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Student lobby revived I 1



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By BRIAN JONES
funding status. ,
Alligator Tallahassee Bureau "The only thing that will clear up the lobby's problems
would be the attorney general's opinion," Eaton said Sunday.
The Florida Student Lobby will continue operating on a The student presidents also decided to offer the assistant
reduced basis for the rest of the state legislative session, director's post to John McGee, a recent graduate of Florida
despite continuing legal !an.d financial complications. Atlantic University (FAU: ), Eaton said.
Lobby Director Mark Hammond recommended that the
lobby be shut down last week, but presidents of student THE FORMER assistant director of the lobby, Randy
governments sponsoring the lobby met in Tallahassee Voorhees of the University of South Florida, was removed by
Saturday and decided to keep the lobby open.. the student presidentsafter speaking against a bill to put
JIM EATON, UF student body president-elect, said a legal students on the Board of Regents, which he was directed to

opinion issued by the Department of Education is still support.
h, IF preventing the lobby from opening an office or buying Hammond and the assistant director will be paid $120 a ,
telephones.Eaton week for the rest of the legislative session, Eaton said. ,
represented UF Student Body President Steve The remainder of the approximately $8,000 which the six'
*+ tfy Merryday at the emergency meeting of the lobby's sponsors. sponsoring universities allocated to the lobby will be used "to

The lobby will operate out of Florida State University's get set up for next year," Eaton said.
aye 4)r student government offices, where Hammond; and a secretary EATON COULD NOT offer the exact amount that would
ip have been working since the lobby opened, Eaton said. 'be spent this year or the amount to be saved, but said a
'Mq; R q s iy a1Vir THE LOBBY was formed to promote passage of legislation '"substantial' .portion of the lobby funds would be held over
favorable students. for next year.Hammond .
? ;; to university
Hammond had nearly gone ,broke supporting the lobby had not been keeping records of the lobby's
with his own funds a week ago because sponsoring universitieswere expenditures, but the presidents,directed him to set up an
.. IF}}; slow in sending their checks, he said. accounting procedure "to leave a trail for auditors," Eaton
; -i ; Some of the sponsoring universities had delayed their said.The
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} q.1 V funds, allocated by student governments, fearing that sendingstate UF Student Senate allocated $2,800 out of its special
, checks to a lobby organization was illegal. request fund for the lobby earlier this month. The six
'., THE STUDENT PRESIDENTS are still awaiting an sponsoring universities allocated 10 cents per student for the
opinion from Florida Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin on the lobby's lobby.Reporfedexecution.


t stuns UF I


.n if' i 'r'.r By DEBBIE IBERT, "HE WAS A BORN leader," Habeck said of Dong. "He
.r.rir TERRI SALT and FRANK RINELLA could do anything he wanted to do." '
Alligator Staff Writers Lap described Dong as an "outspoken anti-communist."
"Not a politican." Dong was more concerned with betteringthe

I Many of his students wept with grief when they heard the living conditions of poor Vietnamese villagers, Lap said.

,. news from South Vietnam. "He was anti-corruption. He was disappointed in generalswho
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'The cable was sketchy but its message starkly clear:' were more concerned with how much money they could
"Ngo Dong and everybody killed in Da,Nang. six left ..- 'make instead of being good examples to the soldiets that were
/ to save,'evacuate us from terrible desperate situation. ,if not under them" Lap said. ,
we would be massacred:' DONG ORGANIZED a civilian self-defense force with
Ngo Dong was a karate'instructor while earning his doc more than 4,500 followers to help the peasants and to fight

: torate .in entomology at UF, He returned to Vietnam last communists. Lap explained.The .

summer 'and 'was 'apparently killed in Da Nang., last letter Lap,received from Dong was dated March
iLN HIS WIFE AND THREE of his four children were also 18, 11 days before Da Nang fell to the Communists:
: reportedly killed when Communists. captured. the city last "It asked when we would be coming home to help with the
9 month. school.

Dong came to UF in the spring of 1971 on scholarshipfrom HE PROMISED to try to come back to the United
the Agency of International. Development (AID) and States... but never could,' Lap'said.
fought to, remain in the United States when South Vietnam Ho Van Lam, President of the Vietnamese Association said
demanded his return in 'October 1973, before 'he had com Dong's well known anti-communist views and leadership may
pleted his degree. have marked him as a target for execution.
Under t the AID program Dong was allowed to receive only News of Dong and his family's deaths came in a telegramsent
one degree. He decided to skip his masters degree and was by Dong's brother-in-law, Vinh Hung, to family. friend
s given permission to work toward his Phd in entomology. Thomas Moon of Mount Dora, Fla
.r:? HOWEVER, AFTER Dong arrived, the South Vietnamese
Hung had been teaching English at the New College at the
government changed their minds and altered the forms
time of the Communist takeover but
apparently escaped to
allowing him only enough time to get his masters'degree,
,
Saigon with 'two of his brothers.
according to Huong 'Thong Lap, Dong's hand-picked
replacement as karate instructor. According to a telegram sent by Hung, Ngo Dong, his
family and Hung's parents were killedJn Da Nang. The six
w..a Students in Gainesville karate classes and clubs signed and
around who escaped were, Hung,his two brothers and their wives, anda
passed petitions requesting Dong be given the time
needed to ,finish his degree., person Moon said he hopes.is Dong's oldest son.
THE NAME in the telegram ,is Bao Ngoc; Dong's 12year. r
"Fortunately our government moves slowly; by the time
around him he oldson, was named Ngo Bao. Moon said he is assuming the ,
they got to'deporting was so close to finishing
that they left him alone," Dr. Dale Habeck, Dong's faculty name in the cable was a mistake and that the name' stands forDong's

advisory, said.HABECK son.Karate '
SAID Dong was put in an accelerated program master Lap said he believes the name: Bao Ngoc Is
Af''J ,and graduated in June. that of another person and that Dong's son is probably dead

While attending UF the handsome Vietnamese began also.

teaching Cuong Nhu karate, which he himself originated.By Moon said he replied to HUng by telegram telling him:the
,1973 the Cuong,Nhu Karate Club was the, largest intramural Americans would do what. they could to get him and his
club on campus numbering 600 enthusiasts."IT family out of Saigon. A second message from Hung again
WAS VERY PAINFUL news" Fred Johnson faculty pleaded for assistance in leaving South Vietnam and finding.
.. t wsaBWBBBBHBI advisor for the intramural karate club, said sadly. "He was sanctuary in the U.S. '
photo by larry grouman,
the most fine-hearted individual I've ever known THE MOONS LAST HEARD from Ngo in a Christmascard
\ ,. Vigil! for charity Dong received his doctorate in entomology from UF last which told more news about the college than about the
June and immediately returned to, the University of Hue war Moon said.
t George Krleteneyer sits atop a telephone pole as where he was hoping to set up an agricultural extension "Before he left, I offered him santuary for his children,"
port of Chi Phi's fund-raising efforts for musculardystrophy. service similar to the one,here Habeck said. Moon added. "But he said no, that the family's place was in
Over,$400 had been collected by Sunday J Home in Vietnam Dong became active in the formation of Vietnam."
night, qnd the fraternity says they'll keep someone on New College a community college with, 1,600 students THE CHILDREN were 7-year-old girl and three 'boys
the pole'continuously,until.the drive ends. '. F:Da Nang--and in.December: became its rector (president).' aged 9.. 10,and 12.


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SAIGON (UPI)- South Vietnam's congress unanimouslyelected Three hours after the Assembly's action Communist forces
Gen.Duong Van "Big Minh as President Sunday in launched their second rocket attack on the day on the city- mondoy/
an 11th-hour attempt to turn imminent military defeat Into a four rounds of what appeared to be 122mm missles that !
negotiated peace. Political sources said Minh would Immediately landed on the government's naval compound, in the down
ask for an American withdrawal from Vietnam. town area and in the Saigon river.In /capsule
Meeting between the first two rocket attacks on Saigon in Washington Assistant Secretary of State Robert Me- .
more than three years, the National Assembly voted 134-0 for Closkey conceded U.S. policy in Indochina has failed and said ,
Minh -hero of the 1963 coup that overthrew President Ngo1'10 the U.S.- had ,stepped ''up'its diplomatic efforts to obtain a .. ; ," ,i j" i (, > ?
Dinh Diem to succeed President Tran Van Huong and cease-fire and a "controlled outcome"of the war in Vietnam.
gave him authority to sue for peace with the communists. McCloskey did not deny that the diplomatic efforts involve Evacuation continuesby
Political sources said Minh would take power Monday and China and the Soviet Union.In .
would ask for a U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam so he could Paris, the Viet Cong's Provisional Revolutionary
arrange a coalition with the Viet Cong. Government issued a communique calling for abolition of the ship and air
It was unclear whether Minh intended to ask all Americansto Saigon administration as a prerequisite for peace. But it madeno
leave, or whether the U.S. Embassy would remain open mention of the election of Minh, who himself is considereda
CLARK AIR BASE Philippines (UPI) South Vietnamese -
with token staff. neutralist.
a ranging from former cabinet ministers to bar girls

streamed into the Philippines by plane and ship Sunday,
fleeing South Vietnam before a Communist victory.
I Although U.S. military transport planes provided the back
Detroit firm sells non lethal gunsDETROIT bone of the rescue operation that the Pentagon calls "Talon

Vise" for the first time evacuees arrived in the. Philippines by

ship.
(UPI) -. Residents of crime-ridden cities may "Tom Swift and his Electric Rifle.". 'The 10.000-ton ship Green Wave, built as a military
soon toss away' their guns and arm themselves with a less The Taser resembles a flashlight. It {is nine inches long, transport but now operated by a private company, arrived at
lethal weapon that shoots out barbed hooks like an electric weighs a little over one pound and works on a rechargeable Subic Bay Naval Base after a two-day voyage.from,Saigon'sport

harpoon.The battery. of Vung Tau.It .
hooks zap an assailant with an electric shock that is When it is fired, a small gunpowder charge forces tiny wires carried 624 Vietnamese evacuees and one American.An .
supposed to stun rather than harm. outward and hooks on the end of the wires prick the victim's armada of American warships, including five aircraft
"Shooting a person r is irrevocable said Eliot Bank, the ,skin in less than a twentieth of a second. carriers, is still standing by off the coast of Vietnam.
Detroit marketing agent for the weapon called a taser. The weapon sends out a 50,000-volt charge that can be
"In terms of permanent injury a baseball bat or a club will continued or renewed by pressing the trigger. The hooks also
do more harm than a taser." will pierce up to 1 III! inches of clothing. Vote results will not
The Taser,'billed as "the first alternative to the gun," sells The wires and hooks are contained' in cartridges that slip
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for $199.50. It was invented by John Cover, a California into the front of the weapon.The cartridges cost $10 each and
aerospace engineer who named it for the initials of the words are not reuseable., affect Portugual juntaLISBON 1


