ----,, and
":<" fairwaysBy would
.o: ," a' ) l on greens straight victory
establish them as strong
,
_, ,0' favorites, the
__" to repeat ,as
''" the least of whom is Dallas Aplegren here at national champions."We '. ,
Alligator Sports WriterIt UF. : need three good solid
Aplegren has played in four tournaments rounds from everybody, if
was at about this time last year that a for Buster Bishop this year']and his performances we're to beat Wake Forest"
young man in.Winston-SalemNonh Carolina have been impressive,enough, to said Bishop. "We played our
'4rx began to make big waves in the college golfing lead one to surmise that he just might ,be the finest golf of the year at
jt" 'workL Curtis'Strange, a freshman at Wake leading candidate ,on the team for the single Houston last week and we feel
,Forest was doing something that freshmen are spot available for the NCAA tournament we can beat anybody in the
not supposed 'to'do he was winning golf At Port Malibar last fall, his first collegiate, country right now,"
tournaments. The big names ,of the'game.. tournament Aplegren finished sixth. In the There is no doubt that the
\ Gary' Koch of UFo Jerry Pate, :of Alabama, Miami,Invitational last quarter,.he led after Gators are sizzling. Bean won
Craig Stadler of Southern Cal acknowledgedhis the first round and again finished sixth. A the American in a playoff
J,;';, successes with a grain of salt. Good player 'week later, again at Pon Malibar, he shot 72-, over teammate Phil Hancock.
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,'f< that Cunis. but the freshman would wilt 67.71 finishing second to teammate Denny Hancock won.at Dothan last
..i' under the pressure of the NCAA tournament.But Sullivan. month. Sullivan'' ''won' at
f' he did not Strange's,third round 65 HOWEVER, DESPITE his apparent'' Miami and Duncan is playinghis
and,his eagle on the '72nd, hole of play that success thus far, Aplegren isnot: satisfied. best ,golf in over.a, year..
L__ _. "" .,'. ; gave Wake the title are now history: His feat "I'm not hitting the',ball the way I'd 'like "Ben and Denny have
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'' "!! photo by bob wool also funher discredited the fading theory that to, he explained. "It partially has to do with really pleased me with their.
FRESHMAN GOLFER DALLAS APLEGREN freshmen',can't handle big-time pressure. my weight. If I could lose 15-20. pounds it consistent play. Consistency is
THIS YEAR there is 'a whole flock of the key to the whole thing"
v.. looking f for a "strange" finish to season talented freshmen golfers across the land, not (See 'Aplegren'pag, "241' asserted Bishop..
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"could help my game tremendously." A
Herein lies one of Aplegrrn's few problems. case in point was his ll-stroke victory in

240 pounds is too many to carry on a six-foot the Florida Jaycees tournament last summer. gets three recordsDONNA
Aplegren
font and he is the first to concede that. shot 69-63-71. And with his near
victory at Port Malibar, he has the
HE WAS playing better golf this past of playing three solid experience UF's Donna Morton copped tint place honors and led
summer when he weighed around 215 or 220. tournament. rounds' in a college her team to a second place finish in the Women's state

But,when.he arrived in Gainesville, the lure of His biggest attribute is his collegiate-golf championships Wednesday.
,,,4 ,roma of the plentiful weightproducingdishes but Aplegren feels that positive attitude Honon's three round scores of 70, 76 and 77 for a one
| aj Yon Hall ,were too tempting to turn calibre competition playing against high over par 223 was five strokes better than second place
aWay from.This, combined with a nightly sub intangible help."I every day has been an finisher Lori Nelson of Miami Dade

Kid"ich led to a 25-pound weight gain. A had choice MORTON'S FIRST round of 34-36 tied a state
a
to to Miami and in
dirt'is in order go play itS collegiate low nine record and the total of 70 was a new
every tournament or come here and in
up play
"I'm starting right away. he affirmed. "If fewer tournaments but with Florida collegiate toruney record.
1 )Jose the weight 111 feel better' and consequently palyer. I feel I made the a higher choice.calibreof Because it was the first three day wpmen's tourney ever
I'll think better., If I'm mentally Playing with right a1+O. Y Honon's total or 223 and also a new record.
and
alert I'll be able to play better. I won't be tired Hancock: Sullivan, against and Duncan guys all like the Bean time, Freshman Elaine' Hand, after a par 74 first round,
after a round'of golf. has to help." (faltered in the next two rounds and finished 13th in the.

If he manages to overcome his weighty If he keeps or improves his final standings.
problems and thus begins to play up to what calibre of play up he'll have a chance'upon to own "We could have and should have done better" said
play
he t feels is his potential, Aplegren does not against the players in June. Lady Gator:'coach Mimi Ryan.
top nationally
discount the possibility of performances of And who knows, Aplegren could end like Miami Dade North won the championship with a 930
up HORTON total followed UF's 942.
Strangeian magnitude. by Defending champion
"YOU NEVER know what's going to that And freshman that wouldn't from Wake be so Forest strange did, would last year.it? .1 irst place University Miami was third with a 949 total.