(UPI)- Prime Minister Vasco Goncalves said in \ .
an interview published Sunday that the results of Portugal'sfirst

I New morality a dangerous fad ? free elections in 50 years will not alter the government or
; blunt its drive to build a left-wing socialist stat .
More than 90 per cent of the country's registered voters
CHICAGO (UPI) Ten years as attending'physician, at "Ten years of listening to young women at a large Eastern went'to the polls Friday to give the Socialists and Liberal
Syracuse University's Health Center has led Dr. Robert university have made me aware of the sexual confusion of Popular Democrats a major victory in,elections to choose a
Collins to one consclusion: the"new morality" is a destructivefad. children of a generation that either misunderstood or ignored Constituent Assembly that will draft a new constitution.
sexuality and had little wisdom to pass on to its self-liberated The Communists,' a major influence in the government,
"It ignores history, it denies the physical and mental children." finished a distant third. '

composition of human beings, it is intolerant, exploitative andis "The Constituent Assembly is one thing, the provisional
oriented toward intercourse,not love," Collins said in an Collins, now Medical Director of the Loretto Geriatric government and the continuation and development of the
article in this week's Journal of the American Medical Center in Syracuse said a basic flaw in the "New Morality" is revolution are another," Goncalves told the newspaper 0
Association. the assumption that male and female sexuality are the same. Seculo.










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t-,)t/ around the Union complex. Enliven your day by
participating a bidding duel at the
auction
Probably more has been written about !this first film by ;
feast the succulent fare of
on bor-b-que servedon
Orion Welles than any other movie; It has often been
noted the best film of all time., The,central character, the North lawn; thrill to the fantastic price
breaks offered In the
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Cafeteria
Charles Foster Kane, I Is the subject of a reporters search
and Arts I Crafts Center. Movies, live entertainment
into the meaning of a man's life. The elaborate construction -
of the script alone made this film unusual, but it ii the day's activities.Y'ALL and other. Surprises will round out
equally as famous for Its technical effects. Pauline Kael
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.. April! 30 dancer to gain the attentions' of f a pretty. society girl Irving
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By BRIAN JONES of the senate resolution to ratify the ERA Both senators from the district including WILSON SAID "I think it would be
Alligator Tallahassee Bureau which was defeated 22-18 Friday. Alachua County, Sen. Kenneth MacKay and misleading the public" to hold a straw ballot
"NEXT YEAR, you're dealing with the Sen. Bob Saunders voted against ratificationof since the U.S. Constitution does not providefor
Stat'Sen, Lori Wilson, a principle sup- same players. Once politicians are committed the ERA. referendums to approve proposed con-
porter-of the Equal. ,Rights. .Amendment ,J9..J.|>osijionj i J. !: ,, hey stay with' that position' THE ERA HAS WON the approval of the stitutional amendments.
(ERA) said Sunday it will be even more Wilson said. -, '. Florida House this year and last but has,been '
difficult to win approval for,the amendmentin But Wilson said. 1977 would hold different defeated by the senate both years. MacKay.. D-Ocala. said Sunday he is "stillpuzzling"

the',Florida Senate next year than,it was chances for ,ERA passage, since most of About a half dozen members of the local over whether he supports the straw
ballot, but conceded "it would raise
this year. Florida's state senators come up for reelection -, National Organization for Women (NOW) help
public of the issue and would
Wilson D-Meritt.lsland. was co-introducer in November 1976. chapter hanged Saunders in effigy I Friday awareness "
turnout for the
a
good primary.
guarantee
night in front of the Alachua County
MacKay said he voted against the ,ERA
Courthouse.
because "eliminating discrimination is best
Hanson
urges alternate "Come this time November, reckon whereyou'll ,
, done by state government.I don't know of any
be down in 'some lonesome, valley,
aspect of it ,(discrimination) that we can't
"
hangin from, a, live oak tree, the ERA "
handle here in Florida.
supporters sang as they strung up the straw
air-conditioning plansBy Saunders. SAUNDERS HAS SAID he is not
representing
dummy
"philisophically opposed" to the amendment,
SAUNDERS D-GAINESVILLE introduced
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but "fean'long-range constitutional effects"and
By STUART EMMRICIiWeatorStaffWrlter One building where 'Hanson said some a bill to hold a statewide straw balloton the possibility that women will be drafted
.
changes will have to be made is General the ERA in conjunction with next spring'sstate' into the armed services.
( Purpose Building A, which is scheduled to 'presidential primary.
have bids let in June. Local feminist Edna Saffy coordinator of Nationwide ratification of the ERA, which '

All new UF buildings will have to operate THE PROPOSED five-story building is to an ERA march on the Capitol two'weeks ago, requires approval of 38 state legislatures, is
without air-conditioning or else utilize solar be constructed a btock'west of University said she opposed Saunder's straw ballot idea dead for this year. Thirty-four states have
energy, UF's architect has been told. Auditorium and will have classroom space for "because it is not binding" on how the already ratified the amendment.
Neil Webb, of UF Planning and Analysis, approximately 2,000 students. senators would vote. Wilson said it will be '"a natural oc-
was told Friday to make,alternate plans for Extensive use of air-conditioning was Wilson said she, too, opposed the straw. curance" that passage of the ERA will
proposed UF buildings designed for air- planned for the building, however which is ballot concept because senators would not be become more difficult nationwide as the
conditioning. also expected to house the department officesof bound by its result. ... number of ratifying states nears 38.

HAROLD HANSON, UF executive' vice Arts and Sciences.
president, in a letter sent to Webb Friday Hanson said there are four optionswhich
said UF "must erect no building which might can be taken: Drawing contest deadline Friday m

prove to be uninhabitable" explaining .solar'air'conditioning
possible energy shortages in the future might .greatly enhanced capacity for air turnover Entries for the Fifth Annual Student -5 gift certificates for the runners up. The

make air-conditioning impossible. decreased lighting \ Drawing Competition must be submitted first place drawing will be included in the
Hanson admitted there would be "obvious major redesign. Friday, May 2, between noon and 6 p.m. on permanent collection of the University
fiscal and logistic problems,.. in making A meeting between Webb Hanson and UF the second floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Gallery.

changes but added "we cannot go blithely President Robert Q. Marston has been All graduate and undergraduate studentsare Winners will be announced at 1 p.m. MayS
along when we all know that energy will be scheduled for this morning to discuss what eligible to enter the contest. The first at the Art Department Teaching Gallery,
progressively more, expensive and less can be done to conserve energy in future UF place award will be a $100 gift certificate, for where the best 40 drawings will be displayed
available." buildings.'New purchase of art supplies. There,will be three through May 21. ,* -






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By STUART EMMRICH storing the acid in an area accessable to children and without
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Alligator any warning signs posted.
SOMSEL SAID THE bottles of acid "were just stacked up

Fourteen glass bottles of sulphuric acid have been removed out there in the open."
from an open storage area behind Maguire village, but for "Once they (the children) got past the fences there was
five-year-old Francis Somsel the removal came too late. nothing to stop them from getting at the acid," Somsel added.Dr. .
Francis was playing with three friends in the UF storagearea Billy Dunavant UF director of environmental health
late Friday and received third degree burns on his arms and safety, said the acid was being temporarily stored by the .

and legs when one of. the bottles broke and the acid spilled on J. Hillis Miller Health Center.

him.THE Dunavant sa'4.'<;J the area was chose ;.Jecabs) 'it::>as.conlittered -..
ACID WAS, stored in an open-air.,concrete maze '*' ; 'secure"because of the fences and locked gates.
behind the married housing village, surrounded by two wire that all the
"But obviously it wasn't. he added explaining
fences and padlocked gates. chemicals would be moved by today.
But openings in both the fences large enough for an adultto THE; SULPHURIC acid was removed over the weekend
crawl through enabled the curious children to find out what but 23 cases of one-pint bottles of acetic acid were still in the
was inside the maze. ,
maze Sunday.
UF student Joe Somsel ,said his son Francis two younger University Police Department spokesman Jim Shuler said
brothers and a neighborhood friend were playing in the field Sunday UPD would be patrolling in the area until the acetic '..

behind their homes and crawled through' the fences to get acid is removed to try and keep the children out. ._
inside the storage=area. "No Trespassing signs were posted in the area this .
I STORED INSIDE the maze in cardboard boxes were .14 weekend. Shuler added.
one-gallon bottle of sulphuric acid.
One; of the bottles broke and the acid spilled on Francis, ALTHOUGH BITTER about the burns his son received t

burning his "arms, and legs. His younger brother Isaac, Somsel said his main concern was for the safety of the other

received minor burns on,his cheek. children in the complex. ,
Both boys were rushed to Alachua General Hospital where Somsel said the breaks in the fences enable any child to

they were treated and released... Francis with bandages explore the, complex and the acetic acid still inside is

covering his arms,and parts of his legs.. dangerous."IT .
"THE MUMMY THAT'S' what the kids call. him" WAS A CASE of children and chemicals being in a
Somsel said of his ,son Saturday .n'ht.' place where they shouldn't be." Dunavant said of the Friday

The bandages are off now,.but't}> scars,still remain on accident.
Francis. Somsel said UF was "going to pay" for the hospital expenses photo by John moron
Somsel l said he realized that his sons should not have been adding he was going to talk' today to Arthur Sandeen. vice ACID STORAGE AREA I

playing in the fenced area but added he blamed UF for president for ,student affairs about the mishap. .child burned Friday






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..,,. .,. "' o' ".;.. :, :," I By STUART:EMMRICII .. In a letter to University Srstem.Chancellor.-
:1t Alligator Staff Writer""" "1 ," designate Eo T. 'York,' Msrstli 1' ei21Ied his

: :;f:. T objections to the state budget recommended
; forthe3to5yrold Continuing! his campaign to win more for next year. Marston said "decreased
'i(' with Marston has "
} certified teachers warned of "immediate damage education.
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.; to. ..our instructional programs." MARSTON EXPLAINED the budget
and full or half days recommended for the university system by
.r 'A.} Gov Reubin Askew- $236 million -would
UF graduateis force UF to declare'a "financial emergency."
UF's share of the system's budget. is ap-
t"", proximately 26 per cent.
376-0044 Marston drafted the letter Friday afternoon
1 02NW 9th Ave. 377-6576 arrestedThe after faculty.If consultations. with top staff membersand

University Police Department (UPD) Askew's budget is passed by the Florida
and the Alachua County Sheriff Department Legislature with no additional funding,
". recovered almost 512,000 worth of stolen Marston said already present problems of
;' for property Friday, after arresting a UF "inadequate salaries, too few teachers, the
graduate. need for increased fellowships and the effectsof
Mark Cantor, a UF in "
graduate zoology continued Inflation would be further
.. .. YOU'RE INVITED TO was arrested Wednesday at his home at 1222 compounded.
NW 8th Ave. and charged with grand larceny "THERE IS JUST no way to match up
and two counts of breaking and entering, decreased faculty and already overcrowded
OUR, CANDLELIGHT DINNER according to Jim Shuler UPD Information classrooms without significant curtailment of
Officer. our classroom offerings. Such reductions
UPD INVESTIGATOR E.H. Stevens said would constitute real hardships for our
. ',,' UPD and Alachua County Sherrifs detectives students," Marston said.
began an investigation after a UF employe Marston added, however, that he was
""4, We're having! homemade losagne, crisp salad and garlic discovered a stolen outboard motor and fuel "encouraged" by the$15'million additional
bread tanks in a wooded area on Williston Road. funding recommended for the
university
.--- only $1.35. Free music from 5:00: till, 11:00
\ Thursday, May 1.MONDAY 1. Cantor has confessed to stealing the system by a subcommittee of the House
outboard equipment and also to 1974 thefts of Appropriations Committee. .
nearly$5,000 worth of stereo equipment from The increase.still has'to be approved by the
UF dorms. full committee and then the House.
STEAK SPECIAL Stevens said that most of the stolen MARSTON ALSO expressed concern for
property was found in Cantor's apartment, programs in the J. Hillis Miller Health"Center
Includes 6 oz. delmonico cooked to order, corn-on-the- and more was found in a,.locked shed on and the,Institute of'Food and Agriculture
:4!:.: : cob, garlic bread.. $1.92 Williston Road. Sciences (WAS) under Askew's budget..
: Stevens said that one county case, two city "Vitally important programs in these two
;'I cases and four UF cases were cleared with the areas will have to be curtailed, or wholly
arrest. abandoned if no relief from the:Governor's
.: We offer daily specials from fried chicken to lasagne, and budget is provided to these two 'majorresearch

.) a wide variety of sandwiches I including' the ,REUBEN."":Try : and.'service. ',resources. .," Marston
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our cheesecake or ice cream, sundaes UPD nabs duo '
'.' A subcommittee'-of,the""Senate Ways and
Means Committee Thursday recommended
4FRIDAY' a
Two, UF students were arrested early 10 per cent increase over Askew's budget for
SPECIAL ',' Sunday morning after a University Police IFAS.
Department officer caught them attempting -
,/l' Golden fried shrimp with french fries,, cole slaw and to break into a soft drink',vending I
cocktail sauce. Only, $1.55TOLBERT machine. City commissionto
UPD Information Officer Jim Shuler
,said that George Whitfield Etheridge IV,
,. WC, was charged with attempted petty discuss jobsA
'. larceny, petty larceny, possession of
SNACK ,BAR. burgulary tools and two other counts of 530,000 allocation to Gainesville's
': "AOHK5 FROM ROTC KHUMHG" malicious injury. Summer Youth Employment Program will bea
Mon-Thurs 7-11 Friday 7.2:30 Robley David Johnson 2EG, was prime topic of discussion at tonight's
'. Sun 5-11 charged with accessory after the fact. Gainesville City Commission meeting.The .
; l' :, Shuler said the two were caught commissioners will also ,discuss
breaking into a coke machine in' ,the creating a Downtown Redevelopment Advisory .
.,' fieldhouse at Perry Field, around 5 a.m. Board.'
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Sunday. An appointment will be made to the City
-'. .. The two had more than $72 worth of Plan Board scat vacated by John Jenning. ,
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I coins in their possession Shuler said. The 7 p.m. meeting will be held on the
.' fourth floor of the Municiple Building.

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college .would be one *r the moss *ite would :dike jn'UFi admsaaoss policy: for
examined if be .was,sdcaed for the past; --prokWonaJ scbocis.:
presently j>dd by itaemn,Vice frtstdect Dr "t'Wea admitting-people iuuiJaw.shod t
Robert Bryan.vULNS who are oot capable of.attending lo 'otbtrpcnofts :
,,MCE CUAEUUN tbr t5s Jccal} 'needi," said Mcrrfday '
department at Ohio Staid Unisur y.instated ASKS .sAID enoaal lotemtm ;Land
tbe'Personalized,Study Program three which 'czammatioas, if usedproperly+ :: ,are the bet 4
Jets students design.their,...baccalaureate guides. ,
program. He said 'developing flexibility like The imrmrwiog' cominaiee Jbeaded: ;ty
this.would bft-ooe: bis-major goals. Graduate .School Deal ,Dr, fatty: 'II ;Safer t
'"*W e most respond 10 the rapid charges in meets today to begin sating: oa the aadid d. 3
the body knowledge) ",said Aras'it takes Three to four reuommcndzts win 'be
,aimast ,a ,generation for as to build cew praented to :Troldcct: Hobert JO. 'Menooc
developments into--o0r-pedgogy** -wboiwlll.cboose:ooe.candidatt. i Come TakeAdvantage
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DAY UF IS ;nonage viJI MZDITATIOMALARTS: The 1 II.aad.a'Jobzga
combine 10 spouor.Ca cr'Jiy: "75.,officnag Yoga xnety .will present: .aMednanonal I L1 | Are Pay-
c.arccrplanD placement :and :individual Arty program.front 5'to 1'p en.
.coumd g aod'1 the J. ViajoefiexzLbmon :daily today through May.2 ta room331at the : ling For.
Ballroom -from I to 5-p.m. 'Keiti.bmon. The public,n.inrhsal. ands 55
lAW CETTTER )STAGE ,'PLAYarite :doa on-1u nsfoesud. 'Fvrrmateiaforraatnnn.
Magnificent Yankee"a bit play %Braadiay call Brad at 3724414. tia v
in tbe forties portraying the ,life of :Diner .C.S.O.s The ChranaiL Sotnre Onaoizauon
Wendell Holmes ,will be produced:: oby Jaw :bolls .. 'ecfcly jestnnony: .;meeticgs 'every Find out What U F Can
students Tuesday and Wednesday: ,at -SJS Tuesday: : ngiztai 7;ui'K:: ii.bBwa room 356. I
p.m. in the Law Center (ud .ori m.. +Admsnon Anyone rf&iOTiud 'to,amm 'fbr-more ;i nlonaaooa -
will be 5O.acu. contact:Ride,Smart at 373-JS30. F? Really Offer You InEducation
NORMAN 'MAILER: Anent ?6 presents PJLi Tae Future raiims of Amcnca.wifl,
Normait MauerTuesday at 8 p.m..Giaham meet lomgbtat: p-m..in room 1151.McCanyAodnonom. and Career
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having a field day Tuesday. April 29.;JEnxn .*ill: haYe Lag B'oinrr picm fronr7: to S p.m. Preparation.
2:30 10 '8 -p-m. ,in .Bnnrard Hall and the 'smear ow' behind McCanyAudnrmmn.A30
Bnnrard-RawhBg 'Tbticfe :Boar' 'flailssaetiog.at cent :doaatxm Jts ,requested for the joooeTopek' Y
-8 -p.m. T Tuesday the BrotardKccreaoon '. HilielwDlbeaelbog'Kasbertmcat. t
: : Doom. For more nfom: rion.can ,Monday Tuesday:from 4 ia.5 p.rn.wt the
Debt rrrnandez;at 392466. Center:For:more infarmaUoa can\he''Hill l Representatives from
WOMEVS' 'EKSEECnYESi: '"Child Center,at 3723900FKECTlLMSTwa( .
Abuse",wiH be the subject on WRUFseaJHntalk : nmnmmental; 'films"will:
show tonight :from 10:05pm. ,to mid 'be shower tomorrow in room!304 in the."R Rat z:
niyht50 on tbe.dial Union Auditorium at '':30 -p.m. 'entthedrRcaboes Planning & Placement.T .
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; last year, UF's 16 new cheerleaders were Sharon Atkins Leslie Furlong. Archie
chosen this year without a personal interview Nelson. Trey Bergman and LaNedra
by the judges. Abrams.
"This year's tryouts were strictly physical," The other new cheerleaders are: Herbert
said new squad captain Mike,Stokoe. Grant. Renee Kahn ,Sheree Sawyer Cheryl
Judging was done on the basis of cheers Jenkins. Mary Green, Jimbo Skiles, Dan .
performed voice control, crowd appeal Willette, Jimbo Sams, Charley Marler and
--- -- ... stunts and jumps, he said. Tanya McArthur
photo by lorry groumon The new squad members were chosen from Stokoe said the interview requirement was
I ... NEW CHEERLEADERS about 130 applicants. Only six members of dropped because of last year's charges of
requirements changed because of discrimination charges last year's squad were chosen again. discrimination by black students.