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By MARK JOHNSON doubleheader, while the establish-ourselves us a top Bowden. The tour-year Gator'eterm .\SSC ("B:1TKDIHSIFSS
Alligator Sports Writer pitcher for Saturday's 1:30': baseball team. We've got an \ has made his first ; SVSTI-1SS!
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The Gator baseball team the Eastern Division are ONE OF the real surprisesover baseman has yet to make an gHB WMMMBCD CMOXDBBUB) mnmmmm in u I
has'taken on several of the Georgia ((6-3)). Auburn ((5-4)), the last Jew weeks has error through two-thirds of '
nation's top teams this season Kentucky(6-5)( ), Vanderbilt ((3- been hot-hitting Bob Zaleski, the Gators schedule.
with varying degrees of 7)), and finally the Gators (O-: a junior, fresh out of Palm "IT'S EASIER not to make
q success. The team has lost 8)). UF owns a 17-17 record, Beach Junior College. The errors at third than at secondor 4PM-10PM
twice to top-ranked Florida while Tennessee is 229. huge ,6-4. 215 pounder is short." Bowden said. FRENCH FRIES
? State, won twice against 10th- "We're shooting to ,win all known as "Moose" around "Anybody you talk to, they'd'say ,
ranked Miami split against three of the games this the team, and he's shown why that's wrong but for me COLE SLAW ROLLS
,+t 14th-ranked South Florida weekend to finish the season by building a .385 batting that's how it's been." $
and won two games from with, any kind of respectability average since joining the Bowden's itlovework FREE REFILLS ON ALL DRINKS
Florida Southern,,the number ," head coach Dave squad at the beginning of combined with a team' $2.191805SW13ST ._.. ...._K..
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,1 they take on the Tennessee 8. attitude but now he's just "It's going to be kind of '
1 Volunteers leaders in the "There's no reason why we about convinced me he's tor lough now, that we've 'fouled
Southeastern ConferenceSEC shouldn't do that, because we real," Fuller said. up so much," he said. "But
( ) Eastern Division with a know that we're as good as When talking about individual -'I'm not'really thinking about 'ALUOJPn
5-1 record. Freshman Craig any team 'we've played this statistics,though, the that. It's nice when it hap-- sents
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1Tracksters, test depth at Relays D'IX.IEDRIVESPECIAL:, .


By RICK ADELMAN indoor mile relay championship squad. With both men out '
Assistant Sports Editor with pulled muscles for the remainder of the year, Carnes :
UF head coach Jimmy Carnes will get a good idea of just must look for two replacements to join regulars Beaufort
,
how deep his Gator track team is when they participate in the Brown and Noel Gray. t
Penn Relays today and Saturday. The most likely candidates are intermediate hurdle
Some? 7,000 competitors f from across the nation are ex specialists Bob Rambo and Tom Doerr.
pected to converge on Philadelphia for the largest track Rambo is the defending SEC intermediate hurdle
extravaganza in the world. champion and was a member of last year's mile relay team.
Carnes decided earlier this week red-shirt Wimpy Doerr, a transfer student from Miami of Ohio, finished
Alexander and Horace Tuitt. half of the Gators national second in last weekend's Ohio Relays and during a trial heat
clocked a 51.6 the fastest time in the conference this year.
Rambo's best time in the hurdles is 51.3

... INTRAMIIRALS In addition to the mile relay the Gators will have entries in Thurs-Mon.
the 440. 880, sprint and distance medley relays.
Sophomores Ellis Miller and Steve On are scheduled for 4 carnations for $1

Today is the deadline for signing up for Co-Rec Innenube the high jump and Florida Invitational winner Jim Stites will 4 for $1-
for in roses
in
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try two a row javelin.
Water Polo and Little Sister Softball. Women's Independent
Discus specialist Bill Kovach, who captured first place in
deadline 28.
is Contact
Racquetball sign-up Monday April
the IM office 229 Fla. Gym 392-0581. the Invitational with a toss,of 163'11", will represent the Plants from all over the
Beginning Monday there,will be two officials per softball Orange and Blue tn'that event while SEC champ Will
t'' game. All officials are to check the schedule for their working, ,Freeman pole vaults. world; guaranteed(:!
'' hours. Bermuda freshman Mike Sharpe won't have much time to
rest as he will compete in the triple and long jumps and join forever
Any persons who would like to officiate and have some
r knowledge of softball should contact Joe or Jason in the IM school record holder tanley Harris in the 100 yard dash. 71'x. .TRSR., fllRA'M/IRMIM: MMMM.
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Bostic Harold Smith
office Wesley and Give Bariffe are slated
on Monday. for the 120 hurdles.Ladies '
Tolbert. North G and I ,took the all-campus championship
'in"the_dormitory racquetball finals this week. Area winners
". who participated in,the play-offs are:,Murphree, Fletcher M- in Becky Boone
0; Hume Little; Graham, MacLachlan; Southeast Reid B; .
Northeast South G and I I. The UF women's track "\." utp'.u= to finish about
On April 19-20,,the UF Hiking Club took a canoe trip down team travels to Richmond, the same" said Lady Gator
the Suwannee: Rivet from Fargo Ga. to White,Springs. Fla. Ky. for the Becky Boone coach Katie Paulos., "We
The 12 cancers found the river' to be,swelled 28 feet above Relays this_ weekend. would probably finish higherif
normal clue.to recent rains and paddled cross-country for our main concern wasn't to
hours between:sightings of dry land. Persons interested in the Some 28 teams are expected qualify tor the nationals"
hike planned for May;3-4 are invited to attend the meeting to compete in the meet, said Paulos.
",Monday, April ,28, room 220 Fla., Gym at 8 p.m. ,For more which the Lady; Gators Tennessee St. is favored to
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