I t"1 : > Freshman music major is chosen new Miss UF I


,i By LINDA WISNIEWSKI 0 Rights Amendment (ERA).
Alligator Staff Writer Schmalzried was'chosen from a field of 13 contestants who f
were sponsored by various sororities fraternities, and service
IAnn: Schmalzried. 1UC,was smiling"fortissimo" Saturday clubs on campus.
night after playing her way into the hearts of a University THE CONTESTANTS were judged on personal interviews,
Auditorium crowd who saw her crowned this year's Miss UF. talent and physical beauty.
Schmalzried. a 19-year-old music major from Ft.
Schmalzried played a classical selection for piano by
Lauderdale. said it was "an honor and a privilege" to be Claude entitled
Debussy "Gardens in the Rain" for her
J 1 crowned Miss UF. presentation in the talent portion of the pageant.
rig, i SCHMALZRIED SAID her immediate goal was to get a First and second in
runners up the pageant were Dianne
\ t'f music education degree at UF.
Gwynn 19-year-old music major from Delray Beach and
Y t. The new Miss UF declined to give her views on the Equal Pamela Peele. 21-year-old marketing major from Titusville. ,..
JANE HOLSTON, 20-year-old public relations major from .". .
k : Task force meets at 8 Pensacola was chosen Miss Congeniality by her fellow /
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i.-, Student Conduct Coordinator Rob Densen said the task Orlando this June. The winner of that pageant will then photo by .r1c strin
I .',",:' force was holding the discussion in an effort to "get students represent Florida in the Miss America pageant at Atlantic MISS UF I
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I .w,,." r",. ,to show some interest in honor court procedures." City. .. .Ann Schmalzried In talent. competition
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ROSEMARY GOUDREAU for people in all walks of life to drop in and
Alligator Staff Writer out of school. '
I "WE MUST SELL to industry the importance .
of taking middle management and
The final candidate for Vice President of sending them to UP to hear what people here
Academic Affairs Dr. Robert G. Arns have to say about that particular industry'
questioned the existence of University Collegeas Arns said.
a separate entity' In an interview,her Steve { a member of the committee *
Friday. and former president of.UF's student
Arns said the existence of the underclass body wanted to know wha| changes Arns
college would be one of the issues he would mike in UF's 'admissions policy for
examined if he was selected for the post professional schools.
presently held by Interim Vice President Dr: "We are admitting people into law school
Robert Bryan. who are not capable of attending to other
ARNS, VICE CHAIRMAN of the physics person's legal' needs" said Merryday.
department at Ohio State University; initiatedthe ARNS SAID personal interviews, and
Personalized Study Program there which examinations if used properly are the best
lets students design their own baccalaureate guides.
program. He said developing flexibility like The interviewing committee headed by
this would be one of his major goals. Graduate School Deal Dr. Harry H. Sisler
"We must respond to the rapid changes in meets today to begin voting on the candidates.
the body of knowledge," said Arns. "It takes Three to four recommendations will be
almost a generation for us to build new presented to President Robert Q. MarStonwho a
developments into our pedigogy." will choose one candidate. Come TakeAdvantage
Arns said he is interested in developing lifelong MARSTON'S DECISION must be ap-
learning methods and making it easier proved by the Board of Regents. of


I WJI AI>S APPEIWMG the Prof ess ion-

By TOM VEENSTRA (an endangered species) Tuesday at 7 p.m..in
Alligator Staff Writer room 113 Little Hall. For further information
contact Brian at 3786144.MEDITATIONAL .
CAREER DAY UF's IS colleges will ARTS The Ananda
combine to sponsor Career Day '75 offeringcareer Marga Yoga society will present : a You Are Paying
planning placement and individual Meditational Arts program front 5 to 7 p.m.
counseling today at the J. Wayne Reitz Union daily today through May 2 in room 337 at the. L.-$ For.
Ballroom from 1 to 5 p.m. Reitz Union. The public is invited and a $5 I
LAW CENTER STAGE PLAY "The doation is requested. :For more information
Magnificent Yankee,"a hit play on Broadwayin call Brad at 3724434. I
the forties portraying' the life of Oliver C.s.O. The Christian Science Organizationholds I
Wendell Holmes will be produced by law weekly testimony meetings every Find out What UF Can
students Tuesday 'and Wednesday at 8:15: Tuesday night at 7 in Reitz Union room 356
p.m. in the Law Center Auditorium. Ad- Anyone is invited to attend. For more in-
Offer You In
mission will be 50 cents. formation contact Rick Stewart at 3731850. Really
NORMAN MAILER Accent '76 presents F.F.A.1 The Future Farmers of America will. i
Norman Mailer Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Graham, meet tonight at 8 p.m, in room 1151 McCarty i Education and Career
Pond. Admission is free.; Auditorium.
DORM WEEK Broward Hall Dorm week is HILLELt The Hillel Jewish Student Center
having a field day Tuesday April 29, from will have a Lag B'omer picnic from 7 to 8 p.m. Preparation.Representatives .
2:30: to 8 p.m. in Broward Hall and the tomorrow behind McCarty Auditorium. 50 .
Broward-Rawling "College Bowl" finals cent donation is, requested for the movie I
starting at. 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Broward "Topele". Hillel will be selling Kosher,meat I
Recreation Room. For more information call Monday to'Tuesday from 4 to 5 p.m. at the I
.Debi Fernandez at 392-9667. Center. For more information call the, Hillel
WOMEN'S PERSPECTIVES! "Child Center at 3722900. I I
Abuse"will be the subject on WRUF's call-in FREE FILMSi'Two environmental films will
talk show tonight from 10:05: p.m. to mid be shown tomorrow in room 304 in the Reitz :
night. 850 on the dial. Union Auditorium at 7:30: p.m. entilted Planning & .
ROCK-OUTt The Florida Speleological "Realities of Recycling" and "Tragedy of the 1 to 1 Student 0'A
Society will have a l lecture on the .Indiana Bat ,Commons." The public is invited. .

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Cheerleaders chosen ;




.personal interview out :

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Eliminating one selection technique: used The six repeating cheerleaders are Stokoe.
w wI last year, UF's 16 new cheerleaders were Sharon Atkins, Leslie Furlong, Archie
chosen this year without a personal interviewby Nelson. Trey Bergman and LaNedra
the judges. Abrams.
"This year's tryouts were strictly physical," The other new cheerleaders are: Herbert
said new squad captain Mike,Stokoe. Grant Renee Kahn ,Sheree Sawyer Cheryl
Judging was done on the basis of cheers Jenkins. Mary Green Jimbo Skiles, Dan
__ performed voice control, crowd appeal, Willette, Jimbo Sams Charley Marler and
pn ... stunts and jumps, he said. Tanya McArthur.
photo by tarry groumon The new squad members were chosen from Stokoe said the interview requirement was
I NEW UP CHEERLEADERS about 130 applicants. Only six members of dropped because of last year's charges of
requirements changed because of discrimination charges last year's squad were chosen again. discrimination by black students.



I t.: :I.,,.,_ Freshman music major is chosen new Miss UF I

,I k By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Rights Amendment (ERA). '
'
t Alligator Writer Schmalzried was chosen from a field of 13 contestants who
were sponsored by various sororities fraternities, and service
i. Ann Schmalzried 1UC,was smiling"fortissimo"Saturday clubs on campus. i
night after playing her'way into the hearts of a University THE CONTESTANTS were judged on personal interviews
Auditorium crowd who saw her crowned this year's Miss UF. talent and physical beauty. -
Schmalzried a 19-year-old music from Ft.
major
Schmalzried played a classical selection for piano by
Lauderdale said it was "an honor and a privilege" to be Claude entitled
Debussy "Gardens in the Rain" for her
crowned Miss UF.
presentation in the talent portion of the pageant.
i i SCHMALZRIED SAID her immediate goal was to
get a First and second runners up in the pageant were Dianne
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\j music education degree'at UFo Gwynn 19-year-old music major from Delray Beach, and
't The new Miss UF declined to give her views on the Equal Pamela Peele 21-year-old marketing major from Titusville.
I JANE HOLSTON, 20-year-old public relations major from
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j Task force meets at 8 Pensacola was chosen Miss Congeniality by her fellow
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The Honor Court Task Force will hold an open meeting new Miss UF received a $100 scholarship' from Florida >"" '''''..', .
Monday at 8 p.m., room 347, Reitz Union. Blue Key,sponsor of{he pageant,and a gift certificate from a .;'!.;... ...
The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the task local merchant. .. ... .
force's' proposed revisions to the honor code. Schmalzried will represent UF at the Miss Florida Pageantin
Student Conduct Coordinator Rob Densen said the task Orlando this June. The winner of that pageant will then photo by sue tlrln
force was holding the discussion in an effort to "get studentsto represent Florida. in the Miss America pageant. at Atlantic MISS UF I
show some interest in honor court procedures." City. .Ann Schmalzried in talent competition
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baseball. '

Like a spoiled rich kid at a sandlot baseball !

game, the County Commission has laid down the
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law ;o the Corner Drug Store. I II

Become a county agency' submit to county ,

supervision and regulation, or you don't get the

money you need to survive, commission. has, in j

effect, told the privately run, non-profit drug-

health-crisis aid service. k

And so, facing the loss of a $35,000 federal r

grant as of June 30, and unable to qualify for more

grant money without county sponsorship, the

volunteers of the CDS are frantically searching for ... .;" T

money to continue operating the stone house on i -
the corner of SW 12th Street and First Avenue V ''e-

that last year logged 30,962 client contacts on a

variety of services from pregnancy tests, to '

venereal disease treatment to drug counseling. and Jaworski visit raises questions'This

rehabilitation.The .

CDS needs about $70,000 a year to operate morning former Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworskiwill Harvey Oswald's involvement with the CIA Jaworski himself
according to director John Creech, and while 'the speak at the Holland Law Center. Although Jaworski is was working for the CIA via secret CIA conduits.,This is a
money may be readily available through the scheduled speak early in the morning and therefore'will rather blatant example of a conflict of interest. El

county, Creech is unwilling to accept their terms. probably attract a small audience this very prominent Come to think of it, the entire Warren Commission seemedto inii ;
Houston attorney should have some interesting things to say be pretty close to the CIA. After all, former CIA Director i il gut
His reasoning makes sense. The was
agency and I hope a large number of UF students listen to him. vat
created to meet the problems of youths involved Back in 1964 Jaworski was on the legal staff of the Warren Or

with drugs and other related problems. Many of Commission representing Texas Any. Gen. Waggoner Car. r DAVID MILLER '

the clients who frequent the CDS would be In this WC capacity, Jaworski worked closely with Rep. (rl sat

reluctant or unwilling to confide in an agency that Gerald Fordr R-Mich., now President of'the United States GUEST COLUMNIST ,'
and with attorney David Belin. 1968 national chairman of en't
i is a part of the government itself. t
"Lawyers for Nixon-Agnew" and presently executive directorof
So in the face of this impasse, Creech is con the Rockefeller Panel investigating the CIA. (According to Allen Dulles was on the Commission as was Sen. Richard mtk
sidering turning to student government for at least William Greider of The Washington Post Belin participated Russell. D-Georgia. chairman of the Senate CIA sub- ,
partial funding.We in Nelson Rockefeller's 1964 and 1968 presidential cam committee. In 1967 Sen. Russell publicly defended CIA gut

think that's not a bad idea. Of the 27, 708 paigns.) funding of the National Student Association funding of FA
ACCORDING TO Edward Jay Epstein's book "Inquest"and which Leon Jaworski had been a pan claiming allegationsof isou
clients served between July 1973 and June 1974,
Gerald Ford's book "Portrait of the Assassin." the interference with academic freedom were "hogwash.,
5,862 were college students, mostly from UF. Warren Commission in 1964 received a rumor that Lee Also on the Warren Commission was the aforementionedRep. rcIf

But the CDS-UF connection goes deeper than Harvey Oswald had been an agent of either the FBI or CIA; Gerald Ford who was ranking Republican on the House
that.. It was founded in 1968 by a group of UF information this.effect had been printed in the Houston CIA subcommittee. On page 85 of his 1970 book."A Heritageof is,
students who believed existing. establishment Post. A Houston attorney was immediately ordered to investigate Stone" Jim Garrison, former New Orleans District Attorney -

health centers were ill equipped to handle certain the rumor which if found to be true would have stated: "Gerald Ford enjoyed the reputation of being
destroyed the Warren Commission's conclusion that Oswald the best friend of the CIA in the House of Representatives."
then-prevalent problems like bad .acid 'trips and had been a "lone assassin." And 10 years later Gerald Ford became President withoutever
other drug hazards. running for election.In .

The CDS has always drawn heavily on university late 1973 Gerald Ford moved into the Oval Office as
personnel and students for most of its professionaland ( OPINION ] unelected vice-president, Arlin Specter (the ''Warren Commission

volunteer help, and even now, most of the 100or attorney who had devised the Kennedy-Connally "one D
bullet theory")joined Richard Nixon's staff, and Leon
legal
so volunteers are UF students. The Houston attorney never investigated the rumor. and Jaworski replaced Archibald SOk
And the benefits work both ways the training never contacted the Houston Post reporter. The Warren prosecutor. Of this be Cox as chief Watergate
course
may just a fantastic series of
Commission
these volunteers receive in counseling and then published a long report claiming that Lee coincidences. Perhaps it is also a coincidence that the CIA's hir
Harvey Oswald had been a communist had acted
alone and
aid is invaluable.So 1964 liaison with the Warren 01
Commission Rocca.
emergency Raymond
had tired one bullet that went through John Kennedy made a ell
it's not all that inconceivable the CDS few sharp turns, and lodged in the body of John Connally. The recently activities.As quit. the CIA after admitting his role in domestic CIA eel

should turn to SG for money. The problem is, will Houston attorney who refused to investigate the rumor of chief \ 'if
Watergate
SG be allowed to give it? Oswald's FBI-CIA involvement was Leon Jaworski.On prosecutor 'Leon Jaworski refused to
investigate the role of
Nov. 6, 1973 the Associated Press Howard Hughes and'refused to file If.q
The has for and been reported (see
agency applied granted criminal charges against Bebe Rebozo and other Nixon
Gainesville Sun page IA) that from 1958 1964
SG aid in the But the UF administration has to Leon cronies. Jaworski's hill
past. Jaworski had conveyed CIA "laundered" to history of covering up should be
always withheld such aid because the drugstore is such as the National Student Association via money a Houston groups CIA .questioned by every UF.student, faculty member, and staff I pe lie

an off-campus organization.But conduit know as the M.D. Anderson Foundation; Jaworski is member; the public has a. right to know U's reasons for int
aside from the fact that the state auditor on the Board of Trustees of the Anderson Foundation and the conducting not-so-vigorous investigations in 1964 and 1974. I\
Turner Foundation in Houston. In other words, Perhaps we shall! find the answers to very interesting I II
at the time 1
general has in the past been critical of state money :questions this nit
morning. Now,
Leon Jaworski was refusing to investigate allegations of Lee more than ever we need to find 1 t
being spent in such a manner, there seems to be no ------ out the truth.__n_ eru

clear cut reason for refusing to move allocated SG ,
Ron Cunningham Klein, .
David
money to the CDS. The Independent iior.ln'Chi..f' Managing Editor ncc
It is to his credit that Dean of Student Affairs j SIne

Arthur Sandeen seems to be keeping 'an open Florida Geoge: Kochaniec Jr. Donna Bygmon k
; Alligator '
mind on the subject. If such aid is allocated ... Photo ditor t Layout Editor toi

Sandeen said he would seek a legal opinion as to (till Unettcait Midi Kelman t
Cortin
Jody i
its propriety. cp News Editor Layout Editor

Considering some of the things student activityand .
service fee has been for in the -R-A: 'Tony'Ic.ndzior :... . ...,.. : . . ... . . . .General
money spent James V.Cook . .. .u:. ..... .. ..... .... .... Manager .
past, we believe the Student Senate should Mrs. Evelyn B.st . . ...,'....... .u ...., ........; ... ..l4sistonIG.n.rolManag.r. .Administrative Anistant Publ.thed .by
seriously consider funding a program that has over AnneMolp u .., .-.. .. ...'i:..:... ..;,r.t. .J:.. .r.!,! .; . .Bookkeeper (:'.ttuu.i' {;..ttrrnnw, ut'fNI... I Itu
the worthwhile C. Roy Shipp .. ." ..; .... .:..... .j.f'" .. ... '..t..f... .. . .
both students and
years proved to Tom MacNamard ". .. .. ., .. .. ..;. ...t'. .. .. .:. . . .Busine..Manager. . .Accountont '.0, 80. 13266 Uni"e.ify i
nonstudents.The Roy McGe.Jr . .. .. . .. . .. ". .:.. . . . .Advertising Staton. Coinesvill.. Florida wish
reluctance of the county to aid the drug Donna Lubrana . . . . . . .Advertl Manager off.c.s behind the Coli. 1M.
hey Harper ..... ..... .. . .... . .. .Special ng Coordinator 1721 W.st University A'Ieft".'
store is deplorable. In the face of such reluctance it Lynda Homl.r ......J.!.. .:'R t i..'.' ... . .:. .. . .Mv.rti Sections Coordinator 8".11 Off" phone: 376-4tA6. I
may be necessary for UF students to throw in a Lynn .... . . . .. .... .. . . . . Editorial sing Production Manag.r Editorial Depor1ment: 376-.se.
baseball. Jim Esposito. . . . . ..'. . . . .. . Editorial Production Manager Ad".rtisin and Production
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letter the editor feels victimized
guilty" to obviously by .
whistles Mses and history. ? ','

I / If there were no discrimination based on one's nationality, ,.
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! \ : / ; \, sex or race then there would be no need for organizations such .' ,
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would there by any need affirmative action plans or'
minority scholarships. The sole reason that a National
Organization for Men and a NAAWP does not exist is that

H white males have a favored status i in our paternalistic society.
I r KARWICKI ALLUDES to societal injustices which
degrade the white male.. Why should a male attending a
martial arts course feel emasculated? Children who are
socialized into "masculine" aggressiveness or "feminine"

passivity are lifetime eunuchs because they are confined to
this behavior. Men who are members N.O.W. are cognizantof
this "reverse sexism."

'N r Wlto coti4FIRinr MysELF TO ROOSEVELT+ BUT.. Black Americans and other minorities need the NAACP's ,.
and the NOW's to fight economic political and social
discrimination and to terminate societal stereotypes. Mary
Ovington, a white co-founder of the NAACP W.E.B. DuBois
Betty Friedan and other originators of social reform
Eliminate privilege in libraries movements understood that it was not the white males who
are guilty; but the white man's institutions: His banks his
universities, his job markets his Wall Streets, and his
'I EDITOR I would like to address this letter to the ad- book under reserve and let everybody have a chance to read it. Congresses.It .

inistrators of the UF libraries since their book check-out If he does not need it, he should return! the book immediately., is time that we realize that it is not the white man who is
i gulations are made to ,discriminate against students or in As UF students we have to renew'our library books every at fault; but that it is the structure of all societal institutions
vor of the faculty of the University.On three weeks, or pay a fine of 25 cents per book per day; and if which perpetuate injustice. Mr. Karwicki. you need not feel so
April 16 I went'to Library West to find a book which I we do not return the library books we have checked out or pay threatened.
ded tor my project proposal desperately.' I found the books the fines we can get,neither our diploma nor our transcript.
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(% checked out by one of the faculty on this campus lastar '
HOWEVER, THE faculty this do not have Melissa Pavone
on campus any
: and it was due some time last December (it has been 4AS
restrictions for instance in another case a friend of mine
erdue for more than four months!). I was instructed to fillt
faced a situation that one of the teachers has checked out'the
t a call-in card and was refused to obtain the telephone
book she wanted for almost, two years after the librarians
tuber of the (I ) who checked the
professor presume out tound that the teacher left for another place with the book six Still number ,
ok last the librarian because it is "their one
just
s > year by
months ago they told my friend the only thing they could do .
gulation. I,.
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was to have the book listed as a missing one. .0;"
FROM MY POINT of view, if this professor had been usingis EDITORi I see from .my occured this year at the
book everyday for the past five months I suppose he Why don't the administrators revise their discriminated April 21 copy of Newsweekthat University of Florida in
ould buy himself a copy and return the bookto( the libraryr regulations which would eliminate this group of privileged UF is still number one in Gainesville." .i
circulation. people and increase the circulation of books in our libraries? the South and second to none Go Gatorsl!
If he needs this book to teach a course or something likeis i in the nation: "The worst Diane A. Bronson
for the benefits of his fellow students, he should put the Jonq-Ying Lee single cheating scandal so far 6AS '




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EDITOR Any thinkingson is full of anecdotes of those been arranged with both access. To decide' .which books books issued in limited and books of natural history;
must surely applaudr shadowy and nefarious security and student needs belong. in which category tine editions of less than say, cartography and topography

stand on the subject of characters the bookrunners.Men carefully balanced. The places a heavy responsibilityupon 300 copies; fine leather bound printed before stereotypingand
k stealing and vandalism like John Bagford in the separation of research and the librarian but the sets of standard scholarlytexts photographic processes
hin our library system and seventeenth century made a undergraduate requirementsis majority of moderate sized ; first editions of major. came into general use; the
one cannot but think that trade out ,of supplying rare : )' recognized as a research libraries have authors; books containing majority of books printed in
element of blame must be books to belted earls whose practical means of arrangingand members of their staff who authors inscriptions and England between 1500 and
ected at that very system fanaticism often overcame protecting a collection. can competently exercise such annotations; bibliographicalworks 1825 and;t books printed in the
t Lit.t. their integrity when a newly Within the research area judgement as is required. (often produced in United States' before say,
If> as is indicated the book supplied volume was evidently there will be found many Obvious "valuable and limited editions and almost 1850,. Clearly this is a ten-
question was a special trom a well known ,library. books which require for attractive: items which always fearsomely expensive if tative and incomplete list but
ilion printed on handmade Bagford himself ravaged security reasons restricted require close supervision'are irreplaceable);' illustrated hundreds of books falling
within all the
Per and limited to 125 libraries collecting only the categories' above
I pies) what on earth was it title pages of books; his scrap- can be found on open access

\ ing in an area of open books are now precious 'shelves throughout the library
I ess? Why wasn't this possessions in the British system.

\ ume' in the rare books area Museum The present day YES, WE MUST deplore
G\ ere supervision would have variety of' Bagford is more vandalism and book stealing
\ .ured that a razor toting usually detected hovering but increased vigilance and '. ,

\ ndal would have been. .around volumes of ,maps ,or tighter .supervision of the .'
\ ected? line color plates. resources of what is potentially '.\

i SINCE MEDIEVAL times( The practice of open access 7FIEU{ i iI a first-rate research ,
k stealing has been the''.helving though admirable in 'library; (despite its chaoticarrangement ,
; ne of librarians and private intent is only! effective in ) are of

I lectors alike.and literature practice'when a,collection has paramount importance., A

t university is as good as its .
library allows it to be if
The .
Independent book prices continue to '

escalate 'at the present rate
Florida ,Alligator one can forsee only increased,

r pilferage ,with a consequent.. i% .
Sh.ilp DraperEntertainment Gary Balanof,I IAstociQt ""g.oM"f s erosion 1'Of library ,resources:',:. )

Editor ,*-Editor, To this extent therefore the r '
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Doug Hatch I heal thyself. ,i '
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hardurn kordom 4 s 125 k waterbed 33[ rebuilt Suzuki 273 for 450 or o good lost or abandoned property recoveredon ralted.fmished from. ass 378-3078 ((0- ROGER CORMAN Pr sents.FElttS',
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LAST chancel Voxson stereo 0powerful Calculator with oil accessories Like auction will be approximately 45 Old English Sheepdogs 3 month old .
pretty perfect. rosewood- new only$83.00 call 376-2313 after 3:00: bicycle, 1 automobile, jewelry, books" ; moles AKC Championship blood line
chrome: $30 headphone included for pm, ask for George. (a-3t-l22-p) clothing, eyeglasses' etc. Property that Bargained priced at $130 378434) (a3M2IP ,,M ,FEDERICO FElliNIProdllcedbFRANCO CRISTALDI
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by rightful owner by 10:00:
P) clutch front compner very fOil 1 NO PASSES OR 730: 930:
o m. on May 1975 will be sold at this
For Sole used drum set, excellent 4 In excellent cond need cosh. $930 call public outcry.All proceed to go to Gator DISCOUNTTlCKmTHIS ATTRACT".
condition, also stereo sound systems 3778319 (o-5t-l22-p)_ Loan fund. (a-4t-i22-c) '
co 629-4006 oft. 6 pm ask about free ",en'. 10 spd bike almoM new. excellent Condominium-Crescent Beach. Probablythe Cinema 4 wJulie
literature and mailing address (a-Si.)19-) condition new tubes and
nicest floor unit North
ground on
Pj) headlight,. asking $73 call 373-5023 ((0- Florida beach. Priced below any appraisedvalue. christie goldie hawn rIA
5 122-p)
twin fin "urfboord 3 ft 2 in $<<>. two ten Call 378-3950 weekday or 378- W
speed bicycles' $35 each 378-5863 after CLEAREST SOUND regretfully mutt sell 2 4688 weekends or night. (o-lO-IM-p) Ro.Rao. warren heattyfrom
S rectillnier III, speaker under
(o-2t-H2-p) warranty. '
ACCOUSTIC GUITAR Harmony, with Perfect n.w-600 asking 299 378-0692 $600 Down, $139 monthly payment foi Columbia Pictures r; 'AI
three bedroom Concrete Block House.Why .
((0-31-123-p) 91x15 A P-B/Vista/ Feature
Was $150, $75 belt offer.
cose now
or .
Coll Rent. 373-8424 or 376-7198.((0-71- -_ ..... ..
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Anytime! (o3tI22p 5:20
SALt Tents, 121-p)
) __ sleeping bags backpacks,
Dorm size refrigerator 1 less than 1 year clothing etc. ALL CAMPING EQUIPMENTON 1968 Mercury Cougar. ,AiAutomCIIlcadloExc.llont 7125 BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
Old.Perfect shape Woodgroin Finish-only. SALE. Allen's Aquatic i Trail Center asking 700 also used 6- 1:30
$73 call/392-8028 oft. 3pm (a:*-'*>-", :3.448W. Unlv Ave 373-9233 (f..123-c) foot Kenmore refrlg: 75.00 call Bill at
397-9663 In award (o-5t-120-p)
TheR.tncamation
nlkkor' 205mm $170 Vivltar :35mm $65
4"10'" PLAN MIKE'SBookstore nikkor 105mm $170 samigon fisheye
$45 sekonic meter $30 mutt tell, or best
Pipes offers call Mike, at 377-4436 (o-5t-120- 400 r
PARENTHOOD Tobacco Shop Pj) -- too of

In1"..natlon & Referrals Downtown Stereo components, 20-40 percent off 8:00
'''S.I.I -,. list, oil major brands available, oil 10:00 Peter Proud Go' .- a9Jno
377-0881 Sot. .. t guaranteed, call Tom Hahn at 372-1460 Mo
between I pm t 9 pm (o-5t-120-p) ti1vs1
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Must Sell Epiphono acoustical guitar
excellent condition, also a Sony reeUoreel
The Chu family Invite you to enjoy recorder In perfect condition. $100
authentic Chinese food at reasonable \ each 377-8705 ((0-21.123.p) 3:30 'It LIVE! ONSTAGE!
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prices, Open for lunch Monday thru t Wedding Bands, t Engagement Rings. 5:30
e Friday 11:30: to 2:30: dinner Monday Traditional or Contemporary design of 7:30
thru Thursday 3:30 to 9:00: p.m., Friday your choice. Handmade for Individual 1:30 2:30-$5.50 Reserved
and Saturday, 5:30 to 10:00: p.m.. :(\ who wont the best. Original work by SUNDAY, MAY 4 7:30-$4.50; Reserved
\BJ South' leading Artists. Matter Gold" _
LUNCH SPECIAL $1.25> Smith and lopldlst. Unconditional Tickets at Box Office & Rebel
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OHINMPtSTAJMNT Ii- 373-3894 ((0-491-105-p)
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DONT MISS ITI!
70MH 2br seprt fr kit cent air on nice lot
in small I prk w-shed, garden, near 3T15 eoesn't Uve
i lound unfurn 4 mile to campus Only 5130 1G at U trsle 4 1
$31,600 373-9516 after 2 (o-5t-130-p) 71AS H ere ,

1720 W. University Ave. 377-4655 AL'EC LANSING speaker I pr 2.10 Inch IGlOO
+ l-3inch.speaker in each oiled walnut Anymore PG 233 West Univ. Ave. 377.3013FTJOiW1;
cabinet high effclency 8 man old new
$323 now $225 373-1106 (a-5l-120-p) -

I CALCULATOR 4 functions, memory,
constant, percent, reciprocal used one
quarter $5000 373-2814 (o-5t-21-p)

Italian lesson, complete home study
cassette player-recorder, cassettes,
books never used was$135. $80 or best
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April
rent paid 50 per mo: Personnel Director, Martin Memorial ,
plus',util.Coll Linda or Caroline at 376- female roommate wanted at Landmark Hospital, P.O. Bin 2396 Stuart, Flo..
3421 (b-10.1 16-p) opt 49. Move in now or May I, $47.00 a 33494 (e-5t-122-cf FATHER SKYMOTHER
SUMMER month + $25.00 deposit. No 1 lease. Call
SUBLET, option to rent foil. I office or come by after 3,00 (b-St-123-p) Public Relations student needed a* EARTH-
bdrm both ,
kitchen lots living S closet Director of Communications for SAM-
space. close campus & med center 378- SON. Involves writing" newsletter t all that is createdis
3078 summit house opt (b-3M2l-p) WANTEDShore brochures, press 4 community relations ,
Apt sublet I bdrm, kitchen, bath, furnished IL submitting PSA's. 8 hour PR credit. related in the
.Optiontor.nt. near 378- bdrm In 2 bdrm. Great opportunity for experience. 392-
OpJk 3555. (b-3l-121-p) campus Apts. pool gas txxbeque.Frederick April Garden rent 1608 (...I23-c) ONE GREAT .SPIRIT.

large 2 br furn apartment available free,$56.25 mo.- + 1.3 Mil.Joe 378-4735 I ____
June I close to campus 808 SW Depot (c-St-122-p)
Ave Tel 378-3396 $200 mo. (b-5t-2l-p! ) male looking for on. or two roomotes'

for rent for summer /,: 2 bdrm for fall quarter rengency oaks 377-061S
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opt w
BIRDS BIRDS BIRDS ask for scott (c-5t-122-p GainesvilleiAegtcao
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shag, cen. oc, pool /i mil' to campus. '
H50-mo. unfurnished call 373.5730 at Wanted pre-professlonal student with
712-301 umv gardens tr (b.3t.122-p, ) good head to share 2bed-2 both opt near
PARAKEETS 7.95 Wonted male or female for Regency vo hospital, this fall 67 + ".utilities/ Gory
COCKATIELS 44.95 Oaks.Apt. Own room 103-mo. + 1.3 or Keith 392-7528 (c-5t-l22-p) REAL MEXICAN
utilities Pool,
sauna tennis court call
Wont male
PEACH FACE LOVEBIRDS 377-1076 Available quiet serious student shore ',
25.00 immediately! b-5t-
(
122. 1 BR opt. at Colonial Manor I block from .
BLACK MASKED LOVEBIRDS 50.00 p) campus Rent 78.00 for fall quarter Call FOOD
Roomate Private room, large house 'Howard 378-0511 AC (e-5t-H9-p)
FINCHES 12.50 n.xllo campus no lease, modern,heel,
2 responsible female roommates for
$75 mo. dishwasher. Immediate
per
GREEN CHEEK PARROT 200.00FINSCH'S occupancy call bill, 392-0305 or 373-6330. next year wanted to shore 2 bedroom Village Square

AMAZON PARROT 175.00 (b.51-119.p)) ... windmeadows opt. 75.00a utilities..
call after 378-1903 ask for Jo Vynn (c- 2409 SW 13th $f\ 3775151i9i
have
bdrm.
PARROTLETS 25.00 own in 2 bdrm. trailer 5M20-P)
located on 1 acre Jot 17 mi well of g'ville
,GOLD CROWNED CONURE 69.95 $55 per mo call glenda 376-4446 8-4 or f
472.2870 after 5 00 female (-fr-llBp| ) |r

female mature or grad student own bd
AND MORE MORE, MORE for privacy w to w shag carpet walk In
closet central air 4ht sun deck on roof
laundry furn I block from campus$90 +
WE'VE ALSO GOT CAGES, BULK '", utilities call 377-7982 (b-5t-120-p)

FOOD'AND OTHER SUPPLIES large 3br,-lux opt cent ocshog, pool
laundry, saunas, $100 security deposit
FOR YOUR FEATHERED FRIENDS. paid sublet through Sept. I 15. 263-mth,
373.9739 (b-5t-l22-p)

one luxury three bedroom opt available
for subletting Plenty of space and many
,. Across other extras Call after 7p.m, at 3732531or
HOII : .
3 378-REEF' MON FRI 10.1 From JM Fields 377.8280 (b-IOt-122-p)
SAT 10. J ROOMMATE WANTED Male or female
2201 NW 13th St.
Sun 1...S share LUXURY two bedroom opt at oak
forest, length of stay 4 price negotiable.
s call 377-2365 (b-5t-119-p)

Only three blocks from campus
...UNIVERSITY ARTS now renting for
summer quarter Special summer
discount rates: Junel6th-Aug. 31st.One
the SUMMERplace bedrooms, 88month. Two bedrooms,
)18'-l38-month) some carpeted. All
furnished Pest Control. Pets allowed'In
selected opts 'Come in soon, before ,it's
SPECIAL too late We have on opt. to suit you.
Air Conditioned. Swimming Pool. You)
can beat the heat but not the price.Coll
376-8990 or come by the office, at 1524
NW 4th Ave. weekday afternoons (b10M19p -
) ,
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Avail Nowlll'
100 acres to lease Huge lake on property
located off Hawthorn. Rd. Only $ISO
per month moll?
3 bdr Homes Walk to UF we presently
have 6 homes all walking distance' to

RESERVE FOR SUMMERBEFORE UFII
United RE Assoc. 377-6992
(b-fr-23p)
MAY 1st Avail Fall Qtr
"Only 6 wks left to look"
AND SAVE. t. Over 30 opts near UF
2. $85 month-all utilities paid
3. 5 bd home-NW section
AFTER APRIL 30tho 4 Duplexes-NW 2 avail.
5. 3 bdr houses-5 available
United, Real Estate Assoc. tF..1pnt.
: Open 9AM.8PM 377-6992
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APARTMENTS ore a DRAGI' own room In
per month new home with a half-acre to play one '
NO lEASEI! or-cond. S W. section. RIng. .

only 25 yards from campus 376-5766 2 bedroom(b-St-Wp, I bath )furnished opt to 1

sublet for summer. Close to campus. .
individual bedrooms Pool, tennis, sauna, central air. 378-5956
after 6pm (b-5t-120-p I ) .
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: / Peggy after 5:00: pm at 373,0022t( leaching Salary averaging $150 $300 Call 373-5606 Thanks. (jl-3l-12l-p) UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS *
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evenings must be obi.to work with boys 22314 (O-w-IIS-p\ ) "
12-14 t hove good trans for more Information Don't smoke good health Future CPA's learn how to for
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lust your CAN YOU HANDLE A CRISIS OR 3:7EVI
Call FIA Times Union 372-4451 the' CPA Exam. BECKER
nowll! I Icon
owoyl Stop smoking help
you EMERGENCY?? learn control
) to gain COURSE Coll collect (305) 522-0009
( -123-p) howl Private appointment. .THEODORE ( ) .
through STEP t a new unique pogrom ((904)) 353-6651), ((305)) 373-2m. ((8131)
REK* 177.7008 after 5 (j-tr-lOB-o)
pm. nun
in survival techniques and emergency 238-2681 (nvsr.H8-p) k vi .
AUTOS WANTED VW Pop Top camper w-oir for 3 preparation offered by the Institute for .
wk Wettern Vacation in June. Will pay the Study of Individual Survival 'Inc. TYPING, EDITING Theses, Disier.totions. -
66 Mercury 428 cu. In. Good tran f..plus you use my cor while I'm gone. FREE public prevu and open house Term Papers, experienced typist,
sportation.$< (gSt-llO-p) meadow Apt,Recreation Building (U'j.5s120.p |
Doing Yoga? Wont to get better at it? ( ) 378-0547 (m.20t.l07-p)_
Wont to learn more Yoga? MICHAEL
TYPING SERVICE
Experienced
GEISON has for HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY typists
time three more
Military Boll Qu..n'sContest Any material. IBM Selecfrlc. 24-hour LEW1SJ.welrytompany
students. Expensive ? Yet, but well AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABItlTYSTUOYINGMIMORYATHLFTICS
worth It. Private lesions only. 378-9609. ml01.ID. ( '
(tl I.5t-121.p) Learn self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald c:. CLASS RINGS

April 29*May 1 50c Ar. you among those who enjoy exploration Prott-Certlfled AAEH (m..4Ot-86-.eL-) .. .PHOTOS QlAMONDSWATCH
Guaranty Federal A passports; resumes and applications
adventure? "If so Guatemala
$11.40
invitations from per
7 10PM p nile Wedding) natural sytle portraits..377-0797 camera REPAIRS
THE BEST PLACE TO SAVE. landscape Expedition offers you a 100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of
Law Confer Aud. chance to visit Tikal', on ancient moyan styles. Cliff Hall Printing 1103 N. Main. work studio 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20-| :zoo W. University Ave.
.' city in the depths of the lunole. Also 376-9951 (l-fr-105-) 91-p) 373-4106
climb o live volcano & bathe h> the .
************************** tprlngsof Fuente Georglnot. LT1S 392. Scuba clawes provided starting. oprll soles,2V service alleqUlpm.nt 0I
8236 or' Prlscilla McCutcheon tours 4180 < I
1 Poinciana Avo Coconut Grove Fl, 33133 i &, ire Car 1 l"tiaWa ((1.51.11 9-p) Wild Trail Center Kingdom 3448 on TV West) Aliens University Aquatic Ave.1 I ALLYOUCANEAT
"Now
accepting applications for mole 373-9233 (M-8T-I03-C) -
conservative summer counselors 4PM.1 OPM
camp
J15SE 12th Street 378-9086 : at Pinewood for boys and girls In Ride a horse at TAll OAKS STABLE $3.00
t Hendersonville, N C. Write P.O. Box on hour miles of trails alto boarding 495- CHICKEN FRENCH FRIES L
*. Any and Everything 4585 Normandy Branch, Miami Beach, 2340 (m-.r-102-p) ,

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*. Triumph Jensen Healy: Datsun 240-260-280Z 'COED'S Sot even facial, 7to9 378-7131 hair removed(|.2ot-IOB-p) '2 18 I' .oJ,. ... ,"", _.

Most parts for British Cars : monently. Coll Edmund Dwyer,p.r.- .11&W,lIftIiv.Ave. Me I00S SW.13 STnoshN.wv.

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Stephens followina touah act UF rJ", s Freeman

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By ANDY Sports COllENAlIIa.tor Writer Stephens GUESS MY injury last excellent job aMinebacker for finishes'' fourth
,
was like a blessing in us.
Williams, ," Stephens said. Stephens shudders when he
UF Gators practicedfor expected to that Ortega and thinks about the frustrationsof
The and Glenn Relays
nearly three hours this have graduated, I last season but the Eustis at Penn
fall
under a torrid have a good shot at fla. native tries to make the
Saturday several devastating on defense." best of any situation. .
Florida sun as prevailed Stephens by no means Will Freeman and' Hesley Bostic provided the only
newcomers on defense .ell' the, thinking "IT WAS ..HARD not individual highlights for_the ,UF track team this weekend
celled jn ,the, :glt4-jp." (' ,'*:tshoesJ"Jv1 about: ? :'filling got to playing but I think 'the experience at the Penn Relays as the duo finished fourth and fifth in
scrimmage. ,:, WHEN to fill my own shoes helped me appreciate their respective events,the pole vault and theJdgh""hurdles.
was able to ," he said. how lucky I am to Freeman cleared 16' and Bostic' clocked a 13.9. The
was with play' relay teams did a bit better though, earning a second,. a
terback Though in Saturday's fourth, and two fifth places. '
helm as been a real learning scrimmage, most of the offensive STEVE GOMEZ, Beaufort Brown, Noel Gray ;and
shooter for me this spring. players didn't feel so Stanley Harris took second place in the college division
long day I learn something lucky as they wished Stephenswas sprint medly 'competition with a timeot 3:21.7.. .
Gaffney play."I This week I've been back'on their side of the The shuttle hurdle relay team of Bostic. Harold Smith.
Darby. hard on reading the, Clive.8ariffe. and Tom Doerr place4 fourth with a time of
1 and dropping back line."I 58.7; while Mike Sharpe, Sheldon Wade. Bostic., and
Y on pass defense. I think I'm going to like Harris clocked a 41.5. for fifth place in,the 440 relay..
Williams I've been doing alright playing defense." Stephenssaid. Brown:Harris, Wade and Bob ,Rambo got ,fifth In the,
I. season on the coaches" haven't "Following Ortega is a 880 relay in I 1:26.5. The mile relay squad did not compete.'
Stephens yet real challenge and 11 think it IN OTHER results Villanova won the distance medley.
after gives me added incentive." competition in a world record time of 9:28.2, '
in a, skiing FACT, THEY'VE done WHEN STEPHENS HADto Tennessee's Pat Davey, the SEC cross' ,country champion ''
the opposite as evidenced pick a number. for this set a ,meet, record in the.si'mile with'.. time ,of
Stephens a recent comment from, season, it seemed appropriatethat 28:03.4.
conference co-ordinator Doug the standout athlete Manhattan's :Tony Colon also set 'a meet record by
before but chose Ortega's number 55. running the college division three mile in 13:24.2.
coaches (Stephens) has had "That number has had a Two of the SECs outstanding sprinters. Cliff Outlin of
talented of the hardest hits I've good tradition at Florida" he Auburn and Tennessee's Reggie Jones, finished in a dead
I- JIMMY STEPHENS a position seen, this spring," I Knots said. "I hope I can keep it heat in the 100 yard dash with identical times of 9.4
chose Ortega's number wanted to "I think he'll do an ufo seconds.




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Monday.April 21, 1975,Page 13




No title. but Gators still giant-killers



By MARK JOHNSON the 900 hot, half naked Gator week for a 1:30: doubleheaderon
Alligator Sports Writer fans in attendance this! Tuesday and a 3:30: single'
weekend, the spoiler's role game on Wednesday.The .
The Gator baseball team was a sweet one indeed. Gators jumped to a
was officially eliminated from "OVERALL WE'RE a quick 2-0 lead in Saturday's
the Southeastern ConferenceSEC better ball club" Fuller said. rubber game on the strengthof
( ) Eastern Division "We. showed this weekend a first-inning Roger Holt
pennant race this weekend. that our pitching ability-wise home run and an RBI singleby
but head coach Dave Fullerwas is good enough. It's just that Joel Murrie in the second.
still able to smile and the bases on balls have hurtus. TENNESSEE'S RICK
with good reason.A ." HONNEYCUTT scored in
9-4 win on Saturday But the challenge has just the fourth when UF second
coming on the heels of a 5-2, begun for the Gators, now 19- 'baseman John Cortese threw
3-5 split on Friday's 18 overall and 5-9 in the SEC. wild to first on what should

doubleheader gave the Gatorsa Second ranked Florida State have been an inningendingdouble V _
2.1 series victory over the who swept a two-game series play but Jim Joiner .v ..f W.a g ysY
this powered a 1-0 curve ball over
first-place Tennessee from UF earlier season
Field this the right field fence in the A
Volunteers. For Fuller and will invade Perry
bottom of the inning to
preserve the two-run margin..
Gators Bean The Gator fifth inning
featured the most outrageous
spectacle in fielding futility at

take tourneyThe Perry. Field this year-maybeever. T

photo by andy newman
UF golf team, led by the play of Gator Andy Bean, Joel Murrie walked second to base open YEAH, WELL HOW MANY ANGERS ON MY HAND, HUH? I
took a two-stroke victory in the Chris Shenkle Invitational the inning stole UF-Vol series
Tournament Sunday. and advanced to third when ,Asst. Coach Jay Bergman appeals to umpire during

Defending NCAA champions Wake Forest was secondin the catcher's throw sailed Holt into tor a 7.1 Gator lead Third seven-inning ,contests on Gators' final run in their 5-2
the, Statesboro, Ga., tourney, followed by North center field. Roger behind baseman Wallace had Friday, Tennessee threatenedto victory.
Carolina State and Georgia Southern. blooped the next pitch another "chance to end the break open a 1.1-1 ball gamein Tennessee took advantageof
UF senior Bean was the individual medalist, but details second base, and Bradshaw center inning on Sammy Rick's the fourth when UF starter a couple shoddy fielding
were sketchy at press time and no scores were available.The fielder Brad the ball to ground ball but his bouncing Craig Pippin loaded the baseson plays to build a 5-0 first
last round of the tournament, one of the top ,charging in allowed for throw to first base was too hot one out on two singles anda inning lead in the second
tourneys in college play, was halted by a 45-minute rain pop out of his glove an to handle as, all hands advanced walk. Another walk forcedin game. With two on and two
delay wIth UF and Wake Forest battling for the lead. RBI double. safely.J.B. a run, but a strike out anda out, Gator third baseman
Latest reports had Bean at three under par with Wake AFTER TWO Caldwlll. then sent a grounder 'back to' the box Bowden allowed a hard-hit
Forest's Curtis Strange in a close second place. 'Strange GROUNDOUTS and a wild sure-out grounder to pitcher ended the inning for Pippin",' grounder to skip by him into
"M the individual NCAA championship last year as a pitch sent Holt to third, Jim John Yarbrough who threw who shut out the Vols the rest left field to score one run and
freshman.On Shulock walked and Terry the ball away for the fifth of the way. put runners at first and
Saturday Bean 'roared to the lead by virtue of a Jones nubbed a grounder to Vols' error of the inning as A David Bowden single", second.
COurse record 63. He stood at 133. two strokes ahead of the left of the mound. Third Joiner scored for a 9-1. Gator scored Sammy Rick to tie the CONDREDGE
Strange, who shot a 67.68.135 in the first tWO rounds. baseman Randy Wallace lead. Tommy West homeredin game in the fifth,. and Jim HOLLOWAY THEN dinked
Wake, Forest jumped out to a ten stroke lead after the fielded the ball cleanly but the Tennessee'sixth'and the ?tShulock followed with a bloop a grounder to the left of the
opening round, but the Gators pulled l to ,within six thanksto threw it wide of first base. Vols added two more in the bunt single.\ Joel Murrie mount which "..Bowdendeflectd.'pasf 'r,.
Bean record breaking effort and a 66 by Phil Hancock. scoring Holt and Shulock and seventh, but the Gators' John cracked a 1.2 fastball for a : shortstop Holt "
Reports said that the,Forest Heights C.C. course was sending Jones to third. Chappell held on for the two-run triple to deep right-
jnder casual water in many areas, and that could take atJyt Jim Joiner followed with a complete game victory. center field, and Bob Zaleski (See.""Baseball,'age 141'
another three hours. 10 complete play. nub single which scored Jones IN THE FIRST OF two singled home Murrie, for the '
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Following the dedication of the James E. "Cy" Puckett gift... .
Tennis Clubhouse the Gator tennis team takes on state rival SUMMER RATES Needlepoint? jnd

,South Florida beginning at 2:30.: ",I $60 'lease ,signed* before; I J "ow r.1 \ Kits 'I .
The clubhouse is named in honor of the late Cy Puckett May '31 Crewel : C,
who was an avid tennis player and fan.
UF brings a 22.2 record into the South Florida match with $"&* lease signed after
their only losses coming at the hands of the nationally ranked May :31 I Give 'em to make'or.

Miami Hurricanes.The FALL RATES make 'em to give..
Gators have three matches '
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'; .. 'f'Wt: j .... "llui ftJf\\\'om' whack; The Lady Gator mile relay I j-eally looked strong, 'and it
team could manage only an combination of Mary really looks good for the
Family Special eighth-place finish this McGroarty, Kay Hooper, : nationals."
weekend in the Becky Boone Cecil Lyn Carter, and Kathy
Relays at Richmond Ken Carroll ran a 4:03.2: for: first The Women's Intercollegiate -
12 ,pieces chicken tucky. but coach Kate Paulos place and a school record. Track and Field
could still savor the taste. of TM REALLY thrilled for National Championships will
i pint-cole slaw victory. them Paulos said. "They be 17.held in Oregon on May 16-


The same group of women
12 rolls UF threedist'ance ran the 440 relay and took
signs
'fourth with a 51.1, also a
school record.
all for only $5.99 -

runners McGROARTY WAS thirdin
I 'the 880 running a 2:02.5.
Chicago State ..University'sTecia
The UF track team has A former teammate of Chemibu captured first
Watch Maharishi & Merv at 4:30: bolstered its distance corps Vaughn at Gewiston, Bount with a 2:15 time.
with the singings of two high will be used primarily in,the
school athletes and one junior three and six-mile distances. Diane Poole took fourth
college transfer. Blount recently placed secondin place in the 100-meter
Harry Vaughn of Clewiston the National Indoor Junior hurdles for the Gators with a
High School, and Cliff Betts College two-mile with a 15.3 time and teammate
,of Ft. Myers High, will join clocking of 8:59.0. In 'addition Heidi Hertz,was right on her
the Gators next fall as fresh- he placed fifth in the heels with a fifth place 15.4
man competitors in the mile National JC Cross Country finish.
two-mile and cross country Championships at Eugene,
competition. Poole also took a sixth
THE OTHER ADDITIONis Ore.At the recent Florida place finish in the 400 meter
Robert Blount of Lake City Relays Blount won the open hurdles with a time of I 1:13.2.
Community College. division section of the three-
mile competition with ,a Although Carter finished
Intramurals 14090. 11th for UF in the 220, her
VAUGHN IS A state class '26.5 time was good enough to
The most extraordinary show I've ever done! Men/ Griffin her for the nationals.
2A cross country and two- qualify
Today is the deadline for mile champion from 1974,
Itcil lectures on trcscendentsl meditititns will beheld tt:
signing up for Women's and won the 1975 Florida The Gators' Linda Black-
Independent Racquetball. Division I two-mile fourth in
Relays the
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Y ; '' '. Room H-61' swimming by Tuesday. Betts has dominated class her best this year. Tennessee's
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cross country competitionthe Abby won the event
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1 lues. April ,9Iflternftiontl Today is, the deadline for Myers. He won the mile and

signing up -tor. the ,All- the two-mile state cham- Michigan State took the
Meditation Society 371-2742, 372-7550 University 1 Badminton pionships in 1974 and the 3A team title with 70 points.
Tournament. There will be cross country crown last fall. Tennessee State finished
five events: Women's He took firsts in the two-mile second with 64 and Ohio
THE ALLIGATOR Doubles. 'Women's Singles and mile events at the Florida State finished third with 45.
,Men's Doubles, Men's Relays this year in Division II. ,The Lady Gators compiled 31
Singles, and Mixed Doubles. His best times are a 4:15: mile- points for their eighth-placel)
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